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V v r " i . v " s - t M - Mi 'I t I 22 THE STATE JOURNAL Thursday, Nov. 21, 1957 " Lansiu .Wirhigan Freak Storm Kills Factory Worker; 12 Others Injured DETROIT, Nov. 21 (JPI One factory worker was killed and 12 others injured yesterday when a freak wind lashed Chrysler corporation production facilities, toppled trees and tore the roofs from several buildings on Detroit's east side. Harry Michalski, 43, of suburban Hamtramck, was killed when he was struck on the head by a 200-pound slab of concrete while working at Chrysler's De- troit forge plant. His 12 injured i jn the area were torn off and lellow-workers were treated at the plant's first aid station. The plant's roof was ripped off and c o n c r e te slabs and pieces of glass showered down on 75 men inside. Several trucks in the factory's transportation yard were tossed about, overturned and twisted. Residents of the small area hit by the wind said it was accompanied by a roar and a flash of lightning. There were no re- seconds later and ports of any tornado funnels in ' in the front vard the area. NOT A TORNADO U. S. weather bureau spokesmen at the nearby Detroit City airport said the highest velocity recorded there was 32 m. p. h. Meteorologists said the force was caused by a sudden shift in air pressure. The gusts of wind were preceded by a brief lull. The weather station's wind gauge was near an airplane which was lifted from its moorings and dashed against a nearby fence. Weal her officials denied that there had been a tornado. The wand, which came from the west at about 6 p. m., was accompanied by rain and snow flurries. plate glass windows were brown from a number of store fronts. Witnesses said one unidentified man was picked up and hurled a short distance while crossing an intersection. Mrs. William E. Jordan told police she rushed to the basement with her daughters, Patricia, 5, and 7-year-old Nettie, when she heard the roar. The home's porch was blown away a large tree was snapped off at its base. CAR OVERTURNED There also were reports of at least one car being overturned and a garage being blown away. Among the most seriously injured of the Chrysler workers were Millard Kent, who suffered fractures of both arms, and Robert Reese who was treated for severe head injuries. One residential block was without power after utility lines were snapped by falling trees. p& lfJW8aa 1111 "" ''r7lZZij$$e 1 '''' V ' ' Guns Blaze At Youths Teen-Agers Are Targets Of Detroit Lads, Caught After Attack NEW IDEA M. R. Pettit, Eaton Rapids funeral director, is shown with his new ambulance, converted from a station wagon according to Mr. Pettit's ideas. When Mr. Pet-tit is ready to turn it in for a new machine, it can be converted back to a regular station wagon. Speaker at Nashville (Special to The State Journal) NASHVILLE, Nov. 21 Ad- . lioccin? tho olomontonr Poront. FLAT ROCK, Nov. 21 l-A;Teache association meeting at car carrying six teen-agers was the Fuller street school Thurs- shot at last night by occupants day evening, Nov. 21, will be of a car that passed them on!fames Pavi?. assistant pro-,., ... .. lessor of television development, US-24 near this southeast Michi- WKAR TV . Michigan sta& uni. gan town. versity.. Mr. Davis will speak on "The Impact of Television on the Child." The passengers, including two girls, huddled on the floor of the car and escaped injury while . -, . , . , . , . , itroit. were booked on charges rifle bullets plunged into theof felonious assault. car. The driver, Burnell Bolick, Two Sentenced At Charlotte CHARLOTTE, Nov. 21 Robert P. DeClercq, 19, of 4604 Lansing rd., Lansing, was found guilty by a municipal court jury Tuesday, following his trial on a charge of driving an automobile while his operator's license was revoked. Judge Angus MacLeod sentenced him to a 20-day term in the Eaton county jail, 18 days to be suspended upon payment of S50.90 fine and court costs. DeClercq appealed the con viction to circuit court and was released after furnishing a $100 bail bond. He was arrested last Aug. 8 on US-27 in Delta township by state police officers. James E. Wilson, 39. of Indianapolis, Ind., pleaded guilty to a drunk driving charge Tuesday. Judge MacLeod sentenced him to a 30-day term in the Ea- iton county jail here, 20 days to E. Rapids Man's Idea Is Adopted (Special to The State Journal) EATON RAPIDS, Nov. 21 A new red and cream colored am bulance has been delivered to M. R. Pettit after a country wide showing. Pettit's idea of using a standard station wagon with a 6-inch higher top for added headroom is now a reality. The new "Briarean" line is manufactured by Chrysler. The conversion features, suggested by Mr. Pettit are supplied by the Eaton Rapids plant of Allied Products corporation. "The idea started," Mr. Pettit said, because our funeral cars and ambulances are special built and I reasoned that a converted station wagon that met our needs would solve production and cost problems." Mr. Pettit discussed his ideas with the Allied personnel and after much study and engineering the conversion details were worked out. In addition to the higher top, an arrangement was made to split the back seat of the station wagon to provide an attendant's seat beside the patient. An auxiliary panel and special wiring to control flasher beacons, tunnel lights and sirens were also added. The conversion plan has been completed so that a mortician's car may be ordered from a regular dealer with the buyer's own specifications, and converted back to a station wagon should a buyer so desire. The roofs of several buildings 'dav. Statp rmlire said thi voiilhs The stricken foree plant is;20. nf Brownstnwn tnwnshin arlmittorl tho chnntino "inct fnr pan oi a cluster or smau enrys- risked the gunlire to get a de- some excitement. ler plants, all of which suffered scription of the assailants. Riding with Bolick were Jerry be suspended upon payment of damage. A company spokesman) Two youths were arrested two! Muir, 18, her sister Irene, 16, of S104.90 fine and court costs, said it would not be possible to.hours later walking along thejCarleton. Nancy Krueger, 17,Wilson was arrested here early estimate damages until later to-, highway. Albert Binkley. and.Joseoh Vitale. 16. and James Tupsdav mornina bv citv police I Richard Johnson, both 18. of De- Johnson, 17, of Monroe. officers. Classroom Need Is Pointed Out At Slockbridge (Special to The State Journal) ST. JOHNS SENDS APPLE JUICE Breakfast for England Nashville Buckwheat Is Included KALAMAZOO, Nov. 21 (UP) Food for a "typical Kalamazoo breakfast" was flown from here to England today where it will be served Monday at the opening of an American exhibit featuring this city. About 50 English dignitaries are expected to attend the breakfast to mark the opening of "Kalamazoo Window of Amer ica" exhibit at Manchester. English cooks, under American supervision, will prepare the breakfast which will include apple juice, sausages, buckwheat cakes, fresh eggs, maple syrup, butter and coffee. Everything except the apple juice, buckwheat cakes and eggs was made or grown in the Kalamazoo area. The apple juice came from St. Johns, the buckwheat mix from Nashville, and eggs came from eastern Michigan and were specially packaged 'Cocktail' Aids Study Of Cancer in Detroit. In addition, the plates, cups, napkins, place mats and table service are all Kalamazoo products. Each person also will receive a tiny bottle of Kalamazoo-mado vitamin pills with their breakfast, courtesy of the Upjohn company. Death Case Nears End Fate of Herman Barmore Is Expected to Rest With Jury Friday . MUSKEGON, Nov. 21 WP) Summations by prosecution and defense today signalled final stages of the trial of Herman Barmore for second degree murder in the death of a Boy Scout in 1955. The case is expected to go to the jury tomorrow. Defense rested yesterday after the 44-year-old New York state parole violator denied he shot Peter Gorham and insisted he never knew the Evanston, HI., youth. It ended the 11th day of trial before Circuit Judge Henry L. ANN ARBOR, Nov. 21 W! A radioactive cocktail that tastes like lemonade is being used by University of Michigan researchers to learn about the food prob lems troubling patients with Beers stomach cancer. This cocktail is non-alcoholic. Its ingredients are water, olive oil, gelatin and glucose. It has no kick. , ! 1955, from nearby Camp Waba The doctors are trying to find; Prosecutor Robert A. Cava- naugh has charged that Barmore made a sex crime victim of the Gorham youth who was fatally shot after he vanished July 5, can be mngo. A 17 year-old youth has testi- Shh! We can't even mention the name of the famous manufacturer, but you'll recognize the quality instantly! Sensational Super Buys! A real man-sized assortment, and every pair first quality! There are hundreds of patterns, styles, fabrics, and colors ... to satisfy every type of taste and every man. Buy them for yourself, or as gifts . . . but whatever you do DO NOT miss this spectacular offer. CHOICE OF STYLES Fancy argyle oatterns. Ivy. Hemphill patterns, conventional snlid color ribs, stripes and many, many others. Over 60 Colors to Choose From I , " jilk j jtk Pill I i " "4 fllL ' A J KF f K3 BPX Wi&KOk. fK J&W Diamond argvles. overolaid.. i rfrprjcf y. m JSStl?' 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A choice of 3 colors. 4-11. out how weight loss stopped or reduced by patients ,- H fn ahnnr "i ,px rplatinn STOCKBRIDGE, Nov. 21 The! who down the Deverage. wilh Barmore at a Muskegon citizens' committee, formed to i Tne cocktail treatment is onebeach in August 1955. At least assist the school board and ad-iPhase of ,he university s study ; four poi,ce officers assigned to ministration in matters pertain ing to growth of the Stockbridge Community school system, has been reactivated after three and one-half years. Twenty of the some 60 members met with the board to discuss the need for more classrooms. A number of possible plans were discussed. One plan was to ask the electors to approve a three, four or five mill levy for from three to of stomacn cancer, ur. Artnur!:.,.cf nt fh. ..,. French, a professor of internal i testified that Earmore also ad- medicine, acts as bartender-in charge of this phase. All patients at University hospital who have undergone stomach surgery for any reason are served the drink. French said his doctors want to learn what proportion of patients have poor food absorbtion after removal of their stomachs mitted abnormal sex acts. Barmore, alias Charles Ficher, has pleaded innocent of murder in the Gorham death. He also denied sexual deviation acts with the 17-year-old witness. A statement he gave Cava-naugh last May 9 admitted the shooting as a target practice accident. His testimony yesterday repudiated the statement and supported defense claims that it was maae m exenange tor a and whether certain types of five years for a building and site ' operations are the cause, fund He said most food is absorbed At the present time the board in tne intestinal tract outside1 deal with Sheriff Arthur Davis is in the process of hiring an 'he stomach, hut after an oper-jto gain a light penalty, architect. The approximately ation for stomach removal, the i Davis and other police officers ?80.000 in the building and site intestine docs not function as who testified for the prosecution fund will be used to add elemen-i we"- 'n most cases f stomach denied the alleged deal and said tary school rooms to either the cancer, at least part ct tne stom- tne statement was volunteered. acn must De removed. 1. i maue up tne story, tsar- All stomach patients are given .more told the court, "but it was a battery of tests including a cocktail to obtain information on how well they absorb protein, fat and carbohydrates. In addition to the basic ingredients, the cocktail contains radioactive Munith both. or Gregory schools or Ithaca Approves Bonds for School (Special to The State Journal) fat. vitamin A. protein in the ITHACA, Nov. 21 Voters in form of amino acids and sugar, the Ithaca school district have The drinking of these sub-approved a $110,000 school bond; stances shows the rate of their issue. i absorbtion, French said. The vote 205-53 approved the j The tests are made before the issue which will finance build-(stomach operation, just after it ing a six classroom addition to i and six months later, the elementary school. I The doctors hope the research Donald L. Baker, superintend- will provide them with informa-ent. said the school was original-1 tion to choose the type of oper-ly built in 1951 on a S300.000 ! ation that will best avoid nu- the sheriff's idea telling me it was much better to admit accidental shooting and take a two-year penalty than take a chance on life because of my record." He has seven years to serve as a New York parole violator. Bar-more's record includes more than 21 years in jails and prisons. bond issue. The voters also approved a three-mill tax increase over a 10 year period to pay off the bonds. Perrinton Youth Seriously Burned tritional troubles afterwards. killed in Livingston county so (Special to The State Journal) DI7DT5TVXrV n nt T ........ Cairl. 18, Fulton school senior far this season- according to the who suffered third degree burns estimate of Bruce Jones, con-nf tho iocr in a fiiiino ctitinr, -. serration officer here. Hon ell Firm Low On M-155 Project The state highway department announced Thursday that W. L. Eva of Howell submitted a low bid of $190,051 to construct improvements on the M-155 approaches over the Chesapeake and Ohio r a il r 0 a d tracks at Howell. To be completed by July 31, 1958, the project calls for improving the grade from about 290 feet south of the crossing north than 90 buck deer have been to Livingston street, a distance of 90 Deer Taken In Livingston (Special to The State Journal) HOWELL, Nov. 21 More about 0.108 of a mile. cident here Tuesday night, is in! Hunting pressure Charlotte Farmer Named To Eaton FHA Group (Special to The State Journal) CHARLOTTE. Nov. 21 Clare Jr., of R. 6, Charlotte, has been "onnH" mnHit.'nn ot rm r;t, light so tar tnis year, 11 was re- hospital. I ported, with the heavy shooting The vnnth nhn ic tha nrlnj 'due tnis weeuena. ui. . - o'""" , . ... , , u, son of Mrs. Nora Cairl of Per- fliosi 01 me ucei iic ingc i.u:f . Farmers rinton, sustained the b'irns when .well fed, hunters said, weighing Home Administration committee-he lit a match inside the filling! between laO and 10 pounds and nlan for Eaton countv He suc. station only minutes after hav-!navin2 antlers with seven to ten ceeds Everett Harms of R. 1, ing serviced a car outside at the points. J Vermontville. who served a full pump. Apparently some gasoline spilled on his trouser leg. Senior r!ay at Perry (Special to The State Journal) PERRY, Nov. 21 The senior class will present the three-act Last vear 122 deer were killed in the county. three year term, Lyle Buxton, the agency's county supervisor, announced. The other two committeemen are Garry Marsh of R. 1, Dimon- dale and Murl Sharp of R. 1, OI- Senior Play at Houelt (Special to The State Journal) HOWELL. Nov. 21 The sen ior class will present the play.jivet. The county committee de- comedy 'Taint the Town Pink"j"The Miracle Touch." 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