Benton Harbor News Palladium in Benton-Harbor, Michigan
5 Jun 1965

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Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Benton Harbor, MichiganPage two the news palladium Benton Harbor Mich. A daily newspaper published regularly except sundays and holidays at Michigan Oak and , Post office Box 478, Ben ton Harbor Michigan 49023, and representing consolidation of daily palladium and the evening news editor and publishes Stan lev r. second class pos Tarje paid at Benlon Harbor Michigan. Volume 80, number 132 member the associated press Nea service incl audit Bureau of circulations. Telephone a 5-0022 associated press is entitled exclusively to the use Foi publication of a the local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Subscription Kates by mail Al Lefian bar Rich Cass Vau Buren counties one year politics Kennedy to receive top Billing by Bruck Biossat Washington Nea sen Edward m. Tod Kennedy of Massachusetts is going to got future presidential consideration whether he tries to plan for it or not. The failed Kennedy mystique Horn Wilh the Ancess of he late John f. Kennedy is no longer sufficient exp Layalion Why this is so. The fact is that at Teddy is already begin Ning to make it partly on his he is developing a Strong Affinity for Good causes. His now celebrated Victory in defeat on the poll tax ban he tried to insert in the voting rights Bill by Carrier .40c per week. By motor route per month payable m Advance. Six months Sloo was a snarl i i months 5.00 1 a May turn Mil to be the one year manager of the president s six months jl2.oo major immigration proposals three months j whose liberalizing features of one month 3.00 Ectra Many National minorities Jii Ese rates for delivery by mail apply o . Routes and could have Broad voter Impact towns where the delivery by news palladium Carrier is not the Young Sckalor has a plan for a National teacher corps which May give him important representation in the education Field. It would Channel expert teachers into areas with High concentrations of poor Young sters who need extra Ordinary help. Kennedy will offer this As an amendment to a pending higher education Bill. Teddy is lipping into the problems of the aging and he fore too Many months May push a subcommittee inquiry into the question of How Well the admission of some two million for eign refugees and escapees is working out for this country. He has another proposal for a Federal Academy aimed at up. The sagging practice of in the United were it left to me to decide whether we should have govern ment without newspapers or newspapers without government i i hold not hesitate to prefer the utter. Thomas Jefferson Triumph for Michigan it should be of immense satisfaction to every resident of this state that James Mcdivitt and Edward White gained much of the technical education which qualified them As astronauts at the University of Michigan. Both spent years in advanced study in the u. Of m s graduate school. Mcdivitt was a top student White near the top. Joking As they did when White became the first american to walk in space second in world history 4 Vinn. 1____ 1 1 _ v f t these two astronauts seemed like it pair of Happy _ Jaii it healthy teenagers with nothing but fun on their minds. But coolness and intrepidity Are Only a couple of the qualities needed for venturing in space. A sound Back ground in the sciences of space travel is an absolute prerequisite. So it is too with the developing space Industry. And in fact with almost any of the fantastic new industries involving the emergence of abstract principles of Mathe Matics chemistry and physics As vital cogs in our work Aday world. The states that can expect to achieve top benefits from the space age Industrial revolution Are those states that provide the Best educational opportunities not Only to educate their youngsters but also to provide the re search and advisory capacities necessary to encourage and sustain today s complicated Industrial plants. Whatever Money is invested in this state s great colleges and universities will come Back Many fold. New hotel management the Zisook family hotel Chain this week took Over management of St. Joseph Whitcomb hotel for three decades one of Michigan s most famous hostelries until various factors caused it to decline the past five years. The Whitcomb first opened its doors 37 years ago last May. It was then and still is a Beautiful building. It was built As a local promotion the Pride of St. Joseph. But the indebtedness was too Large for the local firm to get through the depression years. The hotel went into receivership in 1931 and three years later was sold to the Frieder family of Chicago. A son in Law of the family the late Leon j. Harris masterminded the operation of the hotel to a Point of Eminence where its cuisine and service were literally famed throughout the nation. Knowing travellers went Miles out of their Way just to spend a night at the Whitcomb. For three decades and even to the present local civic and social groups were Able to hold banquets parties receptions dances amid surroundings and in style equal to accommodations usually found Only in cities Many times the size of the twin cities. Improvement of local roads construction of 1-94 and 1-196, gave Rise to this area s first Large develop ment of Topnotch motels. Their Competition by 1960 was biting into the business that formerly All went to the Whitcomb. Or. Harris was advanced in years and ailing. Now a new management has taken Over the Whit comb with a lease contract that contains an option Purchase. A Central hotel of Quality is important to any Community. Frequently it is the one Best Way of quickly identifying a progressive City. We wish the Zisook firm every Success in its Effort to restore the Whitcomb to its once great prominence. The firm s Success will be a Success for the twin cities As Well. Saturday june 5, 1965 what was thai1? criminal Law slates. Through these various endear ors runs the principle of care Ful Kennedy is not interested simply in tossing armload of Irons into the fire at random. In fact waste motion and false Steps of any kind Are not on the Young Man s Agenda. He has made better use of his 2 years in he Senate than some men do of a decade Here he s a learner a plug a worker a deferential Junior his seniors and an incredibly will ing Helper. Senate majority Leader Mike Mansfield told a fellow demo crat that Young fellow shirks an assignment done everything i Ever him to do. Never he s asked do you remember 50 years ago the dedication of Morton Monument in Morton Park will take place this sunday after noon at 3 o clock the Hon. Mayor Ryzio accepting the Monument for the City. Speeches will be Given by the honorable v. M. Gore and City attorney John j. Sterling. Lyman Cady of Oberlin col lege is visiting his Uncle ally. A. P. Cady of this City Over sunday. Or. Cady who is a graduate of the local High school spent several years in Turkey teaching and is at present taking the theological course at Oberlin. Mrs. Fred Crisp who has been visiting her Sisters mrs. Edilh Lawley and mrs. Lena Nori is has returned to her Home in Prattville Mich. Mrs. Cashier was promoted to position of cashier mrs. William a. Vawter a of Benton Harbor is receiving prominent mention in Michigan Republican circles As possible candidate for membership on the National committee. Mrs. Jacob Stock cute of grand rapids another term Ami mrs. Vawter and mrs. Mary Alger Murphy of Detroit Are the two most prominently mentioned for position. Norris has gone spend sunday. To Daly to yesterday was the first real excursion Day that the Tivin cities have enjoyed so far this season. With the Sun hovering up around the 9fl degree upwards of Soo chicagoan took advantage of the boat trips and visited the sister cities. 25 years ago Verc cashier of the Farmers merchants National Bank was elected president of the institution by the directors tuesday afternoon to succeed the late Fred i. Hosback or. George Taylor first assistant the has said she not seek 10 years ago c. E. Chishing and Wilford Harmon will represent local 232, american federation of musicians at he 58th animal convention of the musicians Union in Cleveland Ohio which opens monday. The Auto specialities manufacturing company new Cal Teria will be officially opened for inspection o Auto s employees and their families this sunday from 11 . To 7 . Robert Reschke is the manager of the new facility. Nearly 200 of i lie finest horses a the Midwest will compete at the House of David Ball Park tomorrow in he fourth annual All Western horse show spun sorted by the bar Rich county sheriff s office. Featured per former of the is Dud Jones the world s Only Blind who does Riding stunts which would be remark Able for a rider with Normal sight but amazing for one with two sightless eyes. Old paleface really started something All letters must carry Complete name and address of the r Riter although pen names or initials May be used at the editor s discretion. Letters under 200 words nil receive preference. The right is reserved to Cut All letters. A Little history land inhabited by the editor the news palladium Here s an answer to i saw your letter in last weeks paper about the mis treatment of he american indians. Along about 1620 the american continent was a vast area of wilderness from Hud son Bay Equator the North o the the South. Country in tribes. Some of the tribes were Friendly and wanted to live in peace Earth and concorde and subdue it and make it yield. Man need to grow food stuff flax Cotton i livestock poultry under con Tro cd conditions or As a Mali Jas he had the Ameri can indians had his was about no i have 1 _. J plenty. Now dear old paleface Don t they 011 tank a fall Man la arc Are left Are belter off than Niles wide is the widest to 1 Miles wide near the lip of worshipped he great some called the great spirit Wincn Tlle a Lac wools in others called of 8amc? often him Wapella. These people even m victims of would have lived in peaceful starvation Destase am other co existence with All people ll05tlc Warl ions were not but Lac hostile indians would in Lucil a mar not let them. Way of life nor could they have a t Inu at that time 1620, the White an live re of Cape Horn and almost Man lived mostly in Europe in Milns crowded conditions. The poorer class were harassed by the. Richer class and he ruling class mostly Kings and such. Miles Long. It was mostly growing land if Good cleared put to use. It was infested by beasts of Many kinds in 1964, before the plane crash that nearly Cost him his life and leaves him somewhat hobbled with Back and leg Handicap. Teddy campaigned for several of his Senate colleagues As if they were All named Ken Nedy. They never forgot it. He is ready to do it again next year though he still tires used Able to More easily than he and May never by la throw away his Cane and Back Brace. Kennedy knows he must take the Massachusetts Jungle has thwarted Many before him. But his political acumen is already considerable and his natural political manner is something most politicians Only dream about. Give please excuse the i age 67. Heap big chief Etta pin thee deaf education the poorer ones of the Lish speaking could come o thought America eng they Ami am submitting the enclose copy of an from the have a peaceful co existence Pittsburgh press As a follow Wolti inc Man they in up to the article which you him two or three More i tended to live in wild game printed on Page m of your Bright periods like these first a raise som livestock have May 20, i9g5. Issue there s vice president Hubert Humph Rey notwithstanding. When Edward Mccormack Kennedy s 1962 primary oppo nent debated him on television he acidly suggested that Teddy would not be in the Battle if a vigorous though not Loo heavy his name were just Edward months of 1965 and Teddy houses and be High on the ladder for the presidential Effort in Hope for county s deaf be Friendly with the natives. I by Andrew r. Along the Atlantic coast Ganton Lien found Many i tribes with a few Moore his Middle is going today he is something hand in governorship Ami . Senate races in Massachusetts next year. Failure to exert Lead sub Luvoy us n Reship would be a negative the politicians would have to reckon with even if his name ended at Moore. That it goes on to include Kennedy offers him a foundation almost any aspiring Democrat would be Happy to build upon were hateful but not Loo bad if All tribes had been As Friendly As those along the talk Calli a to Man that i deaf coast were to Start the indians and White Man May have lived in peace and shared the land even yet. But Hie but the Way the Young Man was not willing Loi statements of belief we Are living in a time when great bodies of the Christian Faith Are re examining their doctrinal foundations in the Light of the 20th Century condition of Man. The winds of interpretation of ancient belief have blown most refreshingly heretofore in Rome where the vat ican councils of the roman Catholic Church have been considering historic documents that include the state ment on the Church in the modern now the United presbyterian Church the fifth largest protes Tant denomination in the United states appears close to adoption of a statement of Faith that also May have a profound effect on modern Christian belief. Much has already been written about the Vatican Council proceedings. The presbyterian approach to a new assertion about the relevancy of Christian Faith to Homan society the first in 300 years came to general attention when the Church s representatives approved a procedure looking to adoption of the statement in 19g7. The most striking thing about this document is its overriding emphasis on reconciliation on Healing the enmities of the special pertinence of this in our world is undeniable. It is a world overshadowed not Only by the overt threat of armed conflict but also by the subtler yet no less significant divergences be cause of racial and economic injustice. The presbyterian statement and that now approach ing approval by the roman Catholic Hierarchy have this in common that they come to grips with Many of the great concerns that must preoccupy thoughtful persons in our time. For catholics presbyterians and Many in other denominations that Spring from the trunk common to All christians these statements will cast new Light on problems of belief in a rapidly Chancine classic Beauty value 5-piece grecian console set a museum piece design 22 it. Gold decorated 4 a distinctively different set that reflects the Golden age of grecian Art. Figures sculptured in ius Talief Are set off by Golden scroll Borders. Elegant antique White and Graf w. You get he Large bowl 2 decorator candies and 2 Nundle Holder Fox Mon. Fri. Til daily teaching a Deal child him learn English later a re search team reported at the University of Pittsburgh. This. Icy Saivii. Refuses the argument thai Early use of sign language inhibits a deaf share the land that he Only occupied and Only needed j of. The Inland tribes were j 11k. Luuy was mostly Savages that killed Ami j by or. Jack w. . Dis loroyed the White Man his possessions. Cod said be fruitful multiply and replenish and the from learning to talk write and lip read. Was concluded Ciatur Dean of the school of education at Pittsburgh and it. K. Hots stick less i to Fessor of special education and rehabilitation. It was financed Wilh a Rani from the . Office of education. Or. Birch and or. Stuck less studied a group of deaf children half with deaf parents Over an 18-month period. Among their findings 1. Deaf children taught sign language from infancy tend to read write Ami Fiji read belter than other deaf Chil Dren. 2. The very Young deaf child needs a method of communication and can learn signs much faster than speech. 3. Parents May communicate via sign language with pre school deaf children with out fear they Are jeopardizing the later learning of English. The study included 78 Chil Dren of hearing parents Between the Ages of three and five in Pennsylvania Indiana and Connecticut. Or. Birch and or. Stuck less found the Early use of sign language leaches a child the value of communication and gives him an advantage Over a child Wilh no Means of expressing him self. The i itts Borg i Ress i in All fairness to the parents of the deaf children in your area i believe it is your duly to keep them abreast of All i aspects of educating the deaf child. Ii is apparent from the j philosophy of some of your local teachers of the deaf that hey Are not up to Date on their particular research in area of work the deaf like All other human beings have individual abilities and aptitudes. Some of them can become Fli enl in Oral communication and in lip read ing skills and for these few we agree with or. Canten Heidi that they perhaps can learn to communicate in the s a language we All however Bis reasoning in this matter . Thus there is simply no need for Finger spelling or sign is somewhat awry. When used properly by persons trained in its us Unge both Fin Ger spelling and the american manual language provide one of the most useful and flexible visual aids available for teaching the deaf. To play Down the merits of such a Fine Media of communication development for Leaf children is in effect to impose on them an additional Handicap of educational deprivation As pointed out in the enclosed article. Should your readers desire More information on the study referred to in the enclosed article they should write to prof. Jack w. Birch school of education University of Pittsburg Pittsburgh a. Sincerely Richard k. 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