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Lansing State Journal Saturday, March 8, 1997 3B COPS AND COURTS Capitol Report State risks loss of welfare help Michigan well below Work-hour standards for two-parent families Associated Press -DETROIT Linda and Ibb Shakhan of Detroit are part of the reason Michigan risks losing about $33 million in federal welfare subsidies next year. The Detroit couple have three children and are on welfare, but both are working. Yet they don't meet new federal requirements that say one parent in a two-parent family must work or join in a work program at least 35 hours a week while on welfare. .., Linda Shakhan, 36, puts in about 25 hours a week cleaning buildings for a private company. Ibb Shakhan, 38, worked at a pizzeria but had to quit because heat from the ovens aggravated his high blood pressure, his wife said. ' At least 60 percent of Michigan welfare families must meet the work requirement this summer. The state otherwise will lose 5 percent of its next federal welfare grant, or about $33 million. ; v As of November, when the most recent numbers became available, Under the dome Here is a daily look at activities of the Legislature and state government. If you've got ideas for stories, call Chris Andrews at 377-1054 or Greg J Borowski at 377-1 157. the state wasn't even close to the federal target. "Our preliminary estimate was 5 percent of participants were working 35 hours. Even if the actual number is double that, it's still not very good," said Jim Tobin, Michigan Jobs Commission spokesman. "We don't disagree with the concept," Tobin said. The number of two-parent families on welfare is relatively small. As of January, 16,521 of Michigan's 155,558 households receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families payments had two parents. Whom to call or fax ' - Local legislators are your representatives to state government. Let them know how you .feel on issues of concern to you. Here's how to contact your local legislators: Rep. Laura Baird, D- Okemos: 373-1786 (office); 373-7297 (fax). Rep. Llngg Brewer, D-Holt: 373-1770 (office); 373-5753 (fax). Rep. Alan Cropsey, R- DeWitt: 373-1778 (office); 373-5780 (fax). Rep. Frank Fitzgerald, R-Grand Ledge: 373-0853 (office); 373-5943 (fax). Rep. Dan Gustafson, R-Williamston: 373-0587 (office); 373-5965 (fax). Rep. Clark Harder, D- Owosso: 373-0841 (office); 373-5746 (fax). Rep. Clyde LeTarte, R-Jackson: 373-1775 (office); 373-5242 (fax). Rep. Lynne Martinez, D-Lansing: 373-0826 (office); 373-5932 (fax). Rep. Judith Scranton, R-Brighton: 373-1784 (office); 373-6970 (fax). Sen. Dianne Byrum, D-Onondaga: 373-1734 (office);373-5397 (fax). Sen. Mike Rogers, R-Howell: 373-2420 (office); 373-2764 (fax). Sen. John Schwarz, R-Battle Creek: 373-3447 (office); 373-5849 (fax). You can write senators at RO. Box 30036, Lansing Ml 48909-7536. Send letters for representatives to P.O. Box 30014, Lansing Ml 48909-7514. Tires: Taxpayers may get hit for cleanup bill Continued FROM IB of his choice. The Lyonses have acted as their own legal counsel in the case. They could not be reached.for comment Friday. The tires have been accumulating since at least the late 1980s, said Nadine Deak, a state inspector in Allegan County, which is south of Grand Rapids along Lake Michigan. Haulers such as the Lyonses are paid by tire dealers and service sta- tions to take away old tires. Used tires can go to certain landfills or they can be cut up for other uses, such as fuel. In the case of the Allegan County tires, sitting unprotected outdoors, there are several risks. "They hold a great deal of water, and mosquitoes eat up water quite nicely," Deak said. "It's an excellent breeding ground. There are certain breeds that can carry" serious diseases. "There's also the potential for fire," she added. "Runoff from fire can cause ground-water contamination because tires contain a petroleum product." And any fire would likely close U.S. 131 for several days because the tires are near the highway, Deak said. Divers to search river for body Police continue to scope Grand River for Mason man last seen on Feb. 2 Lansing State Journal LANSING A dive team from the Ingham County Sheriffs Department will search the Grand River today for a 25-year-old Mason man missing since Feb. 2. A duffel bag belonging to Franklin Gottschalk was found on the river bank, between West Saginaw and Shiawassee streets, about the time he disappeared, said Ingham County Sheriff Detective Donna Townshend. On Friday, sheriffs officials used a Michigan State Police dog trained to find cadavers to search the river. "We wanted to come out with the dog to see if he could get an alert," said Detective Brian Valentine. "The dog wasn't available until today." Valentine said the dog, named Jack, indicated areas of the river that police should search further. Jack's handler, Kris McPhall of the state police Houghton Lake post, said the dog sometimes tries to jump in the water, put its head in it or whine when there is something suspicious. McPhall said the 6'2-year-old dog, was trained to find bodies in water and underground. Valentine said a dive team would continue the search today at 1 1 a.m. in the eight-foot deep river. East Lansing City offers reward: City officials will pay $2,500 to anyone with information leading to the arrest of the person or people who destroyed a 4-year-old sculpture, they said Friday. The "Seated Woman,'" a 600-pound concrete sculpture, was dis- Elayed on the sidewalk of the 500 lock of Grand River Avenue before it was destroyed in the early morning of Dec. 13, officials said. The reward is being offered by the East Lansing Downtown Development Authority, the city's Art Commission and Crime Stoppers. Anyone with information may call the East Lansing Police Department at 351-4220 or Crime Stoppers, 483-STOP. Holt Police pick up teens for firing gun: Ingham County sheriffs deputies picked up two teenagers Friday afternoon for shooting J 'i -x-.-r- . . h 1. GREG DeRUITERLansing State Journal Searching the river: Kris McPhall of the Houghton Lake post of the Michigan State Police, walks Jack, a dog trained to find cadavers, along the Grand River in Lansing Friday. State police wijl use Jack again today to search for a Mason man who has been missing since Feb. 2. . a stolen automatic weapon near Jacqueline and Davlind drives. Deputies said the gun was stolen from a house near the area a week ago. A Michigan State Police trooper was near the area and heard the gunshots, deputies said. He captured one boy as the other ran away into nearby woods. Sheriffs deputies then arrived and chased the second youth before catching him. Both were released to their parents. Delta Twp. Police seek man in stabbing: Eaton County sheriffs deputies are seeking a 30-year-old Delta Township man in an attempted homicide, deputies said. The man's estranged wife was stabbed Wednesday afternoon in her apartment, deputies said. A warrant for the man's arrest was issued Friday. The woman was stabbed twice, but the wounds were not life-threatening. Anyone with information may call Detective Dan Prueter at 372-8217. Lansing Woman's purse stolen: Police are looking for two Lansing women after another woman's purse was stolen Thursday afternoon. Officer Loren Glasscock said an 18-year-old Lansing woman was walking at Cedar Street and East Mt. Hope Road at 4:50 p.m. when a brown car with two women in it pulled up next to her. One woman began to yell as the other jumped out and grabbed the victim's purse, Glasscock said. The car then pulled away. The victim walked to Tom's Shop Rite at 102 E. Mt. Hope Ave., where she had been before the robbery, and reported the incident to a casn-ier. Police said the cashier told the victim she knew one of the accused. The woman lost a red purse and some money, Glasscock said, . Lansing Woman robbed' at gunpoint: A 20-year-old Lansing woman said two men, one with a gun, stole some jewelry and money from her near the Meijer parking lot on South Pennsylvania Avenue Thursday afternoon. Officer Loren Glasscock said, the woman had just pulled out of the parking lot but stopped to shut her trunk. When she got out, twp men came up from behind her The accused with the gun is described as a white male, 6 feet tall with a stocky build and brown hair. Police said he was wearing a sweatshirt and blue jeans. The other man is described as 5-feet-9 tall with a medium build and black hair. He was wearing a green, camouflage coat. Compiled by staff writers Faith Johnson and Louise Knott Weekend's Best Spring emerges for school fund-raiser Craft show's flowers, herbs, country theme to aid Williamston band By Zidana N. Bell Lansing State Journal WILLIAMSTON "Springtime in the Country" is the theme for today's craft show at Williamston Middle School. This is the fourth year for the event, a fund-raiser sponsored by the school's band boosters. Proceeds will pay for school tutors and a chance for students to attend summer camp. The event at the middle school, located at 3845 Vanneter Road, will feature more than 75 Williamston-area vendors. Items on display include silk and dry flower arrangements, cooking herbs and wooden creations. The show is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. The crafts appeal to people of all ages, the show's coordinator, Cindy Knechtges, said. "You'll see things you won't see in the store," said Knechtges. "The vendors use a lot of imagination with their products." Students will serve lunch and help with food services. Refreshments also will be available. The event is free. For more information, call 655-4728. Here's a list of other area events today: "Be Aware, Be Prepare and Be Safe" say area safety officials. The "Make It A Safe Day" at the Lansing Mall, 5330 W. Saginaw Highway, offers help with safety rules. The presentation is from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lansing-area groups promoting safety will give tips for keeping families safe at home, work or play. Sponsored by the Lansing Area Safety Council and the Michigan Association of Insurance Companies, the event includes information on personal, traffic, fire and severe weather safety. Local law enforcement officials will provide crime prevention tips. Special presentations are scheduled for the mall's center stage throughout the day. Exhibitors include the Michigan State Police, the National Weather Service and Safe Kids Coalition. The East Lansing Fire Department will present at 4 p.m. a song and dance on fire safety by Pumper and Pals, a fire safety program. Visitors can enter a drawing for prizes, such as gift certificates for Finley's or Rally's restaurants, a skating gift pack from Lansing Ice Arena, passes to Potter Park Zoo, and gift certificates to Taekwondo USA The event is free. For more information, call 321-3534. B Nostalgia is in the air tonight at the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts at Michigan State University. "The Battle of the Big Bands" will entertain with big band sounds from the '40s era. The event begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 to $22. For more information, call 432-2000. Young actors will perform the popular fable "Snow White" at Kinawa Middle School, 1900 Kinawa Drive, in Okemos. The All- of-Us Express Children's Theatre will do the honors for two showst 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. ' - Admission is $4. For more -information, call 332-4984. , I ' Ingham County Fairgrounds, 700 E. Ash Road, is the setting for the annual Gun Show in Mason from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.' " Free parking and refreshments are available. Admission: $4. . For more information, call-676-2428. The following is going on Sunday: Artistphotographer Mary Keithan will display photographic portraits of Michigan barns, at .the Michigan State University Museum, East Circle Drive, in East Lansing. "Barns Across Michigan" features 20 black-and-white photos from southeastern Michigan to the Upper Peninsula. Sponsors are the Michigan" State University Museum's Heritage Program and the Michigan Barn Preservation Network. The exhibit is free. For more information, call 355-2370. -:- 'ZT Vy r-J sMb o EMMfMJ sags ill I classifieds starting on pac classifieds starting on page I thes new ssifit ( Press 486-66 COMPUTER 8 meo J RAM, 210 HD, CD, sound, .. keyboard & mouse, $425. No monitor. Coll 694-2212. ACURA INTEGRA '91 5 sp all power, loaded, sunroof, spoiler, alarm. 86K ml., $6900. Ph. 333-6968 AIRLINE $750 of transfer- ' able Northwestern airline vouchers, use by 11197. $600. Call 332-1927. AMERICAN ESKIMO PUPS National grand champ slre-goergeous loving dam. UKC reg. Lovely-" loyal-healthy. 10 wks., . $225. 647-1803. ARCTIC CAT '95 Cougor ' 550, 2000 ml.. $3300. 1996 2 up Cougor, long track. $4500. 694-3288. ' ' AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD J female, excellent w chll- ' .'i dren, housebroken, great - dog to approved home nnly $60. -jl 7-589-5246. 'bERETTA 19SS for ports, 'ii tots of new parts, , ,. $500 or best offer. ' 393-4972. r ILAZER 1993 LT trim, " leather, maroon. OH pow-.' v er, 4 dr. 4WD, 27K ml, r $19.750. Call 337-4572. , 1MW 3311, '6 5 speed, sunroof, leather, alloys, absolute mint condition. , , Meticulously maintained. $7900. 323-7547. RONNEVIUJ SSI 1993 60K - ml., dark green, leather, new tires, loaded, $12;900 nfter mil 517-743-5190. .BOOKCASES (2) S open shelves, dark oak, excel- lent cond., (originally $2,000 from Ethort Allen), t- jx;, $650. 347-4143. BRAVADA, 1996 white, leather, tow pkO;, CD, remote starter, 16,000 ml, $23.900. 622-2959 BRONCO II XLT '89 White, auto., loaded, 90K ml, excellent condition. $7450. Ph. 675-7334. Don. BUICK '88 LeSobre 3800 V6, 2 dr. loaded, excellent. $4950 trade" 394-2657 BUICK SKYLARK 1990 4 dr., auto, 91,000 miles, good cond. $2800. Ph. 333-9112. CAMARO Z-2S 1995, t-tops, leather, auto, CD player, 6 yr.80,000 ml. ext. war-rantv. 818.750. 627-4253. CAMARO Z-28 1996 con-vertible, red, leather, alarm, loaded, 14K miles, $23 M0. Ph. 646-6250. CAMPINO MEMBERSHIP Over 500 private RV resorts coast to coast $4 night. Paid $3,695. Socrl-flce 8595. 1-800-236-0327 CAMRY 1988 DLX, 5 speed, pw, pL air, cruise, cassette, 160K, excellent. 82500. Ph. 347-489 1. V4 CARAT DIAMOND RINO Princess cut, $1000or best offer. Ph. 622-1994. CHAPEL HILLS 2 choice burial plots. $1300 each. Ph. 906-942-7780 leave message. CHEVY 1987 4x4 pickup, 350 V8, 4 speed manual, lockout hubs, no rust, 1 owner, maintenance records avail. Must see. $6000. Ph. 517-543-6107 CHEVY 1992 Ext. Cab, amfm stereo, auto, bed-liner, Reese hitch, 62,000 ml. i 14.500" 323-1 865. CHEVY 4x4 1996 ext. cab. riDergiass Topper, trlr., ext. warranty. $21.000. Coll 834-6110. CHEVY O-20 1995 conver. slon van. Pwplpower mirrors, rear heat & air, rear stereo, TVVCP, electric sofa bed. 19K ml. 819300. 517-627-7224 CHEVY $10 '93 ext. cab, like new, 37K. Tahoe, bed-liner, CD, towing, garaged, 5 speed. $10.500. 882-8752 CHEVY SILVERADO 1992 ext. cab, 2wd, loaded, excellent condition, 85k miles. $ll,995best. Coll Bob at 517-834-5296. CHEVY SPORTSIDI 1993 4lk, tilt, cruise, pi, pw. keyless entry, blk. w gray Interior. $12,000 or best. 487-8709 after 5pm. CHEVY SUBURBAN SILVERADO 1994 4x4, white, ?ray leather, no 3rd seat, 25K ml, mint condition, 817.000. Ph. 339-9451 CHEVY TAHOE 1995 32K miles, $24,000. Coll 337-9412 COCK-A-POO PUPPIES blonde males, shots, wormed. $150 cash. Call 517-236-7634. CORSICA 1914 Black cherry, V6, loaded, 35k ml.. $8500. 626-6254. CONTOUR 1995 GL. auto. air, low m.. $10,595. Al Serro Ford 393-1800. CORVETTE STINGRAY 197S 83,300 documented mi, numbers match, L-48 auto, T-tops, loaded, very good original, $95O0offer. Coll 351-7243. COUGAR IS 1987 V8, very good condition, lady owned & driven, $3000. Coll 543-8587. CUTLAS8 SUPREME SL '94, 4 or, black, leather, keyless entry, all power, 49K ml, ex-tra clean 811.750. 886-3584 DAIRY GOATS Alpine Yearling Doe with Doe kid at her side. $275 both. Call 517-645-2902. DEEP DALE 2 plots. Our Savior, also has marker, beautiful setting, original $2600. only $1495. 669-7115 ECLIPSE GST 199S turbo pwr sunroof. Infinity sound system, $14,900. Ph. 347-8947. ENTERTAINMENT CENTER by Pennsylvania House In Country Oak, excellent cond, (originally $4,000). 3 PC set, $1500. 347-4143. ESCORT '89 Excellent cond, $2900 or best offer. Ph. 517-224- 2902. ESCORT LX '89 tow mileage, good shape, dependable, $2300 or best offer. 882-2225. leave message. EVERYTHING from '87 Ford Tempo to toys, furniture, bikes, beds, knick-knacks, antiques. King size wa-terbed, swing-set. Up to w. yqii op-igy. EXECUTIVE SOLID OAK DESK 36x72, excellent, by Steelcase. List $2050, only $895. Call 669-7115. I-1S0 1994 4x4, XLT, shortbox, new tires, very sharp, 56K ml, $12,000. Coll 543-5463 offer 4pm '130 '93 less than 35K, $10,000. 1964 Chew Imoa- ta, needs some work. very good cond. 136K ml. 12500. Call 323-3636. DOBERMAN Certified red male Miniature. 9 months. $200 or best offer. Ph. 694-2349 DODGE RAM 1987 southern truck, VS, excellent condition, low miles, $4.200. Ph. 517-227-2020. $3000. FIREPROOF 4 DRAWER FILE CABINET legal size with lock, excellent, $600. Ph. 484-9869. , FLEETWOOD '93 52K miles, fwd, mahogany wood Interior, leather, extended warranty. $18.500. 882-4766. FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM '93 spotless! 29K miles, oil leather, extended war-rantv. 820.750. 882-4766. FORDF-150XLT'92 4x4, 5 spd, amfm stereo, loaded, great cond. 68K ml. $llJ00betoffer.47.W5 FORD RANGER 1996 XLT, 2 tone, auto, like new. $10,995. Al Serra Ford 393-1800. GEO TRACKER 1990 4 wheel drive, auto, convertible, 104k ml, $3400. Ph. 323-7177. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS 2 1st Century K-9 Service top qualify imports. (517) 521-3699 GERMAN SHORTHAIR PUPPIES females $150; males $100. 6 solid liver. Refer-ences. 517-541-8243. GMC '86 JIMMY full size, never plowed, runs good. i.uu. rn. py4-44oy. , , GMC JIMMY S-15 1992 SLE package. 4-dr, 4.3 vortec, 32K miles, 814.500best. 517-543-8398. GMC SAFARI SLT '93 ext. van, AWD, loaded, $13,500 Firm. Call 627-9858 or leave message. GMC SONOMA 1991 truck, runs & drives great, body damaged. $2,000 or best offer. 517-862-5834 GOLDEN RETRIEVER male, excellent with children, housebroken, great dog to approved home only. $60 Ph. 517-589-5246. GOODYEAR WRANGLER HTs (4) size P235-75-R15, $100 best. 4 Pathfinder ATRs, size 30-9.50-R15, $80 best. 484-6SBI. GRAND AM, 1987 4 cyl, 1 owner, runs great, excellent cond. Insideout. 88K ml, 83200. 374-1128 GRAND AM SE 1990 black, loaded, new tires, must sell, $4,800 or best offer. 517-862-5127. GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 1993 White, 4 WD, V8, tow pkg, many extras. 67k mi. 51500. 347-0431. GRAND PRIX SE '92 loaded, clean, non-smoker, must see. $8,750 w ext. warranty. 517-851-4214. HUSKY male, 2 years, black & silver, neutered, house trained. Very friendly & playful, $100best. Ph. 393-4495. JAYCO 1993 351 with slide-out, air, awning, microwave, refrigerator, stereo, etc. $10.500 Call 626-6385. LAB PUPPIES AKC, all col ors, champion bloodlines,, hip & health guaranteed. $325-8450, t517)661-7883. LI BARON 1989 2 dr. coupe, auto, air, new tiresbrakes etc, excellent cond. $3700. Coll 482-8446. U BARON CONV. TURBO 1984 engine, drive train and upper body good. $1500offer. 351-7243. LINCOLN MARK VII 1987 125,000k, excellent condition & maintenance, 28 mpg. 83950. 517-593-2547. MARQUIS BROUGHAM 1984 Pretty good shape. V6, only 72k ml, loaded, 81500-best. Ph. 337-7246. MERCEDES, 1986 190. 2.3, auto, fully loaded, 150 hwy mileage, new brakes, runs very good. 84200. 371-3591 MERCURY '92 Cougar XR-7, loaded, nice, $7995. Al Serro Ford 393-1800. MERCURY SABLE 1993 excellent condition, leather Interior, loaded, 77K ml. sio.yqo. ion e-yjii. MERCURY VILLAGER GS, 93 Fully equipped, exceptionally clean, $12,100. 349-7665 MERCURY VILLAGER '95 GS, loaded, tow ml. nice, 2 to choose, from $14,595. Al Serra Ford 393-1800. NOMAD 1996 32', power slide-out, central air, awning, solid oak Interior, mint condition, used only twice. $17,O00otfer. 484-6335 days. 886-5619 eves. OFFICE TELEPHONE SYSTEM 8 lines, 20 stations . Complete set up. 81500. 2-black metal office desks, $50-eoch. Cash drawer for computer. $75. 663-6313. OLDS 1993 88 Royale, load-, ed. Special $9995. Al Serro Ford 393-1800. PITNEY BOWES 3600 POSTAGE MACHINE $500-best. 2 steel office desks, $100 ea. Ph. 393-9503. PLYMOUTH VOYAGER 1991 4 cyl. auto, olr, 7 pass, garaged & pam-pered. $6500" 487-1918. POODLES AKC toys 8, tiny toys, home raised, paper trained, top pet quality, S350-$600. 616779-3674. POODLES beautiful, AKC miniature & toys. Quality champion lines. Black, cream & silver, guaran-teed. $350 517-521-4563. PORSCHE 1990 911-2 COUPE loaded, 33K ml, $34.000. 886-974?. PRELUDE 1986 auto, great cond, 2 dr., must see. $3100. Coll 669-8063 for oppt. SOFA $175. Full size bed frame, spring 8 mattress, $45. 2 lamp tables $10 4. $25. Kitchen chair,' $15. Typewriter & table) $30 6 15. ION 483-UttJ. SUBURBAN LS 1993 excellent condition; lood-ed. $24.950. 517-772-2582. SUNBIRD 1993 2 dr.. V6, auto, air, loaded, 46K ml, very good cond. $750eof-fer. 517-857-2890. message REGAL GRAND SPORT '91 TUrRUtSllt1T''l.3 '!!& Excellent condition, toad- a "' I'V- c.ruJ"?!.J"SP ed i?w mL $8195-6e,t. sioon'SOl Ph. (517) 394-0340. ..,.r .,.. TAURUS IX 1993 fully ROTTWEILER PUPS no po- oa(Jed keyless entry, pers, parents on site, shots arm system, excellent 676317'0 cond.. $6400. Call 337-4847. SATURN 1994 SCI TAURUS LX WAGON 1989 Like new, 24,000 miles, Ig. family car, excellent. $10,800 or best offer. Ph. loaded, shiny 8, xleanl 393-6769. Asking $3.500. 669-1119. SCHNAUZERS Mini, AKC, TAURUS SABLE WAO- quolrry puppies, excellent ONS '95's, loaded, low temperament. $400. fnl, 3 to choose, from Ph. 517-423-6159. 1800 Serra Ford 393- SEDAN DEVILU 1990 , TOYOTA 4-RUNNER ''89 1 owner, excellent main- Auto, hitch, good depend-tenance history, hwy. mi, able 4 WD truck, $6500. Ph. 87495. 517-646-8527. 641-6947. SEVILLE STS '92 loaded, p. sunroof, CD, leather, iozk mi, iz,youoe5T. 321-4993. 242-4410. SHELTIE FEMALE 10 mos. old, all shots, tags & wormed, $400 or trade for COT. Ph. 663-1329 SHELTIE PUPS AKC, In time for Easter. Shots, wormed, potty trained started, 10, 9. & 7 wks. $25O-$350. Call 517-647-7435 leave msg. TURBO DIESEL ENGINE 1994 6.5L, long block, runs, has hole In 1 piston, low miles, $550 best offer. 517-569-2846. WEDDING DRESS w.'deto-chable train & veil,- fur coat & evening dresses. 830-8150OTrer. 484-5107. Z3 1996 Silver wred leather, 5 spd, CD changer, nonsmoker, 3800 mi, $29JO0. Coll 339-3912.

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