The News-Palladium from Benton Harbor, Michigan on June 11, 1964 · Page 3
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Benton Harbor, Michigan
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Thursday, June 11, 1964
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THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964 LATEST NEWS OF ST. JOSEPH S.J. Elks To Observe Flag Day Public Invited To Attend Program St. Joseph Blks have invited the public to a Flag Day observance at 2 p. m. Sunday in the Elks Lodge, 518 Broad street. The program will be a flag ceremony conducted by officers of St. Joseph Lodge 541 and presentation of an American flag to the City of St. Joseph, The flag has flown over the nation's cap- Hoi building. It will be accepted by Mayor Pro Tern William Bill. John Larko, exalted ruler of the lodge, said Frank Kotyuk will direct the flag ritual. More than 2,000 Elks lodges are honoring the.flag on the 187lh anniversary of its creation by the Continental Congress on June 14, 1777. The Americanism committee o( George E. Jones AMVET Post 88, St. Joseph, also will participate in the program. Warren Disbrow is committee chairman. Larko also announced the St. Joseph lodge will participate in the July 4 "Let Freedom Ring" observance. Bells across the nation will ring simultaneously to commemorate the 188th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Elks committee for the Flag Day and July 4 programs is composed of Tom H. Sparks, chairman, Robert L. Winters, past exalted ruler, and Paul Sage. North Lincoln Cub Scouts Get Awards Over two dozen hoys won awards at the recent meeting of North Lincoln school, St. Joseph. Cub Scout pack 29, according to advancement chairman Conrad Grcim. Boys receiving awards were: David Gartley, Milton Hosnedi, Tom Greiger, John Rush, Stan Modelewski, William Gast, Larry Johnson, Elaine Sherrill, Douglas Miller, Joseph Lo Cicero, David Kelm, Ricky Johns and William Zimmerie. Others were Steve Brooks, Douglas Rankin, Wesley Sonnenberg, Keith Umphrey, Dean Dorgelo, Charles Greim, Mike Romeu, Keith Omphrey, Steve Wonson, Keith Bundy, James Hornus, Nick Rose and Edward Rousselle. ' Cubmaster McDonald Vernor reported that den seven won the Blue Knight award for greatest advancement during the month and den 10 was runnerup. GRADUATES GANRGES--Mrs. Kirhy Good- fug recently received a bachelor of science degree from Western Michigan University. She has taught in the Ganges School for-the past five years. Memorial Hospital ADMISSIONS St. Joseph--Mrs. Ralph Gersonde, 850 Mohawk; Kathleen Byrns, 275 Ridgeway; Linda Lou Rosenthal, 219 Broad; Robin Rufz, 279 Prospect. Benton Harbor--Mrs. Edward O'Keefe, route 3; Mrs. A. J. May, 433 Western. Baroda -- Truman Whitlock, route 1. Bridgman--Mrs. Julius Cast. Coloma -- Peter DeVincent, route 3. Harlford--Mrs. Victoria Szewczyk, 429 East Oak; Lewis Rush, West Red Arrow; William Schmalfeldt, route 2. Stevensville--Leonard Brown, route 2; Ralph Freathy, route 2. Sawyer--Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Box 88. Watervliet--Mrs. Albert Statler, Box 123. BIRTHS St. Joseph--A boy, weighing 8 pounds, 7 ounces, was born 10 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Evans, route 1, Wednesday at 1:08 p.m. A girl, weighing 7 pounds, 11V4 ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heiman, 515 Ann, Wednesday at 7:20 p.m. DISCHARGES St. Joseph--Mrs. Alfred Hosel and girl, 824V-: Michigan; Dorothy Pallas, route 2; Mrs. Joel Pridfer, 1600 Forres; Hubert Stenske, 612% Winchester. Benton Harbor -- Mrs. Eddie Bowman and girl, 640 Thresher; Mrs. Gwyndle Lawson and boy, 2135 Lawrence; Mrs. Tommy Speer and boy, 465 South Fair; Mrs. Paul Sherringlon, 294 Jamesway; Phillip Bess, 685 East Vinyard. Baroda -- Truman Whitlock, route 1; Jeffery Nitz, route 1. Berrien Springs--Mrs. Russell Miller and girl, 1024 Niles. Bridgman -- Margb Maranto, 765 Lake. Buchanan--Mrs. Henry W. Ott and girl, route 2. Riverside--George Bartalone, Box 12. Say Youths Stole Tivo Motorcycles PAW PAW -- Two Kalamazoo teenagers were released to their parents Wednesday after authorities in Paw Paw recovered two stolen motorcycles. The two 16-year-old youths, police reported, admitted stealing two n e w Triumph motorcycles a n d other items in a break-in at the Cycle Shop in Kalamazoo. Village Police Chief Grant Root arrested one of the boys after seeing a motorcycle answering the description of those stolen. The youth reportedly admitted stealing the motorcycle and other items and implicated his partner. A wanted bulletin was issued. The wanted boy's father came to Paw Paw last night and found him at the home of some friends. He took his son back to Kalamazoo where the youth also 'admitted the theft, police said. The other motorcycle was recovered. j %?r THE NEWS-PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR. MICH. lily ONE MI lin takes this extra precaution Bcfcm your furnishings go IN something special BOB ON M** «quipment and interior of our VMW. tft ttw famous Sanffizad process that makes short work of mildew, mold and trouMe-ceusing bacteria. Chases mm* unplaniint odors... heept every preckxjs possession fresh and clean. TM» aotcliaiw protection means a safer, mor* relaxed moving day for you and your family. Let us five you trw fu« stay of our modem "Pra-Plwined" moving servicev CM tod* HOT M acante aatifmte. No obfigation. LAFAYETTE BROS. Phone WA 6-8229 21* WATER ST. t*iMBtf Mt*n tAw* PAGE THREE RECEIVES SPECIAL AWARD: Naoko Kinoshita, 17-year-old student from .Japan, who has attended St. Joseph high school for the past year received a special certificate from principal Jack Larsen Wednesday. Shown from left are: Mrs. Robert Strauss, who was "Nikki's" American parent; Miss Kinoshita, Larsen, and Miss Dorothy Dunbar, counselor. Naoko was a tenth grade student while at the high school. When she returns to her home in Osaka she wi 1 be a senior in high school. Following high school she hopes to attend JQKyo University and major in English. GOP Cites Successes 300 Bills Pass At Stale Level Accomplishments of the recent state legislative session were cited to St. Joseph city Republicans Tuesday by Rep. David Upton. Upton said about 300 bills introduced during the session will become law. He reviewed some of the major legislature in education, establishment of a minimum wage, mental health, welfare and maintenance of a balanced budget. The Republican representative from St. Joseph also discussed t h e "Massachusetts b a l l o t " which is scheduled for use in the November election. It lists candidates by office instead of under a straight party label. City Chairman Ralph Ashley urged an all-out campaign to register; voters by the Aug. 3 deadline for the Sep(. 1 primary. Ashley said about 1,500 voters had their names removed from the rolls for failure to vote for two succesive years. Phil Molloy, member of the rules subcommittee o£ the county GOP committee, said new rules are being considered to comply with new election laws and make the county organization more effective. Ban Picketing CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) --Construction of the Saturn rocket launch complex at the Merritt Island moonport was expected to resume today when a federal court han on picketing by striking railroad workers goes into effect. Receives Certificate Leroy C. Dorow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dorow, 410 Court street, St. Joseph, received a bachelor's degree in physical education and a secondary teaching certificate at recent Hillsdaie college commencement ceremonies. One of a family of 10 children, all of whom finished high school, he was a member of the largest graduating class in the 120-year history of the Michigan liberal arts college. There were 118 bachelor's degrees and three honorary doctorates conferred by Hillsdale president J. Donald Phillips. The commencement speaker was Jenkin Lloyd Jones, editor of The Tulsa Tribune and nationally syndicated columnist. State OK's School Loan Sl. Joseph Will Borrow $86,805 The state department of instruction has given St. Joseph public schools permission to borrow $86,805 to tide the district over the summer. Last week the department ap proved a plan to borrow $93,100 for current expenses. The money will be borrowed from the Inter-City bank at 2% per cent interest. In another financial move the board approved payment of $14,440.25 on bonds and interest on the North Lincoln and new high school debts. Kay Zitta Honored Crisco Award Is Presented Kay Zitta was presented the Crisco award for being the out standing ninth grade homemak er at a recent "Farewell to the Ninth Grade" program at SI Joseph Junior High school. Home economics Icacher Mrs. John Peffers made the presentation. Miss Zitta, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank Zitta, 535 La Salle street, St. Joseph, wa:, given the award because, "We feel she is a very good repre sentative of the qualities thai we look for in a home maker,' according to Mrs. Peffers ( K a j took home economics in seven fh, eighth and ninth grades. The award is given by the Proc tor and Gamble Co. Dr. F. E. J. Harder of An drews university, B c r r i c i Springs, was guest speaker. Hi talk was based on the theme "This Land is Your Land." The seventh and eighth grad chorus, directed by Willian Tower, sang two selections. Al vin Wetter, science and malhe matics teacher, gave the invo cation and benediction. Clifford Reed, junior hig, school student council presidenl gave the farewell to the nihti graders and Thomas Busch, sen ior high school student counci president, gave the welcome the ninth graders. Marries Again NEW YORK (AP)--Dr. Jam es S. Murphy, whose wife divor ced him to marry Gov. Nelso A. Rockefeller, married Victor ia Thompson, young New Yor socialite yesterday. 40 Grads At Trinity Lutheran Commencement Set For Friday Trinity Lutheran School of St. : oseph will hold its annual :onimencement exercises for 40 ;rartuates Friday at 8 p. m. in he school auditorium. The Rev. Martin J. Zschoehe, "ormer pastor of Trinity Lutheran church and now pastor of the mmanuel Lutheran c h u r c h Valparaiso, Ind., will be the "eatured speaker. The graduates will be pre sentcd by Arnold J. Glacss principal, to Edward Schalon chairman of the board of educa ion, who will award the diplo mas. The valedictory address wil e given by Gail Walters anc he salutatory by Debra Neu nan. The reply to the valedic ory will be delivered by Jo Ellyn Bodlkc. Celeste Collier will recite Psalm 1. Grades 5-7 will sing 'Take My Life and Let It Be 1 ind the graduates will sins, .heir class song, "Savior, I Fol ow On." Spelling contest awards will b presented to winner David Bart off and runner-up Michae Mashke. The graduates are Dennis Al jrecht, Bette Baker, Davic Bartloff, Celeste Collier, James Arouse, Deborah Dorow, Susan Emery, Sandra Fisher, Sandra Sietler, Daryl Hacker, Angela Heckert, Merrily Ilogue, Keitl Johnson, Cynthia Klug, Davic King, Thomas King, Davit Knuth, Rudy Koshar, Jr., Chris tine Kutz, Linda LcBon. Also David Littkc, Steven Machacek, Karl Milnikcl, Thorn as Milnikel, Debra Neuman Frederick Pallas, Linda Pesko Steven Patznick, Pamela Ran dall, Giesla Ilichert, Roge Shaff, Sandra Shuler, Jean Tefs Donna Tilly, Gary Volkers, Gai Walters, Alfred Wassilak, Rob ert Wendt, Robert Wier am Lynn Ziemer. _ Fish Fry Is Held In Hoiior Of Birthdays Mr. ami Mrs. Victor Radlk entertained 20 guests Wednei day night at a fish fry at thci home on Scottdale road, soul of St. Joseph. The occasion observed th birthday anniversaries of the daughter, Mrs. Robert Di.xo and of their brother-in-law, Le Roy Hacker. Mrs. Radtkc was assisted b her sister, Mrs. Hacker. ·*- · May Meet RAWALPINDI, P a k i s t a n (AP) '--Prime Minister Lai Ba hadur Shastri of India ma meet with President Moham mod Ayub Khan of Pakistan i London next month in an effoi to improve relations betwee their feuding countries, th Pakistan Times reported froi New Delhi today. FOR HEMOPHILIA CLINIC: A total of $4,003.87 collected in the Twin City hemophilia campaign will be used to help establish a clinic at University of Michigan for treatment of the rare blood disease. Floyd Costerisan (left), treasurer of the area cam- · paign, presents check to Robert Molhoek, president of the Michigan Chapter of National Hemophilia Foundation. . Receives Master's Degree At U-M Joins Finance Department Of General Motors Eddie L, Jones will reach the two-thirds mark in his goal of academic achievement Sunday when he receives a master's degree in graduation ceremonies at Michigan Slate university. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Jones, 776 Territorial road, has completed a two- year graduate course toward a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling. Part of his graduate work was at a clinic in New York. He plans to work as a conn- selor of the physically handi capped and emotionally disturb ed and eventually reach his goa of a doctor of philosophy degree in counseling psychology. Jones' first college degree was obtained in 1962 when he was graduated from MSU with a BA. He attended the university on a full tuition scholarship for four years and also was awarded a Hinman scholarship during his junior year. He is a 1958 graduate of Benton Harbor high school. Merchant Dead LONDON (AP) -- Eric M. 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