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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Benton Harbor, MichiganFinal edition Michigan s biggest buy for Reader and for advertiser Benton Harbor Mich., Friday june 23, 1950 20 pages Price five cents weather forecast warm and humid with tonight saturday fair and code temperature readmit from thurs soon to Frt 12 a. 85 3 p. A. 88 8 p. M.80 12 a. 17 3 a. M. 6 a. A 9 a. M. N. 76 76 80 88 8 . Fliers saved atty. Ross Lamb May run against Hoffman the news Learned today that atty. Ross h. Lamb of Benton Harbor is thinking seriously of opposing rep. Dare e. Hoffman of Allegan for the Republican nomination for Congress in the fall primary. Lamb himself was not available for comment today but has office went so far us to say that he will Rte nicely announce his candidacy next week. Previously atty. Lamb was quoted by friends As saying he had not made up his mind to rim but Felt that it was time the Veteran fourth District con Gressman stepped Down in favor of some other Republican Candi Date. If he runs Lamb indicated it will be on u platform sup porting the Hoover plan for governmental reorganize t Ion Aid to Farmers without subsidies and Tariff Protection for certain american industries. Ally. Lamb a native of Indiana is prominent and widely known in the Field of corporate Law practice. Sen. Bonine out to win fifth term files for seventh District nomination sen n Tor g. He Voct Bonine e Vandalia today filed petitions with the Secretary of state seeking the Republican nomination for another term As seventh District senator according to an associated press dispatch received Here from lans ing today. The seventh District includes Ber Rien and Cass counties. Senator Bonine currently is completing his eighth year fourth term ill office. He is the first Man in recent political history to hold Hie office of seventh District senator for More than two terms. To Date there has been no announced opposition to senator Bonine for the Republican Nomina Tion oils year. Bus pay talks Here stymied Lansing june state labor mediation Board today certified to governor Williams that negotiations Between the twin City motor coach company of Benton Harbor and the Al Street railway and motor coach employee s Union Are deadlocked. Noel p. Pox Board chairman asked Williams for the appointment of a special mediation commission under the Public uti Lutcs Secton of the state labor mediation Law. Williams said he would act on the request Nytar talking with Fox. Arrest Man in ice pick stabbing he went winery business in 1943 the Van Bur ii the late w. R. Payne Bank receiver during the big depression of the 1930 s and has since been connected with numerous manufacturing interests. If atty. Lamb opposes rep. Hoffman which appears certain lie is expected to make a Strong bid for Van Buren county votes. He was Active in promoting recent Legisla Tion benefiting grape growers Anc wineries in Van Buren. Fine girl has Pound baby Omaha june ten year old girl and her Newborn son were in excellent condition in an Ohama Hospital today. The baby who weighed six pounds eight ounces was delivered tuesday without any special measures a Hospital spokesman said. The girl described As Small for her had been in the Hospital several weeks. She had been build the spokesman said the girl s name and address would be with held. The child he said will prob ably be placed for adoption very Given blood transfusions up her strength. To male hospitalized with 3 wounds b-29 Falls in Pacific near Guam Henry Anders. 39, Sodus farm was being held at thu labourer county jail today for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon after his common Law wife Bertha Blackmon 31, was hospitalized last night with three ice pick wounds in the Torso. According to a report filed by Berrien deputies Dale so infer and Joseph sicker Anders admitted stabbing his wife Dur ing an argument Over a Little the alleged stabbing occurred on the Virgil Umphry farm one mile North of Sodus where Anders is officers were summoned to the Umphrey residence shortly after 8 p. M. They said miss Blackmon told them she had a burning. Feeling inside. Taken to mercy Hospital miss Blackmon was found to have been wounded three times. She was later transferred to the county Hospital at Berrien Center. Her condition was described As fairly Good. May recall guardsmen Morristown to univ june 23 violence shaken Community awaited a decision today on whether National guard troops will be returned to the bloody strike scene at the american Enka corp. Rayon Plant. 203 dynamite Caps found South Haven Beach posted South Haven Street commissioner Warner and police officer William Mcneal erect one of several signs posted along a. Two Block is retch of he South Haven Public Beach warning against dangerous dynamite Caps believed strewn there by three boys news palladium no photo by Mccrimmon South police scan s. H. Beach warning signs posted at scene South Haven june police Here arc continuing an intensive serach for j97 danger Ous dynamite blasting Caps still missing along n two by calf so Rulch of he City s South pub Lic Beach along Lake Michigan. Tie arc reported to have been strewn carelessly along the Beach by three boys who allegedly had stolen them from Allen t. Chesebro local resort owner and blaster. City authorities late thurs Day posted signs along the Beach area Reading warning dynamite blasting Caps Are highly danger Ous do not touch or special Metal locating equip ment is to be brought to South Haven monday. The Caps Are in Metal shells about one Inch Long and smaller than a Load Pencil in diam Eter chief Hardy said. Their explosive Force is enough o seriously injure a bather or Beach visitor the chief said. Three South Haven boys two 11 years old and one 14, have confessed stealing the Caps and throwing them along the teach. Originally some Caps were stolen chief Hardy said. Some 600 were found in a Cache near the scene of their theft. Two Hundred More were found on the Bench 111 two boxes 100 to a Box by private citizens. Three of the Caps were located along the Beach by searching police officers. Problem Pooch keeping tills Little dog Teddy is against apartment rules but Joan sell incr 8, has Only a few months left to pet him. The Chilli is ill with leukaemia. Because the never would Lake Teddy away from Jun her parents Are House Hunting at Cleveland o. The Landlady Lias Given them until july 1. At Navy plans flush deck Flat top Carrier to replace one Johnson banned Washington june 23 of tiie Navy plans to Start building a flush deck aircraft Carrier in 1051 Only a Little smaller than the huge vessel which became a Center of controversy last year after construction on it was halted. A High Navy official confirmed Insl night that the joint chiefs of staff and Secretary of defense Johnson Hud give i a go ahead on the new vessel. It will have a run Way about 25 feet longer than the 986-foot deck on the largest u. S carriers now in service. The projected super car Rier which Johnson junked last year after the keel had been Laid would have been feet Long and would have Cost an estimated the new Carrier is expected to Cost somewhat less. Summoned Washington june senators investigating the 10-15 amerisia Case summoned Diplo mat John s. Service for further questioning today about Pur ported Fri testimony that he passed secret military data to a defendant in the Case. Three of 11-Man Crew missing Craft on training flight Tokyo. June men of the 11 Man Crew of a suit Erfort Down 140 Miles off Guam were rescued today by a crash boat. Three others arc missing search for them continued. The crash boat reached Tho survivors of a b-29 crash before dusk far East air Force head quarters announced. V Navy units taking part ill a widespread air and sea Hunt were steaming toward the area. A dispatch from Guam said the Navy Fleet tug Munsey a Vicc cd to reach the scene at ., Guam time or 7 a.m., Eastern Standard search planes which hew out from Guam reported no sign of the giant bomber itself. Tile missing b-29 was stationed on Guam with the 19th bomb Wing. It was returning to Guam from a practice bombing Mission to Oki Nawa when h lost Contact with the land yesterday afternoon. The flight from Guam to Okinawa is about Miles. At Hartford boys ransack legion Post Hartford june two six year old Hartford boys it Avo admit Ted breaking into the american legion Post Home Here thursday afternoon Ranu Mcking the building and doing Over damage state police at Paw Paw said today. The two hoi s have Lccy re leased to the custody of their Pur cuts and Are expected to be turned Over to probate court authorities often org said. The two have admitted they broke into he building through a basement window. They Are reported have ransacked cup boards and closets strewing their contents Over the floors to have smashed dishes to have started several Small fires on the basement floor and to have burned several candles in the building. Nothing of any particular value has been reported taken Accord ing to troopers. The act is alleged to have been committed Between 12 noon and 5 Friday now hold pm Slock new York june 23 a Gen eral motors corp. Reported today the number of its common and preferred stockholders was in the Sec Ond Quarter this year. This is a de Cline from in the first 1050 Quarter and from in the second Quarter a year Ngo. Carrier boy delayed wheels stolen if news palladium subscribers in the North Shore drive area did nol receive their papers until late thursday it was t the fault of their Faith Ful and ambitious Carrier Bill Renbarger. Bill covers a wide territory afternoons and uses his bicycle. Yesterday he had no Bike because some thief stole both wheels leaving Only the bicycle Frame while Bill was fishing for Perch on the North pier in St. Joseph Bill went fishing in the Forenoon and left his Bike at the landward end of the pier. When it came time to leave and deliver his papers he found Only the Frame of his bicycle. A thief had detached and stolen the wheels and tires. He promptly re ported the theft to the police but they Don t hold Oul too much Hope of recovering the wheels which would lie difficult to identify. The news palladium Carrier is the son of or. And mrs. W. Vachel Hon Barger 194 ring Ziway Benton har Bor. The paper route was covered with the hell of Jim Spencer another news palladium Carrier who volunteered after completing is own de liveries. Sanitary dry cleaners drive in Wash. Pipestone its. B. Baling done string or wire. Pm. 7-2755 b. H. Loader turn. The St. Joe Auto theatre 3 Miles South of St. Joe on . 12 is now showing 2 Complete shows every a Ltd. Adv. We deliver cold Beer tiny time North Shore inn. Pm. 5-4121. Rummage Sale All Day sat. June 24. 208 Pipestone. College student with Power Mower desires moving jobs. Pm. 8484. Exper sales lady wanted. Ungers dept. Store 108 n. Main. Strawberry Shortcake festival june 24, 6 to 8 p. Methodist cd bstnt., Keeler. Adults 50c, child. 35c demonstration Sale. Come in to Day and let factory trained experts teach you How to Lay your Kentlee floor free. Malgala Rug co., 206 main St., St. Joe. The is City of Cleveland Iii shown being warped to the Silver Beach Dock in St. Joseph thursday o e ver each of n Joseph thursday afternoon the big it line ship which brought 200 grand rapids chamber of Commerce members to the twin cities in the last leg of their annual cruise today was due at Mackinac Island with twin City chamber of Commerce members who Are Mak ing their annual cruise to Detroit. Tower picture shows local cruisers boarding a Chesapeake Ohio Streamliner Here thursday evening for the Rau trip to grand Haven where they boarded the Lake ship. The grand rapids cruise ended Here. Fog slows cruise ship a Oaid is cite of Cleve land Iii june 23 radio Tele engines at he is City of Cleveland carrying 00 Benton Harbor St. Joseph number of Commerce members crept through heavy fog off North plan Lou Island at noon today with Mackinac Island As the first scheduled port of Call. Because of dense fog made Mafte More disagreeable by heavy Lake swells the ship was four to five hours overdue at Mackinac Island and it appeared thai welcoming events and other activities there would be sharply curtailed. Due at the Island at noon the ship was not expected to arrive until 4 or 5 o clock which would Cut Shore scheduled Carriage Tours and a party planned by or. And mrs. Vincent Switzer of Benton i Arbor at their Island estate a Good Many of the passengers were seasick this morning and or. Charles j. Ozenn was Busy provid ing what Relief he could. Cheboygan and Sault Ste. Marie stops Are scheduled after Mackl Nao Island. City cruisers and of the grand rapids twin members cruise got together for a series of events thursday afternoon follow. Ing the arrival of the City of Cleve land Iii at the Silver Beach Dock in St. Joseph. Mayors Gideon and Tiscornia of Benton i Arbor and St. To Sec cruise Page 3 bus passenger badly Hurt flying Glass woman injured in truck sideswipe a passenger on an Indian trails Inis received serious in juries last evening As a result of an unusual Accident on us-12 a mile West of Colina. Three other persons also received injuries of varying decree in mis haps on Weitien highways thurs Day night and Early this morning. One of the victims Harold Swift 38, of route 3, Niles was reported in Only Fai condition at Pawa Ting Hospital Niles from injuries received evening when struck by a car and thrown from the tractor he was driving. The injured bus passenger was mrs. Eva Pollott 60, of Lake Odessa Mich. She was struck in the left foot by Glass from a rear View Mirror of the bus thrown through the Windshield after the vehicle had been sideswiped by n pickup truck loaded with baled Hay. An artery in mrs Follett s foot was severed by the Glass causing severe bleeding before she could be nishid to mercy Sec injured Page 17 reassessed cars Clown month. C 11 i e n x finance co. Band concert saturday Nite 8 Salvation adv. Tackle Cane poles Sun Clay 10 to 4c30. Eves to Corn Stock Howe. Co., Niles avc., St. Joe. Rummage pop Stone b. H. Monday june 26. Housekeeper in Motherless Home. Middle aged pref. Gall after 8 0011. Fishing tackle and licenses. Open evenings until 11 p. M. Dwan hotel Cigar store. Enterprise loaners pm 6905, defends self career Diplomat John s. Ser vice def tints himself on the wit Ness stand before the Senate for reign relations committee at Washington yesterday answering charges nude by sen. Joseph Mccarthy in was that he collaborated with ser vice Lias been frequently named by Mccarthy in his claims that the stale department was red infiltrated. Al three Hurt in Accident land suits dismissed a dismissal of the land condemnation proceedings against 10 Baroda Farmers by the Michigan Gas and electric company was revealed today by probate judge Malcolm Hatfield. Judge fat fled stated that not vol Una agreements were made be tween the parties. The owners of the land were John c. And Elizabeth Plelke Albert r. And Emily Plelke George and Cath Erine Busick. Charles and Lena Herman and John and Mollie Freehling one rack better summer 5, All sizes. Stye shop drive less car hits signal Post three persons suffered minor in juries in a two car collision that rolled one of the cars Over at the intersection of Empire and Colum bus avenues at last evening. According to Benton Harbor police Hay Kriegr 45, route 1, Coloma driving South on co Limiatis old them he failed o Stop for the Empire Avenue through Street. His car was hit broadside by an Auto driven West on Empire by Dennis a Sommerfeldt 18, route 1, Bonlon Harbor police reported. The Krieger car was turned Over on its left Side by the Impact. Mrs. Evelyn Krieger 44, wife of Krieger received lacerations on the right Elbow and Joanne Krieger 16, daughter sustained a Cut on the Scalp. Mrs. Augusta Schuhknecht 78, 114 Parker Avenue a passenger to som Merfeldt s Auto had lacerations and. Bruises on the right Nam. The injured Trio were taken to mercy Hospital in a Florin ambulance. All were released after treat ment. Police issued two traffic violation tickets to Krieger one charging failure to Stop for a Stop Street and the other for faulty brakes. Another one car Accident in the City at n. M. Today resulted in a pair of traffic tickets for the owner of a car that took off with out to Driver and smacked a traffic signal Post. Police said Jimmy Brown 412 Miller Street had stopped Ilia car and got out momentarily on Enst main Street near fourth Street. Tho car began to Roll Driver less Down Grable and ended up against the traffic signal Post at the Southeast Corner of Tho Nln and fourth streets intersection. Tho pole was Bent and Tho Concrete a rotund its base was broken. Officers gave Brown tickets for failure to have an l and for improper parking

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