Battle Creek Enquirer from Battle Creek, Michigan on May 14, 1956 · Page 16
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Battle Creek Enquirer from Battle Creek, Michigan · Page 16

Battle Creek, Michigan
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Monday, May 14, 1956
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THE , BATTLE CREEK ENQUIRER AND NEWS Monday, May 14, 1956 Tornadoes Cause Vast Destruction y s.;'T,'. S i : 2 C s AvA -.:,-' 1 5? -jrj? WIrephotos. An airview of a trailer camp on the outskirts of Flint shows how the trailers were tossed about like matchsticks as the tornado hop-scotched through the camp. V " ST' . 't l - : . -s. r A. s jr., 1 i In the wake of Flint's tornadoes came floods to harass the storm-weary residents. The Flint River surrounded the IMA Auditorium in this air view of the downtown section. Fears that a dam would split subsided today with waters receding. r . '.-it -.-. The curious began their trek to the disaster scene in Flint, hampering rescue work and at one point jamming traffic for four miles. Reports of looting, too, began filtering in and some arrests were made. St. 4 This picture shows one of the tornadoes that struck Michigan over the weekend. The picture was taken several miles east of Lansing by a D troit Free Press photographer. : , i NT v!!- T" .TK'-: ;,W- ; J. ispgas ;l( . i. .' lAmmmmmltatsaSSIr r. i - ii'n .-'Jiittiti .rr- A leveled house, a damaged automobile and splintered trees leave a ghostly sight on this street corner at Flint, after a tornado hit Saturday. x 2,500 Reds Reported Slain in Tibet Revolt NEW DELHI Ifl Reports from Kalimpong today said anti-Communist tribesmen had killed or wounded 2,500 Chinese Reds in a widespread guerilla campaign in eastern Tibet. The Chinese Reds retaliated by bombing strongholds of the Tibetan guerillas, travelers to the border Indian city of Kalimpong were quoted as saying. Reports from Kalimpong on Tibetan events generally have been reliable. Similar reports of Tibetan up risings circulated in the Nepalese capital of Katmandu last week. About 15 million Americans buy vegetable seed every year. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF flip CEMETERY URNS Large Assortment of Granite, As Well As Pastel Colored Cement and POTTERY URNS For Memorial Day! PRICED FROM $1.55 TO $45.00 WE INSTALL BRONZE NAME PLATES ON URNS 12-INCH CEMETERY JARDINIERES INCLUDING SPECIAL DESICN IN WROUGHT IRON HOLDER POTS and SAUCERS GAZING GLOBES BIRD BATHS STEPPING STONES in 2 SIZES 4 COLORS DURING MONTH OF MAY WE ARE OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. SUNDAYS 12 NOON to 7 P.M. El LA HIEFTJE'S POTTERY 595 W. COLUMBIA PHONE WO 8-6293 "WRITE FOR THE FACTS ABOUT... Fooded 1928 Wellington Fond is a professionally managed Mntnal In-Testment Fund seeking INCOME and opportnnitY for possible PROFITS and LONG-TERM GROWTH. Through a diversified and balanced iuvestuient program in one common stock certificate, Wellington gives yon a share in the ownership of a boat ... 300 BONDS, PREFERRED AND COMMON STOCKS IN MANY DIFFERENT AMERICAN INDUSTRIES copy of the .mean- Far roar We&hgtanl poo beUxa. TROWBRIDGE & CO. 810 Mich. Nat l Bank Phone WO 2-5443 NAME ADDRESS - CITY ZONE STATE In Detroit the Rev. John Magoulis surveys the ruins of the Allen Park St. George Greek Orthodox Church which was demolished by one of the 20 tornadoes that invaded Michigan over the weekend. It was unoccupied at the time. CLASSIFIED Hours Open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. MINIMUM ADVERTISING 15 WORDS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Kills Consec. days 13 5 7 9 Pr word .PS .14 .20 .25 .29 15 word .90 110 S.0O S.75 4.35 Cash. 10 da. .81 1.S9 2.70 S.S8 S.92 Box number ads 25o sxtra wbea called for: 30c IX mailed. W. are responsible for only ocs m correct Insertion. NOTICES Funerals LOCAL FUNERALS LEE. MRS. MAUDE. Friends are beine received at the Patton Funeral Home, where services will be held Tuesday at 2:0O p.m.. Rev. M. S. Collins omciav ing. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. Hebble'a where services will be held Tuesday a:uo p.m. m uc ciiayci. Paul Bisby officiating. Burial Sunset uemetery. NOTICES Personals (Continued) GERT'S an expert at housework lor mhm uses Glaxo plastic type linoleum coating. Ends waxing. Jos. C. Grant Co. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS program AhM.dnn tn iirlnk Am you now ready? WO 5-BS59, WO 4-1456. CHOOSE your Insurance as carefully as you choose your doctor. You depend w.. UT7TTTAT. DP (1MXHA. WO 4-27S9. SAFETY DRIVER TRAINING Phone WO 4-1335 SEWING machines repaired and electrified. Sandersons. 44 Capital Ave.. N.E. WO 2-1951. BEEF at wholesale to horns freeier owners. Price la halves. Choics quality. 36c lb. CONYER PACKING CO. RICHLAND. MICHIGAN Phone Richland 5111 COLLECT STAINS. SPOTS GONE wheo we ars entrusted with your dry cleaning. Fancy evening wear or rugged winter garments, they come back to you spotlessly clean and perfectly pressed. BATTLE CREEK CLEANERS, Phons WO 4-7111. WRIGHT. BENJAMIN E. Friends may call at the Spencer Funeral Home, Athens. Services 1:30 Tuesday from the Free Methodist Church. Battle Creek. Rev. J. C. Brillhart officiating. Interment Floral Lawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery STATE FUNERALS SACKRIDER, DONALD A. Friends may call at the Burk-Hoag Funeral Home. Climax, until noon Tuesday. Services at the Climax Methodist church Tuesday 2:00 p.m.. Rev. Donald cozadd officiating. Burial Prairie Home Ceme tery. MERklTT, R O L L A N D PALMITER. iTtenas may cau at. me i.wu.. . Home, Marshall. Services Tuesday 2:00 p.m.. Rev. Howard A. Lyman officiating. Interment Marengo Ceme tery CORBIN. MISS JANETTE E. Friends may can at uic jcumuo Union City. Services will be held Wednesday 2:30 p.m.. Rev. Roger . Gough officiating. Interment Riveralde Cemetery. MILLIGAN. MRS. CLIFFORD (TER- SIE). rnenas may cau i. i" Funeral Home, Athena. Services 10:00 a m Thursdav, Rev. Leonard Koutz officiating. Interment North Athens Baptist cemetery. Funeral Directors Royal Funeral ..Home 281 Upton Ave. Ph. WO 4-7315 Flowers CHEER the sick wltn a lovely plant or bouquet from akcaui. ruontiv SHOP, Wolverine Federal Tower. Ph. WO S-8215. MERRILL PARK GREENHOUSE AND FLORISTS Specialists in floral designs "In Sunshine or Showers I. Clnu.ra" Cor 12th St. at Ave. C - WO 2-S529 INVITED Out to Dinner? Send your hostess flowers. IIS customary uu proper. And be sure they're from PAPTTAT. FLORIST 630 Capital Ave. N. E. Ph. WO 2-4221 Monuments - Markers A COMPLETE line of monuments and markers. Largest siock in county. MICHIGAN MONUMENT CO. loO and 107 South Ave, WO 3-8611 Columbia. WO 3-yobO. ,venins 3-3443. upen aionaay unm o.w y-m. Lost and Found Special Notices CHILDREN'S DAY CARE 336 Iroquois Ruth Pinney Phone WO 3-1607 Maud Waliays RUMMAGE and Bake Goods ale. Wed nesday. May lfivh, 141 w. Mien. pan. Open "at S:00. Sponsored by Macabecs, PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to act 264 regarding proposed street lighting; area in Ernmett township. Notice is hereby given that the Emmett township board will be in session from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Friday, May IS, to hear objections ir any tnere may be to create a special assesment district to defray a portion of the cost of street lights in the following areas. US-12 from existing lights near Kalamazoo River bridge, west to the township line. From Michigan Central Railroad bridge, Nonti Raymond road to Emmett Street to Blake's addition. Also Bushee's Verona addition, Greenfield Park and Greenfield Park annex. Brownlee Park. Fairfx addition, Englewood Park and Huycka addition. E. H. Robison Clerk Emmett Township NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals will be received by th Board of Calhoun County Road Commissioners at their offices in the County Building, Marshall, Michigan until 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday. May 29. li5 for the furnishing of the materials and the construction of street improvement In the Township of Battle Creek, consisting of the following approximate items of work: Concrete- Curb and Gutter --- 34,036 lin, ft. Dry Wells .42 each Catch Basin & Curb Inlets .93 each 12" Storm Sewer 2.22S lin. ft. Excavation 16.0S6 cu. yd. Gravel Base 5.940 cu. vd. Prime Coat 24,252 Gal. Bit. Aggregate Surface .12.219 Tons AH in accordance with pians and specifications on file In said offices. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, to waive any Irregularities in the bidding, and to award the contracts in the best interest of the county. Signed: CALHOUN COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION, Nile R. Weeks, Chairman E. Earl Midlam, Member Claude M. Davis, Member LOST Wednesday evening, Knapp"s Restaurant on Jackson, black pocket-book. Return contents and keep money. WO 4-7259. FOUND At Paul's Super Market, 81 Calhoun: Quality Meats, Groceries and Produce. C.O.D. Delivery anywhere in citv. WO 3-5303 before iu:ju a.m. LOST Sundav, May 13th, in vicinity of First Methodist Church or the City Hall parking lot, lady's Elgin wrist-watch. Finder please call WO 8-6547. P.eward. LOST Yellow Angora cat in vicinity of Grenville. Child's pet. Phone WO 6-5222. : LOST Red billfold, vicinity downtown, Saturday afternoon. Phone "WO 2-6S06 after 4:00 p.m. LOST Turquoise and blue parakeet. Answers to "Tony." Vicinity Riverside and Wah-Wah-Tay-See Way. WO 2-0650. WO 4-254S. Reward. Lodges, Societies BATTLE CREEK Chapter of Eastern Star. Wednesday, S:00. jjTienasnip night. Refreshments. Alta Watkins secretary. Personals IF you have an alcoholic problem, call Alcoholics Anonymous. WO -4-7577. TUXEDO rentals. Have our own tuxedos. Reasonable rates. Clair's Tailor Shop. 52 W. State St. PAUL C. DOWD Bookkeeping and Tax Service ' "Tax Service Is Our Business" 60 W. Michigan Ave. WO 2-1772 THERE ARE THREE BIG RINGS IN A WOMAN'S LIFE The engagement ring . . . the wedding ring . . . and the bathtub ring. The two bring delight ... the last, back-breaking drudgery. You can wipe the latter out of your life forever, with . . . CULLIGAN SOFT WATER. Remember, you don't have to buy it to try it. Call WO 2-7637 today! ' ZIPPERS repaired or replaced. Hennink'a, 16 E. Michigan. WO 5-5S42. DON'T GAMBLE with Your Health PRESCRIPTIONS Compounded Accurately Your Doctor will gladly phone your prescription to be delivered to your home if you request it. NO EXTRA CHARGE. SPEAKER'S 22 E. Michigan Ave. Phone 8-6118 NORGE refrigeratora. stoves, Sylvanla. televisions, furniture. For the convenience of the man and wife who want to shop together, we are open every evening 'til 9:00 P.M., Saturday 5:30 P.M. WAREHOUSE FURNITTJP.E CO. 265 E. Fountain WO 4-12S9 UNINCUMBERED middle-aged neat lady. Apartment rent in exchange for assistance with invalid lady, 2 or 3 davs a week. References exchanged. WO S-66S2. GM Sales, Earnings Down So Far in '56 NEW YORK U) General Mo tors Corp. has reported a dip in sales and earnings for the first quarter of 1956. Net sales for the first quarter of this year totaled S3,065,000,000 compared with $3,101,000,000 the record-breaking first quarter of 1955. . GM President Harlow H. Cur tice, announcing the figures said civilian sales increased 4.3 per cent during the first quarter while defense sales continued the downward trend of the past two years. He saidthe 1956 first quarter income was $283,000,000, equal to $1.01 per share earnings on common stock compared with a 1955 net income of $329,000,000 or $1.14 in common stock earnings. Business Notes H " V .. . H Ulfc. Al xi:w A-U. H Completes Course Kenneth Suit of Battle Creek, sales representative for the Michigan Automatic Heating Equipment Co., has completed a four-day heating and air conditioning course in Minneapolis. LEGAL NOTICE TWO AND THREE-QUARTERS PERCENT TREASURY BONDS OF 1956-59 DATED SEPTEMBER 15. 1936) NOTICE OF CALL FOR REDEMPTION" To- Holders of 2 percent Treasury Bonds of 1936-59, and Others Concerned: X. Public notice is hereby given that an outstanding 2 percent Treasury Bonds of 1956-59, dated September 15, 1936, due September 15, 1959, are hereby called for redemption on September 15, 1956, on which date Interest on such bonds will cease. 2. Holders of these bonds may. In advance of the redemption date, be offered the privilege of exchanging all or any part of their called bonds for other interest-bearing obligations of the United States, in which event public notice will hereafter be given and an official circular governing the exchange offering will be issued. 3. Full information regarding the presentation and surrender of the bonds for cash redemption under this call will be found In Department Circular No. 300, Revised, dated April 30, 1955. G. M. Humphrey, Secretary of the Treasury. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Washington, May 14, 1956. NOW THRU WEDNESDAY H -71 ZlS Lucme DALL DesiARNAZ MMSON in this year's happiness hit.. i WEST P01H Auto Theatre Junction M-89 & M-96 West of Battle Creek NOW SHOWING e 2 GREAT FEATURES Feature No. 1 Showing it 8:10 and 11:50 P.M. IU: 7A ACADEMY iuiinnAiI AnAKUo ! ii coloring I.UUi3 LMLntMl y H -i John EMERY H M John HOYT Natalie SCHAFER H p Plus "Las Vegas Shakedown" g ERNEST B0RGNINE S ,! RFTSY RI AIR V Sbl rt Stttnplir In PI0W (HMEFStr OnOdbrDQKKTUWI (tend h WO!) HECHT , Rsletsed thru United Artists FEATURE NO. 2 Showing at 10:20 Only 1 fifb m tusau mo IIBIM UIOTJ Come as Late as 10:10 and See 2 Complete Features. Galea Open 7:00 First Show at 8:05 BATTLE CREEK AUTO THEATRE E. US-12 at CADY ROAD e now BIG DOUBLE FEATURE j? COLUMBIA IEHHON r i rnrTr BfftfptU OnemaScoP technTcolor BIG CO-HIT MUtNEM BftOS. Inlv . COME AS LATE AS 10:45 A'D SEE "2" COMPLETE FEATURES Plus "CARTOON FUN" Doors Open 12:45 P.M. Mat. 50c Eve. 80c - Children 25c Today Last Times MTf mi SUUKWS Vfc Mttr nomicoioi AilHWfT Extra! Jack Webb La '4 Hour Alert" i STARTING TUESDAYess. Come Next Spring has that "Quiet Man"zlwq? I must! O Loving when he can I HERBERT J.YATES presents ANN STEVE SHERIDAN-CGCHRAM Come Next Spring ""trucolohI ' by Consolidattd Film Industritf ! t3 L J Ca itwnaf WALTER BRENNAN SHERRY JACKSON RICHARD EYER EDGAR BUCHANAN SONNY TUFTS Extra! "Fishing Sport Thrills" Color Cartoon Fun Headline News Events Coming Friday "ALEXANDER THE GREAT 3 "rlRSr SHOW AT 1 PM. Mat. 50e - Mtes SOe - Kiddles 25c NOW SHOWING Emotional and True to Life As Any Motion Picture Can Be Tiie superb best-seller is now a superlative motion picture! DARRYL F. ZAKUCK ptrsenB GREGORY PECK JENNIFER JONES FREDRIC MARCH in 20th CENTURY-FOX'S "TImAW Iw-tKjl ;MARISA PAVAN LEE J. COBB !ANN HARDING KEENAN WYNN I GENE LOCKHART : calm tw am luxk OnemaScoPE:' ' ADDED Gee Whim "Beep Beep Cartoon I Fun World News in Action J) ft i THURS. Dana Andrews - Comanchoe j

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