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of deaf mutes and both sermon and songs are .done in sign language. ; TO BE CHANGED Ovner and State Fire Marshal's Marshal's Office Reached Jan Agrement. CANCEL RAZING ORDER a conference be- twfeen Mrs. Luella Shiel and her sou Carl of Lansing, Mich.,: and fire Chief! Hillard Lpsey, repre- sei ting |th'e State Fire Marshal's office, an or.der served Thursday of last week, ordering the removal removal ot'the Shiel Block, within days, d .in 511 lent oS an agreement reached, 'he owners of the block, which hai stood for.years, agree 'to make general changes in the building to | coi form] with requirements of. the Sti te Fire Marshal's office, which will include a general clean upj of the premises surrounding the, bu [ding. Changes are to be made. John Belzer, Pioneer of the Arcadia Community, 111 But Short Time. NEVER KNEW PARENTS Arcadia lost one of her best known men Monday evening when' John Belzer, who~ would have was cancelled, or "at least abeyance, pending ful- been 85 years of age on the'3rd j of December, succumbed." 'The aged man developed a cold several days ago whiA developed into pneumonia and the end came rapid'^ rapid'^ j ' ' The jbody was removed to- the Shaffer funeral home for preparation.' preparation.' and to await services. The funeral will be held in the funeral home Wednesday afternoon at ?:00 and interment will be.beside in' he appearance of the front and an r unsafe! condition is to be renedied.j under the agreement, ac< ordlng i to a statement given th< Tribune by Carl Shiel, repre- sei .ting! his mother, who accom- pa lied him 'to Tipton Monday and wi I remain with • friends until Wi dnesday morning, or possibly loi ger. Fire Chief .Loseyi stated also the agreement .had been Sheriff William L; Van Antwerp, shot an.l killed two'bandits in a ' ' • gun battle at the postoffice here early today. The dead men wore identified as Frank Nowaszek, 38; and Ed- \vard- Shcrer,- 40, both of -betroi:. County officers said the men walked i'.ito a trap that had. been set for them. After the bandits i • . . had been frightened off Sunday nighth, Sheriff Van Antwerp's, forces and two Detroit postal inspectors inspectors gathered at the postoffice las', night. • . As As th^ gunmen attempted, to open the safe .with an explosive charge, the officers ordered them to come out. They answered with p. burst cf gunfire. Police then, tossed a tear gas bomb into the postoffice interior and turned loose a l-arrage-of machine gun and shot gun fire. Both men fell as the officers fired, through the shattered, windows windows .of the 'postdhlce building. When the gas- fumes cleared- the officers entered. They found the bodies of both bandits' riddled, with 10 cr mqre bullets in each." This. ^ -.liagte , is 10 miles south of Port Hui'fliV, St. Clair county seat. Sheriff Van Antwerp conferred conferred with Detroit postal officials yesterday tafter Sunday night's unsuccessful robbery attempt. It was decided to wait j in ambush for another appearance. of the thugs. : ; ••'.-.. ' Three deputies aided Sheriff Van Antwerp in the firing. They were Jerr>' Lar : kins, : \VilIiam- William's, William's, and Harr Neal. The Detroit Detroit post;;I inspectors were Roy La Forge and Earl A. Barnmir:. None of the |ufficerS';Was hurt. Sheriff Van .| Anjtwern, led the raiding party tiha?£J«llj;d Howard Youngblood, Negro: who escaped from the Crown-'Point. .Ind.. jail with John Dillinger in ,1934:

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune02 Nov 1937, TuePage 1

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)02 Nov 1937, TuePage 1
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