Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on May 16, 1982 · Page 362
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I DETROIT FREE PRESSSUNDAY, MAY 16, 1082 9A Maja Sckjolin carefully tended her wild flowers ilix or match a super summer wardrobe By JACKIE JONES Free Press Staff Writer During the 1950s, Maja and Hans 0. Schjolin bought about three acres along the Rouge River and created a wild flower preserve recognized by Michigan State University and cited by the Michigan Horticultural Society. "It was the perfect setting for that kind of wild flower preservation," said L. A. Haberly, a friend of the Schjolins for more than 40 vears. "She iust devoted ' km r t t- umpteen hours to getting maJa ocnjoim different varieties of wild flowers added to her garden." Mrs. Schjolin, a Birmingham native, died Wednesday at the Hospice of Southeastern Michigan in Southfield. She was 68. Haberly said Mrs. Schjolin's garden "took precedence over everything else." She was a member of Christ Church Cranbrook and the University of Michigan Presidents Club, and was a past president of the southeastern district of Michigan State Federation of Women's Clubs. She also was a member of the American Association of University Women; the Birmingham Garden Club; the Cranbrook Garden Auxiliary, and the Bir-mingham-Bloomfield Art Association, and was a volunteer at the Cranbrook Institute Gardens. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Christ Church Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Oakland Humane Society Shelter in Sterling Heights. KK J obituaries Charles Belsky, retired Ford engineer Charles Belsky of Southfield died Thursday in Providence Hospital in Southfield. He was 74. A lifelong Michigan resident, he retired in the early 1970s as a design engineer for the Ford Motor Co., where he had worked since the 1930s. He was previously with Kaiser-Frazer, General Motors Fisher Body, Packard Motor Car, Chrysler, Durant Motor Co., and Dodge. He was associated with the early Mark IV model Lincoln and was a supervisor of the Continental design engineering division of Lincoln-Mercury. Surviving are his wife, Bessie; daughters Fay Herman and Judith Steffan; three sisters, and two granddaughters. Graveside services will be at 12:30 p.m. today at Machpelah Cemetery in Ferndale. Kev. Michael Kanda, of Old St. Mary's The Rev. Michael V. Kanda, CS.Sp., died Thursday at Bon Secours Hospital in Grosse Pointe. He was 68. Father Kanda was a priest at Old St. Mary's Church for the past six years. Born in Chicago, he was ordained in 1940. Father Kanda also served in parishes in Louisiana, Virginia, Illinois, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. Survivors include three sisters, Ann, Mary and Elizabeth; four brothers, the Rev. John Kanda, the Rev. Frank Kanda, Anthony and Joseph. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. today at Old St. Mary's Church, at the- corner of Monroe and St. Antoine. A memorial mass will be said at 5 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be Cornwells Heights, Pa. Hugh Beaumont, TV's Ward Cleaver LOS ANGELES - (UPI) - Hugh Beaumont, who played Ward Cleaver in the television series "Leave It To Beaver," died Friday while visiting his oldest son in Munich, West Germany, a family spokesman said. He was 72. Gloria Bussman, Beaumont's sister, said the actor's death apparently was from a heart attack. He was visiting his son, Eric, 40, who teaches psychology in Munich. Beaumont, a native of Lawrence, Kan., acted in the weekly series that ran originally for sev- 1959 Photo cu yc" i" "lc lolc "u Beaumont early 1960s. The series is still seen in syndicated reruns. He played the patient father guiding his family, composed of his wife, June, played by Barbara Billingsley, and two sons, Beaver and Wally, played by Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow. Beaumont suffered a stroke in 1970 and did little acting after that. In recent years he had lived in Minnesota. ; He is survived by his wife, Kathryn, whom he married in 1941; another son, Mark, 32, and a daughter, Kristan, 37. Funeral arrangements were pending. Professor's death is termed suicide A University of Michigan psychology professor apparently committed suicide by jumping from the roof of a 26-story Ann Arbor apartment building, police said Saturday. Police said they believe Philip Brickman, 38, who was also director of the Research Center for Group Dynamics at the university's Institute for Social Research, jumped off the Tower Plaza Apartments around 7:35 p.m. Thursday. The building, a block west of U-M's main campus, is the tallest in Ann Arbor. Brickman spent the 10 days before his death in Mercywood Hospital, a local, private mental health hospital, police said. 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