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X T R A ! POWs In Plot BULLETIN April 22(AP)-U. S. Army authorities that more German of war had with arsenic in a mysterious attempt kill 15,000 Nazi SS * * * cases raised the total taken ill at Stalag 13, from Nuernberg, Monday to 2,283. No have as yet been reported, however, and Army authorities said none were expected. of 1,900 prisoners Friday. bottles of arsenic and arsenic bottles were the floor of the local bakery which supplied bread to a Days; Suspect Held By Police Newspaper, Laundry Mark Provide Clues; Girl Is Hunted One suspect, whose identity is temporarily being kept secret by police, is in jail and investigation investigation continued today Into circumstances circumstances surrounding the death of an infant girl whose body was found Saturday on a lawn on Michigan Bluff. * * * MRS. JOHN BOETTCHER, 361 Michigan bluff, found the body at 10:56 a. m. Saturday, wrapped in brown paper and lying on her lawn. She called Benton Harbor police and the remains were removed to the Florin funeral home where Dr. E. R. Taylor conducted an examination examination in the presence of policemen and detectives. Dr. Taylor reported the infant had been dead for at least 10 days, and said the body was in a bad state of decomposition. He said there were no signs of violence, but was unable to determine whether the child, believed to be white, had been born dead or had died after birth. He said the body was perfectly developed. developed. * * * Police said the child was wrapped in two lengths of brown paper tied with string. Under thi s they found a woman's white blouse, a pair of mens' shorts, afternoon when she cither fell or was pushed off the running board of the car. The accident victim is Miss Betty Jane Proper, 17, daughter of Mrs. Eleanor Proper, Coloma, and of Lambert Proper, of Ual- ton, III. * * * ACCORDING T O D E P U T Y Â· SHERIFF Charles Andrews and ! William Mahalik, the Proper girl land her younger sister were walking Ion the road near the Willow-Paw I tavern at 3 p. m., when Jessie Scott, 121. Rte. 2, Benton Harbor, Marcus ' Leon Smith, 22, Coloma, and j Charles Lee Parker, 23, Coloma, j drove by in Scott's car. They pick- Jed up the girls and started for Co- iloma. They tried to get the girls in i the back seat, but the girls said they would ride on the running i board. Just after the car went over \ off icers said. ,She was taken to the office of Dr j\V. E. Schairer nearby and later to the Mercy hospital. Scott was the only member of thc trio to remain at the doctor's doctor's office. He was taken into custody there and later the ol- ficers picked up Parker and Smith. Smith was released after being questioned. The injured Â£Â»rl told Deputy Sheriff Andrews that she was pushed off the running board of the car, but Scott claimed that she fell off. Parker, whn was seated on the right hand side of the front scat was booked on a charge of felonious assault. Scott was booked on a charge of felonious driving;. All three men had been drinking. Radiant Sky Marks First Peaceful Easter Since '41 Brilliant Sun, Summer Temperature Prevail Here; Churches Thronged By Worshipers As Story Of Resurrection Is Retold Joyous Easter chimes, calling hundreds of worshipers to church f o r ] sunrise religious and musical programs and early morning Easter break fasts, pealed out the close of the Lenten season of quiet and mourning; Heavy Toll Taken Over Easter Sunday On State Highways 'By Associated Press) At least 14 Michigan residents were killed during the Easter week-end, with 13 dying in traffic accidents and the other in a fire. Don Moulton, 32, Owosso, contract driver for the Owosso Argus- Press, was killed northwest northwest of Owosso late Saturday when his automobile collided with a car driven by Ralph Herron, Herron, 22, of Henderson. Moulton. a Navy veteran and one of the few survivors of the minesweeper minesweeper Emmons which was torpedoed torpedoed and sunk by the Japs April 5, 1945. was delivering papers to nearby towns when the crash occurred. occurred. His wife, asleep in the car.- and Herron escaped with minor injuries. injuries. Dorothy Cischke, 19, was killed early Monday, in a crash at Orchard Lake when the car in which she was riding struck an embankment on Commerce road. Leo McLaughlin, McLaughlin, driver of the car, and another passenger, Joyce Jackson, were treated at Pontiac General hospital for minor injuries. * * * A CRASH EARLY SUNDAY took the life of Robert R. Harming of Hat Rock. He died at 1 a. m. Monday in the Wyandotte General hos- ;- pital, of injurii irlcar crashed h( :es suffered when his head-on with a truck and fast, to be climaxed throughout the entire Easter Sunday by colorful \ on_TJS-24 in Brownstown pageants, and beautiful and impressive choral groups presenting expressions of the Easter message ol hope and springtime glory. One Killed, 194 Two died in Bay City area ac- jcidents. George H. Petrimouix, 19, lot Kawkawlin, wa s killed when his Easter. 1946, was marked by a radiant blue sky, brilliant sunshine throughout the day, and a landscape of loveliness, created by flowers, j (See ACCIDENTS, Page 6)