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Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - December 13, 1967, Benton Harbor, Michigan PAGE THIRTY-FOUR THE NEWS PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR, MICH. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1967 Concerned Demos Ask Fair Selection Full Consideration Should Given All Candidates LANSING (AP) The Michigan Conference of Concerned Democrats today asked for "open and fail- procedures" in selection of a new state party chairman, but declined to endorse a candidate. "We are extremely concerned that many party leaders and some district and county com- mittees have endorsed candi- dates for this oflice without giving full consideration to al ternative candidates who might TO DUCHY: George J. Feldman, 63, of New York, who served as envoy to Malta, now is the U.S. ambas- sador to Luxembourg. He succeeds Patricia R. Harris who resigned. also wish tho said James Pino, chairman of the Conference. "We feel that it would be a great tragedy if the new chair- man were lo assume office un- der a cloud of bitterness be- cause all Democrats were not given proper opportunity to make their views he added. Pino, who also is Clinton County Democratic Chairman, said the Conference asks that the state central committee and its officers use party organs to ask for grass roots feeling and publicly ask any and all per- sons interested in the chairman- ship lo come forward. The state central committee will meet Sunday at Michigan Slate University to pick a suc- cessor to Zolton Ferency, who announced his resignation last month in the wake of a party fur- or over his refusal to support enomination of president John- son. State Sen. Sander Levin of Berkley and former State Rep. ?loyd Mattheeussen of Benton Harbor have announced they ,vill seek the post. Yemen Is Quiet SAN'A, Yemen (AP) Ye- men's gray mountaintop capital was firmly in Republican con- trol today and from no quarter was there any sound of Royalist gunfire. COLOR Worst Motorist Meets Violent End Detroiter Shot, Killed In Gambling Argument LANSING (AP) Secretary of State James the man in charge of trying to keep bad drivers off Michigan's1 highways, is closing the file on one of the worst motorists in state. The by Hare only as a 36-year-old was shot and killed last month while attempting to collect an unpaid gambling debt, the sec- retary said. Hare said a survey of the De- troit man's driving record dis- closed: license had been re- yoked until 1994 because of traf- fice offenses and driving while revoked. owed because of two collisions he had been involved in. had been convicted of 47 SPY WEDDING: Robert Gulp, star of TV's "I and his bride, actress France Nuyen, pose for photos follow- ing their wedding in Beverly Hills, Calif. This is the second wedding for Miss Nuycn and third for Cnlp. New Troy Junior High Honor Roll NEW TROY. The secon weeks honor roll for th River Valley junior high sclioo has been announced as follow by David L. Burdctte, princ pal: Seventh grade: Debbie Oltlen burg (all Dennis Hak Marcia HarJcrt, Wayne Hcrr man, Sandra King, Wend Lindquist, Nancy Longfellow James Martin, Jacalyn Mike Larry Priest, Edward Smith Jane Trapp and Judy William Eighth grade: Richard Brcy Ronald Crltzer, Karen Karbi sicky, Wendy MacLeod, Brend Miller, Doris Miller, Palric! Nichols, Robert Schiller, Susa Shirley and Ann Worster. noving violations between Au- ust, 1958, and July, 1967, induci- ng five reckless driving convic- ons since January, 1965. the two years before his eath, he had accumulated 45 iolation points (12 points in two ears are grounds for suspen- [on of the driving served at least 235 days n jail and paid at least in nes and costs because of traf- c convictions. used six aliases and rove autos registered to other ersons in order to stay on the oad despite his record. The man, Hare said, is an I xtreme example of the incor-j igible driver who is not ade- uately regulated by existing I tale laws. Hare repeated his call for laws esigned to insure that ticketed Irivers appear in court on j chcdule and that persons with' revoked or suspended licenses cannot drive. The "Illinois re- ected by the legislature earlier his year, would help, Hare said, t would allow a policeman is- iuing a ticket to confiscate the notorist's license and issue lim a temporary driving per- mit good only until Ills court date. tlare also called for ,a system similar to Oregon's, under which i person convicted of driving while his license was suspended or revoked would have his auto confiscated. The secretary said at least 40 per cent of revoked Michigan motorists are continuing to driv le .added some 200.000 (Irivers currently are ignoring traffic tickets. Part Of Fisher Freeway Opens DETROIT (AP) A ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday marked the opening of the first section of Fisher Freeway and the 400th mile of freeway in the metropolitan Detroit area. The 4.3 mile Fisher Freeway will cost a total of million. This includes the million Rouge River Bridge, the costliest single project ever built by the State Highway Department. 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