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li~f~, - Local History Archives

li~f~, - Local History Archives

li~f~, - Local History

Allthe News of All the pointes Every Thursday Morning DLINES 0/ the ,'TEEK Icompiled by the rosse pointe News lJSC!.Iy, AprU 20. • ;SS.OWNED Brlltama with ISOaboard crashed a thurderstorm early andrescue work.ers y finding 124 bodies. rts indicated there ~~urvivors.The pla~e, , t (romBombay,India, Egypt,wasdiverted to beCause If bad weather. • • • £ljl1RE22.MANth~o. faeuIlYof Cathol. lc ersi IY went on strIke y toprotesttbe oust~r prol~r noted for his newson birth .control. precedenledacb.on.was 51aoamsthe dIsmISsal RevmndFather Charles 33 an assistant pro. of roo;altheology, who changes in the ~ruleonbirtb control. I * * Friday, April 21 TEE N • YEAR. OLD Overman, Jr., was stab. deal~ yesterday inside wherehe was to play concert.The victim, PoliceBand Director ()vemlan, of 5667 Lan. , Detroit,was a 10th -atFinneyHigb School. . staggered into the , lI1encollapsed in an -• He wasrushed to Deal Hospital, where ounceddead. Police ~ting two teen.age -,-ituesses say .they saw fromthe knifing scene CjyicCenter Drive en- ••• RUETHER SAID thatthe United Auto , UniOll expects to all the recordsin- its 1967 withthe auto mak. l he expects to avoid iDterference in a strike he bopes a strike can rosse Entered u Second Class ilatter at The Post Office at Detroit, MIch. GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN, APRIL 27, 1967 , in the Metropolitan Detroit area. Last year's carnival raised approximately $22,000. All funds are used for ~cholarships. There .are 71 students currently attend- ~~g the s.chool.on eIther full or partial scholarships. J.-he carmval WIll be held June 3 and 4, at the school grounds in Cook .road. ews ".00 Per Year lOe Per "Cop)' Home of the New! 24 Pages- Two Sections-Section One GPUS-C-a-rn-iv-a-I-~-~-e-r-Co-n-te-s-t-W-in-n-e-rs--~~-$-1-5-,-O-O-O~R~e'-q-u-i-r-e-d-~a~p~ . Each 'year. a competition is held. among Grosse Pomte Umverslty School students to select prize-winning posters to publicize the annual carnival. This year's winners are CHRIS JOHNSON, JANE WHITE ~AUREN KOGAN. and CANDY BROWN, (left' to rIght). M~ney obtam~ from the carnival provides SCholarshIps to deservmg students of unusual promise , Is Big Factor Drive Over Top In Bid Denial To Put Memorz .al Council Stilf Searching For Way To Permit Swim. ming At Waterfront Park This Summer Annual Family Participation Campaian Slows After Getting Off To Fast Start: Sec;nd Follow- At its regular meeting Up Letters Go Out This Week held on Monday, April 24, _____ the Park council reluctanUy Fifteen thousand dollars is still needed to reach the rejected pid~ for fiJ-tering amount necessary for Grosse Pointe War Memorial to and ch1ormation eqUIpment operate in the fiscal year beginning August 1. To date for, th~ waterfront park some $60,000' has been received from approximately swnnrrung pool. The reason 3,756 families in the 1967 Annual Family Participation f~r the refus~ to accept the Campaign.:-J - IbIds was the huge loss ex. The target date to achieve the p - P - d peeted through salvage of $75,000 goal is Memorial Day, or,nte oue material for a future per. May 30. manent pool. "We started our campaign a For Clean-Up Rejection or the. bids. means little sooner this year because that for the first tune m mon" of the early Easter vacation and D - M than 30 years, the city's mu. many donors responded very rf,Ve ay 1 nicip'al pool might not be ready, promptly for which we are most - or In use, when the park offi. grateful," says Harry Mellen, cially opens next month on this year's drive chairman. Annual Two-Week Spring Memorial Day. It was hoped Looks Good At Start Community Spruce. Up that equipment would be pur. "This made us look awfully C • S chased and install by at least goOd in comparison to last year ampalgn ponsored June 1, to give citizens a full thr(lugh the first part of the By Garden Club summer of enjoying this rec. drive, but now we are begin. reational facility. ning to lose ground on the com- The GrosSe Pointe Gar- The equipment that was to parison. den Club Council has final- :t~Ifed be:: s p~~~ ;:: "We've picked up several new ized plans for the Annual quired 't!y the Michigan Depart. givers for which we are most Clean-Up drive Mav 1 to ment of Health before It would thankful but we'd still like to May 15. • issue the Park a "conditiona!' see a lot more. And many of our loyal givers of reeord have et to b h ard f .. y e e rom. All elementary schools have d ma e posters for the promotion this permit" to allow the operation of the pool, under a Dew law that went :"'to eff...... on Jan. FoUaw.Up MalliDg To this 'end the Cent{:r staff will be judged by Mrs. Robert Grunewald, Mrs. Albert Law uary 1. Bids Below Estimate of civic event. The posters UA =. Symphon Loc I J - t F- P t te P dC- assisted by volunteers is pre- and Mrs. Robert Lewis April 28 .. Total bids for piping, elec. y a om Il-e ro ec Ion _ ropose r,ty paring a second follow.up letter The NEWS will publish the mcal work and filtration system ' for mailing this week, When winner's names. amounted to $53,345. well below Sl~tes Year s Program Most Deyeloped '67-68 B-- Jget u:xese hfa~e beenwill~ailbeedt a rtedte1e- Paper litter hags have been the estimated cost Of $60,000. 'T' au , pone 0 ow-up sa. donated by Village and Hill But, aCcording to w. B. Ed. F- let IS- th Mi hi - - I S ud- d (Continued on Page 2l) Mercilants to Grosse Pointe wards, civil engineer hired by lna oncer n on eastelil c gan s t r,e - school c~ildrenso theymaygel~a:\::O:a~~=' ------ School Census actively participate in cleaning when some of, tne equipment it Orchestra's 1966.67 Sea. Top Protection Afforded By Agreement Between Five Operating Expenses Up Will Be Taken :~~~~~ grounds and littered salvaged for reuse in a perma. son Will Close May 7 Pointes And Harper Woods For Mutual Assistance Despite -Substantial De. Cleanest Playground ~~:~ pool at the present pool Performance At Par. On A Pre-Arranged Schedule partmental Rel'luest -- The Cleanest Playground Con. Edwards, in a report to the II A ft • , Residents 'of the Grosse Pointe test will be judged May 6 by ell ce S U( I orlUm By James Njaim Cuts; Tax Increase Scbool district are reminded the Men's Garden Club. T''''e conn .Which was read by City The F ilh fil tt 'f d W h d JJ Manager Robert Slone, disarms counc as on e, as a,ma er 0 recor , eig e that the annual school census Garden Club Council will pre- closed that bids, because of the The B Minor Piano Con. an elaborate report from City Manager Andrew Bremer, required under Michigan law sent a plaque to the s c h 00 I lack of time, were solicited by certo Number One, by Jr., which reveals that the most highly developed joint . The" proposed budget for will take place as usual in May. awarded first prize. tl!lephone and personal con- Tchaikovsky, will be the fire protection system in Southeastern Michigan is oper- fIScal 1967.68 for the City Besides collecting. the stand- Ribbons for second, third and tact. ,Five pool equipment con. piece de resistance f . or thcommg Grosse Symp h ony program, of the ated by the five Pointes and Harper Pointe In addition to the Mutual Aid. thi F . f' htin b SIre Ig g Agreement e. usually Woods. the nearest for -assistf G P . 0 rosse omte is curre.r.t. ly d t d d un er s u y an reVIew by the City Council. ard info~ation provi~ed by all local reSIdents, a speCIal census will be made of all handicapped children. This year the proced. fourth p r i z e s and honorable mention will a'-- be awarded UiU All J . H' h Sch Is will. un~or Ig . co tractors submitted proposals., three bids were received on the piping and three on th"'_ elee- trieal work. r. season's last, Sunday after. noon, M ay 7 a t 3: 30 p.m. . P m arcells Auditorium. Mrs. Wttlter Burczyk, official pianist for the Orchestra will do the solo II'ne and DI'r'ector Felix Resnick will conduct. tween the six communities, the anee. Response was' prompt. Park Cit and Farm ha ' y ~ ve Study Be ....'n In '55 standby agreements WIth De 0- .. - Bremer's report disclosed trOlt, m ~he event of extreme that the .first.study on ~~ interemergencies. commumty fire pact, WIth the The Shores and Harper Woods Park fire chief playing a leadhave separate pacts with select- lng role, was begun in 1955. In Some C,71,OOO has aIr e a d y ure for enumerating the hand!. .p been cut from departmental re- capped has been changed. quests. Without consideration The census takers willllot at. of wage increases for present tempt to interview each parent employes, operating r e qui r e - of a handicapped child and rements are up -.. C,"",220. ceive I the pertinent data verbal. Major in ere a s e s include y. Instead, the census taker will ohave a. spe~ker and ~s !.rom the M I chI g a n CoID1Wttee of .. . Keep Amenca Beautiful Mrs .. . ... ~:Oje~illy IS If! charge of thIS n. . t t G d Club ISCUSSlona Co cil a recen ti ar 1 en d un mee ng revo ve The engineer disclosed that the Arrowhead Puritas Waters, :~fO ~,4~~e~ai~ Brinkman, piping for $21,975; an d th e J. -Ji. Heberling Elec. mc company offered to do the S Mrs. Burczyk, a native of Mil. waukee, Wis., studied there with ed ~acomb County c~ties, whi~h 1956, a dr~t of the proposed prOVIde mutu ..l asslstan~e In pact. ~as re]ecterl by some of $14,317 marily in pensiOn costs related to pension pri. imleave home a special form at each to. be corr:pleted by the aI'O'md thP. fact that an annual campai~ is most desirable in electrical work for $4,900. IJUIe Cowd De Salvaged 1M.Gran~O~SpKI.dOS TarCH Irma - Schenuit Hall. A brilliant \>0:,. ea s'--dent d rl h -','WiIy leavingpockets m.~de he and b Pt ca~e of need. The Woods, It was saId, appears not to bave any the cllfes beca?,se they could not meet Its requll'ements. provements authorized by the voters last fall' $3 405 in insurparents if. they have a handi. capped child. the spnng but two. ~eks clean.up are not sufflCJent. of In his report, F.dwards submitted thE: following informa. e ~trbmtehr,W s .e andcfulo s. Atl east cons' - S r eh u WI 0 h et IS- t outside commitments other than that with the other POIDtes . and The informal "gentlemlin's agreemen t" was continue d un til ance costs la;gcly attributable to workman's compensation; and .These forms are then, mailed dll'ecUyt th S h Is D art -0 e ~ 00 ep - . Year.Rouncl Pro. '.eel Wth t _ t ..:t~", I OU cowo ~. V1~ce on tion: - ''While this figure ($53,345) were injured in the ~ Ihefunnel clQuds, 16 . 1D ymp ony rc es ra a Harper Woods. Best A .1 hI 1958. when interest was rekindled when the Pointe's worst $4,170 in refuse disposal No Ne w Jobs costs. ment of Pub 11 C Through the latter, Personnel. efforts are the part of good CItizens, streets and areas quickly resume their is within our estimate of $60,000 for the entire l'roject, little of by lashing rain, First Place Winner val a e conflagration, a $250,000 man- No new jobs are budgeted. made by scho~l offic~ and u~sigbtl~ appearance. If c.itizens the total will be salvaged for don on crOWdfltlde- She was a first. place winner In any event, the pact be. sion fire in the Farms, oc- To maintain competitive wage oth~rs to :provIde spec~ edu- will. politely ~all ~ttention. to use in a new permanent pool stores,ch u r c h e s in competition sponsored by the tween the six communities curred. scales, howevl'r, and provide a cation serv!ces for handicapped busmes~es. havn;tg littered SIde. at the park. 1Mbusinessplaces. ~ • t. R Y, April23 'Wisconsin Federation of Music Clubs :lnd received the Young Artist Diploma from the na. whClse skilled firefighters rank In May 1959, the six cities second to none for cities of signed a joint pact, a revamped their size, and who are on a version of the original pro. satisfactory level of nee de d capital programs such as street resurfacing and equipment reboys and gxrls. . . The local census IS sup~r. VIsed by Mrs. Betty Ca~e WIth walks, It .IS b'!~eved a few requests w.m bnng ~ts 3!1d cI!4 "While the filter company has stated they will assist the ner SldeW1llks will be mam. city in disposing of the two sur. G CAVANAGH,RE. Guild of Piano Teachers. She par with firemen of much posa], which has been in force placement an added $36000 is 20 field workers Ciperating out tained. plus filter tanks, it is almost ~ themurderof a 15, later served on the Guild's Staff larger towns, affurds these cities since. suggested:' of the Department of Pupil Per- Pe~sons t h row i n g ca ady impossible to place a value on and Slit rObbery. of Adjudicators. which total a;,out 15 square Station In Each City To b a 1an c e this lev-I of sonnel. All censUs takers carry wrappers and empty cigarette what will be realized from the on other teellage~s u~k atCobo Hall, said ~i~S. Burczyk has been guest miles, with a population totaling about 81,000, the best fire pro. The city manager's report continued to reveal that each budget expenditures, a pro~erty tax increase

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