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DETROIT FREE PRESSSUNDAY, JULY 31. 1988 7H MSU tuition to increase 9.7 percent ETS1 he Michigan State University board of trustees held to a pledge for a single-digit tuition increase, unanimously approving a 9.7 percent hike Saturday for the 1988-89 academic year. Gov. James Blanchard, who had publicly criticized the proposed 12 percent increase, applauded the vote at MSU and at Western Michigan University, where the trustees Friday approved a nine percent increase. Tot's death an accident HOLLAND The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department has ruled that the death of a 10-nionth-old Holland boy in a licensed day-care home in Zeeland Township was accidental. Lt. Lee Fosma said Friday that the toddler was in a walker in the home when he fell down the basement stairs. The door to the basement had been left open, police said. The child underwent emergency surgery but died July 2- Cardinal Dearden stable DETROIT Cardinal John Dearden, 80, gravely ill with inoperable pancreatic cancer, remained in stable condition at Southfield's Providence Hospital on Saturday, according to Jay Herman, archdiocesan spokesman. Pension vote is sought DETROIT Detroiters seeking a referendum to block the lucrative new pension plan for the city's 1 1 elected officials delivered nearly 10,000 signatures to the City Clerk's Office Friday. 3 Detroiters die in crash Three Detroiters were killed on Interstate 90 near Euclid, Ohio, early Saturday morning after a driver lost control of his car, crossed the median, and hit their car, authorities said. Euclid Police Sgt. Patrick Golden said Joseph A. Agg, 19, of Mayfield Heights, Ohio, was eastbound on 1-90 when he lost control of the car at 1:43 a.m., crossed the median, and struck a car driven by Chheng Ly, 20, of Detroit. Killed on impact were Agg, Ly, and passengers in Ly's car, Chhun Cheng, 24, of Detroit, and Ly's daughter, Julia Ly Pham, 1, of Detroit, Golden said. Shoots boss, kills self DETROIT After being fired, cabdriver Arnold Penniger, 30, shot his boss then killed himself at the Greater Detroit Cab Co. about 8:50 p.m. Friday police said. Xavier Giller, 67, was taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital, where he is listed in temporary serious condition. Lots sell for $100 each INKSTER In an effort to stimulate home construction, Inkster is selling more than 400 vacant residential lots for $100 apiece. The lots, which range from 60- to 120-foot frontage, are available to prospective home builders on a first-come, first-served basis. Judith Anne Coopes, loved athletics Judith Anne Coopes, 29, a Detroit native who lived much of her life in West Bloomfield Township, died Wednesday at Northridge Hospital in California from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Manhattan Beach, Calif. Miss Coopes had moved to Manhattan Beach in 1983. "She was an avid Michigan State fan who was vivacious and very outgoing," said family friend Beverly Green. A 1 981 graduate of Michigan State University, Miss Coopes was a marketing expediter and product promoter in California at Carnation Food Corp. Survivors include her parents, Robert and Mary Coopes of Northville; three brothers, and a grandmother, Eleanor Coopes of Holt. A funeral mass will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 4300 Walnut Lake Road in West Bloomfield Township. Interment will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Southfield. A memorial service was held Friday night in Manhattan Beach. Max Bielenberg, 88, active in Hoy Scouts Max Bielenberg, a longtime Boy Scouts of America leader and civil engineer, died July 28 at Whitehall Convalescent Home in Ypsilanti. He was 88. Mr. Bielenberg was born in Marquette in 1900. He was a member of the first freshman class at Marquette's Northern Michigan College, but later transferred to Ohio Northern University, where he received a degree in civil engineering in 1923. He was employed as the chief engineer at Roura Iron Works in Highland Park for 50 years and was responsible for steelwork design in theaters, bridges and commercial buildings throughout southeastern Michigan. Mr. Bielenberg is credited with inventing a tripping device for an automatic hopper used in working steel, He is survived by his wife, Viola; a daughter, Marlene Joy, and three grandchildren. , m- 35 Funeral services will be Monday at Geer-Logan Funeral Home, 320 N. Washington in Ypsilanti. Burial will be in Woodmere Cemetery in Detroit. Memorial contributions may be made to Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio 45810. Services scheduled for the Rev. Charles Nicks Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday for the Rev. Charles Nicks, before his congregation at Greater Grace Temple of the Apostolic Faith, 19161 Schaefer at W. Seven Mile Road in Detroit. Mr. Nicks, 47, pastor and renowned posnel Mr. Nicks singer of St. James Missionary Baptist Church, died Thursday at Sinai Hospital in Detroit. Visitation will be 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at Swanson Funeral Home, Northwest Chapel, 14751 W. Mc-Nichols, and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at St. James Missionary Baptist Church, 3627 Mt. Elliott. Family hour and memorial services will begin at 7 p.m. Friday at St. James. ANDREW QUAID, 71, of Warren, died Friday at the Hospice of Southeast Michigan. He had worked for various plumbing companies in the area. Mr. Quaid was a member and senior warden of Friendship Lodge No. 417 F&AM. He is survived by his wife, Hazel, and a sister, Frances White. Services for Mr. Quaid will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Home, 15251 Harper Ave. Masonic memorial services will be held at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home under the auspices of Friendship Lodge. Visitation will be noon to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Free Press Endorses Mil L M eunniKBdflv Sheriff DFMOCRAT i'vinT. urn j'li-irirrtii-aib Paid lor by the Committee to Elect Chief Bruce Kennedy Sheriff You'll find more advertising supplements inserted behind the Travel Section each Sunday. JJclroit ifrcc Press IDraFlIIDfflDlTS wearesports 1 WORLD OF SPORTING GOODS off ( 1 wSWr(j 1 V " A " A I mm Purchase this Spalding Executive Men's or Ladies' 11 -pc. Pro Golf Set and get all this... $30 cash savings PLUS a $20 Herman's gift certificate PLUS a FREE $30 Executive Putter from Spalding WILSON 1200 LT 11 -pc. Golf Set reg. 299.99 LYNX Radius 11 -pc. Golf Set reg. 449.99 WILSON 2400 11 -pc. Golf Set reg. 229.99 . . MIZUNO XR-2 11 -pc. Golf Set reg. 289.99 . . RAM Golden Girl 11 -pc. 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(Corner ol Bay Rd. -across from Fashion Square Mall. next lo Builder's Square) (3D WE WELCOME THE AMERICAN EXPRESS" CARD

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