Clipped From The Daily Plainsman
: raiDAY, APRIL 20, 1934 Three Sentenced In Federal Court Punishment Is Meted Out To Portland Man And Two Indians At Aberdeen ABERDEEN, April 20.-(ffO-At the _ conclusion of Â« brief term of ^V"-court here yesterday. Judge A. Lee man sentenced three men and granted j continuances in several cases, ach Chester Miller, Portland. Ore., was sentenced to two aad one-half years in Ixiavenworth penitentiary for violation unEBS of the Dyer act; Benjamin Red Bear, Peever Indian, will serve six months in ~ ,, V i c *-*fiis.\, rv 111, Â«n. _ _ _ , , _ _ _ _ _ i Ernie Li'htfoot, Dupree, was ordered to pay a fine of 51,600 for Â· possession of ' Jiquor on a "" O.rence reservation. Guy, Mar^.11 county, charged with receiving and concealing! stolen federal property, was granted continuance. He is an alleged ally ofiS e ^ r ^-' n Cyril Wooldridge, who is now serving a term at Leavenworth for burglarizing the - Wahpeton, N. D., irmory. Guy is said to have cached six ,45 caliber automatic pistols and four Browning machine guns, stolen from the armory,'Smith, in the hills near his home. ,Stahly, Several liquor cases, involving sale Indians, were continued over the term.