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By Disaster Drill Of Disputes - Local History Archives

By Disaster Drill Of Disputes - Local History Archives

By Disaster Drill Of Disputes - Local History

RICYC~_~, CENTER lIIoi ... IiI,~ 5dlool IOf. '-.I A.... ".., 17 .., ~.... - _ ,_ . ..~ .-y 2. ~ ':10 .. 11)0 ,.m. ,CANS 90 I W.......... _ ... e-.la e-. AnI CIoM ............ _, _, ECO-UNE 879-1333 ......... ,. 10 ..... Ie J ',11I. Grosse Pointe Complete Neu. Coverage of AU the Pointe • ews BON 01'" NNI Vol. 35--No. 39 "Ie;::' ~.~~~: IIIe GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER.26, 1974 lie Per Cop, .,." Per Yeu 28 Pages-Two Sections-Section One HEADUNES .... Tb.an:da,., 8epCember II PRE SID ENT FORD pledged Wednesday at the United NatiOllS General As. sembly that the United states will do its best to heip fill the world's Deeds for food, and challenged the Arab countries to cooperate in an. swering demands for oil. He proposed four guidelines for a global approach: 1) that all nations increase produce ..substlintially, " 2) that all countries seek a level of prices agreeable to both producer and consumer, 3) that aU nations avoid abusing fundamental needs for the sake of DarroW national ad. vantage,and 4) that all countries assure that tbe P90rest among them are not overwhelmed by rising prices of imports necessary for sur- vival. Test Resources To R~s~e NegotIatIons By Disaster Drill Of Disputes At Bon Secours Woods Council Alters Decision under Pressure from Concerned Cit. izens, Sc:hool Board Community Specialists ? f P• , er ormance: omte Participate in Th eater Actors Full-Scale d A d By Roger The Woo A. Waha d s Council Realistic: Aspect unanimousl)' agreed that Bon Secours Hospital's full.scale disaster drill the city should get back Thursdar, Septe~~r 19, brought together man)" into the school crossing community speclahsts to train and test their reo guard business at a spesources for. handling potential community disaster. cial meeting. attended by Grosse Pomte Theater ac. ------ an estimated 70 citizens tors, wearing intricate wound including many crossing make.up, createf station for making-up the Stolen Car Full of loot the fac~ that the Board of victims again this year. The Education has refused to ac. actors arrived wearing old Spotted in Ann Arbor cept the responsibility of the clothing which was soon rip- by Alert Washte- safety of school chUdren. the ped, dirtied' and spotted with C ty D solons requested City Admin- • • • imitation b 100 d as though naw oun ep' istrator Cbester E. Petersen Fricbly, 8eptember 21 they had been through a real uty Sheriffs to re.establish the crossing PRESIDENT FORD'S plan tornado, this year's pretend guard program previouslY to bold down iDflatioD by cut. "Victim" HARRY STUTT, an actor with the were participants in Bon Secours' disaster drill, disaster. Two Macomb County furnished by the city for the tiDg federal spending su!- Grosse Pointe Theater, is diagnosed by DR. ViN- held Thursday, September .19, to qain and test IA.structed by Nurse residents responsible for protection of the children. fered a stiDging sethack CENT ADAMS and tagged for emergency room the emergency'resources of The Pointe community. The actors had been in. the burglary of the home Mr. Petesen told the NEWS Thursday as the Senate re- treatment ,by PATRICIA GRADY, R.N. The three structed in make.up techni- of Dr. Froo.eric Watts. 7 Monday morning, September jec:ted his l'llQ.uo}St to delay ------------------------------------------ ques by Bon Secours Nursing Crestwood, on September 23, a letter would be mailed a governmeD\ pay raise by ~""ack Block TeDDl-s'Enthusl-asts Tell H C Coordinator J e a n WoeUel, 9, were detained in'The that day to Metropolltan 90 days. His Plan was beateD lU.' Ope to ut R.N., at a me~tiDg at the Shores local cell in lieu CouncU 23 AFse & ME.AFL. by a vote of ... to S5 in wbat hospital the prevIous week. A of -10000 bond each fol. CIO "requesting them to have he called "tbifirat test" of P bl G H f F t- f Set cballengeto even the best ~, .' the croulng guards report his ecollOm!c'IioUcy In Con. ro ems 0 opes or orma lon 0 ugar os S make.up artist, the partici. lowmg an arralgn.~ent back to work based upon their gress. Only eight Democrats _ _ pants created technical works before Sh('.re~ MUniCIpal current salary. ($1,00 per and 27 Jt~publicans support. Under Study' Commumty WIde League By Boycott of art simulating embedded Judge J. Patnck Denis on crossing. $7.60 a day), and ed him. As a, result of the ----. glass fragments compound Friday September 20. fringe be.nefits proposals while t th . _'1, tak ' • . ' we continue to negotiate or vo e, e pay r/USe WUl e I ------- --- . fract~es. cuts, third-degree Charged with committing mediate all un r e • 01 v e d effeet as scheduled on Qc:to.. Bui ding Permit Appeal Organizational Meeting Called for October Movement Started In St, electrIcal .bums and, in one the break.in and looting of issues," bUJ:~~:1; ~:~~! ~, .. 't:t~~!;~~~~';~r~ation~~!~'li~k~~~i~:~.~t~i.: ....•. i~~ce.are'i_, ... , CQNSUMER P1UCES. rose A.n Complaints . By John T1D~~ .•. ' , " 'Housewives Join were ready to be transported ford J. SteggelJ, 22, of 14616 fits and sen1~rit one perceDt: In A~gust in O1e . ICE I him If" "..c..._ . t . to the hospital by City ~ Jacob, East Detroit. 'nle bur- 'r three-eOUllty Detroit metro- By Barbara B11lIlO . very man .lor se may IIC'-vme an ou - and police vebicles and a De. glary took place while Dr. others. Before furth poUtp area, .slower than the An appeal from a de- dated adage on Grosse Pointe tennis courts next ThBY ~_ger tAt' Wfab -od troit Emergency AIe d i c a I Wlitts and bis family were can be laken, he said, e city national averllge. Nationally pial ot a building permit y~ar if c~rtain tennis enthusiasts in the city accom. e 'uuyco 0 i0 S Service van. absent from home for sev. m~st hear from the union.. the Federal Bureau of Lbor to enlarge a Mack avenue plish theIr goal. I ---------- which con t a in sugar. The alarm sounded, hospi. eral weeks. ~e crossing guards WIll Statistics, (BLS). reported restaurant stirred up a Team tennis, the most reo "We want to give local S~~;:~ blou:ew~}~ C~:~~ tal. personnel responded to Loot IDcludes Car ~oo~~:el:~uf:~~~~~en~~ yesterday t hat consumer small storm of protest cent phenomenon i~ t~e youths a chance to compete k h d t Th theIr pretsslgned duties set. The enUre loot, including a In accordance with past sen. prices Increased 1.3 percent among close to 70 resi. during the month. The Dt... troit consumer price index dents who at~ended .the now stands at 151.3, a level Farms Council meetIng, Monday, September 23. 10.6 percent higbel' than August of last year. BLS said The residents' "rimary ob. that real spendable earnings jection was based on Insuffi- (take-home pay which ac- clent parking facilities for counts for inflation effects), the businesses in the Ma~k sport;s world, ma>: fmd Its way mto Grosse Pomte parks next summer if ellOugh supporters are rallied to an orgOM;.ational meeting .....t. 1. ~ "'" The meeting organized by Reese and Ed~a McFarlane of Hillcrest road has been scheduled to pla~ a tennis In tennis matches without wpOel~nt'e "~hseSrPereaarea hOouse~ ling up e. er,gency treatment parents driving them back.. centers fo~ sbock and ambu. and forth or supervising it," wives are refusing to buy latory pa~~nts. Those most she continued. "We hope that such goods for a 10-day severely lDJured w 0 u I d be each municipality will or- d h h F' t t d' th h ital' perio w ic began n- rea e !h e osp s ganize one 110 that matches day, September 20, and emergency ~oo.m. .. can be scheduled like the which will continue to Twenty vlc~ms arrived at Inter-City Swim Lea g u e Monday, September 30. the. hospital In a IS-minute schedule." ~er~od. They rec~ived a prelate model car, valued at a iority for the time being," total of approximately $17,- stated Mr. Petersen. 000, was recovered by Wash. But until the Ume "ome~ t C nt d t h iff hi.. • enaw ou y epu y s er s w en al guards are back on Randy Evans and Dan Cook, the 12.affected city school it was disclosed by Shores crossings, public safety om. Det. Sgts. Frank Mustazza cers, meter maids, volunteers and Charles Wenrich, who and the dog warden will cover credited the pair with clear. the locatioos. in August decreased 0.9 per. 8venue block between CalVID league and gather citizen in- Mrs. McFarlane forsees We have been calling our 1I.mmary diagnOSIS by physi. ing the Walts burglary. After the council announced cent from the July level. and Kerby roads. After an put regarding rules fcr such some type of "ongoing lad- friends and hope for a chain Clans, were transPOrted to According to Sgts. Musl81. its decision, which rescinded · · · :~~:~:~:so~::~~ss~o: a league. :re:mto'::e~:t::e th ::u~: ~::tcti~~ t~i~~e ;rc~ot~rf::;~ th~ ~ro~ ~r:tment area za and Wenrich Evans and its earlier action to pull out Sw1cIay. September 22 bate, however, 8 list of prob- Mrs. McFar~ne ~ent let. wJ1ich contain sligar, said an . ea en gan. Cook, while on r~utine patrol of the crossing guard business HURRICANE FIFI, which 1 m tern in f bu in ters to recreation directors, competing weekly, adhering Mary Lou Rowe, 01' Edmonton . WIthout t~e dis~stcr r 1an , passed a gas station in Ann Monday, Septembel' 9, ap- began Friday cutting through e ssm g rom s - city officials, club and Inter. to Lawn Tennis Association drive. Mrs. Rowe, who said It would be ImpoSSible to ade. Arbor, whcn they observed a plause fJlled tile council cham. El Salvador, Nicaragua. Be- :~~~sd.all along the block reo ested reslde:nts on ~ptember rules as closely as possible. Beverly Ribaudo of St. Clait quately handle so many lie- late model Cadillac parked in bers. lize {formerly British Hon- Pi r's AIle 18696 Mack 18 requestmg their atten. "It should probably be lim- Shores initiated the boycott (ContiDued 011 Page 6) the driveway of the station Reaction to the decision duras) and Guatemala. hit avc:e t a r~staurant and dan.ce at ~ meeting and ited to children from eight to action. stated Monday mom- ------ and stopped to investigate. obviously pleased most clli. Hond~U'as, the t,ardest. A cocktail loun e made the ~sking for J.!lformaUon ~n~ 16 years of age or a little ing. September 23, that City Purchases All Items Recovered zens and the school system, massIve mtema,tional eliort 'appeal to the ~~rms Council I~~as regardmg ~u1es, eh~l. older, but this is not an ar- around 20 Woods housewives . although, at that time, sev. was launched to aid Hondur- sitting as a Zoning Board of ~tl~ty. age gr~upmgs, offlc- bitrary limit," Mrs. McFar- haVe joined the protest. St. Clair Lot The burglal'Y m The Shorcs cral crossing guards ex. an. victims. Lt. Roger Val. A eals. The mana er of the lating, schedul~n? and meth. lane stated. "It depends on Hard to Cvunt took place about 10 p.m. on presscd confusion as to it they lecillo of the H 0 n d u ran .!sPtaurant Willi'am g Demor- od.s of determtnlhg seasonal the Input we get at the meet- SiJ~tember 9, find the accused would actuaUy be back on the t' ti 1 .~. mn ing." At this stage, it's impossi- The City Council, at Its pair were arrested at about job or if new guards would govern~n s na ona emer- est, said the proposed addi- w ers. The meeting will be held ble to obtain an accurate regular meeting Monday, 1:30 a.m. on September 10 take over. gency committee said, "Noth. tion would be for office "My husband and I have at 8 p.m. at SI. Paul Luther- count of Pointe women who September 16, gave City At- by the deputies. who not only Thc NEWS was nnable to ing is certain yet but we now space storage space und ad- organized this meeting be. an Church at Lothrop and are participating because torney Richard Hinks au. found all of the loot i.n the rcach School Su""'rintendent catculate 10,000 missing and dition~l lavatories cause we feel there Is more Cha1fonte in The Farms. those taking part are asked thorization to close a deal to car, but als.o two paus of Dr. James A. Adams per. fully half of those dead." In addition he' said the than enough interest to begin The City's Neff Park, to call five of their friends purchase the property at 708 gloves, stackmg masks and a sonallybut in a statemcnt The authorities' major fear seating capacity would be in. such a league," Mrs. McFar- wbich has no courts. could and urge them to avoid buy. S1. Clair avenue. The lot loaded revolv~r. The arrest. issued lrom his office Monday was the threat of outbreaks creased by 40 seats but I~ne said. "On~e we estab- pose a problem, but Mrs. ing sugar products during will ultimately be used to cd men are bemg c~~rged?y afternoon, he said. "I am of disease, such as cholera, stressed that this portion of hsn how much mterest there McFarlane suggested that a the lO-day span, provide off street parking Washte~aw authorltlcs ~Ith (ConHllued 00 Page 2) from polluted waters, ll'ck of the restaurant would not actually is, we can present solution might be the courts "I was appalled at the price for Elwor!.hy Field. possessIOn of stolen property food, and shortage of dry, open until 6 p.m. He said our information a!l~ plans to at the Neighborhood Club of candy," emphasized Mrs. Mr. Hinks said final nego, and carryinll a concealed warm clothes. this would leave parking all of the Grosse Pomte coun- could probably be used to al. Rowe, who added, "( couldn't tialions with estate executor weapon. • • • spaces for other area bus. eils for their approval." leviate the situation. believe wbat I was seeing." Hudson Mead call for a Young confessed to The HOlIday, September 23 inesses that close at 5:30 Mrs. McFarlane said a ten. Don Hallmann, director of She admitted this boycott has $17,000 purchase price, wil~ Shores burglary and car thcft RESCUE OFFICIALS or- p.m. tative schedule and a foll()w. (Continued OD Page 2) taken off and said housewives The City paying $5,000 down and Washtenaw officials reo dered mass Incineration of The Board of Appeals, by up meeting will probably be in Detroit, Plymouth, Pon. and six percent per annum in. layed the information to bodies Sunday to prevent epi. a vote of 6.(), denied the reo planned at the October 1 Wernet JOl"ns tiac, Waterford and Birmlng. terest. The mortgage will be demics in Honduras caused (CoD.tb..ed on Page f) session. ham, among other areas, are paid off m five years. (Continued on Page 6) by Huricane F Hi, Flood. H II f F participating. waters brought out poisonous B C Th. f a 0 .ame Mrs. Rowe stressed she snakes. The Honduran Army. Arrest of usy ar r.e wants this boycott to coninformation services sa i d Ed Wemet. athletic direc- tinue and noted there may mor'! than 2,700 bodies were Solves Total of 14 Cases tor at North High School, be several hundrerl women burned or buried at Choloma was formally inducted Into using foods without sugar. and 1,000 at La Ceiba. Au. the Michigan High School e.g., using fruit in place of thorities said the true death Two Detroit men were Marshall Edward Otis, 18, of Coaches Hall of Fpme Satur- candy snacks fol' their youngtotal from the storm might nearly run over by a rolling 1167 Ashland. A warrant ap- day, September 8. at Central sters. be do ubI e (he confirmed car when they jumped out of proved by the Wayne Coon. Michigan University, (CMU). Get Good Publicity 5,000. U.S. planes from the the vehlc:le. which was stol- ty Prosecutor's 0 f f Ice Mr, Wernet was one of 10 "We are getting a good reo Canal Zone brought water en, while they were being charged Otis with unlawfully coaches honored at a banquet sponse to the boycott," said purUication un Its to the pursued by a Park officer on driving away an automobile, at which over 200 were In Mrs. Ribaudo. "J guarantee coastal area to fight the most Tuesday. September 17, at it was disclosed by Lt. Gor" attendance at eMU, the you any woman who doesn't u!gent problem, water con. about 1:50 a.m. don Duncan. A warrant permanent site of the Michi. know of the boycott isn't tamlnation. The driver of the auto, against Otis' companion was gan High School Coaches aware of what's 4>een going • • • stolen In the Park, was ar- denied on the grounds of In. Hall of Fame. on." She was referring to the Tbelda,., september 24 rested by Sgt. Bobby McAI. sufficient evidence because Mr. Wernllt said he has heavy television and news. PRESIDENT FORD open. Ister. The passenger. whose of inability to establish in. had several honors as a paper coverage the l,ouse. cd the nlnlh World Energy name was withheld because tent. coach and player through the wives received ovcr last Conference ill Detroit yester. no charges were brought Lt. Duncan said that with years but this one "was a weekend. day during his first visit to ngainst him. was arrested by the arrest of Otis, four car nice way to cap a career." Mrs. Ribaudo said the Michigan since becoming Detroit police a short time thefts and about 10 attempt. He first came 10 South women aren't trying to boy. president August 9. The later, and released to Park ed car thefts were cleared. High School in 1946 and cot! markets In groups wav. speech was a blunt message authorities. The second man when the man confessed to coached footlxtll, basketball Ing placards nor are lhey to Arab leaders that they can was found hiding under a the crimes. Under Michlg8n and 'bueball through 1967- trying to hurt the markcts. expect serious trouble If they POrch a short distance away law, car theft Is a felony pun. 68 when he became athletic But she wants everyone. In. overprice 011 or use It as a from the SCllne of !.he driv. Ishable upon conviction, to a director for one year. cludlng all the markets. to political weapon. as hap- er's arrest. term of up 10 five years in A graduate of S'outh High, take note of prolils the sugar pened last year with the 011 The man arrested by Sgt. prison. Mr. Wernet has been athletic industry is making. embllrgo against the U.S. McAlister was Identified as (Continued 011 Page of) director at North since 1968. (CoDl1nued on Page 2) Pointe Symphony Slates Season's First Offering The Grosse Pointe sym-I concerl of thc season. phony Orchestra. under the Guest artists for the reo direction of Felix Resnick, mainlng thr:-e concerls will will present it's opf:ning con- be Halo Bablni, cellist. Jancert of the 1974-75 season. uary 19, 1975, Ara Berherian, Sunday, October 13, at 3:30 bass, Fcbruary 23, and on p,m. in the Performing Arts May I, the Grosse Pointe Center of North High School. Community Chorus, Richard Vernier road at Morningside Johos, director. drive. Rutn Burczyk has per. Highlighting the concert formed on numerous acca. will be the mother.daughter slons within The Pointe and duopiano tcam of Rut h has been the featured soloist Burc7.yk and Christine Bur. of numerous symphony 01'czyk Allen playlnll Mendels. chcstras throughout the mid. sohn's Concerto In E Major west and Can a d a. She for Two Ph:nos and Orches. ill an art 1st of great tra. technique. displaying all the Dedicated to the broad elements or musical senslUvscope of promoting perform. Ity included in the make.up lng arUsts of distinctive pro. or a superb keyboard artfessional caliber. thc Sym. 1st. . phony Is especially proud to Chrlstlne Burczyk Allen present this team in its first (Continued on Page 6) Hearing Slaled On Station Site The Woods Council unani. mously set the date of Mon. day. October 21, tor a public hearing to consider rezoning the Marter Road Pumping Station propcrty from Com. munity Facilltlcs District, (CF), to either R-IB or R.IC. single fatlily resldcntlal dls. lrict. This action was taken lit the regular meeting Monday September 16. ' In Its rec;;mmendatlon. the Planning Commission at their Tucsday, September 10, mcet. Ing noted that the surround. ing residential area is zoned R.IC and auggested thc prop. erty be rezoned to R.1B. However. tbe council felt an "either. or" specification should be includca In this case. The solons at the July 15 meeting accepted a Commit. tee of thc Whole recommendation to utilize the pumping station site for single family dwelling purposes. At a public hearing on June 17 the majority or cill. zens In attendance had reo que5ted such uNlle .

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