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   Traverse City Record Eagle (Newspaper) - June 24, 1952, Traverse City, Michigan                        DAILY AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION March SI. 19SI TRAVERSE CITY RECORD-EAGLE NORTHERN MICHIGAN'S GREATEST DAILY REGISTERED? YOU HAVI UNTIL JULY 7 UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE PAGES TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1952 FIFTY-FIFTH PRICE FIVE CENTS City Rescinds Action on Migrant Parking 'G.R. OPS Office is Under Fire Overstaffed, Will Be Pared to Meet Needs THE WEATHER Dl'lllOir hint lll.lthOI MltMhiui Considiiiiblp with showois and thun dtistoims 'luoidni night and ed iiosdm iNo linpoitfinl lempeialnit (h ingis Low 'I uesdai night li luni .1 TV Oftm or I i Ito i his assmed n home iopi liitlon't snbtoniiiiitlpi th it HIP dlsliiit ot in (.d nd Uiplds will be to tut don i on llu nuinbci of Piniloits and impioit tliu itnc Pils issuianit iiis th n to tin subto nnillt1 c hi Iliuiill I V'IIKO (Ilicttcn ol mm UP IK in tin Ol'b ind othti OI'S nllluals btloie the snbtonunitttii list wetk nnd tlioii testimony wis m idt public tod n Ujp f ti Id U I on! li (K ilit'i) whose i OHM ossloiinl tils n let I'ltlndcs 0i.ind Kipld" tailed Iho itltntlon ot Ol'i oillcinls to i icpoit m i da hi Uio subi ommlttto s unesugitoi s on tae (mud Rapids ollu p I he inn stif, iloi i s ild tliu' It is appriipnt that tho i ind llaplds oltiti his itiiuitid I'lisunnpl to (onloini lo a stamlaid staftlig piu IPIII without leg ml o tht ituul woikload Ihe nuihoiUctl itilmt on cm i 1 loses was until Apill J when I UIP lelhns was uuliiied lo M, Iho1 Ini pstmatois said nice told loid that UK Oiand K.ipids stiff telling won d IIP tut i en In piobablj hi 10 to U lobs I IIP inipsllf, uoi s noted tint onl> "i of the nuthoi d ponitioi s hoie WPIC attn Ih Illl'tl l ho snbtoni i itlit s iloi s inid tint tho cconomU stift In the diand Rapidi otfico ronld he en tlieli "llminntod without aflttliiu (Please turn to 11, Col 3) AUNT NET [l s no wi ink i IK w b.il Its' i i PS uio him I IK i H i nt lo look h IK whin llifi' Hist see I IIP Kind o 01 Id (hp> 11 Mil Into Eleven Die as American B-50 Falls, Burns I AKLMII N'lll HAbl LNG I Juno An A.intr kin ill toi CP D '0 atom honibtr unsl id mid binnoti niter Inp on noin noinbv Mllde ihnll KIi Illsh nh foico huso Ihp Lintocl Slates di (oice said nil II cicw iiifinhDis weic killed flic i ic Hist of AniPilcn now atom 'ximlicit to ciasti in Buliiln wns ono fil a (tionp rf plnnos (t the Uonibei AUim on rolruio lal fioin I'koi An In All IOKO he i (It 11 u toi s sud the piano (iiisliod nt I." dd p in n n m LS n It plunged Into wnsie Kioutid bitnepii two fields it Jji) mil Maj Mot om hnmlet ncai Liikcnhenlh base An 1 nsl sh ofiiLei iiishod to i 10 suene nnltl tlie D 30 wii-, IHI ntd rltJit ont Iho e aie no snnhois so fm in been able to choik to date t outl and L S KOI C9 nt-httis itisned to ihli Preparing New Water Supply Engage Firm to Draw Plans for Waterfront Within the next few dsys the V llage of Elk Rrpicls w II di.iv. Its water supply through a new and modern intake In Elk Lake Divers worked sevet.il d-ys week connecting the line which extends about 300 feet Into the lake to connect to a crib In 15 feet of wa'cr work was completed by the Car land Marine Service at Frankfort This picture was m.nde ,io Ted Carland expert deep water man and owner of the company came up to give some Instructions to a ciiic orei.itor on the shore of the lake On raft to tend lifeline and air hose are Dean Rlchndson (centei) and Paul Kerby Richardson is also an expert diver having worked at the tiade during World W.n II (Record Eagle Photo) Dean Acheson Mends Fences With British Wires Down I htni'n (urn the nit in vue (ailed at ll) 15 pin wit H i n stiuck powci I olo noin the I nnd S llum'mtxei on i lotit stieot and dulodfecd till' w 11 fS stone nhile de piulmoii1 woiknien icpulied the d inuifci in I unloved the Ihi wlies No I IIP stm ttil nnd tut ot the wlies fell mi dttupltd no one in mi i d Bulletin LONDON, (UP) Pr me Minister Winston Churchill told parliament to day that hg had not been con- sulted about the allied air raids on river power plants and indicated he might "rep resentatlons' to United States IONDOV hint Sc( i etui of btato Omin )ii tin ttucd with SttictiM I ilu tod i> openl IE; a inoi ion ons sei ics ot ill t I lilks on Lniope UIP iMIildle 1. ist inrl the rar hist one son pnte tominuiii i i> snul of lie twohoui and 2 v. ru ti biie? Can il in I Ihe Slid HI th luinian oil uul Is snts w hkh >t p I niopp il in Pioin tlie toitlt.ii oitlu W'H i this nioinliiKs inoetlni, w is leld lint dnottli Downlii, slitcl to In uli w th I'll me Mlnlslci Clnnchill while I den linn led with tjnlttd Nations Setutaiv l.enenl I" I le llu Lden tilk w is h.n lesiimtd Bctoit ho IPUPS I ondoi loi PCI lln mil biuindai Is to contei 11 Ilh (Please turn to S, Col 4) Family Confused, Buried Wrong Man Inn Jl- Uf I- fai us cl (s i u ok O11 s ipi tod i1. t IP u t( up ihe i iisin nl n n Ki iifon 011 s Hi it M is bin ipd I i i 1 is i ola s in UlP LIlPV Mil ills lilt Soldi I jilt% w i 11 s ill u ti i PSI (il pi in 'in i I'J i I i Us and it int In Inn, l o lip intilil i H n UIP I oili nf n U n  waicifionl fatll UPS on n long ringe bnsls n 11 authorized bi DIP tlti rom mission in n speclnl meeting Mo'i ilteinoon it clt} hnll motion h> Com-nlssioi er J Kent lli.it the firm ot Hn land II irtholomtw RI d be rel lined lo dinft plans foi Ihe wnlotfioni deielopinont w is ip pioiert bj n 61 ivlth Mnoi latk N'ehon dissenting MIIJO Nel BOH In opposing the meisnic Silt ed tint lie opposed a.i> plans be Ing nndp tlili jeni becuise the rlii h In what he described is a 'state of Dux due to construction woik bcliiK cmiled on in building the new muhoic tiankllne high win Uiiough Hie clti Othet membeis of the commls mon pointed out tint felt th it genpril plan wns needed to us a blsls for the tll> s proRi im ot dei eloping the waterfront niei along the new hlglniin oiei peilod of >on is btidei tetnis of DIP piopooal the ton) fee fo- the plii ning vioik is ft whltli Includes confeientcs dinfling ot piellmln arj phns the noikup of finnl dc illed phni with text and a is port A proportionate reduction in tost nlloned If the entlro pio grim ot woik, ns ontlliictl bi Mr Bartholomew the comnilssion "esKlon u week is not undo- tiken bi the clti Three mont'is nil] be reqn'ied for piepitatlon of piellmlnun plnns for the proti im, atooidlng to the pioposnl The commission dlstnssed (PUise turn to 15, Col. 1) Wreckage of Missing Plane Found on Beach CHARMS MICH, June 21 guild oflltlals said lodas an nliplane me and lube and R dnngaiec shin foi nd on the bPnth of Little Tiaioise bn mai hiue come fiom n small plane ml-sliig Hince M n U tilled In Uill Aeion milts Adinlnlsnaiion oflltia's fiom 'I i eise Cm lo thptk seilnl numbeih on Ihe the .ind tube winch me ot the same hpe nstd on 1'iu n Isbing planp, a Plpei Cnl) Tho ocuipams weie llniM Mm clnek 25 Dooi Mlth and hh biolhei in'nw, ROY Koptiski 4r> Giand Hapldo 1 hei WPIO on turn to 15, Col. 1) Boardman to Remain Open Cancelling itt plan approved week ago to designate Boardman avenue at the urea for parking of migrant workers' trucki during the cherry harvest season, the city eommlnlon by unanlmoui vot< at a special meeting Monday after noon rescinded Itt action of June 16 and left the problem of truck parking to the harvest laboreri The controversial Itsue which aroused a storm of protest from Boardman avenue residents and brought opposition from the county board of supervisors, was settled when Commissioner Loren Bensley offered a motion that the city rescind Its previous action Moic (bin) n ipsllenu of llic no i WPIC picsenl it dm b loninlssion M'ssion with Btnciiil breaking the lei In lommentliiK on Die in Ing dih iiioponn roninii, Imlmllni; GIPIII lliltiln It is the coiuppt Hut the w u ol DIP futnie U between the I nlltd stales tnd Soiltl Russia and tliat cull Uiiiopeui conntii can find i pit) KIIIIII foi bclni, iitfiitt il 10 between lliest IMO tiiinis li Cieal Uiltiln foi Insiii'icc Is belnK adiotited Aneinln lloian niiKlophlles laiiKli it in tin) fatt siandsj cnl Hut should Uio- KOMMiimoni fill u inn time dninm UIP noM flNO cnultl ieius Oeian tonld mil piolnbU be the Pi line Minlsiei Iho ippolntmeul of Aiidul nnko us Ihp "soMit imbiiss idoi 10 Cieit lliililn Is simbolit of Hnn si i s liiteiost In Hi ilisb ufi ills UN piPdeiessoi ut thm post (.iporkl Nlkol itiitth inihin is i tllplomnl o( Itssci impoilaiKi' with i bail lepiitulon bet uisc the Soilm uiso In Caniiiln bioke iibi'ii IIP M ii  Nithmil Mnsle 0 s si) jubilee ii n Mill onlililli opt n Sinnln the cinollnip u In the hlsloii ol tin; t imp A ton! of full time t unpus, nil- M UP t impels mil i M HI in of 01 PI Hit) ill CM iniln' il ihe Insist tinui of Its kind In the wni Id ol PPI sons tlnoiiKOil the c.imp Siiiuln Horn t nh niu noo i until CM' ilnt, to putklpi u In tho oppn bonsi> sliced is i pie hide to the iimp opinlntr Isito s from Ann Aiboi Diliolt, Saglniw Mi I'liMsuil d unl Kip- Ids, Kllnl and olliei tlowtisi ilo tllleh WPIP pipseni tin i whh miny fiom the Oiand 'IniLiso Oiipsts MPIO l ikpii on Milled touis of tlie now bin! IIIIKS nul Kiiei ,m oppoilnnlii lo iispivt ImpioNpmenls ma lo sine. of the season 1'ilntipil points of Intel ost weie the IKW M i Uh adminlsli iihon nimid in honor ol Dr Joseph K Middi, to- fonndi'i mid puKldont the liuttl food depmtmtMil Hi lesulo tho jnnloi unl In einiodiito sills' din- Ing loom tho 1 onndaSKiu scholaisMp lodge tho i imp hos- and llio now i ullo InilhUiiK. Beulah Needs An Ox Roaster BlHJl.MI lime .M- Flip (hup- mm tomiiilttoe In of ihU oommunlti'K tiieiulilh a n n u n I FoNili tl on Ciistil 1 ik- hnnllng hlKh nnd low foi somooim 111 ho Is m od In UIP ail of 'ontdooi Inn in K on i lilr Iho PI tin his IK fii rttlioilnlpii lor Si.Minim and biindni, lull jii mid J7 lioj-poiihlbllliv foi pullliiR on lelobi illon him boon wins iilth lohiihon, lii u- lili publlshoi Inndllut; iho ton- lesslons and onleil ilnmpiil I ice Clou1 ami sail- boat lines and w HOI ski Pihlbl- lions .unl lii-iiis I, snilili, ill fhlldiPiis piontK foi eMijono up lo li) v PIUS old T IIP oiilboind l i  MlrhlKUl Oiltboaitl SlOiK 13oal JlicliiK issoc i iilon The ins foi a turn to Pagt 15, Col. 3) Four More Beauties Enter JOiCE WKICUr i.MUt e.iellltkilll.) FA1R1CIA MILLER iMiss butlous DONNA K BALL CbarUtoix) CHARLENB BLUE (Hill   

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