The Daily Telegram from Adrian, Michigan on February 7, 1976 · 2
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The Daily Telegram from Adrian, Michigan · 2

Adrian, Michigan
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Saturday, February 7, 1976
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Madison School District 5 The Doi’r w 7 76 Honor Roll Released Siucfeots on the honor roll in the Madison School Diotnct hove been announced Those maintaining an all A average include: Cheryl Foier Bruce Goasman David Tiede eighth grade) Darcy Hall Deinna Negrete (ninth grade) Ron Mowat Tim Packard Dennis Tiede Ha) Wright tilth grade) and KayTene Filer Angie Guerrero Jaoe Hamden Julie June Barb King and Doug Zubke (12th grade) Other students on the honor roll are: Grade Kenneth Adams Mike Barnwell Ronda Baughey Wayne Davis Jr Gary Grimes Keith Holloway Jody Luckett Karen Mitchell Teresa Mullins Roxanne Pigg Angel Shultz Bob Southward Janet Stewart Laurie Tiede Dianna Tiede George Van coppenolle 7t Grade Joe Adams Judith Boldt Ted Brendel Steve Burkett JefT Ferrall Colleen Gossmin Angela Graham Robin Hall Kevin Kern Scott Lewis Margie Mepham Ellen Nichols Dana Orick Marilyn Pere2 Robin Randolph Tim Schoonover Kevin Scroggie Beth Smith Melissa Solmonson David Southward Edward Steiner Chris Tucker Gina Webster Brent Wright 1th Grade John Brown Andrew Dinius Scott Evans Teresa Fox Kerri Hall Kathy Howell D rid Jimenez Doo Kintner Gordon McKinney Jamie Morris Cathy Nofzinger Ben Perez Karen Skinner Darlene Stidham Rose Williams Curtis Zubke 9th Grade Becky Abies Yvonne Avery Susan Racus Tina Bissett Steve Black Erin Bracey Weather By The Associated Press Southeastern Lower Michigan: Today partly cloudy becoming cloudy this afternoon High near mid to upper 20s Tonight cloudy windy and warmer with chance of light snow Low near 20 Sunday mostly cloudy with chance of snow showers High lower Ms Winds westerly 10 to 20 mph today becoming south to southwest IS to 25 mph this afternoon and tonight then shifting to northwest on Sunday Probability of snow: 30 per cent tonight 30 per cent Sunday LOCAL WEATHER For the period ending at midnight weather instruments in Adrian registered the following readings : Maximum 25 minimum 12 Precipitation: trace Low since midnight: 5 Temperature at 8 am: a High a year ago: 33 Low a year ago: 1" To Discuss Bilingual Act The Human Relations Commission has clarified a statement regarding the Bilingual Education Act made Wednesday at its regular monthly meeting Chairman William Winch said Friday that the commission intends to discuss with the Adrian school board the implications of the Act which calls for bilingual education in school districts with substantial minority student population Rev Winch said be will be reviewing the law with appropriate members of the school board JC’s To Meet CLINTON — Clinton Jaycees and Auxiliary will host a District 27 meeting of officers Feb 10 at the Smith-Kimball Community Center at 7:30 plm Meeting Set CLINTON — The Assembly Of God Women’s Missionary Council will meet Feb 10 at the home of Mary Graves at 7 pm Members are to bring a valentine to send Rapid Reading Off ered At Adrian The average American family subscribes to two newspapers at least uuc national newsweekly specialized magazines nd journals relating to occupational and scholarly interests children’s publications and an occasional free issue of any number of interesting periodicals On top of that weighty stack lie novels ’nobby books comic books and school books Almost everyone owns a library card with its magical power to attract one to stacks and stacks of appealing books and novels on every subject imaginable Who has time to read them ail? Adrian College can help you dig deeper into your collection of reading material starting Feb 12 with the continuing education course “Rapid Reading” Designed to improve reading rate and comprehension as well as other reading-related skills “Rapid Reading” taught by Sam Ewing will provide the means for digesting more and Robin Bradish Robert Brown Paul Datey Tina Elizardo Elva Garcia David Graham Tim Grccnwald Kathy Hill Mark Lennard Barbara Lewis Dawn Loveland Melody Luckett Gerri McKinney Danny Puttam David Regalado Debra Skinner Tammy Smith Ktt Solmonson Stephen Southward Robert Tindall Margaret Taylor IMS Grade Denise Baughey Terry Bowen Becky Braekney Marvin Cox Alan Faler Area Hospital Bixby DISCHARGED Feb l97t Dayton C Vealey 4200 Ray Mar Court Ousted Mrs Zelma Crane 714 Riverside Terrace Apt Paul Divert 1240 Odgeo St Jasper Lonnie D Lash 417Vj Seelev St Mrs Ramero Perez 601 East Michigan St Mrs Herald Hendricks 803 Weat Beach Drive Brooklyn Lee Roy Smith Route 1 Larry Sanford 371 Allen Trailer Court Clinton MiM Carol Ann Sack 623 East Front St LeRoy Reed 423 Toledo St Mrs Vernon Gartee 2407 Occidental Hwry Mrs Venita Elliott 97 Morocco Rd Temperance Miss Annie Clarke 640 Dennis St Mrs Kenneth Baker and infant son Mike 218 West Main Addison Todd 2 son of Mr and Mrs Keith Herriman 1253 West Horton Rd Jasper L Dean Houser Route 3 Hudson Mrs Hugh Gardner 317 Dewey Lake Rd Brooklyn Mrs Lyle Blohm 220 East Beecher St Maurice Denecker Route 1 Riga Mrs Fayette Wood Route 4 Mrs James Porter 3247 Meyers Hwy Palmyra Henry Studnicka 211 Gasner St Blissfield Crystle six months daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Robinson 611 Division St Thomas Lee Smith 11233 Forrister Rd Clayton Mrs Theo Poling 9731 Onsted Hwy Onsted Mrs Ruth George 650 W Adrian St Blissfield Aaron Douglas ll months son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Sell 441 Dennis St Robert Daniel 8 months son of Debra Allen RR 3 Lenora Fain 7137 US 223 Adrian Carl Pribyl 15290 Laplaisance Rd Monroe Kristopher 4 son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Sheldon 965 Catnn Ave Adrian Mrs Clarence Kruger 405 Madison St Mrs Raymond Giberson 4012 Summit St Weston BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Juan Espinoza 2107 Celler Dr Adrian a son Mr and Mrs Michael Gove 115 Marshall St Brooklyn a daughter Mr and Mrs Gary Jackson 5283 Noland Dr Tecumseh a daughter Mr and Mrs Ronald Tiede 728 S Union St Tecumseh a son Herrick Admitted Feb 6 Wendy Cooley Dundee Rose Co veil Tecumseh William DePuy Tecumseh Rolan Kirkendall Tipton Arthur Lewis Britton Andrew Watson Adrian Beverely Weirich Tecumseh Discharged Feb t Diane Acheson Adrian Susan Morgan Clinton Charles Trickey Tecumseh Jacolyn VanCamp Tecumseh Merritt Wattles Onsted more of the printed media during the six-week course The class will meet from 7 to 8:30 pm each Thursday through April 15 All interested area residents of high school age or older are encouraged to register "This is the fourth time the class has been taught” said Adrian’s dean of continuing education Dr Janice Hoffer “and it has gained in popularity immensely More and more individuals are taking advantage of the oportunity to bolster reading speed and comprehension The course is helpful to anyone who reads and would like to read more effectively Professionals students Agatha Christie enthusiasts — all testify to improved reading skills On the average students have augmented rate and comprehension 150-200 per cent as a result of the course Sam Ewing an Adrian resident and member of tbe Adrian school system has adapted the course from one designed fo- Metronnlitan Randy Holt Lawrence Kjlhoum Becky Morris John Mueller Chris O’Connor Karen Tate Karren Warren June Zubke ink Grade Carren Bacus Kathy Baker Judy Baughey Pam Bowen Bridgett Bradley Joey CabeUo Ann Cox Luaan Cuw Jackie Elledge Barb Gorton Diane Green Carla Greec-waid Sue Ellen Grimes Brenda House Trisha Jackson Richard Judy Francis Lewis Gary McKinney Rex Mowat Rita Thorn Discharged Feb 4 Mahle Sager Morenci Roselene Furgus Prattville Erick Hanning Hudson Admitted Feb 5 Erick Towers Hudson Zarrose Taylor Osaeo Sheryl Frantz Hudson Dorothy Schmitt Osseo Morenci Discharged Feb 5 Mary Bachman Fayette Mrs Roy Gleckler Lyons Mrs Juan Maldornado Lyons Pamela Bittinger Fayette State Briefs Making The Suit Fit DETROIT (AP) — A battle of the bulges is shaping up in Wayne County Circuit Court and there’s a fat chance a reducing firm is going to get trimmed The fat fight became legal diet when Weight Watchers of Eastern Michigan Inc filed suit against Eat Right And Slim Easily Inc (ERASE) claiming the splinter group is stealing members with unfair business tactics ERASE is a Detroit-based company formed last month by former employes of Weight Watchers In the past few weeks ERASE President Bernadette Story says she has been able skim 1000 members and 35 instructors from Weight Watchers’ ranks Weight Watchers is an international group that sells local franchises Brake Failure Potential DETROIT ( AP) — American Motors Corp said Friday it is recalling 3134 Matadors to find about 100 which may have a defect causing a loss of brakes during emergency stupe A company spokesman said the problem could occur in 1974 and 1975 models if a driver attempts a “panic stop” by stepping hard on the pedal AMC said about 3 per cent of the Matadors produced between Aug 28 and Sept 13 1974 at the Kenosha Wis assembly plant may contain power brake boosters that could “separate during application of high pedal force resulting in a loss of brakes” Hie company said one failure was reported in the field but there were no injuries or property damage AMC said inspection of the affected cars and a parts replacement if necessary will be made by dealers at no cost to the owners PSC Deliberates Rates LANSING Mich (AP) —The state Public Service Commission is expected to decide Monday whether to levy more than 5200 million in higher rates on customers of Michigan Bell Telephone Detroit Edison and Consumers Power The three requests for interim rate relief are part of a total 5384 million in permanent rate increases on which the commission must rule within several months Altogether the rate requests affect three million Bell customers 12 million Edison customers and 16 million Consumers electric customers In the interim requests Michigan Bell has sought 60 million Edison has sought $708 million and Consumers has sought $72 million Interim rate relief is granted by the PSC to companies who need immediate revenues to keep financially solid until the PSC can grant a permanent increase Suspect Assigned To Court DETROIT (AP) — Carl Maywealher Jr under investigation for a series of rape-murders was bound over to Wavne County Circuit Court on Friday for trial in a Jan 29 rape and armed robbery in the suburb of River Rouge Mayweather waived examination on the three rape counts and one armed robbery count Detroit Police say Mayweather who stands 6 feet 6 and weighs 235 pounds is under investigation in the "Big Foot" siayings of several prostitutes “Big Foot” reflects descriptions given by rape victims of an assailant with unusually big hands and feet Police say Mayweather was “actually caught in the act” in the Jan 29 rape in River Rouge He also faces separate charges in an incident involving a different woman in Detroit Examination on the charges are scheduled for Monday Detroit and has participated in speed reading clinics at Michigan Stale University and Ohio University He has had vast experience in college teaching and formerly taught for well-known reading specialists in the Evelyn Wood program He received his MS from Ohio University at Athens A favorite professor of a well-received course Ewing "handles the subject matter dearly and enuiuausaucaiiy offering aid to each individual in the quest for better reading skills" according to Dr Hoffer The Adrian dean recently paid for her son to enroll in the course preceding his freshman year in college “Time is of the essence for everyone today” she said “and time spent in the course is replenished twice over in the amount of literature one can read and understand It was the best gift I could hive given my son He increased his reading rate 225 "er 'ent a fter the experin Ramoa Dale Roback Judy Rockwood Tim Sanderson Brad Smith Phyllis Stidham Roger Toraow )2th Grade Kriis Barnwell Pam Carter Janice Condon Kathy Garcia Elva Flore Deb Green Dale Grimes Deleara Hayford Scott Holt Bruce Homer Mike Kruse Sharon Maleofant Kim Morgan Kevin O'Connor Rachel Revna Elizabeth Ruiz Mike Solmonson Jane Townsend Edna Villarreal Stella Villegas Mary A Riviera Notes -lumitted Feb C Mrs Arnold Simpkins Sand Creek Mrs Milan Onweller Morenci Egg Prices DETROIT (AP) — Eggs: Prices trended lower 00 all sizes except smalls Trade sentiment about steady Supplies generally ample and in improved balance on all sizes although extra large and large long in some quarters Local distributive movement slow to fair though improved over early week and same day last week The course touches on all facets of reading: study leisure occupational-oriented me book ree enables the student to have the necessary packet of workbook materials and four to five books to be read during the seminar In addition to speed and rate other skills such as vocabulary and knowing when to exert the most energy in reading are included Students enrolled in “Rapid Reading” will be tested individually to determine levels of reading skills at the outset and conclusion of the class “Young and old alike find this course especiaiiv invigorating" added Dr Hoffer More information on this continuing education course may be obtained by calling the college at 266-5161 extension 447 To save valuable time for reading more of the things you want “Rapid Reading” promises to be one of the nicest gifts you can give yourself this vear ADVERTISED Each of these advertised items is required to be readily available for sale at or below the advertised price in each A&P store except as specifically noted in this ad No Backs Attached 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