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Syria Offers Guns to Unseat Jordan King Hussein mmmim iiiimmmmifiiiiiii Dime Store Heir Found Dead in Mother's Flat Granddaughter of Slaves, Mrs. Brown, Dies at 98 Legislature Lauded By Woman Shot, Husband Held Mrs. Jeanne Mrozovich, 37, of Mob Incited In Damascus President Himself In Demagogue Role ident of its Women's Aid So Mrs. Lulu Brown, 98, of 363 Upton granddaughter of ciety. NEW YORK (AP) James (Jimmy) Donahue, one of the i a in thp She was born Nov.

22, 1868, mil. -T at nnwasriac a riaufrhfpr of Willi 29 Maple Terrace, was reported He once had ambitions to be an actor, but his mother was said to have dissuaded him. He appeared as a chorus boy in a 1933 Broadway show that closed after 10 days. In 1945, Donahue served briefly in the Army as a private. freed slaves and a Battle Creek resident since 1921, died at 11:52 p.m.

Tues- Gov. Romney BnmiminnniinnnmiminmiiniinnHmnmimmiiiinifiiimiiiRiiiniinininMTO LANSING (AP) Republican Gov. George Romney told the lions, was found dead Tuesday in his mother's ljam and Jane Jenkins. One of 10 fairlv 2d condition today at her treasured possessions Hospital with a shotgun a yellowed document dated wound the left thigh. Nov.

25, 1831, certifying that' Her estranged husband, Steve, her father, "William Jenkins, a I37' of 230 Grenville is in man about 21, is not a slave but'Pllce on a charge of a free citizen." attempted murder. in Commu- BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) Syria offered arms today Jordanian revolutionaries departing Democratic Legisla swank apartment on Fifth Avenue. He was 51. Authoritie 119 ture today its two-year record She had been there since Oct. 1 and was the hncnitol'c silfost overthrow King Hussein.

Syrian President Dr. Noured-din Atassi told thousands of has been "impressive, but in mm MM MRmmm -J I listed the death According to police, Mrs. Mrozovich was on her way to work at the office of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad off Porter complete." In a special message to members of the 1965-66 Legislature, anti-Hussein demonstrators in Medicare pa-the streets of Damascus that tient "our weapons are available to' xhP wiHnw of as apparently from natural causes pending completion of a Street. She had alighted from Mrs. Lulu Brown which met today for an expect James Donahue He was given the paper in Virginia, as was customary for the protection of children born to freed slaves.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown were married in 1888 at St. Joseph. A few years after her husband's death, Mrs.

Brown went to Cleveland. Ohio, and lived for those who want Henry Brown, her car and saw her husband holding a shotgun. the "Today is liberation of who died in 1947 at the age of ed brief adjournment session, Romney said the lawmakers' record is "incomplete in the sense that it creates serious 82, she was the last survivor of Jordan." he said. "Tomorrow the liberation of Palestine." Mrs. Mrozovich told police she recalls asking him what he was doing.

She then started to run a family of 15 children. She was a member of the Second Only Tuesday King Hussein Prior to World War II. he dated several showgirls. He never married, however. Donahue was expelled from Italy in 1935 for allegedly shouting "Viva Ethiopia!" from his hotel window.

He maintained a mansion on a 100-acre estate off Cedar Swamp Road in Old Brookville, Long Island. Long a patron of the arts, in 1960 he gave $100,000 for the new Metropolitan Oprra House in Lincoln Center. He was a former president of the New York Foundling Hospital. In October 1964. while he was on an extended holiday in Greece, thieves broke into his Long Island mansion and carted off $100,000 in antique art treasures.

The estate was purchased in 1956 for a reported $400,000 from Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt. the office when the shot was sent police and Arab leeion- Baptist Uiurcn and a past pres- a lime witn her (laughter before returning to Battle Creek in 1962. Her survivors include the AP Wirephoto. TALENT DIRECTOR Margaret M. Conroy of New York City has been named director of the Peace Corps talent search, the agency announced today in Washington.

She will head a nationwide campaign to recruit experienced executives for Peace Corps staff jobs in Washionton and abroad. fired. Police have in their possession a 12-gauge, double-barreled shotgun. report by the medical examiner. Donahue was the grandson of the late dime-store magnate Frank W.

Woolworth, who died in 1919 at the age of 77. Donahue reportedly inherited $15 million from his grandfather's estate when he was 35 years old. Police said Donahue was found lying in bed by his mother, Mrs. James P. Donahue.

A doctor from the Lennox Hill Hospital pronounced him. dead. Donahue's father died in 1931. Donahue Nvas a first cousin of another Woolworth heir, Barbara Hutton. naires into the ancient town of Nablus to carry out a house-to-house search for arms smuggled in by Palestinian gun runners.

Jordan has been swept for days by anti-Hussein rioting fanned by Damascus and Cairo Central's Choir To Sing Tonight In Urbandale Battle Creek Central High daughter, Mrs. Lucille Mitchell, with whom she resided at the Upton Avenue address; two sons, Irving of the same address and Otis of Cleveland, two Local Births radio broadcasts accusing Hus problems for the new Legislature which will be convened next month." What he meant, Romney said, is that the Legislature enacted new programs without providing what he termed "an adequate and equitable tax base" to finance them. In fiscal 1967-68, the governor said, projected revenue of $945 million will be added to a beginning surplus of $73 million for a total of $1,018 billion. He predicted a stand still budget, which "includes no new programs or any enrichment of present programs," would cost $1,107 billion and cause a deficit of $89 million. sein of being soft on Israel and School's a Cappella Choir will urging Palestine refugees to rise give a Christmas concert at Clip-Less Rate BRIGHTON, England (UPI) against him 7:30 p.m.

today in Urbandale Methodist Church sanctuary 65 grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Although Mrs. Brown had been gradually weakening for several years, she never, as her daughter expressed it, "took time to be sick" until the beginning of her final illness last October. The date will be set for funeral service in the Second Baptist Church. Bald-headed patrons of a COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Mr.

and Mrs. David Claar of 610 WaWeeNork Drive, a daughter at 1:38 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph Kulhanek of 29 E. Territorial Road, a son at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.

Donald Wagner of 100 E. Van Buren a son at 5:48 p.m. Tuesday. NQUIRER and NEWS Bedford Road. The choir has given a Christ BATTUE CREEK.

MICHIGAN Brighton barber shop are finally getting a break. A sign in the shop window said: "Haircuts 56 cents, 50 cents for bald-topped men." mas performance annually at the church for a number- of Wednesday, Dec. 7, 7966 Sec. 2 Page 1 years. A variety of Christmas music will be presented by the choir under the direction of G.

Richards. Refreshments will be served after the concert, A free will offering will be taken to help the growing fund to send the choir to the Inter Atassi's speech to the banner-waving, slogan shouting Syrians was broadcast live by Damascus Radio. He said Syria was ready at any time to provide arms to Jordanian "revolutionaries" and urged thzm to continue their struggle until Hussein was overthrown. His speech an almost unprecedented appeal by the ruler of one country fo rthe overthrow of the ruler of another came as military leaders of 12 of the 13 members of the Arab League met in Cairo to discuss possible military measures against Israel. At the Cairo meeting Syria denounced Jordan for failing to carry out Arab League defense commitments in the fight against Israel.

Syrian Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Ibrahim Mak-house blamed Jordan's reactionary rulers" an obvious reference to Hussein. The defense council meeting waff called to forge a unified policy against Israel but the national Music Festival in The Netherlands next June. Officials Detail Dates and Sites For Draft Tests WASHINGTON (AP) Selec tive Service headquarters says draft-eligible men seeking de ferments as college students may take qualification tests at 500 locations across the country next March March 31 or meeting appeared likely to bog down in internal Arab squabbles. Tunisia, at odds with Syria and Egypt, was not even at tending the meeting. mi i ikie Lsa ji MAGNUS City Housing Office Moves fo Truth Dr.

April 8. The tests are similar to those given last month to more than 110,000 men. They are prepared and graded by the Educational Testing Service of Princeton, N.J., and the grades reported to local draft boards. Application forms for the tests will be available at local draft boards after Jan. 20.

The applications must be postmarked not later than Feb. 10. A draft board may consider the tests results along with other information in determining whether to grant deferments. Test results are advisory only and taking of the examinations is optional. The city's public housing of fices have been moved from 382 Parkway Drive to 380 Truth Drive.

The new address will be permanent headquarters for administration and maintenance. AH tenants of Parkway Manor and Northside Homes housing tifcyuuuMMU I M'OMteriui transistors: Smart compact transistors TAPE BESOBDEBS 'Wi GIFTBAIIBS Errant Voters Must Re-Register An estimated 1,000,000 Michigan voters will be removed from voter registration lists if they fail to re-register in De projects are requested by Walter Stewart, public housing director, to make rent payments at the new address. The office, the third to be occupied by Mr. Stewart and his staff since last August, is in the most recently completed building in Parkway Manor. His office was first located in Room 201 of City Hall.

The telephone number of the new office will remain the same: 964-6902. The building in which the office is located also houses a com Everything you need to 88 Reg. $15.88 13 4 Transistor record, play back! Speed 10-transistor pocket-size or 14-transistor personal portable. Both imports with 2-inch. speakers, batteries and earphones.

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$29.95 In jeopardy are voters who 6 Transistor tape and pick-up reel. A have allowed their registration to lapse by failing to vote in two years. munity room for tenants of Part way Manor. AvtUBSn" All city, village and township clerks are required to notify by mail in December all persons who must re-register. These voters can reinstate their registration by returning a post card to their local clerk within 30 days after notification of their lapsed registration.

'COOKIE' MUSIC RELEASE HOLLYWOOD (UPI) United Artists records will release the original soundtrack album of Andre Previn's "The Fortune Cookie" this fall. Local Obituaries A- --lllll llfTlMlllMIIB I T.w". Mrs. Clifford Kendall Mrs. Laura A.

Kendall, 89, of near Richland, widow of Clifford Kendall, died this morning in Borgess Hospital in Kalamazoo, after a short illness. She vives, in addition to a stepdaughter, Martha Jan Rowe of Detroit; his parents and a sister, Mrs. Thomas (Elizabeth) Weibell, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and three brothers, William of Fort Play the Magnus organ in GO seconds without lessons! was born Dec. 16, 1876, in Man- Worth, Charles of Oak Chester, daughter of William Ridge, and Robert of in 1 and Fredericka (Uthaus) Hues- i Prophetstown, 111 lire man. She was married in Shar consolette on on June 15, 1899, to Mr.

Kendall. She had lived in Battle Creek until five years ago, and was a member of the Plymouth William C. Moon William C. Moon, 84, of 123 N. Union a retired tool and die maker, died at 3:10 p.m.

Tuesday at his residence. He had been ill the past six months. He First Congrega- Guild of the tional Church, survived by Reg. $89.95 Mrs. Kendall is two daughters, was born May 31, 1882, at Way Steel reinforced nech Solid state amplifier STEREO PORTABLE table model Mrs.

Ellen Cornwell of near land, a son of William Henry Richland, with whom she was land Alice (Hartwell) Moon, and living, and Mrs. Marjorie Rog- had been a resident of the Battle ers of Saline; five grandchil-j Creek area more than 60 years, dren: six great-grandchildren. He worked for the old Advance- Rumely Nichols Shepardj SfrlT Full stereo Hi Fi automat 95 James VAIUXIMeu. i ik maa aaauuiaieu 44 Route 1, East Leroy, a pilot with the late R. C.

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$59.95 3 Pick-up Sound great with 37 full size treble keys and 12 chord buttons. 32x27x32" consolette in walnut color veneer. 27x11x9" in mahogany color polystyrene. Music Books for the Magnus Organ. $1.00 and $1.50 95 f49 Sterto consolett 69.95 Manual portable 19.88 Reg.

$59.95 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT from 1941 until retiring in 1952, he worked at the Marshall plant of what now is Eaton Yale Towne Inc. He formerly was active in the local Moose Lodge and was a member of the Battle Creek Shuffleboard Club. He was married Sept. 23, 1909, at Charlotte, to Lillian Fitzgerald, who survives. Also surviving are a son, William Charles of 21 Clay a daughter, Mrs.

Virginia A. Ecklund of the Union Street address; two brothers, James E. of Charlotte and Fred F. of Olivet; a sister, Mrs. Carl (Hazel) Bristol of 11826 Beadle Lake Road, five grandchildren and two with the Federal Aviation Agency at Kellogg Regional Airfield the past seven years, died Tuesday in a local hospital where he had been a patient 16 days.

He served as a Navy pilot during World War II and the Korean War and flew during the historic West Berlin airlift. A 21-year member of the Navy Reserve, he held the rank of lieutenant commander. Before, coming here, he was with the FAA In Chicago four years. He was born June 9, 1919, at Indianapolis, a son of William and Lillian (Peelle) Coughlen, and attended the University of Cin-cinati before enlisting in the Navy. He was married July 30, 1965, to Jean Teachout, who sur- COLUMBIA PLAZA, 74 South 20th St.

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