- ;* s.-.-t > r .^ •'. A. Enforcement MINED Officers Seek Man: Missing because of LiSig ;, .Store Feud. MENOMINEE, Mich.,- MarfcH (By A. P.>—'A warning note, a. blbpjl-' stained butcher knife'and axe handle ' and :the disordered- store he was g guarding were clues for the state police today in their search for Mar-, tin Bauman, 22, Banat. Mich., miss-.'• In from the'store since Sunday. - I ing from the'store since Sunday. )' > I Martin Klippel, 22, was brought here today for questioning in con- | nection with a "black hand" letter he admitted receiving last 'week, that i was said to be part of a cross-roads, ! store feud. It was in connection with i'this feud, state police and .sheriff's said, The youth, who had been guard- in,-; his father's Northern Supply Co., I store near the Banat railroad 'station 'station every night since trouble broke out between factions siding In: ttijB' rivalry between two-stores, had apparently apparently fought desperately with ah unknown assailant in the store Sund%y Sund%y morning. Stock and fixtures in tho store were upset and broken, when Bau.man's father opened the place, today. • - ••.. Advised -to Leave; 1 -.. „;, , Klippel; said.to be;aVclose friend of-John Slubosky, proprietor of'the other' store, claimed today he re-i ceived .a letter last Thursday,. signed signed with a penciled black hand, warning warning him his "best friend" to "get out of town or be bumped off."They off."They were given three days -to leave. • Friday night Slubosky's new $3,jSOO dance hall, uninsured, was destroyed < by lire which the owner claimed was • set. Slubosky said the odor of kero- ' sene was evident about!, tlip Burning building. ; .