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Huron Daily Plainsman (Newspaper) - October 21, 1964, Huron, South Dakota Page two the daily plainsman Huron South Dakota wednesday. October 21, 1964 Central South Dakota hospitals Huron St. Johns Hospital. Sister m Otto Ceuta administrator. Visit Iii hours 1 30 to 8 30 admitted surgical. Mrs. In Jan j. Brunken Huron. A logical mrs. Larry Brandenburg St. Lawrence Delbert pack mrs. Merle Marshall tack Milner miss Sandra wait. Surge j. Weber. Mrs. Galen Fainer Robert Power. Patrick att All of Huron mrs. Don Price Hitchcock mrs. Bijj Struckmeyer Frankfort James r. Moncur Miller. Discharged Andrew to Ltd. Webster Douglas Wade Ufi brr. Miss Kathryn Matthews. Jack Smith Charlesr Ston Holly m. Ward Alloi a fron mrs. Edwin Slaigh Wessington Richard c. Thompson Asellina mrs. David z. Wolf go fun. Iroquois. Wirths or. And mrs. Larry Andenburg St., Lawrence a a. Oct. 20. A Jweied recovery with walkers Flowers adv Pierre St. Mary a Hospital. Sister m Vivian. Administrator. Visi ung j 4 . Engel. Mrs. Raymond Naber both of Miller. Discharged none. Births or. And mrs. Ray mond Nabor Miller son oct. 19. Onida Onida Community Hospital. Orville riven is administrator visiting hours 2 to 4 ., 7 to 9 . Admitted Todd Beckett Harrold mrs. Janet Cha in Ber lain Onida Otto albertus Blunt. Discharged none. Redfield Community memorial Hospital. Horace e. Atkin adminis Istratov. Visiting hours 2 30 to 4 Admitted Martin Wiesler Mabel Mallory Lester Eins Pahr Ella Woodward All of Redfield. Discharged none. Wessington Springs Jerauld county memorial Hospital. Gerald c. Olson admin clout fallout insignificant cd across u. Washington apr no j significant fallout was deposited on the United states As most of the radioactive Cloud from red i China s nuclear test floated i across the american Mainland and out to sea the weather Bureau reports. It said tuesday night that a j Lack of rainfall was helpful i rain in the path of the Cloud might have brought some of the j radioactivity to Earth. I even if predicted rain had not 1 held off. Except in Northern new 1 England atomic Energy commission scientists said fallout from last Friday s a flow yield test had not been expected to cause any undue health Hazard in the United states. Or. Lester Machta chief fallout specialist for the weather i Bureau said some fallout debris from the chinese test would continue to move across the j United states for about another week at Levels lower than the 30,-000 feet at which the major portion of the Cloud travelled. Or. Machta indicated the radioactivity at these lower a a i ii amp Beadle electric re elects the Board of directors of Beadle electric cooperative re elected their officers at the re organizational meeting tuesday their first meeting since the annual meeting when directors were re elected. Returned to office were George Wieting vice president Kenneth Diek Hoff treasurer Virgil Gilbert president and Edward Fritzsche Secretary All seated. Standing Are the other directors l. Clendening Otto Krapf. Lloyd t. Hill sr., Adam f. Reinschmidt and Sam m. Tschetter. Manager of the Rural electric is Lloyd Hollister. Plainsman photo hours 9 30 . To 8 30 Admitted Delbert Mage Ili Presho Gordon Koch it Pierre mrs. Ralph lied Matin Hayes mrs. Sam manic Belvidere mrs. Philip Eckert Okaton mrs. Howard Clark Gettysburg mrs. Harold Smith Vivian David Peck Harrold. Discharged Ronald Mills mrs. Melvin Michaelson mrs. Leonard Green Donald Eagle mrs. Robert Smith Lloyd Mclaughlin All of Pierre Larry Hamblin mrs. Russell Kemery both of it. Pierre mrs. Melvin slim he Highmore mrs Orval Allen Wanblee. Births or. And mrs. Gaylord Norman Hayes daughter oct 20 or. And mrs. Howard Clark Gettysburg daughter jct. 20. De S.E. do S.E. memorial Hospital. Mrs. Harriet Albrecht administrator. Visiting hours 2 to 4 p in. And 7 to 9 Admitted mrs. Hubert Kazmerzak Erwin Eugene Werner Carthage. Discharged none. Faulkton Faulk county memorial nos Ciui. Miss Veronica Goebel and Migrator. Visiting hours 2 30 to Levels is usually much less than at the High Levels. He said that admitted mrs. Letha at although some of it May be a i Kinson mrs. Mina Thomas j detected by ground stations the amounts of fallout would be less than they would have been had the a a hotter Cloud been washed Down by rain. Man Blunt mrs. John Vollmer 0f Storla Home Rod Rob Dan Ulrich David Russell mrs j erts Woonsocket Larry Olson Lorene Buck All of Pierre j Larry speck Sharon Maxwell Oliver Byrum Agar Pete no 0f Wessington Springs Deb House fire jumps 12 feet damages 2 residences Here picture Page five fire caused an estimated no one was injured. Ross said mrs. Stout was downstairs with 1 Orah Arpan it. Thompson. I discharged James for i Sythe Illinois Terri Davis Chamberlain Paul dancer Vir j Gil mrs. Donald shallot Plank Inton mrs. John Naser Gann Valley Leonard Swanson i Woonsocket Larry Olson Wes Sington Springs Peter Mikkleson Robert Long both of Wes a Sington Springs Academy. 8 Driver Roll car on old Highway 14 v j Martin l. Morningstar 1428 Kansas ave. N. E., sustained minor injuries when the car he was driving rolled North of the driveway to the Valley gardens on old Highway 14 East of Huron Early this morning. Police estimated $450 damage to his car. A two car collision tuesday resulted in $150 damage to the car driven by Eunice e. Denney. 1331 Campbell drive s. W. The car driven by Mark a. Bezenek 1120 Idaho ave. E., burglars get $5 in Coin Iii 2 thefts two burglaries on the East Side of Huron tuesday netted burglars about $5 in Nickels i at 730 Illinois ave. W. And and dimes reports sheriff m 51 000 damage to the houses $16,700 damage to the Maurice one of her six children sleeping Stout and e. R. Seim residences upstairs when the fire started. In Southwest Huron tuesday aft also Home wore or. And mrs. Vernoon. According to fire chief Seim according to Ross. Seim Ellis Ross. Ross estimated $7,800 damage 0 the exterior of the Stout House at 718 Illinois ave. A. Owned by mrs. A. W. Peters 772 Dakota ave. S., and $5,8001 stouts Home followed leaves damage to the houses contents under the porch and the houses he estimated $2,100 damage to exterior paint to the South Side. Said he was talking with a neighbor on the front porch when he discovered the fire. The fire started under the porch on the North Side of will Bear it the 30 Miles to West ii Oover continued from Page one Pani ment. Organ music will be Coolidge j played instead. Admittance will i be by invitation Only. On Friday morning hoovers body will travel by train to Washington there to lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda. The president plans to be station for the arrival. At 10 30 . Sunday the casket will be taken to National Airport for a flight to Cedar rapids. From there a cortege the exterior of the Seim House r Scheibe. Glass doors were broken and contents. Although both Homes were of opened from the inside at the copied at the time of the fires. Builders Cash Way lumber co. Where it a very rapidly went up the pillar underneath the roof of the porch. Ross said. The fire continued up the Branch Iowa. At 10 30 . Sunday the casket will be taken to National on a Grassy Knoll overlooking the two room Cabin where Hoover was born graveside services Are scheduled for 2 40 In 1928, Hoover was elected president defeating Democrat Alfred e. Smith in a bitterly fought Campaign. Seven months after his Ina Gration the nation plunged into at Union the or at depression for this. The Public blamed Hoover Quot a1 though his defenders said no Man could have withstood the Adverse tide that engulfed him. Breadline grew the nations factories fell Idle and unemployment hunger and fear gripped the land. Against this grim background Franklin d. Roosevelt had Little m. J. Twigs funeral thursday Doland a Michael j. Twiss. 77, president of the Security state Bank since 1927, died suddenly monday afternoon in Aberdeen of a heart attack. Rosary will be recited at 8 30 Wednesday at the Coleman funeral Chapel Redfield. Requiem mass will be celebrated at la a in. Thursday at St. Josephus Catholic Church with the Rev. Noel Power officiating. Burial will be in the Greenlawn cemetery Redfield. Active pallbearers Are h. Ray Wood Redfield George w. Kluts Walter Slofer Jerry Rueschenberg Berwyn Janies and r. W. Levson. All of Poland honorary pallbearers Are Fred Kitzman Norman Lockwood Willard Doty. Harold Kline. Leo Herr Cliff Bell George Erps Albert Kitter Nian All of Doland Lloyd Riddle Ray mond Earl Bartch Condo and a. S Avery Huron. Twiss was born May 8, 1887, to or. And mrs. Frank Twiss Early pioneers of the Athol area. He was married to Kila Croft. He managed Hanks in Ashton Athol Garretson and was associated with the South Dakota state banking department for scleral years. He opened the Security state Bank Doland in 1927 and continued As president until the time of his death. He was a past member of the Board of directors of the banker a association a Secretary treasurer of the South Dakota Benevolence society insurance company a member of St. Joseph s Catholic Church and an Active civic worker. Survivors include his widow one son Gordon Doland one daughter Patricia mrs. George Manolis Huron seven grandchildren three Brothers. Nor Harlington and Edney distributing co. East of Huron. The sheriff said an unlocked Safe and desk doors were ransacked and $2 taken from an open Cash Register at the lumber company. At the distributing company a pop machine was forced open the lock to an inner office was broken and drawers and an unlocked Safe were ransacked. The sheriff burglars got about $3 in dimes from the pop machine a in both cases a the sheriff noted a the damage far exceeds what was he estimated $50 damage to the distributing company but said no �?oadmitted1mscrarg ed0 i a stained s75 damage in the ac-1 estimate was made at the Admi i old discharged. A Dent happening at the inter slim her my Nav none. Gettysburg Gettysburg memorial Hosp Section of fourth Street and Nebraska Avenue s. W. A hit and run Accident this morning caused $25 damage to we Lister m. Cyrilia def and the car owned by Eleanor huf by Strator. Visiting hours 2 to j Smith Sioux Falls. The Accident 3 30 3dm1 sue. Lumber company. Investigation into the crimes believed to have been commit de by the same party is continuing the sheriff said. Watertown gives first Reading to to proposal Watertown a an ordinance which would Grant a non exclusive 20-year Community Antenna television franchise to mid continent broadcasting co., Sioux Falls was Given first Reading tuesday night by the Watertown City Council. Mayor Tom Roby said drafting of the ordinance followed meetings by the councils finance committee with interested parties last week. The cat proposal was first offered in Watertown two years ago by Texas interests but no action was taken at that time. The mid continent proposal South Side of the House and ex-1 Cost. A list of 365 friends exploded a w window causing ex-1 leagues government leaders and Tensive damage to the Interior associates has been invited. Of the Home. A the fire literally i details were worked out More jumped 12 feet Between the t than a year ago. Stout and Seim Homes a Ross finally surrounded on three other was William Howard Taft trouble defeating Hoover in 1932, to begin the Era of the new i Athol Earl Deal and 20 years of demo Tex a. Lvov do a Jam Beach Quot and cratic control of the White two Sisters Mary mrs. A a House. Hoover was Only the second president of the Century to be Defeated after one term. The j in Herman and Nellie mrs. John dutch both of Aberdeen. He was preceded in death by one son and one brother. Explained. The North Side of sides by Evergreen Trees amid Seims Home was blackened and com Fields seared by autumn. A window burst sending flames hoovers body will be consigned into a study room damaging Walls furniture and carpeting. Firemen used the City a 1,000 gallon per minute pumper and ladder truck in extinguishing to his native soil. From California to lie beside him in eternity who later became chief Justice of the United states. Taft swore hic til i s kit ii Hoover in As president. Whatever bitterness he bore with him from the White House win come the body of his wife Hoover concealed. He had Little married in 1899. The hoovers use for the Roosevelt adminis saturday for la. C. Michel 77 had two sons. Herbert jr., and flames which crept under the Alan Henry Hoover who were overhanging edges of the roof with their father when he died requiring firemen to tear off beginning at noon sunday All part of the roof to get at the Militar installations will fire flames. The eight room Stout Resi Donee was damaged in the Liv ing room bedrooms and entryway from smoke and fire. Both Homes Are reportedly covered by fire Durance. 21-gun salutes to the former president. That evening after flags come Down the guns will Kitchen Salute Hoover 50 times once for water each state in the Union. American flags around the have been at half staff by direction of president Johnson the Stout Home was formerly since shortly after Hoover s last summer1 owned by Thad Oviatt a past 1 death. . 7 to 8 30 ., Chil a occurred at the parking lot be-m1tted discharged Hind 445 Colorado ave. W. J. P. La her Redfield Pioneer Dies monday Redfield a John Peter Lutter. A Pioneer of Redfield died monday evening in t h e Community memorial Hospital. Rosary will be recited at 8 Wednesday at the Coleman funeral Chapel. Requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 a in. Thursday at St. Bernard a Catholic Church with the Rev. Leonard Stanton officiating. Burial will be in St. Bernard a Ceme Tery. Pallbearers Are John Rocher de Apple. Leo jandel Doug Stemper Ben Lutter Mike Lutter Francis jandel Bernard Pfister and John Anderson. Lutter was born Jan. 8, 1882. In Redfield he was married to Mary Grunski and they Farmed until he retired. Survivors include his widow three sons. John Zell James. Redfield Donald rapid City five daughters Mary Anna mrs. Ted Feldsien Hitchcock Margaret mrs. George Nielson St. Lawrence Rose mrs. Al supports upholding plan of legislature by the associated press speaker of the state House representatives. Of the 1964 South Dakota Legisla Ture to reduce the Drain on the compensation Trust fund. The association s Board of directors wont on record endorsing a a a yes vote on referred Law number two which refers the decision of the legislature to a vote of the people in the general election nov. 3. The South Dakota Council of producers. Business and Industry earlier made the same announcement. Johnson continued from Page one i Louis mo., and Kansas City grandson Dies where he plans a Hospital visit i Lake Preston a Quot a Kingsburg county memorial 3lospilal. Miss Vernoica Murphy administrator. Visiting a 2 to 5 And 7 to 4nf 7 to 8 30 Admitted mrs. Axel Jen sen Lake Preston. Discharged Ora Rick Lek it it Preston mrs. George flints Arlington. Miller Quot Fiand county memorial Hospital. Miss Thelma Francis administrator. Visiting hours 2 to 9 Admitted Timothy Soh Luchter Orient so p h i e Brown continued from Page one the Fried for the expansion of College facilities. �?4. Conservation i support continuation of programs aimed at conservation of our natural resources and will work to conserve every drop of water in the West River for intelligent irrigation municipal and recreational uses. I will work for an expanded of Loq control and water use program in the Cheyenne Basin and give particular concern to flood control programs already under study in the Northern Hills of support present policies to a dictate water pollution from of livers and streams and will import adequate electric Powers allocations from Missouri Oil re main S.E. dams throughout his congressional District. A-5. My opponents Vot ing record a i feel justified Iii making the voting record of 2$ opponent a primary Issue ta.-. Use i want the constituency rot know How i would have voted by it engross had i been Privi-1 juries received in a traffic act son rides in a motorcade from was presented simultaneously in Watertown. Sioux Falls Huron Aberdeen and Pierre. Huron has approved a License although referendum of that action since has been also approx second Reading and action the greater South Dakota As Jon the mid continent ordinance 205 Montana ave. died Socia Tion today announced its is expected at the Council s j tuesday afternoon at St. Johns support in upholding action of regular nov. 2 meeting. Mrs. Mckichan a sked. Pierre Dies tuesday mrs. A 30-Day period of mourning was decreed by Johnson who declared a we have lost a Wise american and the world has lost a humanitarian citizen of All Mankind. He lived a full and useful life and we Are All deep a. Mckichan. 42. Of by in his debt a among tributes pouring in with news of hoovers passing were particularly poignant ones from the two men who now Are the Only living former american traction. But after world War ii. Hoover became at president Truman a request the head of a commission to seek Economy through governmental reorganization. He headed a followup Campaign along these lines for1 Gry. President Eisenhower and is credited with saving the nation at least $3 billion a year. In 1962. Hoover health began to fail. An operation for abdominal cancer was followed by anaemia sieges of internal bleeding a Artesian a the funeral service for h. C. Michel 77, who died sunday at Phoenix Ariz. Will be held saturday at the methodist Church. Burial will be in the Howard Cern a former resident of Miner and Sanborn counties Michel lived at Artesian 35 years. He Farmed and was in the Tieking business. He had lived in Arizona the past three years. Survivors include his former Irene Beal two kidney Haemorrhage d3ughters mrs Wayne olm. And respiratory infections. Be s de Huron mrs Wilbur Horst the past 17 months he had been Scottsdale. Aria. One son confined to his Waldorf towers Robert a a a Wichita Quot Kay six suite. Hoovers a Long ill Hospital following Ness. I survivors include her Hus i _ _ band. Eugene two Sone Don presidents Democrat Harry chamber Board hears cat plan. N. N v. Mid continent broadcasting Huron two Brothers and four co. Representatives explained Sisters. Ald. Marshall minn., and Dean s. Truman and final illness abruptly last saturday with a j massive Haemorrhage of stomach and intestinal area 1 poisons invaded his bloodstream As his organs failed and his heart began to falter. His personal physician or i Michael j. Leforc. Announced Republican hoovers death with a Brief grandchildren and one brother began i Edward in California. The Willoughby funeral h10 Home Howard announced arrangements. Quot visible unrest follows ouster the company a proposal to in stall Cable television facilities will announce arrangements in Huron to the Huron chamber j which Are incomplete. Of Comerce Board of directors tuesday. No position on the matter will be taken by the chamber said manager Leroy Barton. He said his organization welcomes a variety of businesses to Huron. Truman 80, is recovering in athe welter funeral Home j Kansas City Hospital from injun j extend time to oct. 26 for slides the time has been extended1 to monday oct. 26, for securing historical slides of Bea-1 die county. Either or All of the 1 three units with script Are i available from mrs. Mildred to former president Harry s. J Walter Anderson rapid City residents reword of the a weeks ago he wanted to drop in i death of their seven year old on Truman one afternoon but i grandson. The boy son of or Oldham a or. And mrs. I Jones 1120 Kansas ave. S.e., Truman. Johnson told newsmen former Oldham a few i gently received 2-5915. That was before the former president suffered two fractured ribs and cuts in a fall. To it i the president had planned to Phonse Ruehe Keystone Vir 1, ,. 1 do a a 1 so to St. Louis later in the week. Gima mrs. Louis Perry Moun Tain View Calif. Ramona mrs. Lloyd Hansen Redfield two Brothers Peter Redfield. A a. _ n a a 1 Herbert Hoover who died tues Wenzel Valentine neb. And a flax in non verb i Ehnenn o in i the White House said he had revised his schedule to respects to former president and mrs Krausnick. Died at Costa Mesa Calif., following surgery. Berry continued from Page one South Dakota where by Good Orcade through South Philadel Goldwater continued from Page one nation at the Republican naj tonal convention will introduce the arizonan at a rally tonight i in Philadelphia. Coldwater also has speeches scheduled at West Chester and upper Darby and plans a to sister. Mary Kohle a cud i in a w it Quot k. Jhnson so so eliminated political appear ances scheduled thursday in Memphis tenn., and Baltimore. Instead on that Day he plans to attend a family service for Hoover at new Yorkus St. Bartholomew a protestant episcopal Church. Friday afternoon the president will be at Washington a Union station when the late presidents body arrives in the capital from new York. On his first Stop today John one Worth Sas Canada. He was preceded in death by one daughter two Sisters and one brother. Californian Dies of Road injuries Chamberlain apr a Whittier Calif., Man Lester Hendrick. 40, died today in a Chamberlain Hospital of in so to do so. Jerry voted against Rea in Felesta on 31 our of 50 occasions. I would not have done so. He has voted against the administration position in major legislation on All but three occasions including the wheat-6�tton Bill the tax Cut the Hill tit eliminate poverty and five proposals regarding Aid to education and the food and agriculture act of 1962. I would have supported each of these proposals. I consider the interests of Dakota to be substantial Lynn affected by each of his Nega votes. Cadent monday on . 16 near Kennebec. Hendricks wife and two children remain in the Chamberlain Hospital. The California Many a death raised the South Dakota traffic i toll for the year to 222. Three More than for All of last year. The toll at this Tim. A year ago was 161. Mrs. Anna i to for succumbs tuesday mrs. Anna Holer 86. Of lib erty township died tuesday Al 9 30 . At St. Johns Hospital. The Aaseth funeral Home will announce arrangements which Are incomplete. The Akron Canton Airport to memorial Hall of the University of Akron for a speech shortly before noon. Next Stop Kansas City to visit Truman. He plans to be there an hour and a half. Instead of returning directly to Washington As he had originally planned Johnson flies to Scott air Force base Belleville j 111. He travels the 25 Miles from j there to East St. Louis by to i Orcade. After a Short speech to a rally there Johnson flies to St. Louis i for a speech at the War memo i rial and a motorcade through i downtown St. Louis. Then he flies Back to Washington. Management there is no state debt. Parents Are worrying about their savings meant for their children and for their own retirement. They Are beginning to compare the devaluation of the Dollar and the inflation Here with Germany after world War i. -5. Foreign policy our foreign policy is weak and a dilating. South Dakotas Are sick to death of russian missiles within 90 Miles of our Shore of a russian training base in Cuba where upwards of 1,500 from the american states Are an phia. At 10 30 Edt he will speak to the nation via the Abc-1 to network on recent International developments. After the networks and the Federal communications commission turned Down gop de-1 finest principles mands for free time to match j for which our country stands a Ries suffered in a recent fall. He wired hoovers sons a i was deeply saddened by the passing of your father. He was my Good Friend and i was his. President Hoover w As a devoted Public servant and he will be forever remembered for his great humanitarian from Gettysburg pa., Eisenhower 74, issued a statement which said in part a the has by his great service earned the gratitude of America and the entire free world. Everywhere he was known As a Friend of humanity. Mrs. Eisenhower and i join the nation in grieving for the loss of a Man who has meant so much to the Republic and to whom we gave our deep affection and sen. Barry Coldwater. Republican presidential candidate called hoovers death a profound loss to the american people and to the cause of i divid j Ual Freedom and dignity j throughout the world. Finest qualities a Herbert Hoover embodies and came to symbolize the and qualities message he had written on hotel of stationary. It read a president Hoover oct. 20, 1964, time 11 35 .�?� the time Given president John son sunday night the republicans bought time on Abc. Coldwater spoke briefly on foreign policy tuesday night in an off the cuff speech to Republican Campaign workers in a Baltimore hotel. He said that with the ouster of soviet Premier Khrushchev the dually trained in sabotage re-1 United states faces a tougher Volt and revolution and Assassin communist bloc which is Likely nation of presidents a particu-1 to behave More like the Beilig Early when even the United Erent red chinese and the late states president has not been i soviet dictator Josef Stalin. Spared. South Dakotas the War in Viet Nam where two South Dakotas have already been killed on the Issue of pressing the atomic Button. South Dakotas realize that neither Johnson nor Coldwater would press the Button which would create a holocaust. Most americans Are interested in which Man can Best prevent the communists from pushing the Button. 1 he demanded the United Are sick of states take a tougher line in its foreign policy and he attacked Coldwater said in a statement. Hoover served in world War i As organizer for americans mass Relief of starving europeans. A the fed More people and saved More lives than any other Man in history a Ned Macneil hoovers close Friend and Long associate said after the death of the Man whom associates called a the chief a an accolade dating Back to the grim Days when Hoover Suc cored stricken Belgium and other War ravaged nations. Son of a Small town Blacksmith. Orphaned at the age of the Johnson administration for 8. And no stranger to poverty what he called a the insane policy of strengthening an enemy who has vowed to Bury Oes potluck All masons and stars Are invited to the Oes potluck dinner Friday at 6 30 At the masonic Temple. Bring a covered dish. There is no charge. Hoover amassed a Fortune estimated at $6 million As a Young mining Engineer. International attention his world War i activities brought him International attention and he entered politics in 1921 As Secretary of Commerce successively under presidents Warren g. Harding and Calvin Highway continued from Page one out of their although you will find no designation signs along the route the 13. Mile gravel stretch since has been known throughout the area As Hoover Highway. Quot it was quite a sight a Pierce recalls a some too or More Farmers armed with picks shovels and just about every other Type of hand equipment putting that Road together. Anyone passing by during the course of construction surely might have mistaken the Motley Crew for a russian work since the program was designed to provide employment for Farmers no mechanical equipment was used Pierce said. A i done to believe there Are As Many horses in Beadle county today As we had at work on that Highway Job a he added. The Highway project was a virtual life Saver for Farmers who during the depression Era were having difficulty obtaining sufficient food to sustain their families. The Highway aside from maintenance never has been altered from its original gravel surfacing and is one of the most heavily travelled routes in Beadle county aside from the hard surfaced state and Federal routes. Pierce left his Beadle county Highway superintendency and served As Huron City Engineer from 1935 to 1945 when he went to Aberdeen. There he served from 1945 to 1949 As City Engineer and As City manager during the Short time that City had a managerial form of government. The Pierce family returned to Huron in 1949 and Pierce organized the engineering firm of Pierce and Harris of which he currently is the senior partner. Berlin apr considerable unrest in the East German communist party ranks Over the fall of Nikita Khrushchev was reported from East German today. Khrushchev a Fate sparked a a Lively discussion in a meeting j of party functionaries and officials of the mass organizations j said a party communique. An unofficial Western Intclli-1gence Agency also reported that j party propagandists were hav ing a hard time answering the Tough questions in unruly discussion groups. Information Bureau West said its East German sources reported a visible unrest Over Khrushchev a fall among the Middle and lower ranks of the communist party. Sun blinds Driver car hits Bridge a car driven by Henry e. Voss Davenport Iowa sustained $550 damage after it hit a Bridge 15 Miles Northeast of Huron on the Lake Byron Road tuesday. Deputy sheriff Marvin Yegge said the Accident happened about 5 45 p. In. After Voss had turned the Corner and was blinded by the Sun. He was not injured. A Deer was killed about 8 15 p. In. Tuesday night when it was hit by a car driven by Edwin Bendewald 605 Nebraska ave. W. Deputy sheriff Marvin Yegge said the Accident occurred 13 Miles North of Huron on High Way 37 and estimated $125 damage to the car. Five Day Outlook five Day Outlook for the period thursday through monday temperatures will average near Normal in the East and four to six degrees above Normal West. Normal highs North Dakota 51 to 55, South Dakota 55 to 61. Normal lows North Dakota 29 to 33, South Dakota 32 to 35. Cooler Early in the period Brief warming Early in the weekend. Cooler again the first of next week. No precipitation of consequence is expected

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