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22.- Michigan supreme court throws out use tax; H. Vandenburg Hatch approved to practice few before high court; Motorola Communications and Electronics, Inc., Chicago, low bidder on county radio system.
23. Judge Magnotta permits teen-ager to leave solitary confinement 48 hours early.
. 24. Coldwater squad spoils Redskins’ homecoming.
26. Fine crowd on hand for Marshall’s Fall Festival; 193 confirmed at St. Mary’s Catholic church.
27. City commissioners OK electric rate boost; one way streets here proposed; Road crews engaged in finishing work on Interstate 94.
28. Work starts on project to provide additional telephone facilities for Marshall Exchange subscribers; Oil found in Albion city limits — group of Marshallites hold rights; $752 collected as result of “Coffee Series.”
29. Ron Harris elected president of Marshall Young Farmers.
30. Retiring City Assessor Floyd Withee honored by city officials; Police Chief Joseph McClintic issues warning in connection with Halloween celebrating.
31. Lakeview squad whips Marshall Redskins; Oilmen work to cap thundering oil well in Scipio oil field.November
2.—Henry Libbrecht purchases Wash King; $150 collected for UNICEF; Jim Smith, 61, Albion, held in shotgun slaying of James Cheek, 44, and savage beating of Mrs. Elizabeth Peebles, 46; Athol Hazen, Fredonia Grange,., takes second place honors in State Grange, cake baking contest.
3.—Stanley Lamb Post reaches ‘60 membership quota; Mystery Farm feature starts in Evening Chronicle;-Runaway oil well near Jonesville continues to gush water, oil high into air.
4.—Dr. C. L. Lamed, Lyon Lake, dies; Marshall has one of the finest small town libraries in nation.
5.—Rotarians praise A. C. Hem-mingsen for many years of community service; Boyd Walters elected new chairman of C. of C. industrial committee; Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Frisby honored on first anniversary; County 4-H fall achievement rally attended by 350 persons.
6.—County health facilities observe^, by University of Michigan students; pr. Herman .Beuker announces retirement from practice of medicine.
7.—Adrian scores 14-6 win over Redskins.
10.-—City commissioners study
proposed land sub division and
utility extension ordinance; City named in suit.
lL-i-Budget of $843,000 for 1959-
4—Brooks Memorial fountain perfect setting for nativity scene,
5.—Police reveal three bad checks passed in city; Sherer Gil-lett Co. declares dividend.
7.—Pedication of Interstate 94 staged this morning with number of notables present; John H. Davies elected worshipful master of Masonic lodge.
8.—Attorney General Paul L. Adams rules Calhoun county is without authority to pay Circuit Judge Magnotta mileage from Albion to county seat in Marshall; Frank Cuber elected head of retail division of C. of C.
9.—Marshall school district short $91,340 in state aid pay; Paul S. Elliott elected president of Chamber of Commerce; Albion-Marshali football players honored; Bid of OK Wrecking Co. accepted to tear down old laundry building; Leon Bischoff elected chancellor commander of Knights of Pythias.
10.—Open house planned at Red-field Plaza.
11.—Dr. Myron Tazelaar elected chief-pf-staff at Oaklawn hospital; Rotarians sell Extra; Jim Pyle named most valuable player, on 1959 Marshall football squad.
12.—Tina Bynum efected Marshall high school’s DAR good citizen; Redskins drop opener to Coldwater; Richard Chrzanoski, 26, of Grand Rapids, charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, given 4Vi to 5 years pen term; Ralph Baker, 53, Battle Creek, killed in Illinois accident.
14.—Supervisors OK payment of $251 to dog warden.
15.—Cards, packages commence rolling into Marshall Post Office; three-man committee to study possibility of county library.
16.—Survey shows city has need for 1300 parking spaces; overflow crowd on hand in court as Creigtv ton R. Coleman takes his oath of office as judge; Judge Magnotta sentences three more young men to solitary confinement.
17.—H. vandenBerg (Van) Hatch joins law firm of Hatch Scul-thorp; Table Toppers discuss holiday safety measures.
18.—jaycees seeking outstanding young farmer;, band-orchestra present holiday concert.
19.—Marshall Redskins trimmed by Three Rivers.
21.—Richard Babic and William Einhardt back in arms of law; Judge Magnotta hands out two more solitary terms; Earl J. Woods, 24, Albion, killed in accident south of Albion, boosting the
county traffic death toll to 23 for year.
22.—Commissioners award contracts for purchase of police cruisers, truck.
23.—Richard Lee Babic handed 7Vb to 15 year term in Southern Michigan prison.
24.—Edward J. Casey, noted dairy farmer, claimed by death.
28.—Jaycees announce plans for pick-up of discarded Christmas
Judicial bench t who is
60 adopted by board oLe.Ration; ^ judge Magnotta declares his
Harry, Qardner and Art Goodwill. .? cnil^_„.11 .
named honorary F.F.A. members;'; Maynard Clark named cage coach
for 1959-60 season; Accumulated patieht days show increase at Oaklawn hospital. ,
12.—National Food store addition plans revealed; Christmas club checks delivered.
13.—Crash injuries claim life of George Moore, 78, of Cadillac; Edward Gainer, retired merchant, dies.
13.—Three youths sentenced' by Judge Magnotta to solitary confinement complete terms; Redskins close football season with victory over Homer Trojans; G. N. Westbrook, Homer funeral director, dies.
16.—Moose lodge joins battle against cystic fibrosis; Marv’s Rambler Sales plans grand opening; . ... , ' . .
18.—Council of Liberal Churches seeks investigation of sentences handed out by Circuit Judge Magnotta.
19.—Six police chiefs come to defense of Circuit Judge Magnotta; Charles Maxwell and Dr. C; J. Stringer speak at Christmas seal kick-off dinner; Mary Tillot-son, 97, one of city’s oldest residents, dies.
21.—Henry W. Goddard, retired building contractor, dies.
23.—Clifford Sanders, 30, Albion, killed in hunting accident. .
24.—Wendell Holmes, Jr., 29, Hillsdale, killed while directing traffic on new US-12 highway; C. of C; members hear talk on soil conservation at breakfast meeting at Community building.
27.—Tractor-Mate, Inc., makes shipment of tractor-mounted fork lifts.
28.—Herbert Johnson, Battle Creek, found guilty of slaying wife.
30.—Goal virtually . reached by Marshall Community Chest workers.
program • is sound—will work out in majority- of cases; 103 families, 24 individuals had brighter Christmas thanks to many local organizations, scores of donors.
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1.—Attorney Reid Hatfield elected chairman of Marshall Family Counseling Board; County records 22nd traffic fatality of year with
v death of Roy Abbe, 66, Rives Junction, from injuries sustained in crash on M-60, two miles east of US-27 intersection.
2.—Announcement made by the Chronicle that Santa fetters again will be published; James M. Mdses relinquishes chairmanship of State Civil Service Commission; Carlyle Serr, Rev. Douglas Trout, Walter Venn and Dorinan Wigent elected Chamber of Commerce directors.
3.—Work completed on model home in new sub-division; an-noupcepflent.made that new Eaton
addition will comprise approximately 28,000 square feet. '
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