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1962-02-15

1962-02-15

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GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY, 15,
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Basketball
a
Complete Ne'w~ Coverage
of 
All the Pointes
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Second Clads Matterat the Post Office at DetroIt. Mich.
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All the Newsof All the Pointes
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Every ThursdayMorning
01 tbe
'VEI~K
 As Compiled 
b'y
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VOLUME 23-NO" 7
IIEADLINE~
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IWoods
Scene
O
aves
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Of $200,000
 Being Attacked 
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Conflagration
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Investigating Cause of 
ac
son
aro
ee
Blaze That Destroyed
Thu"d." F.h,u,,'y
Sporh Shop and Health
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ~_______ ~
U"bc,1 S. McNam"a's dcc"i"" Man with long Prison Record Followed Victim off Bus GymnasiumIn "Cu'e infom,"tion on whi,h P
k
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d ROtPenl"gon cen,o'S "ltmd 'pe-
In
dr; escuer ears cream an aces u A four-alarm fire de-"fie ,peech" by milil",y
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of House to Nab Attacker
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,troyed a health club and
son n e I ha:-: full prcsidential SIJOrtin
rr
goods
store
andA Jackson Prison parole,e was sentenced to 90 days,
b , ' ,
h",'kioc. M,'. Kcnncdy, ,,,,,,king . caused smoke damane 10
yesterday at a news COnfel'('nee,/ 
in the Wayne County JaIl for assault and battery, fol- : d"
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Secretary of Dc fen s c "can
on Friday; February 9. "-- ------ ------, -- :District
on
Monda\', Fcb-
a~ree to a harassment of incli- Devilliards Wynn, alias De-
B · k A . .
viduals who arC' only carrying villards Long, alias Devillards .
rlC gall!
ruary ]
2.
oul Ihe policies diel"led hy DeLong, 28, oC 4450 Thi,tieth The fi... beln""d ","'cd hy
their superiors"" The President street, Detroit, was originally
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nploye'd 
to
i
faulty wiring in the hcalth club,today invoked "cxecutive Pl'iVi', charged with att~mpted rape,
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'was fouglll for more than 1
II0
legc"
10
pmenl mili"',." cen- hut b
co
au" his
vidim'Sj
hout" I". Jin'men fm", II"'O'S C,om '''ing ,'nked 0'" thc "rcams b,onght ah<>ulh" res-
Rob Store
Woods, F;n'm" PO"k, Sho,,, "nd
coals by the Senate sUbcommit-, cue before harm could be done, Harpel' Wuod~, Approximatc1y
tee lnvestigallng Defcn" De- Ihe only ch",ge th.1 could .8.' fi"emen. indndiog off-dutypmiment een'o'Shil'.
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Ken- hc pmvcd wos Ihe
Ie"".
one. Window Smashed at Paul' C,ly "nl
Sl.
Cl,i, Shorcs
fi,,-
nedy voiced hi>; support of IVlc~
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Park Police Chief Arthur
G h' Ph h"
Il11en
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\'oluntcered thcir
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'uh,ommittee '''' "'''''d on 1''''01, I'om Fi,her Road; Displays 'wcce eighl piO"e.' oC C"'di"hl-"oled un"nimou,'y to Co,", top J.. k"n P,i,on on J,nu.ry 10, Stolen iug ,quipment u,,'d
PentagoIt censor Willis
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t ff b t M k dgo a a us a ae' an Destroyed
\1
ere the \"ic 1'an-
('Ilee
to submit a lIame he I'e- S t 'th 20 Idomerse WI a -year-o
For the second time
"n ncv
GVI11
<indHealth Club, 19:281fu>;cdto rcveal last week under P k 'j d
f'
II d h ' .ar glr, an
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owe er as
ten davs, City police ar- ",
~Iack; an,d)9rosse Po,i,nte SportI)ain of possible ('itation for
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A ~
th g'~l
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S
le wa e me. ~ e
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rl'ved at 1he scene of a!,
Shop, 19~(j:J,:\lack. 1he Sl11o",econtempt
llf
Congress, 'j"ed d vn Somerset Wyn ~ _ ~
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wa ""\.
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,n
burg"larv
to
find the front
damage was m the \\ ?ods Drug.,?
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That's exactly what it is, wIth a few extras in the JIMMY and DANNY LAW, MIKE and SUZI CHAM-
grabbed her about the throat ~,
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Centrc, 19291 ?llack. 'lotal dall1-
PRESIDENT KENXEDY yos- form of Children thrown in for good measure, The big PINE, DANNY and LISA GRUNEWALD. Standing, and eovmd her mouth, hut not plate glass wmdow of a, 'ge w"., "tim.led "t mo" th.nt"day oskcd Cong,cs> to cho<- gals are mem beos of the Neighborhood Slu b's Senior left to right: -WALL Y and BEVERLY FRENCH, hcfo.. thc girl "" d a ch.ncc store smashed, a bn ck 
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ym
g ,S200.000 .
tcr a gi ant corporation for
h f MARILYN MONAHAN and BABY MI CHAEL ,
to let out a piercing scream.
inside, and display articlr~s
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b'1 d . I'
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League F1yerettes. Some of t e
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fspring were too -, _
Lone Victim Treated
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n g anc maw amrn,~ a
DA MIKE
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Youth Rescues Girl
missing.
 \\"orldwicle radio, tC'!cvision and
small to bring for the picture. There are 22youngsters PEGGY IVIALONEY,JUDY MOTLEY, LIN , "
'1"lle
011]"
\'I'C"tl'lll
Or 
tIle fIre
R SANY LW N NCYSCHICK ALYCE
Norman Beliger, 18, of 329 Paul Gach PhotograIJh". Inl'"
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t I ht
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k ()\'e a IJil
l'nall \vhose mothers are members of the team. Shown ITA and D A, A ,
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Hillcrest, visiting a girl, friend, Was this week's target for
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ane Iml11c'rman,
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on dotl"'s ":Ot'th "r n"l-d,,, here are, sea ted, left to rigb to-CAR OL and MIKE MARSHALL, PHYLLIS CHAMPINE and B A B Y Jan M.,zoda oC1423 Somerset, bc"Y. P.lm Imen Gco,ge B... kx ;53, OC69 \' em",. "o.d, "ho ""voting sloek in Ihc pmpo"d FRENCH, KEVIN and SEAN MALONEY, JUDY, JACK, NAN CY and DAVID GRUNEWALD. h""d thc gid's mcam and ran .nd Duncan Ma,E"d,cm 'c- I'" Ihc h",lth dub and "ho '''''
Communications Satellite Corp,
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out of the house and grabbed sponded to an alarm at 5::10
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taken to
St
John I-Iospltal andwould be offered to the public
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Th Ch. · R. BZ
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the girl away from her assail- a,m. on Saturday, February
la,
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treated for ll1,halatlOn of smokeand to communications firms at
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t
ree arltles to ecelve
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rlve
,nt. The youth told Wynn to Aniving "t the photography .nd "eam. She
"OS
t,kcn 10
not lcss than
$1,000
a Share./ remain where he was "Or else." shop. 345 Fisher, they noted a the hO,~PI"tajby
\'V
oods 1"al,ol-with secondary shares available
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Bdiger took the girl, who brick lying inside the shatterl'd man \\ Ilham
Duster.
onl,. 10 communication, ""m-
lmlts a
rocee
S
rom
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ow ep
enls tes
wos hysl"i"1 and in ,hock to Cou, hy six fool ,oulh Cmol The n",1 al",'m e"o" io al
panics.
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Miss Mazzoda's house, and told window, observed articles on about. 11;30 a,I11"and the WoodsAccording to Mr. Kennedy,
Beaclt l'e'sts
l.e pens e
It-ual-Y
2
any an s
Miss Mazzoda to call police, display missing, and found a sent all of its equipment to theth" Corporation would make its ...
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hi
d C k d
' w 'ch she did without cloy. rceord .. lopc and spool on thc "ene. At 'l"k ,nd 00 m"
profits from satellite channel, --------- { Beliger then r e t urn e d to sidewalk in front of the store. billowing black clouds of smokerentals: firms such as telephone
New Restriction Expected Foundation
fo,r
Exceptional Children, UNICEF and Total of 319 Pints "Co
1 -
Wynn, and under threat of dO-I A second reeordpr tape
WiiS
codd be seen, and the fire-and telegraph companies and
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EI",minate O'''e'rcrowd- Save the Children Federation All WiiI Benefit leC+ed in First Double
ing him bodily harm if he. did discovered at the intersection figbters figured the fire wouldother authorizcd fOI"eign...and
Y'
f
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not obey, held the assailant of Washington and Maumee. be Of major proportions anddomestic organizations co '-':I d
"Ingon Weekends and rom, nnua ro uction Collection Carried On
t'l l' 'd d t k d- d ' 'I d tl'
1
un
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po Ice arnve an
00
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Robb'e
Il
S"I ra we In secone an lIre
USe'
th(' space rc1ay stations for
H I"d --------- at Center
charge. , e~J s ""re ,um ar alarms,International,
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can-spanning
f
0
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ays
Grosse Pointe School for Exceptional Children,
Wynn could not have gotten
I
CIty Pohce Captall1 Andre',\'broadcasts. Awar e t h a,t the! "
UNICEF, and Save the Children Federation-these are " .
't d' C. Teetacrt remarked on the' On the sccond alarm, tilesatellite system would be a Go\"-
!
A
POllCY
adJustment in the three charities which will receive proceeds from the The first all day and
alwa
Y
dlf bhe It,ned, SI t wGasd1S- similarity b'etween the Ga('h Farms sent its aerial ladderI
1,
"t'
th b f h b h ld b 2 23 d eve n i
n
g American Red
c ose y po Ice. g. or on truck and Harper Woods a
,'minPol-m"le<i moo
0
p0
y,
Iml mg e n u mer
0
14lh annual Tuxis S ow to e e Fe ruary
2,
,an Duuean and PatroIm.u W.Iter ,0bhClY ,nd the ,obhery oC '. '1'1, tl' 'd . I "
K('nnC'c!y inC'!l;c1edseveral pro-
guests at one time at the 24
'n
~J----~~ ~
Cross double unit blood-
York Jewelers 16835 Ken-he- pumper. le
111
a a rIllI ' t WI
go.
I
mobl'le collection held at
Paton were about a block away, ' brought a pumper from the
,"ion, designed I~ e imm, e walerfronl park was ap- Thc earnings f'om Thu'Sd.y huilding 10inmose Ihe "hool', Nollingh.m ,nd Ycmo" when e.J. on Feh,'u"."
J. '.
F'n",
'oothet. r'Om thc P,,'k 
the possibilitv of corporation
d
1..
th P k '1 ' the Grosse Pointe War
th . d I' b' d In both Instances. a bnclc! '
'. prove ,.y e ar conucl nlghl's pe,Co,m'DCe w
ill
be SCl'VICCS. cy rocetve a po ICe
t o . - .
I,md onc C'Om Ihe Sho"s Thc,'onlml by ,my onc slockhold" on Monday February
12
giveo to the School fo, Exccp- F"d,y .nd Salu'day night', Memorial lasl Wednesday, ml. IContmued on r"e
2) ,
"'It," ,I" >cnl , ""vlCe 'n"k,
in his sUr!r!cstecl "Commumca-
Th '1" 1" '
II d
F b 7
t
. S t ",-.. "1 of 1962" e new po ICY WIll e Iml- liona! Child,en. procecds wi he divide he- e ruary ,was an .ou
-I
Thi,a
Offi",
on Hand Thc Ion,th al"rm b,ought ,n-lton, ," '.' '. '. '. nate overcrowding of the S'd M J h Bockslan" twccn UNICEF and S"C the slandmg success, espeCIally P"t'Olman Jam" LaP'all as-
C I D
other engin~ from Harper
.\ GAS EXPLOSJO" in a park on Saturdays, Sundays ",S;I p"'i~~nl ~n~ now mem- Child"n Fedcr~lion. . _ in terms of amounl of blood signcd to ihe Dctcctive B":eau,
ras 1 alnages
Wood,.
Saarbrueckcn, Ger
In
any coal
and holidays.
ber of the school's board of UNI,CEF (Uru~ed N~tlOns In~
collected.
was in a cruiser at Balfour and
Two Cars, Trucl~
Thc City mon~d its equip-trustees: "It's wonderful that ternatlonal Ch~ldren s Emer- A total of 319 pr"nts "'ere do- Mack, and arrived at the scene 111el1l.to the Farms station,
10
111l11ehas killed 123 persons and Curtailed, as a result of the gency Fund) aSSIsts gov~rnmen " ~trapped 69 othcrs "beyond res- changc, will be the number of a group of tecnagers is doing t I d I t ~ l'k - nated and 375 persons regis- at about the same time as the ---
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gi\'e centralized protcction to.. S I
c t'
nll'ne comml's t P something 'for children who are ahan dvcoun ~y .agenel:s, Ihe tered
'0
gr've and only 49 \vere other officers. Two cars and. a truck 
wcrf~ 
I
tile City, Farms
and 
Shores.Clle, aar an - gues s of ark rest'dents, per~ t e Re ross In ImprovIng teehandicapped. This proves that , . Ch' fL' tl t th damaged on Fnday afternoonsian officials estimate a pro- mitted in the park at one tl'me. health and \' eHare
f
chIldren rejected. Grosse Pointers are Ie ouwers saId la ere F b ' 9 "h tl t l.~I Woods Lacks Agreement2 the teen of today thinks of V
0
'tl II h lth was no doubt of Wynn'~ inten- e ruar y , \. en 1e rue,
I '
bable overall death toll of 19 , A pass card is punched for something other than himself," and mothers, all ove,r the world. apparen y an unusua y ea y t' b t b th driver failed to see a '57 Ford A rC'lluest for aId was sent
although mcuc operolinn, orc caeh gucsl ,Howcd. Supporlm. Ind.", Boy lot as ihis ,cp'mnts only 14 lOt",1u e~a~1e e,;" wfs no
I
stoppcd in a traffic lane ill
I
to the Detroit Fire Department,
,tiH in prugm". Thc bl"t w" City Mau,gcr RobCl' Slone Thc 36 ~ cmb" s of the Through the Save thc Chil- perccnt tumed down in,l"d of ~,~~a ~';;'~' f~cdu,nylu~t
'%';
C"'nt oC18038 Mack.
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n "d", I,dd" It'Uck, hutappamnllv coused by an
OVCt'-
iold Ihe memo".s of Ihc coun- school, .. ngmg f<om 3 to 13 dmn Fed"'tion, Tuxis ,uppo,l, thc 30 pmenl rcjcetion thc co c, e ga
,tt"
Dol'OIt d"p"tchcr ,1.lcdhealcd ed",'cyo,-hell engi,,,. eit, Ihat Co, • numb.. of vc,,',
yc." 
old, a.. hoth phys,,,,,Hy a 12 yca, old Pim. Indian boy Rcd C,o" is usuaHy prcpamd was os'aul, and h.ltery. M"garctll~'n"d. 8~9 ],eoo,., Ih,,1 Ihe Wood, had no wo,'king
* * *
e,'I('ll fc~mI'I~'I'n the cl'ty' llas
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and mentally handrcapped. living in New Mexico, $120 will for. Wynn did not hesitate to DetrOIt, at t e whce o
Ow
I
g'e m t
,'tl
D tr "t th" , , Ford was pre aring to bac]- ale en \
11
e
'01,
ere-Friday, February 9
I
been granted park passes, and New Building Planned support him for a year. paying This blood collection served enter a plea of guilty to the"' ,P ,
I
fore approval for assistanceh
f}.
I I' bid lesser charge and was immedi- II1to a parkll1g space when th,' I ~t b
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j,"
d f' th
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AHIS POLICE foug t eom- c,oh Camity h" bcen p"mi lled Pmen lly, thc school
i>
10- 0' '" ,. ,"0 mg, 00" "n 44 diffc,'cnt communlly hloud t 1 ' I t truck hit hcr cor ,!omming i' mu, e. 0' ,mc 'Om
et
c,
munist demonstrators for thr.ee to have up to 25 guests a sea- cated in Mill er Hall behind clothing. banks plus several individuals, a e y sentenced to t le coun y , , ' FIre ChIef La\lTel1cc Dalv. or' T' k"
f
th how b J'ail for 90 days the maximum approxlmatelv 30 feet forward
f'
tll
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t t F' 'chours Thursday night, turnmg SOn. Gltcsts have been pcrmit. Christ Church. But future plans
lC
e.s or e Scan e All the church' blood banks in , ",_ _ , rom e e rol .Ire om-
'PI I I Bas 1 purchased at the Village Store the area plus tIle teachers, {l're under the law, the chief said'LInto. a
z
:JK7.M~rcu8rO)6T_d1r2lvthenDby m
i
s-ioll.t 1e hlstonc ace ce a - tee one at a time, or 25 in a are being made to erect a new .. .,t b ttlon the Hill a!1d at the Campus Wynn, the chief said, was OUIS~" mala, ... ,e- . '. _. ,
ti
lle once again in
0
a a e- group. --------------, - and policemen, postmen, Junior I d f' I troit. The front wheels of the'
\V
hen 111folmed of tlus, \\ oodsflCld, The 10,000 Red rioters, Take All at Once
Shop in the Village from 3:~0 to League and other institution's r~tease ~omg~,nson on pa~o e truck made six-foof skid marks_ Director Of Public Safety Vern
who h.d galhcrcd to prot"t th,
Double 
0
fense 
5 on .Wcdnesd,ys ",d F"d,ys blood ban~s were "pIen"hed. a" servlO we year> 0 , S"ile)' c.ncelled thc ,id "ou,,1
terrorist policies of French AI- The problem, the city man- and On Saturday from 3 to 5,
I
5-~5,years for two ~ttempts of Mrs. Bernard sta~ed that sl1C' because of the time
it
mightgeria's far-right Secret Army ager pointed out, is that many
Nets Fine" Jail
They are also on sale at the Center Bank Unlucky crrmmal ass a u It m Oakland saw the truck comIng and reo tal;>e to obtain the permission
O'g,ni"tion, were f; n a1Iy oCthc f.milies sovc thclr guest Gms>c Pointc Memo,ial Chmeh Thc Gros>c Pointe Communi- County, He will .undoubledly m"ined ,Iationa,y to. ,]]ow
it
Thm w"' no doubt
" lO t
Dc:bealen hack hy 1,000 club- punches,. and org,ni" I.. gc office 'nd f'om Tuxi, memh", ty blood hank mainl'lned hy he retumed to pmou
Co,
thc 10 p",s. The tmek d"~", Wy:
I
troit would have sent tI1e need-
b,andl,hing riot police, but not groups fo, picnics on Satu,- AIc",nd" Furchak, 19, of and non-memher> p"tidp'lin, thc Centcr to a"ist G",,,c '~st ~f Ihe ,cnle."cc f~, pmolc men Bu,h, 419 S. Llo,d,. Sahs ed cquipmcnl bee.u"
oC 
thchcfo,c ei,ht pcr>ons, including days, Sund,,, ,nd holidays at 6506 Con co, d, Dct"'it, wa, In the ""ow.. Poinle'S in ea" of. em"gcncy VIOlalion, the. ch'eC s"d. bmy, N. C.. SOld bc d,d nol emergcney, hut
it
was felt tl"tlhrce women .nd a I5-yca,-old Ihe waleor'ont p.. k. Cound guilly of speeOing 40 ""i"l UNi,e"ity 8-8947" i,
'YO>
nol so fo,tu"'te. Only 12 Long Crunma! Re,""d >ce Ihc Bemard m..
I
there was sufficient equipment
bov wm dcad and bundrcds Slonc said Ih,1 Thomos Rey- milcs an hou, on Jcffe"on, a the title of thc 26
,ct
va"etl' pints wm don.lcd oC which Wynn hos , enmlOa! <ceoi'd All Ihrce vehIcle, mvo],cd al Ihc ,ccnc "n,.",,, 'nd time
", , . th t t nolds, director of Parks and 30 mile zone, and never having show whose theme is college (Continued on Page 2) dating back to March 1947, were damaged, the Ford most .more lay injured In e s ree s.
I
Armored cars patrolled the Recreation, conducted a survey acquired a driver's license, life. A talkathon stretching over when as a juvenile he was sent extensively. Bush, ticketed for
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(Continued on Page 2)Left Bank area during the day, during the past year, which He was arraigned~ before an cntire school year provides to the Boys Vocational School reckless driving by City policemute but definite evidence of showed that approximately 2,- Park Judge C. Joseph Belanger the string which 'ties the show
Confused Drivcr
in Lansing. His record includes officers Richard G. Elworthy
rr.
kId
de Gaulle's determination to 000 persons l!se the park on a on Wednesday, Febrl,1ary 7. The together,
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ff"
molesting, stealing cars, and an and Donald F. Fritz. posted a
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stopGAS terrorism. Interior Saturday, and about 1,500 on -------
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escape-from Jackson Prison, ac- $100 bond, and is scheduled to
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S dfirst offense brought a $13 fine, d
J.,
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!'11'nl'ster ROller Frey charged a un ay,
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cor ing to Chief Louwers. appear in court on Fe~,ruary 27. _ /.
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it d at and the second a fine of $75
ruc an , ar
Ch' f 'd th t K" d
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the Communist Party with in- e average a en ance A,motorist who made a wrong " Ie Lou We
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s sal a Inala an~rs. ernar'spiring the demonstration, add- (Continued on Page 2)
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and two days in the Park Jail.
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turn and faced oncoming traffic (Continued on Page 2)
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were issued \yitness notices. Tickets were issued to 1\1rs.iog that "rarely have such well
n InOr ang e
on a one-way side of Mack ave- -------------------------__ Lynn
Ac..an1s.
425 Lothrop, andor"'anized bands of rioters at-
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nue Tuesday night, February 6,
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FIT 
Arthur Dranberg, 23226 Wil-ta;ked the security forces". The
a pee er ter, use
A minor accicJ,ent occurred on was arrested by Woods police as
tu ents an, acu ty urn
lard, 'Warren, on Thursday, Feb-Government issued an appeal JeHerson at the City Park a he continued on without chang- I'llary 8.for order, stating its inability
4t 
75
mph on ley Streets,
little after noon on Thursday, ing his course.
Salesmelt to Help Friend :
Mrs, Adams. tra\:elmg west
10 "lend itsclf to the double Feb,u"y 8. Potmtmen Al Ahend ,nd
!
00 Ch"hoix, ""empted to
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th a Ernest Werner, 26760 Kathy, B d K 11 'd thgame of the enemIes
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parent's home, 22823 Allen "no" for an answer, So they Country Club drive, was on hiscomes the 14tn Hemisphere :J;e-public to cut ties with Castro's the avenue. Lanstra and Handley said --------- Hole traveled two blocks, Court, St. Clair Shores, when sold candy, earning $3,700. way home from Mason School1ncreasingly isolated regime. The officers stated in a re- that Rapp had been drinking, PARKED CAR LOOTED still northbound, when the po- a tug at the coffee pot On the And this time the Dad ge s On Tuesday, February 6, whenFrondizi's action has apparent:- port that Rapp was traveling and when stopped, told them Mrs. M. J. Schumacher of '{icemen forced him to the curb. stove sent s caId i n g liquid couldn't say no. he slipped and fell at Ve1'11~erJy' mollified military leaders at a high rate of speed. They that he was on his way to Nine 164 Ridgemont, complained to They took Hole to the station splashing all over her bOdy. _Last Monday, student eom- and Mack. He was taken to thetUI'ncd their cruiser around Mile road, S1. Clair Shores, to Farms police on Monday, Feb~ where they gave him a ticket That was two days before r1ittees went to the doctors, the
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an hour, The offi- Rapp was released on $100 her car radio antenna and stole The motorist Was released ' At first it looked as if Karen paying off the bills. They have tr<.'ated by the family doctorfamily at the recent Punta del cers said Rapp ran a red light bond pending an appearance a hubcap, while the vehicle after posting a bond of $100, to might not get better. Brownell enough money left over to see for a gashed forehead. FiveEste conferellce, had del1land- at Lochmoor. beIore Woods Judge Don Goo6.~ was parked in the Grosse Pointe guarantee his ,appearance in rallied to help the little girl; that Karen gets the best of care, stitches wen: needed to close(Continued on Page 19) At Mack and Vernier, Rapp row. High School lot. court. pints of blood were donated and as long as she needs it. the cut.
 
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the ncw Three Mile Drive park, three were owed to anotherat Three Mile and Essex. is 59 bank and three more were re-
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It
is hoped that at the nextLimited to Six bloodmobile visit in this areaThe city manager recom- which will' be at Christ Churchmended that the guest policy in May that more blood will ~be changed, still permitting donated to the Center's bloodresidential families to have up bank by friends and familiesto 25 guests each season, but of those who have benefittedallowing only six guests per from it in the past and otherfamily into the park at one citizens who wish to assist thistime. community effort. Only if thisSlone informed the council is done can the Memoriai'sthat not only will this climi- Community Blood Bank con-nate overcrowding at the water- tinue to function and mcet thefront park. but it will also bring emergency needs of Grosseabout greater use of the Three Pointers.Mile Drive park. The latter' is
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Wynn is being investigated byDetroit authorities, since his de-scription matched that of a mansought by Detroit for criminalassaults and attempted assaults.Chief Louwers praised Bel-iger and Miss Mazzado for theirfine cooperation, Beliger forres cui n g the victim fromWynn's clutches and detainingthe culprit until police came;and Miss Mazzado, for retain-ing her presence of mind andcalling police without hesita-tion."We of the police depart-ment are very grateful to thesetwo young people for their partin making the capture of Wynnpossible," the chief said. "Thesetwo kept their hpads, and there-by ended Wynn's crime spreebefore he had a chance toescape to commit other suchcrimes, perhaps one that mighthave ended in the death of avictim."This is typical of the finecooperation between the citi.zenry and the police. Whenthe citizens and police have thistype of cooperation, criminalshave no chance to s~cceed.
Ens. H. HendersonTaking Air Training
Rumor mongers need to hearvery little of an argument topick up some scraps of mis-in-formation."Young Beligel' could haveeasily let Wynn escape, but heshowed he was of stern stuff.Miss Mazzoda, too, showed shehad what it takes. Many ayoung woman might have be-come excited and confused, butMiss Mazzoda did not. Shecalled the authorities, and thentried to comfort the victim. Weare proud of both of them."While at Whiting Field, stu-dents are trained in the single-engine, propeller-driven 1'-28aircraft. -Instructhn includes acrobaticand precision flying. followedby the principles of instrumentflying and the usi; of radioequipment to navigate whileflying "blind."The final phase of trainingincludes two- ;"nd .:our-planeformation flying and air-to-airgu.nnery, during which the stu-dent pilots fire at targets beingtowed over the Gulf of Mcxico.Upon completion of the train-ing, they report to TrainingSquadron Five at Saufley Fieldin Pensacola, Fla., to make car-rier 'qualification I and i n g s.thereby earning the Navy's"Wings of Gold."MILT
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(Continued from Page 1)was important, the directorsaid.The fire started in the loftarca of the drop ceiling betweenthe gym and the store. Therewas no fire wall between thetwo establishments, merely a Detroit Del. Sgt. Nicholaspartition, which accounted for Massong, w
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was disclosed that the ac-tual amount of damage
will
notbe known for several days, butDirector Bailey said
it
is esti-mated at about $200,000.The fire is being investigatedby Del. Sgt. Walter O'Dell andand Det. Leroy Tobian. whosaid that although the fireeoulrt have been caused byfa.ulty \viring, this is not posi~tive. The cause could havecome from another source, andthis is what they are trying to
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All Flycreltes agree that thegreatest benefIt they derivefrom basketball is mental relax-ation, "Some days,- after I'verushed around with the house-work, I wonder
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I'm crazy totake on another thing," saysMrs. French, '~But then I startplaying. and by the time I'mfinishcd I feel human again."Basketball season at theNeighborhood Club is 10 weekslong ,from January 25 throughMarch 28. There is a $50 en-trance fee per team (approxi-mately $5 per person). Nospecial uniforms are required.At present, there are five sep-arate teams in the Senior
Girls
League.The Flyerettes Is the onlygroup whose members have, forthe most part, been associatedwith the Neighborhood ClubEince ehildhoC¥1. Many of themlearned rudimentary basketballtechniques in Girls Gy:n Class,when they were between theages of seven and 12.They play for the fun of thegame, hope their children willplay for the same reason. Theydo not inte'nd to raise any"flabby Americans."
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glory, They like to win, (accept (AHTNC) - Army Pfe, Georgec1deat only when it's inevit- F. Oliver. whose guardian, Mrs,able). but play basketball pri4 Margaret F. Oliver, lives at 971marily because, win or lose, Fisher road, Grosse Pointe,UH'y enjoy
it.
Mich.. arrived
in 
Korea Janu-ary 28 and
is
now assigned to
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Some bring along their chil- the First Cavalry Division.dren, the basketball players A
medical 
specialist
in 
Head-
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lflabbY Americans'?) of the fu- quarters Company of the
di- 
---------------------------- Lure. 1\l1's. Ivan
French,
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be-
vision's
7th Caval:-y, Oliver
en-
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lieves that it is. "good for ~hil- tered the Army
In
December
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dren to see their moth?,rs
111
a 1960 and completed basic train-
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role
0
the
l'
than wIfe and ing at Fort Riley, K~n,
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mother." warned. her young- The 20-ycar-old soldier is a
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,ste!'..' before the fIrst game of 1960 graduate of 
GrOSSE
Pointe
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the season. "Don't laugh at me High School.
If 
I Jail on the floor!"
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: The Flyerettes lost that one,
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33 to 29, but Mrs. French didn't PUNCTURED FLAT
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Jail, and her children didn't W. A. Morse of 465 Moran,
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laugh. They went home and notified Farms police on Sat-: spent the rest of the evening urday, February 10, that some-
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drawing pictUl'es of basketball one had broken into his garage
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courts, Now they want to play, and punctured the left front
I
too. wheel o
his 
car. He said that
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Mrs. Timothy Champine, who there were 15 punctures, ap-had a baby a little over six parenUy made by an ice pick,which were discovered by av,ieeks ago, is back on the team, gas station service man.and lVII's.James Law, whose sixchildren keep her fairly busyduring the day, s~enas onenight a week skiing in additionto dribbling baSKetballs at theClub.Mrs. Edward Monahan hasonly one child ("I've only beenmarried three years," she ex-plains a trifle apolegetically),but hopes
it
will
grow up to beathletic.Other team members include1\1rs. Paul Geist, Mrs. Peggy
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Moloney, Mrs. Nancy Gruen-,wald, Judy Mosley, Chris Geist,Alice Marshall, Nancy Schick and Alice O'Callahan. All arein their twenties and earlythirties.How de the Flyerette hus-bands feel about their wives'athletic endeavors? Accordingto thc women the men co-opel'ate whole heartedly. Most arequite sports-minded themselvesand. as one team member putIt.
"1
think they're glad to getus out of the house."Another team member ob-served that the basketball courtis a wonclerful place to work off aggressions. "instead of yellingat the kids. I yell at the othertcnll1.
:i~
all works out pretty
welL"
o
Thursday, February IS, 1962
Greal Decisions Proo-ralnToniO'l1t
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"Red China-Third Greatest are invited to visit or join oneP.(l\\"('r:."
will
be the topic for of the l1on-partisL1n discussion(l1scusslOn tonight, ThursclavFebruary 15..at 8 p.m.. when th~ groups. s t u d~' United StatesForeign porky Association _ policy in an informal atmos-Wor,l(~ AHails Center's "Great pherc, and submit an "opinionDeetslOns - 19(i2" discussion ballot" each week on a specificl.:rq~lpsmeet for the second time area of study.1n cthe Friend's Hoom
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