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FIVE SENTENCES ARE
PASSED SAT. MORNING
In the U. S. District Court at
Nome Saturday, Judge J. H. S.
Morison passed sentence on six
defendants whose pleas of guilty
were entered to indictments last
week returned by the Grand
Jury.
Charley Jack was sentenced to
the penitentiary for a period of
five years for larceny in a ware
house.
Joe Bill and John Kivik were
both sentenced to five years in
the penitentiary for larceny in a
dwelling at night.
Bill Kanyak received a senten
, ce of 15 years for rape.
Wm. Blakely was sentenced to
I two years for illegal cohabita
i tion.
Gertrude Nungasaruk received
a three months sentence in the
federal jail for a like offense.
Discussing the crimes of the
first four, Judge Morison promis
ed that should they return here
and become involved in any sim
ilar offenses following their pri
son terms, he would see to it
that they stood prosecution und
er the “habitual criminal” statute
which was enacted by the 1939
Legislature of the Territory of
Alaska.
Winners of Nome minute pools
included the following: Geo. Bon
ney, twTo pools; Herman John
>n, Lloyd Heberlee, and Mrs. A1
vin Polet.
Arrivals via Mirow Air Ser
vice tri-motored Stinson from An
chorsge Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Lee, Richard Lee
Jr., Alan Lee, Frank Lorenz, and
two others. Additional passengers
were expected to arrive Nome
from there sometime today.
j Dredge operators in the Solo
i mon River section, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee and their two sons Richard I
and Allan arrived by plane from 1
Anchorage, Sunday, after spend- j
ing several months in the states1
during the winter.
Richard Lee Jr. is a candidate
on the Democratic ticket for the
House of Representatives. They;
have additional plans for further1
operation of their two dredges in
the Solomon River section during
the coming year.
Barney Belleview, of the Belle
view Bros, dredging operation on,
the Inmachuk River was a return
ing passenger by plane from An
chorage after spending the win
ter in the States. He expects to
go north to Deering as soon as
completing business here.
Departing Saturday for their
homes at Kotzebue and Shung
nak after attending court at
Nome were the following: De
puty Marshal B. W. Neily, Tom
Berryman and Annie Lee, the
later returning to her home at
Shungnak. They appeared as wit
nesses before the Grand Jury last
week.
Paterson Hotel Arrivals

Angeline Davidovics
Annie Davidovics
Don E. West
j Wm. R. Macumber
C. H. Evern
Mrs. C.yde Glass and daughter.
BRAINS, TOO —A very
big job has 25-year-old Monica
Dickens (above) for she’s the
great granddaughter of Novelist
Charles Dickens and she. too,
has chosen a literary career. The
{ tall, willowy Miss Dickens hopes
! to live up to the famous name.
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Airplane News
A special passenger trip was
made yesterday by the PAA El
ectra. Passengers were Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Leech. Jack Ander
son, Barney Belleview, Cy Ri
dont, Anton Malde, and E. My
nitti.
The PAA mail plane arrived
Nome from Fairbanks about 1 p.
m. this afternoon, the plane car
ried 25 pouches of mail but no
[ passengers and will return to
Fairbanks tomorrom morning at
7 a.m.
MIROW ACTIVITIES
Pilot Jack Jefford, who arriv
ed Nome Sunday afternoon in
the MAS tri-motor Stinson with
a load of passengers from Anchor j
age, flew nearly 800 miles in the!
j fast time of five hours exactly.
; said Manager E. E. Roberts of'
the Mirow Air Service.
! Passengers were: Gus Johnson.;
; Don West, Frank Lorenz, Bill!*
Macomber, Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Lee, Richard Lee, and Allan Lee.
Dut to fog in Rainy Pass and
Broad Pass he had to fly nearly
to Nanana, in line with Anchor
age and Fairbanks, and then east
ward to Nome. On the easterly
flight, a 60-mile-per-hour wind
helped him through. The flight
was made non-stop.
Pilot Jefford left Nome at 2:45
a.m. today and arrived at An
chonage in the tri-motor at 7:45
a.m. Aeeordingto the Mirow' Air
Service, pilot Sasseen thei> fuel-1
ed the big ship, loaded in the pas
sengers and took off for Nome,
arriving about 3 p.m. today.
Passengers were: Luke Munz,
Jack Thomas, Henry Wurman,
Mr. and Mrs. Andre, Frances
Markus, Ralph Smih and three
others names unkown.
Pilot Sasseen will leave for
Anchorage early tomorrow morn
ing.
Pilot Chambers made a trip to
Unakleet and brought in three
passengers for Nome, John Mitch
ell, George Gemalis, Clement
Bahr, and Frank Roberts, all
from Unalakleet and Ungalik.!
Keith Victor wras also brought in
for hospitalization at the May
nard Columibus hospital.
A trip is scheduled for Council
and Golovin this afternoon or .
early tomorrow morning.
A trip will be made to Unal-|
akleet Wednesday morning with
the mail and some passengers,
names unknown.
WIEN ACTIVITIES
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April 20-—Pilot Whaley made a!
flight to Teller, Wales, and Shish!
maref. . Passengers on the trip
were Mr. Clark and Mr. Folger,'
round trip to Teller; Mr. Crutch
er, Teller to Wales; Mr. Russell
Teller to Shishmaref.
Immediately upon returning to I
Nome a load of freight was taken .
to Bluff.
April 21 — Two trips were
made north with freight for Cof
fee Creek, Fox Bar, and Taylor.
Jim Holland and Ralph Mayber
ry were passengers for Coffee
Creek.
A flight was made to Golovin
and Council with freight. Mrs. j
Clyde Glass and daughter were|
brought to Nome on the return'
trip from Council and Charles;
Blatchford from Golovin.
A trip is scheduled for Golo
vin and Council this afternoon -
with freight and Mrs. Geo. Fol
ger.
Herman Lerdahl arrived Nome
this afternoon from Fairbanks
in the Hamilton plane with the
following passengers:* Sam Tag
gart, Mark Craddick, and Mr. j
Lesikainen.
Arriving via Northern Cross
plane from Kotzebue anl Deering
Sunday morning were Angeline
and Annie Davidovics, daughters 5
of Paul Davidovics, well known j
Kotzebue road house operator. ■<
The first regular meeting of the 2
recently elected Nome City Coun
cil and Mayor will be held this
evening at 8:30 at the city hall. 1
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