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Herald Press, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1962, Saint Joseph, Michigan The Herald-Press e Saturday, Sept. 1, 1942 Memorial Hospital St. Orlffin, 1220 Guernsey ct.; Richard Kaatz 915 Pine St.; Ervln Vick, 406 Lake st. Benton An- derson, 532 Forest ave.: Vernon Isgren. 470 Gary ave.; James Cooley. 2455 Virginia. Berrien Springs George Houseworth, x. Leona John- ion: John Hcttlinger, route 1. Butts, route J. Page, route Births St. girl weighing 7 pounds, 10 li ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Leahy. 512 Klngsley ave., n-lday at a.m. Benton boy weigh- ing 6 pounds, W.i ounces was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams Jr., 169 Hlgman Park, Fit day at p.m. A boy weighing 1 pounds, ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Downey, 12000 East Downey, 1200 East Empire ave., Friday at p.m. Bcrricn girl weigh- ing 7 pounds, 11 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Nestle. 109 Third st., Friday at a.m. Sawyer A boy weighing 7 pounds, 14 was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Livcngood, route 1, Friday at a.m. St. Fred Knight and boy, 932 Wisconsin nve.: Mrs. Dale Jewell and girl. 903 Church St.: Mrs. Gunter Bochm. 518 Hilltop rd.; Donald Pullins, 830 Myrtle; Diana Thompson. 616'} Pine st.: Mark Pnrren, 810 State st. Benton Harbor Mrs. Roose- velt McConncll and boy, 430 High St.: Mrs. Everett E. Little and boy 2065 Taylor; Mrs. Wil- liam Tisricl: Earl Dechcrt. 1657 Reeder; Horace Doan Jr. 1C98 Glencoe dr.; Robert WycoH. 409 Park st. Gaul. Berrlen Alan Ash- er.ift. 2608 Willo dr. Bridsman Nurnii Eric Kolk. Luke si. Beldcn C. For- bush. route 2. Box 477; Benjamin Huff, route 2; Richard Kesterke, route 4. Flortina Granke. Stcvensvllle Lulu Smith route 2. Nancy Murk. Mo- bile Homes. Chicago. Roht- er, 1258 North Central nvc. I LAKESHORE STUDENTS 300 students have enrolled this week, and a sharp enrollment increase is indicated. Left to right are Marilyn Newman, Dawn Zeiger, Linda Miller, Tammy Ott, Ron Butcher, Miss Janke, assisting secre- tary, Stanley Sacha and Ted Katabach. In back row is Jon Dixon. Behind the coun- ter, left, Mrs. Foune, principal's secretary, and Pat Evans, superintendent's secre- tary. On Wednesday, Sept. 5, only junior high and elementary students come to school for half a high from to and elementary, from 9 to 11. Thursday, Sept. 6, all students report for a full day of and sen- ior high from to elementary from 9 to Three Trinity Teachers To Be Installed Sunday MISS JOYCE HEYER Bypasses Gaylord GAYLORD i.fi Interstate 75 was opened the eight miles to Vandcrnllt Friday, permitting through traffic to by-pass Gay- lord's mnln street for the flrsl lime In many yenrs. NIlM Avenue OS 11 rtirKn thi Chicken Nook and the Uptown Drug Three new teachers will be dded to the faculty of Trinity Lutheran school at a special nstallntlon nnd consecration scr- Icc on Sunday. Sept. 2. at the :15 a.m. service. With the addition of Miss oyce Hover. Gerald Nast and "rcdcrick Ortner. Trinity Incul- y's will number M tcnchcrs, with A. J. Glac-ss as principal. Tic church's three pastors are ic Rev. Martin J. Zschoche. the Rev. Robert Dorow nnd the Rev. Eugene Krentz. Gerald N'ast. his wile, Marilyn, nd thrco children, come to Trinity from St. Paul's Lutheran hurch In Aurora, 111. A native f Cannda. Nasl is a graduate of Concordla Teachers college at River Forc.st, III. At Trinity, he will touch the seventh grade and will assist in the direction and counseling ot the congregation's expanding youth program. Mi-ss Joyce Heycr is a native of Michigan and was graduated with n degree in education from Concordia Teachers college. Riv- er Forest in May of this year. She will teach the sixth grade. Miss Hcyer will also take an active part In Trinity's music program as one of the staff or- ganists, tcncher of music in the primary grades nnd director of the school choir "The Chorist- ers." p.sejHly a student at Con- cordia Teachers college at River Forest. Frederick Ortner will be n student Intern at Trinity for the period of one year. During this timr. he will gain experience as a sixth grade teacher. His ad- FREDERICK ORTNER Cabin Cruiser Is Towed In St. Joseph Coast Guard towed In an out-of-gas 26 ft. Chris- Craft cabin cruiser from two and one-half miles out of St. Joseph at p.m., Friday. Aboard was Phillip Krueger, 49, his wife. Joyce, three sons. Phillip. Steven and Jeffrey and daughter, Linda. No one was in- jured. Krueger called the Coast Guard by ship-to-shore radio. READ THE WANT ADS DAILY Boat Race MADISON. Ind. Seattle's Miss Century 21 and 10 big chal- I lengers revved up along the Ohio River bank for today's prelim- inary heals of the Governor's Cup race for unlimited hydroplanes. The durable Century 21-known as Miss Thriftway when she cap- tured the cup here for the first time in favored to win a third straight time over the 50- mile course and retire the trophy. American vessels must pay tolls to navigate the Panama Canal just as do ships of any i other nation. Detroit Father Sues Ball Team For PHILADELPHIA De- troll father U suing the Phil- adelphia Phillies for in connection with the death of his son. a former player In the club's farm system. Frank Oemlgnanl charged in a suit field In U.S. District court Friday that a physician discov- ered his son, Gerald Robert, had a blood condition in 1959, but offered no further treatment, examination or advice. Gerald died Sept. 3, 1960. of uremic pneumonia. He had been treated at a Detroit hospital after he was released by the National League ball club. George Fletcher, club secre- tary, said that until the club's attorneys had time to Investigate the matter, "Wt can make no comment.' John McCarty. Gemignani's lawyer, said the club was negli- gent and broke a contract In which it assured the player of the best medical care. The suit charges the condition was discovered at springs train- Ing In 1959, but that it was not I made known to Gemignanl or his father, despite a worsening of the problem. The father had filed a similar suit for in the VS. Dis- trict Court In Detroit, but it was dismissted on the grounds the Phillies did not do business In that city. The son, an outfielder and first baseman, played for John- son City. Tenn., and Elmira i N.Y. LITTLE PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Fishing Regulations LANSING regula- ions for 1963 will be considered at the Conservation Commission's Sept. 6-7 meeting at the Shera- ton-Cadillac Hotel In Detroit. A State-wide move of little people starts this month with tens of thousands of children crossing our and highways on their way to school Automobile Club of Michigan and its members constantly work for the safety and protection of our children through famous AAA safety programs that supply materials and work with schools and polios officials to educate our children in the ways of safety. Auto Club members ask that all Michigan motorists appoint themselves guardians of these little people on the move, especially during these early months of their safety education and training. AUTOMOBILE CLUB VISIT OR PHONE YOUR NEAREST OWCt BERBIEN COUNT! DIVISION RAT E. MILLER. Manager 200 E. Main, Phone WA 5-1118. Benton Harbor Nelson Baumelster, IN 3-6238. WaUrvbet Gem Wahl, GA 9-5442. St JoMpb L. J. Beattj. GB 3-4331. Berrien Spring! flnt of tee effltM In Enjoy Labor Day at the Movies! Stay off of hot dangerous highways and relax with one of these special holiday treats GKRAI.D NAST dilion areas of responsibility wi be In the Sunday school, youth and the church's music program Alter completing the curren school year, he will return Concordia Teachers college a a graduate student. Arrangements are now bcln made to hold a special receptlo: for the three new teachers a the Sept. 18 meeting of the Par cut Teachers League at p.m Two Postmasters WASHINGTON Sen ate hns approved appointment b President Kennedy of two Mich igan Postmasters. They are Lawr cncc Jackson. Jr.. of Clare anc Herbert Fowle of Hlllsrialc. ON THIS To those who labor with brawn and brain To give our Nation its steel and grain; To build our cities and till our farms, And for our defense build up our arms To all of these we tribute pay And dedicate this Labor Day. M OBSERVANCE OF IABOR DAY, OUR BANK Will NOT TRANSACT BUSINESS ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. THEPEOPLES STATE BAE OF ST. JOSEPH STATE THEATER 60C 'Til 2 P. M. Sun. ft Mom NOW ENDS TUES. SINGING A k LOVING SWINGING irs ELViS! FIVES' CLVIVi KllMTHtKS( .mnm amurm wudlf W1K "TBS IS IW THE MMW S m Kin T MI iwnr TONITE! 3 GREAT HORROR HITS IN COLOR SHOCK ENDM6 DARE NOT REVEAL! (3) COLOR ..DELUXE ____ THE MIRISCH COMPANY piesenls Was iD GALAHAD GIG YOUNG LOU ALBRIGHT JOAN BUMMI SUNDAY AND MONDAY TONITE thru HON. Uproarious, Adult Sophisticated Comedy! HATARl! JOHNflWNE THIS YEAR'S Blfi EXCITEMENT MOTION PICTURE! GIGYOUNG AUDREY MDOWS CLOSED Toes., Wed. I Tbirs. AIM "Ride Clear Diablo"
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