Benton Harbor Herald Palladium in Benton-Harbor, Michigan 19 Apr 1976
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Benton Harbor Herald Palladium (Newspaper) - April 19, 1976, Benton Harbor, MichiganBenton Harbor area schools have announced the schedules for kindergarten round Jis at 21 elementary schools in the etis Triet. Children who will be five years old by dec. 1, 1976, arc eligible to be registered As kindergarteners for next school year. Children need not be present but parents must bring children a birth certificates and immunization records health forms May be picked up at time of registration. Kindergarten teachers a school nurse and the school principal will be present to assist in registration. Schedules for registration Ore tuesday april 21� a sorter 9 . Tuesday april 241 a Pearl 9 . Wednesday april 21 a Sterne lir Unson 9 . 3 . Wednesday april 21 a stump 9 3 1 11 30 . Wednesday april 21 a Soditis 9 39 -11 30 . Thursday april 22 a fair Plain Hast 9 39 11 30 . Monday april 2fi a fair Plain Northeast 9 39 -11 30 . Wednesday april 28 a fair Plain West 9 . Wednesday april 28 a fair Plain Northwest i 2 30 . Menday May 3 a Boynton 8 . 4 . Monday May 3 a Seely Mccord 8 30 . 4 . Tuesday May 4 a Martin Dale 8 . 4 . Wednesday. May 5 a Lafayette 9 30 11 30 . Thursday. May k a Hull 9 -11 30 ., 1 3 . Monday May 10 a Bard 9 thirty arraigned ninety seven to go unique plate Robert Tober a custodian for Benton Harbor area schools reserved this License plate in 1975. He a the Only one in Michigan with custom plates to Salute Bicentennial year in this fashion. By kindergarten roundups slated wednesday May 12 a Johnson 9 11 30 . Wednesday May 12 a Mill Burg 1 3 . Thursday May 13 a Spinks Corners 9 -11 30 . Wednesday May 19 a Columbus 9 11 ., i 3 30 . Thursday May 20 a Calvin Britain 8 30 noon 1 3 30 .1 by Man wins a cum laude a Kussell Rock son of or and mrs. Walter Hock 1322 Bishop Avenue Benton Harbor received a Bachelor of arts degree cum laude with honors saturday from College the school has announced. The alleged operator of an illegal Benton township bottle club demanded preliminary examination and 28 customers of the establishment pleaded guilty to disorderly person charges when arraigned saturday in Berrien fifth District court. They were among 127 people arrested Early saturday morning in a raid at a the Hole in the Wall on Townline Road by officers from nine area police departments. According to Berrien county sheriffs records. 85 people were booked into the county jail on Misdemeanour charges stemming from the raid. Police said another 41 were released on tin so no to after posting $25 Bonds. All arc to appear in court. Demanding examination saturday on a felony charge of operating an unlicensed place flt a drinking alcoholic beverages was Larry Robinson 30, of 809 Mcallister Avenue Lien ton Harbor. He was freed on $1 ,000 Bond after arraignment before judge Hugh Black. Twenty eight of 29 other persons arrested during the raid pleaded guilty to being disorderly persons by frequenting a place of illegal occupation. One pleaded innocent to the charge. Those who pleaded guilty on arraignment saturday were each assessed fines and costs totalling $50. Included from the Benton Harbor area wore Michael e. Bei Eiker 24, of 7111 Livette Street Robert f. Hud son 20. Of 2314 Townline Road Ronald i Wilson. 31. Of 138� Bishop Avenue William h. Beecham 32. Of 741 fast High Street Charles Flim. 20. Of 1499 Union Street John l. Fryson 22, of 407 Butternut. Willie s. White 24. Of 799 Lasalle Andrew Jackson 23, of 202 Felton Phillip m. Davis 22, of 700 Pearl Audrey m Young 20. Of 143 Apple Sandra c. Williams. 19. Of 418 Lincoln Jerlene Atterberry. 31. Of 133 Plum Valerie j i a sure 18. Of 107k Hurd Annie alien 22. Of 1079 Hurd Tommy i. Williams 18. Of 535 Highland Velma i. Kilgore 20, of 457 Vineyard Joann Taylor. 19. Of 537 Columbus Marie Sanders. 19. Of 130 Townline Road Valerie Anderson. 21, of 1050 Crystal Avenue Patricia Bailey 19, of 1k5 North Crystal Rose Mary Campbell 2ti. Of 119 Apple. Yvonne Wigfall 23. Of 277 Boss Rose Callahan 25. Of 428 Broadway Carol Evans. 2k, of 450 Vineyard Floise Johnson. 32. Of 459 Colfax Avenue har Nim Coburn. 30. Of 1001 Hurd also pleading guilty Wen Willie j Scott 2h. Chicago and Jonnie Jones. 30. Gary. Ind. Pleading innocent was Farrol k . 34. Of 135 Hampton Bond was set at $1.000 us Law school cites two area students Ann Arbor a two twin cities area students have let Een honoured by the University of Michigan Law school for service on the editorial Board of journal of Law Reform. Roger a. Pet be. 1012 Pearl Street St. Joseph is serving As legislative notes editor of the Law school publication during the current school year and Michael g. Mcgee 5290 notre Dame Road. Stevensville. Has been selected to fill the same position in 1970-77. They were among 207 Law students who received awards at the Law school s annual honors convocation. Twin City highlights it combining $eo30 Fra Iiara and the Herald press Benton Harbor St. Joseph Michigan monday april 19, 1976 twin City highlights gets masters miss Eileen Jane Williams teacher consultant at Coloma recently received her masters degree in teaching the disadvantaged from Western Michigan University Kalamazoo. A graduate of new Buffalo High school she is the daughter of or. And mrs. Marvin Williams. New Buffalo she has been employed by Coloma school District for seven years. Hearing is tonight the Benton Harbor City commission will hold a Public hearing tonight on a proposed $0 million budget that includes cuts of More than $240,000 for the police and fire departments. The budget for the fiscal year starting july 1, is More than $2 million lower than the hudg<4 for the current year. R is scheduled to be adopt a by the City commission the first monday in May tonight shearing will be held in conjunction with the weekly City commission meeting which starts at 7 30 in the commission Chambers at City Hall divided into two classifications according to Mckeown. Photographers 17 and under will make up the first class while those 18 and Okler will form the second. Contestants can enter two competitions in their class color or Black and White prints and slides. Contest rules stipulate that anyone entering a print larger than 4 by 5 inches must make that print himself. Trophies will be awarded to first second and third place winners in both classes of Competition and honorable mention awards will also be made. Mckeown said. All entries in the Blosso time photo contest must be submitted by june 3. Judging is scheduled to commence at 1 . Sunday june i in the twin City camera club Headquarters at 521 Elm Street St. Joseph. Awards will in presented at the close of judging. Photo contest chairman Mckeown is sales manager of the merchants credit Bureau Here. He attended Illinois state Normal and has been with the local credit Bureau since 1904. He. His wife Wanda and their four children make their Home at �79 Clemens Avenue St Joseph Mckeown who is currently Secre tary of the twin Otvis prior i club has Hern a wins Art Emze Lynda roti of St. Joseph has won a $75 prize for her entry of three1 photographs in the Eastern Michigan University student Art exhibit. Lynda a senior Art major is the daughter of or and mrs. Siruno Koti 24i53 Nile Road. Blossom event adds a contest acting on the premise that Blosso time is a natural photographic event the1 twin City camera club and the Board of directors of Blossei Merme. Inc., have Adekk a photo contest to the list of activities scheduled for southwestern Michigan a famous Spring festival. Kenneth Mckeown has been named chairman of the event which is being conducted for the first time this year. The Competition will be Kenneth Mckeown photo contest chairman photographic hobbyist All his adult life. Entry Blanks for the Blos sometime photo contest Are available from area business displaying the photo contest poster from any member of the twin City camera club and in a Blosso time Ine at 311 Colfax Bend on Harbor 2 cyclists to Hospital two motorcyclists we re injured. One Reed hiring hospitalization. As a re sult of accidents on private property sunday Berrien sheriffs officers Repei rtt d. Re erred in a Ogoe la condition today at memorial he Spital St. Joseph was Kevin David town Send 13. Of �491 Black Lake Road. Pipestem township. He told officers he and a one and were ruling in a Field when the Trail Bike the a were on flipped and landed on top of him. The other youth Wayne Turbyfill 15, route 2. Beix 9fia, Fau Claire was thrown Clear Anel was unhurt tin Accident occurred in a Fie line a Townsend s Home abet 5 . In the other mishap Daniel Granger 25, of 4h73 Lincoln Avenue Stevensville told of of Kors he fell from his motorcycle Tttus ending in a Fie old be them a Glen lord Road and 1-94, Lincoln township Granger was tre ate a for apparently minor injuries Amin lease Al from memorial Hospital after the 4 30 . Accident. South Haven Driver Hurt in Accident South Haven a Bethal Bowman 20225 Huron Street South have a was listed in fair condition today at South Haven Community he Spital after being injured saturday in a one car Accident state police from South Haven said Bewman was alone in a car which failed to make a curve on c r-380 at 49th Stre to Columbia township the vehicle rolled Over into a ditch a a lice said Bowman was ticketed for driving too fast for conditions first pulmonary graduate Ronald Bahm of pulmonary treatment Kenneth Callahan left respiratory therapist in the pulmonary rehabilitation clinic at memorial Hospital St. Joseph assists Carroll Ammeson St. Joseph who is working out on hike exerciser. At right is Richard Rothert Sodus township who is using intermittent positive pressure breathing machine that helps Clear lungs. The two activities show so eix of clinic operations that help with respiratory problems become More Active and Cut Rule Al for hospitalization. Program of instruction. Education and prescribed exercise was launched in March. Stall photo Noem. Tuesday May ii a Morton 9 noon. Spills Send Stevensville Man accused of grand Mere robbery a Stevensville Man was Arre steel Early Tel Day by state pm tie a of the Benton Harbert Post after two Young men re Peirce a they were robbed late sunday at grand Mere Park. Lincoln township. It was the second repeated armed Roblier within a week of Pfeiple Park eel at grand Mere. Booked at Berrien to unto jail on a charge of armed robbery was Richard Hopkins. 24, of 852 the Trenton drive. The two Yutung men John Mapes 18, of 1489 we St Glen lord Road Anel Jeff Brown 22, erf 1428 Timberland drive reported to Troe it pers thu a were robbed by a masked Inan armed with a sawed off Shotgun Abe iut 10 45 . The a said they were in their ear when another e a pulled up behind them and the pair presumed drowned Algonac Mich. Apr two Detroit Are a residents were reported missing and presumed drowned in the Southern Saini Clair River Feil lowing a boating Accident sunday Clay township police said. Missing Are 23-year-old Tony Peters of Sterling Heights Anel 21-year-old Maureen Duncan of Roseville. Two survivors uld they were in an 18-Foeit edit Briard which capsized in the Wake of a passing freighter sunday evening Oast guard officials said they Spe it the Dan Oil Slick be Nievod to in from the Ixia Ane panne a to bring in a helicopter to resume sea Rehin Quot today Robler demanded Timiney the two said they Only had 50 cents which the gunman refused but Liliee said a Small amount of sushi meted marijuana allegedly was taken. Police sail Hopkins was arrest at his Home on a warrant charging violation of parole. Tro Eipers re port eel a Sawell off 410-gauge Shotgun was seized along with a yell it a Bandana Anel a Small amount of Alle ged marijuana Trio its sail they went to the Home while checking the description of a car. Troopers said the robbery closely matched one rape rated at grand Mere Park exactly a wee k ago Iri which a masked Bandit Ese aped with $44 Trout a couple too it ers said they Are Jan a to Ritin the the two Robbe nes Are related. Troopers George Tiernan Anel James Delgado sail they were assisted in their investigation by Berrien sheriffs sgt. James Bale and Stevensville police Hie of Marty Watson. Richard Hopkins Rry std after Robhert
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