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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1961, Benton Harbor, MichiganMichigan s biggest buy for Reader and for advertiser final edition Benton Harbor Mich. Saturday March 11, 1961 20 pages Price 7 gents weather forecast cd at tonight Cloudy sunday not much temperature change temperatures headings from j i. Noon to Sal. Noon 12 a. 3z c a 37 0 p. A. 33 12 a. 31 3 a. M. 0 a. M. A a in. 12 a. Relative humidity 71% in kills Bangor boy around town Arlisle inspired cml lease duly plan train ride m other local talks a photograph which appeared in yesterday s news palladium of a wave swept Beach stirred to Many memories for a St. Joseph woman that she plans to take lip a paint Brush after a four year respite from the past time. Mrs. Al Pastrick of 3714 san dra Terrace mostly used a Relig ious theme for her previous paintings some of which arc Hung in the St. Peter s evangel ical Church. Tie Vista South from the St. Joseph pumping station was Cap tured on film by no photographer Arnold Street. Mrs. Pastrick Enid she will use a print As a guide for her Oil painting. I be always liked the mrs. Pastrick said the Way the Waves hit the it. Col Marvin c. , son of mrs. Rma ii. Miller 1002 Lake Boulevard. St. Joseph is on lend least duty with the state department Al Washington. He was one of the first in a group of 11 military men and 11 career men in be exchanged for temporary duty Between the de i tense and state i departments. I the purpose of it he assignments i is to acquaint sen Lior officers in i both departments Ion policies and i problems of Mullal concern be a liven defense and slate. Col. Miller has been on his new assignment for two months. The former St. Joseph Man vent into the army in 1039. He earned a Silver Star in june 1953, for fearless exhibition of courage when the korean War was at its Peak. Tie citation credited Miller with exposing himself to mortar fire at an advanced Post. This display practically in front of the communist troops encouraged ground to prevent further penetration of the general Posi Tion in that area. At the time. Miller was a major in lie 27lh infantry which was part of the 25th division. He the Bronze Star the legion of Merit the purple heart and the combat infantry Man badge with Star. He and his wife presently re Side in Arlington a. Tale of the legion Post slots to genes put away your lantern the Legen Ciarav search for an Jpn est Man can be considered Over in los Angeles. Douglas William Johnson right an unemployed janitor found in Cash in the Street Friday while out looking for work Ami turned it Over to the Fri. Later it turned out the Money had fallen out of the open rear door of a brinks inc., armoured truck which had just made a pickup at is nearby Hank. Here Johnson is thanked by the truck messenger p. R. Young left us William g. Simon head of the los Angeles Fri office watches. A wire photo he gives it up finds 46 years wages in Street try Handsaker j us a a Chi Ives Hac con la in in or s a con a n n or he in outpost nearby to stand ill i ill fell out of Ilbrink s inc its Roun i m f u lick into a so incl. A lather out Hunting a Job found it and called the Fri. I thought if i kept that Money i d never Able to look my iliac a kids in the face said Douglas William Johnson 50. When he works which has been half the Lime in the last six months tie neatly dressed negro maintenance Man washes windows and hauls away rubbish. He averages when working about a week. In vain Friday Willi his wife Helen 38, he drove loan Apar lenient under construction where he had an a the Chicago bound Chesapeake Ohio Stream liner glides to a Slop at the Ben ton Harbor sunday ave iting. March 10, 48 sorter school mum cub scouts ranging in age from Point mint to see about cleaning 8 to 11 years will pile off the a j 1c debris. The Man lie was coaches. Iiri led by what Many will be the thrill of their i lives. The cubs of troop 4, Are look ing Forward eagerly and Imp to Cully to what with three exceptions will be heir first train trip. Escorted by John Lowry cub master the travellers will Board the train at Hartford at p. M. It will be a comparatively Short ride but one to remember. C. It o. Trainmen arc arranging for the cub scouts to have a Complete tour of the gleaming Anil fast sleeping Streamliner including the boys fervently Hope a visit to the two big Cronl diesel locomotives that haul the Chicago flier As guests of the Engineer and fireman. There they la Sec the train controls and told How they arc operated. May be icy la even get an oppo Turli Sec 6, Sec. 2, col. -1 inside pages skct10x one Safe looted of at feed finn in Chis Zopolis Cassopolis Safe burglars entered Community Mills a feed supplier during the night and got away with Cassopolis Village police disclosed today. Chief skip Kellott said the loot included s325.19 in Cash and in checks. Chief Kellogg said entry was made by forcing a sliding door. Once i Iside the burglars stole some tools from the basement and then began hammering on the floor Sefc. Victor Peterson an employee of the Mill discovered he burglary at this morning. The Burf Lars also smashed open a Coke machine but left behind the 20 cents its contained. Erti Corials Page 2 St. Of Supli 3 women s Section .1 age 4 Church news .1 ago 5 Section a obituaries 1 nge 10 two sports i 2 comics to Kadio. ,1 age 5 markets 6 school of Charm. Queens Brush up on , walking make up. 6 lessons s12. Registration mod 8 . National Bounly College 161 pipes Louie. Adv. Whf pm Troy is. Urisman at ponies is. St. John s at and Coloma is. Buchanan at dial 09.9. Adv to see was t in. As lie drove away the Canvas bag Lay in the Street in front of his car. The Brink s truck had been aug it from he United California Bank to the Federal Reserve Bank. Fifteen Money bags were piled High inside the truck. One apparently Slid off the pile hit a horizontal inside handle that released the door and fell into the Street. A guard inside the truck sat facing Forward updating his records Ami did t notice the Ozien door. Driver Robert Downs. 42, saw it when he happened to glance Back through a rear window in his compartment. Kin scores of police and Fri Asels were scouring the truck s past route when Johnson telephoned the Fri i be got something Here see Back Page see. 1, col. 5 Union pier Lake body identified victim of plane crash in november new Buffalo the body washed up on the Lake Mich Igan Shore near Union pier Fri Day Lias been identified As that of Roy or Conwall 2li, of Shab Bona. A War Slizer musical instrument co. Pilot who died with two other men on nov. 2fl. 10go. When the plane crashed into the Lake. The Pilot s widow Connie made identification by i and n Necktie. The Man s dental Chart also inn Etc identification positive. The body was found by Union pier resident Ralph Trizhn at . Friday. The Wulk scr plane disappeared after Radi oing s Meier Field for Landing instructions. the musical instrument com Pany has pressed a helicopter and a jeep into the search along the Beach and out into Hie Lake they Are hoping to find Thi other bodies and the wreckage of the two engine plane. The Grce Waii body Wax first taken to the Smith funeral Home in new Buffalo. The body will iii., shipped to Shabbona funeral services. Hey kids you can win a Little Puppy four youngsters in southwestern counties will to Able to count heir Way to a Puppy next week in a contest sponsored by the . Tie contest is in Observance of National want and week which runs from Mondov to saturday. Eligible Are boys and girls aged 6 through 12, in bar Rich Van Burn Cass and ail Gan counties. Contest rules rules for the contest Are these spotted throughout no classified advertisement pages on monday through Friday next week will be the Send inc want ads work wonders youngsters must count them and submit the Correct total for the week. Then the youngsters will have to Complete the sentence i would like to win one of these puppies contest Blanks will appear in the classified Section each Day next week. Entries arc due March 22 it s o clock. Winners will be announced March 27. Four top winners will each receive a Puppy Doit Al by modern aviaries of St. Joseph. Tie single top Winner will also receive n of ilog fond from Leonard s super store of Ben ten Harbor complicated chronology comes up involvements arc unfolding by Dewki Hanks no staff writer three illegal Slot machines stolen from the Stevensville american legion club a week ago were confiscated by bar Rich Slier. Iff s officers Early today and he three teenagers who had them were held on burglary charges. Tie three youths All students at Lakeshore High school were arrested at a. M. Near the Stevensville legion Hall by Spe Cial Deputy William Barca township Constable who stopped their car and found the machines in the trunk. Under questioning at the Sher Iff s office one or the youths con fessed to the legion burglary and also admitted breaking into the Stewart school wednesday night and stealing s191.80 in to t Luttich Money according to Sher Iff s detectives. Implicates 1 als det. Victor Yost said 17-year old Dennis Taugher route 2 Stevensville gave them the signed statement i which he admitted the two break ins and implicated his two companions in the Stewart school burglary. Held with Baugher were Frank Ralph Harry a route 2, Stevensville and Bruce. Allen Shively 18, mar Quitte Woods Road. Baugher said he and Harry broke info the legion club and took the Slot machines and told detectives both Harry and Shive by were with him at the Stewart school Yost said. Deputy Edwin Hart said he found a switchblade knife with a four Inch Blade in Harry s pocket and booked the youth on an added charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Yost and Barlaz said the three were charged with the Stewart school entry because All three allegedly participated in it neither Harry nor Shively would admit taking part in either break in he officers said. Though Tow they said Baugher told them he and his companions were on their Way to the Stevensville american legion club to return the Slot machines when they were stopped by Nitz. Baugher said they intended to set the machines inside the door. Detectives said the boys Emp tied about s40 out of he machines but there was still Money in them when they were confiscated. Sheriff Henry Griese said this morning prosecutor Ronald Lange would have to make a judgment As to what action would be taken against the american legion club for having the machines if any. He said he doubted if the machines were in use because his department would have known of it if they were. The sheriff said Many private clubs have Slot machines but have them stored be cause their use is illegal. Prosecutor Lange was not available for comment. The Slot machines were tagged and stored in tie sheriffs office evidence vault. Investigating officers said the three broke into the Stew Art school wednesday night through a rear window and picked the lock on tie door of a Small room off the school office where the lunch Money was kept in a Box. The three youths will probably be arraigned monday in Munici pal court according to detectives. Up 64 in Flats raid police swoop into foil alarm system Sand pit site of tragedy lad 8, had crawled in play Tunnel fifteen City Ami state police officers broke into n Benloki Harbor Flats tavern Early today and rounded up b4 persons on gambling and illegal liquor charges. The raid at the snack bar 136 Market Street was pulled Oft at a. In after members of the state police rackets squad disguised in beards and old had bought illegal liquor and i participated in card and Dice j games. The unexpectedly Laige haul of prisoners included a Well known hats gambling figure. Toni big Wash Smith 54. Of 424 of urn or Nam tragedy Colfix Avenue was booked on a struck the tiny Rural Community charge of operating a gambling of to Quin South of Covert yes House i he rear of the tavern i Ter Day evening when an eight Smith who weighs about 240 year old boy suffocated in a v t to i5 Sand Cave he had been playfully months to 2 years in prison on a digging in gambling charge in fl58. In f he times scheduled tomorrow a Quirch dispute waxing holler episcopal Church services were scheduled to be held tomorrow morning at 10 o clock in he controversial fair Plain House Church despite a suggestion from objectors that a violation of the Law is being committed. The Rev. R. Bruce Wheeler vicar of tile St. Augustine of Canterbury episcopal Mission said services were held there last sunday and he plans to hold services there again tomorrow. Withholds comment he Aid he was not prepared to comment on the statute which has been quoted by residents of the neighbourhood who arc objecting to the use of the House by the integrated congregation. Atty. J. D. Hartwig of Benlon Harbor representing the prop Perty owners said this Moning thai the owner occupant or per son in charge of the building could be judge guilty of a Mise Meanor if he allows a meeting to be held there. Asked if the property owners intended to push Lor enforce ment of the statute tomorrow atty. Hertwig replied he Felt it was the responsibility of town ship officials to look to compliance of the statutes. The Rev. Wheeler said inspections of the building have been made of Safe occupancy. At Napier the congregation wants to use the House located at 322 Napier Avenue for 15 to 18 months until they can build a Church. The matter now lies in the hands of the Benton township zoning Board. Meanwhile some 51 objectors raised a Little known and apparently Little used statute. To try to Block the Mission Church from using the House. They Askari for an inspection and certification of the premises. Benton supervisor Martin Lane accompanied by aides made the inspection. He said he Danny Efting South Haven tragedy in e Aan Efting june 1900, he paid a Fine for son of or. And mrs. Wilverd operating a gambling House. Efting. Of route 2 Bangor a As operators i a Rainy had crawled into the booked on charges of operating Cave about 24 Indira before the an illegal liquor establishment Sand gave Way. Were Kenneth Smith and his he was found in a nearby Sand wife Juanita both 46, Propri pit. A favorite play spot for tors of the snack bar. J neighbourhood youngsters by his sixty one other persons All i Mother who had begun search negroes were charged As inmates ins for the boy Wren he failed of a disorderly House. Benton Harbor police chief to return Home for dinner efforts fail he and lived of and Ford to Brothers and physician or. Delbert Frain blvd me not used in the cause they were too Well known according to the chief making Utah sgt. Steve Gallot headed up Niad c delroi1 from a brother Tod 30, state h in learn Sand pm. An Hou other officers included Mccarroll Sec Lack Page Sec. 1, col. 8 boy tumbles out of Auto later at dinner time mrs. Efting began to look for three de her son when he did t return who made Home. Police quoted the older found the youngster shortly afterwards in the self made Cave his feet sticking out from the Sand Bank. According to police Danny had a Small Cave in the Side o f the Bank and crawled in about 24 inches before he was overcome by the soft Sand which covered him from head to Wai St. The Young victim was born 22. In Bangor town Anci was a third Grade Pupil in the Bangor elementary school. Besides his parents survivors Niles a woman driving her car near Friday heard Ilie rear door of her car Ozien ing. She looked out the or a i window Ami saw her four year Lulu Etc three Brothers Jay rom old son sprawled on the pave-1 Anci Al Home anti his mom. J maternal Grandfather Eric bred slate troopers said the of Bangor. Boy Joseph Barrett the son of i k1tks Giyei Road. Niles suffered no monday at -1 ? in the Calvin Ines i funeral Home Hartford with the related Al Rev. Robert Gorbold pastor of Federated Church scheduled for March 21. I fell out of the car. Former principal Dunbar Dies at 80 tre fireworks Washington teams sters Union president James r. Hoffa Lias set july 3 for a Miami Beach Union convention at which he will land for re election. Nimse si6 Terr. Mon.tti7s. Adv. Easier permanents a up. Pm j dire beaut. Shop a 5-8301. Adv. 56 autom. Washer. Rons. A i 5-99g3 after g. Adv. Week buys 3 rooms new furniture 716 so. Fair adv. A former Benton Harbor High school principal Frank Winsor Dunbar. Of Box 37, North Shore drive died at p. M. Friday j at his Home at the age of 80. He Hart been in fail ing health since the first part of february. Or. Dunbar bras born March 1881, in Elkhorn wis. The son of the Lale or. And mrs. Winsor dim 1 bar. He was a 1904 graduate of the University of Wisconsin and. Following graduation served As principal of the the family has suggested that donations be made to the Hart Ford Federated Church building Lund riot feared in Jackson Union Grove wis High school Tor two Vears Detorr s i rank Dunbar of Job 20-Ykahs in 1925 he became the business manager of the Benton Harbor school system a position which i he held for 20 years. I or. Quimbar was a former i lie surer of Denton township and was a member of the town i ship Board of review for Many years. He was also n member of see Back Page Sec. 1, William h. Yacht club said trouble if it comes would undoubtedly mean mowing Down Many mentally de ranged inmates with machine he said the prison now houses some clouding too mentally deranged in mates who lie said administrators and guards constantly. He said one psychotic could touch oif in tie prison at any to

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