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MODESTY BLAISE DETROIT FREE PRESSTUESDAY. MAY 8. 1984 7D :By Peter O'Donnell af ! I T "v A KNi-E-HIGH KICK . jV v we DOORWAY A tfomm of chaos, aw mutir ztvts A SUN iky w r . "N ' v A " THE THROAT ANY- A TO WV7 chance : E v pmw BRENDA STARR By Dale Messick SiSS l I wm him was ze I XrKfnn "osbanp ARNOLD By Kevin McCormick "COOT 7 HAVES... U ppcutous I . Ik. I or no ' o COOT 8 l r TSV t 1 H7 r-z: : cross ACROSS 1 Predicament 5 Cushiony 9 Mine or tar 13 Astringent 14 Oratorio song 15 Hungarian hero 17 City of E.Ger. 18 Shopping area 19 Rag 20 "Dynasty" siren 23 100 yrs. 24 Satisfied 25 Certain berths vjfoid 27 Shirt material 30 Philippine island 32 Farewell, mon ami 33 "Falcon Crest" matriarch 37 Steep flax 38 Luxury material 39 Unit 40 "Dallas" Victoria 43 Carpets of a kind 45 Consumed 46 "- of the Apes" 47 Land 50 Tumult Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: rsiHiinsiAji0 WITJIO L ! V Eljg. L. A.N. T L E sUkAiri RjS A. 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A IS STILL LOUDER THAN THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. Henry Ford teacher strike enters 2d day By MICHELE CHANDLER Free Press Staff Writer More than 16,400 Henry Ford Community College students face another day without classes Tuesday in a strike by the college's 220 teachers. The teachers, who have been working without a contract since August, voted to strike Sunday after negotiations broke down. Saturday. But those negotiations are to resume at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the college. AT ISSUE is the April 20 report from a state Employment Relations Commission arbitrator recommending a wage freeze for the first year, 1983-84, with wages to be renegotiated in the next year. The Henry Ford Community College Federation of Teachers Local 1650 accepted that non-binding decision. But the Dearborn Board of Education, which oversees the college, seeks to renegotiate both wages and benefits in 1984 and 1985. Stuart Bundy, college president, said that the board had bargained in good faith but that its hands are tied because the school system may have to pay back thousands of dollars to the Ford Motor Co., which has appealed assessments of much of its industrial property in Dearborn. Union President John McDonald spoke at a Board of Trustees meeting Monday night. Several nursing students pleaded for classes to resume. Many have accepted jobs contingent on taking and passing their state tests as scheduled - something they can't do if they don't get their diplomas on time, they said. Bill Hackett, spokesman for the union and one of the 30 pickets at the school, said, "Our posture is ... we want to bargain and the board is not bargaining. They've taken a fixed posture saying, 'No, no, no. We're trying to get their attention. Classes at Henry Ford are scheduled to end May 25. v ' mom ADAMS Ladies Day Tomorrow S1.50 "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) "CHRISTINE"IR1 MADISON HOME OF MARTIAL ARTS! DOORS OPEN AT Iffll P.M. Lowest Price Theatre Downtown "THE THREE AVENGERS" "10 TIGERS FROM GUON TONG" Bl 171 lMtWoodiinl K01-0M3 .Runl-BRAWPG) Mall Dillon "RUMBLEFISH"(R) RENAISSANCE 1,2,3,4 2P5 Iir. 200-3 Ih. Fm id. SpmE. efRen Ce, Enter hwi BeaUMn SI. or St. Mein Sun S2 III 3:00 "ROMANCING THE STONE"(PG) 1:40 3:45 5:50 7:55 10:00 2W 4:30 7:10 9:40 "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) 1:45 3:40 5:40 7:40 9:40 IDRfV 1 Oil 5M MI114HI-75 Mais Dally Mon-Frl I Show 1 P.M. $2 (In Dolby Stereo) Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins "njoW' "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) lflO 7:35 9:45 "FOOTLOOSE"(PG1 1:00 7:25 9:35 ACADEMY TWIN CINEMAS OndtrtWM.,HI.N.OtU59 Jul 3 Mn W. ( TttetTaph 1X0469 ftFRIYTFlNMAELS CHARTERER) 7:00 10:05 "OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN"(R) 1:35 ALL SEATS $20? AT ALL TIMES "WEEKEND PASS"(R) 7:15 10:30 "KEMAN"PG) 8:50 Only ALLEN PARK TRIPLE Mr Tuesday Evening All Seats 11.50 "HARDBODIES"(R 7:25 9:15 "ROMANCING THE STONE"(PG) 7:25 9j30 "PURPLE HEARTS"(R) 7:10 9:45 Wed Matinee 12.00 All Theatres AMERICANA COMPLEX 5:i Tuesday Mat i Eve All Seals Sl.SS In Dolby Clnemaelc Sound "BREAKIN"(PG) 1:15 7:30 9:20 1:20 715 9:25 "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) "ROMANCING1 Te'sONE'-IPG) 1:107:25 9:30 Wed Bargain Mat $2.00 All Theatres AMERICANA WEST OrchirdUM 1554200 Tuesday Evening All Seats SI. 50 In Dolby Stereophonic Sound "THE BOUNTY"(PG) 7:15 9:50 In Dolby Stereophonic Sound "BREAKIN"(PG) 7:20 9:15 Wed Bargain Mat S2 00 All Theatres BERKLEY "TO"- all seats 11.00 at all times e7p (PG) 7:10 9:30 UrtfrlAO THEATRES BAKHi WTKE EVFJtVM $2.00 FOR ALL SHOffS 0002 6:00 HOi 12:05 2:30 iM 7:20 9:50 "HARDBODIES"(RI 12:10 2l 3:55 5:50 7:45 9:40 CINEMA-MACOMB MALL 1 "POLKE ACAOEMY"(R) 12:30 2:45 5:00 7:15 9:30 "HARDBODIES"(R) 1:20 3:25 5:30 7:40 9:50 CINEMA-CITY WARREN 77!-5O00LIWilt "MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON"(R) ll 3:15 5:30 7:45 10:00 "ROMANCING THE STONE"(PG) 1KI0 3ffl 5:1 ?'M20 "HAROBODIES'A.R) 1:45 3:45 5:45 7:50 M5 . CAMELOT ""S""- All Seals SI 25 At Ail Times "OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN"(R) 6:25 9:55 "WHEN A STRER CALLS"(R) CHESTERFIELD 1-2-3 4iMg3WWmooW 7110 "UP THE CREEK IK; li "FRLtne 13-FINAL CHAP-TER"(R) 7:10 Ladles' Nile Jl 00 CIE 1-2-3 Mr 1- "FRIDAY (tie lift, Ft. IV" (R) 1M, 9:00 2- "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT" 3- "OF uft?NO,irVoRIGIN"(R) 7:15, 9:15 DEARBORN SffifffiA All shows!) 7:30 fl.75 "H CANDLES"(PG) 7:10 9:00 "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) 7:20 9:05 "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) 7:00 9:00 C1CTI IMD 1 1 Eitltwd Cb- M 7222 -FOOA Goldle Hawn "SWING SHIFT" (PG) 7:20 9:20 Mat. Wed. 1 Show 1 P.M. 2 EASTWOOD Adults $1.25 Children ?5 Academy Award Winner "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT" (PG) 7:00, 9:25 ESQUIRE 1-2-3-4 K 2.ntla1'e3)Ia7S&e(r 7:30 only J-'TERMS OF ENDEARMENT" 4-"KEiKXN''(PG'f 10, 9:10 Blondle & Dagwood only In the Free Press LAPARISIEN1-2 WAST All Shows til 7:30 $1.75 "FOOTLOOSE"(PG1 7:00 9:00 "HARDBODIES"(R) 7:15 9:00 MAIKAI JT" Tuesday Evening All Seats $1.50 "SWING SHIFT"(PG) 7:20 9:20 Wed 1:05 Matinee All Seats S2.00 MINI 9 (doril 0k) Miti-ll M "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) 7:15 9:15 MAPLE 3 BkoilM 'iirsOH Besl Picture, Actor, Actress in,heWA'L9ir,rds! (In French with English Subtitles) 7:40 9:45 Oscar Winner, Robert Duvall lnHI-sToWNe,'BDorYff(p,ri)ROle! 7:30 9:25 Funnv and Delectable! Sheer Enlovment! Isabelle Hupperl In "MY BEST FRIEND'S GIRL", (In French with English SuDlllles) 7:20 9:20 Mat. Wed. 1 Show 1 P.M. $2 See a movie tonight! MERCURY "gSST "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) 8:40 Stephen King's Adult Nightmare! "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) 7:05 10:25 Conl. Mat. Wed. $2 III 5:30 MILFORD CINEMA W . "SPLASH"(PGi 7:30 only NORTHLAND 1-2 MS (In Dolby Slereo) Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins "THE BOUNTY"(PG) 7:15 9:35 "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) 7:35 9:45 Mat. Wed. 1 Show 1 P.M. $2 FAIRLANE 1-2 wSSVhoo Winner of 5 Oscars IncC Best Picture, (PG) 7:30 9:50 "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) 7:40 9:40 Mat. Wed. 1 Show 1 P.M. $2 NnDlUftT Grand Rhrtr-Fefliel-SeuthfMd nUnnUl US-1030 Lotted Free Fartn ALL SEATS $1.00 AT ALL TIME? "FRI. THE 13th-FINAL CHAPTER"(R) 7:40 9:40 FARMINGTON CIVIC Sit All Seats $1.25 - GR 4-1951 Tpg'PWL OLD ORCHARD 1.2, 3 fiS (PG) 7:25 9:25 "ROMANCING THE STONE"(PG) 7:30 9:45 "PURPLE HEARTS"(R) 7:20 9:30 Mat. Wed. 1 Show 1 P.M. $2 HAMPTONS North ( M-9. (52-S32I Tuesday Evening All Seats $1.50 "THE BOUNTY" PG) 7:15 9:50 'HARDBODIES''(R) 7:25 9:15 "ROMANCING THE STONE"(PG) 7:25 9:30 "PURPLE HEARTS"(R) 7:10 9:45 Wed Mai $2.00 All Theatres KEEGO TWIN CINEMAS uut il Cm Lt. ltd.. 1H M. IN. ot M'rrph, (12.1900 WHERE MOVIES COST LESSI Winner of 5 Academy Awards! "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT" (PG) In Color 7:00 9.40 BTIJU f trrtnm il M In Oomtwtl rc.nn Phmutii a 3-oi7o Open 6:30 - All Seats Sl.tf "AGAINST ALL ODDS"(R) 7:00, 9:15 "H CANDLES"(PG) 7:30 9:15 "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) 7:15 9:05 "PURPLE HEART5"(R) 7:05 9:10 ''THE BOUNTY"(PG)7:00 9:20 "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) 7:25 9:10 Theatre Goers Special Sun-Thurs A complete dinner & movie S5.95 per person. For resv 7M-89O0 bet 5pm or 261-4530 after Sorrf, Wed Mai $2.99 tor lunch & movie. ROSEVILLE Adm. $2.00 - KidsSeniors 1.00 "FRIDAY the 13th, PT. IV" (R) 7:00 Plus "NIGHTMARES"(R) 8:45 SHORES SMhlMick 775-6HOQ lulls S2.00 Kids 8. Seniors $1.00 RUADWAT UANHT KUJt (PG) 7:00 "ZELIG"(PG) 9:00 SHOWBOAT 1-2-3 "REVENGE OF THE DEAD (R) 7:20 9:10 "CHILDREN OF THE CORN" (R) 7:25 9:20 "MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON" (R) 7:05 9:15 SHOWCASE CINEMAS Bargain Mallnees $2.00 First Show Only. Tuesday All Seals $1.00 All Day At All Theatres. BEACON EAST142M C'M(Rf 1:00 7:25 9:25 SHOWCASE PONTIAC 1-5 Tatepaph t Square lake Rd.. 332-0241 "MOSCOWHEtjBsON"(R) 1:00 7:45 9:55 "SPLASH"(PG) 1:00 7:35 9:45 "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) 1:00 7:15 9:15 "ROMANCING THE STONE"(PG) 1:00 7:20 9:30 "HARDBODIES"(R) 1:00 7:25 9:25 SHOWCASE PONTIAC 6-10 240S Tatepaph Road, Porrbec "CHfL'DRlNWE3CMc5(N7",R. 1:00 7:15 9:15 "BREAKIN"(PG) 1:00 7:15 9:15 "FOOTLOOSE"(PGJ 1:00 7:40 9:50 "THE BOUNTY''(PG) 1:00 7:10 9:40 "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) M 7:20 9:20 SHOWCASESTERLINGHTS.il Km Dyke 1 15 lie, 979-3160 "THE BOUNTY"lPG) 1:00 7:15 9:45 "ROMANCINg THETONE"(PG) "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) 1:10 7:25 9:25 "MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON"(R) 1:15 7:10 9:45 "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) 1:00 7:20 9:20 "HARDBODIES"(R) 1:15 7:30 9:30 "PURPLE HEARTS"IR) 1:00 7:30 9:40 "SPLASH"(PG) 1:00 7:35 9:55 "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) 05 7:45 9:45 "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) 1:00 7:10 9:10 "BREAKIN"(PG) 1-00 7:15 9:20 SUMMIT PLACE CINEMAS FJribeth Lako Rd.-Tetefrapb U. $82 5544 "PURPLE HEARTS (R) 7:30 9:40 "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) 7:15 9:15 "GREYSTOKE"(PGI 7:20 9:45 Old you read "Peanute" today? SOUTHGATES !5&k Tuesday Evening All Seals $1.50 "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) 7:25 9:30 "BREAKIN"(PG) 7:30 9 25 Wed Bargain Matinee $2.00 Soon Soulhgale 3 & 4 SOUTHLAND 4 tBsTX Com. Mais Daily All Seals $2 III 5:30 "SPLASH"(PG) 12:15 2:35 5:00 7:15 9:25 "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) 12:20 2:40 5:00 7:20 9:20 Jin Dolby Stereo) "FOOTLOOSE"(PG) 12:00 2:25 4:50 7:25 9:30 "GREYSTOKE, THE LEGEND OF TARZAN, LORD OF THE APES" (PG) 12:00 2:30 4:55 7:30 9:50 STATE-WAYNE 1 11 35i! This engagement Seats $1.50 III 7:30 "BREAKIN"(PGJ 7:15 8:55 10:30 For This Engagement All Plus "MY TUTOR"(R) 8:40 Only TEL-EX 1,2,3,4 "X Sludehts 4 Senior Citizens $2.00 Mon & Tues with I.O. "SPLASH"(PG) 7:10 9:20 "GIVEAWAY"(G) 7:15 9:10 "GREYSTOKE: LEGEND OF TARZAN"(PG) 7:05 9:30 "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) 7:30 9:20 TCDDIPr 1 O 937 1717. unnniL i-t t 427-1200 nvmouthW aliiddMKll "ROMANCING THE STONE"(PG) 7:30 9:30 "BREAKIN"(PG) 7:20 9:20 Mai. Wed. 1 Show 1 P.M. $2 TniUUM 6miN jHOHI lUnrU. 4 tliicoki Center 961 8700 !NOW OPEN! THE TOWNE 4 THEATRES 4 Screens For Your Movie-Going Selection and Pleasure Nominee Besl Foreign Film! "CARMEN"(R) (In Spanish with English Subtitles) 7:20 9:20 Winner ol 4 Academy Awards including Best Foreign Film! "FANNY t ALEXANDER"(R) (In Swedish with English Subtitles) 7:45 Stephen King's Adult Nightmare! "CHILDREN OF THE CORNER) 7:30 9:30 A Hilarious Rockumentarv! "THIS IS SPINAL TAP"(R) 7:40 9:40 Mai. Wed. I Show 1 P.M. $2 WASHINGTON WJiT Mon 4 Tues - Belle Davis in "JEZEBEL" 7:30 9:30 Wed 8. Thurs - Belle Davis In "THE LETTER" 7:30 9:15 Sis Frl, 511 - For 3 Days "THE JOLSON STORY" For Film Classic Details Call 541-0082 uirriTnAnu ruiiu Mdt. icmi fr. Tuesday Evening All Seals $1.00 "FOOTLOOSE" PGI 7:30 9:35 "HARDBODIES (R) 7:25 9:10 WINCHESTER 1-2 .tWiso Tuesday All Seals $1.49 All Day "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) 5:00 7.00 9.00 "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) 5:20 7:20 9:20 liinnnC OnMick, lMeEnt nUUUO 0)194.8846186 Tuesday Evening Ad Seals $1.50 "THE BOUNTY"(PG) 7:15 9:50 In Dolby Stereophonic Sound "BREAKIN"(PG) 7:20 9:15 "GREYSTOKE"! PG) 7:05 9:40 "PURPLE HEARTS'MR) 7:10 9:45 "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) 7:30 9:25 Wed Bargain Mat $2.00 All Theatres WYANDOTTE W Malinees $1.25 Eve Shows $1 50 "TERMS OF ENDEARMENT" (PG) 7:00 9:20 "FRIDAY THE 13th: THE FINAL CHAPTER"(R) 7:30 plus "DEAD ZONE"R) 9:10 ALGIERS 1-2 7o Electric In-Car Healers "SIXTEEN CANDLES"! PG) "WEEKEND PASS"(R) "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) "FOOTLOOSE"(PG) BEL-AIR 1-2-3-4 8Mh,VinDrie 366 7460 "OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN"(R) "FRIDAY THE 13th, PT. 4"(R) "BREAKIN"(PG) "STREET GANG"(R) "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) "HARDBOOIES"(R) "PORKY'S ll"(R) OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET OPEN SAT & SUN 7am-4pm 358-1926 NEW EC0RSE 1-2 M tiectric in i-or neaiers: "POLICE ACADEMY"(R) FOOTLOOSE"(PG) "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) "FRIDAY THE 13TH, FINAL CHAPTER"(R) BLUE SKY S!- "HARDBODIES"(R) "SPRING BREAK"(R) COMMERCE W Box Office Opens 8:00 "BREAKIN'MPGJ "RECKLESS"(R) DEARBORN 1-2 Electric in-(.ar Heaters! "THE BOUNTY"(PG) "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) "HARDBODIES"(R) "PORKY'S ll"(R) MON. & TUES. ADULTS $2.00 FORD-WYOMING 1-2-3 mm Electric in-tar Heaters! "OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN"(R) "FRIDAY THE 13th, FINAL CHAPTER"(R) "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) "BREAKIN"(PG) "STREET GANG"(R) FT. GEORGE Km. Bo onice uoens :uu "HARDBODIES"(R) "SPRING BREAK"(R) GALAXY DequMrear 10ML 541 1030 Box Office Opens 8 00 "THE BOUNTY"(PG) "CHRISTINE"(R) GRAND RIVER "SIXTEEN CANDLES''(PG) "WEEKEND PASS"(R) GRATIOT 1 & 2 M "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) "WEEKEND PASS"(R) "THE BOUNTY"(PG) "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) HOLIDAY ilXr Open 8:00 - Adm, mon-Thurs $2.00 "BREAKIN"(PG) RECKLESS"(R) JOLLY ROGER JBSS Box omce upens B:uu "BREAKIN"(PG) RECKLESS"(R) MICHIGAN , uHttlij Box um uoens 8:uu "THE BOUNTY"! PG) "CHRISTINE"IR) MIRACLE MILE SSfii Em te mtcn m inenri UFoodoard I-7S to Sq. U Rd. "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R) "REVENGE OF THE DEAD"(R) MT. CLEMENS, W Open 8W 'ris at dusk Wed 8. Thurs Adm, S2.00 "BREAKIN"(PG) "RECKLESS'-(R) PONTIAC Nrt'"rtl, Ft 5-4500 "BREAKIN"P6) "RECKLESS"(R) Ml ((15W.d (SltMnMU 9-1902 Open 7 30 - J" starts ai PusK "SIXTEEN CANDLES"(PG) "WEEKEND PASS"(R) VAN DYKE 1-2 S. of 14 Mea "POLICE ACDEMY''(R) "FOOTLUU5i:"(PG) t "REVENGE OF THE DEAO"(R) "FRIDAY the 11th, PT. 4"(R) WATERFORD St One We Weil el Di Hiftwey 623-6600 "SIXTEEN CANDLES'MPG) i "PRIVATE SCHOOL"(R) WAYNE 1-2-3 'i'Mr , Electric In-Car Healers! "BREAKIN"(PG) "RECKLESS"(RI "HARDBODIES"(R) "PORKY'S ll"(R) "REVENGE OF THE DEAO"(R)' "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"(R)- WILLOW 275 "POLICE ACADEMY (R) "FOQTLOOSE"(PG) BRIGHTON BRIGHTON 1,2,3 LN . "FOOTLOOSE"(PG) 2.20 9:20 , "H CANDLES"(PG) 125 9:15 "POLICE ACADEMY"!) 7:15 9:10 ihiMI, 4,aM

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