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WEDNESDAY, MAY II, 1965 THE NEWS PALLADIUM, BENTON-HARBOR, MICH. PAGE EIGHTEEN EARLY START New Fire OBITUARIES by the DAV, assisted by the other "two groups." Dale Wetzel served as commander; Adolph Friske as chaplain; Seymour Mass as chaplain's aid; Bert Thornton as officer of the day; Dale Wetzel and Louis Kowalski as color bearers; Bernard Con-ley and Ray Cutler as color guards; and Robert Steele, and Clifford Piatt composed the fir ---s- a v. THOUGHTFUL FIREMAN: Dropping a hanger of clothes from a second-story window Monday is an unidentified Benton township volunteer fireman during a blaze at the home of Dallas Slatton on Napier avenue near Hillandale road. Although fire was confined to Walls and the attic, the interior of the house was extensively damaged, by smoke and water. (Staff photo) Tuesday's Action In Lansing By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE GOVERNOR Honored By WMU Trustees New Buffalo Girl Gets Scholarship MARGARET ZIENTARSKI NEW BUFFALO Stanley A.
Sosnouski, New Buffalo high school principal, has announced that Margaret Zientarski has received the board of trustees scholarship from Western Michigan university. Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zientarski, New Buffalo, has also received New Buffalo Service League scholarship for 1966. She has been a member of the National Honor society for three years, serving as secretary her junior year and vice president her senior year.
She has served as secretary and treasurer of her class, a member at large of the student council for two years and Girls Athletic Association member for four years. She won the student council talent show her junior year and has appeared in several school plays. She has been a cheerleader for five years and recently received the D.A.R.. Good Citizenship award. Miss Zientarski has applied and been accepted at Western Michigan university where she will major in secondary education, specializing in English and drama.
B.H.E.A. Has Celebration (Continued From Page Three) harmony, especially in today's growing population wnicn, fie said, could hit the two billion mark in the United States shortly after the turn of the next century. 'EACH IS UNIQUE The educator's audience was reminded that each person in the world is unique there is not another person exactly the same ana yet each requires others to share in living. The group also was reminded that everyone has the desire to learn, despite a sometimes contradictory attitude of some students. Also at the meeting, gifts were presented to nine retiring teachers.
They are Ruth Blanch-ard, Seeley McCord school; Mabel Closson, Eaman; i 1 a Dahlmer, Benton Harbor high school; Gladys Fricke, Mill-burg; Helene Greene, Bard; Hope Jasper, Sorter; Lillian Kerry, Benton Harbor junior high; Lucille Schedler, Eaman; and Evelyn Vogel, Benton Harbor junior high. Griffin Is (Continued From Page One) noteworthy because he has been in the minority party in Congress during his en- tire career to date." Griffin faces opposition in the Aug. 2 Republican primary from Grand Rapids businessman Deane Baker, but is an overwhelming favorite to Romney observed that Griffin was the only contender in either party for the Senate seat with congressional experience. The appointment had been a foregone conclusion. Even before Romney's official announcement, publicity men for Michigan legislative leaders and Rep.
Gerald Ford, were grinding out congratulatory statements. Griffin played a leading role when Ford, now Republican House leader, took the leadership from Rep. Charles Halleck, R- in January 1965. Without congressional an proval, the United States Mint cannot change a coin's design for 25 years. it Appo Col.
Jack Metzdarf Graveside services were scheduled to be held this afternoon a Arlington National cemetery, Washington, D.C., for Col. Jack R. MeUdorf, 48, of 8314 Carrleigh Parkway, Springfield, Va.r who died Saturday in Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Cofc Metzdorf a member of the Army Council of Review Board at the Pentagon since 1965. He was born in Sioux City, Iowa and had served in World War II and the Korean War.
Survivors include his widow, the former Jane Hovey; three children. Brucer Thomas and Susan, an at home; his mother, Mrs. Anna Metzdorf of Benton Harbor; a brother, George R. of Camp Hill, and a sister, Mrs. Lois Truman of Benton Harbor.
-r-' Porter Rites Held FuneratTiervices" for Arthur Porter, 86, of 3709 Lincoln avenue, St. Joseph, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Kerlikowske and Starks funeral home, St. Joseph. The Rev.
EX Irion, pastor of the Zion Evangelical and Reformed church of St. Joseph, officiated. Mrs. Mildred Johnson was the organist Casket bearers were Edwin kerlikowske, Franklin and Leon Gaul and Thomas, Stanley and Dwight Porter. Burial followed in Spring Run cemetery, Scottdale.
Mr. Porter died Saturday at 11:15 p.m. at his home. Mrs. Emily Daniels Mrs.
Emily Daniels, 85, died Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the home of her sister, Mrs. W.H. (Jennie) Baxter of box 16, Stevens-ville, with whom she had been living. Mrs.
Daniels was born in Manchester, England Sept. 21, 1880. Besides Mrs. Baxter, survivors include one son, Robert Snow of Walled Lake; several grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Earl (Victoria) Campbell of Ludington; and one brother, Fred Crosdale of Stevensville.
Two children preceded her in Heath Funeral services are scheduled to be held Friday at the Richardson-Bird funeral home in Walled Lake where she was taken today. Burial will be in Richardson cemetery. The Kerlikowske ana btariu funeral home, St Joseph, was in charge of local arrangements. Memorials may De maae the North Lincoln Bapust church, St Joseph. Mrs.
Louise Runtz Word has been received here of the death of Mrs, Louise M. Runtz, 73, wife of the Rev. August Runtz, former operator of the Baptist Children's home in SU Joseph. Mrs. Runtz oiea April 22 in Seattle, where she had resided with her husband for the past six and a half years.
In addition to ner misDana, 1 t-M. survivors inciuae a aaugmer, Ms. Lemuel Peterson of Seattle and a sister, Mrs. Barbara Field of Bridgeport, Conn. Funeral services were held at the Adams Forkner Chapel in Seattle on April 26.
Burial followed there. White Rites Held Funeral services for Mrs. Johanna E. White, 86, of 1418 Forres avenue, Str Joseph, who died Friday in the Illinois Masonic hospital, Chicago, were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Drake funeral home, Chicago.
The Rev. Robert C. Hubbard officiated and Helen Nettinga was the organist. Casket bearers were Charles Hartman, Lee Hartman, Don Hartman, Alan renner, Ray Schmidt and Roy White. Burial was in Elmwood Memorial Park, River Grove, 111.
Hetler Rites Held Funeral services for Clare N. Hetler, 71, of 1166 Ogden, Benton Harbor, who died Saturday morning in Mercy hospital, Benton Harbor, were held yesterday at 2 p.m. in the Florin funeral home. The Rev. Howard A.
Lyman, pastor of the Methodist Peace Temple, officiated. Mrs. Carroll Williams was the organist. Casket bearers were Marion Harner, James Locke, Otto North, Ernest A. Steinke.
Walter Miller and Seymour Mass. Members of the DAV Chapter No. 17, the VFW Chapter No. 1137 and the American Legion Post No. 105 and their auxiliaries attended the services in a group.
Military rites were conducted in the Riverview cemetery Legal Or Not? Lincoln otes Yes Lawyers Question Constitutionality Continu'ed From Page Three until the June 14 board meeting. The-equests for rezoning-all or part bf 1,200 acres from residential to commercial and industrial was made by officials of Manley Brothers, Ches terton, sand The delay was felt necessary by' board members to enable them to study the planned de-yelopment district program and also to await further reports on a bill which was introduced to the House aimed at making the area a State Park. Introduction of the bin was made by State ReD. Floyd pern-. ocrat-of Benton township, township planning xonv mission recommended denial bf the xezoning request at an April 7 public hearing on the matter.
The delay in action brought comments of disapproval, by Jensen and a few residents attending the meeting. BILLIARD PERMIT The board granted a permit for a public billiard and pool room to Leonard and Jean ca-Dozio to be issued upon receipt of payment of past due bills owed to the townsmp. Lapozio plans to take over an established pool room located in one section of a duplex building on John Beers road. They also plan to use the entire building f6r, a pool room and in the future build an addition to the present building for a pizza take- out store. It was voted to allocate up to $600, to a summer recreation program ior cnuaren uncom andjBaroda township and Stevensville and' Baroda.
Warren VanOsdal, township treasurer, was named to represent the board on the program. Another $150 was allocated to the Lake-shore Youth Baseball Association. In a report from the Berrien County Road commission on the Washington avenue project, it was stated the commission had completed its work and bids would be taken on May 21 for seal coating the road. The commission also reported that unpaved roads would receive the first chloride treatment during this month. Lincoln township residents must then report to township officials when additional chloride treatments are needed throughout summer.
Estimates have been asked by Lincoln and St. Joseph townships for a sealed road on Maiden Lane. The cost would be based on matching funds with the county. A meeting will be held tonight concerning the sanitary land fill for Lincoln, Baroda and Royal-ton townships and the villages of Stevensville and Baroda. Officials expect to get bids from persons interested and qualified in operating a land fill for the area.
TEST "WELLS Gaast said two test wells have been drilled in the township in an effort to obtain water for the area. He said six or seven test wells will be drilled at a cost of $1.25 per foot. Local industries have contributed approximately $800 to the project, Gast stated. Cemetery sexton, Clifford Star-buck, was engaged to maintain the township's three public parks. He will be paid $300 for the season.
Because garbage may not be dumped in the Stevensville dump, presently used by township residents, park users have been asked not to dispose of garbage in the refuse cans in the park. An invitation was extended to township officials and area residents to tour the Grand Mere area on Sunday, May 22. The tour will be conducted by the Grand Mere Association and interested persons are asked to meet in Tosi's parking lot between 1 and 2 p.m. Kim Novak Seeks Divorce HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Actress Kim Novak is seeking a divorce from her husband of one year, British actor Richard Johnson, the Los Angeles Times reported today. 4 The Times says a suit was filed in Monterey County under her legal name, Marilyn Pau-line Johnson, following their separation Feb.
5. I The couple married March 15, 1965, at Beaver Dam, near Aspen, Colo. The marriage was her first, his second. Mis Novak is 33, Johnson 38. KERLIKOWSKE and STARKS Mrs.
Emily Daniels Friday Richardson-'Bird funeral home Walled Lake BH Crusade Lists Slides. Bells Tonight More than 600 people attend-in? the Spiritual Life Crusade in the Benton Harbor high school auditorium evening heard-Cherokee Chief Bruce Thum declare that a person who feel God is abBot- mil Tt it mn mnrc traffic to 111 U. Ah UJ r.VU be without spiritual feeling than to be without tne sense oi physical he said in the theme. "Harden ed "Welcome tears if you would avoid Bardened the chief urged his audience, are liquid prayers." v-i Tonight's service of the crusade will 1 begin at 7:15 to nmvide time for Chief Thum to show pictures of his recent trip to the Holy Land and Soviet Russia! A special feature of musical program will be the musical cowbells played by the Rev. Charles Veraess, business manager of the Sunshine Evangelistic party which is conducting the crusade.
The Spiritual Life Crusade is sponsored by a group of 16 area Full Gospel churches. The Rev. John Whitsity of the Benton Harbor tabernacle is' chairman. The crusade will conclude on Monday evening with -the presentation of a pageant, "Calvary's Blackout," in which members of local churches will participate. The Sunday afternoon service will be an all musical program.
Police Win Dice Game Three B.H. Boys Are Charged It doesn't pay to shoot dice against a school building, three boys learned yesterday. Arrested yesterday afternoon by Benton Harbor police on gambling charges were Ronald Lee Smith, 17, of 392 Park street; two 15-year-old and one 14-year-old boys. Smith also was booked on a charge of contribut: ing to the delinquency of minors. An area resident at 4:15 p.m.
notified police that it looked like gambling going on behind the Henry B. Morton school near Stevens street and Green avenue. Patrolmen James Jackson, Ronald Peil and Philipp Schneider said five boys were observ ed in what appeared to be a crap game, but two fled when seeing arriving police. Mrs. Lee Field, 383 Park last night told Patrolman Kenneth Welsher a battery had been taken from her car, parked at the rear of her home.
Robert Scheffler, 3618 Sandra terrace, Fairplain, yesterday told 'Sgt. Harold Harris a hub cap had been taken from his car, parked near the fruit market. A 12-year-old Negro boy at 8:55 p.m. yesterday, told Patrolman James Jackson two men jumped from an alley between Morton and Hull ave nue and chased him a short distance along Edwards avenue Jackson said the boy ran into a house. No trace of the men was found, Jackson said, adding that the only description is that they were white persons.
Marriage Licenses The following marriage ii censes nave been issued by Berrien County Clerk Forrest H. Paul M. Vaneck, 47, and Silva A. Sommers, 39, both Union Pier. DeWayne Elilott, 24, and Ruth A.
Johnson, 24, both Benton Harbor. Harry Peek, 23,. and Joyce J. Snell, 20, Benton Harold Sterling, 52, Battle Creek, and Martha Davis, 42, Niles. Malcolm H.
50, and Jeanette Hartman, 49, both Sodus. George Gowland, 30, and Richelene 23, both Niles. Lloyd C. Brown, 45, and Patricia Kunkle, 41, both Ben ton Harbor. i RETURN HOME BLOOMINGDALE Mr, and Mrs.
Malcolm G. Dickerson returned home Saturday after spending the winter with their oldest son, Dr. Gordon Dicker-son in Ottawa, Canada and their daughter, Mrs. Robert Fisher in New Foundland, N.J. Of Quality, Distinction and Good Value for all occasions stop or call CRYSTAL SFRIIIGS FLORIST Flawtr Shop fir Grtenhautei 1475 Pipwront Ph.
WA 5-1167 eve 10 on all pofttd plant Mih fir carry Station Is gKiF Three Oaks Twp. Board Meeting THREE OAKS Minor building code changes were discussed at some length at iastmghfs meeting of the' Three Oaks township board held in the township hall. T. D. Childs, township attorney, will draw up copies of the suggested changes in the code for board members' to study ten days prior to the next meeting when final action will be taken, Richard Potts, township treasurer, reported on a meeting held Monday by Three Oaks firemen, village and township fire committees at which firemen voiced the need for a new fire station.
A petition containing the signatures of at least 150 property owners would have to be obtained in order to put a special millage proposal for a fire station on the ballot in the November general election. OTHER BUSINESS The board heard a request of James Zabel, owner of Za-bel' Salvage yard on Kruger road, to build a fence 50 feet long beside the road to hide cars, being held there for police and insurance adjusters. The board will study the request further. Plans were made to have the trim on the tool house at Forest Lawn cemetery repainted and to have the trim on the township library repainted where it is peeling. Mrs.
Margaret Grannis, clerk, was authorized to buy six win-dowshades for the township hall. The purchase of a tractor, trailer and mower for Forest Lawn cemetery was discussed and tabled. The board will meet Friday afternoon with the Berrien county road commission in Benton Harbor to decide on road improvements in the township this year. Fennville Honor Roll FENNVILLE The Fenn ville high school honor roll for the fifth marking period includes: 7 Ninth ade Randi Comeau, Sue Green, Connie Adkin, Linda Baker, Nestora Canales, William Dalton, Joe Dornak, Dennis Emborsky, xanne Herrick, Margaret Kornow, Joseph Marfia, Ed Susan Sargent, Sally VanVoorhees, Leslie Winne and Thomas Wolters. Tenth grade Robert Christenson, Denise Gould, Car-la McDonald, Mildren Wahm-hoff, Lynne Bolenbaugh, Beverly Bolis-Kathy Cerveny, Dana Emborsky, Douglas Hutchinson, John Marfia, Connie Overhiser, Mary Lou Robinson, Mary Jo Sexton, Mary Squire and Millie VanDenBrink.
Eleventh grade Kenneth Baker, Nataly Hopper, Don Wright, Rosemarie Alexander, Joy Anderson, William Barron, Lynne i 1 i Patti Blake, Trade Case, Michael Clark, Coleen Crane, Renee Ely, Carolyn Higgins, Donna Huns-berger, Sue Jaragosky, Allen Kornow, Peggy McCarty and Barbara Overhiser. Twelfth grade Antonie Gould, James Hemry, Leland Hutchinson, Stephen Johnson, Alice Wahmhoff, Chris Adkin, Jackie Barnes, Marion Becker, Dan Bushee, Barbara Christenson, Brian Clark, Janet Cunningham, Janice Hagger, Marie Hunsberger, Diane Johnson, Mary Johnson, Diane McCarty, Dan. Madejczyk, Diana Moreno, Gary Payne, Carolyn Sexton, Greg Shaw, Gail Sorenson, Sue Stover and Marcia Stremler. B.H. Driver COVERT-South Haven state police said James Adell, 39, Of 131 Concord street, Benton Harbor, was admitted to South Haven Community hospital early Tuesday after the car he was driving left 1-196 and rolled over in Covert township.
Hospital personnel said Adell was suffering from a head injury and was reported in good condition today. Police said Adell apparently fell asleep behind the wheel when the accident occurred around 3:30 a.m. BEY FUNERAL HOME mmiSQi NILES AVENUEOn The Twin Cities' finest, most progressive funeral service PHONE 983-1514 MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN RULE Hospitalized Mrs. H.L. Dreher of Niles; seven grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
Mrs. Miller was a member of the Pokagon Methodist church. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Lyon funeral home. The Rev.
Fred Smith, pastor of the South Niles Community church, and the Rev W.Y. Pohly, retired minister, will officiate. Burial will be in Sumnerville cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. this evening.
Accused Of Break In GRAND JUNCTION State police said they apprehended two rural Grand Junction boys, 14 and 15, yesterday on charges of breaking and entering a cottage on Jephtia Lake. Police said the boys admitted breaking into a cottage owned by W. L. Bentley, Chicago, and taking ten bottles of liquor, 21 cans of beer, two packages of cigarettes, a cigarette lighter, and some old coins. Some of the loot was recovered but the liquor had been reportedly dumped on the ground by the, boys and a woman who discovered some of it hidden at her home, police said.
The boys were turned over to custody of Van, Buren Probate court. Three otter boys, 9, 10, and 12, were also believed to be mvolved, police said. ing squad. The bugler was John BaldwinTThe flag wasToldetf by Adolph Friske and Seymour Mass and presented to Mrs. Hetler.
Area Deaths Lee Rites Held BERRIEN SPRINGS Funeral services for Mrs. Clinton W. (Grace Mable) Lee were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Pioneer Memorial church at Andrews University. Elder Donald Jacobsen and Elder.
Steve Vitrano officiated. Dr. C. W. Becker was the organist Elder Donald Jacobsen and Farrel Brizenbine sang a duet.
Casket bearers were Bruce Hinckley, Suh Che, Kingsley Whittsett, John Williams, Jai-Youn Oh, and Desmond Cummings. Burial followed in the Rose Hill cemetery. Mrs. Lee died unexpectedly in her home Friday night. The Allred-Mayhew funeral home was in charge of arrangements.
Miss Eleanor Pross UNION PIER Miss Eleanor Pross, 83, who resided with her sister, Mrs. Katherine (Kucera) Prusa, at route 1, Union Pier, died at home at 10:40 a.m. Tuesday. Miss Pross was born Dec. 24, 1882, in Czechoslovakia, the daughter of James and Josephine Pross.
She had resided in Union Pier for the past 32 years and was a self-employed seamstress. Besides her sister, survivors include four nieces and two nephews. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Smith funeral home. The Rev.
Larry Grubaugh, pastor of the New Buffalo Methodist church, will officiate. Burial will be in Pine Grove cemetery, New Buffalo. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 p.m. Thursday evening until the hour of services on Saturday. Leffler Rites Held DECATUR Funeral services for Fred O.
Leffler, 70, of route 2, Decatur, who died Saturdy morning at his home, were held yesterday at 2 p.m. in the First Presbyterian church of Decatur. The Rev." Henry Houseman, pastor of the Trowbridge Methodist church, officiated. Casket bearers were Harry Sandberg, James Adduci, Erwin Ruff, Alton Fisher, Richard Conway and Vera Daniels. Honorary bearers were Gen.
E. Lasher, Robert McDonald, Lee Roblee, William Brooks, Harold VanKampen and Ames Berkely. Cremation took place in Graceland cemetery, Grand Rapids. Mr. Leffler was born Jan.
20, 1896, in Florence, the son of Carl and Caroline Leffler. The Newell funeral home, Decatur, was in charge of arrangements. Johnson Rites Set COVERT Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Johnson, 70, of 7261 East 34th avenue, Covert, who died Monday morning in the Watervliet Community hospital, are scheduled to be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist church of Covert.
The Rev. Sherman McClain, pastor, will officiate. Burial will follow in. Covert cemetery. Friends will be received by the family at the church from 8 to 10 p.m.
Friday. Swann Rites Set SOUTH HAVEN Funeral services for Isiaji Charles Swann, 52, of 968 Center street, who died Monday evening, are scheduled to be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Calvin funeral home, South Haven. The Rev. Thomas F.
Cloud, pastor of the Spiritual Church of Christ, will officiate. Burial will follow in Lake View cemetery Mr. Swann was born in Wheeling, W. Sept. 1913.
He moved to South Haven in 1943 trom Chattanooga, Tenn. Survivors include his widow, Vera one daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Gamble of South Haven; three sons, Arthur of Kala mazoo, Joseph of Detroit and Kevin at home; four grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Ruby Brockington of Chattanooga. Mrs.
Edna Miller A I AC-Mrs. Edna Clare Miller, 84, of Pokagon township, died this morning in Lee Memorial hospital where she had been a patient since last evening. Mrs. Miller was born Jan. 17, 1881, in Pokagon township, the daughter of Frank and Minerva Cady Oyler.
She married Raymond Miller May 18, 1902, in Sumnerville. Mr. Miller died March 10, 1966. Survivors include a son, Samuel H. of Pokagon; a daughter, No Parking Ticket -But Bigger Trouble Testified in Washington, D.C., on proposed federal traffic safe ty legislation.
Greeted 22 foreign visitors be ginning pre-Michigan Week tour of state. Named members of Mental Health Advisory Council and State Residential Builders' and Maintenance Alteration Con tractors' Board. THE SENATE Met in committees. THE HOUSE -Met briefly. THE SUPREME COURT Ruled that city 'attorney, not hospital board of managers, has right to appoint legal counsel for Hurley Hospital in Flint.
THE APPEALS COURT Heard arguments in the Maj. Gen. Ronald McDonald case. VIRGINIA TRIP BUCHANAN Mrs. Frances Bilotti returned home Tuesday from Arlington, where she spent several days as a guest of her daughter, Miss Antoinette Bilotti, who is employed by the federal government.
Saturday evening Mrs. Bilotti attended the presentation of the Gilbert and Sullivan musical, "Iloanthe," in which her daughter appeared in one of the leading roles. avenue intersection. Fiedler said the fleeing car hit a log and dirt fence on a dirt roadway and the youth was captured in a foot chase. The suspect moved here frcm Chicago about three weeks ago, police said.
Items reported taken in an earlier burglary at the pawn shop included 13 clalss rings, two walkie-talkie radio sets, two pairs of binoculars, about eight watches, a tape recorder and transistor radio. All of the items except the watches and class rings were recovered. Benton township police assisted Benton Harbor officers in the chase. Ashley Ford Sales member CAR RENTAL Day Wiek Month Check Our low ftontel Hmtm Call Barbara Pitrca at ASHLEY FORD Falrplaln Plata 926-6441 A 16-yearold youth, who might have settled for a parking ticket, was arrested early today by Benton Harbor police on three more serious charges. Patrolman Marvin Fiedler said the boy was apprehended in a high speed chase and booked on charges of breaking and entering, reckless driving and no operator's license.
Fiedler said a quantity of merchandise believed taken from Price's pawn shop, 68 Sixth street, was recovered. Fiedler said the chase began about 4 a. m. after an overnight parking ticket had been released for a car on Ross street. The ticket was torn up because a youth told police he had only parked a few minutes and was departing.
When asked for identification, the youth fled in his car touching off a chase that ended near the Pipestone road-Nickerson A TRUSTED NAME IN FUNERAL SERVICE FLORIN FUNERAL HOME 9251103 PIPESTONE AT BROADWAY BENTON HARBOR, MICH. Friday Ends Sign For Cropland Program Friday 14 the final day for farmers to apply for participation in the 1966 government Cropland Adjustment program, according to Milton Francis, manager of the Berrien Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation office in St Joseph. This deadline will allow time for processing and signing agreements by June JO, Francis said. The CAP is a land retirement plan similar to the old SoU Bank..
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