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DriverHitsFive Events - Local History Archives

DriverHitsFive Events - Local History Archives

DriverHitsFive Events - Local History

Gross¢ Point¢ NewS' ! i , _i_ P0i_sEvery ! :_- lh_byMorning 1-i.. i Entered as Second C_au Matterat 22 -._ _o. o,_, .t v._,. m_. GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN, JUNE I, 1967 a._ e, y,, ,o_P_,,cop, 20 Pages-- Two.Sectlons-- Section One MusICFESTIVALPROG Top Students at ParcellsJunior High School 1Wild Chase Ends Add Ballet, oI, .C_ aret for wEEs DriverHitsFive Events ¢_ _ the P li R d B1 kl ,po_e'._s 0 ce oa oc her Mu$;¢By Symphony Artists RoundOut SpeedsOf 100M.P.M.Attained;TwoCarsAndTwo AnnualPresentation Youngsters Narrowly Miss Being Struck; _ St. Clair ShoresOfficers Assist 'the Gros_ePointe Sum. mer Music FesUval, pre- John E. Dumas, 24, of 22424 Visnaw, St. CIair seated ever_ July at the Shores, was captured by police following a wild chase _ War Mem0naI, is 10 years .... the Shores and through streets and an open field in St, old this season. To celev_move for. Clair Shores, on Saturday, May 27. The motorist nearly brate, it is offering an excaused two collisions and almost ran down two boys in panded choice of attrachis effort to escape. _ tions. , _ . ' Se k Wit According to Shores Patrol-I Still at the heart of the ** * men Healy, James DumasJurcak was stopped and Daniel! with e hess FesUval" are: the three concerts _ . o, C,a,Fo Heai o, Thavt Shores police who were called r r ng ,_s_ from the, Detroit Sym. that Egypt when it appeared that the phony. But along with these in speeder .w.. On A c ide of war The Shores officers said they C _t baRct and a unique" guitar ! world and were patroling 1,ake Shore at cabaret for a total of five _ events. - , * A ' proposalto council wastabledby a about observed 10:22 p.m. when they Fairlalm and Dumas'. Lake ear Shore between lane, traveling at an extremely high rate of speed, and gave chase. Passenger Demolished in Crash Car V_Tch Last August Sfi_ Under Doctor's Cere Instrumental in the plann;,g of one of the new attractions is Mrs. six'ten Ehrling, wife of the Detroit Symphony's di. _:: _ :: _ • • _ ( _!il WednesdaY, The policemen said they paced rector. Mrs. F.,hxllng is an in. i /_:i k'l_gLegislatureitS chancethisOf k_ate gunicipalities to table ternational authority on ballet DumaSan hour.at more than 70 miles_ It wii1be'at least another and has planned,the Festival's During the chase, Jureak and month before Farms police opening program with Marvin Healy said, the speed was as will be able to determine Gordon,a_stie director of the ; , _ : .... ; !_- _'' : , * * high as 100 mihs an hour, rat what further steps to take New, York Ballet Company that which ttme St. Clair Shores against a youth chargedin- is eomln, to perform.She will i _ _ . May26 .... SPOKES. The 12 brightest scholars at Parcells Junior High Thursday that School include10 girls andtwo boys. Being honored _leh_e by Elm_w_ Photob_'aphy GARE't'SILVESTRI and GAIL UREEL.. Standing, left to right, are:---JONATHAN BULLARD, MARauthorities were asked for help. an August 27 accident ease atso lntr_hee the,program _Nearly' Hits Two Cars in which another youth was give commentary, WhileDumaswas beingpur- badly injured, it was dis- The music portion ot and the _ _ i, ' ii'i;.i :_ : iL_i s0l_iershad _fu_skirmishof theGazas_rip d.kngMiddle East during a program at the school Friday are, AUSTIN, seated, ROBIN left to right:_MARGARET VEEVER, JEAN night, June 2, WOLD, YEE, ANNE MAR- GARET GODEFROI, LOIS BETH MUYLAERT. MARTIN, CHRISTIANA ' HOOGSTRA, BACON and ELIZA- ROBERT sued on Lake Shore, he swerved closed by Def. Sgt. George series _ again feature ,his ear back and forth from van Tiem on Monday, May varied programmingthat left to right lane, forcing a 29. won enthusiastic au_enees motorist to leave the roadway, the has in "::'_:: _ii: _p0rtwas denied and another-to come to a com- The detective said that a the past decade. The three pro. __,%: _._ M_ynld ti_mite a"series _ges C hool _ Board : Two: _Conce : Schedul e d : Pit C h e d ' Bdl i:i.: plete ,Tarcak stopand to avoid-a Healy said collision, their with witness the in_ the vase _ is and serving an an evening on sonatas, and a : _'._ borderwith .... ,,,, Candidates ...... _""_ ' ...... " : -_ ..... : .... " _ At Grosse Pointe High; . ,, ...... Proves Fatal . scout ear flasher _ o.. to a s(op at Marler siren Wexe effort is bein_ _ to lo_ road an, to obtain the ¢ommamling of. _'°f Featured m_te for classical artists in the musie = " : : _ ,=_'=_ ,oo, To Be lteard Outdoor Event on Friday To Short_top butJeffers°nthe driver managedin St. Clair Shores,tofieer'Sservicemanpermissioa, tot0co_e allOWhome thetopiano;,series willGordonbe Six'tenStaples,EhrLing,violin; . ii=!, _lay night in 1 • escape and continue northward, testify in the matter. Nathan Gordon, viola; Edward ' _a_0f Itnfusedto ¢01_egestu-L_gue'Of end , . WomenNcfen _ -t 'S _nnphonyBand_o _ Heard:On-Schoo! Lawn,_W[th Kurt,Wifl|amsDies ' In_Hos' Dumas The Shores drove topatrolmen Newberry road said Accused ' of causing the an- Korkiglan, cello; William : _,,tens _ to S.I Sponsoring Rally ln:War AlumniJoTnlng.In For:Second Porh0n-Of pifai After Being Struck in st. Clair Shores, made a eident is RichardSchulte,20, Poppman, piano; and Gonzalo ' * JOHNSONand ' Memorial Center Af Program; " Sobists Featured Behind Ear, Below left" turn onto Newberry, at which time be turned off his of SO Westwind, who lost con- Tortes, clas_.cal guitar. New to trol o_ a borrowed ear he was the roster this year is violinist ' ,l_e _fnisterLea. 8 p.m. June 7 Russell D. Reed of the InstrumentaI Music Depart- Helmef car lights, and drove to the end driving and crashed into a tree Rafael- Druian, concertmaster spenttime on meat.of Grosse Pointe High School has announced two of the road to an open field, and fence. into The a .,,tone ,ve_ide pillar was and corn-win iron of the perform Cleveland the Orchestra. sonata pro- He ;¢_g thecrisisTo help the communityforthcoming concerts.An OutdoorCommunityConcert Kurt Williams,20-year.where the officersnearly"lostrletelydemolished, gram withMaestroF_Ar!in ._In ; ; , '_ _r. Johasoncast an informed vote on' is scheduled for 6:30.p.m. on Friday, June'2, on the Thom°ld shortstoP0 for the him.The pursuingpoUeemensaid Was Critically InJurc,d a way, th_ will be a preview a M_'terPearsonJune 12 for members of the front lawn of the high school and a Concerto Concert i . ps n -.Raymo - Wool- thot if i*_oa n^*ho-- ¢_-,h. " " ri .................... Critically injured, at the. time, concert,/or Druian and Ehrling I_Purs_n's ._unmerSchool Board, the League will• be. held at 7-30 .. p. m• on Tuesday, June 6, in the [ dge Company . .. team m the elou_a o_ ¢ d_ust in _ th_ __ fz.... "_M was Douglas J. Palazzolo, 19, of are preparing the works oR ltvri_n Lake of Women Voters will again audi!x,rmmof the,high school, ]Class B dxvmon of the De-, created by Dumas' car they 1149 Lakepointe, a front seat their program for recording by hi the'situation " " ' : _ _ .: " . _Cmii. one,and eapital,present both being co-sponsored a Rally, which by the is I_r _ that a Grosse Pointe War Memoee/,t The features Oatdoor_Community the Symphony Con-"__ be the first Band during the first nalf. Dur- nature to be program given at of this I_roit [Federation, Amateurdied Baseballtmight on Tues- [darkness. have The lost chase himcontinued _ the Grosselday, May 23, of a head in-Ithrough the field to Pleasant passeuger suffered internaI in the crushed face and injuries, ear, whoa RCA A birthday Vletor. celebration for the brain con- Festival will be the final pro- :_i'i: ingthe secondportionthe Con- PointeHigh S_ool.Ithas beenljuryhe receivedurin_a Iavenue,where Dumas made a cussion, _n eouI_ be rial Association, on June 7 cert _and andxlumi will join designed to provide outstanding game on Sunday, May_21,!left turn, going west toward Schulte ca_e ,. at 8 p.m.at the WarMe- theSymphony _andto forma instrumental soloists an opp3r- a_ainstMiehi#an m,.an_,.. Nine Mile road. eident with a ou of 125 .__,gv sT mortal, gr p . . . tunity to play a major concerto tation at Butzel Field . Jureak and Healy sa:d that pelvis and leg. at was at Nine Mile road and gram -- a guitar, candlelight, cqt of the ac- and punehbowl cabaret in the broken right Mvmorial's Crystal Batlroom. He and Palaz- Guitarists Alex Suczek and iiI _= _=i = _'_GAMALA_DEL All sLxcandidates for the" two The program will feature well with orchestra1 accompaniment ........... ,e was mc on me neaa"'oy a Jefferson" where" Dumas." near_y" Hospital.Z°l° were taken to Boa Secours Ronald S¢oHon will joia the i;_= d Egyptdeclared l_sitions on the School Board. known marches, a trumpet trio, Three senior soloists are pitch in the first inning of ran down two youngsters For four months Palazzol"o Festival's classical guRar-artists _,a_.ut:hast ' _ldl_:_:_Oolnd s_fcr if warcomeshis _tal war" t _aeL However M. Rogers, Calvin J. Sandberg, themes from "Dr. Zhivago," and scheduled to perform, "narbara play. He was conscious when of willKiev" close with by Mou,_orgsky. "The Great Gate. " MaeLennan, Bette Harmison, taken to St. John Hospital but and Stephen Mihalik. two hours later went into a standing His car on lights the were road shoulder, still out. If. the boys had not jumped underwent a series of operations Gonzalo in au evening To_ of of guitar Mexico music City and was given therapy, and in and songs ranging from classics late December was permitted and art songs, to folk tunes and i_ _! , ' , .... _ reporthatBert letters totFrankWieking, H. Parcells, Jr., who andis Dr. the The ConcertoConcertwill Barbara MacLennan, piano,coma.He diedat 9 ann.in the out of the way in time,they to go home. He is stillunder Latin rhythms. e_Id'shadersas.lonly incumbent, willperformthe Mendelssohnhospitalwithoutregainingcon-would have been hit,it was a doctor'scare. _,t wouldI Each candidate will present Store Employe Piano Concerto No. 1. Miss Mac- seiousness, said. Sought as a witness is Peter i Co_cem on Wednesdays ,,, 0n againstJhis I_oard qaaIifieations and wiil speaz for theonSchoo wna_ Faces Charg es Lennan tuition music atscholarship has the been University offered to major of a_ich- full _ ring pitch. Williams helmet The ball was when struck wearing hit him bya bat- the be- ferson a Dumas right and turn, turned at at Doremus which south point onmade 3el- he Licavoli, who the U.S. recently Army, Jr., was ofit 1154 induc',ed was disclosed Balfour, into nesday 19, All 26concerts and evenings, August will (July be 2), on and 5, Wed- be- 12, _. _-- Ihe hopes to a_complish as a _ igan. Recently she performed hind the right ear, just below was cut off by St Clair Shores by Van Tiem. gin at 8:30 o'clock. ALso of _ m_IWAY AD-member of the Board.Citizens The company superintendent thisconcertowiththe Windsor the helmeL _OLL°wdlX'Brid"wi]/be able |s_ise movec.-^_ .... to further appraise for Cunningham's drugstore, Symphony Orchestra. Williams had t_,_ ,. _,_ me candidates durin_ the er- Kercheval avenue, informed been a PatrolmenJohn Yoe and Rich- .300 ard Pope, who had joined the Licavoliwas drivinga 1966 specialinterestisa new series _ of buffet suppers before the (Continued on Page 2) !first four concerts. These will _eslie and iod following -_mc_urersto when written their statemPnets queshons from City Ponce on Wednesday, May 24, that he was holding an em- Bette perform Harmison, cello, will hitter the Boecherini CeLlo levels. in prep and collegiate He was a sophomore in chase and maneuvered their police car to block off the street. School Board be served b ythe War Memorial's catering service on the _the modifi, the audience will be answered, II _tr0versxalm'°ststan.tm" Mrs. Carl .J Fischer, Jr, the _)1.Thisstand.._ League pres]cl'ent will olden the ploye for taking articles from i Concerto. Miss Harmison will the store. Cpl. George Brackx also study music at the Univertook Richard Stokes into the sity of Michigan next fall. She mechanical engineering at Lawr- Dumas came to a fast stop. ence Tech where he was a Jurcak and Healy said they member of fl_e baseball team. had to use force to handcuff Meets Monday lawn by the lake. _t0 Protect_c'_u meeting and Mrs. Donald L. station for questioning, Pointe is the recipient High School of the Symphony Orosse ence Before Techtransferring last fall he to attendee Lawr. Dumas, been drinking. who, they With said, the help'. had The Board fo Education will from E. Brossy ticket of 44 chairman McKinleyMrs. place. F. _de frombein_ McConachie of ML Vernon road _ug a collisi0_by will be the moderator Mrs H the : • • " " " Stokes was accused by Dennis Mike. assistant security super- " 0 r c h e s t r a Best award. She received Citizenship this award Snead College in Boaz, Ala. He was the son of Mr. an( of Yon aud Pope, Dumas was tak,,.n to the Shores station, hold an official meeting at 6 For further details, see the p.m. Monday, June 5, at the ad-Memorial's summer program card.Onc may obtaina Festival , , _r. Justin vice chairman, Davzdson, has the Mrs. Voters Dwight Set- intendant, of whiskey of and taking putting five them fifths _ by musicians popular in vote the Orchestra. o_ her fello_ She _h's. Anita Claude avenue. Wflliaras Besides his of 1462 par- for where reckless he was driving issued(drinking). a ticket ministration Clair2 building, 289 SL brochure and order form at ltity,]hy 28 ltendricks, Mrs, Bruce Miller a trash container at the rear oz will attend N a t i on a I Music eats he is survived by three He was released after posting Professional staff salary pro- any branch of the Grosse Pointe _¥'GENERA L and. Mr. Charles J. _._t'_'day for acting as hostesses Sfickford for the the Kroger store on Kerchevai. Stokcs was held overnight Camp, Interlochen, Michigan, as brothers, a result of this award which Services were held on Friday, a bond of $125, and is awaiting a court hearing scheduled for visions for 1967-68 will be con- Public Library, sidered and acted upon. The TU 1-7511. or by calling _I0 Cooloff evening, and released pending his trial, includes a full scholarship. May 26, from A. and H. Peters June 14. publiC is welcome. , ._aiddle East _ _ --_ Funeral Home. _ " Stephen Mihalik, French Lawn Cemetery. arms o e en J _ae! report'Car, Motor Scootar, Mower Will Feature Hornist io F P lle Op ouse Hem, will be featuredin the H Greenhouse Gladdens Donors Gift , • Mozart Horn ConcertoNo. 3, l tlln ed m Garage BIaze T d S f 1 Ev ]_ Y Coun. Mr. ist in Mihalik the High is School first chair Band hornand Reduced Charge erme uccess it eat The Fred Schrievers are hap- _' _ 0! "repeat. A good man to base around he is also active in Civil De- Orchestra and has served this Brings $25 Fine A_ estimated 500 p e r s on s Chief Roh said that the men py people indeed. Through the _1 askedthat in viewed displays of all types of of his department did an out- Detroit Free Press "Action _'_ _ge_tly. George case Joseph of anTrombly, emergency29, of i_ lense countiesin and Wayne has taken and Macomb disaster il_NLr_. Ychris, 359 proved C h it a Ii Tuesday o n t e avenue. night, May He training. ran to the After house the explosion to call the he past urer. year Steve asplans orchestra to playtreas. the French Horn in eoUege and possibly minor in music. The City Municipal Court firearms, riot control equip, convened on Tuesday, May 23, : meat, and other items at the Judge Malcolm Sutherland pre_. Farms Police Department's standing job in making the open house a success, especially Det. Sgt. George Van Tiem, Det. Jo- Line" they found a good home for their 11 by 18 foot alurninum _0j0h_0 rail. 23,when his automobileex- firedepartment,thenhe asked Selectmembers of the High siding. Open House on Saturday,May sepb Miller,Patrolman Fr=n. greenhousethatcame withtheir _lay_ F. SCan.!olodedand caught fireas he me for the keys to my car SchoolSymphonyOrchestrawill There was onlyone caseon _20.The eventclimaxedNaUonal cois (Joe) Belanger,assignedhouseon Clairviewdrivein the L_ _. President was preparingto back itfrom which was parked nextto his providetheaccompanimentfor the docket,thatof Ramon Les- PoliceWeek, May 14-20,pro-to the plainclot,hes detail,Sgt.Shores. _e _er christeningthe garage. ate:. When his parenls, ^ inside the garage. By that time the L_eorge several neighbors had come out the concertos and will perform an overture at the beginning of ter. of 1135 Lakepointe. : claimed by President Johnson, He was charged with reckless i and on the local level, by Mayor Marvin Krebs Earl Field. and Patrolman But most especially are they glad about to whom this green. _ha _arnent that D. Tromblys, with whom he of their homes to see what had the program, driving resulting in an accident. William Butler. Forty-eight eases of free cokes house is going. It will go to t, ven0tforgot,ilives first heard the explosion happened. We were all stunned Both concerts are free to the He pled not guilty and was Police Chief Jack F. Rob said were consumed by the young. Pulaski School's Regional pro- [i. _ ,, which was apparently caused by gasoline igniting when the when he went garage in spite back into the of the flames public. The Outdoor Concert is found jointly sponsored by the Gross_ charge guilty of of driving the reduced without due that the open house and exhibit drew a bigger crowd than he stars who parents to accompanied the exhibit. their Krebs gram /or the trainable talLy.retarded children. men. _)_ _I_.gILTOUsmotor of the car was switched and smoko and backed my car Pointe High School Parents care and caution and fined $25. bad expected, especially since and Field lectured groups of k_lared aynight, it. on, she his thoughtm°therthatt°ldthethebig NEWSaerial oUtFarmsOf danger."station 'Firefighters nt of Ni. that towers above the house in Sam Cordelia and Paul De creamClUb' Thefor sale Clubduring will and haveafter ice intermission. IN_URED IN FALL Lurine VanNey of 1945 Anita, this eventwas wastheheld fixstintime the such Farms, an or in the Pointe. children ing the law, on the as folly the kids of break. were' tarried The Schrievers child of their have owna and re- open-eyed over the confiscated have worked d_tigently toward _.ly declareda the back yard h_d collapsed Grande. in an interview with ' slipped and fell in her home on The display was open to resi- weapons taken from juveniles: Ihelping retarded children. _h _h74_ and re. and fallen ou the home. the NEWS, also praised Trom- _ _._. nlitriaCisl " _Ge _as been a ham bly for hzs' courage and pres.. Russell D. _eed will direct bot_ groups and be as_b_ed .s's b_.' Wednesday, .May 24. and suffered a broken wrist. She was dents of aH the Pointes. The apprehended for committingl Now these youngsters at Pu. Federal Bureau of Investiga. lcrimes. [laski will be able to Ie._rn how p t r for years (there Ience of mind in saving the _e deci. raarefour°rge_herosma,ler' antenna [other automobile, Mark Lawrence and Ralph Miller, two conductor_" at the Out. conveyed to St. John Hospital by Woods police ambulance and tion also had equipment in the j Many vf the ch![dren,,were[to take care of plants and flow. station for viewing by the Lfingerprinted for kicks and lers and grow them themselves, _ 19) Protruding from the roof) and] (Continued on Page 2) I door Concert. treated for the injury, public, i (Continued on Page 2) it hanks_to the Sehriever_ (

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