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All Romulus Township police personnel have received first aid training. Kline, candidate for election to the position of City Treasurer, opened his official campaign with an invitation talk to the student body and faculty members of Romulus Junior High School last Thursday.

The talk given was geared for the Michigan History and Civics classes of Mis. Justena Kavanaugh and Thomas Colarossi. Kline gave his projected plans and programs for the running of his campaign as an independent candidate, and his thoughts and views on the major issues that confront Romulus in the accepting of the new city charter and in the candidates themselves.

Folksinger Odetta will share the program which is designed as a call to action for local observance of National Earth Week. Lioness Sally has invited Lion Neil Terwilliger, local mortician, to be the guest speaker of the evening. Any Lion wife and her guest will be welcomed on Thursday April 16, at 7: Education has been one of his chief concerns. The major questions raised by the student body were that of city charter and of the benefits that might be derived from it.

Kline had explained to the students that the system of township is good for agricultural areas but not for industrial complexes such as is now in evidence in Romulus. To further aid his campaign program, Kline later served coffee at his home, which now serves as his headquarters. Some fifteen people attended to discuss the city charter and to meet the candidate. The coffee servings will be held every Thursday evening at 8 p. Odetta, a friend of Udall, will sing songs especially selected to launch the week.

April 8 at Harrison Elementary School. Dickinson, an area resident and mother of two C. Robert Knight, reported that a business meeting was not held. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Farver, husband of the former Miss Sue M. Bechtel of Denton Rd. Call now for details. Broad protection at low rates. Speckli jfutai 2 Mmi!

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In a recent representative assembly, the ME A requested I Deal MEA chapters to assume direction of the constitutional amendment drive in their respective school districts.

Roland Wolfe, president of the Van Buren Education Association, has been appointed local school district chairman. He announced last week the appointment of area chairmen. Dale Wojie, Elwell Elementary School. Rawsonville Elementary School; Mrs. Mary Innes, Sumpter Elementary School: West Willow Elementary School; Mrs.

Deadline for filing the petitions is May 28, Wolfe reported. Distribution of these funds have not as yet been made. State lawmakers are checking means to carry it out by studying various tax raising methods. Backers of the campaign state that the state constitution prohibits expenditure of public funds for private schools, but some legislators have found means to do so and won legislative approval. The petition seeks to amend the state constitution is as follows: Article 8, Section 2. No payment, credit, tax benefit, exemption or deductions, tuition voucher, subsidy, grant or loan of public monies or property shall be provided, directly or indirectly, to support the attendance of any student or the employment of any person at any such nonpublic school or at any location or institution where instruction is offered in whole or in part to such nonpublic school students.

The legislature may provide for the transportation of students to and from any school. Many problems were expressed in that article, but not as many as should have been mentioned. Many people have expressed concern over some of our school problems. We think that those problems mentioned were important, but have you people forgotten our bout with the SDS being allowed to lecture our young people? Please read the following article carefully and evaluate it yourself.

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By encouraging government extravagance, destroy its credit, produce fear of inflation with rising prices and general discontent. Foment unnecessary strikes in vital industries, encourage civil disorders, and foster a lenient and soft attitude on the part of the government toward such disorders.

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They have been published from time to time and laughed at as inventions or something that alarmists found looking under their beds. The past cannot be undone, but it should be examined in the light of the present and to euide us in cliarii. It is up to every citizen to ponder the rules and to decide whether the time has come to exercise vigilance and restraint, or whether we approve the sh.

Graffith Judging Team consisting of the following: The team placed 16th ot 38 counties. In individual placings Keith Kentala placed second of contestants, as a result he will receive a special Judging Belt Buckle and a trip to Chicago in September. Sponsors and patrons are needed to insure that all the boys interested in playing ball will have a team sponsor and necessary equipment. Sponsorship Chairman, or by calling Helen Kropat a t Mary' McKee, preparer of income tax returns, was sentenced last Wednesday, by U.

McKee stood silent as Judge Thornton remanded her to the custody of the U. Attorney General for a poriod of three years. After a three month period, during which she will undergo psychiatric testing, a final determination will be made as to where she will sene the remainder of her sentence.

Judge Thornton warned Mrs. McKee that if she engaged in any further illegal activities he would have her bond cancelled. McKee, operator of M. Ypsilanti, was convicted in January. During the trial former clients charged that Mrs. McKee claimed income tax exemptions for.

A total of 49 witnesses testified in the jury trial that lasted six days. Attorney Larry Keenan, reported. The Government contends that as a result of examining income tax returns prepared by Mrs. Got Troubles in the Kitchen? Union 76 - with all of its high-scoring car-care products. Fiatrock River Street 76 Service 41 E. Ypsilanti Forbes 76 Service S. Thy proposed City Charter, expected to be formally signed by Governor M i 1 1 i k e n in Lansing tomorrow, calls for a strong mayor type of government with clerk, treasurer and seven council members.

Backgrounds on candidates will be published as soon as the information is available. He resides at Wabash, with his wife. Sylvia, and their four children: He is a graduate of Romulus High , and Electronic Institute, His employment is design and development of computers and banking machines. He served in the Army from to In answering why he seeks the office, Dubisky said: I believe in helping kids in every way to keep them from running the streets. I also believe that anyone who is in office or works for the city should try to help a homeowner in every way and not give them the run around.

He lives at California and is a member of the present Charter Commission. He graduated from college in with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.

He is a Jaycee and was past president and secretary as well as State Jaycee preside rrt and recipient of many Jaycee awards. Milton Council because of my activily in community affairs and college background. A city will have more to say about the Metro Airport, Dick stated. He said that a city would cost more to run initially but over the long run, cost to taxpayers will be less.

He resides at Wayne Rd. Mi t ton is a registered architect and designer with T. Jahr Associates, architects and engineers. He attended both Romulus grade and high schools, Eastern Michigan University and University of Michigan where he received his Bachelor of Architecture degree.

He served in the Army Corps of Engineers In seeking the office of councilman, Mitton said: The adoption of the City Charter will present an opportunity for more people to participate than have in the past.

Also it is important that the voters elect progressive independently thinking peoplb to the city government. Vi of the N. The troop committee had sold tickets with half going into the troop treasury and the rerruinder going as prize money.

On April 6, at 7: The troop congratulated McGee and thanked the other unselfish individuals who had purchased tickets in order to promote the financial stability of another Boy Scout Troop. At the beginning in December, , all the fathers had either donated or loaned money to the troop to begin its operations.

At that time the scoutmaster had declared that nothing over three dollars was to be donated, but rather loaned to the troop for an indefinite period of time until more secure financing could be secured. A bugle has been secured. Added to the above success of the ticket sale, the ranks of Troop has also increased beyond the hopes of all concerned. The Troop began with seven boys and now has grown to a record number of nineteen boys.

Scoutmaster Kline has again closed the troop to any further recruitment and has begun a waiting list for any boy desiring to enter Troop for the future.

I 11 coordination with the month of April as Fund Raising Month. Kline has initiated phase two of the operation, in that of having the scouts sell from house to house, items for every housewife and home ranging in price from one dollar to one-and-a-half dollars.

In this operation all the boys, the adult leaders, assistant Scoutmaster Larry Cooper, and some of the fathers, Glenn Mullins in particular have been involved every Saturday. This sale shall continue until the first of May. This will now enable the troop to purchase the tents, cooking utensils, shovels, canteens, packs and frames that they need.

It shall further enable the troop to pay part of the Summer Camp expenses of the boys involved, which otherwise would not have been able to occur. Of the 35 million people CARE is helping to feed in , almost 26 million are children who are fed regularly in preschool and baby centers, primary schools, hospitals and other institutions.

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Meeting adjourned at 9: Roll call showed Messrs. Morris and Hoffer absent. Letter dated March 2, , from Judge George N. Motion by Budd, supported by Draper, that board support program of drug education.

Draper agreed to address Hayti PTA. Motion by Draper, supported by Budd, that minutes of February 9th and 23rd meetings be approved as presented.

Hoffer entered meeting at 7: Motion by Draper, supported by Lovette, that the following bills be paid: Discussion of memo received from high school secretary, Barbara King, asking exception to contract ruling of working only six months during pregnancy.

Motion by Draper, supported by Hoffer, that board grant Mrs. Kings request to continue past six-month period providing she is willing to work until end of school year.

Assistant Superintendent reported contact has been made with negotiating attorneys who represent school district. Report of break-in at Special Services. Also, break in at Cory. Discussion of preventive measures. Report on bus loans to be retired this school year and in August and September of next school year; recommended purchases of new r buses.

Motion by Lovette, supported by Budd, that action o i ail bus bids, including Var, be postponed until next meeting. Bus Rider count reviewed. A member raised question of article appearing in latest issue of High School Paper.

Administration was directed to contact Journalism Department asking that a retraction be printed; further suggesting in the future facts be more closely checked. Discussion of new zoning map approved by Township which includes a trailer park and multiple dwellings. The board convened in Executive Session at 9: The board reconvened in general session at Motion by Draper, supported by Hoffer, that meeting be adjourned.

The meeting adjourned at Roll call showed Mr. The board discussed cut-back possibilities the school district would be forced to make if the nine 9 mill renewal is not approved by voters on April 6th, as follows: Elimination of elementary art, general music, physical education, and portion of instrumental music program.

Elimination of trainable program. Both Junior and Senior High Schools on 5-period days. Elimination of Hot Lunch programs. Elimination of field trips. Elimination of freshman athletics. Elimination of Conference Expenses. Elimination of expenditures for library books and periodicals. Reduction by 50'2 of expenditure for textbooks, teaching supplies, office supplies, audio visual materials. Limiting transportation of public and parochial school students.

Reduction in number of custodial positions. Draper entered meeting at 9: Board also discussed additional expenditure involved in staffing and maintaining Merriman Elementary School should it be opened for students in the fall. The advisability of not opening this facility discussed at length. It was agreed this would be a possible means of budget control.

Following items were also discussed: Board of Education was informed of awards received by Junior High Band at district festival. Board convened in Executive Session at Board reconvened in special session at Motion by Oakley, supported by Lovette.

Roll call showed all members present; also messrs. McConeghy, Jakad and Janack. Letter dated March 20, i, from Mrs. Juanita Garland requesting letter from board to obtain gun permit. Request taken under advisement.

Situation to be reviewed and recommenda- tions made. Theora Cass and Mrs. Beverly Me Anally addressed board and reviewed accomplish- ments of past year — which arc directly attributable to community cooperation and community participation.

Survey results indicate community is desirous of participating in continuing education activities on community college level. McAnally spoke regarding the continuing education program. McAnally and commended them on outstanding job done and service rendered.

Motion by Budd, supported by Oakley, that entire program as presented be supported by Board of Education. Motion by Draper, supported by Hoffer, that Mr. Weid be offered a contract for school year. Request for Maternity Leave for the school year received. Motion by Oakley, supported by Budd. Hauke Sahrakar be granted maternity leave for school year. As requested by board, the Suspension Policy at High School was reviewed. No child is suspended without being taken home — either by principal, assistant principal, attendance officer or custodian.

Suspension would be for major rule infraction. For non-serious offender; suspension begins next day, and a contact is made with home. Only time a child would walk home during day would be if he or she left school of their own accord and without permission, after having been disciplined. Guidelines for administration of May Cole Fund received. Motion by Draper, supported by Canejo, that board accept rccommenda- tionsofeommitee regarding the administration of May Cole Memorial Fund.

Contact has been made with school attorney who stated that there is nothing wrong with offering rewards for information leading to arrest and conviction of those vandalizing schools. Action deferred pending written opinion from attorney. Item of Information Superintendent of Schools reported on receipt of letter offenne art for display in new board of education building, pictures and art objects to be loaned with various classes and community groups.

Deferred to next agenda. Bid on small van: This year his business has not been solicited Discussion of status of School Aid Bill Board convened in Executive Session at 9: Board reconvened in general session at Meeting adjourned at Perry, member of the Charter Commission and a candidate for mayor in the May 7 Charter Election, has announced that he will hold a meeting on the proposed City Charter tonight, Wednesday, at 7: Perry stated that he will discuss various phases of the proposed charter with particular emphasis on Chapter 11 -Taxation.

He will explain hi detail what the increase in tax levy to homeowners will be and what additional services and improvements will ensue. The proposed charter set up a millage limitation of 10 mills for operation.

He stated that currently the township assesses a total tax mill of This includes four mills for sewer and three mills for water debt retirement. Perry, is the first candidate, so far, to hold. Trustee James Stewart motioned for the traffic control program at the intersection. He was supported by Trustee Ellis T. In another m otion, submitted by Pennington and supported by Township Treasurer Joseph Wallis, the road commission will be asked to make a study to determine whether or not to remove the yield sign at Shook Rd.

Myrne Howe, lust grade teacher. Roxann, and Sherry Younts. Rexella, beginning on Sunday. On Saturday night, April 10, the program will shift to Hill Auditorium and the final meeting of the Crusade will be Sunday afternoon at 3 p. All program will be nightly at 7: The programs on Saturday and Sunday will also feature outstanding trumpeteer Chuck Ohman and vocal male soloist Glenn Jorian.

Jack Van Impe had an unusual beginning in life, since his father was a night club entertainer. Jack was able to read music at the age of four. He started accordian lessons at five and played in clubs by the time he was ' ight. His wife Rexella is an accomplished pianist and outstanding vocalist. They have preached in most of the states and their travels have taken them into thirty one foreign countries.

Van Impe with the Doctor of Divinity Degree. T he public is cordially invited to attend. Moose Lodge Notes by Gaorga W. Donations were collected ip canisters from 8 a. A three-man team worked on one-hour shift.

The ritualistic work will be put on Belleville Ritual Team. We are very proud of the team for coming in fourth as this was their first time on the floor in competition. A dinner will be served by the Women of the Moose from 5 to 7: Also on Saturday there will be Installation of Officers.

The following are to be installed: Junior Past Governor, George Manley: A banquet was held at the Moose Home for the mixed pool league. All present had a wonderful dinner and enjoyed the evening. Wednesday, there will be an officers meeting at the Moose Home at 7 p.

Our congratulations to Brother James Holland on the new baby at his house. Also congratulations to his wife. In the hospital recently have been: Perry has resigned as the township representative to the 34th District Court Control Unit. His resignation was accepted by the township board. They are Belleville and the townships of Huron, Romulus.

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There may be code deficiencies in your structure which must be corrected if your home is to remain. I strongly urge that you come into the office and discuss your plans with us because you may be eligible for a rehabilitation loan or outright grant under the urban renewal program.

Homeowners not in the urban renewal area should check with the township building department. Home modernization is big business today, and the market is packed with sharpie operators who feed on the poor homeowner. They come to your door with a smooth line about how they can improve the looks, convenience, or value of your home, telling you how easily you can afford it.

There are some don'ts yo i should observe as well: Get someone you trust and who is qualified, such as a lawyer, to explain anything you question. Sinclair, 20, son of Mr. Sinclair, Union St. He attended as chairman of the transportation, industrial and commercial development committee of the Board of Commissioners. Van Buren and Sumpter townships.

Verdi of 79 Henry St. Verdi is a junior at Belleville High School. Make it a If you're a home owner, here's what "our family" can do for your family: Federal-state revenue sharing, and extension of the Federal highway trust fund beyond its scheduled expiration to Full t-ply WhitrwaJK should contact the manager, or assistant manager of the team. Stallworth, 21, son of Mrs. River Rouge was assigned as a heavy equipment operator with the th Engineer Group in Vietnam.

His wife, Deborah, lives at Sumpter Rd. Th ousands of Colors and Styles to satisfy even the most discriminating shopper. He noted that at least 3, moving violations are issued daily by police.

Recent studies have shown that 33 out of each suspended and 68 out of each revoked drivers can be expected to drive while they are under suspension or revocation. The motion was made by Trustee Ellis T. Pennington and was supported by Trustee James Stewart.

Perry and Township Supervisor Roderick E. Smith voting against the motion. Those scheduled to debate the merits of the City Charter will be Felix F. Hayti PTA, with a membership of more than , has been active in providing school and community information to the residents of the area through their newsletter, published monthly.

The City Charter meeting will give residents the opportunity to hear the issue discussed by opponents and proponents of the plan. Other business to be transacted will be action on the proposed by-laws, which have been revised in keeping with PTA policy that by-iaws be updated every three to five years. Michigan State University specialists say that charges depend on distance beekeepers must transport hives, difficulty of hive placement, time of year and number of times hives are moved from field to field.

Shunck was given special recognition by the State Board of Education for his educational leadership in the field of special education. State Board of Education President Peter Oppewall presented the award at the March 14 meeting, which acknowledged the leadership role the Wayne County Intermediate School District has played in the development of special education services for children in Wayne County.

Piper, son of Mr. Piper of Elwell Rd. Superintendent Schunck and his Board of Education recognized education on a broad philosophical basis and therefore committed themselves to the administration of programs for severely retarded children in contract with the Michigan Department of Mental Health.

The Day Training Programs have grown in scope and sophistication since Superintendent Shunck assumed responsibility on Nov. Superintendent Shunck and his staff have been able to provide these services to exceptional children in Wayne County by developing an effective cooperative plan including all districts within Wayne County. Sunday Morning 11 a. Sunday Evening 7 p. Monday thru Saturday 7: The Bonanni sisters took part in this two-day affair winning first place trophies in their solo division.

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