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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1961, Benton Harbor, MichiganSaturday March 11, 1961 latest news of St. Joseph music Day observed at meeting of 19lh Cellary club music Day was observed when the 19lh Century club met Friday afternoon in the of miss Florence Ritchie 824 Wisconsin St. Joseph. The hostess served a dessert course assisted by mrs. Nica Coder. Mrs. William Huelster presented a paper on Irving Ber Berlin she slated was born in Russia in 1888 and came to America in 1802. He was one in family of eight children and grew up in poverty on new York s East Side. His first Job was As a singing waiter. Some of his Early hits were Alexan Der s ragtime a pretty is. Joseph girl graduates at school girl is like a Blue ekies and in August lain on leave from i the 0. 8. Army Berlin produced a Soldier s show which included Oil How i hate to get up in the Twenty font years Mary f. Bur Khaki miss Mary f. Burkhard daughter of mrs. Frances Burk Hurd 913 Elm Street St. Joseph recently was graduated from lie r Patricia Vance school of Model ing in Chicago miss Burkhard who is an Date of St. Joseph Ilgah school will con Stu Ilies in Chicago in time her modelling. Presently she is pm the army musical comedies ills contributions to musical comedy included face the music and As thousands j Saliou iils is using Agency As a modelling analyst. God bless America was invade popular by Kate Smith in sacred heart i unit of Guild Al cols two mrs. Andrew Daralou was elect tic Early and in 1954 chairman when our lady of Berlin received a special sacred heart unit of the of Merit from president Eison j Marian Guild of is. Joseph Catholic Church met with mrs. William b. Carver Sod North slate Street St. Joseph. Re elected officers included mrs. Edgar Peterson Secretary and mrs. Adam Owca treasurer. Miss Irene Krutsch gave a talk on our of Gunda Lune. A favorite of the mexican people miss Dorothy Crandall displayed rosaries which she had collected lower As a composer of patriotic tongs. Mrs. Huelsberg brought a i i set to the meeting and played Berlin recordings. During the business session a contribution was voted to the nurses scholarship fund project of he Berrien county federation of women s clubs. Mrs. A. L. Anderson s name was submitted is a representative of the club for directorship in inc federa Tion. Youths fined for having alcohol or had been sent parts of the world. Plans were made to assist with the Bridge tournament set to be Gin under sponsorship of the Marian Guild of april 10 and which will continue for six consecutive weeks. Sacred heart act As Host six area hospitals accredited the news palladium Benton Harbor Mich. All included in newest six area hospitals arc on lie newest accredited list published by the joint commission on accreditation of hospitals. They Are mercy in Benton Harbor memorial in St. Justpn Pawa Ting of Niles Lee memorial at Dowagiac Lake View Community in Paw and South Haven Hospital. Tile commission is operated by the american College of sur the american medical association. He american Hospital association and the american College at physicians participating hospitals voluntarily submit flier records and facilities for die commission s annual inspections. The inspection excludes most hospitals under 25 Beds. The Click up covers such Points As fire and safety hazards patient cure complicated cases medical records ethical practices nursing cure removal of Issue in operations and administrative and staff organization. The commission estimates there Are hospitals in tile . Eligible for accreditation. M present apply for the inspection and 75 per cent of those have earned an accreditation rating. Auxiliary of vow elects Page three demo Lav installed Kalli i Yosi is inspect Henton House Church the Rev. R. Bruce a Ocolor we vicar of the St. Augustine of Canterbury episcopal Mission and Martin Lane Benton township supervisor focus attention on part of the two Story House at Kivist Sapier Avenue being used by congregation us a place of worship. Inspection yesterday morning by Lane and other township officials was forced in petition of 91 i air Plain residents protesting temporary use of House As a Church re port on inspection is due at township meeting March 21. Story on Pitre 1 news palladium photo camera coat stolen a South Haven photographer reported to St. Joseph police officers were elected when Friday that his camera was vow auxiliary of Post no. 206 taken for the local senior High met Friday evening in memorial school wednesday night police Hall St. Joseph. Said a reflex camera and rust coloured Trench coat were both stolen luring the Coloma South Haven game. The property is owned by Ross Mcnicholas South Haven. The camera and coat were taken from the Check four youths paid tines in is Joseph municipal court Friday after they were arraigned on charges of in Possession of intoxicants. Phillip l. Pike Ralph e. Parish tid Larry Van Wienberg. Nil of Decatur and Wayne l. Vice. Coloma All paid fines and costs after pleading guilty. I r Folio 111 Lovirt unit for the april Marian Guild Aven mrs. Krumri meeting and cram events for i y As alien this were discussed i Tlle Emsee Pri e went to assisting hostesses were mrs. Pearl Guyney and miss Ruisch. Here for funeral Here to attend funeral services thursday for their aunt mis. Mary Elizabeth Stevens suit 90, in the Carrie Upton Chapel of the first Church of St. Joseph were Holly Stevens of Shelbyville ky., and Montel Anrce people Paul fines and Stevens of last Renneburg by. After j they were guests Jii the Home of municipal court new president is mrs. Otto Saak senior vice president mrs. Daisy Northrop Junior vice pres ident mrs. Lou Lurlain Chap lain mrs. Anna Krumrich con Ductless mrs. Harold Sells treasurer mrs. Ruby White guard mrs. Mary Divitt trustee for three years. Mrs. Otto heels and pianist mrs. John Borlik. Mrs. Anna Krumrich reported on sending a card to mrs. Frank Fello who is in memorial Hospi Tal and mrs. Daisy Northrop read a letter from mrs. August Trapp j who is in a grand rapids Hospi Itell. Final plans were made for a i miscellaneous party March 24. J Delegate to he District meeting i the first sunday of May in South Haven will lie mrs. Nimrie with Nate. A to mrs. Saak. Who also served refresh ments. In St. Joseph Friday. 2502 Riverwood Terrace St. Joseph. Memorial Hospital admissions patients admitted to the St. Joseph memorial Hospital Dur ing the past 2 hours were Benton Harbor mrs. Wal Ter Patterson 585 Bird Street Donald Price 215 Downey drive Charles Robinson. 583 ninth Street Irving Popic 250 North fair Avenue. Eau Claire Carlisle Ben Nett. Lawrence mrs. Robert Grozinger route 1. Surgical St. Joseph _ Cynthia Miller 1429 Marvin drive Lawrence Parness route a Danny Kirk Bey route 2. Benton Harbor mrs. John holistic old route 3 Charles bal cock 410 Blue Ridge Road. Halite Schmaltz route j. Births St. Joseph a boy weighing eight pounds four ounces was born to or. And mrs. Rudy Roberts his Michigan Avenue t . March 10. Sod is a girl weighing six pounds 14 and ounces was bom to or. And mrs. Homer c. Roetzel route 1, at pm March 10. Discharges St. Joseph mrs. Gene Rose Are you having a problem finding the right Coal if so Cau us. A 5-1149 we have name Brand coals Olga jewel and Berwind Pocahontas Bri Quets Cavalier red bar and Many others from Kentucky and w. Vir Ginia. Peoples goal Oil co 155 Nir Khy Tonton Humr and girl route 1 mrs. James Helmrich 2620 Botham court. Benton Harbor _ a mice Sims. 994 Bishop Avenue mrs Frank Kesterke. 363 Brownway drive Don Birkholm 564 Lyn Wood drive. Watervliet mrs. Vernon Russell 159 Johnson Road. Lyle ii logans grandparents or. And mrs. Lytton Logan 803 state Street St. Joseph have received word of the birth of a daughter at a. In. Today in Branson Hospital . To their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Fred Logan. Tile in Fant weighed eight pounds six and a Quarter ounces at birth i she has n sister Cindy 15 months. Mrs. Logan is the former Carol Freeman daughter of mrs. Joseph Freeman of Stevensville. Room according to police. Arrive Here at bedside of stricken father or. And mrs. Roy Birkmd and son Lodd. And and mrs. Clifford Birklid and son Gilmore Are Here from Chi Cago called to he bedside of Elijah Birklid the father of the a Cess. Birklund. The senior or Birklund whose address is Box 240, route 2. Sterei Uville suffered a pos sible heart attack on thurs Day and is confined to mercy Hospital in Benton Harbor. His condition was reported As fairly Good at the Hospital to Day. Physics plans two Etc talks Driver faces Tipsy charge Berrien Springs pro Fessor Max Dresden of the Stute University of Iowa physics department will serve As a visit ing lecturer at Emmanuel missionary College monday and tuesday. He will visit under the auspices of the american association of physics teachers and the Ameri can Institute of physics As a nationwide program to stimulate i interest in physics. The program i2121 drive. Clark received is now in fourth year. Minor forehead Cut was treat professor Dresden will give at mercy Hospital and released lectures hold informal meetings w the with students and assist faculty members with curriculum and re search problems. A Benton township Driver was to be arraigned before Justice Cecil Chapin this morning on charges of drunk driving and leaving the scene of an Accident he was identified is Leon Clark. 30. 425 Euclid Avenue arrested by township police near the scene of the Accident at the intersection of Butler Street and Euclid. Police said Clark drove off after striking the rear of a car driven j5 mrs. Doris a. Anderson. Gound Lor Helph a Yost Koji of or. Ant John Frost 1158 Hast Britain Avenue took his Clair us master councilor of Wolverine chapter. Order of he Demoray of the twin Lii a in a Public ceremony in the Irenton Harbor masonic j Temple Friday a Vonins. Installing him and the other i new officers was be Molly dad Harold f. Koch of do Norborn midi., an Active member of the International supreme Council i order of Demoray and the of fir s executive officer Lor Koch was assisted by the following install Iii Muff of is i officers Tom Moberly Tinor councilor Ron Hubbs. Junior councilor Richard Forbes chaplain Jerry Neary marshal Michael Casic senior Deacon ii nil Murphy org inuit. Optic inks officers seated with Young Frost Are senior councilor Tom Cavkeli Junior councilor Edward g old cub e re senior Deacon Vornon Barnhart Junior Deacon John Richards senior Steward. Luke Junior Steward Richard it of chaplain Keith polio us marshal Alvin Swingle i scribe. Kenneth Poling treasurer Robert Donner orator Pat Raman Almoner. Earl Cox Standard bearer. Dave Brewer Sentinel Ronald Watson and preceptors. Don Spaul Tilp John Walker and Robert Bob Wal lace. Miss Pamela Brinley worthy advisor of the Rainbow girls looked after the guest Book. Fred Crego and Enst crying greeted Gumns at the door. Lilies in charge of the reception were mrs. Robert Hor Nack. Who presided at the Coffee service and mrs. Tom Cave cd who poured Cli. Mrs. Robert Lake served inc Demoray cuke Walker and Kau h Kwost 15-year-old arrested As drunk Driver four Inci sons were on str inking by Lenton har Bor police last night and Early today. A 15-year-old Linton Harbor Romh a mini Iii toned to Henican county juvenile court on five charges after a car lie drive Iii rammed a pile of crates at ninth and Marker streets at 1112 in. Today. The Romh Wax petitioned on charities of violation of probation Drunken min or in Jaxk suasion of intoxicants. Driving Anil no operator s . A in uu1 car. Michael Edwin Davis la. Of 470 Packard Street booked a charge of to the delinquency of a minor and allow ing an unlicensed person to drive. Gerald Wayne Thorpe of Riverside was arrested at a. In. Of a Drunken driving charge and driving without an operator s License. He was halted on East main Street. Emil 11 ass of route 2. Eau Claire was jailed on it drunk charge after he was treated at mercy Hospital for face lacerations. Police said he Cut himself on the broken win Dow of a car behind the Lions Arizona or. And mrs. Carl Czirr 1306 Harrison Avenue St. Joseph have left for a month s vacation in Tucson Ariz. They Are visit ing with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Eugene Johanns former Resi dents. The Jot Muns recently left to open a Park similar to Deer Forest. The Cziras will be present when the Park has grand open ing. Car damaged Gus Jasper. Cleveland Avenue Stiv Oroville told St. Joseph police Friday that a window roller j mechanism was broken on his1 car while it parked in the Dennis hotel parking lot recently. Police believe that someone tried to enter the locked Auto. Good Drivers stick together through the insurance Exchange at the automobile club of Michigan the Good Drivers of Michigan stick together for their Mutual Benefit. They know that As a group they have fewer accidents. For this reason they buy their Auto insurance at reasonable Rales and in the past have shared an unbroken record of safety savings returned on their premiums paid. If you Are a Good Driver you should stick with this Good driving group to earn savings on your Auto insurance. Apply now Detroit automobile inner inn Amneet Exchange tit automobile of visit or Shohl your nearest off Kcf Berrien count division k. Manager 200 e. Main phone a 5-1118, Benton Harbor Gerry Wahl Vul 3-4010, St. To Loti l. J. Boatly or 3-4331, Berrien Springs Nelson Baumeister in 3-833s. Watervliet shop monday nights in Friendly downtown Benton Harbor Over free parking spaces after . Wider selections bigger savings better service these stores open monday nights til 9 , a err by department garb s men s Stort Goodyear service Stort Hal s clothiers Thi Enders co the Hennes Ketter s appliances j. C. Penney co. Ruhring s men s store Steven s ladies shop Thrift shoes Woolworth co. Terry s Friendly downtown Benton Harbor southwestern Michigan s largest shopping Center is. Joseph Man fined s100, costs mrs. Ernest Walker und a Nymn from the Del today mothers club i assisted. Corsages were presented to mothers of the new master i senior and Junior councillors 1 mesdames Frost and Goldinberg by their sons. The Flower talk by dad Koch was a. Highlight of the evening. Discuss school tax proposal Edwin Arthur Hatke 27. Of 1022 j Market Street. St. Joseph was i convicted of a charge of drive him under the influence of intoxicants by a Benton Harbor Muni Cipal court jury Friday. Batke paid a Fine and s30.80 court costs assessed by judge Elizabeth Forliano. Batke arrested feb. A by Benton Harbor police was represented by atty. Phillip Brown. City ally. Thomas n. Stolen car i is recovered tiie proposed school tax Mill age increase in St. Joseph wis discussed pro and con when the National letter carriers auxiliary no. 1177 of St. Joseph met Friday afternoon with mrs. Donald Phipps. Stevensville. President mrs. Wendell Beall presided and mrs. Kenneth Jensen acted As Secretary for mrs. Leota Wavrick Wells who is now making her Home in St. Petersburg. Fla. Mrs. Merle Wallis invited the Robinsonjr. Prosecuted tin Case was not damaged a car owned by Ted state Street St. Joseph. Was so Olin from the Whitcomb Gulf Gas station at port and 11 state streets last night Accord-1 police at . Today North Shore drive. 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