Benton Harbor News Palladium in Benton-Harbor, Michigan
10 Aug 1955

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10 Aug 1955

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Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Benton Harbor, MichiganThursday Friday and saturday Are bargain Days biggest buy for Reader and for advertiser bargains galore for you Are in store Benton Harbor. Mich., wednesday. August 10, 1955 34 pages Price 7 cents thursday Friday and a saturday win be August bargain and final summer clearance Days in Renton Harbor. This is the season for top bargains in merchandise As retail Mer chants Clear their stocks of summer merchandise in preparation for autumn. Partick Paliner stores will be open until 9 p. M. As usual Friday the committee is headed by ii b. Geary manager of Sears Roebuck it co. Serving with him Are Kenneth Libs 3 c Penney co. Dick Gardner Gardner a inc. Jean Dalzell of Jean s Shoi and Lucy Johnson of Milady s. To quiz Star takes quits Gizio Prato Bronx n. Y., Cobbler decides not to press his Luck new York aug. 10 a Shoemaker Gino Prato still accustomed to following his father s advice at the age of 55, has taken his and Given up on the s64 000 question. A Cable from Papu Prato in Italy advised Stop where you Are. That s enough this Way. Regards and that s what the Bronx Cobbler with the pleasing ways and amazing operatic lore did tuesday night. Before a jammed studio and a vast television audience Prato took a Check for the he had won so far. He translated the Cable from Genoa and said because i take my daddy s and Miles of wire it will All go into Mackinac Straits Bridge o Mackinaw City aug. 30 Miles of wire will to used on the 99 million Dollar Straits of Mackinac Bridge the United states steel corp s Ameri can steel wire division reported today. American is making the wire needed for the two Long main cables As Well As the 368 ver tical hanging Suspender ropes which will support the weight and stresses of tie Roadway spans. The division has made wire for some of the country s largest sus pension spans including the san Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge the tri Borough Bridge and the Bronx Whitestone Bridge. Nearly tons of special High Carbon steel rods slightly narrower than a Pencil in diameter will be used in the main castles when spun into place on the Span these two main cables will each be two feet in diameter and Well Over a mile and a Eho rages. Weather forecast partly i Loudy showers tonight. Thursday fair and pleasant. Temperatures readings from tuts noon to wed. Noor 12 n. I it. In. 0 p. M. 1 i m. 3 8 a. 9 a. 12 n. Lansing bribe scandal looms entire East coast braces for storm vice All my life i Prato said he received the Cable from his 92-year-old father this week in the midst of a dilemma Over a deluge of do and Don to advice from Well wishers. No one vet has tried for the grand prize on the lbs to give away show. If Prato had taken a Chance and lost he would have received an expensive automobile As a Consolation prize. Under the policy of the show the opera question Prato would have faced tuesday night will remain a secret. Pralo in his studio remarks said a local radio station nov recorded his voice and sent it o Italy for his father to hear in the Small town of St tale near Genoa and then brought Back a recording of the father s voice for the Cobbler to for the first Lime in 33 years. I was crying All the the Shoemaker said. Union says vouchers to be honoured Hurricane threatens Large area now entered off Wilmington in. Hatteras n. C., aug. 10-lad half Long Between an Hurricane Connie her 135-mile winds posing a threat to the Ali old East coast hovered off the Carolina Mainland today. She was almost stationary. The weather Bureau reported the dangerous of the entered about 225 Miles Southeast of Wilmington n. at local picture still confused thick to Seal out Prato his wife Caroline and their daughter Lorraine. 23, will accent Tove for Italy to visit his father Union voucher we he a d in Ful soon after the daughter is married upon presentation of the voucher to Eugene Jonides 26, aug. 27. To Union Headquarters i hey would have had the trip even confusion developed yesterday afternoon Over reports that Headquarters of Whirlpool local 1918, Iam had adopted a policy of refusing to Honor vouchers for foodstuffs Pur chased at twin City Independent food stores by striking members of the local. Reports indicated that Independent store operators had been warned that strikers could shop Only at unionized Chain stores. Ervin a p p e 1 f e to business agent for the Iam admitted that such a course was under consideration hut another Union source asserted the rumours were without foundation. Another Check at Union Headquarters brought neither confirmation nor denial. A meeting was said to have been arranged Between Union local officials and Independent grocers. Today Phillip Goldenberg Wel i fare chairman for the Iam that any grocer who accepts wire .162 inches moisture. All materials produced for the Bridge construction Are tested and inspected through All stares of fabrication. Specifications require that the must have a minimum aver age tensile strength of 225000 pounds per Square Inch. Final tests will be conducted on both ends of each of the More than coils of wire to be incorporated into the main cables. If Prato had tried prize and lost. For the grand soapy Ike is an 4oid Man Chicago. Aug. Cratic gov. G. Mennen Williams Loday described president Eisenhower As in old Man who May not want a second term but who is Likely to be forced by republicans into running in 1956. Williams who said he is leaving the door open to the possibility he May seek his own party s nomination told reporters at the 47th annual governors conference that a lot of things can happen before next year s party conventions. President Eisenhower is an old Williams said. He May die before the Campaign Eisen Hower is 64 years old. When a reporter remarked this seemed a cold blooded Williams supplemented it by saying that Audi e. Stevenson the i9sz demo cratic or any of is May die before that Wiliams noted that m Eisenhower runs and is selected he will become the nation s oldest president before he completes a new four year term. Under Normal circumstances political parties probably would not choose such a Williams said the republicans probably Are going to Force him to. the Michigan governor said he Suzan is buried in wedding dress Glendale calif., aug. Suzan Ball was buried tuesday in her wedding dress. More than fans and friends passed by As her body Lay in state in the Church of the recessional at Forest Lawn memorial Park. Said or. Louis h. Evans presbyterian minister at the celebrity crowded services later on the stage of life1 she won an Oscar for courage by the Heip of he praised the bravery of the 21-year-old actress and her Hus band actor Richard Long. Some 23 million pounds of .196-Inch wire will be needed to As semble these cables. The wires will be spliced into strands and Laid parallel. The Cross Section of each main Cable will con 5, Indi Victual 8 am in Teci Eutt e Fol War it movement was sex Load tension i petted during the next six House win be mated i Bureau t 1cn she m in the Vicinity of Wilmington. Hurricane Force winds my reach there late today. This would be Only a Lew Miles North of the spot last year s Hazel most destructive of the 1954 storms moved Inland to sweep death and havoc throughout the East and Inlo Canada. Towering Waves ind High tides already pounded the Carolinn beaches As the approached coastal residents and vacationers from Savannah. Ga., North have moved Inland or taken utmost precautions against the big blow. The weather Bureau hoisted Hurricane warnings from Cape Pear South of Wilmington to the Vir Ginia capes. But storm flags were flying from Savannah North to Provincetown mass., and residents were cautioned to watch for Quick changes for the worse. Crawling Forward yesterday and last night Connie was stalled temporarily by a High pressure area which now has begun moving Cut. The coast guard station at it. Macon n. C., near Morehead City and Beaufort Early today advised residents of the Small communities of Atlantic Beach Suiter path and Emerald Isle to evacuate All along the Seaboard the tides were abnormally High and Waves lapped dangerously near Homes and protective Sand dunes. Hurricane hardened coastal Orcsi he lives on borrowed time Berrien Pioneer mrs. Defatta Pearl 97, Dies in Hospital Weber county Hospital Berrien t the age had been a Lent at the Puiai the Thiee years a wis Boin 97 years ago hos j past j i t i be of Jav Snyder li2 the Wilt j i arrested wilderness of that time. Her Mother was Caroline a 1 d e n Snyder. Mrs. Peart mrs. Pearl lived in this area All of her life except for 10 years spent in Kansas after her marriage in 1879. Surviving mrs. Pearl Are a son Lloyd Pearl of Benton Harbor two grandchildren and five great grand children and a brother menzo Snyder who lives on Hillandale Road near Benton Harbor. Other survivors include one great great grandchild and several nephews and nieces funeral Jimini Anu Cua Siai Orcsi p 1cabln at dents watched the ominous storm rear or a n hags that fluttered violently in i her steadily mounting winds All the Way from Savannah ga., to the Virginia capes and northward to province town mass., and rushed their preparations to meet the blow. The three dangerous hurricanes of last season had t been forgotten. Everywhere there were signs i of activity. The red Cross announced it had nut its new comprehensive coastal disaster plan into effect in seven Caro Lina cities. Forty one disaster specialists were assigned to eight 8. C., Wilmington City Washington Morehead City new Bern Manteo and Beau Fornall in North Carolina. Navy ships put out to sea to we Are still praying is mrs. Helen Eck arts answer to science s state ment that is no known cure for leukaemia a malady Alt Idiner her son above. Husky Randy a six year old St. Joseph boy unaware he is the victim of he la inc map Moo i in i u i in Virti i i in the kick rom Capitol mystery deepens optometry firm chief arraigned for conspiracy Lansing aug. President of a Chicago optical firm of trying to bribe three state for Home to Day after dropping a remark that is still echoing through the Capitol corridors. The Capitol is buzzing with speculation As to what Benjamin Ritholz. 51, meant when he told report ers you wait. I la give you a Story hat will shake the adm Nistra reaction to Ritholz remark was summed up in the comment of Hor Ace Glynore Deputy attorney Gen eral who worked with state police on Ritholz s arrest that s very Glynore snid. I line no idea what he s talking Capitol sources were agreed in nne thing however the investigation of the Ritholz Case was one of the Best guarded secrets around the Capitol in recent years. Gilt Iove said the attorney Gener al s office had been investigating charges that Ritholz tried to bribe three members of the state Board of examiners in optometry for the last seven months. The started when Republican prank Millard was general was handed Over to atty. Gen. Thomas m. Kavanagh a a leak. Ritholz president of the King Opica co., with offices in 17 mid Western states was arrested by state police monday night in a room at he hotel Odds. Assistant attorney general Irving j. Belittle said three private Detec Ives were waiting in a room adorning the one in which Ritholz net three members of the optometry Board. The private detectives were Mak in a tape recording for Ritholz Battic said but he could not say Vii the tape was being made. Three members of the open Metry had kept the attorney general s office in formed on Ritholz activities were present in the room when Kinholz made his Cash offer the attorney general s office said. Ill More said Ritholz had approached the optometry Board be mucus in an Effort to get them to drop charges against a Lansing As or. Edwin l. Sni Jchick. municipal co1jht on a charge of bribery of a Public official Ritholz demanded examination. Municipal judge Earl e. Mcdonald set aug. 18 As the tentative Date for the examination. District air cadets will go to Camp tired out pair married 1 Snyder okla., aug. Two celebrations in one hot sum Mer Are too much says a Kiowa county couple who observed their 7gth wedding anniversary today. A Little Over a month ago neigh Ike Collie Mamie rests banished by court order is Dick the Benton Harbor St. Joseph a nor. R civil air patrons sending six Mem Bors inc husband w. A. Ally Rte Norv seven Vearo r sinn cd a Iii ski Fri services will be held thursday at the Reiser Chapel with pics Rev. Walter Butgeret of the pleaded Superior Street Church of god of Dav to f Ficia Ting. Burial will be in Crystal i g lne while Springs cemetery intoxicated. He was fined s100 and friends May Call at the Reiser his Driver s License mortuary escape or ride out the storm rather her cadets to new York thursday Uncle Bunch full Niriam celebrate Imu for a summer encamp his 100th birthday with a Stag party e thinks Stevenson or some other Democrat can Eisenhower. Exam aide Dies Harpenden England. Aug. 10 Charles Bartlett 65, for Mer head of the general Moton corp., in Britain died Loday at his come. It was most embarrassing Siv Imming suit transparent blushing buyer sues makers to w1 a au8 w Knock no e Hamilton says she cover her from Gapone males went swimming in a new bathing i she said she was forced to walk than risk being battered at their docks. At military airfields planes were run into hangars or flown to safer Inland spots. At Norfolk two pilots were killed when their plane crashed into the Bay. The twin engine aircraft had just taken off on to safety from the Hurri seven year old Stanley and mint As guests of Trie Samson a irl "j0 of a son. Only the Hokr. Family was invited to Voclav s quiet c for Colic Ike. Liis 5-year-old sister hours left today to Janice had 2-1 foul a new Force base they Are among 100 cadets from j Michigan slated to at not the cadets arc occasion. Fullil to today s quiet 05-year-old the Doc was ordered banished from the Pulaski Home tuesday by g and suffered mortification and i h r a or pro jury to her Wrves and psych la in leers of the Public jury to her construction men worked through the night to make As secure As pos sible a 10-million-Dollar radar Power being built at sea. 100 Miles off the tip of Cape cod. A coast guard Cutter. Stood by to take the men aboard in Case it became necessary to evacuate the Long legged Struc Ture. Along the Carolina coast All High a patrolmen were standing by w Wau the Gauntlet up encased put to sea Lor Protection from the from Vaance Qunsel of Texas ill racial Robert b. Burns. Me was born in Clarksville Tex in list Jame in try f Wells a Beroun is Srawl Zilph in 1855 and she was born n Decatur said Ike bit her Chihua Tarbor for act o t tour later. They were Yihua Kllc took the Tilsch court. 1 a harried in Denton tex., in judge bums ordered the dog kept they crossed into Southwest talc pull ski property. He was t try r up five h s Kennel unattended the mrs. Wells testified in court tues Day she Hud seen Ike unattended on a Romp around the neighbourhood. The suit from the Waist Down a Kame transparent she claims in her suit for against the clamor shops. Inc., of new York crowds spotted her Risin from the sea in a Semi nude state she and a. Friend nuked to cheese crackers cold cuts and such stand Bys for a picnickers adv. Summer dress Cotton clinic Michigan Clurs. 186 adv. Point r. I. The super Carrier for Restal not quite finished in a ship Yard at Newport news va., was made As secure As possible in her berth. Furn. pc styling c. Thorson 1326 e. Napier. A 6-2662. Adv. Cartels making the trip Are Don Byers and George Parker is. Joseph and Little James Lowder Joseph Mccar thy and Thomas Renner Ben inn Harbor. A South Haven contingent including Richard Davis Warren Krait and Alan Tressle is also slated to Makr the trip with the twin City Uro in according to Lohn till to Benlon Harbor commandant of cadets group 10, which also includes South Haven. Air transportation to and from Detroit and the Samp site will be provided by air Force c-47 or pm Tullo stated. Tullio will accompany the group. At Many of in tic Domain in the Foothills of Wichita mountains. Which have Jet aircraft available the Honor cadets will receive Jet flights As Reward standing service for their out 1 cadets Ark afforded the Opportunity to learn exactly How the air Force works and lives. In addition they Are Given an Opportunity to put into practice the training in aviation fundamentals which they absorb in their regular week to week training. Other Michigan Cap cadets scheduled to attend the encamp ment Are from Battle Creek. Albion Marshall Sturgis Coldwater Hast Ings Kalamazoo Muskegon grand rapids and lulling. Another Nighbor Corr Oborn Teti her testimony. Defense attorney Donald g. Dewey brought 12 neighbourhood children into court half of Ike. To testify in be like temperature the temperature of Lake Michi today is 52 degrees. Balance of swim sizes 8 10, Only Price. The hat Box 304 state St., St. Joseph. Adv. Don t risk Wash tub use sanitary cleaners Cotton adv. Gettysburg a. Aug. 10 api Oil advice of her physician Mamie Eisenhower has been taking it in bed at her coun try Home Here. But a presidential aide Saj s the first lady is not Iii merely president Eisenhower himself Dis closed yesterday that his wife was in bed. But he added Shell be All Murray Snyder assistant White House press Secretary told newsmen later in response to their inquiries she mrs. Els Nhok or is not Iii. She is merely tired. She had a very Active had several of vests and is Jasi tired. You know it was very hot up Snyder said he was making his report after checking with Mai Walter Tkach assistant White physician. Mrs. Eisenhower motored to the family farm from Washington last Friday and was joined later that Day by the president who is spend ing tile week acting on the big Batch of Bills which Congress passed Juat before it adjourned. The chief executive plans to leave sunday for an extended vacation in Denver. Yesterday he took time off to receive two of Ilven Tock a 13 Holstein Heifer and a purebred Berkshire hog Enterprise Kuun Fra. Foj Tel Mot

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