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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Benton Harbor, MichiganMichigan s biggest buy for Reader and for advertise r Benton. Harbor Mich. Saturday october 31, 1970 Page three twin City area highlights 29 of 51 arrested in raids deny guilt _ 4 a Campus landscaping gift Lake Michigan College president James Lehman left wields the shovel and state sen. Charles Zollar holds in place the first tree to be planted on the Campus from a major gift of Nursery Stock by Zollar and his wife. The gift of Birch Maple and flowering Plum Trees enabled the College Board to drop a 000 item from its Campus landscaping plans that had called for starting with bigger Trees. Remainder of the Trees will be planted soon possibly during a Campus Arbor Day at which students faculty members and administrators will be invited to take part in the Job. Another participant in planting first tree this week was Eugene Harmon student Senate president. Harmon was not on hand when this photo was taken. The Zollars recently made a similar gift to southwestern Michigan College from the Zollar nurseries farm near Watervliet. Staff photo must raise All out push needed to reach uhf goal United Community fund volunteers today prepared for an All out Effort to raise the 000 that is still needed if uhf is to reach its Campaign goal. An official audit held at the Ucb office yesterday showed thai uhf now has 78.8 per cent of its goal with pledges of the latest total is an increase of in the past week. Lower than expected despite Good showings in the Industrial women s and utilities transportation and con so Duclion divisions late solicitations in several other Campaign sections have kept the Overall total lower than uhf leaders bad expected. The next audit is scheduled for next thursday nov. 5, at the uhf office 305 Lake Boulevard St. Joseph. Campaign chairman Charles w. Johnson has asked uhf Volun Teers to turn in their reports by noon of that Day. Two new winners of the uhf Good neighbor award also were announced yesterday. The award is Given to employee groups that show an outstanding increase Over pledges made in the previous year. The employees of the construction machinery division of Clark equipment co. And the Berrien county Community mental health services Board Are the latest to join the Good neighbor ranks. Seventeen such awards have been won in the current two teens held neighbor thwarts so twp. Burglary a break in Early this morning at Chick Haven restaurant 2675 Niles Avenue St. Joseph town ship was thwarted because a nearby resident had a cramp in the leg Hal caused her to gel up according to Berrian county sheriff s Deputy Jack d. Root. Root said the resident got no looked out the window and saw an intruder on a ladder at the establishment. A Call was placed to police at . Arrested in an Aulo in the restaurant parking lot were Hubert Gene Brummett 17, of 91g Lewis Avenue St. Joseph and a if year old boy of St. Joseph township. Both were hooked on charges of breaking and entering. Two cases of Beer were recovered Root snid. Root said seven patrol cars from St Joseph Lincoln town ship Sodus Benton township and the sheriff s department resp undid. This was largely because Hie resident first called Benton township police. Six others six other burglaries were reported in the twin City or ii. Sheritt s deputies Early this morning investigated n break in us Hie Home of hurry e. Fleck Man 081 drive St. Joseph and wore Lold Luil kims ammunition and Hunting Knafo valued no were missing la Slid were n 12 in Dol rim n iuk10 Roflo for Jil Atola and in boxy of Armuni Ion. Herbert Watson Jones Street Indus told deputies two rifles and a sportsman s Light were Aken from his Home. Deputies also investigated Hircak ins at the Home of James 3ainc, 5131 red Arrow Highway Stevensville where in coins were reported missing and at the Home of Roy Welzel route i Rocky Weed Road Stevensville where a movie camera Antcli and about were reported missing. Probe break ins Linton township police yesterday investigated break ins in a business a club and a school Ferguson welding Supply co. At 2320 Meadowbrook Road in Pipestone Industrial Piirak was entered by burglars who climb cd Over a Fence and broke a window township police report cd. Listed As missing were an electric eight welding and cutting outfits Birco scoty Lenc cylinders three Roxy car cylinders six argon and oxygen regulators six acc Talent regulators nil an electric a cd or. Also reported entered Wenj a Nylon school it Crystal in Britain avenues where an undo in Minei amount of change in taken from n milk machine three cases o Beer War reported Tonkon from Ilin Amerl can legion Post on Karma so Eccl Hinton Lowns Lii Campaign. At Clark equipment 08d employees pledged to uck an average of each. Richard Dreyer headed the uhf drive at Clark. Earl place chairman of the mental health services Board Campaign which saw 32 employees pledge this is an average f per person. Current totals in ail United Rund divisions Are Industrial d of a goal for 94.9 per cent Industrial e of a goal for 92.4 per cent jail tics transportation a n d construction of a goal for 85.5 per cent women of a goal for 84.3 per cent Industrial f of a goal for 84 per cent. Professional of a goal for 76.6 per cent special gifts of a goal for 75 per cent Industrial b of a goal for 73.5 per cent Industrial c of a goal for 72.9 per cent Industrial a of a goal for 67.9 per cent. Finance real estate and insurance of an goal for c2.5 per cent retail wholesale and services of a goal for 17.9 per cent National firms of a goal for 52.2 cent and Public services of a goal for 33.4 ice cent. Youngsters give boost to ump of Unicof collections totalled last weekend in Benton Harbor St. Joseph and Sodus. An additional was collected in Stevensville according to the local coordinating committee for United nations childrens fund. The committee said 250 Young people from 17 churches and synagogues took part in the Campaign and the ecumenical worship service and dance Fol lowing the canvass. American federation of musicians 232 provided a band for the dance. The Rev. Paul Kuntzman was local coordinator. Co chairmen were rabbi Joseph Schwarz Rev. Donald Adkins and Bill Schma. Madison appointed by Milliken republicans plan dinner for voters new Buffalo voters in the new Buffalo Chiaming and three Oaks areas Are invited to n Republican sponsored election eve dinner to meet the candidates. The dinner will be from to . Monday at. Scolly s place restaurant new Buffalo. The planning committee consists of Robert Royce Raymond Valvoda Wayne Laisman and mrs. Louis Sima. The event is open to nil voters regardless of party of filiation a spokesman rail. Springs Hobin Campbell in Arlen Springs Etc it Sunry school principal look Purl in i he 45th annual con Ference of Iho Michigan is soon Liou of elementary school Pron Cion la grand in plus oct. 28 30. Shannon Madison of St. Joseph Whirlpool corp., in Ineer and president of the twin cities human relations Council has been named one of three appointees by gov. Wil Iam Milliken to the comprehensive state health plan Ning advisory Council. Also named to the health planning Council to serve at the pleasure of the governor were Jelm e. Mellon of Meta Nora and mrs. Agnes rainbo of Saginaw. Mrs. Mary Bell of Detroit was named to the state Council for he arts to succeed or. Robert . Perkins of Detroit for a term expiring june 1, 1971. Stale confirmation is required for this Post. Shannon Madison hearings demanded by others police pushing dig crackdown in Berri Uii Cass forty five of persons arrested thursday night in a concerted drive by area police agencies against alleged drug traffic were arraigned before District court judges Friday on a variety of charges. Six other persons arrested Are juveniles who were referred to juvenile court. The charges against the 45 ranged from Sale of heroin and marijuana to inmates of a disorderly House a mis demean or. Twenty nine persons charged with this Misdemeanour All pleaded innocent. All persons charged with felonies demanded j preliminary hearings. I they were arrested by a Force of some 70 officers who staged simultaneous raids on four Sites a Berrien and Cass counties. Most of the arrests were made at fair Avenue recreation 153 Morth fair Benton township. Four arrests came in the Cass raid on a Home in the Silver Creek township. Also struck were Homes at 361 East May Street and 545 Niles Street Benlon Harbor. The arrests were made b troopers from state police Posly at Benlon Harbor South Haven Paw Paw and new Buffalo Anc officers from Benton Harbor Benton township and Cassopolis police departments and Thi Berrien and Cass sheriff s department. Bonds judge John t. Hammond be Bonds of each for five persons who demanded prelim i nary examination on charges o Selling heroin James e. Hen Derson 23, of 2g7 Kirby Avenue Benton Harbor Robert be Williams 35, of 363 Washington Street Benton Harbor Jack Palmer 23, of 167 Kirby ave nue Woodrow Anderson 34, o 307 pleasant Benton Harbor and Maurice c. 38 when booked thursday night Bland gave an address 27 South Mccord but the proprietor there said he is not resident. Court records show a address o f 818 East High Street Stephen Brewer 20, of 76 South Crystal Benton township demanded examination on charge of Selling heroin. Judge Paul Pollard set Bond at Brewer pleaded innocent As a inmate of a disorderly House. Three persons demanded examination on charges of Sellin marijuana Richard Bonds 28 of 631 Wauconda Avenue Ben ton township . Flemming 22, of 195 Concord Road Benlo township and Cassell Yates 23 of 684 Highland Avenue Benton Harbor. Bonds Are each for Flemming and Bonds am for Yates. Demands hearing Robert Tucker 46, and Henry Wilson 53, both of Hartford demanded examination o charges of carrying a conc ale weapon in a motor vehicle mrs. Lassie j. Murkey 27, 545 Niles Street Benlon Harbor pleaded innocent to illegal us of marijuana. Cass Yates so 46, of 135 Clay Street Benin Harbor stood mule to a charge of possessing gambling paraphernalia. The four men arrested in in Cass county House All Appere in fourth District court Opolis Friday to be arraigned on charges of possessing mar Jennii. Darrell a. Kline 20, 503 pol Street a Luchanin demanded examination. Lie was released his own the Oiler three won n Coutier Nance of their arraignment so hat Hoy could Oblin Nellor Neys. They Jire Glen Billhimer mid Lames e. Milch a 20. Loth residing at a House at the Corner of Huckleberry and Lar real roads Silver Creek town ship Cess count where the raid was made and in fish Klezka in a null Bend. Hack to Salt. Bonds of each were set but not immediately posted and he three were returned to Cass Coli by Jill. They wove of Dorod to reappear for Gitnig Meiu nov. 5. Judge Piil Pollard set Bond each for persons Char god As to Miles of n disorderly hims where illegal drugs were being dispensed sold. The following gave Lenlon Harbor addresses dim i ii. Alli ii 18, 177 Kynsi main struck Waller Leo Doolie see Back Page Nee i col 5 he Queen Darlene Cesaroni daughter of or. And mrs. Anthony Cestroni 2112 East Ogden ave nue fail Plain was crowned Benton Harbor High school Homecoming Queen Friday at the Tiger Muskegon Catholic football game. Miss Cesaroni also will reign Over dance tonight. Staff photo starts 8 . Tuesday Whf will broadcast returns on elections radio station Whf pm will broadcast election returns nex tuesday night direct from the news palladium and Herald presi election coverage Headquarters in Benton Harbor. The election returns broadcast will Start at 8 ., Timi the polls close across the area and stale. In addition to local and Are wide election results the station also will present Abc pm network reports giving nationwide coverage of important races and commentary on How they Wil affect the current political situation. Heading the team of Whf pm broadcasters will be Jacl slower the station s news director. Officers elected mercy Hospital Board gets 3 Neil trustees three new trustees elected to be Board of Benton Harbor s mercy Hospital at the annual meeting this week mrs. Vere Bowman atty. Ronald w. Son dec and c. Harold Carlson All of Benton Harbor. Mrs. Bowman a lifelong resident of Benton Harbor has Long been Active in mercy Hospital affairs As an Active member of the mercy Hospital women s auxiliary and a past president of thai organization. Mrs. Bowman is also Active in auxiliary affairs on a slate and regional level atty. Donriee is a prominent Benton Harbor attorney a member of the firm of Globe in sky Gleiss. Sondee Henderson and Bitner. He is also Wel known for Liis work with Are resources improvement ass elation which he serves a executive director. Carlson is a prominent foe processor and g r o w c ran president of Burnett farm located in Keeler. Oiler trustees re elected in eluded Willard Banyon Josep Carver c. T. Loftus Richan Tynes and John Netedu. The following officers were elected w i 11 i Mahaffay pros idol c. T. Loftus executive vice president Herbert i mid vice Jeff Edmunds vice president Joseph Carver Secretary and Walter Holt treasurer. Juveniles

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