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South Haven Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, South Haven, MichiganTribune platform m a Gnu soon Haven format i business growth je�vv8udosfldbldv Agif master plan fund staf Latina of adequate ital lighting phone 637-1104 a uth Tux no. 31 daily sooth Haven Michigan a a a a my a Tribuno Cloudy cooler partly Cloudy and mild tonight. Lows 58-64. Cloudy with scattered showers and cooler sunday. Highs 70-76. Overnight Low Imp 64. Noon temp 72. Barometer 26.89 rising. Saturday june 13, 1964 cents daily Erhard warn reds of pact will hold soviets accountable Washington up a president Johnson and West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard have warned the russians that they will be held responsible for any trouble in Berlin which might result from the new soviet East German treaty. James r. Pence Depauw alumni president i Depauw alumni elect Pence As president James r. Pence president and director of the citizens Trust and savings Bank of South Haven has been elected president of the 19,000-member Depauw University National alumni attended by Over 900 members at Greencastle ind. Monster spun sales sister lakes up a service stations in the sister lakes area have come up with a new wrinkle to Cash in on the current a a monster scare. Several of them Are offering a get away Gas. The Gas is for the cars driven by motorists who Are searching for the a monster of sister if the a a monster is sighted it stands to reason that the Motorist will want to flee the area As fast As possible hence the a a getaway gasoline. Ranes scheduled to be arraigned in court monday Kalamazoo up a Larry Lee Ranes 19, will be arraigned in Cir Derit court monday morning on murder charges in one of the five slayings to which he has confessed. Ranes is accused of murder in the slaying of Gary a. Smock 30-year-old Plymouth schoolteacher West of Kalamazoo on May 29. Smocks body was found stuffed in the trunk of his car memorial Day on stadium drive. He had a Bullet wound in the Back of his head and his arms were tied behind his Back. The arrest followed a tip by Ranee a friends to police. Ranes subsequently admitted killing four other persons in Elkhart ind., Battle Creek Nevada and Kentucky. His attorney Eugene Field who has asked for a sanity test for the youth says he does no to believe Ranes committed All the crimes the defendant claims he perpetrated. Sheriff Kirby Mason has described Ranes As a Model prisoner. Besides his attorney Only members of his family have visited him. Field was appointed to defend Ranes by circuit judge Raymond Fox last week. He succeeds Willard Arnold of Milwaukee to the National Post Post. A native of new Castle ind., and a 1934 alumnus of Depauw he was associated with Greencastle scentral National Bank until 1955 when he joined the South Haven institution As executive vice president. Married and the father of two children Pence resides at 406 St. Joseph St he is a member of the South Haven rotary club the methodist Church Industrial fund and the chamber of Commerce. Ladies7 night is planned by club members of the South Haven of kiwanis club will hold a ladies bight meeting monday at 630 to the congregational Church. The entertainment will be burnished by the members of file Van Buren county of dancers. A round table meeting will 6 held at noon at Holly s for embers unable to attend the evening program. Saboteur Hunt on in blast in Santo Domingo Santo Domingo up a authorities pressed a thorough investigation today of reports that saboteurs were to blame for the Chain reaction ammunition explosion at an army Camp that killed at least 9 persons and injured 111 Here thursday night and Early Friday. Damage was estimated at about $1 million. President Donald Reid Cabral following up reports that the alleged saboteurs Are hiding out at Santo Domingo University invoked emergency Powers to Send investigators onto the usually immune Campus. Police threw a cordon around the University grounds at Dawn Friday and allowed no one in or out while they waited for authorization from Reid to go ahead. There was no immediate report of arrests. In a nation wide broadcast Friday Reid said he invoked his Powers Only after the University a vice Rector vice president Miguel a. Piantini refused to admit investigators to the Campus. The president promised that anyone found guilty of complicity in a sabotage plot will a feel the full weight of the dominican miliary authorities also suspected sabotage but advanced n o specific evidence to support their beliefs. Some civilians speculated however that the explosions might have been set off by a Short circuit in electrical wiring of the magazines at Camp feb. 27, across the Ozama River from Santo Domingo the first explosion in a powder Magazine set off other ammunition stores sending bullets and grenade fragments whistling through the Camp and starting raging fires. Charlies restaurant no. Shore or. Open Sam. 11 Tan. To 8 . Special dinners $1.35. Stone <37-9855. A advertisement the Law drive in is now open. To want to thank All the people for being so patient while we were dosed for repairs and Alao thank he fire department. A advertisement list faces j ecumenical unit on september 14 Vatican City up the ecumenical Council reconvenes in St. Peters Basilica sept. 14 to discuss matters ranging from divine revelation to a condemnation of anti semitism and possibly to birth control. Vatican sources disclosed Friday the revised list of decrees that will be put before the gathering of roman Catholic Bishops at its third session. Some of the less important items will merely come up for a vote without debate but even so it is not certain that the Council will be Able to Deal with All of the proposed topics. Among the main items on the 13 Point list is a statement on the Christian Unity movement with annexes on religious Liberty and on the churches stand regarding jews and other non christians. Another Basic item concerned a the presence of the Church in the modern although Little was known of its contents it was believed to Deal with a Range of 20th Century problems including the population explosion and the Issue of birth control. Erhard holds a news conference today to wind up a two Day visit which brought full agreement Between him and Johnson on some aspects of the German question but failed to trigger any immediate Western initiative a to promote German reunification. Erhard also planned to meet with Christian a. Herter the administrations special Trade negotiator for a discussion of problems connected with the current a Kennedy round of Tariff negotiations at Geneva. The warning to Russia came in a joint communique issued after two meetings Between Johnson and Erhard Friday. The two leaders said they saw nothing explosive in the Moscow a a Friendship treaty at this time however. The communique acknowledged that the soviet Union in serving some Advance notice and cautiously phrasing the treaty had been careful not to step on Western toes. The joint communique said Johnson and Erhard took note of the treaty. But it added that both agreed that a no unilateral move by the soviet Union could in any Way affect the rights of the three Western Powers or modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and open your Piggy Banks South Haven Bank feels Silver squeeze a a a tomorrow being the patriotic special Appeal has been made Day that it is Flag Day a to area residents to quit hoarding their change either in collections or Piggy Banks. Acute situation the situation As outlined to the Tribune today by officials of the citizens Trust and savings Bank is acute. Bank officials have Good reason to believe the change is available in the local area and the nationwide Silver shortage can be eased locally with full cooperation from the shopping Public. Red chinese Are killed in roid on Loos Center Vientiane Laos up communist China in a broadcast from peking charged today that a red chinese official was killed and five other persons injured thursday when american. Made planes attacked the Headquarters of the Patchet lao in Laos. There had been previous communist reports of t h e at tack but today a broadcast was the first to mention casualties. It said six planes bombed and strafed communist Patchet lao Headquarters in Khang Khay. According to peking the casualties included members of a communist chinese a economic and cultural Khang Khay is the Headquarters of Prince South amp Nouvong Leader of the Patchet lao. The broadcast called the attack a a Wanton and said the planes dropped heavy and incendiary bombs on the City and strafed it. As in previous broadcasts today a report described the attacking planes As u. S. Made but did not indicate whether the aircraft bore the markings of the United states or the Royal laotian air Force. A a a one of the glaring examples Dent said that it has been his in recent weeks was the Kennedy half dollars of which the local institution imported $1,750 Worth and Only $1.50 Worth have Ever been seen at the Bank since. When asked which coins the shortage appeared to be in officials said All of their from the lowly Penny through half dollars. The shortage appeared to hit the half Dollar area first and then Slid Down the scale to quarters Nickels and dimes. James r. Pence Bank Resi experience that when a Public Appeal is made to South Haven residents they respond. He is hoping that this very important Appeal will be received in the same manner. The housewives May have some amount of difficulty with her weekend a hopping if this continues. Hardest hit among the retailers to the Community have been the super markets. Another suspected Drain Ltd local coins Art the vending machines Many of them owned by out of town concerns who Takt the coins Back to their Baat of operations. In Normal times the Bank receives one shipment of coins per week but in their last order they were allowed Only dimes. Just a trickle a Harold Fritz cashier at the citizens Trust and savings Bank casts a longing glance at the Coin sorting machine wishing that there was More local Silver to be sorted. A local Public Appeal has been made to residents to open the Piggy Banks. So elks Flag pay program planned the Public has been cordially invited to attend the annual Flag Day program sponsored by the South Haven Lodge 1509, . Sunday evening june 14. A America old glory and you is the theme chosen by guest speaker Max. A. Strother Tribune reporter. The program which will be held in the elks Temple of Phoenix St., is scheduled to begin at 8 . And is part of the annual Celebration of Flag Day by elks clubs across the nation. Scant display of Scranton Aid a a a welcomes Are plenty but support lacking Washington up a Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton had plenty of welcomes into the presidential sweepstakes today but there was Little evidence his Well wishers planned to help him out of the starting Gate in the race. Latest among the top republicans who hailed Scranton sentry into the Field As Assurance of a a Clear choices at the party a National convention next month was former vice president Richard m. Nixon who predicted the drive for the nomination would be a a two old lady Little girl lure Tiger Back into Cage Chattanooga Tenn. Up a a 500 Pound Bengal Tiger walked out of its Cage in the garage of an animal Trainer Friday but an 11 year old girl and a Little old lady coaxed it Back in again. Its owner mrs. Evelyn Currie said shed been hospitalized recently and that the 18-month old Tiger named a Tony a apparently a just got scared without a a. Mrs. Currie said her Niece Sally White 11, and her Mother mrs. Irene Clark managed to lure Tony Back into jigs Cage in a garage like building where the family keeps Sev. Eral Lions and tigers. A my mama bless her Sweet heart a she a a 87 year old Little lady a and Sally got him Back in the Cage but it was really Sally. Tony listens to her a mrs. Currie said. A soft words and a hunk of meat did the trick a she added. Man race Between the governor and Arizona sen. Barry Goldwater. Nixon returning to this country from a trip to London sounded a dissonant note in the acclaim when he said Scranton appeared a a vacillating and warned that he must a not appear to be a puppet mane Vered by someone else in his Campaign. Despite statements of Welcome from republicans of every Stripe the Only Clear indications of support for Scranton came from a supporter of ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and Rhode Island republicans. Maxwell baby a former Eisenhower staff member and head of a draft Lodge Organiza Tion threw Hia support to the Penic Silvania governor Friday after visiting the former president at his Home in Gettysburg a. And Bayard Ewing gop National committeeman from Rhode Island said last night he was certain 12 of the states 14 delegates would support Scranton. Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of new York until Friday the Only serious contender besides Goldwater said he was a glad to see gov. Scranton a announcement that he is joining the Battle to give our party a neither Rockefeller nor Michigan gov. George Romney who has been inactive in the Campaign so far but who is mentioned As a possible dark horse gave any indication they might lend support to Scranton in an All out Stop Goldwater drive. Romney said Only that he would try to keep his states 48-member Block of delegates uncommitted for the time being. William w. Scranton its Swap it Trade time at Wanks wed take anything in on Trade that does no to eat or breathe. Wanks 225 Broadway a advertisement Loyal order of Moose hungarian goulash dinner sat. Jane 12, 8 30-8 30 . Dance to follow. Advertisement beginning Oil painting classes at the recreation Center for 8 weeks starting wed. June 17, 7 30 to 9 30 . Fee $16.08. Emphasis on decorative oils. To Wank. Phone 837-3778 to Register. A advertisement eagles Lodge dance saturday night. Masic by Jay and his Organ. Members and guests. A advertisement a a a Goldwater continues to pick up delegates Washington up a sen. Barry Goldwater a gop presidential bandwagon was expected to pick up a flock of convention delegates today despite Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton a last ditch efforts to derail it. The Battle grounds were state Republican conventions in Connecticut where Scranton was to make a personal bid for support Virginia new Mexico and Idaho. The latest United press International tabulation of Delegate strength gave Goldwater 553 pledged delegates with 655 needed for nomination at next months san Francisco convention. Scranton was credited with 97 after he made his formal announcement of candidacy when Alaska switched to give him 10 of its 12 first ballot votes. Previously the bulk of alaskans votes were for new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Rockefeller had 121 committed Delegate votes ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge 43, former vice president Richard m. Nixon 10 and 163 were scattered among various other candidates. There were 189 votes uncommitted with the Contention a month away. In Virginia out manned Scranton supporters attempted to infiltrate an army of pro Goldwater delegates at the state gop convention in Rich . Club sat. June 13, 9 60 . Dance and refreshments Musk by rhythm Trio members and guests Welcome. A advertisement mond a not so much in the Hope of winning any firm support for their Man but to obtain an uninstructed delegation. Tragic trip has Happy ending for we. Growden s a near tragic trip to South Haven had a Happy ending today As or. And mrs. William Growden los Angeles Calif arrived from Chicago to spend a Long Over due vacation with friends and relatives. May 23 crash mrs. Growden the former Janet Marie Corey was seriously injured in a one car Accident near Williams Ariz. Last May 23, when the couples car left the Road and rolled Over near what is called the a grand Canyon the couple were married in Loa Angeles on april 4 of this year and were Enro Ute to South a yen to spend a weeks vacation at the time of the mishap. Following their discharge from the Hospital wednesday the couple returned to their Home and then flew to Chicago. They were met by Craig Corey Kalamazoo mrs. Growden a brother who chauffeured them to South Haven this morning. Mrs. Growden is the daughter of Marshall w. Corey 541 Ellenburg and mrs. Sam Brunson 116 Clinton St. Or. Growden a parents Are or. And mrs. Edgar Growden 819 Ravinia dry

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