The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan on May 13, 1956 · Page 16
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The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan · Page 16

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I PAGE SIXTEEN, FIRST SECTION SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1955 THE PORT HURON TIMES HERALD TIMES HERALD WANT ADS -YU ,5-7171 Victims Get First Aid: Flint Home Leveled. I 7. "i - - - .V Mil,, " feW QJF: 1 k . at J r aeL --- - I r-v IH -.....,.t... j NEIGHBORS LOOK OVER the tornado-demolished home of Albert Barnes, south of St. Charles. The kitchen stove was blown out of the house by the twister, which also destroyed two barns in the St. Charles area. No one was at home at the Barnes residence when the tornado hit at 5 p.m. and no injuries were reported in the area. (AP Wirephoto) r ' j rrg I V Cj iWi . Ill I b-HJ L I ! m f- ( : -. Z THE INJURED are shown being treated at St Joseph's Bos- I Flint about 5:30 p.m. Saturday. (AP Wirephoto) pital, Flint, after a tornado struck the east side and suburbs of I AFTERMATH OF BABY TWISTER NEAR KALAMAZOO 'I A BREEZEWAY and double garage were whisked away at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis, northeast of Kalama zoo, late Friday afternoon by a baby twister. The family car and the interior of the house were damaged. (AP Wirephoto) Schoolgirl Caught Running Shakedown Racket Newark, N. J., May 12 AP An 11-year-old schoolgirl has been caught running a $1,000 shakedown racket on a playmate one year younger, police disclosed Saturday. Deputy Police Chief Hugh A. O'Gorman said the younger girl paid that much to her chum on threat of violence after stealing the money from an aunt's tin box. More than $900 was recovered from the juvenile shakedown artist, who said she spent only $2. That $2, she said, went for a box of candy for a Mothers' Day present. Pope To Mark Anniversary Vatican City, May 12 AP Pope Pius XII observes Sunday the 39th anniversary of his consecration as a Bishop. He was consecrated .May 13, 1917 by Pope Benedict XV. A commemoration of the event will be held Sunday at Rome's Institute of the Sisters of the As sumption, of which the Pontiff has been the protector for many years. Members of the College of Cardinals in Rome and of the diplomatic corps accredited to the Vatican will attend. Five per cent of Americans over 65 years old reside in institutions. Times Herald "Fast Action" Want Ads . Get Profitable, Low Cost Results Write your complete ad below, including your name, address or telephone number. Write one word in each space. The amount of your ad appears to the right after the last word. Better results are obtained at lower cost by keeping your ad in the paper dally. J1 MINIMUM ll" SIZE 4D S INES Rl hr kra dlscoanted 10 I'm for csh payment within 10 lays after a! npirei. 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No matter where you are or what you are doing . . . you'll drop everything to spend a refreshing half hour or so "keeping in touch" with home! Before you leave . . . arrange for a vacation subscription to The Times Herald. It will follow you anywhere to keep you "in the know" while you're on the gol The Times Herald will be sent to you daily and Sunday direct from our mail room. Place subscriptions at The Times Herald office or contact your newspaperboy, who will receive credit for the order. Use the convenient subscription form printed below. Mail rates are 45c per week, $1.85 per month and $4.75 for three months, payable in advance according to postal regulations. To The TIMES HERALD Port Huron, Michigan Enclosed find , for $..... (Say whether P.O. Monty Order. Expreti Money Order or Cheek) Please send my mail subscription to The Times Herald for To While you are away, your newspaper boy will put aside your copy of The Times Herald each day neat, clean, and In order. When you return, the newspapers will be delivered to you in the convenient Vacation Plastic Bag. It's the easy way to catch up en the reading you missed while you were away. Important news, regular features, favorite comics all are presented In the familiar columns you are used to reading every day. There's no extra charge for Vacation Pac service. You pay only the regular subscription price. When you return home, the copies of The Times Herald published when you were away will be waiting for you in your Vacation Pac . . . clean and in daily order in a handy plastic bag. Before you leave for Florida,' California, or wherever you plan to spend your vacation, fust tell your Times Herald newspaperboy, "I want the Vacation Pac." (Or phone the circulation department, YU 5-7171.) (Sign Here) Street - t-t - ..... Town Of e - ft-0 State. 18; m Hi : 1M 0 THE BLUE WATER DISTRICT'S DAILY NEWSPAPER 1

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