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Union official digs up records on former Royal Oak postmaster



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Members of the Cass Technical High School Dance Workshop rehearse for a pair of summer performances. The troupe has been invited to the Festivale de la Rue in Aurillac, France, in August. And on June 28, the workshop will present a concert at the Majestic Theatre Center in Detroit to raise money for the trip. For concert reservations, call Victoria Holley, director of the workshop, at 313-345-2922.


Mood of the music


SPORTS

Miss Bud, above, will defend the Thunderfest title, but a hometown hydroplaner wants to roll on the river. Page 40.

CITY & STATE

Peace, love and helping children. Lillian Genser has lived a full life.

Page 3.

NATION &WORLD

Analysts believe Israeli election results may be a setback to the peace process. Page 14.


ENTERTAINMENT

Fall guys: TV networks announce their autumn lineups. Page 25.

INDEX

Business

Page 12

Classifieds

Page 31

Crossword

Page 33

Editorials

Page 10

Life & Times

Page 24



management style criticized in a congressional report on the shooting. And supposedly done away with. This looks like they just quietly shuffled him off to somewhere else.”

Records obtained by Withers reveal Presilla - blamed by some for the conditions that led up to Thomas Mcllvane’s deadly actions - worked for the postal service following the Nov. 14,1991, tragedy in Royal Oak.

Mcllvane killed four workers and


himself after learning he was not to be rehired at the post office. Four others were injured. Withers maintains the shootings were as much sparked by management harassment as by Mcllvane’s troubled mind.

Among documents reviewed by the Sunday Journal are disbursement records, insurance refunds, vendor invoices, and other files linked to Presilla or his Social Security number.

See ROYAL OAK, Page 5


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By Gene Schabath

Journal Staff Writer

The Southeastern Michigan Tax-$avers Association turned out to be a lifesaver for a Mt. Clemens family of five who were facing eviction from their home because of astronomical medical bills.

Richard and Victoria Bradshaw were within hours of getting their eviction notice when members of the tax savers association dug into their pockets and came up with $10,000 that will be used as seed money to rescue the Brad-shaws’ neat little bungalow from foreclosure.

The Bradshaws owe about $60,000 on the home on Washington - a debt incurred because they chose to pay off about $80,000 in medical bills for their son, Chance, rather than make monthly house payments. They couldn’t afford both.

Chance, 8, suffers from hydrocephalus and has had to have about three dozen operations called shunt revisions to drain fluid from his brain. When medical bills hit the $1 million mark, most of the Bradshaws’ insurance was cut off and they had to start paying Chance’s medical bills. Social Security now pays the bills.

Tax$avers member Ralph R. Roberts, regarded as one of the top real estate salesmen in the country, was the catalyst for saving the Bradshaws from eviction.

Roberts read about their plight in last week’s Detroit Sunday Journal and saw follow-up telecasts on local TV stations and decided to do something about it.

With copies of the Journal article in hand, Roberts made a pitch to fellow members at their monthly meeting last Tuesday. The Southeastern Michigan Tax$avers Association is an organization of business people who support candidates for office and are involved in various community functions and charities.

“I got up at the meeting and said,


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‘I’m willing to put up as much as it takes to save the house,’ ” Roberts said. As fast as you can say “miracle” -which is what one court official said would take to save the home - members of the association contributed $10,000.

Association President John Johnson said the organization hopes to raise enough money to pay off the mortgage and then have the Bradshaws make monthly payments to the new mortgage holder.

On Wednesday, the Bradshaws got another break when 41-B District Judge James Scandirito - instead of signing an eviction notice - gave the couple a 45-day extension to work out the deal to save the house.

Roberts said one of the reasons he was motivated to plunge in to help the Bradshaws is that he has a daughter the same age as Chance.

“I was thinking about her; that she is healthy, athletic, and I was thinking that someone like them shouldn’t have to go through this,” Roberts said.

Victoria Bradshaw said that when she first heard about the Tax$avers effort to save their home, she couldn’t believe it.

“I didn’t know what to say. I thought it was too good to be true,” she said. “I was waiting for the other shoe to drop. But when they came with us to court, I knew it was true.

“We’re overwhelmed. I don’t know what to say...”

Readers of the Detroit Sunday Journal who want to donate money to help the Bradshaws save their home can make the checks out to Richard and Victoria Bradshaw and mail it to: Richard and Victoria Bradshaw Fund; do Ralph Roberts Real Estate, 30521 Schoenherr, Warren 48093. For more information, call 810-558-5360 and leave a message with your name and phone number.


Ralph Roberts, foreground left, was touched by the stoiy of Victoria and Richard Bradshaw, who were on the verge of losing their home because of debts incurred for medical bills for their 8-year-old son, Chance. He went to the Southeastern Michigan Tax$avers Association, and he and other members contributed $10,000.


Journal photo by GEORGE WALDMAN


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Volunteer wages crusade for peace, justice

By Vickie Elmer

Journal Business Writer

Lillian Genser has projects, papers and pieces tucked away throughout her Oak Park home. Mostly, they’re connected to her life’s work: children and peace.

Though she’s 70-something and retired as director of Wayne State University’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies a few years ago, Genser still has work to do. She wants to stage puppet shows, finish some writings and booklets and go to special events, including the Stand for Children rally in Washington June 1 (see Page 7).

“It isn’t the rallies that matter; it’s what you do every day,” Genser said.

She was honored recently for what she’s done almost every day for decades. She’s a renowned peace educator who has taught many children and teachers to respect human rights, encourage peace and seek justice.

Among those acknowledging her contributions was Arthur Johnson, a retired vice president at Wayne State. Genser is a “great lady of intellect, faith, courage, social conscience and conviction, and a true believer in the principle that all of us are of one community,” Johnson said.

Others lauded her enthusiasm, energy, efforts to feed hungry children, idealism and commitment to create positive change.

Genser grew up with many of those beliefs. Her parents told her life’s purpose is to make the world a better

place to live. So she seeks to embody the Hebrew word tikkun - “to heal, repair and transform the world.” “That has driven me in some ways,” she said.

She’s traveled to conferences around the world; spoken at many events and

helped the center develop its conflict resolution training for schools. “Conflict resolution is not a panacea,” she said. “It’s one of many nonviolent ways to resolve conflict.”

She encourages children and adults to consider everyone “members of the human family... We have more commonalities than differences.”

She also encourages parents to teach their children that they have basic rights, but that each right comes with a corresponding responsibility. For example, children should have freedom of expression - to express their opinions and ideas verbally or otherwise. But they also must tell their parents what’s troubling them, or what worries them.

Genser recommends two books for children: ‘The Big Book for Peace,” edited by Ann Durell and Marilyn Sachs, and “The 100 Dresses” by Eleanor Estes.

And she hopes to offer them another booklet, highlighting children’s rights and responsibilities, when she is able to complete it.

“I never plan to retire. I’m just retired from being paid,” she says.

Anyone interested in contributing to the Genser Peace and Human Rights Fellowship should call 313-577-1664.


A few days ago, my friend went out and purchased an immodest amount of spring flowers, enough, in fact, to perk up both her yard and her spirits.

Pot of portulaca renews a passion for life


“What’s so unusual about that?” you’re probably muttering. After all, even though spring is suffering from an identity crisis this year, the calendar on the wall and the yearning in our soul say it is time, once again, to plant tender seedlings in the welcoming earth.

My friend stocked up on zinnias and New Guinea impatiens, red and salmon geraniums and enough portulaca to send bright pink flowers tumbling from a hanging basket. The grand total for this indulgence came to $40. For some folks, this may not be a staggering amount of money, but

for my friend, it was a substantial investment. She’s been on strike

Stan stril

against the daily papers for more than 10 months now; that 40 bucks is exactly one-fourth of what she receives in her weekly strike check.

Susan Watson

When my friend pulled up in front of her house and unloaded the flowers, her 20-something son, as adult sons are wont to do, asked how much she had paid for the greenery.

“Forty dollars,” she said nonchalantly.

He was stunned. “You can’t afford flowers, Mom,” he announced, his voice edged with exasperation.

“Oh, yes I can,” she replied gaily as she thought about summer and about the way the geraniums would explode in pink and red puffs of color.

My friend laughed as she repeated the episode to me. As a striker, I understood her reaction.

She couldn’t afford not to buy those flowers. The price would be too great. To be sure, she’d save money by forgoing her annual planting ritual, but she would lose something far more valuable - she’d lose a chance to reaffirm her commitment to life, to living even in the midst of numbing uncertainty.

And so she planted flowers.

Her story reminded me of a quip I heard not too long ago. While I don’t remember it word for word, it went something like this: “Life is what happens while you are planning your future.”

For months now, my friends and I have been consumed by thoughts about the outcome of the strike.

When will it end? What will we do when it ends? Will we be able to pick up our old lives? Will we want to? What about our coworkers who traded their honor for a paycheck? How will we go near them without shuddering in disgust once the strike is over?

Sometimes, I become so obsessed with the future that I lose sight of the present. I get so busy thinking about what will be that I neglect to

appreciate what is.

When that happens, something else usually happens to remind me to grab hold of each day and make it special, not just because the day will carry me to tomorrow, but because it is, indeed, all that I - or any of us -have for sure. To fritter it away with daydreams or regrets is to squander your life.

I don’t suggest that you fling caution to the winds, max out your charges and simply forget about tomorrow. Heck, my parents grew up in the Great Depression, and I grew up in its shadow. I am marked by a certain fiscal prudence that makes me compare prices at the supermarket, dam the toes of my pantyhose and pick up a penny from the sidewalk.

But, even in the midst of the most difficult times, I think we need to find enjoyment in the space we occupy at that exact moment. If that means spending part of the grocery money on flowers one week, then let the good times - and the portulaca - roll.


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JUNE 2, 1996

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Rising to the surface

Regulators cull gems from Oakland waste mogul’s divorce case

By Paige St. John

Journal Staff Writer

A Michigan landfill owner trying to dodge environmental regulators has found an even tougher match in divorce court.

By his own admission, Oakland Disposal Inc. owner John G. Runco -who is facing major cleanup costs for a leaking landfill in Oakland County -shifted millions of dollars in assets to his wife and daughter to shield the money from Michigan environmental regulators.

Now, to Runco’s chagrin, Kristine Runco won’t give the money back.

“My wife said to me, Whatever you do, just put everything in my name ... and I’ll hold it for you.’ And I did, and she never gave it back,” John Runco testified in a pretrial deposition taken by Kristine Runco’s attorney. “I just want half my money back,” he said.

“They should take me and put me in a white outfit if you think I gave two, three million dollars away. Jeez.”

This house in West Palm Beach, Fla. is among the assets that Oakland Disposal Inc. owner John G. Runco put in other family members' names to shield them from the state's environmental regulators.

The divorce court admission has the attention of the Michigan Attorney General’s office. “We are aware of some questionable actions," Chris DeWitt, Attorney General Frank Kelley’s spokesman, said Thursday. “It is a question of whether the asset transfer is an attempt to hide them from the state."

Runco could not be located for comment on this report, and his West Palm Beach, Fla., divorce attorney did not return a reporter’s telephone call. Kristine Runco’s lawyer said the Florida judge hearing the divorce case has enjoined both sides from talking about it.

Michigan taxpayers have shelled out $11 million to cap the leaking Waterford Hills Sanitary Landfill once owned by Oakland Disposal. Major work remains to stem the flow of chemical toxins seeping out of the landfill and into groundwater supplies.

After Michigan closed down the landfill in 1990, the state filed suit against Oakland Disposal, its owners Robert Ryan and the brothers John and Robert Runco, and several of their businesses, including Bestway Recycling, Aaro Disposal and Special Waste Systems. To date, the state Department of Natural Resources, now named the Department of Environmental Quality, has recouped only about $1 million from companies and communities that sent trash to the landfill. The state has recovered nothing from Oakland Disposal.

Environmental enforcement officers don’t expect they’ll ever get much for Oakland Disposal itself. In August 1991, arsonists firebombed Oakland Disposal’s Warren garage, prompting the city of Warren to give away Oakland Disposal’s trash-hauling contract to a company bought out a short time later by City Management Corp.

To deplete the company further, Wayne County court records show, Oakland Disposal paid $6.5 million in a single day in November 1991 to settle a breach-of-contract lawsuit filed by other Runco-owned companies. Most of those also were later bought by City Management. Runco himself has signed on as a $ 1-million consultant to City Management.

Ironically, a City Management subsidiary is the company the state hired to cap the Waterford Hills landfill.

State regulators said Runco’s involvement with City Management did not interfere with the company’s ability to bid on the cleanup contract.

Meanwhile, records entered as evidence in the two-year-old West Palm Beach divorce case of John and Kristine Runco show the former vice-president of Oakland Disposal is worth millions of dollars, or would have been had he not transferred much of his property to his wife and daughter. Among the assets is the West Palm Beach home Runco said he bought using $2.5 million in cash from City Management.

“I took $2.7 million, and I put it in the dam house, and I bought the darn house, and I put it in my daughter’s name because I was worried the DNR was going to come and get me,“ John Runco told lawyers during the trial deposition.

Divorce court records indicate Runco had other assets. Financial statements . provided by a City Management employee show City Management had agreed to pay almost $20 million to buy out Bestway Recycling and Runco’s affiliated companies. The $20 million includes slightly more than $10 million in cash; a 10-year note for $7.8 million, not including $4.7 million in interest; and $1 million to Runco directly in a five-year consulting contract that requires (as of this year) that he do no more than 10 hours of work a week.

At the same time, the records show current ownership of most of those companies is in the names of Kristine Runco and family members. “I owned Bestway. I owned Special Waste. I owned those companies,” John Runco said in his deposition. “If I didn’t have the DNR coming down on me, everything would be in my name. I couldn’t

See RUNCO, Page 7


Two reinstated police officers sue Detroit

By Roger Chesley

Journal Staff Writer

Two Detroit police officers have sued the City of Detroit seeking $10 million following their reinstatement to the department after a two-year suspension.

The Detroit Police Department had suspended 10th Precinct Officers Derek Talifer, 33, and Melvin Chuney, 27, after they were charged with stealing from a west-side grocery store in 1994. But a judge later dismissed those charges, and at least one police supervisor, speaking on condition of anonymity, said: “I don’t see how the case was ever brought to trial.”

“There was no physical evidence” linking Talifer and Chuney to the theft, said the supervisor, who is knowledgeable about the incident. “It was a circumstantial case.”

Chuney, who in May returned to the force in his old precinct, said he was pilloried in the news media two years ago when he v/as initially charged.

“We’re getting our back pay and benefits back, but we’re not getting our reputations back,” said Chuney, who joined the department in 1989. “No one gave us an apology. It’s messed up our names.”

But Deputy Chief Iris Worthington, who headed the bureau that oversaw the internal police probe of the two officers, said Chuney and Talifer were charged fairly.

“We thought there was substantial evidence to seek a warrant on these officers,” Worthington said. “The (Wayne County) Prosecutor’s Office thought so, too.” She declined further comment because of the pending lawsuit.

David J. Allen, Chuney and Talifer’s attorney, said the $10 million figure may seem high. But Allen said the damage to his clients’ reputations was excessive.

“Mr. Chuney and Mr. Talifer have to deal with the Detroit Police Department for the rest of their lives ” Allen said. “What happens if

Mr. Chuney gets another call to a party store at 3 o’clock in the morning? Somebody always is going to be looking over his shoulder.”

Chuney returned to the department last month and will get his back benefits and pay. His salary was about $35,000 annually. “I like the job,” he said. “I like to help people and make a difference.”

But Talifer, who is still seeking professional help, is unsure if he’ll ever come back. He, too, will get his back pay.

“I feel the city did a grave injustice to me and my partner,” he said. “We were railroaded ... We were there doing our jobs.”


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JUNE 2, 1996

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Union official gets records on ex-postmaster

ROYAL OAK, From Page 1

All the records, including a document titled “Travel History of Daniel Presilla,” have entries of varying amounts paid to Presilla from 1992 to 1995. All were postal service records obtained by Withers, who believes the records show Presilla worked in other states for periods of time over the past four years.

“They raise a lot of questions,” said Withers. “And I want answers to them.”

Postal officials declined to comment about Withers’ request and could not provide any information about Presilla.

“He’s been retired for years, hasn’t he?” said Mark Rask, who works

Daniel Presilla out1 ^ Postal media office in

Chicago. “There’s no record of him in

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the system now.”

The Detroit Sunday Journal detailed in January how Withers has sought accountability for the day of the shootings. Withers filed a recent labor complaint after being denied access to files he was promised in an agreement with postal officials in exchange for dropping earlier labor complaints. Withers has since relayed many of his discoveries to U.S. Sen. Carl Levin’s office in hopes of reopening a congressional investigation into the shootings.

“I couldn’t believe it when I started reading some of the records I obtained,” said Withers, who searched for answers to the incident for nearly five years. “When I started asking for more records or what these meant, doors started shutting real fast.”

The Journal reached Presilla living in retirement in Florida. He denied that he has been working for the postal service - in any capacity - and said he doesn’t know why people keep asking questions about him.

And a day that changed his life forever is such a distant memory that Presilla said he could not recall Mcllvane’s name and had to be reminded of it.

“It’s been almost five years,” said Presilla. “I don’t think ... I don’t talk much about it all. Reporters, even some shows like ‘20/20’ have asked me for interviews, but I’m really not interested in doing anything like that. I’ve purposely stayed out of the fire and that’s the way I like it.

“The key factor that you’ve got to look at is I got there in January 1990 and that man ... I can’t even remember his name now,” said Presilla. “Oh, yeah, Mcllvane. That’s it. He was removed in August 1990, but he was getting in trouble from the beginning. By the time I got there he was already lost. He was gone.”

Presilla, 59, indicated his break with the post office and Michigan was not enjoyable. He remembers having armed guards outside his Troy home because of death threats after the shootings.

“No I haven’t been working or been a consultant,” he said. “Even if they had approached me I wouldn’t have done it.

“My last day of work was Nov. 15, 1991,” said Presilla. “I went downtown to (Detroit regional postmaster) John Horne’s office and he relieved me. That was the last day I did any work for the post office. And good riddance. I was bitter. In business you have to have a scapegoat.... I know how it works. I spent 37 years in postal service.”

Hudson’s building faces wrecking ball

Presilla said Withers and others demonized him when all he was doing was carrying out policy handed down by the postmaster general.

“I had no agenda when I went there” in Royal Oak, said Presilla. “It was a trying time for the postal system. There was downsizing. There was automation. There were jobs eliminated. It just happened on my watch. The union didn’t like it. But I had to carry out instructions.

“I don’t hold any animosity, but it could have been handled better,” said Presilla. “The Postal Service could have handled this all differently.”

Presilla said the Royal Oak postal carriers union was “especially militant”

“I had been to six or seven places but I had never seen anything like this,” said Presilla. “It was incredible. The disdain. How they would look at you. It was incredible. And it had gone on forever.

“I don’t want to make it sound like I was picked on, but some of this stuff should have never happened. It should have been shut down before it got out of control and they should have contained the situation.”

Presilla said Mcllvane should never have been hired and only “got in on appeal.”

“The way it’s set up is that unless you have actually killed somebody we’ve got to hire you,” Presilla said. “You have no idea how difficult it is to

Journal staff and wire reports

DETROIT - The 115-year-old J.L. Hudson’s department store in downtown Detroit is slated for the wrecking ball. “Right now, it’s a blight on the city, a symbol of defeat,” said Bud Liebler, Chrysler vice-president of marketing and communications. “It would be a symbol of movement and progress to get it torn down.”

Liebler’s comment followed an announcement of the planned demolition made Friday at the Greater Detroit Chamber of Commerce Conference on Mackinac Island by manage under these conditions.”

Withers points to the congressional “A Post Office Tragedy: The Shooting At Royal Oak” which details how after Presilla was appointed postmaster, “supervisors became more confrontational and grievances increased dramatically.” Discipline was used to harass, coerce and intimidate workers. The federal probe also found Mcllvane was subjected to petty discipline. The inquiry found the conduct of one supervisor, Chris Carlisle, as “reprehensible.”

Carlisle - who was slain by Mcllvane - was brought to Royal Oak by Presilla after the two had worked together at the Indianapolis post office.

“They just brought their problems to Royal Oak,” said Withers.

Liebler’s boss, Chrysler CEO and Detroit Renaissance Chairman Robert J. Eaton. Eaton said the Hudson’s site on Woodward Avenue has become more valuable since General Motors announced it was taking over the Renaissance Center.

Once some pending lawsuits are settled, Eaton said, the downtown landmark will be leveled to make way for development. A federal lawsuit has been filed by the Unity Community Church, which claims to own the building. A U.S. District Court hearing on the matter is set for June 12.


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JUNE 2, 1996

Metro Beach safe but public still leery

By Gene Schabath

Journal Staff Writer

Metropolitan Beach’s Lake St. Clair swimming area has passed muster with the Macomb County Health Department, but park authorities say it will take time to lure swimmers back to the Mt. Clemens-area park.

It still may be several years before the public is confident that the lake water is no longer polluted and huge crowds again flock to Metropolitan Beach, said William Sherman, director of the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority, which manages the park.

That appears to be the long-lasting effect of the summer of 1994, when swimming was banned for 75 days at Metropolitan Beach because bacteria levels exceeded safe standards. Metropolitan Beach was drawing huge crowds to the park two summers ago; but ever since the pollution scare hit, the attendance hasn’t been the same. Financial losses in 1994 were estimated at $750,000.

Metropolitan Beach has recently passed a battery of tests conducted by the Macomb County Health Department.

Much of the blame for the pollution was pointed at overflows from combined storm and sanitary sewers, which in some cases pumped millions of gallons of untreated sewage into tributaries that lead into Lake St. Clair.

Last year was different in many respects. Pollution closed the beach to swimming only once in 1995; but even though the weather was ideal for swimming, the crowds stayed away.

“All of our metroparks showed an 8

James Bresciami is superintendent of Metro Beach, which still has low attendance because of pollution problems two years ago. The area has passed tests by the Macomb County Health Department.

to 10 percent increase, because of good summer weather, except for Metro Beach, which was probably down 8 to 10 percent,” Sherman said.

“The Health Department did a great job telling everyone that the waterfront is subject to change at a short notice (in terms of bacteria levels), but people just don’t believe it,” Sherman said. “Those that came to the beach came to sunbathe and not swim, and groups canceled picnics because they were afraid of the park. It’s going to take four to five years to get back to normal.”

The stigma of 1994 even resulted in declines in boat launchings and day sailing at the park. Metropolitan Beach would average as many as 25,000 boat launchings prior to 1994, but had only 15,000 and 17,000 boat launchings, respectively, in the last two years. Daily sailings dropped from 4,300 in 1993 to 2,400 in 1994 and 3,800 last year, Sherman said.

“It’s the mentality of the public,” said park superintendent James Bresciami. “Even that one 24-hour closure of the water last year wiped us out. It gives the public the feeling that ‘hey, it’s really not that good.’ ”

Bacteria levels appear to be down again this year, said Gary White, environmental health supervisor with the Macomb County Health Department. After three weeks of testing, the readings are in the safe range, White said.

Sherman views that as promising because the readings were taken after heavy rainfalls, when bacteria levels sometimes exceed safe standards because of the sewage discharges.


Medicine Bear school hits expansion problems

By Margaret Trimer-Hartley

Journal Education Writer

Fourth-grader Krystal Pelletier, 9, should be proud and happy to be one of the big kids at Medicine Bear Academy in Detroit.

Younger students look up to her, teachers give her more responsibility and, as a member of the top grade at her school, she just feels more grownup.

But instead of enjoying her status, Krystal is worried she’ll have to go someplace else for fifth grade. The K-4 public school of choice, located on the grounds of Historic Fort Wayne on the city’s far west side, might not be expanding to the fifth grade as planned because of space limitations and problems with historical preservation.

“I don’t want to go to a school with fighting and graffiti,” said Krystal, a member of the Chippewa-Ojibwa tribe who lives in southwest Detroit. “It’s neat here and all of my friends are here. I don’t want to have to fit in at another school.”

When Medicine Bear Academy opened in 1994 in the old Headquarters Building of the fort, it housed kindergartners through third-graders.

The school district promised to expand the Native American-centered program by one grade each school year until it went through 12th grade.

This school year, the district added a fourth grade without controversy. But further additions to the building completed in the late 1800s will require renovations and fire code updates, which the director of the Detroit Historical Museums has refused to approve.

“I will not compromise the historical integrity of the building for an ad hoc, short-term solution,” wrote Maud Lyon in a March 8 letter to Detroit Public Schools officials. “I will not authorize any expansion of the Medicine Bear Academy ... until there is a long-term plan for school expansion.”

Lyon could not be reached for comment.

Detroit Public Schools officials are to meet Monday to try to iron out a plan for the next school year. Lyon is expected to attend.

Most of the school’s parents want the school to remain on the grounds of Historic Fort Wayne. It is a secured facility with a park-like environment. An Indian burial ground is nearby.

But without a major breakthrough, the historical preservation issue will block the school’s expansion.

District officials could begin a search for another facility or use a portion of the $1.3-billion bond issue passed last year to build a new school.

“I’m thinking things are moving in a positive direction,” said Judith Mays, assistant principal in charge of the 97-student program. “So many parents are involved and concerned now.”

Medicine Bear Academy emphasizes Native American heroes and teachings, such as respect for the environment and the interconnectedness of all living things. The name of the school implies healing, a positive connotation for a student body that includes many children struggling with low self-esteem and other problems.

It is among only three public schools in the country devoted to Native American culture. About one-third of the students are Native American.

Elaine Walker, Krystal’s grandmother and caretaker, plans to move to a nearby suburb if the district doesn’t expand Medicine Bear Academy. And, she said, she must make those plans sooner rather than later.

“They didn’t look far enough ahead and now we’re all up in the air about next year,” Walker said. “It’s like you give these students all this good stuff for two years and then yank it away from them. That’s like giving a child a lollipop and then taking it away from them after they’ve tasted how good it is.”

Jennifer Pilette is not Native American, but she sends her son, Jeff Pilette Phillips, 9, to Medicine Bear Academy because it is small, emphasizes self-esteem and has teachers who follow their students instead of teaching them for just one year. Jeff is in the fourth grade.

Pilette is afraid the program will be doomed if the district doesn’t follow its expansion plans.

“No one in their right mind would ever plan a K-4 school,” she said. ‘Who wants to uproot their kid for fifth grade and then send them to another school for middle school? ... We need to solve our immediate problem. But then we need to figure out how to keep the promises made to the Native American community. The district promised them that Medicine Bear would be there for them.”


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Dan Zeidler has been named publisher of the Detroit Sunday Journal, succeeding William Brown, who retired last week.

Zeidler, 44, has been an international representative for The Newspaper Guild for seven years.

Before joining the Guild,

Zeidler worked as a reporter for the Canadian Broadcasting Company, in radio and television, for more than 20 years.

“Dan brings a lot of energy to the Sunday Journal,” said Linda Foley, president of the Guild International. “He also brings a lot of experience



in publishing a strike paper, so he’s uniquely qualified to continue the work begun by Bill Brown.” Zeidler and Brown worked together to establish the Sunday Journal, Foley said. And Zeidler is familiar with Detroit, Foley said, because he was assigned here as an organizer after the joint operating agreement was approved, and again for the first five months of the current newspaper strike.

The Sunday Journal is a publication by striking Detroit newspaper workers.


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DEQ enforcement specialist Rhonda Oyer said the Florida divorce files raise new questions on the net worth of John Runco. Oyer said she hopes for access to still more documents, including tax records and bank records for both Oakland Disposal and Runco and his partners.

Then, she said, comes the arduous task of tracking assets as they were moved among companies and people.

“Once assets are shifted, they’re very hard to trace, which is why people do it,“ Oyer said.

Other Runco assets listed in court files include a home in Plymouth, a four-bedroom chalet on 10,000 acres of land, a 46-foot SeaRay boat and several Mercedes automobiles. Kristine Runco also owns a share in a limited partnership in a hazardous waste injection well being built in Romulus. It was transferred to her by her husband.


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The divorce file is a potential gold mine for Michigan regulators hoping to force Oakland Disposal’s former owners to pay for the landfill cleanup. Runco apparently realized that himself in 1994.

“We have spent $500,000 on attorneys since 1990 when the landfill closed to avoid finding our assets," Runco wrote in what appears to be a faxed appeal to his wife. “If we open up our records and holdings, there will be many lawsuits in Michigan, and the court could order payments held and possibl(y) enjoin you in the lawsuits  Please consider this letter

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The Michigan Stand for Children day is scheduled for Oct. 5 at the state Capitol. Organizers are starting to plan the day’s events, but they hope to attract people from around the state who care about children’s well-being.

Saturday’s event, sponsored by the Children’s Defense Fund and 1,200 other organizations, drew thousands from around the country to the Lincoln Memorial. There were sing-a-longs and children’s activities, a young people’s “speak out” about their concerns, an interfaith service and more. Busloads of teachers, parents and concerned citizens left Detroit,

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Outsourcing or layoffs?

Job security is key issue in upcoming contract talks

By Mike Casey

Journal Business Writer

Gary Richards was a victim of one important issue in the upcoming national contract negotiations between the UAW and the Big Three. Richards was furloughed when General Motors Corp. shifted bumper production from its Livonia parts plant to a Canadian company.

“I was one of the fatalities,” said Richards. He and 800 other GM work-

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ers were laid off in 1993.

Fortunately, he was out of work for only about four months and then worked at three different GM plants -though for one of them, he had to drive an hour to Flint. He finally landed a pipe fitter’s job at the automaker’s Romulus Engine Plant about a year ago.

Richards, who’s 43 and a UAW member for 21 years, said something needs to be done to stop job losses from outsourcing.

“I hate to see people lose their jobs. There is just too much at stake. People’s lives, their livelihoods are at stake, and the livelihoods of so many people who depend on the auto industry,” said Richards, who lives with his wife and five children in Westland.

Richards’ sentiments about outsourcing match those of the UAW’s leadership, which sees outsourcing as a threat to the union’s heart and soul: jobs and membership.

The future of the union and its relationship with the Big Three will start to unfold this month. Union and company negotiators will start bargaining June 10 for an agreement to replace one that covers some 400,000 workers which expires in September.

Well before the start of negotiations, the importance of outsourcing became apparent.

In January, Chrysler Corp. Chairman Robert Eaton said he thought outsourcing would be one of the big issues in the upcoming contract talks.

Big Three executives did not want to discuss on the record why outsourcing is such a critical issue, but in private conversation executives say they need the flexibility to move work out of their plants to keep costs down.

Dan Luria, an analyst at the Industrial Technology Institute of Ann Arbor, explained why outsourcing is important to the companies. “They want to maintain as much control as possible over where they invest their capital,” he said.

In past agreements, the UAW has tried to limit outsourcing by establishing procedures that allow workers to show the auto companies they can do the work as competitively as an outside company. If they make a strong case, the work remains in the plant.

The UAW did not have statistics on how often Big Three locals have kept work in house through bidding.

Bob Lent, director of UAW Region 1, said GM, Ford and Chrysler locals in his Detroit region were successful a little more than half the time in stopping outside companies from taking work from UAW-represented plants.

“It’s a hell of a never-ending battle,” said Lent. “We’ve had some success and some times when we haven’t been so successful.”

Indeed. Big Three UAW membership stood at 525,000 in 1990 and is down to 400,000 now. Some of the job losses came from plant closings, efficiencies, sales of businesses and outsourcing.

Outsourcing can put a plant out of existence. The Delco Chassis Plant in Livonia, where Richards used to work, shows hovv it happens, often bit by bit.

The plant was built in 1954 and has manufactured chrome bumpers, leaf and coil springs and other suspension components. In the early ’60s, employment reached 3,500. Booming business kept the plant active.

Richards recalled starting work in 1973 on the production line. “They took just about anybody they could get.” The pace, however, was killing, and many workers left after a short time, he said.

The plant had its difficulties in the ’70s and ’80s as oil shocks and import cars took business away from GM.

Then about three years ago, the truck bumper business went to A.G. Simpson plants in Canada that are represented by the Canadian Auto Workers union, said Bill Crews, pres-ident-elect of Local 262 at the Livonia plant.

Crews said his research found that the Canadian workers made more an hour than the GM Livonia employees, but Canada’s lower health care costs and the cheaper dollar made Livonia’s hourly labor costs $9 higher than in the plants in Canada.

After losing 800 bumper-related jobs, the remaining 1,100 hourly and salaried workers tried to keep the plant alive with production of struts and leaf springs for GM trucks.

The local agreed to special contract concessions to help make the plant profitable, but in January Delco Chassis announced it would phase out leaf springs and struts over four years because the plant failed to meet productivity and quality standards.

“It was a customer decision,” said Delco Chassis spokesman Jim Hagedon. The move will eliminate all but 250 jobs to continue production of

coil springs.

Local 262 Shop Chairman Charlie Lewis said he’s angered by the decision. “We’re being denied a chance to bid on the work,” he said. In May, Local 262 authorized its leadership to strike over health and safety and subcontracting issues.

The local, which must receive approval from the international to go on strike, cannot strike over outsourcing because it is not a strikeable issue.

Some UAW officials want outsourcing to be made a strike issue in the upcoming contracts. Others favor putting language in contracts that would add the UAW plant’s fixed costs such as utilities and taxes to the outside contractor’s bid, making it more difficult for the automakers to shift work to the outside.

Regardless of what the UAW and Big Three work out on outsourcing, the issue likely will remain a contentious one between the union and the companies.

Richards will follow it carefully. He feels confident that his job at the engine plant is secure, because engines are a key component that the automakers will not want to outsource. He hopes to retire from there years from now. But he wants to see security - not outsourcing - in the futures of other UAW workers, too.


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JUNE 2, 1996

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Top union leaders gather in Washington

By John Lippert

Journal Labor Writer

As contract talks between the Teamsters and Detroit Newspapers plodded along at a snail’s pace last week, top-level union leaders arranged a meeting in Washington on Monday for a full-blown review of the city’s 10-v2-month-old newspaper strike.

John Sweeney, president of the AFL-CIO, will chair Monday’s meet-

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ing. Rich Trumka, the federation’s secretary-treasurer, and Ed Burke, the Detroit strike coordinator, will participate, along with international presidents of the Teamsters, Newspaper Guild, Graphic Communications and Communications Workers unions, and Detroit-area leaders from each union.

They’ll discuss all aspects of the strike, including bargaining, picketing and boycott efforts, legal options and alternate tactics.

The unusual meeting, union leaders said, reflects the fact that the Detroit strike is viewed nationwide as a key test of unions’ ability to survive.

On Thursday, Teamsters officials concluded their contract talks with the News and Free Press were headed nowhere after hearing a simple report: “Jaske’s in Europe.”

Gerald Zero, secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 705 from Chicago, brought messages of solidarity to a rally at the Detroit Free Press building, where 50 other Chicago Teamsters joined strikers and supporters.

John Jaske is an assistant general counsel at Gannett Co. Inc., which owns the News. He testified recently that he has sole authority to determine labor policies in Gannett’s far-flung publishing, broadcast and cable empire. He’s the prime architect of strike-breaking strategies at the News and Free Press.

Instead of meeting with Teamsters officials, he was vacationing in Europe.

On April 8, the Teamsters tried to restart stalled talks by proposing that both sides embrace work rules in their old contract, except where the contract had been altered by new tentative agreements or new day-to-day work habits. The newspapers said they were encouraged. But in bargaining last week, their spokesman, Timothy Kelleher:

■ Was unable to answer basic questions, like how much replacement workers earn in certain job categories and whether the newspapers intend to honor dozens of tentative agreements reached on work rules after the strike began.

■ Didn’t budge from repeated public statements that the newspapers won’t fire replacement workers, even if unions agree to all the companies’ demands.

■ Proposed pay changes for some classifications, even though the newspapers are charged with violating labor law by reneging on a pledge to bargain over wages jointly with the six striking unions.

The two sides are scheduled to meet again June 10-11. A1 Derey, secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 372, said Friday he didn’t know if the talks will produce real progress.

Union officials are certain, however, that their boycotts are having a big impact. Last week:

■A total of 1,395 advertisers had boycotted the newspapers for more than 30 days, according to striking unions; that’s the highest number since early in the strike. A total of 715 advertisers continued to appear.

■ The Sterling Heights printing plant printed an average of 152,000 daily copies of the News, according to an individual in the plant. That’s down 30,000 from a month earlier, and down more than 50 percent since the beginning of the strike. The plant printed 435,000 daily copies of the Free Press; that’s up significantly from a month earlier, because of special promotional campaign. Paid circulation is less, because press-run numbers include many papers that are scrapped.

■ Heath Meriwether, Free Press publisher, warned staff members that the Audit Bureau of Circulation will soon report paid circulation far lower than the newspapers have admitted. In fact, Meriwether told staffers, the newspapers are already preparing formal challenges to ABC’s figures. This could force a recount, and delay public release of the figures for months.

■ Meriwether and other Free Press officials are pestering their superiors at Knight-Ridder Inc. in Miami for authority to hire more workers, saying current staffers are overworked and demoralized, and are beginning to leave in accelerating numbers.

As part of a coordinated media attack last week, the Detroit News carried a front-page story on the role Ed Burke played as coordinator of a strike at the Pittston Coal Group Inc. in Virginia in 1989. The story sought to portray the strike as violent, with detailed figures on shattered windshields and slashed tires. The story did not report that:

■ The strike was sparked when Pittston eliminated health coverage for retirees, widows and disabled miners.

■ The strike was successful, in that it led to a contract which reinstated those benefits, and provided other union gains. Elizabeth Dole, then secretary of labor, helped mediate.

■ Three-quarters of 3,600 arrests were of strikers and family members engaging in planned and nonviolent civil disobedience. All but 13 of the discharge cases were later dropped; those 13 went to arbitration. Fines totaling $64 million against the United Mine Workers of America also were dropped.

Burke said Detroit Newspapers is using the same private security firms he’s been up against at Pittston and in other strikes. With News reporters whipping up public anxiety, Burke said, “I’d be surprised if the security firms are not now planning to stage acts of violence.”

The move, he said, could come as a response to increased picketing and protests by striking workers in recent weeks. This past week, strikers jammed gas stations selling the News and Free Press. They marched on the homes of columnists Pete Waldmeir and Mike Duffy. On Thursday, 200 protesters packed the lobby of a Marriott hotel in Ypsilanti, where the newspapers were holding a management retreat. They included a busload of Chicago Teamsters, who donated $2,500 to the strikers. “Our local feels that wherever there’s a picket sign, we should be helping as best we can,” said Gerald Zero, secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 705 in Chicago.

This week, strikers plan to concentrate on advertisers who are still using the newspapers. They’re also planning a demonstration for the week of June 9, when 3,000 delegates from the Communications Workers of America will be at the Westin Hotel.

Finally, from the “It’s Hard to Get Good Help” file: James W. Case is a press operator who’s crossed picket lines in several strikes, according to Graphic Communications Local 13N. On May 26, he appeared at a picket line at the Sterling Heights plant brandishing a gun and yelling, “I’m a scab. What are you going to do about it?” No charges were immediately filed.



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The recent announcement by General Motors that it would become the sole owner - and sole tenant - of the Renaissance Center should fill longtime Detroiters with a glimmer of optimism tempered with a dash of skepticism.

GM’s move raises questions


Simply put, for Detroit it’s one of those “good news if’ stories with the emphasis on the “if.”

The clear winner here is GM, which gets a modern office complex for about $75 million, less than one-quarter of what it cost to build the RenCen in the 1970s.

Price aside, as anyone who’s ever bought a house knows, the three most important things in real estate are location, location and location. Standing tall on the edge of the Detroit River, the RenCen has that in spades for a company seeking a dynamic headquarters for the 21st Century.

The move seems to make Detroit a winner, too, since GM didn’t flee its longtime home in the city’s New Center for a berth in the ‘burbs. GM is to be congratulated for this. And that’s the take most observers had on the news.

But here’s where the Big If comes in. Currently, the RenCen is occupied by banks, financial and law firms and other auto businesses, including Ford Motor Company. Where do they go when their leases expire? To the suburbs?

In many cases, that’s likely, since downtown Detroit has a shortage of Class A office space. Firms that left

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the Penobscot, Buhl and Guardian buildings for the RenCen years ago are not apt to move back into those 1930s-era buildings.

With such exceptions as the Fox Theatre and the radically renovated Detroit Opera House, downtown’s record on first-class remodeling of its older buildings leaves much to be desired.

For if GM’s move merely becomes a Poletown for the 1990s - in which several thousand jobs are moved to a new urban location at great expense and pain with no net gain - then Detroit will surely be the loser.

No simple answers

Fortunately, GM is making its move over the next 3-5 years. That gives enough time for another tower to rise at or near the RenCen or perhaps next to One Detroit Center, that nouveau-Gothic skyscraper a block north of the City-County Building.

Who will step forward with the money and vision to do that? Again, the city’s record does not inspire wild dancing in the streets.

The big loser in all this seems to be the New Center area, GM’s longtime home. Though the automaker has pledged a team effort and funds to find new tenants and a new use for its old world headquarters, what remains is a 1920s building divided by many walls with windows featuring air conditioners hanging from them.

Here again, Detroit’s record on reusing such space is less than stellar. What the New Center most definitely does not need fronting West Grand Boulevard is an empty edifice the size of downtown’s long-shuttered Hudson’s department store.

Still, many New Center folks are upbeat, noting that they will only be losing about 25 percent of their total of office workers with GM’s departure.

In other cities, planners would already be hard at work designing an adaptive re-use for GM’s current headquarters, perhaps with quality residential units on the upper floors, offices in the middle and a mix of retail on the g1 ound floor to match the neighboring Fisher Building.

GM has made its decision. Our question to Mayor Dennis Archer, the city council and the business community is this: What are you doing to keep the RenCen’s current tenants downtown and what is being done to reuse GM’s current headquarters in the New Center?

Every presidential candidate needs an anti-crime program, and Sen. Robert Dole unveiled his last week. It won’t surprise you that it consists of more prisons, longer sentences and tougher judges.

Don’t be too hard on the Republican candidate, though. Or on Bill Clinton, who hastens to assure voters that he’s against crime, too, gosh darn it Someday a fearless candidate will tell folks the awful truth: Virtually the only thing that Washington can do about local crime is to send more money to fight it. The funding of 100,000 local police for five years was the most practical provision of the 1995 crime bill, and that was the part the Republicans didn’t like. Neither party has committed itself to increasing or continuing funding for more local police, a step which would be far more useful than demanding that federal judges favor the guillotine and the garrote.

A visible, trusted police presence is not by itself the answer to the crime rates that agitate voters and destroy urban communities, but it’s a part of the answer. It’s also expensive and not very sexy to talk about. That’s true of most of the tough, complex reforms that could have a real impact on crime, especially on violent crime by juveniles, the one category that is truly rising and is the most frightening to Americans.

Calling for harsh, adult sentences for 12-year-old killers sounds good to some people, for example, but it affects only the occasional sub-teen sociopath. It does nothing to or for thousands of other young offenders who pass through the juvenile justice system, receiving neither help nor punishment until they do something heinous enough to get themselves on the evening news. Whether your taste is for more incarceration, or for more social and remedial programs, doing something meaningful about those thousands of young offenders requires more energy and more money than most candidates are willing to talk about - or than most voters are willing to hear.

Mr. Dole is not the only contender to opt for easily digestible sound bites when talking about crime. When he talks about longer sentences and more prisons, though, let us point out that the Michigan prison population has tripled in 20 years, and the federal pens are bulging with drug offenders who will have gray hair and arthritis before they get out - all because of the longer mandatory sentences decreed by Congress and the state Legislature. Many states now have to spend as much or more on corrections as they do on education.

Do most people feel that the streets are safer now than before the prison-building orgy began? We doubt it.

As for those judges Mr. Dole is complaining about, the senator himself voted to confirm 182 of Mr. Clinton’s 185 appointees to the federal bench, so they can’t be all that bad. Federal judge-bashing has become such a scripted quadrennial rite that except in rare instances it no longer does serious harm. The trouble is that, like most of the “solutions” to the crime problem you’ll hear this season, it doesn’t do any good, either.

We’d be better off, Messrs. Dole and Clinton, if you’d stick to debating trade policy and the minimum wage. Don’t forget to send the money for those police officers, though.


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It’s time for strikers to take a conscientious stand

By Dia Pearce

Now is the time for Detroit News, Detroit Free Press and Detroit Newspaper strikers - still more than two thousand strong - to stand up, or in this case, sit down!

Civil disobedience is a well-established tactic that was effectively used in the civil rights struggle. It’s also being used in our strike by a citizens’ group called Readers United.

Members - including religious leaders, teachers, politicians, union officials, veterans, and strikers’ parents -have peacefully blocked entrances to the News and the Free Press. Readers United invites a different group to take part each week, and so far, the honor roll of those arrested on our behalf totals nearly 300 supporters.

They argue, and I agree, that it’s time to tell the companies that enough is enough. Strikers have been tear-gassed, run over by trucks, and beaten by both police and company-paid

thugs.

The newspapers and their federally sanctioned joint operating business agency obviously need to be reminded that we strikers will not permit our jobs to be taken from us simply because the company says we’ve been “permanently replaced.”

These companies must do real bargaining, bargaining that doesn’t begin with “all replacement workers must stay.” In so saying, company negotiators can pretend to bargain because they know that such a condition will never be acceptable to striking unions.

I will not give up my job or my rights as an employee without a fight. If we do not protect our rights, we will work more hours, make less money and struggle to pay for health insurance for ourselves and our families.

This is not the time - nearly 11 months into this strike - to stop fighting for our rights. In fact, I believe now is the moment to up the ante. Civil disobedience is one strong way to do so.

Faced with the decision to fight to keep union representation or go on strike, I chose to stand with my union sisters and brothers. This is not a financial strike. It’s a strike to preserve our right to have strong unions. I believe in the collective bargaining process, and I believe there is a need for unions.

Some people don’t need a union, because their companies are fair and just, and treat them well. That’s fine. But I also know that many companies don’t treat their employees well. Sometimes the abuse of employees is subtle, but it is abuse nonetheless. Unions often offer the only watchdog employees have to protect them from corporate abuses.

I have yet to regret my decision to strike. If we stand tall and hold strong to our beliefs, we strikers will prevail.

But civil disobedience may have costs for strikers.

If we are involved in civil disobedience, we risk arrest - usually on misdemeanor charges, about as serious as a traffic ticket - and fines.

We may also be fired. It remains a mystery to me how we could be fired from jobs we have been told that we no longer have. Remember, we have been replaced, or so the companies have told us over and over and over.

The decision to take part in civil disobedience is personal, one that can be made by each striker only after searching his or her conscience and heart. No one, not even your nearest and dearest, can help with this one.

But I have decided, for myself, that the reasons I am on strike are so serious and so important that any penalty is worth the inconvenience.

Dia Pearce is a 20-year employee of the Detroit News and a striking member of the Newspaper Guild, Local 22.


Old-time ward elections dangerous choice for Detroiters

Councilwoman Alberta Tinsley-Williams is a prime example of why we do not need a district election system for the Detroit City Council. As an east side Detroit resident, I find her to be an excellent advocate for my local community’s interests, and still her leadership skills and strong principles benefit the whole city as well. Remember, it was Alberta Tinsley-Williams, the community activist, who led a campaign to limit billboards advertising alcohol and tobacco, a good idea not just for the east side, but the whole city.

As for returning to the pre-1918 district system, I believe the history of Detroit politics shows that local government corruption, particularly in the legislative branch, was rampant prior to 1918. At one point under the old ward system, as many as half of the Detroit Common Council members were either in prison or under indictment!

Detroit is a patchwork of many culturally and ethnically diverse communities, bonded together as one corporate entity. A district election system would promote cut-throat competition

Write us at the Journal

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for city services between different parts of the city. It would divide us, instead of bringing us together to achieve a common goal of having good services for all.

As for the cost of seeking election to an at-large office, one need not be a council member in order to become active in politics or work to improve one’s local community. Precinct delegates and block captains are just two examples of opportunities for persons who want to be leaders in the political arena.

I do agree with the good councilwoman that “it’s what happens in our neighborhoods that really matters.” And when it comes to the Detroit City Council looking out for my neighborhood’s interests, 18 eyes are better than two.

Philip S. Brown

Detroit

Great job, however ...

I’m proud of the job that the staff of the Detroit Sunday Journal has done in its effort to bring news to the public, and to educate that same public about the true facts behind the newspaper strike and the corporate manipulation by the Detroit Newspapers in their effort to break the unions.

I’m quite upset, however, about the May 19 Detroit Sunday Journal.

In Susan Watson’s article, she insinuates that proposed changes to the Detroit Recorder’s Court are racially motivated. Due to the current strike I don’t have all the facts or means of readily obtaining the facts. If Ms. Watson does, then by all means, please print them along with the names of the legislators and their party affiliation. Then you can state if the changes appear to be racial or not. As Sgt. Joe Friday use to say, “Just the facts, ma’am.”

As to Mrs. Montemurri’s article, it would appear that she has written an editorial rather than a news article in the way she treats George Hart, “another state senator from Dearborn who doesn’t even live in the 15th Congressional District,” and “the only white person among the Democratic contenders.”

Don’t get me wrong, just because my address is in Dearborn. That’s not why I’m writing to you. I grew up near Warren and Scotten avenues. We didn’t have a “racially integrated” neighborhood. We had one rather large family instead. As Mr. Wynn, my next-door neighbor, used to say: “It’s just that my tan is a little darker than yours.” We took care of each other. We watched out for each other.

I’m sure that when presented with the facts, the voters in the 15th Congressional District will make a decision on who is best suited for the job.

Richard P. Kawucha

Dearborn

Reasonable solution

The Detroit News and Free Press have sworn loyalty to scab workers while their striking workers have undergone more and more hardship. These striking workers were willing to give up everything when the JO A was approved. They fought hard to support these papers and they took many concessions while the papers got back on their feet. For all of their loyalty, this is how they were repaid.

Some of these striking workers are in their late forties and early fifties. Where are they supposed to find jobs that would give them the quality of life they had before corporate greed took over? At this point in their lives, they should be planning their future retirement, not raiding their hard-earned retirement funds to keep the bills paid, and worrying if they are going to lose their homes.

If not for the scab replacements, this strike would have ended months ago. I urge President Clinton to continue the fight against the replacement workers law and have this terrible law overturned. All American workers want is a fair shake and a decent job with a decent salary. When companies can hire replacement workers, the unions have no tools with which to bargain, leaving them to the mercy of greedy board members who care only to line their pockets at the expense of American workers.

Why are we wasting tax dollars with National Labor Relations Board hearings and tying up our overloaded courts, when we could have settled this with fair bargaining? The News and the Free Press have played with our lives for too long. We will remember, come November, who was there for labor and who was there for the greedy CEOs.

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Auto bash shifts Detroit into high gear

By Martha Hindes

Journal Automotive Writer

Does a classy sports car send your pulse racing? Does a Model T Ford puttering down the road turn your head?

If you love cars or you’re one of the thousands of collectors who likes to show off hot wheels, you’re likely to be on the run this month.

Driving the car culture in June will be the national centennial automobile birthday bash June 16-23, complete with thousands of collector cars and trucks.

There won’t be any streets painted gold in the city as there were a half-century ago when the nation, still euphoric over a World War II victory, celebrated the auto industry’s Golden Jubilee. Instead, look for a week of events topped by a grand parade to honor the machine that cranked up the industry a hundred years ago and made Detroit the hub of the auto world.

Incidentally, Detroit isn’t the birthplace of the auto industry. It started in Springfield, Mass., in 1896 when the Duryea brothers managed to produce 13 vehicles from the same design on the first-ever auto assembly line. But their success spurred Henry Ford to perfect the concept a few years later.

With the new technology and his workers earning an unprecedented $5 a day, mass production of automobiles became a reality.

Some special events already are beginning in metro Detroit for the national 100th anniversary observance, such as several museum exhibits.

The official celebration week concludes with a weekend party at the Michigan State Fairgrounds topped by the National Auto 100 Parade of 2,000 vintage or other collector cars and trucks, headed by “Tonight Show” host and car enthusiast Jay Leno as grand marshal. Owners will receive commemorative porcelain Michigan

See AUTO, Page 13

Auto centennial events

In June:

■ “Eyes on the Classics” car show at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford Estate in Grosse Pointe Shores, June 14-16.

■ “Motor Muster” with antique and classic cars at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, June 15-16.

■ Antique Automobile Club of America Centennial Meet in Dearborn with 1,500-plus vehicles, June 17-22.

■A June 20 Classic car “Cruise-In” rumbles through Detroit’s Greektown sponsored by the American Automotive Centennial Commission.

■ The Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn will have its dedication ceremony June 19.

■ How Detroit’s auto barons lived, in tours including the Ford home, Dodge family’s Meadow Brook Hall and the Fisher Mansion (GM’s “Body by Fisher”). ■A six-month display of rare books, photos and other items from the National Automotive History Collection at the Detroit Main Library on Woodward at Kirby.

■ The Detroit Historical Museum, site of a permanent working assembly line display, and the starting point of an auto industry-labor union tour of the city’s transition to an industrialized society. Included: the famed Detroit Institute of Arts’ Diego Rivera mural.

For fees and information, call 1 -800-DETROIT or write the Metropolitan Detroit Convention & Visitors Bureau at 100 Renaissance Center, Suite 126,

Detroit 48243.


If you attend the Olympic Games this summer, you will be impressed by more than new athletic records and feats of physical grace. You will be introduced to an innovation that will reduce the weight of coins in your pocket and make it far easier to dispense small change.

Cash cards will change the way we pay


A few weeks ago, the National Consumers League invited consumer leaders to a conference on “Cashing in on the Cashless Society,” a study of the world to come, financially speaking. At most national conferences, the attendees are given gifts of plastic tote bags, key chains and coffee mugs. This session was classier. We got money cards worth $20 - sort of.

The Visa Cash card will be introduced at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta by NationsBank, one of the Olympic sponsors. It has the same size and appearance as any plastic credit card, but its function is quite different. With the card, you won’t fumble for small change to use in vending machines that offer coffee, soda,

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snacks or newspapers. Just insert the card and remove your merchandise.

The card stores a specified prepaid dollar amount in a “smart” chip, ranging from $5 to $100. Each time you use it, you insert it into a card reader, which displays the current balance and deducts the purchase. After you use up the prepaid amount, you simply toss it out (That raises an environmental question, I don’t think it’s biodegradable.)

At present, the cards and the technology will be available only in Atlanta and, later this year, on a test basis in a few New York City areas. Eventually Visa Cash will be operating wherever a logo is displayed, in gasoline stations, fast food outlets, pay

phones, convenience stores or vending machines.

Presently, there is no fee attached when you buy the card. If you pay for a $20 card, that’s how much you can spend. NationsBank’s promotional material says, “Thereafter, it’s not yet known if banks issuing the card will be assessing fees.” Knowing how these charges creep in, my guess is that we will pay for the use.

Consumers can buy the cards from the issuing banks regardless of whether they have accounts there. Because they have been prepaid, there are no digit numbers or PIN numbers to remember, or signatures to check. Basically, the card is a form of cash. If you lose it, think of it as a missing $20 bill, you’re out of luck.

As this was a meeting of consumer professionals, you can be sure lots of questions were raised. Once the cards were sold, did the banks establish escrow funds to guarantee payment to the vending machine owners? If a consumer did not use the full value,

were refunds available for the balance? Advance payment for the cards could generate a large pool of money. Who keeps the interest on that sum? Will that be used to replace fees? And what if the issuing company closes?

That last question is based on experience. Travelers here and in foreign countries are already familiar with phone cards, based on the same technology, which can be used for pay phones. A Detroit based long-distance company called TLC issued prepaid cards which were purchased through airport shops and other retail outlets. Although the initial experience was good, the company ran into cash flow problems, and filed for bankruptcy. Card holders are stuck with plastic which can’t be used.

Can I use my $20 card in Atlanta? No. It was good only for the Coke machine at the conference - one to a customer, please.

Esther Shapiro is the director of the City of Detroit Consumer Affairs Department.


THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL

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JUNE 2, 1996

It’s that time of year again. Lilacs are fading and temperatures are rising. We’ve skipped spring, but summer awaits with its promise of carefree days, time outdoors and easy comforts.

So what’s a working woman to do?

She’s still got to work. She’s still got client or planning meetings. And she’s got to enjoy the season.

So skip the pantyhose. Go barelegged whenever and wherever you can. Pick out some professional shorts or a long swinging skirt that will sit well at the office and on a picnic table.

Let me be clear here: I’m advocating a warm embrace of career casual clothes, not throwing on cutoffs and a T-shirt and heading into corporate headquarters.

And I’m suggesting that most women’s legs need not be sheathed in sheers or protected by pantyhose at work all day. After all, most women’s lower appendages spend the better part of eight hours on the job tucked under a desk or hidden behind a cashier’s stand.

Yet when I proposed the no-pantyhose route in a column two years ago, many women screamed that leaving their hose at home would strip them of their professionalism.

Sorry, ladies, but if your professionalism depends on pantyhose for its punch, then you’re just as likely to lose it if you halt the hairspray or pass on pearls or bag the blazer. Professionalism comes from your attitude, expertise and approach to the job, not what you wear.

Detroit shifts into high gear

AUTO, From Page 12

license plates made exclusively for vehicles participating in the parade.

The parade, at 1 p.m., Sunday, June 23, will slowly wend its way west on Eight Mile Road from Farwell Field near Ryan to the fairgrounds, passing through all three southeastern Michigan counties on the way.

While U.S. or international vehicle owners who want to be in the parade need to register by Wednesday with the Auto 100 Parade Committee, anyone can bring a treasured car or truck to the “Great American Cruise-In” the Saturday before the parade, according to fairgrounds manager John Hertel. That’s a day-long party with cars on display, carnival rides for the kids and a number of concessions and entertainment.

A ’50s hot rod or ’78 Pontiac Trans Am is just as welcome as a restored Model T Ford or an imposing Packard.

Hertel, who lobbied the American Automobile Centennial Commission, headquartered in Detroit, for the 100th anniversary parade, said his

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Wearing casual clothes to work is a trend that’s catching on quickly in corporate America. One third of companies now allow casual dress every day, and another 42 percent skip ties and suits once a week, according to research by Levi Strauss & Co. and the Society for Human Resource Management.

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UNITED AUTO WORKERS ASK OUR UNION BROTHERS OF THE DETROIT TIGERS;

Do you remember when scabs stepped up to bat at Tiger Stadium and all of the Unions stepped up to bat for you by not attending ANY scab baseball games?

It’s your turn Tigers, Red Wings, Pistons and Lions. It’s high time for you to step up to bat with all of the other great Unions of this state. STOP GIVING INTERVIEWS TO THE SCAB NEWS AND FREE PRESS!

By casual, we’re talking polo shirts, casual slacks, tennis shoes, flats and, yes, jeans, the Levi survey of human resources managers indicates.

To be sure, there still are many offices where jeans would be as out of place as a bikini, and where a woman who ditches her pantyhose will be as underdressed as if she’d slipped off her silk blouse. If you’re stuck in one of those places, my condolences.

IF PRESIDENT CLINTON DOESN’T GIVE INTERVIEWS TO THE SCABS, WHY SHOULD YOU? REMEMBER, IT COULD BE YOU NEXT TIME!

But those staid and stuffy old spots are gradually giving way to a different approach, even at the headquarters of General Motors and IBM. They see the influence of ever more home-based workers, more people who value their lives as much as their careers, more people who check out credentials and creativity instead of clothing tags or choices.

We are an amalgamated local union, always accepting new members in technical, office, professional and skilled trade occupations.    «

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memories of Detroit’s grand auto days were brought to life by his father’s vivid recollections.

“I always heard my father tell me about the golden anniversary,” he said. “That parade was held before I was born (a few months later) but I always remembered his stories.”

This time, auto pioneers such as Henry Ford I and Oldsmobile founder Ransom E. Olds, who were honored in person in 1946, aren’t alive any longer. That won’t stop the droves of “gear-heads” who follow an annual ritual of lifting their special cars off winter blocks, gassing them up and praying for sunshine so they can show them off on the road.

For parade applications, call toll-free: 1-888-AUTO 100, before Wednesday. “Cruise-In” and parade birthday party tickets ($8 adults; $2 children 12 or younger) are at fairgrounds gates.

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Clinton and Dole mix it up early

Black patients overmedicated

BERKELEY, Calif. - Blacks seeking treatment in three busy California psychiatric emergency wards were often given stronger medications than other patients, a five-year study revealed. Researchers from the University of California-Berkeley found at least a third of the blacks seeking care received twice the dosage of a powerful antipsychotic drug that was given to patients of other races. The researchers found no reason for the dosages, which often were higher than recommended, except for race.

Major gambles on mad cows

BRUSSELS - British Prime Minister John Major has embarked on a high-stakes political gamble in the crisis over mad cow disease. His decision to obstruct the European Union’s operations until it lifts its ban on British beef exports threatens to sour Britain’s already contentious relations with the rest of its European partners, diplomats warned. One called it “British blackmail.” London newspapers, however, loved the prime minister’s apparent play for votes. “Major goes to war at last,” shouted the Daily Mail.

Israeli election seen as blow to peace process

Mission bombers beheaded

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - The Saudi government has executed four Saudi nationals who had confessed to bombing the U.S. military mission in Riyadh last November. The bombing killed seven - including five Americans.

Dishwashers may catch fire

BENTON HARBOR - Whirlpool Corp. is recalling 500,000 Whirlpool and Kenmore dishwashers sold in 1991 and 1992, because they could catch fire. Whirlpool said owners should stop using the diswashers and call for free repair service in their homes. Whirlpool owners can call 800-874-9481, Kenmore owners 800-927-1625.

’60s counterculture guru dies

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -Timothy Leary, a cultural icon of the 1960s, died Friday at his home in Beverly Hills. Leary, who was fired from his post as a professor at Harvard University because of his advocacy of LSD use, revealed in August 1995 that he was suffering from terminal prostate cancer. He was 75.

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By Helen Thomas

UP I White House Reporter

WASHINGTON - President Bill Clinton and Sen. Bob Dole, the apparent GOP presidential nominee, appear to be headed into one vicious campaign if the current mudslinging is any indication.

The personal attacks against the president are hitting a crescendo - in the early stages of the campaign -while the White House has been firing back salvos against Dole whenever the occasion arises.

The GOP is trying to establish “character” and “family values” as bat-tlefronts for November, but those warmed-over issues could cool considerably between now and then.

Clinton has accused the GOP, with some success, of raising peripheral issues to keep “the people in turmoil.” Dole’s strategists may still believe they can hit political pay dirt by resurrecting the morality and character issue with Clinton.

They may also hope to find high-ground political positions by stressing

By Peter F. Sisler

United Press International

WASHINGTON - Israeli voters who last week narrowly elected rightist Binyamin Netanyahu to be their next leader have struck a blow against the Middle East peace process, say some analysts and diplomats.

The weak support among Jewish voters for Prime Minister Shimon Peres and his vision of peace is a message that Arab governments see as a snub, they said.

“If the Israeli people don’t want peace, it is going to be very difficult for the Arab masses to accept continuing peace negotiations,” one Arab diplomat said. With Netanyahu’s victory, he said, “it’s going to be very difficult for us to sell peace.”

Likud party challenger Netanyahu - promising Israelis greater security against terrorist attacks - won the prime minister’s race by less than one percent of the vote. Among Jewish voters, he outpolled Peres by more than

10 percent. Peres nearly made up the deficit by gaining votes from Israeli Arabs, who make up 13 percent of the electorate. But it wasn’t enough.

“The results are not good news for the peace process,” said William Quandt, an associate at the Brookings Institution. If Netanyahu’s Likud

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Dole’s World War II record against the president’s failure to serve in the Vietnam War. Republicans are already hooting about Commander-in-Chief Clinton’s embarrassing retreat last week from his attempt to delay a trial on Paula Jones’ sexual harassment suit by citing a law that protects military personnel from civil actions.

Then there’s Whitewater. Clinton associates Jim and Susan McDougal and Gov. Jim Guy Tucker were found guilty last week in a Whitewater-related fraud case. Another trial begins June 17 in Arkansas, in which two Arkansas bankers are accused of

11 felonies involving Clinton’s 1990 re-election campaign.

Despite the GOP’s delight at these embarrassments, the subject of “family values” has its pitfalls. Clinton said he is always suspicious of those who proclaim their piety.

Likud Party supporters celebrate outside the hotel where party leader Binyamin Netanyahu was awaiting final results from last week's Israeli elections. He was elected prime minister in a close race over Shimon Peres.

party forms the next government in coalition with other right-wing parties, as expected, “the peace process is going to come to a halt for some time,” Quandt said.

Although Netanyahu has pledged to continue the negotiations, his positions include supporting Jewish settlers in disputed territory, maintaining Jerusalem as a united Israeli capital, retaining the Golan Heights and opposing Palestinian statehood. His

So far, it is Clinton who has been riding high in the polls, while Dole’s bombshell plan to drop out of the Senate by June 11 has not made a dent.

The American voters may not buy into the negativism on either side, and the candidates may have to ease up to get their attention. Political observers say it is unusual for a sitting president to mix it up with a challenger so early in the campaign.

There is no doubt, though, that the front-loaded campaign is on in earnest, and it is bound to become more intense. Whether the “character” or “family values” issues do the trick for Dole remains to be seen. Clinton is expected to stay with the pocketbook issues and to proclaim that His administration has led the way back to prosperity.

Maybe it really will boil down to what columnist Franklin P. Adams wrote in 1944: “Elections are won by men and women because most people vote against somebody rather than for somebody.”

stance on all these issues runs counter to the peace negotiations that were framed by Peres and his supporters in the Clinton administration.

Quandt said relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors could return to the icy conditions that marked the 1980s, when a Likud government expanded Jewish settlements on the West Bank and repressed Palestinian efforts for autonomy.



JUNE 2, 1996


There’s lots of music to soothe finals week


The Chicago Bulls’ victory parade, also called the NBA Finals, begins this week. So do the Stanley Cup Finals. So do a lot of new network summer series that look pretty flimsy even by summer-replacement standards. But above all, it’s a grand time for singing, with musical jewels both on broadcast and cable.



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■ That’s Italian! beginning at 2:30 today, Channel 56 - Order a pizza, uncork some vino and snuggle into

your leather sofa for a day celebrating things Italiano as part of WTVS’s three-day “Go for the Goal” programming fest. At 2:30 p.m., Sir Peter Ustinov hosts “Inside the Vatican,” a four-hour tour of the art, architecture and history of the papal palace.

Airing at 6:30 p.m. is the film “Little Italy,” an award-winning look at the evolution of Italian-American culture by San Franciso documentarian Will Parrinello. At 8 p.m., it all concludes with the spectacular oceanside concert “Pavarotti on Miami Beach.” (By the way, folkie Peter Yarrow appears live in the Channel 56 studios during the broadcast “Peter, Paul & Mary,” at 8:30 p.m. Monday.)

■ America’s Music: The Roots of Country, 7 tonight, TBS - Send up a “Ya-HOO!” for this ambitious, information-packed, entertaining six-hour documentary that glorifies country music not for the overwhelmingly popular phenomenon it has become but for its 75 years of mirroring a nation’s spirit and soul. Presented in two-hour blocks on consecutive Sundays, Parts I and II trace the birth of country from Appalachia into a commercial art form through such talents as Chet Atkins and Jimmie Rogers and the Western Swing of “singing cowboys” like Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. (Each block will be repeated at 10:35 p.m. the following Monday, and the entire six hours will air at 12:05 p.m. June 29.)

■ The 50th Annual Tony Awards,

9 tonight, CBS (Channel 62 in Detroit) - Nathan Lane, the “Birdcage” co-star who was disarm-ingly hilarious in his moment on this year’s Oscar telecast, tries to extend that charm a little longer as host of Broadway’s night live from New York’s Majestic Theatre. He’ll need it. Tony’s golden anniversary has been tarnished by the controversy of Julie


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songs from “State Fair.” Lane, a nominee himself for “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” may be too excited to notice.

■ The Last Frontier, 8:30 p.m. Monday, Fox (Channel 2 in Detroit) -Trying to mine all those laughs “Northern Exposure” left behind in the Alaskan wilderness, this summer sitcom features the arctic antics of Jessica Tuck, starring as a tightly wound personnel director forced to relocate to Anchorage and share a house with three male-bonding dorks in the land where nights are six months long. Ice, ice, baby.

■ The World Music Awards, 9 p.m. Monday, ABC (Channel 7 in Detroit)

- Jean-Claude Van Damme and Natalie Cole (acting, presumably, as his interpreter) cohost the eighth annual popfest from Monte Carlo. Like it or not, Hootie and the Blowfish will be featured, as will Ace of Base, Shania Twain, Seal (see highlight below), a 10-minute performance from Michael Jackson and a lifetime achievement award to world citizen Diana Ross.

■ L.A. Firefighters, 9 p.m. Monday, Fox - “E.R.” meets “Backdraft” with a Fox twist in the premiere of this frenetic, hour-long ensemble drama, easing onto the screen this summer before setting Sunday nights ablaze opposite “60 Minutes” this fall.

Among the faces you may recognize at the Los Angeles fire station are “Andersonville” star Jarrod Emick as crew Capt. Jack Malloy, and Miguel Sandoval - the murderous Roberto Portalegre from “Murder One” - freed from prison to play an arson investigator.

■ Larry Sanders marathon* 11:30

p.m. Monday HBO - Hey, now? The most wickedly sardonic sitcom on television recaps its fourth season


with a nightly hour of Larry’s greatest neuroses through Thursday, capped off by a string of nine back-to-back episodes beginning at midnight Friday.

■ MTV Unplugged: Seal, 10 p.m. Tuesday, MTV - The complex British troubadour known as Seal, owner of last year’s Grammys for Song and Record of the Year for his huge hit “Kiss from a Rose,” puts his powerfully passionate voice through a variety of styles - including covers of Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie tunes - in a concert taped last April at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

■ CPW, 10 p.m. Wednesday, CBS -Remember “Central Park West”? Oh, I’m sorry, were you eating? Well, this should really put you off your feed:

It’s back as a summer-replacement soap twice a week, no less,


Wednesdays and Fridays! - using its initials in the apparent hope that viewers tune in before making the connection. Mariel Hemingway is gone, replaced by Gerald McRaney (who has a CBS series of his own, “Home of the Brave,” premiering this fall) and the ever-sultry Raquel Welch as a powerful publishing magnate and his shrewish ex-wife.

■ Sports Theater, 9 p.m. Saturday, Nickelodeon - The unlikeliest of kid-die-TV hosts, NBA “Big Daddy” Shaquille O’Neal - who suddenly has a lot of free time this spring - escorts smaller viewers (to him, that’s practically everybody) through a new anthology series that celebrates the dreams and achievements of young athletes. The first story is “4 Points,” about an undersized teenager who overachieves to win a spot on his high school basketball squad.


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All My Children [ffi


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Biography “Charles Manson: Journey Into Evil"

American Justice

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Biography “Charles Manson: Journey Into Evil"

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AMC

(4:45) Movie: ★★★ "The Lady Gambles" (1949, Drama) Barbara Stanwyck.

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Remember WENN (R)

Movie: ★★’/a “Mame"(1974) Lucille Ball. An eccentric I woman becomes her young nephew’s guardian. ‘PG’

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Wings “Steel Rain” (R)

Beyond

2000

Next Step

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Wild Discovery: Meanest Animal

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Next Step

Great Fighting Machines of World War II (R)

Next Step

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Beyond

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Wild Discovery: Meanest Animal

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Next Step

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(4:00) National Spelling Bee

Up Close

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Major League Baseball: Teams to Be Announced. (Live) BE

Major League Baseball: Kansas City Royals at Oakland Athletics. From the Oakland Coliseum. (Live) BE

Sports

center

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Family Challenge (In

Stereo)

Three Stooges

Waltons “The Unthinkable"

Highway to Heaven “The People Next Door" BE

Rescue 911 (In Stereo) BE

700 Club

Three Stooges

Bonanza: The Lost Episodes “Speak No Evil"

Paid

Program

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Commish “Dead Cadets Society" (In Stereo) BE

Supermarket Sweep

Debt

Designing Women BE

Nurses

“Intruders"

Unsolved Mysteries (In

Stereo)

Movie: ★★ "The Innocent" (1994) Kelsey Grammer. An autistic boy is the sole witness to a brutal crime.

Unsolved Mysteries (In

Stereo)

Unsolved

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Thirtysome-thing BE

NICK

Tiny Toon Adventures

Looney

Tunes

Clarissa

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Doug (In

Stereo)

Tiny Toon Adventures

Munsters

I Dream of iJeannie

Odd Couple

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Dick Van Dyke

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Mary Tyler Moore BE

SCIFI

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Six Million Dollar Man

“The Pioneers"

Twilight Zone BE

Monsters

Quantum Leap “Mirror Image - August 8,1953" BE

Movie: ★★ "Dr. Strange" (1978) Peter Hooten. A psychiatrist is taught the mysteries of the black arts.

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Saved by the Bell BE

Saved by the Bell BE

Family Matters BE

Family Matters BE

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Movie: ★★★ "One Good Cop” (1991) Michael Keaton.

A cop becomes guardian of his late partner's daughters.

IMovie: ★★ "10 to Midnight”(1983) Charles Bronson. A |cop dispenses personal justice after a killer walks free.

Movie: ★★ “Tank” (1983) James Garner. An Army officer commandeers a Sherman tank to rescue his son. |

TLC

Furniture-

Mend

Renovation Guide (R)

Hometime

(Part 3 of 3)

Hometime

(R) BE

New Solar System: An Epic Adventure (R)

Ultrascience (R)

Scientific-

World

IWondersof Weather (R)

Connec-tions2 (R)

Science Frontiers (R)

Ultrascience (R)

Scientific-

World

Wonders of Weather (R)

Connec-tions2 (R)

Science Frontiers (R)

TNT

(4:00) Movie: ★★ "The Purple Plain" (1954)

In the Heat of the Night

(In Stereo) BE

In the Heat of the Night

(In Stereo) BE

Movie: "The Return of the Borrowers" (1996) Ian Holm. The tiny Borrowers must cope with homelessness.

Movie: “The Return of the Borrowers" (1996) Ian Holm. The tiny Borrowers must cope with homelessness.

Movie: ★★ “The Bad News Bears Go to Japan" (1978) 1 A slimy agent uses a Little League trip to score a coup. 1

USA

Highlander: The Series

“Blind Faith” (In Stereo) BE

Renegade "Wheel Men Don’t Eat Quiche" BE

Wings (In

Stereo) BE

I Wings (In

Stereo) BE

Murder, She Wrote “A

Murderous Muse" BE

iMovie: ★★ "Death Train"(1993) Pierce Brosnan. An anti-terrorist team jumps a hijacked Soviet train. BE

I Silk Stalkings “New | Blood" (R) (In Stereo) BE

Highlander: The Series

|“Song of the Executioner”

Tennis: French Open -Men's Quarterfinals. (R) BE

DISN

Darkwing Duck BE

iTale Spin BE

Ducktales

BE

IChip ’n’ Dale

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Best of Disney: “50 Years of Magic" (In Stereo) BE

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Zorro BE

Texas John Slaughter

“Showdown at Sandoval"

Hardy Boys

(R) BE

Movie: ★★ “Toby Tyler, or Ten Weeks With a Circus"

HBO

(4:00) Movie: ★★★ “La

Bamba” (1987) ‘PG-13’BE

Movie: ★★★ “Pure Country" (1992) George Strait. A country singer struggles with the burden of stardom. BE

Movie: ★★★ "Circle of Friends" (1995) A plain young Irishwoman wins a dashing athlete's heart. ‘PG-13' BE

Tales From the Crypt BE

Strangers

“Ceremony”

Tracey Takes On...

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Sanders BE

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Movie: “Spitfire" (1994) A gymnast must 1 1 rescue her father from a crime cartel. ‘R’ 1

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Live on PASS iTigers iMajor League Baseball: Detroit Tigers at Baltimore Orioles. (Live)

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(4:15) Movie: ★★★ “Smile" 1975) Bruce Dern. 'PG'

Movie: ★★Vi “The Lotus Eaters"(1993) A young teacher causes quite a stir on a small island. ‘PG-13’

[Movie: ★★★’/i “Terminator2: Judgment Day" (1991, Science Fiction) Cyborgs battle for a youth who holds the key to the future. ‘R’ BE

Movie: “Cyber-Tracker2"(1995, Science Fiction) Don “The Dragon” Wilson. ‘R’ BE

Movie: ★Vi “On Dangerous Ground" (1996) A former IRA terrorist races to locate a valuable document.

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(4:45) Movie: "The Shawshank Redemption" (1994) A mild-mannered banker is sent to prison for murder. ‘R’

Movie: ★★1/i “The Puppet Masters" (1994) A sleepy Midwestern town is taken over by parasitic aliens. ‘R’ BE

Movie: ★★★ "Legends of the Fall" (1994) Brad Pitt. The forces of love and war slowly destroy a Montana family.

Movie: ★★★ “About Last Night..." (1986) Rob Lowe. A couple tries to build upon an initial one-night stand. ‘R’

Movie: ★★ “The Principal" 1 (1987) James Belushi. ‘R’ |




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President George Walls Ex. V.P. Nancy Servis XV.P. Russ Fenstermaker Sect./Teas. Chris Wundeiy


MANCINI, SCHREUDER, KLINE, and CONRAD, P.C.

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BROADCAST CHANNELS


Ricki Lake


Mark Walberg (R)


Geraldo (R)


Carnie (R) (In Stereo)


George & Alana (R)


Court TV


Crook & Chase (In Stereo)


News

News_

News Midday 3E


Eyewitness Morning


Geraldo (R)


Montel Williams (R) [E


Another World 3E


Pays of Our Lives [


Jeopardy!


(7:00) Today (In Stereo)!


Maury Povich SE


Jerry Springer (R)


Jenny Jones 3E


Oprah Winfrey (R) K


General Hospital 3E


One Life to Live 3E


All My Children 3E


The City 3E


Ponahue (In Stereo) BE


Rolonda (R)


Good Morning America


Regis & Kathie_

Wht-Earth | Playground E.N.G “Public Enemy"


Theodore |Mr. PressujT In the Heat of the Night


The Bill Gargoyles


Pegrassi


Spilled Milk


Urban P.


Assignment Adventure


Emmerdale


Sesame Street


Dupree


(7:00) CBC Morning News


Animaniacs


Aladdin 3E


Troopers


Sailor Moon


Sheets


Magnum, P.l.


Beverly Hills, 9021015]


Northern Exposure 3E


Aladdin 3E Bananas


Golden | Empty Nest Sesame Street (R) 3E


Rimbas | Dinosaurs Sesame Street (R) SE


Rangers


Batman


Taz-Mania

Puzzle


Eeklstravag


Flintstones

Barney


Goof Troop Couch


Griffith Lamb Chop


I Love Lucy Puzzle


Jeffersons


Good Times


Sanford


Pet Shop


Blossom


Menace


Wishbone


C. Sandiego


Reading


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Station


Barney


Mr Rogers


Barney


Young and the Restless | Bold & b!


Pay & Pate


Cur. Affair


Rescue 911


As the World Turns®


Guiding Light (In Stereo)


Price Is Right [


Shop-Prop


Knight Rider


(7:00) This Morning3E


CABLE CHANNELS


|Quincy


| Police Story


Police Story (Part 1 of 2)


McMillan and Wife "The Deadly Cure"


Equalizer “Nightscape"


New Mike Hammer


McCloud “The 42nd Street Cavalry"


Movie: "Away All Boats"


Movie: "Night Has a Thousand Eyes" |Movie: ★★ "Flame of Araby" (1952)


Movie: *** "The Set-Up" Movie: ★★★V2 "Five Graves to Cairo" (1943)


Movie: ★★★V; “Othello" (1952, Drama) Orson Welles.


Rap City


| Sanford


In Your Ear


Video Soul I


Video Vibrations


All Night


Love That Rescues


Screen


Benson


| Easy


Graham K. |Cuisine


Great Chefs


Home


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Graham K. Cuisine


Housesmart! (R)


Paid Prog. Paid Prog.


Emperor’s Eye


Home


College Baseball: NCAA World Series


LPGA Golf: Oldsmobile Classic -- First Round. (Live)


Inside PGA


Sportscenter (R)


Sportscenter (R)


Sportscenter (R)


Sportscenter (R)


Sportscenter (R)


ESPN


Punky B.    |Wild Animal


| Highway to Heaven 3E


Home & Family (In Stereo)


Rescue 911 (In Stereo) I


Family Challenge


Waltons “The Wedding”


700 Club


Movie: ** "A Perfect Little Murder" (1990) Teri Garr.


Cagney & Lacey


Designing


Our Home


Handmade


Biggers and Summers


Gourmet


Sisters “Rivals" 3E


Our Home


KidsDays


Looney | Beetlejuice"


Muppets | Chipmunks


Rugrats 3E | Busy World


Tintin


Gumby


Eureeka


Gullah


Beaver


Busy World


Gullah


Muppets


Allegra


Gumby


Looney


Incredible Hulk


Battlestar Galactica


Darkside


Gallery


Bradbury


Hitchcock


Probe “Computer Logic”


Dark Shw.


Dark Shw.


Galaxy High


Lost in Space


Beauty and the Beast


Transfrmrs


SCIFI


Flintstones


Scooby


“Kenny Rogers as the Gambler III: The Legend"


Flintstones


Matlock (In Stereo) K


B. Hillbillies


Griffith


Boss?


Bewitched


Little House


3’s Co.


Gilligan


Crafts & Co. |Caprials


Home Pro


Crafts & Co. Gardening


Homebods


Gardening |Homebods


Kitchen


Peasant


Little Star


Kitty Cats


Chicken


Rorys Pice


Bookmice


Iris the Prof.


Little Star


Kitty Cats


“The White Buffalo" (1977)


Wild, Wild West


CHiPs “Down Time”


Starsky and Hutch


Charlie’s Angels


Knots Landing


Gilligan


Flintstones


Gilligan


(7:30) Scooby Dooby Poo


PGA Golf (Live) 3E


Love Connect’n & Big Date


Quantum Leap (In Stereo)


Live With the People’s Court


Tennis: French Open -- Women’s Semifinals. (Live) i


Sonic


Turtles


Movie: **'/2 “Heidi" (1993, Drama) Jason Robards. 3E Quack


Umbrella | My Little |Pucktales


Gummi B. jPoohCrnr. | Dumbo


Movie: ★★V2 “Heidi" (1993, Drama) 3E


Tale Spin I


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Care Bears


“Passage"


Movie: **1/2 “French K/ss”(1995) Meg Ryan. ‘PG-13’


Movie: *** “Nell" (1994) Jodie Foster. ’PG-13’:S


Movie: “The Skateboard Kid II" (1994)


Phantom


Movie: *★’/2 “Siringo"( 1994) ‘NR1


(7:00) Movie: “SilvrStrk"


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Planet X Journal


| Workout


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Cycle World


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Movie: “To Sir With Love"


Movie: *** "Khartoum" (1966, Drama) Charlton Heston. 3E


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(7:20) Movie: “The Competition" (1980) Movie: ★V-2 “Dragstrip Girl" (1994) [


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New York Undercover

“Student Affairs” (R) (In Stereo) 3E

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ER Dr. Carter decides to make the most of Dr. Benton's injured finger. 3E

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Nightline 3E

Inside Edition 3E

American Journal 3E

Gordon Elliott Update on former guests.



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Movie: -k+'h "Too Outrageous!" (1987, Comedy) A metropolitan drag queen finds success less than sweet. |

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Major League Baseball: Detroit Tigers at Baltimore Orioles. From Oriole Park at Camden Yards. (Live)

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“Murder in the Cards"

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Biography “The Boston Ancient Mysteries “Rites Strangler” of Death"

Voyages “Crime Science” "A Stranger Murder” (R)

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Biography “The Boston Strangler" (R)

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(4:00) Movie: ★** "Away All Boats" (1956)

Movie: **★* "The Heiress" (1949, Drama) An unattractive wealthy girl is pursued by a fortune hunter.

Movie: ***V2 “A Place in the Sun" (1951) A factory worker threatens a man’s romance with an heiress.

Movie: “Wild River" (1960) Montgomery Clift. A Tennessee official must remove a widow from her land.

Movie: ★** “Away All Boats" (1956) Jeff Chandler. An aloof World War II sea captain must inspire his crew.

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Video Soul

Comicview | Caribbean Rhythms

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Wings "The Hunter" (R)

Beyond

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Next Step

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Wild Discovery “Kalahari"

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(3:30) College Baseball: NCM World Series -- Teams to Be Announced. (Live)

Sportscenter

NHL Quest for the Cup

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Finals Game 2 -- Colorado Avalanche or Detroit Red Wings vs. Florida Panthers or Pittsburgh Penguins. (Time Approximate) (Live) SE

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Tonight

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Waltons “The Idol"

Highway to Heaven

“Amazing Man” (In Stereo)

Rescue 911 (In Stereo) OS

700 Club

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Bonanza: The Lost Episodes

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Debt

Designing Women SE

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Unsolved Mysteries (In

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Late Date

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Bionic Woman “Kill Oscar" (Part 2 of 3)

Six Million Dollar Man

"Pilot Error"

Twilight Zone SE

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Quantum Leap “A Song for the Soul-April 7,1963"

Amazing Spider-Man “Deadly Dust"

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Movie: **V4 "Your Cheatin' Heart" (1964, Biography) Based on the life of Hank Williams (1923-53). Colorized.

Movie: **V2 "The Gambler Returns: Luck of the Draw” (1991, Western) Kenny Rogers, Reba McEntire, Rick Rossovich. A former madam recruits Brady Hawkes for a huge card game.

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Renovation Guide (R)

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Science Frontiers

"Hubble Vision” (R)

This Century “D-Day --Heroes"

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(4:00) Movie: ** "The White Buffalo" (1977)

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Movie: **** "Shane" (1953, Western) Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur. A reformed gunman defends homesteaders from a cattle baron.

Movie: ★★★★ "Jesse James" (1939, Western) Tyrone Power, Henry Fonda. The James boys become outlaws after their mother is killed.

Movie: ★*1/2 "The Return of Frank James” (1940)

USA

(4:00) PGA Golf: Buick -Classic -- First Round. SB

Renegade “Windy City Blues” (In Stereo) SB

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Movie: ** "Night Watch" (1995) Pierce Brosnan. Special agents must retrieve a priceless stolen painting.

Movie: *** "First Blood" (1982) Sylvester Stallone. A Vietnam vet is hounded by a brutal small-town sheriff.

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Tennis: French Open --Women's Semifinals. SB

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Movie: "The Adventures ofHuck Finn" (1993) A boy and a runaway slave raft down the Mississippi River. IS

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Movie: "Six Pack" (1982) Six orphans help a down-and-out stock-car driver.

Movie: ★*'/2 "Gone to Texas" (1986, Biography) Sam Elliott, Michael Beck.

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(4:30) Movie: ***1/2 “A Passage to India" (1984, Drama) Judy Davis. A bored British woman finds self-discovery in 1920s India. ‘PG’ 35!

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Movie: **V2 "The Late Shift" (1996) Jay Leno and David Letterman vie for Johnny Carson’s show. ‘R’ SB

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(4:15) Movie: ★** "To Sir With Love"(1967, Drama)

Movie: ★★ "Clean Slate" (1994) Dana Carvey. A private eye's memory is erased every time he sleeps.

Movie: -k-kVi "Bulletproof Heart"(1994, Drama) Anthony LaPaglia. ‘R’ SE

Movie: *V2 "Bad Company" (1994) Ellen Barkin. A CIA jagent infiltrates the world of industrial espionage. ‘R’ SB

Movie: ** “Criminal Passion" (1993, Suspense) Joan Severance. ‘R’ SB

“Married People Single Sex II: For Better"

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Movie: ★★★V2 "Dona Fior and Her Two Husbands" (1977, Comedy) Sonia Braga, Jose Wilker. 'R'

Movie: ** "An Innocent Man" (1989) An innocent man is framed and imprisoned for dealing drugs. ‘R’ SB

Movie: "Year of the Comet" (1992, Comedy) Penelope Ann Miller. ‘PG-13’

Movie: “Midnight Ride" (1995, Drama) Michael Dudikoff. (In Stereo) ‘R’

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