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Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Benton Harbor, MichiganWednesday August 10, 1955 news of St. Joseph the news palladium Benton Harbor Mich. Playground event winners in St. Joseph posted by director St. Joseph playground director Fred Harrsen today announced the winners of the tournament held at Jefferson kiwanis and Lincoln playgrounds in the past two were divided into three age groups nine and under 10-13, and 14 and Over. The winers will now compete in play offs in their respective Divi Sions to determine the City Cham pions in the various events. Listed by playground and age classifications starting with younger participants the winners were Jefferson playgrounds croquet Jim Schmutt. None in the older Divi Sion Loop Tennis Tom Fette Kiel Wilson table Tennis John Scherr non in the older division checkers Dave Laetz none in the older Divi Sion Archery Dan Pecararo none in the older division tetherball Bill Fette Kiel Wilson. There were no participants in the nine year old and under group of Jetterson. K1wanis playground kiwanis playground. Croquet. David Pallas Erhard Gerstenkorn Mike sinn Loop Tennis David pal Las Chuck Callendar Jim Ulery chinese checkers Tim Bays Carla Schulz Jim Ulery table Tennis Mike Boyd Richard Ankli Robert Ankli Tim Bays Chuck memorial Hospital admissions patients admitted to the St. Joseph memorial Hospital during the past 24 hours were Obi cation St. Ryan son of or. And mrs. Patrick Ryan 1011 Michigan. Benton Willie Wil Liams 285 Linden Donald Franks 464 Madeline. Frank Kotyuk. Medical St. Mitchell 2307 Morton. Benton Harbor mrs. Thomas Broderick route three Norman Cross Myron St. Joseph girl attends Camp for drum majors Chicago cop is killed by jealous Lover Adolph Wolshlager one. Berrien daughter of or. And mrs Cross 611 North main. Wilson d Ter of or. An Chicago aug. 43 year old stenographer last night fatally shot a policeman her admit Ted sweetheart after she said he taunted her being interested in another woman police said mrs. Catherine loner ban in a statement Saia she picked up the policeman s revolver from a Dresser in a near North Side hotel room Knelt Down beside him and fired into his head. The policeman John l. Kelly 48, father of three children toppled from the bed on which he had been lying and gasped what did you shoot me the Short dark haired mrs. To Morgan told police she propped Kelly Back on the bed and began Wip ing the blood that covered him. She snid she then called the hotel switchboard operator and told her to Call police. Sandra Hutchinson Well known Donald King 37, the hotel Man local Baton twirler and drum major Ager told police when he arrived Ette of the St. Joseph High school he room he heard mrs. Loner attended the fifth ban John what have i done Sandra Hutchinson marching band annual school for drum majors at to you re All covered with Smith Walbridge Camp Syracuse ind. At the closing Camp ceremonies kill said Slit Hen turned to him mrs. Lome Wilson she was honoured by receiving a car sold he tort me to shoot but Merrlen h of Merit along with the x know the gun was Kite on up rms Arthur comm Sion of drum major first class i Kolly died shortly after arrival Page three route one births St. Girl weighing eight pounds and one and one half ounce this outstanding award was presented to Only 24 of the 115 High school and College drum majors from 10 states who attended the at Henrotin Hospital. Callendar Jim Ulery tether Ball Mike Boyd. Chuck Callendar Jim Ulery chess. Paul Davis Caroline Callender Jim Ulery Archery Paul Davis Mike Reynolds Jim s Joseph 5trcet" Ulery shuffle Board Paul Davis in Silies no attended the Esunas born to or. And mrs. Charles Camp. To qualify for this rating it Lawrick route 1, at p. M., rating it freed airmen Speed Home Ulery. Lincoln Butch Peska Jim a Jleroy horse shoes Paul Davis Butch Pesko Jim playground Archery none in first group Mary Ann zit to Mike Schulner tether Ball Bob by Zitta Judy Ticknor none in older group table Tennis Bob Zitta Butch Welsh Don Totake shuffleboard Evanhoff Bob Totzke none in older group checkers Bill Luitje. Judy Gephart Frank Buesing. Aug. 9. Girl weighing seven Hartford selects cemetery Sexton Hartford aug. 10 a new cemetery Sexton was appointed for Hartford township last night at the regular monthly meeting at the township Hall. Herbert Stevens was named to fill the position vacated by Joe Zimmer Man who resigned several months ago. Work soon will begin to Grade and gravel i stretch on the was necessary to pass written tests i to have a Complete knowledge of eight dour in we ehm8 signals to plan a Complete bund eight pounds and ounces was show and to successfully conduct to or. And mrs. Glen Hoover the band in three selected numbers i Toivo including the Star spangled Augi ,-ner." Sandra was one of the three a my who spell 32 lems first year students to be included j m communist Captivity in this group deluded eastward across the Pacific for Home Imd family today. Two Plush c54 air transports one Gen. Douglas Macarthur s famed Tachikawa air base Frith the men Early this after noon. After a 21-hour Layover in Hawaii they Are due at Travis air Force base Calif. Friday morning. Aboard the Hainan Are col. John Knox Arnold jr., capt. John Vaadi cirt. Elmer f. Llewellyn airman Harry m. Benjamin or. And airman pounds and six and one Quarter ounces was born to or. And mrs Hurtis Williamson at a my aug. 10. Discharges St. William Kissau and infant daughter 1810 Langley mrs. Grace Clark 2219 Langley Benton Adrian Lan d in mrs. Daniel herring and i daughter 746 Lavette mrs i Henry Batieste 663 my outran mrs Leon Hudson Mcalister Bob Ert Bush 1630 Columbus. Ida h Baroda mrs. Frank Yuran and Amer car infant daughter route one mrs find a 1 Philipp Riess and infant son. I to aliment business who be Allen Johns communists and who have Ridge re. Mrs Thrif in Raj top showmen to be quizzed Nuiji i t a War. In keel probe Wick Fant _ Washington. Aug. 10 a chairman Walter a a said to a he expects the House in John w. Thompson Iii. The second group in a sister ship decorated and outfitted exactly like been used thar Road a Branch of the Bangor c Hartford Road going East it Wasi. B announced. Aub 18 before j u we Robert Barrett 315 Ridge Road Evans watery Lietar Percy Abbott. Hold Buchan Anite in wife assault aug Biggs. 01 u. John w. Buck t. Sgt. Howard w. Drown airman Steven e. Kiba and airman Daniel c. Schmidt. In Honolulu the men will be welcomed today by pretty girls Bear ing Flower leis. After a Brief news a subcommittee an air Force spokesman their Large incomes to further red causes. Walter in an interview listed 27 actors writer.? and other Broad Way figures to question at we Klong hearings win be f fee to go beginning monday a new York anywhere and do anything they in Thust like Sta Xiv ,6 were they will be quartered in the Best i Agar actor director a guest quarters of Hickam air Force the regular monthly township meetings will be held the first tues Day of each month in the future. In the past All meetings have been on the second tuesday. The change was made because of a conflict with county Board of supervisor meetings said supervisor Ray Fowler. Buchanan was placed in the Panama g Buren jail tuesday for stage 18 before Justice n i writer of t pairing in the Broadway musical Panama Sam a aft film _ Justice Glenn b Huey in Paw Paw on an assault and versions actor Jerome Chodorov the stage and screen base but they can stay at the Roy al hawaiian hotel if they seven arrested by City police Benton Harbor police reported the arrest of seven persons tuesday and Early today. Willie Gordon 34, of 711 Mogul Gan Avenue was picked up on charge of driving on a revoked Driver s License police said. John Brown Toole 42, of Jack Sonville fla., was arrested for drunkenness and panhandling offi cers reported and there were two persons picked up on a drunkenness charge Floyd Jones 39, of 815 pleasant Street and Travis bar nun 30, of Coloma. Vii. Too Anil a Battery charge filed by his wife Paw Paw state police arrested Biggs m Buchanan tuesday on a warrant charging him with ing his wife aug. 1 near grand and Man of my sister Eilee Lou Polan crackdown the Broadway comedy bus Zero mostel television and stage Dallas. Tex. Aug. 10-Cap a _. Police crackdown on persons who breaking ceremony for the new of it. Joseph of the Welch grape juice Ooton Pnno in which be cow i acted on a 20-acre site was held tuesday afternoon i Pic re love Ray Stevens president of the Ray Stevens company a Amix w no font Clors looks on As Herbert Sill Center of St. Joseph a Mohe Stemn night of 1 Springs break ground for the Plant Sil am Ster county directors in the National Gripe co operative asocial on in Sweden Hunting mystery a boat Stockholm aug. 10 a swedish Navy vessels searched yesterday for an unidentified submarine reported just North of Sweden i Baltic Island of Gotland but found nothing. It was the fifth mystery undersea Craft seen in the area since mid july. Only Sweden and Russia have submarines in the Baltic and the swedish defense staff said none of its Craft were in the area yesterday. Al executives balk merger plan Chicago aug. Executive Council of the american federation of labor has refused to approve the merger of a member Union with the fur and leather workers Union. Now Independent the member fur and leather workers Union was ousted from the Congress of Industrial organizations on charges of communist domination. Music under the stars was a pleasant summer experience for the St Joseph High school orchestra which last week concluded a series of concert yuck concluded a series of concocts ill Tahoe Arm resort directed by Fred Erbach the to Imja music Nim played on we Ines Tkv Muhu Lor the guests at the resort. The evening concert climaxed an al ten on of rehearsing Golf and other entertainment. Thin photo of the to n Sec the orchestra was taken by or. Krabach. Comedian Ivan by Junction. The Man pleaded innocent to the 5s" now charge tuesday but was jailed when. Waue said he failed to Post a Bond. A Hartford Man Elmer Kobach 48, was booked in the county jail tuesday afternoon on a drunk charge. Kobach was arrested by Hartford police. Showed Given Pink and Blue Shower was Given tuesday night for mrs. Charles Miller in the William Meschke lome 77 Lake Shore drive by mrs William Meschke mrs. Alden Meschke mrs. Harry Meschke and mrs. Glen Barts. Prizes at games were won by mrs m Nitz mrs. Herman Wolter mrs. Elbert Griffendorf miss Catherine mrs. Robert Strauss mrs. Al Liebart and mrs. Ernest Hawks. Club Trocadero thursday Nite special Ham Steak Beer wide Hoed a rants Fine foods served daily sister lakes playhouse m-152 and sister Lake re. Opening Tonitte Borm yesterday aug. 10th. Thru 14lh. Available at boor smorgasbord thursday thro the in Holiday Home will Featon Umonie snort bord. Holiday House open Evenlyn f lot a musical comedian in no Here. Jomoc of the question ing will be about alleged communist activities As late As this year. Sunday school picnic the Hinchman methodist Church sunday school picnic will be held this saturday at Jean Klock Park. A potluck supper will be served at 6 p. There will be games and prizes. 1timesfaster for Gas on stomach certified Laboratory tests prove Bell ans tablets neutralize 3 times As much stomach acid in one minute As Many Lead Jug digestive tablets. Get Uell ans today for the fastest known relict have failed to pay traffic brought persons jamming into j court tuesday and monday. Extra officers were placed on duty last weekend after a Back log of tickets piled up. Missing Bank Teller held new York. Aug. 10-Fapi-a Voung Bank Teller who says mysteriously disappeared from the Island told police the Money it sap i f Pear cd after in set it aside to do allot s posit in the Bank vault last week he wid he was too scared to Tell anyone about it. T in the fact that the funds missing was discovered in a bunk audit at the Hillside Avenue Branch today thru thurs. 3 big hits under the red sea "4 ways out wild West in color vegas. Ncv., aug. 10-fad actor director Robert Montgom Ery s Montgom can Ninny has Ortii inc n i 13s4. Nunci no children. Sophisticated knitwear m yours sweater Towt ton ref in

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