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   Herald Press, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1954, Saint Joseph, Michigan                               Stores Open Tonight Until 9 p. m. THE HERALD-PRESS "REACHES THE HOMES BERRIEN COUNTY" FOURTEEN PAGES FINAL EDITION Fill Wire ST. JOSEPH, MICH., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1954. MtBkfr Aitll eiriBtatlM Weather Cool Umlfht. Fair Saturday. Hfefc hi the past 14 WM M at p. m Thursday. Lew wai 41 at I a. m. today. PRICE FIVE CENTS INDOCHINA CRISIS GRAVE Hear Appeal For Federal Erosion Aid Dogs Getting Smarter; Trap Dog Catcher In One-Way Street Trick CLEVELAND June 4 (AP) Stray dogs getting smait all at once to one-way stieets die get- ting the laugh on dog catchers Dog Warden Al Rhoden says Ihe pooches decoy a catchers truck a one-way street and then double back on him The catcher cant wheel his truck around to Claim 'No Marketable continue the chase and Rhoden CONGRESSIONAL GROUPS TOLD US-12 PERILED bays the dogs seem to know it The> usually stop running then he explained and just sit down and grin at us Value' For Lake Shore Lands Mrs Lolita Lcbron. 34. Andres Flgueroa Cordcro, 29. CONLIN BLASTS SALES TAX PLAN Says Proposed Reversion Would Benefit Detroit School System An appeal bv St Joseph interests foi aid to conquer extensive erosion damige being ciused bv huh witers of Lake Michigan was todiv under consideration by con- gTtssionil authorities The apped was formally entered into contressionil icroids at two committee hearings vestwday m Washington Rcpiesented at, the hearing was a St Joseph delegation that includ- ed Maniger Leland Hill; Chamber of Commerce Secretary Don Stewart Ralph Phelps local realtor William Hanlev Louis Pat- ton and Parnell Dwan Lake Shore property owners and Attv Irving Rodriguez, 27 Rafael Cancel Miranda, 25 POSSIBLE 125-YEAR are the four Puerto Rican nationalists on trial m federal court Wash- ington on charge growing out of a (runfire attack in the House of Representatives last March 1 Each Jaces five charges of assault to kill and assault with a deadh weapon with penalties totaling a posdiblr 125 lach Five congressmen were struck bv bullets fired from the (tallerv (International 'China Doll' To Get Diploma With Class PITTSBURGH June 4 iAP> name for it but the simple expUm- Bettv SneafTti met lie r classnii es Uon ls lh u lir[ iymcs Un ible Lo time w hi n Hv JACK I ORFFN June 4 AP) Rep fir ve Rollo G Conlm iRTptoni iutho' Leo HnfYmin of Allegan counsel for of the Conlm plan to revise the sal- i'i issociition of property owners es tax divers o'l amendment todav seikinf, erosion aid jblis ed a nval proposal sponsored Attending the hearings as rep- bj the Michigan Committee for resentitives of the state were Chief i Better Schools Deputv Hifhwiv Commissioner Conlm said the rival pi ui was G-eoige Postei Deputy Attorney drafted by outside expeits under General Aithur Iverson and Dale the guidance of the Detroit boird Gringer of the water resources com- of commerce and Detioit industrial- mission isf- He implied it was loaded to Members of the local and state give the metropolitan area a finan- delegation retained home last night cml over n ost Reluctant Hearing school ci strict1- The St Joseph delegation won a 'I lie 1T54 legiM u Conlm plan on the lot iftei a tuo-veir LIONS STAGE WORKING Joseph Lions club members staged an old-fashion- ed working bee Thursday afternoon at Lions Park beach, formerly known as Waterworks Park beach, painting a nil repairing equipment and tidying up the grounds for the summer season A fine turn- out of 43 members, under the direction of Don TeRoller and Leon Lande, co-chairmen of the club's civic improvement committee, painted picnic tables, grills and plavground equipment, replaced sand at the footings of equipment, cleaned up the park and poured cement for the base for the the fireplace at the shelter house In addition to TeRoller and Lande, Richard Driesnach. Dr Robert Kerr, Carl Ristau and Harold Schwoebel served on the committee. Wives of club members, including Mrs Lan- de, Mrs Kerr Mrs Ristau, Mrs TeRoller, Mrs Driesnach, Mrs Schwoebel, Mrs. Martin Kasischke, Mrs Cleo Wevbnght and Mrs John Lindenfeld, prepared a delicious ham dinner, which was served at the shelter house Barnej Schwerdt, superintendent of the city parks department, and his crew assisted the club members in the project Members of the club are shown above after completion of the work detail (Herald-Presg photo SAYS SECURITY OF U. S, ASIA IS ENDANGERED Secretary Urges Congress Give Ike More Freedom To Meet Threat Red Diplomat Arouses Ire Of Lapeer Sheriff Niles Set To Name New Mayor Tonight NILES June special session of the city council will be held here tonight to select a successor to the LAPEER June 4 The case identified himself as second secre- Mavor pu -rhoma it wa' uluctan' hcarng from "a hou-e against Istv an Tormi 29. -emameu tarv to Communist Hungary s le- announrpd tfldav public woiks subcommittee vester- on the books todav but it wasn t gation in Washington Tllc dav morning likelj to go any furthei Wuh Torma and the two other Holding the  had sPent thelr IKE'S HOUSING BILL ADVANCES For Conference After Senate Victory WASHINGTON June 4 (AP) President Eisenhowei s housing program frebh from overwhelming victory in the senate wis ready todav, foi a -house confeience in which public housing was the chief point in dispute Tht, senatois late shout- D chaiged all thiee with being drunk and riisoiderly in their car Taken into Justice Court Torma SUN GENERATOR MAY RUNHOMES Solar Unit Able Hart paid respective fines and costs C....1' L. of ?110 and They were freed LOHVert dUnllgtlt But Torma wisnt and a court To Fjprtririfv hemng was set for him for today i-icci.iii.ii.jr Cime then the telephone calls from W lshington-and Torma s re- BALTIMORE June 4 leise, with Sheriff Gregory looking alr announced today develop- down his nose mcnt of a solar generator which doesn t extend to La- could convprt county' hoH enough energy to run a home WASHINGTON June 4 (AP) Secretary of State Dulles told con- gress today the military situation in Indochina is grave, but by no means hopeless He made the statement before the senate foreign relations committee in supporting President Eisenhow- ers proposed new 3'2 billion dollar foreign aid program Dulles urged that congress allow the president flexibility' m spending the funds to enable him to act quickly and decisively" in meeting the Communist threat traught With Dangers The situation in Indochina, he said, 'is fraught with danger not only to the immediate area but to I the security of the United Spates and its allies in the Pacific area The area is one which is vital to the peaxe and safety of the United States Communist China has been sup- pljing to the Vietmmh an ever- increabing volume of munitions and military supplies There is also evi- dence that Soviet arms have been supplied, in increasing quantities to the Communist in Indochina. The (Communist) plan is not only to take over Indochina but dommite all of Southeast Asia At the outset of today s hearing. Chairman Wiley (R-Wis) announc- ed the committee would make a thorough review of the internation- al situation and past economic and military aid before approving the new request Allies Face Crisis Not since 1950, when the Com- munists Invaded South Korea, haa the United States and its allies fac- ed such a crisis as confronts us to- day Wiley said The legislation before the com- mittee simply authorizes the pro- gram Actual funds would have t-9 be supplied later Wiley pointed out that congress voted last year to end all foreign aid spending authority this year and added. We intend to go over all aspecta of the (foreign aid) program from start to finish to determine what portion should be continued, what should be eliminated where the emphasis should be changed, and what, if anything we should be the sheriff had said eirher sober here the same as citizens Diplomats have to keep a" and command said the new generator Gov Will ams said as he evolved through research conducted Crov Williams said as lar a.s he bj c Reynolds and Lt Col was personally concerned Torma could have stayed in jail He would have been given a fur hearing in is moie Amencans they Jalled Gerard M Leies at the Wright air development center neai Dayton Ohio 1 Senators are concerned not only with what we can afford to do from the standpoint of our domestio economy, but also with what we must we cannot afford not to do from the standpoint of out national defense IAP DIET HIT BY WO RIOT than the Hungarian Reds APnl 2o Bel1 Telephone Coly _ A Americans they jailed on unvelled a iolai batteiy which con- lOSlUda 10 futuie Under the MCBS pioposal rnom y to come heie and should ed ipproval of the oveial housing trumped up charges William said sunlight into electricity not be asked to return Gaiden June 11 is under mvestiga- M'CARTHY OK'S PHONE TALKS Permits Use Of Monitored Calls With Army For Hearings WASHINGTON June 4 (AP) Sen McCaithy todav agred to pei- mit use in the McCai thy-army hearings of his monitored tele- phone calls with aimy officials McCarthy and Aimy Counsel Jo- N Welch agreed that all monitored telephone- calls between Pentagon officials and senators, In- cluding McCarthy, should go into the public record Welch and McCarthy further agreed that efforts should be aban- doned to make public calls Involv- ing other key figures in the dis- between administration officials only, and calls involving Roy M Cohn and Francis P Carr, aides to McCarthy McCarthy and Welch had a con- ference outside the hearing room returned to announce their understanding President1! Ban Welch said the hearings subcom- mittee should recognize the "ines- capable fact" that disclosure of calls within the administration is barred by President Elsenhower's directive forbidding testimony on conferences between administra- tion He said it also should recognize McCarthy rms taken the consistent etind that if these calls are not tec arCAETHY. no comment Jones leached at his hotel by the Associated Press expressed sur- prise at the icport I know nothing about it the California fighter said Mv man- ager Bob Melmck showed it to me in the paper Nothing like that ever happen- ed Melmck himself said he didn t know anything about it quihtfv for as much state aid mem- Colli? Hoffman has introduced a ey as they now receive and the sur-lbl11 ln congress to set aside federal plus would be reallocited among funds to compensate property own- the richer districts f" foi riosion losses and to help The legislature then he sud will stites effect adequate control meas- be forced to appiopiiate extia mon- ey to those hard-pi essed Conlm chaiged the intioduction Cong Hoffman contended at the j of the new plan will onlv confuse moinmg hearing that a federal! egislation p-oviding liberalised gov- In a statement the governor add- SIllcon transistors Light einment-msuiLd ciedit for home ed buyeis a stepped-up slum cleai-j Of course the state department striking razor thin stnps of silicon creates a flow of electric current in ance piogiam md new safeguards, the attoinev generals office and atoms ln tne strips aimed at pieventing any future the piosecutor had no choice but Both the Bell deuce and the air abuses in government-aided hous- to honor this mans diplomatic im- foice generator aie capable of stor- laim Federal Problem the voters and lead to defeat of his plan Jy a 66-16 count the only roll- au vote on the complex measure problem was involved because the like water was eating away mumtv. 'We operate under a system of law in this country And we cer- tainly don t I ve been here eight davs tiaining MCBS aigument that theii plan will foi this fight Nobody has approach- i save the statL money It will foict ed me with unv offer Coium reported the fix attempt had been given bv Hogan to Robert Chiistenberry chanman of the New York state athletic commis- sion Coium said in his story in the Journal Amencin Two men contacted on sep- arate> ocia-sions in his loom in the Plymouth hotel early this week, it was learned The fighter said he never saw either of the would-be bnbeis be- fore, and ordered them out of his room Jones advised his eastern repre- sentative, Bob Melmck of the fix attempt Melmck immediately noti- fied the international boxing club promoters of the Garden fights The details were reported to Chris- tenoerry The fight not immediately cancelled According to Corum, Jones told the commissioner the first bribe attempt came on Monday when a man came to his room and him if he "would like to make a haul Then Corum said, the fighter gave the commissioner these addl- 1 details en the visitor revealed the nature of the offer, Jonrs told him lo Scram but pronto The fighter He denied what he said was tht. tin bluff in tht Shoreham section of St Joseph and threatening four- 1 me US-12 an important federal highwav linking Michigan with Chicago City Mamger Hi" Chamber of Comerce Secretary Stewart and William Hanlev property owner greatei legislative grants to poor school districts he said and only reduce the contributions of tht richer distiicti Capitol sources said it was under- stood the leadership of the state described the erosion situation in CIO had agiecd to back the rival detail Realtor Phelps testified erosion See EROSION. Pafe 10 plan in retuin for a commitment to limit the sales tax to three cents Elks To Hold Fla3 Day Observance On June 13 The annual Flag day and Ameri- canization program, sponsored by the St Joseph Bks lodge No 541 will be held Sunday, June 13, it was announced today by Alfred Ulrich exalted ruler of the lodge A parade, with twin city veterans and civic organizations in the line of march, will start at 2 p m to display our loyalty to our flag and to the new citizens of our great US A Ulrich said He added "It is our wish that as many representatives of each organ- isation as possible may take part in this program and citizens of the community are invited to the activi- ties of the afternoon Veterans organizations will mass In case of rain the ceremony will colors and banners at Em and State sts The parade will proceed down State to Pleasant st, turn left on Pleasant st to the band shell at Lake Front park Dan Da IT, parade marshal, said all organizations are to line up for briefing at 1 45 p m Ulrich said the speaker for the1 Fried chicken Stevcnsville Meth- will be announced shortly be held in the Elks temple Members of the committee in- clude Ulrich, Darr, Robert Katz Ray Hayes Mike Mueller, Whit Davie-s, Roy Cress, Tom Sparks Mike Oagliardo and Leon Lande units at jeais out to give the Com- mium sulfide a yellow powder em- any excuse for fresh re- ployed as a pigment in the manu- taliition against Americans abroad facture of paint Down Lawmakers After Crisis, Brawl TOKYO June 4 (AP) Political turmoil following last nights wild not in the Japanese diet threatened today to force further postpone- Cadmium Sulflde I ment of Prime Minister Shigeru The air force generator uses cad- Yoshida s world tour mg up energy taken from the sun o the order of county Yoshida. worked tevenshly to smooth a crisis resulting from the brawl which ended only after 200 form The air force said a waf- I cutor George D Lutz acting on m- er-thm slab of the ciystal four Ihe house version contains no Utructions from the attorney gen- feet by fifteen feet would supply such provision public housing hav-lerals office in Lansing ing been i ejected there bv a vote of 211-176 enough current to take care of a house Vacation with entire family at Col Leies and Reynolds said pre- Chanman Capehirt (R-Ind) of beautiful Long lake New modern used failed to the senile-house conference com- 1 cottages Write for folders Mr and mittee to woik out a compromise Mrs John Bedalow, Walhalla, Mich bill would stait a week from todav, Adv predicted in an interview that the joint group would okay at least some Dancing Sat nights and Sun at operate an electric clock public housing and that the house Sun music by Noveliers The resistance factor, diet chamber There seemed little chance that the 75-year-old prime minister would leave Sunday on a w-orld tour which already has been post- poned once There was speculation that the provide enough current to be practi- trip would be postponed a ra' '01 perhaps until next fall The pilot model supplies a Foregm Minister Katsuo Okazaki of one quarter of a volt and can sald Yoshida definitely will not would accept it Bridgman, US-12 Adv which Michigan Bell Phone Wages Negotiations In llth Hoar Stage Enterprise Cleaners. WA 6-6905 would have a limiting effect on the leave oefore this domestic matter is solved It is difficult to predict how long amount of current produced was the tnp wul be ne not discussed in the initial an- negotiations for Michigan Bell s 16 000 unionized workers entered the crucial eleventh hour stage today With a week s extension on their contract expiring at midnight to- night, the company and the CIO Communications Workers union re- resumed negotiations in an effort to reach a settlement Another virtual 'round-the-clock session ended Thursday midnight without an agreement Earlier, 'progress" had reported The union has demanded a wHge increase figure publicly Adv nouncement The slab capable of supplying the Treat Mom to Sunday dinner at power needs of a house could either Holly s Adv rest on the roof or be built into it the ARDC announcement said The crystal in the first model is about the size of a sugar cube Better cottons from Dress Outlet, o'pen 9To 8 Find Christmas Tree Ornament In Lung Of Baby After S Months Adv i "Attached to opposite sides of the PHEONIX. Ariz. Jnne 4 (AP) It has not stated ortiM church All vou can eat Sat Sweet Adelines rummage Mid ht thought it WM ft gig- j "Once again it U time for all of us June ft, 6.30-7.30 and 76c. Adv.18-4. Owan Hotel. Adv. Lane. Beauty Salon now open Ph YU 3-2728 for appointment Adv Starting June 7, Harveys will oprn at 5 p m instead of 12 noon Adv Maternities from 1295 crystal are electrodes, or terminals A wire running from the positive electrode to a motor or battery and back to the negative electrode forms the circuit That simple device is the solar the air force said The amount of current depends Adv upon the area of the electrode at- WII1 open June 5th. Patio Barbe- que in Stevensvllle, Adv Eitels pattrles nold at Cindyland Adv BMrtt Mid M Camtyland Adv. tached to the crystal The experl mental model area was an eighth of inch square and produced a third of a volt The potential of cadmium sulflde was detected by the two air force men while collecting data for a pro- gram of crystal study instituted 67 U. COL ftualey J. Little Johnny Pellets trouble be- gan under the Christmas tree fire months ago when he grabbed an apple from his sister. Kathy Kathy graobed it back Johnny sucked in his breath to protest, and choked HLi father patted him on the back and out popped an apple seed. But tht 10-month-old youngsUr couldn't stop wheezing He devel- oped alergles and pneumonia, Hfc condition grew worse. Yesterday doctors slipped a tuM with a light OB it Into Johnnf! lungs They imiOteO a imaU, cone- shaped Chrtstmu trrc Now (Mb AM. SPAPFRf   

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