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InWage DisPute - Local History Archives

InWage DisPute - Local History Archives

InWage DisPute - Local History

An the News of AI the Point.s Every Thursday Morning ross~ Pointe Complete News Coverage of All the Pointes ~ws Hom, of th, VOL, 36-NO, 33 bler." .. lee'" c .... lIIa&"r as eM P.. Ollie. a& Detroit, ~ .. GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST I", 1975 2.. Pagll- Two S.ctions-Section One HEADLINES WEEK AI CompUec1., Ute Grolle PolA~ NeD TburlClay. AI(Ut 7 THE WINNER of the Beat Driver in Detroit cootelt, spoasored by the Trtfflc . Association of Detroit and the Detroit Police Depart. ment, II a 24.year-old woman wbo is not anowed to drive her husband'. car. Maryanne Comellus says that ber bus. band will DOt even let her take their car to the .bop. ping center. It's not that be doesn't trust her skill at the ... wheel, she laid, It's just that .. : he doesn't trust other pea. . :. pIe's sltilliJ and he doesn't -.: want iorlsk having their _:: new 1975 Chrysler Cordoba :. smashed up, But commented . : a contest judge, ''Sbe was .: very smooth, and very alert." - ... Friday, AaJUt • ONE YEAR after former President Richard M, Nixon resigned from office, trices of his p.resldency .re h.rd to come by, Accordinl to lome W8IblnJton offIcl.la, "n's Itmolt IS if be bid never been bere It IU." The maUedo()\lt llIlIOUIleemeDt. of the "Honor Americ. D.y" eontllnedpltriotie quote. from evel')' recent pre.14ot stnce Trum.n - every pre.l. dent except Nixon, that iI. Memben of CoDIres. have taken piclurel at tbemselvea ~~~ th~:: ;::, ~~te::~ These are the girls who defeated five other teams in the one.game elimination playoff Hritl. They outlCored their opponents 90 to 12, defeating the Cadieux Cafe team 22-3 in the final game. which was pitched by Jan deBeauclatr for the winners. The champs are sponsored by De-- Four Insurlince. Pictured, (kneeling, from left to Photo by Tom Gr...,WOO(f right), are DIANE RAHALL, JAN HOOPER, FUSAKO HINES, MARY LOU SLEEK and AN. ETTE SCHRIVER. Standing, (from. left to r!&htl, are LIANA BANTLION, "MICKEY" THO~, DENISE MILLER. JAN deBEAUCLAIR, DENISE LINCLAIR.MILLER and FRANK NEUHAUS, manager. CSY C Plans Public Schools Request ::: old .lml mater, Duke .. ~--ReSClitta. ..,lo.Re@ister .'., :~:th:th:r~~hecI On Aug. 31 Before Opening Sessions Sabmla7. AIIIUI • AFTER BEING petitioned by the UAW aDd PeDJI.yl. vania Contrellmlll John Dent, the Tnasul')' Depart- Over 200 Yachts $ch.dul.d to Tak. Part in 42nd Annual Event Par.nts U rged to Accompany Stud.nts: Imm.di. at. TeJephone C.1s to M.k. Appointments Suggested - ment bas Igreed to Invest!- Officials of The Grosse Pointe Public School gate cbarge. that foreign car The C res c e n t Sail System urge all newcomers to the community producers have "dumped" Yacht Club, (CSYC), whose children will be enrolled during the 1975. their produclJ on the U.S. market. The petitions allege that clr. imported from Europe Ind Jlpln .re sold will stage its 42nd annual Crescent Sail Yacht CI b R tt S t u ega a on a ur- 76 year to register prior to the opening of school. With eluse. tilted to be. r --------gin It all levels of 1DItruc. advantage of the availability In this countl')' for l.. s th.n day, August 23. -tion on Thund.y, September of ltat! during the August in the countries in which they Ire made. The UAWaDdKr. Of all Yaebtlng the Detroit Association, River (DR. 4, school .taff members are hopeful that aU Dew eDtOllees 25-29 period," concluded. Miss Frencb Dent say thia "dumpiD," b d Id d la as cluse w espre. y. offl of auto workers because d11 cd .... d It bas stea y er ..... o. mestie sales. • • • SodlY, Aqat 1. IN LOSING HI to the Min. YA), sailboat raees, the Creseent Regatta Is alway. the most spectacular. I lOR Intemat OI1a eean ae. inl, (lOR), and Midget n.. R in CI (MO "",elD ae g ass, . RC), rated cruising diU b fini b th d 1 yac ~ f St f teh cay on't will be proeeuecl prior to Labor D.y 10 that tbe ftrtt day of instnl ....-a wW ..ot '''IV.. be CODIumed with reliltrl' tion detlU. thlt e~'''' be ........ t.ken care of earller. CaB lor A--.I •• _.--. ........ - Studentl new to the Grolse Pareatl .... AtteDd Kill Frencb Ind Mr. Fe1Ihner II1d th.t the stu. dent bel.... enrolled should - be .ccompanled by hi. par. ads. The flmily should hive lJ1 itl posse ulan 'I copy of the tr.DlCript from the stu. . nesota Twina SlturdlY, August 9, the Tigers set a club record with their 14th Iou In r.ee in ron 0 e rescen CI u b w j'" ... th e fl ee t f 0 over 200 yachtl creating an 1mposln. si,ht from I,akeshore Pointe sebool cUJtrl... wbo plan to attend "ades ". I tb h 2 t N.... u. h roug 1 a On.. •.. 1 dent's l.st school or a copy of the Jast report carcl, Parenti of children new to a row. Ironlc.Ily, tb. Iou road. Scbool during lt7HI are the district who are entering was charged to number one To Preseat Awards urged to telepbone immedl. a Mlcblgan lIchool for the Tiger pitcher Miekey Lollch, One design yachts will race ately tor an appointment. fint time are reminded that who has won more gimes the established "C" eourse The number Is 11II8-8100. forms for the physleal exam. than any other left.b.nc!er In and their numbers will have G. Bruce Fellhner, prin. lnatlons required of newcom. Tiger hutory. The old Tiger returned to the Crescent cipal, Indicated that Ippolnt. ersare avanlble In school record for losses, 13 straight, Cl b h bo 1 d f mentl wW be Icheduled u ar r n a vanee 0 with CouDlelor Nell Curtis offiCII Ind In tile Depart. was first set in 1920 and was the grand finale: ment of Pupil Personnel at matched In 1953. The Amerl. Later in the evening, Com. from i a.m.-3:30 p.m. from 380 St. Clair. All children can league record for losses modore Earl Zuehlke, Vice August 11.22. slated to begin kindergarten was 20 straight, set by Bos- Commodore Harvey Free. Mill Frane .. French, AI' thil fall must also have a ton In 1906. The Tigers Ulen man and Rear Commodore slstant Princlpal.IDltruetion phYllcal before school begins. succumbed to the Twins on Lee Sulton will host fellow at South High 8ebool, said Sunday, 4-0. Dave Goltz was DRYA sailors to a big din. Monday that student. new to Middle Ichool prmClpals the winning piteher on Satur. ner at the CSYC. the Grolle Pointe diltrict have released a schedule of day, while Bert Blyleven The fete will be climaxed who plan to .ttend South enrollment times. William blanked the Bengals on Sun- by a grandiose acknowledge- High should call 884-3200 to MOlk, principal of Pierce, day, ment to the winning sailors. make an appointment for has indicated that new en- • • • Commodore Zuehlke will counseling and enrollment rollments will be handled in Monday, August 11 present individual awards to lIS soon as possible. hll building from 9 a.m.- DRIED BLOOD found In a the winners with each ac. "Anyone eligible for mid. 11 a.m. from August 21.29. car seized by FBI agents companied by a rousing summer counseling and en. William Christofferson, prin. investigating the disappear. Crescent "hip.hip.horray!" I rollment Is urged to take c1pal of Brownell, has said ance of James Hoffa eame that enrollments may be from a fish. a source close made from 8 a.m." p.m. to the Investigation said Sun. Boat Capsizes on Lake,. (CoIKlJlued 011 Page 4) day. The car, seized Satur. _ day, August 9, belongl to F 1 S B h S f B h B tt Joseph Glaealone, son of at ler, on ot a e ranc a ers reputed Mafia leader An. Off- · )' C driven by Hoffa's foster son, Whlle his father clung to' an overturned 12.foot sail. woman resident authorities Ind ClUed Park the Part Charles O'Brien. Mr. O'Brien has Insisted that the blood. stains came from a large boat in Lake 51. Clair, Mi. desk officer notified the chael Hershey. 12, of 9 AI. Coast Guard. gel' place. swam more than I Sgt. George Blllr, Ind PI. salmon he delivered to the a mile toward shore, against trolmen Howlrd Clrl Ind wife of Robert Holmer, Sr., strong currents and high Norman Gangola sped to the another Teamster official. waves, to summon help. scene. just II the CG cutter • • • Tvnd.y, AUlUt 12 IN A MOVE DESIGNED to win friends In the U,S., Michael and his father, Ernest, 47, were enjoying themselves In spite of the high winds, on Sunday, Aug. arrived to reseue Mr. Her. shey. The CG crew towed the capsized vellel to the Norbert P. Neff Memorlll the Cuban government turned ust 6. when a gust of wind Park marina. over $2,000,000 In ransom caught the sails and capsized Officer Gangola took the money to Southern Airways the boal. exhausted boy to Bon Se. officials who flew to Hanna Park pollee did not say at cours Hospital for oblcrva. over the wef'kend it was an. what time the craft capsized. tion. after which Michael nounced Monday: The ran. but they received a report of was released. Both father sam was paid by Southern an overturned boat at 10:10 and son are tine, It was re. Airways In November, 1972 a.m., and called the Belle ported. to lhree men who hiJ.cked a Isle Coast Guard Station im Sgt. Blair said that Mr. DC9 and 27 passengers and mediately. Young Michael, Hershey and his son were took It to Havlna after 30 wearing a Ilfcbelt, swam to saillng near the shipping hours of flying around the 15366 Windmill Pointe drive, channel when their boat ClP' South, Midwest and East. where he asked for help. A (Colltbuled 011 PI" f) thOTIY Giacalone. and was ------ tela s ar City Manager Thomas W. Kreubac!l was innocently ehecklng tor dlseued elm treel in Waterloo avenue lut Wednesday, Aueust II, when one of them turned on him. Wlth a sudden explollon of breaking gla .. I 10.foot elm braneh came c r ash I n II (hrough the windshield of hll auto, settling on the headrest of the passenger seat. "It •• I good thing that I had no one with me." Mr. Kreubach said, "because they would have definitely been seriously hurl." Mr, Kressbach then drove the car. elm branch and all, to The City police station for a picture. He spent Ihe rest of the day pieking gla85 out of his hall'. Park Lashed JJy Swrm,; Wires Down Firemen in Park Seniors Feel Frustrated Seek Arbitration By Decision In Wage DisPute City Attorn.y Georg, c.tlin Submits Opinion on PI•• s for Housing Reject Offer M.de by City N'gotiator. as Complex 'TotaUy Unr •• nstic:' Due to COit-of.living By Roter A. Waha Inere ... in P.1t Two Y.. rs Initiatory petitiona cir- tion, The Grosse (GPPFFA), Pointe Park following Fire Fighters Associathe lead of the Grosse culated by members of The Woo d s Heritage Group, senior citizens or- Pointe POA). Park Police hu filed for Officers binding Auociation, arbitration (GPPto settle ganlzat i on, in an ff t e or their wage diapute with the city according to Ed to place the question of Koerber, president of the fire fighters union. a seniors' housing com- The P.r'- ba. -de "11 .. --. offer which wu rejected •• "totally 1&DI't.llJtie," Koer. her I&ld. The clt)"s der CODIIated. of a $1,500 increase la bile WI'. In three s., over a two.ye.r period, wJa1eh the president 01 the Auoe1aUon - I plex at Gheaquiere Park on the November elec:- M Cl b i i etro u tion ballot, were or g - III na.llY . recommtended fotr SJ-te F:n reJec: t Ion on wo coun s IU S .,.;. by City Attorney George D A 16 c.tlin in his written oy ug. opinion dated Friday, August 8. said repreaentl olcluat However, a check with the monetary lAcrel" 01 oll1y Pointe Childr,n of AU State Attorney Geneul's Of. '1,000 ill two )'e.n, due to AgI.lnvited to Attend Ciee 0111 week ellmlll.ted one th. three .tepl propoeed to 3..th Annu.1 Event.t of the ,roullds for reJeetion 're.ch the 'l.soo .lIIOUDt. Brown." cited In Mr. Catlin's opinion Colla .."..... to City Admlnl.trltor Chtl. Tbe Fire FiJbters AIIoc:1a. t10Il feel. thll II uaaee.ptable bee.Ule of tbe Ik)'roebUq Pointe alea are children expected of 111 to turn ter E. Petersen, who, ba.ed upon tb. city attomeY'1 view, rejected the petitions. coltl Too, of the Pllt two Jean. the city dld offlr • out in full for-ce this .1_ A t 16 f urll&Y, ugua ,or Sat. th e Mr. Catlin noted tbe au. tbor1ty to amend I Rom. Rule City Charter by lniU•• cOit-ol-llv1llJ c1aun for the Groue Pointe Metropol- .eeoDd )'I.r of tba ClOGtnet, !tan Club'. 34th AnnUli tor)' t.red peUtion of tb. relll' voten of lucb I cit)' II but due to pndIeUoDa that Field Day. the rlllA. coati abouJ4 le.. 1 off by tho the beDdtl All aorta of Ic:UYltieS arl COlltained In St.te I .... He e to portion Statute •. of • sta. would probebl)' be MiUIt' plabDld for 10eaJ cbJ1drtD.t tllte which ny. 'Ich Ibeet ble till BIOWDeU MIddSe Sebool of tile pet!tion must be siCDId It WI' polAttd out further ItbJetle field by the fin. by at lealt flve percent of that the cOlt-of.llvlnJ cilIUM ftlhtera, pollee officers .nd the relillered voters or, 111 woukl DOt be ~v. Pd ""el'll worklrs from the 'I1Ie Woods' eaH, Ipprolli. bid I .....11I•• of 01111 20 elfttl ftYI PoiIltea wtao cOlllprtle m.tel)' 847 nlm ... an ~~ the club. c.taets omee -ctty lIaDAler !\obert S.. CIlI1clnll' wiU' retitler ",. •.IA.t!M C:IP 01 the .~ ..' said u • the cue ct Ibowlq t h • I r municipal petffiOb drlve, approxlm.tib' die Pollee 0Ifteen AuodI •. part ,..... beliaDla. at I 70 abtetl or pa"1 tOZlt.tn., tl_ ...._ 1_ _ tim. e.m. 'J1Mn, from 10 I.m, the state baUot propoelUoca .t - ~ .. the top of tile pa". (with Cateh.s Brunt of Mon. tile nre n,bten bave reo 11II Jp.m., 11m.. , 1:01I. 1JAe. fw ao .I....lum IDd quuted I1'bltratJoa. fte po. tIttI, refrelhmeuta aDd ell. d"-- I day Bfast: Other Bce requeat e.me lite l.. t terta1IImeat Ire IU free ol :Ir:..-:~, pen), w.... aau.. Point.s Report mOllth ud .rbltratbl ia IX. dllr .. , This would have meant Littl. or No peeted to start 10011,thl eltJ TI, ... Is that aile Iheet would blVI Dam'glS mlll.,er Hid. Field DIY chairman Dave bid to contain approximltely NIee aeJect Offer Taylor,. Plrk flrefilb.ter, 847 namel. Th P k ed The poUcemen 011 .July 12, .. Ad the American Legion But Mr. CIULn contaeted e ar appear to WIID1.moualy rejected. Part boxcar IDd two moon walks the Attorney Generll's ()(fiee have been the only offer of '1,000 pi, lDere.... wW provide rides for the Ind Slid be was told they Pointe that suffered ex- lD the Ant ,elr of tIMJr 1dda. III IddJtlon, popcorn, will Interpret the lalllule to tensive damage during eontr.et. Effeett". .JuJI I, eottou candy aDd ice crelm read elch petition rlther the freak, but Jevere 1fTI, the pa)' would be booIt. will all be av.llable, Cree of tblD elcb sheet. So, In thb rain and hail and tbun. edlnotbel' ., makJla•• rl.. Inatance the number of sheet. derstorm that stl'1,lck the (c.-. ... • p ... 6) . Metro Club member. are wouldn't m.tter. area at about 4: 25 p.m. . BOWr.iad)'in, III auortment But I second deficiency on Monday, August 11. Hit.RuD Driver of prilel includln, bicycles :~s o~~~n~Y"~ f:r:a~~ Not only WII The Plrk de. .1Id fWllnl rodI .Dd reels. of the propoled Cbarter luged by helvy r.In, but it Pleads Guilty The police Ind liNflchter Amelldmentpurpora to reo wa. also pelted with luge cloWns w111 eatertaln the quire that '. . . the couDcll hail stone.. v C - B _..- -1 'el'owds alan, with the by .ppro te adlorl sbaD ...rs. • , G d M N '-h i I . At first a few large, IC.t. of H.mpton road, pled ,liiJty ran ae e.. mus c Ins. . .. rezone the •• Id propert" tered drops came dow In 1be to a cblr,e of MiliCent "We hope IU the cblldren (a portion oC the plrk), II Farms. City and Plrk, then holllle.lde in the bit and run come out," Firefighter TlY' (Co.......... PI" Z) It became a torrent. The rlln death of • Firms pollee of. lor IIld. "And the parenti ----abated slightly In The City flcer lilt spriJl,. Ire welcome too," File Unfair and Farms, but continued to Mrs. B.rbour appelred be. eome down In "bucketl" In fore Wlyne Couaty Circuit Last year over 3,000 chll. Laho Ch The Park, where It WII re. Court Jud,e JOM R. KIrw.n dren attended. r arge ported that approximately .7 Wedne5dlY, July 11. SIIe wW The free day of gimes, of an lneb of rain and haU, be sentenced before blm 011 prizes .ndrefresbmenta is City policemen, now repre. accompanied by bright lI,ht- September UI. made poulb1e by area mer. sented by Teamster. Locil nlng aashes and loud claps The m I x I mum pollible chlau and residents who tlI21t, filed In unfair l.bor of thunder, poured down on penalty on the chlr,e iI two contribute to the Metro Club practices charge a,alnat Th. The Park. years in prlliOn. neld day brochure. City lut Friday, Au,ust I, U,bta Knocked Out Farm. Offleer Kenneth Co.chllrman of the day 11 with the Mlchl'ln Empkly. Street lights south of Jef. Pine. 30, died K 0 n d • y, City Firefighter Rlebard ment Relations Commlulon, lerson, from Beaconsfield to March 17, In 81111tJohll HOI' Tueker. (MERC). Cadieux, and at the fOOl of pltal alter heln, .truck by ----- The charle, which will be Bedford lane, were knocked a hit and run driver the allbt .UCBT WINS LE'lTER heard on October 5 by Judie out when a bolt of lightning before while he hid I motor. Greg Breeht, I Iraduate of Jamea Kulz. says that The struck a Detroit Edison uti!. 1st Itopped on M.ck avenue A u s tin Prep, has been City Is not justified In relus. ity pole transformer in Trom. and Elizabeth court, l"lrded a varsity letter In Ing to pay the patrolmen's bley road. This section was Pollee arrelted Mrs. Bar. blseblll by Wlyne State clothing anowance that Is without power for several bour Thuraday, March 20. University for the 1975 Jla. required under the old con. hours. and Tuesday morning, following an Inveltigation led IOn. A junior at WSU, he tract. August 12. it was disclosed by Farms Del. JOleph MUler. caught and played left field. City policemen walked out that Edison crews were still - of negotiations with The City working to restore complete Woods Stud:ns PU"'ClUlSe Thursday, August 7, after a electrical service. ~ • ' few minutes of bargaining. Two flags at Windmill The policemen now refule Pointe Park were reported Of Two New R ..... _J - r Un: ts to sit down with The City to have been shredded by a lJU,(l.. again until a clothing allow. terrific gust when the wind ------- ance or $225 per person reo that came with the storm ReeommendaUona fro m the trlde.ln of two older qulred by the old eonlract Is suddenly shifted. City Admlnistrltor Chester unltl. Each complete unit settled, according to pollee E. Petersen Ind Publle Safe. runs $2,315, lell the S300 steward, Patrolman David Fire Chief Phillip Costa ty Dlreetor Henry Marcblnd trade.ln per older unit, for Teolls. and Aut. Chief David Taylor relardlng the purcblle of I net total of $2,085. "We walked Ollt beeause said that there were no two new radar units for the Mr. Petersen sUllelted the 'I the elty tailed to comply "working fires" as a result pubUc safety deplrtrnlrlt expenditure for boUl ullits be with the present contract In of the IIghtnlng, but sman were unanlmou.ly ref'rred ehlrled to the surplus reo rellardl to the clothing Illow. fires were caused by downed to the Committee of the .. rvl of the Parkin, Enter. I ance," said Patrolman Tec>wlrea. Whole by The Woocll Counell prill Fund. II•. Large tree limbs and wlrea at the regul.r meelin, Mon. Presently, the department City Man a I c r Thomll were reported down at loca. day, AUilust 4. hll four T.R. II units, Includ. Kreubach uld he had not lions In Harcourt, Nos. 910, In a memo to the eouncl1, In, two spares, which will even taken his seat at thl 751 and 745; 644 Barrington; Mr. Petersen recommended be traded In If the council negoUaUng table before po. 616 Lakepointt. 613 Lake. the purchlle of I Pllr of 250 oIl.y. the purehlle of the lice attorneys w.lked out. pointe; along Trombley and Kustom Sllnal M.R. 7 mov- M.R. 7's. "We were prepared to en. Windml1l Pointe drive; and Ing radar unlta without com. Unlike the current units, ter Into cxtensive negotla. and the 1300 hlock of Audu. petillve bidding "Inllmueh which will be five.years-old lions." ~fr. Krcssb.ch said, bon. 18 the practicability lrod Ihls November, the new units "hut before we evcn had an The Park fire chiefs Hid fe8llbllity of luch unltl hive would provide offlcera with opportunity to sit down they that firefighters were kept been previously tested and ,reater mobility on the ra. had walked out." busy from 5.10:30 p.m. on utilized by the Michigan State dac front, nld Director Mar. Patrolman Trolls called standby duty, at locations Police." chand. the city'S refusal to pay the where wires were downed. I The combined COlt or the The two T.R. II units are clothing allowance a ".tall. (Colltillued OD Pa,e 2) unlu totals $4,170 Ineludln. (ceMilluec1 on PI,e I) Inll tactic." I,

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