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The Daily Plainsman from Huron, South Dakota • Page 12

Huron, South Dakota
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PAGE TWELVE THE DAILY PLAINSMAN. HURON THU-RSDAlf, 21, B47 Hunting Proposals Eyed PIERRE, Aug. 21 (JP) --Game, Fish and Parks Commission members today continued their deliberations of 1947 hunting regulations after listening to lengthy recommendations yesterday spokesmen for sports organizations. Much of the commission's first day was taken up by men from the Sportsmen's Clubs, Incorporated, whose president, Ray Mobridge, suggested that of the slump in pheasant population the season should be 30 to 45 days with bag limits of three to five birds and not more than two daily bags in possession. He suggested that nonresidents be limited to shipping 15 birds Travis said also that West River members favored placing the daily opening hour at Central Standard time over the entire state becauso residents bordering the Mountain Time zone were discriminated against.

Walt Willis, Lead, urged that if an open season on doe deer be prescribed, it be separate from the regular deer season. W. H. Pringle of the Izaak Walton League legislative committee said he would go before the commission to oppose any shooting of does. Others in the delegation from the Sportsmen's group included Walt Nouset, Sioux Falls; Clarence Fox, Mitchell; Arthur Helmer, Deadwood; Charles Ice and Gale Hurd, Spearfish.

A Portrait Of A Summertime Tragedy Shaken with sorrow, Mrs. Woodrow Young seeks comfort in the arms of her husband, while rescue crews search the waters of Lealman Lake, near St. Petersburg, tor the body of her 12-year-old daughter, Mary. The father tried vainly to find the girl, but gave up when his strength was exhausted. Later rescue workers found the drowned body.

TEMPERATURES Highest one year ago today Lowest one year ago today Highest on record this date Lowest on record this date PRECIPITATION Total for this month to date Normal for month to date 2.0l| Total for this year to date 12.08 7a sh Normal for this year to date 16.19 Sunrise 5 a.m. Sunset 7:29 p.m. WEATHER FORECASTS I SOUTH DAKOTA Clear to; partly cloudy today and tonight with scattered th'undershowersj late this afternoon and Continued hot today. High today; 95 to 105: low tonight 65 to Friday partly cloudy with scattered" showers and thunderstorms. Slightly cooler in west portion.

HURON--Clear to partly cloudy today, tonight and Friday with some shower possibilities tonight. No important temperature change. DATA SURROUNDING STATIONS Hi Lo Pre. Bismarck, N. D.

92 68 Chicago, 111. 98 73 Des Moines, la. 100 74 Huron, city 97 73 Huron, airport 98 74 Kansas City. Mo 100 78 New Orleans. La.

37 73 Omaha, Neb. 99 77 Pittsburgh, Pa. 91 68 Watertown 93 71 Pierre 105 81 Lemrnon 99 64 Mobridge 98 73 Chadron. Neb. 100 72 Sioux Citv, la.

101 73 Valentine. Neb. 100 77 Sheridan. Wyo. 93 60 Miles City.

Mont. 97 69 Yankton 102 78 Sioux Falls 98 77 Madison 95 70 Mitchell 99 70 Rapid City 94 63 Spearfish 95 63 Philip 103 76 Aberdeen 98 76 .00 Cavour Station Robbed Of $90 Two armed thugs held up an. ittendant at the East Side Ser- rice Station in Cavour about 5 Wednesday, and made away vith approximately $90 in bills. Beadle Count? Deputy Sheriff 1. J.

Anderson said today that he attendant, Patrick Timothy, lad filled UP the bandits' car with 'as and oil and served them with andwiches before the stick-up. "When they approached the ash Anderson said.j one of them had a gun and told' 'This is a stick-up'." Then le ordered him to open the cash egister and they scooped up all he paper money. Anderson added that the pair eft hurriedly and drove east on S. Highway 14 a car with license plates. Timothy was alone at the time the holdup but the thugs were sen to leave the gas station by a ian fixing a car across the street Mother And Infant tilled In Bathtub SALT LAKE CITY, Aug.

21 (JP) Bartender Fined For Discrimination MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 21. (UP) A Minneapolis bartender late yesterday pleaded guilty to denying equality in a public place and was fined $100 in district court. The bartender, Joseph Jacob, changed his plea from innocent to guilty in connection with charges of serving two Negroes liquor at the cost of $5 a shot. Previously, Jacob had pleaded innocent and was scheduled to come up for trial in September.

The bartender was charged after John Williams, editor of the Milwaukee Globe, and James Wardlaw, executive secretary of Minneapolis urban league, both Negroes, complained of the price boost. S. D. SHOWERS END SIOUX FALLS, Aug. 21.

howery weather that earlier this week eased the drought situation Eastern South Dakota appear- at an end today, the Weather Sureau said. In the 24-hour period nded this morning, there were nly two reported instances of jrecipitation, .02 of an inch at Watertown and a trace at Hu- Miller Youth Is Given Sentence MILLER, Aug. (Special)-A Miller youth, ordered not to drive for one year by Huron Municipal Judge C. N. Hall, on June 2, was serving a 30-day sentence in Hand County jail today for Sriving a car without license plates on Aug.

17. The youth, Harold Davis, was also charged with reckless driving and bound over to circuit court for trial at the time of his sentencing at Miller, by Justice G. Mohr, Monday. "Although I have not yet prepared the charge, Davis will also be tried for violating the 'no driving' order of the Huron judge -probably at the same time he faces the reckless driving charge," Hand County State's Attorney Paul Burke said today. In June, Davis pleaded guilty before Judge Hall to charges of drunken driving.

Hall ordered him to pay a $60 fine and ordered the one-year driving suspension. Monday, Justice Mohr levied a $100 fine against Davis, besides the 30-day county jail sentence Nebraska Town Swept By Fire LEXINGTON, Aug. 21. (UP)--A spectacular fire, believed to be of incendiary origin, nearly wiped out the entire business district of Lexington early today. Before the blaze was brought under control at 4:30 a.

m. it de-! stroyed a lumber vard, nine buildings, damaged two others, and; left the principal business block Ion Washington Street with only three buildings ctanding. Lloyd Kain, publisher of the i Lexington Clipper, told the Unit-' ed Press he believed the fire "was set." Kain said the blaze was discovered about midnight in the office of the Rosenberg Lumber Com- panv by Manager W. Hirsch, who had "iust returned from the lake." Ho quoted Hirsch as saying that six fires were blazing simultaneously in the building, and that the till, which was open and also was afire. Before Hirsch could put out fires, he saw a blaze start in the lumber yard.

It spread quickly and destroyed four lumber company buildings, the Evans Ladies' Wear Shop, Stewart Drug Store, Wisda Hardware Company. Baseball Headquarters Smoke Shop, and the Platte Valley Products Company, alfalfa dehydrators. The Dawson County Motor Company and the Ayres men's fur- inishings store were damaged. The motor company building had no cars in it. Nearly Loses Life Trying To Save Dog ROUBAIX, S.

Aug. 21. (UP) --Little Johnny Helitor grieved for his dog today, unconcerned that he nearly lost his life attempting to save his dog. Johny, 7, and his dog wererid- ing the in his father's truck when dog started to jump off. Johnny reached out to grab him.

and they both rolled off into the path of another car. The dog was killed, but Johnny only was cut and bruised. A fish would suffocate if placed in boiled or distilled water. CALIFORNIA VISITOR BRYANT. Aug.

21--Bertha Halt of Long Beach. is visiting at the homes of Frank Sauder and at the Roy Shepherd home. She is a sister of Frank and Dan Sauder and Mrs. Mary Stearns. The tulip was first known to grow wild in Persian fields.

AUGUST SAVINGS on 22-year-old mother and her 14 months old daughter were killed when a small table model apparently fell or was pulled .001 accidentally into a bath tub in which the two were bathing last .00 .00 .00 night. Dr. Clarence R. Openshaw, Salt City physician, said Mrs. Waagen was electrocut- while the baby possibly died from a combination of drowning and electrocution.

.00. Many narcissus blooms have a narcotic effect when their fra- is inhaled and the name itself is the Greek word for a nn sleep-producing drug. .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 For Sale 1941 FORD JEEP Good condition, good rubber, fop and sides. Don Hoskins--Phone 730 Huron temperature 8 a. m.

80 3HYANT SCHOOLS TO REOPEN SEPT. 16 BRYANT. Aug. 21--Announcement was made at the regular meeting of the board of educa- tten that the Bryant schools will reopen Sept. 16.

CONNECT EQUIPMENT BRYANT, Aug. 21 Larson Brothers have been connecting the equipment at Dick's Dairy preparatory to the opening of the new pasteurizing plant. Sales People Wanted For Full and Part Time Employment- Experience Not Necessary Preferred Ages 20 to 35 If Interested see us for an Interview or Call 3014 for Information QJADEITE AUTO LOANS We Finance or make Loans on New or Used Automobiles. Trucks, Tractors and Household Furniture and Appliances See Us Before Buying! Northwest Finance Company B. A.

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