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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1930, Benton Harbor, MichiganPeapples new police head when five died in Kansas air crash Berrien s biggest buy for Reader and for advertiser Benton Harbor Mich. Wednesday january 29, 1930 Price three cents 14 pages colonists harvesting ice from local ship canal Queen Mary and judge Dewhirst May make Bey Hoy in their Colony quarrel but the hard working House of David members Are making ice. A squad of Ico cutters was Busy today harvesting Ico from the ship canal and hauling it to the storehouse weather lower Mich Igan partly Cloudy to Cloudy tonight and thursday not so cold thursday. Business is gaining Here Many Hurt in Madrid riots More Export orders boost . Industry Russia buys nine Ross carriers in this City Rosback lands contract Ken Lior indications of renewed in lust Vanl activity which promises to Oil Ublish local factorial on n highly prosperous condition Spring euro found today la Tho announce ment of now Orcigr orders received try two Bon ton Hurior concerns Tho Hoss Carrier company and o p. P. A Aback company. The former manufactures n gasoline driven lumber critic 11 my Trio latter nil Klmle of Pei torn Long and binding machinery known throughout Trio world. Oll Licals of the Ross Curr Lor com Pany announced wednesday that nil Uril Tiv for nine More machines had lion of Colrud from Tho russian Sov Iet government bring Long the total number of machines bought by Tho Sinco list december up to d. Stitchers go to England Tim f. Rosback company is Busy inn ii out an additional six into mull Imp blot machines which will to shipped Tho ins it Trio Ruok to England Tor distr Lam ton Oliero and in Franco and Gor in ii. Kimirly in december a group of Sov lot officials wove in Lionton Harbor and closed 11 Deal for 34 carriers Altu Ilio Ross Carrier company. The Donl ropes unload on de Comber 24 Ilio russians bought 22 More lumber machine it in invent input at Tho latest order Cor Olno carriers represents an out any of s45.000. Tho will to shipped to Loans in Ilic it Pistun via Murmansk Russia. Tho Olno machines just ordered Are to lie equipped with cabs for use in Iho Northern russian i frosts Anc wore bought by Tho soviet Nii Thorl ties us Yriart of Ilio government s famous five year program of in dual real development in that Conn try. Domestic business Ross Carrier officials also report cd wednesday that do mostly Busl Ness is showing a. Distinct a Penn trend i Tho local Plant Lini enough business on hand to Koop tin factory going at capacity for months a Fow Days ago four carriers Wor shipped to Philadelphia and Sovern Toro to West coast Points. Shipment of Tho latest Carrier ordered by Russia will Viox wok. The f. P. Rosbock company s or Dor for six machines for Export t England is Tho Mccond received till year. Tin company recently son Nix automatic it etching machines Groat Tho machines a a ruled in two parts for Export Mac inc Lino weighing approximately ton. New chief of police Spain Joyful As de Rivera regime ends former chief Deputy will take Linde s Job saturday announcement made today commission to confirm his appointment this evening Charles l. Peapples la Harbor s new chief of police. He will take charge of the department saturday when chief Thure o. Uncle s resignation be comes Etc Estivo. Peapples appointment was con _ firmed by City manager Harry Lynch wednesday morning. It will to formally announced when the City commission holds Ita regular session wednesday night the now police Chiet will take Over his duties with four years experience As a Law enforcing officer. For nearly three years he served chief Deputy under former sheriff Harry Hogue. On december 1, 1919, to was made under sheriff serving the balance of sheriff Hogue s term 13 months. Offered Job last week refuted Challis he i i Iea has been named chief of police to succeed Thure o. Llende whose resignation takes effect saturday. The commission will con firm the appointment tonight. Peapples has had much experience As an officer. He was formerly chief Deputy sheriff. Wreckage of the exp Rew plane of the Central airlines company subsidiary of the Universal Al Plana corporation in which four passengers and Pilot were killed at the Kansas City Airport is shown above at left. The plane was Enro Ute from Wichita to Kansas City. Below at right is shown burning plane. William Flyn inset right was one of the passengers. Dyke Landman inset left was Pilot. Berrien Cass scouts re elect l. C. Upton governor of Florida May Ous Beattie special to Tho news palladium St. Petersburg fn., Jan. The troubles of sheriff Gladstone ii. Beat to former chief enforce ment Oil Cor of Van Buron county. Michigan Are multiplying and he is Dally making Tho front pages of Florida newspapers. Tuesday sheriff Boal Tio was i Hod to Tallahassee to Confer with governor Carlton and an evening paper hero printed Trio Rumor that Iho governor would remove Short Al non lilo regardless of the election contest which will to heard in court hero wednesday. Sheriff Rentle Whoso election is the subject of controversy is still in Trio Job hero and refuses to Dos cubs his conference with governor curl Lon. Sex county g.a.r. Head Dies today takes Only five to to keep Man Well dressed Fly press ci1icauo, Jan. N. Flop poor first Vico Prenol Dent of the National association of merchant tailors figures hint Between n my j10.000 is enough to cop Iho Well Clr used mini Well dras cd for n year. Trio association is holding tie annual Congo Nylon Hore. Llano no to minimum Roquero Mesils. Ono drowsy Black non for evening either of Iho Cnoc or Inverness Lypo at least half a sack suits in the powder Blue Gray Brno and Holvor i Roii colors Ono or two morning Coats several pairs of striped i rotors two formal Over cons for any use Ono Lio avy Winter ii nor our medium weight town coat of some in ugly material and one Polo coat. Clothes for Spring Hoppner and will to wide shouldered narrow in Stod and Ullh in Lily wide Irons Ora. Tuxedos no no longer to continued. The formal dress to1 1030 will to Tho Ull doors coat m Oxford very dark lilo or Linck. The pc Iii vol Strong and tie in White will to Ilio another of Bonton Harbor s civil wit veterans heard tips it i clock this morning when w. E. Wulker of Pearl Street joined the Lio Sands of the soldiers of the War of to rebellion who Havo gone to rest. Or. Walker passed away it his Humo. To had been confined to his bed since november hand had been a partial invalid for Moro than two years. Or. W n 1 k o r wide acquaintanceship through Bis position a past senior vice com Mander of the Michigan encamp ment Orund army of the Republic. To and also served is Chap Nln for the George h. Thomas Post o. A. Hen ton Harbor and is com Mander of Tho Derrick county a Tallon or. Walker had also been Active in Church work. To was an older in Tho Christian Church for 60 years and had Beon a member for 68 years. Leaves two daughters to in survived by two daughters miss in Arlo in kor with whom he resided and mrs. F. J. Welch of Clil Congo. Thoro Are also six grandchildren two nephews in Chicago and two nephews in Cleveland. Ills wife preceded him in death March and n Nii Gholor miss no Leto walk or died october 30, 1923. The Veteran wan Imron in Ashland police of capital Battle crowds of spaniards 200 Are arrested by associated press Madrid Jan. Police wednesday battled crowds of students boisterously celebrating in the streets of the capital the resignation of general Primo de Rivera for six years Premier and dictator. Almost 200 were arrested and Many were injured several seriously. Clashes occurred in Many parts of Tho City. One demonstration near Tho Royal Palace was dispersed when police five Over the indents Heads. Drawn sabres Wero used to Force Back the Maul stauts in some downtown streets. There were Many fist fights Between the officers and students who Sll outed Viva Rey Mitera Long live the King death to Primo police quickly suppressed shouts of Vica re or Long live the re pub meanwhile general Primo de Rivera whose resignation was accepted by King Alfonso executive As of p. M., tuesday night conferred with his and perennial enemy general Dan so Beve Nguc chief of King Al Fonso Hlll s military household and former commander in Morocco. Newspapers Issue extras Madrid newspapers freed of censorship after Moro than six years. Found so much to say regarding Trio Cabinet crisis hint regular editions were not Sufall count. Extra editions at Midnight handled Hie Over flow of copy. Tho events which led to Resigna Tion of general Primo do Rivera and Tho naming of a new Premier still were not Clear wednesday although a general idea could be gained of what had happened. Sunday morning it 4 a. M., the Dic Tator excited by continued criticism of ills regime reports of defections in Tho army and Navy and Tho Stu dont unrest in Madrid where the National University had Boon closed told reporters he was asking 17 High army and Navy officers to say if he should resign. Newsboys Are Liberty guests forty news Phil Aluni car Rier and were guests of manager Elwyn is the Liberty theatre Day night for the opening run of the picture taming of the shrew in which the incomparable Douglas Fairbanks and charming Mary Pickford play title roles together for the first time. The picture 9 one of the out Star Ding film production of the past year which is Rich in color us scenes thrills and humor. The newbies enjoyed the evening to the utmost and voted manager Simons a Reg Lar to conferred later with King Al Fonso and was mule stood to have Mot criticism tacit p chaps from Bolli Tho Crown and Bis colleagues in pie Cabinet it being pointed Oul that to had in a sense gone Over Tho King s head. In Spain is in other monarchies of Europe the of the King to make or us pors Cdo Cabinet ministers recognized As supremo. In answering the dictator s request for an expression of Confidence or Somo of Tho military figures to whom general Primo do Rivera had resorted rolled that Liilo the would always is port any govt mint designated by Tho Crown they believed it inadvisable for that of general Primo do Elvora to Continuo further. Tho replies surprised Tho Premier. Who had counted upon the loyalty of Tho military Heads All of whom owed their posts to him. To Tho situation with his on the Cabinet tuesday. And Lato in the afternoon loft them to go to to Palace and submit his resignation to King Alfonso. Asho loft the Cabinet to made a remark about Dro Shir to meeting the King. A nicely in which in san in usually neg Nofles impending res Luna. Ton of Tho Premier. Ruvii to ru60 Charles St wart will to in and Hartford thursday and Friday to a. And to nov old subscriptions for Trio Nnws-1 All Donni. Lenno leave orders it Trio Hartford 1-2012 claim Burke s weapon did t kill gangster experts disagree on bullets that killed Frankie Yale new York ballistic experts Alsa greens to whether Frankio Yale Brooklyn gangster was killed by bullets fired from machine guns found at the Lake Shore drive Homo of Fred w. Burke Slayer of officer Charles Shelly in St. Joseph Decem Ber tests wore made in an Effort to prove Yale was killed by Tho same guns which participated in the St Valentine s Day massacre in Chicago when seven Moran gangsters Wero mowed Down in n Clark Street garage. Recently detectives Henry f Butts pistol expert and Stanley Gorman now York ballistic expert wont to Chicago with bullets taken from the body of Tho slain Brooklyn gangster to watch teats made by col Onel Calvin ii. Goddard of North Western University. Scientific tests made detective Butts reported i microscopic examinations Lead re pc Ald Tho Yalo Bullet was not Frei from Burko s machine gun. Detective Gorman s opinion was that three bullets fired from Burke s gun and Ono taken from Trio dead gangster wore n definite and Posi Tive to was unable How Ever to match with certainty Tho Yalo Shell and to test shells. The famed machine gnus discovered at Tho Lake Shore Dilvo Homo where Burke and mrs. Viola Bren Neman resided for two months is or. And mrs. Fred Dane Are now in Tho custody of sheriff Rod o. Bry ant. They Wero found in n locked clothes closet along with other arms ammunition ballot proof vests and Bonds totalling Stolon from n Jefferson wls., Bank on november 7. Durko who effected a sensational escape after shooting Down officer Skully to avoid arrest after n traffic Accident later was identified As Ono of Tho a Lynors participating in Tho St. A Lontano b Day massacre in Chi Congo. Odd Ned expressed Iho Opin Ion Tho same machine guns found at Homo wore Ilio buns ii Sci at Tho killing lie also bullets taken from Yale s body and bullets fired by Iho gnus were similar St. Joseph manufacturer retained a president of Council Louis c. Upton St. Joseph Nanu a Turer was re elected president of he area Council. Boy scouts of America at the annual meeting tuesday night at the hotel Whitcomb St Joseph. The meeting opened with a banquet attended by nearly 300 guests in the main dining room. The five vice presidents each of whom has charge Over some special activity Are Henry Wall Smitn Charles Mosher c. A. Forburger b. Ullstrup and a Dewitt Robinson. Other officers Are Grant Longe Necker commissioner Kirk Suther and treasurer and Oscar Noll scout executive. The Watervliet High school or Chestra played during the banquet. Tho boy scout drum and Bugle corps from the first Community Church Benton Harbor also played under the direction of scoutmaster Eorge Roberts. Community singing was led by Mitchell Willis St. Joseph. Upton presides president Upton presided As Toast master. Assistant scoutmaster Mayer and scouts Rodney Ruth and George Edge Cutno led in presenta Tion of colors and pledge to the Flag. Responses to or. Upton s Welcon ing addresses were Given by Rev George Horst St. Joseph George Molvin Dowagiac Lawrence plym Miles Rev. J. I. Lindsay Cassopolis and n. R. Shelters Watervliet. Each reported Good Progress in his District. High Parker of the Watervliet or Chestra rendered two clarinet solos with piano accompaniment by Fred a null and miss Francos sterner played two violin numbers a com please turn to Page 13 Frank takes the Here is How Frank Scott s desire to Emu Lalo the fabled Tom to Piper s son led him to grief. To a legend tells us stole a pie then beat it. Scott lives at 350 eighth Street. Fie entered Tho sax grocery store near his Home and lifted a cake Tho police Bay. To was taken in or questioning. To plent cd guilty of larceny when arraigned before Justice Elizabeth Korhan and was sent to jail for 10 Days. And now to can think Over another rhyme about All the King s horses and All the King s men can t get Frank out of Tho Jug again or something like that. Strict flying Codei drawn for Michigan state plans drastic regulations for pilots airports by associated press Lansing Jan. Set of rules which would restrict the activities of air plane pilots and perhaps Force Sev eral flying schools out of business was submitted to the state Board of aeronautics for approval wednesday Tho code was drawn by capt. Ray Collins executive Secretary of the new Board. Several changes were made by the attorney general but it remained even after revamping a Broad injunction against Many pres ent practices and is believed to be More drastic than that in any other state. Under the proposed code All air ports and schools will be licensed by the state. Unless the airports have a manager and Crew they will to Given Only temporary licenses designating them As emergency Landing places. Hits barn storming a rigorous provision of the code is that air planes May not land or Lane off except from licensed airports except in emergencies. While this Sec Tion was designated to prevent barn storming by irresponsible pilots. Its effect would be Felt by Pri vate pilots who might wish to land elsewhere. Doubt As to its legality was met with the response that court action to test the Rule is not unlocked for. Regulations thrown around air schools would wipe Many existing schools out of business it was stated. Private pilots May not teach. All Fly ing instructors must bold transport licenses and also instructor licenses from the state. If private owners wish to take students up even with out pay they must remove dual control appliances according to the code in its present form. Parachutes required planes and Fields used in instruction work must meet rigid Specula cations based on the Federal code. No student May Solo with less than or. Peapples was offered the Sutlon As Ohlef a week ago when Llende resigned because the commis Sion refused to increase his salary of a month. At that time he re fused but has been prevailed upon to take the Job. The new chief twice has been a candidate for the Republican Nomi Nee As sheriff. He first entered the race in the 1920 primaries finishing second 1n a Field of five candidates. Former sheriff George c. Bridgman won out with a 900 vote majority. In Tho 1924 primaries or. Ran a close second to sheriff Fred g. Bryant for the nomination. Due to an error in a precinct re port the unofficial count named Peapples As Winner by a majority of 140 votes Over sheriff Bryant a week later the official canvass Dis closed the error which made Bryant Winner by a lean majority of 53 votes. Bryant won recount a recount was held and re sult gave Bryant the nomination by g7 votes. Or. Peapples has been mentioned in political circles As a Likely Candy please turn to Page 13 Hill advances in Arctic co. Eight hours in the air. Students must to instructed in the use of parachutes and be equipped with them during training. Fees running from to will be charged for the licenses issued by Trio state Board All of which will be Sood for Ono year. There wag no indication whether the Board would attempt to Amend the proposed code. Dance at Iris Ball room every wed., sat., and Sun. Adv. 12-28-21 Chicago tries to peddle i. O. U s in new York City by associated press ch1caoo, Jan. Tho school Board turned to new York wednes Day for Money with which to pay Chicago school teachers and other employees. A representative of Tho school Board has been sent East in an Effort to sell in Tux anticipation warrants which previously have been refused by Chicago Banks. The ally and county Gor ornaments meanwhile awaited the outcome of conferences with Tho citizens Relief committee to obtain Money with which to meet Ali or past duo pay Rolls. Allan 11. Us own chairman of the comr Luoc was to Arctura today from Washington. The committee has available the Money having been offered by in go corporations from funds Laid aside by them to meet 1023 taxes collection of which Baa been delayed by reassessments. It is this reassessment which blamed by City county and school Board officials for Tho present Lack of fund. A further delay in tha reassess ment was la Prospect As a result of Tho order by tha Board of review tuesday Tor a now valuation of downtown properly. If interruption should occur tha tax Bills probably will be la the i by May i Leon j. Hill Leon j. Hill local City commissioner and manager of the Benton har Bor Plant of the Arctic Dairy pro ducts company has been made a director in the Arctic company Accord ing to an announcement Mado to Day at Detroit by the president of the concern h. A. Mcdonald. The Arctic company now owns and operates a Large number of plants in Michigan and is one Oltha leading concerns in its hues in the state. It took Over the local hj11 Ico Cream company and Plant on Watey Street in 1027. Or. Hill was retained. As manager for the company hero and is in fact the company s representative in this part of Michigan. During or. Hill s management of his own Plant it expanded steadily and two years ago when la merged with the Arctic company it was. Of Tho big ice Cream plants in Tola part of southwestern Michigan during his affiliation with tha Arctic company the local business has continued to grow jumping from an an Nual production of Gallons of ice Cream to in becoming a director of Arctic company or. Hu1 not Only cements his business relationship with the Detroit concern but wlm adder1 recognition in Arctic i Pany As one of its outstanding Plant managers. Temperatures

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