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PAGE EIGHT THE NEWS-PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR, MICH. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1956 Michigan Political Pot Boils (Continued From Page One) "designs of one or two party lenders . . . to make tlie Republican party n closed preserve for all except their own hand-picked candidates." OFFICIAL PARTY COMMENT, from State Chairman John Fcikens, was cool. Surgeon Tells Of Tobacco, Cancer Link (Continued From Page One) Pharmacy and Allied Sciences. The cancer in the r a b b i t s was OBITUARIES Hague Rites Held Largely attended funeral services John A. Smitli "even more malignant than those obtained in mice," he said. "The cancer spreads to practically all of the organs of the rabbit including the heart, the lungs and the liver," UK SAID THE "fust extensive statistical study on this subject" Feikens said in a brief statement: (the possible relationship of tobacco "We are not trying to freeze [ t o lung cancer) showed that all but anyone out of the Republican primary, Any Republican who thinks he has a case to take to the people Is welcome in the Republican primary." Trior to Leonard's announcement chief speculation on the Republican choice centered on Congressmen Alvin M. Ilentley of Owosso and Gerald R. Ford Jr. of Grand Rapids and National Commitleeman Clifford O'Sullivan of Port Huron. Detroit Mayor Albert E. Cobo withdrew his name from consideration earlier. Williams said his state health commissioner, Dr. Albert Heustis 1.3 per cent of the 605 men with cancer of the lung were cigarette smokers and 9T.4 per cent smoked ! o l the church, officiated at the . ..._ DECATUR, Feb. 27 -- John A were held for Mrs. Mary G e t t y s j Smith, 00, a retired Decatur area Hogue at the Eau Claire Communityi fanner, died Saturday at 11:45 n.m church Saturday at 1 p. m. i . . . . . ... Mrs. Hogue, 92-year-old former resident of the Sodus community and thc widow of Lucius M. Hogue died la.st Tuesday in St. Louis, Mich Mrs. Hogue, whose maiden name was Gettys, was an early day schoo teacher. Her father at one time owned part of the land which became the Gettysburg, Pa., battlefield national war cemetery, where President Abraham Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address, and near where President and Mrs. Eisenhower have a home. The Rev. Lloyd Zoschke, pastor more than one pack a day, Dr. Graham said the *tatistiea) relationship was confirmed by 12 other studies in four different countries based on more than 6,000 human cases of lung cancer. In a study published In 1953, he said cancer was produced in 44 per cent of 81 mice by painl- iiiff the shin of Hie hack three times a week for one year with tar from cigarette smcike. He cited the production of experimental cancers in three additional reported from a recent joint meet- strains of mice as further evidence, ing of the commission and t,hc! Bolh in tnc micc alul "bbil tests, committee. Dr. Heustis is a mem-! l l e explained, it took about half the her of the AEC advisory committee.' u ( c s P lin of the species to produce Williams said Dr. Heustis re- tllc cancer. ported that "one group of rules and regulations, on which the coinmit- Relating this to humans, Dr. Graham said if a man smokes cigarettes tee had been called in for advice, excessively for 25 or 30 years, he had been put into effect 10 days'would be between 40 and 50 years before the advisory' committee was old "and by our findings bo on the called to Washington." Two Topics Are Discussed By Colonia Club threshold of developing lung cancer." Solution Of South Korea Death Claimed M. Fields, Donald H. Fields, William Hogue, Harrison Bull, Harold Burton and William Kendall. Burial was in Crystal Springs cemetery. Among the out-of-town people attending the f u n e r a l were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill and Mrs. Howard Nelson of Pcnn Yann, N. Y., and Charles w. HH1 of_Dundee, N. Y. Petersen Kites Held Funeral services for Henry H, Petersen, 78, of 316 W. Napier avenue, were held at 2 p. m. Saturday at, tho Kcrlikowske funeral home in St. Joseph. The Kev. Howard A. Blanning, isstor of the Congregational church, officiated. Burial was in Riverview cemetery, St. Joseph. Casket bearers were Vincent aropepe, Samuel Caropcpe, Harold Polfus, William Brady, Ernest Selby and Ralph Moritz. Two songs, "The Cross" and "Beyond COLOMA, Feb. 27--Two topics were discussed by members of thc Self Culture club meeting Friday with Mrs. John Wolff. "Are You' SEOUL, Feb. 27-(AP)-The gov- Dressed Fit to Kill" by Mrs. Emma eminent claimed today it has solved Scheier was a talk on dangerous j the four-weck-old mystery of the inflammable materials. Mrs. Frank Jackson discussed "New Wonder Fabrics" and listed some 50 of them. Patty Randall played clarinet solos and Mrs. Jackson gave the weekly medition. The club voted money for the "Crusade for Freedom" and heard a report by Mrs. Graydon Pinyard on the club's library as a service activity. The report has gone to the Michigan Federation of Women's slaying of South Korea's counter-intelligence chief. It announced the arre.st. .of five South Korean army men and two "civilian gunmen" and charged them with the killing. Tne announcement said authorities are checking the possibility that a political conspiracy motivated the assassination of Maj. Gen. Kim Chang Yong, who was gunned down Jan. 30 enroute to work. But, officials said there is con- Clubs to be judged in a contest j n [sidernblc evidence that personal · · "· I grievances were behind the slaying. civic activities. Tlie chairman of the library board, Mrs. Maude Hawks, reported the recent purchase of the following books; H. M. S. Ulysses by Alister Mac Lean; Tontine (2 vols) by Thomas Costain; Against the Wind, by Harriet Carr; Onions in the Stew, by Betty McDonald; The Rugged Dozen, by Adele Deleeuw; Marjorie Morning Star, by Herman Wouk. 16 Grand Rapids People Injured On Icy Walks Brazil Mission Slides Shown funeral services Saturday. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Rae Becker. Casket bearers included Robert SAWYER, Feb. 27 -- Thc Rev. Lindsey Harrell, missionary in the upper Amazon in Brazil, South America, showed colored slides members of the Missionary- Circle of the Sawyer Highlands Baptist I church at a recent meeting. Hostess was Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Bethany! Beach. " i The Rev. Harrell was introduced j by the Rev. William Russell of the New Buffalo Bible Baptist church. A trio comprised of Mrs. Wallace Berg, Mrs. Ed. Lundin and Mrs. Forrest Lovett, sang "Precious Name," and the Scripture reading and prayer were given by Mrs. G. A. Christensen. Mrs. Ted Jamison was program leader. GRAND RAPIDS. Feb. 27- (AP)Sixteen persons were s u f f e r i n g f r o m , broken bones t o d a y -- all from tlie [ same cause, a fall. An overnight thaw resulted in a sheet of ice glazing sidewalks and streets in s w i f t l y dropping temperatures Sunday. Several of those suffering fractures were enroute to church when they fell. Hospitals didn't keep those treated for mere [ses. a tab on cuts and l I n f f "' l " '-- TYT f ' i'lCCUllgS Old -Rugged the Sunset," were sung by Robert, Morris. The or- iniiist was Mrs. Mildred Johnson. Mr. Peterson died last Wednesday at his home after an illness of two years. Here from out of town to attend the services were Robert Kaiser and MY. and Mrs. Harry Peterson, all of Niles; Chris Kaiser of South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Al Overtoil, Mrs. Ernest Overton and Harold and Clifford Clemens, all of Oak Park, 111.; Precl Clemens of Lombard, 111.; Prcd Clemens, Jr., of Schiller Park, 111.; and Mrs. Alma Neils and Mr. ·md Mrs. Harry Neils, all of Wau- kegon, III. Clutrles Troxell Graveside services for Charles Troxell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd rroxell, Baroda, who was stillborn at G:30 a. m. Saturday at Mercy Hospital, were held at 8:30 a. m.- today in Riverview cemetery, St. Joseph. The Rev. William Krummcl, pastor of the Zion Evangelical and Reformed church of Baroda, officiated. The infant is survived by his parents; a sister, Shryl; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schacfer of Bavoda; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Troxcil of Baroda. The Kerlikowske funeral home of St. Joseph had charge of arrangements. Mrs, Luccna Me Arthur HARTFORD, Feb. 27 -- Mrs. Luccna McArthur, 90, who lived with her daughter Mrs. May Post at 320 Oak street in Hartford, died Sunday morning at the Hartford hospital. Mrs. McArthur was born Sept 1, 1865 in Keeler, thc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Center. She is survived by her daughter, tfrs. Post of Hartford; a son, Grove p itch of Hartford; a grandson, Ray Fitch of Hartford and a, great- grandson; a niece, Mrs. Mary Vandecar of Hartford; and a nephew, William N. Smith, also of Hartford. Funeral services will be Tuesday it 4 p. m. at the Calvin funeral lome in Hartford with the Rev. William Dolts officiating. Burial will be at the_Maple Hill cemetery. Mrs. Marie //. Patterson HARTFORD, Feb. 27--Mrs. Marie -lill Patterson, 59, of 620 Green avenue in Benton Harbor, died at 2:30 at Mercy hospital. She was a former Hartford resident. Mrs. Patterson was born Nov. 3, 1896 in Keeler and married John tiui-soii on Aug. 12, 192S. She is survived by her husband and three brothers, Floyd Hill of Benton Harbor, Walter Swift of Mourn and George Swift of Hart- ord. Funeral services will be Tuesday 2 p. m. at the Calvin funeral lome in Hartford. The Rev. Allan Robbins and the Rev. Estes Kenney of the Benton Harbor Calvary Bible church will officiate. Burial vill be at the Maple Hill cemetery. The body is at the Calvin funeral lome in Hartford where friends may call. Area Deaths DECATUR, Feb. 27--Thc Decatur Get-to-gethcr club will meet in the home of Mrs. Leo Southworth.i Tuesday. Decatur's Mothers club will meet today in thc Home Economics room (of the high school, at 8 p. m. A film 'will be shown. The V. F. W. will hold election of Elected to the nominating committee were Mrs. Marvin Lindberg ,,. . , Mrs. Olga Johnson and Mrs For- ° fflce TM "\ 1 a °- P ' hal1 ' on Pr ' Church Altar rest Lovett, Auditors chosen were t i a y Mal ' c!l 9 Mrs. J. O. Backlund and Miss Judith Kumlander. Assisting the hostess were Mrs, Tr'om° lm1Uisl a " d Mrs ' Jl Vounc " Society Meets Tucsildy The next meeting will feature a workday at the home of Mrs. J. O Backlund. Bethany Beach, on March 8 at 10 a. m. Eau Claire Men's Club Plans Dinne EAU CLAIRE. Feb. 27 -- Tin- dinner m e e t i n g of the Eau Claire Community Men's club will be Wednesday evening at 7:15 at Eau Claire Community Congregational church. BUIDGMAN, Feb. 27--Thc Altar society of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic church will meet at 7:45 p.m. on Feb. 28, at the church. Members are asked to bring clothing for infants. This clothing will be sent to the Bishops Relief fund. At this m e e t i n g arrangements will be completed for the corned beef and cabbage dinner planned for Sunday, March 18, Forbas Rites Svl LAWRENCE, Feb. 27 -- Services have been set for Tuesday at 2 p.m. for Fred James Forbes, 69, who died Saturday morning at his Lawrence home following a lingering illness. They will be held from the Sisson Funeral homes with tho Rev. William Ooltz, temporary pastor of t h e L a w r e n c e Congregational church, officiating. Masonic rites will be conducted by the Rising Sun lodge of Lawrence. His body will be sent Wednesday to Rochester, Minn., for additional services. Burial will be in the Oakwood Cemetery, Rochester, Minn. Mr. Forbes is survived by his wife. Lillian; and three sisters, Mrs. I f , B. Eva of Duluth, Minn. Mrs, Lillian Brymer of Glencoe, 111., and Mrs. Ofter Ethier, of Santa Monica Calif. Mrs. Forbes was a member of the Piedmont Masonic lodge of Atlanta, Ga., the Order of Royal Arch of Masons, the United church of Hyde Park. ill. nnd thc Order of the Eastern Star of Lawrence. He attended the Lawrence Congregational church. K R I D G M A N MEKTS BRIDGMAN. Feb. 27-- The Old Gold club met recently at thc home Tliis will be the first meet under of Ml ' s - Elizabeth Mathieu with the new officers. John F. Schadt is P riz( ' s ot Raines i;oing to Mrs. Mayo the new president, Joseph M P r a t t Rotl1 - ^ I: 's. Robert Roth and Mrs. vice president, and Jay c Stalev J a n o Tym Guests were Mrs. Wil- fiecretary . treasurer. 'Richard A l i a m Ack( 'TM:in. Mrs. Robert Roth Bowerman, retiring president will an1 M ' E Bpr ' Groh. The group will automatically become the ' new mect N I a r c l 1 7 at the home of Mrs. director. Holding over as directors Harold Mathieu. art Ernest Lcatz and Edwnrri Israel "~ "" The meeting will open with the meal served by the church choir. Edwin S. Gustafson and Harold VanDyken, as arrangement com- and Mrs. John Zimmerman ha inittee, announce that a film on sold 'heir property south of Bloom- 'Hurricane and Hurricane Hunters" ingdalc to Mr. and Mrs. John will feature thc evening's program. Keller who will take possession Charles Woljr DECATUR. Feb. 27 -- Charles Wolfe. 75. n former Dccatur area resident, died tost night at the Cas. county hospital. The body is at the Newell Sons f u n e r a l home in Decatur and burial is scheduled for the Crane cemetery, but other details nnd arrangements are not finished, SELT. HOME BLOOMfNGDALE. Feb. 27-- Mr. If You Are Between 60 and 80 Years... .. . you can still apply for a SI.000 life insurance policy to help take care of flnal expenses without burdening your family. You handle the entire transaction ly mail with OLD AMERICAN ol KANSAS CITY. No obligation. No ime will call on you! Write today, simply (riving your name, address and age. Mall t Old American Ins. Co., 3 West 9th f)epl. 1.382IB, Kansas City, Mo. Adv at the Lake View community hospital in Paw Paw where he had been a patient for two days. Mr. Smith was born June S, 1805 in AJIegan, the son of Mr. and Mrs John C. Smith. He is survived by his wife, Lizzie; two sons, Stephen of Decatur and Floyd of Hartford; three daughters, Mrs. Pearl Michel and Mrs. Annabclle Larkins, both of Kal- amaaoo, and Mrs. Neva Seymour of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; three brothers, William Smith of Watervliet, Ervin Smith of Lincoln, Neb., and Silas Smith of Battle Creek; a sister, Mrs. Hattie Forbes of Decatur, and several grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Decatur Church of God with Rev. Robert Hurt, pastor, officiating. He will be assisted by the Rev. William A. Bishop, pastor of the Decatur Bible church. Burial will be at the Crane cemetery. The body is at the Newell Sons funeral home where friends may call. Vanie Decatur's Top Homemakei" DECATUR, Feb. 27 -- Christine Van't Zelfde, a Decatur high school State Police Arrest Two Claim Pair Robbed Elkhart Gas Station NILES, Feb. 27 -- A pair of Elkhart, Tnd., robbery suspects were captured by two alert state troopers from the Niles post at 4 a. m. yesterday as the officers were returning to the post from highway patrol duty. Troopers Robert Vesey and Joseph Laird reported they heard a dispatch on a robbery and slugging of an Elkhart, Ind., service station a t t e n d a n t by two men dressed in blue uniforms as they were coming off duty early yesterday morning. The two officers drove east on US-112 to make a final check for the blue hardtop car the robbers were allegedly driving before ret u r n i n g to the post. HUNCH On a hunch, Vcsey and Laird stopped a green car with two occupants dressed in ordinary civil- an clothes. Upon searching the |)air, the troopers said they found $152 in bills sticking out of their pockets and wrenches similar to the instruments used in the slugging. According to the dispatch, more than $100 was stolen from the Elkhart service station, so the officers took the two men to the Niles post for questioning. IDENTIFIED Identified as LaVenie G. Stratton, 20, and Ronald Lee Baney, 19, both of Mishawaka, the men broke down after several hours questioning and admitted the theft and slugging, police said. Brrncy told police he was a soldier :iomc on leave, Both men said yesterday they would waive extradition, police reported. Elkhart authorities are expected to come after the two men today. Chikamiiig Roads To Be Sealed Soon, Supervisor Says SAWYER, Feb. 27--Plans are now underway to double-seal several miles of Chikaming township roads as soon as the weather permits, Harold Nelson, Chikaming township supervisor, unnounccd today. Included in this year's road pav- ng plans are the two-mile stretch Jetwecn the Harbert and Three 3aks roads, a section of the Three Oaks road up to Plynn road, and of Lakeside streets, Nelson commented that at a re- several ·Telson blocks said. cent meeting with the Berrien county road commission, it was decided to make a survey of all "Ihikaming roads in need of repair and begin work on the worst ones "irst. The road repair program being undertaken will take about two years to complete, he said. Reports Bogus Check Cashed Friday ;emor, was named the Betty Crocker homemaker of tomorrow at the chool after scoring the highest nark in a written examination chants . . __. aken by girls in thc gradualin" I W. Remus reported to Benton Har:lass. Tlie honor Data fiom: U.S. WfAJHI* MJNIAU 10 - [femiitnMiil o Couimeri* foi Monday Show low l«ii|)etiHui» Today's Weather Map NEW YORK, Feb. 27---Rain or snow is forecast tonight from Florida north to England and westward from the Atlantic to the Mississippi valley and the Upper Lakes as well as in the northwest quarter of the nation. It will be colder west Appalachians and in the central Plains. (AP Wirephoto Map) Local Man Is Held In Stabbing School Name Contest Nears Its Deadline Benton Harbor police were holding a Market street man for investigation of a felonious assault charge today following a brawl early Sunday morning in which a woman was stabbed in the shoulder. Officers Fred Rellis and Elmer Rhodes arrested Kenneth Smith, 41, of 136!£ Market street, on the complaint of Allie Mae Smith, 568 Ninth street. The two are not related. The woman said Smith slabbed her in the shoulder when she refused his request for a date. The alleged attack took place on Eighth street, police said. Mrs. Smith was treated at Mercy hospital. Auxiliary Plans Colonia Dinner On Wednesday COLOMA, Feb. 27--A spaghetti and meat ball dinner with entertainment by the Buccan-Aires is being offered the public for Feb. 29, by the Colonia American Legion Auxiliary. Serving will be from 6 to 9 p. in. Mrs. Sadie Pantaleo is chairman and will be assisted by Mrs. Harold Feury, Airs. Philip Munchow, Mrs. William Bale. Local Driver Jailed As Drunk Joseph Morrison, 22, of 424 Paw Paw avenue, was arrested by Benton Harbor police Saturday on a drunk driving charge. Also booked were A bogus $50 check was cashed | Morris L. Poytone, 36, of 115 Bond at the National Fanners fc Mer- bank, Cashier H. qualifies Miss Van't lelfde to compete in the state 40 years old and signed the name lomemaker of tomorrow contest for college scholarships. bor police. The man who passed the check, Remus said, was about "John Mitchell." street, and Richard I. Jones, 21, of 315 Jones street, St. Joseph, on drunk, disorderly counts. Deadline for entries in a contest to name a new school for retarded children is Friday, officials of Alpha Theta sorority, contest sponsors, reminded, today. The contest is open to all twin cities school children from grades four through eight. Students must choose a name and write n short composition on the reasons for their choice. Each entry must be accompanied by the student's name, grade and school and sent to School Name Contest, box 103, St. Joseph. The new school will be located at the corner of Seelcy street and Britain avenue In a building now occupied by the Industrial Towel Service. Contest winners will be announced March 9, Alpha Theta officials said. Hartford Auxiliary To Sponsor Girl At State Camp HARTFORD, Feb. 27 _ The Hartford American Legion Auxiliary announced this week that it will sponsor a Hartford high school girl at Wolverine Girls State to be conducted June 21-28 at Michigan State University. Tiie Hartford Legion post has sponsored a student at Boys' State for a number of years, but this is the first time «(te Auxiliary will be a sponsor. Sawyer Church Ladies Aid Plans Bake Sale Sat. SAWYER, Feb. 27 -- At a recent meeting of the Ladies Aid society of Trinity Lutheran church, plans were made to hold a bake sale at Bender's store on Saturday, March 3. Mrs. Ed Schiller, Mrs. Herman Schultz, Mrs. Henry Kliemchen and Mrs. Walter Hutter will be in charge of the sale. The meeting was held at t h school, with 12 members and tw.i guests. Mrs. Junior Schmidt and Mrs. Walter Strefling, in attendance. Leonard Meilahn opened the meeting with Scripture reading and prayer. He then spoke on the ideal woman. Special guest speaker for the evening was Mrs. Ralph Gersonde of St. Joseph. She spoke of the Christian Growth Institute to be held at Trinity church, St. Joseph on March 15 and 10. Several women plan on attending this institute. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Henry Schmidt and Mrs. Ed Schiller. The next meeting will be held on Friday, March 16, at 7:30 p. :n. Administrator Asked Berrien Probate Judge Malcolm Hatfield was asked to name Mrs. Evelyn Koenigshof, of Niles, administrator of a $5,550 estate left by her father, Albert Barkmann, Sr., of Niles. The late Mr. Barkmann died Jan. 20. EAU CLAIRE DELEGATES EAU CLAIRE, Feb. 27 -- Mr. and Mrs. Clois O. Pucheu and Mrs. DECATUR BOY HOME Millie E. Whalen will represent- Eau f DECATUR, Feb. 27 -- Sp/3 Paul! Claire Community Congregational j N. Seibel of Decatur has received, church at the Brotherhood Dinner I Eau Claire Auxiliary EAU CLAIRE, Feb. 27 -- The Ladies Auxiliary of the Eau Claire American Legion will meet tonight at 8 p. m. in the home of Mrs Richard N. LaBaumbard. 1VINTED IN FLORIDA SAWYER, Feb. 27--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Zeiger, of Shorewood Hills are wintering in St. Petersburg, Fla. PRIVATE PARKING AT YOUR CONVENIENCE Phone WA 5-1103 Lcroy Peterson, Ryno road, Colo- SPECIALS! WON. - TUES. - WED. ONLY COFFEE Bursley Vacuum Packed Regular or Drip Lb. 790 CHUCK ROAST Good or Choice Lb. 290 PICNICS Smoked Tenderized Lb, 21c GROUND BEEF Freshly Chopped and Packaged Lb. 350 SUPER FOOD MARKET I THE HOME OF BENTON HARBOR'S FINEST HAMS AND BACON MFTC PHOIE Hull i) WA 8-2285 I 376 Territorial ·j Free Parking i, 8:30 to 6:30 Fridays anij Saturday* ·:30 re S BANK AT THE F, M. 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