Marshall Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan
10 Jan 1998

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10 Jan 1998

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Marshall Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Marshall, MichiganMarshall chronicle saturday. Jan air 10. 1998-3 a cases up statewide in metro Detroit apr reported hepatitis a cases statewide nearly tripled from 1996 to 1997, with big increases in my tro Detroit and areas where virus tainted strawberries were served to schoolchildren. Cloise to 1,400 cases of the viral disease were reported to the state department of Community health last year up from 506 the year before. About 850 cases were reported in Wayne Oakland and Macomb counties the Detroit free press reported Friday. And up to 400 people in Marshall or Saginaw contracted the virus from a single Batch of tainted strawberries served in school lunch programs. Some of those bad berries were also traced to a Market in the Detroit area although health officials could never Trace any illness to the lot. A when you look at those reported numbers you can generally multiply it by 10 to find out How Many Are in the Community a said or. Donald Lawrenchuk medical director for the Wayne county health department. A these Are fairly High numbers in an illness that has a High attack in addition to the tainted Strawberry outbreak Oakland county had an outbreak involving Cole Slaw served at a. Deli in West Bloomfield township. That outbreak was linked to one death and 42 illnesses. The hepatitis a cases May be up because of More awareness of the illness among patients and doctors better Laboratory reporting procedures and the diseases natural Cycle. A a if you go Back in time you see Waves that happen Over the years. We had 800 to 1,000 cases each year in the Early 1980s and that was without Strawberry outbreaks and things like that a a said or. William Hall director of the communicable disease epidemiological division of the state health department. Hepatitis a a virus that attacks the liver is typically passed from person to person through food handled by unwashed hands. Symptoms include fever fatigue aches and nausea. The virus is Seldom fatal but tends to be More Revere among very Young children older people and the chronically ill. Last Spring children and teachers in Michigan developed hepatitis a after eating Frozen strawberries in the Michigan school lunch program. The berries were traced to a California company that had imported them from Mexico for the Federal school lunch program. Federal Law requires such produce to be grown domestically. In november the former president of a company that supplied mexican strawberries that caused an outbreak of hepatitis a among Michigan schoolchildren pleaded guilty to three counts in a Federal indictment. Andrew amp Williamson sales and its former president were indicted by a Federal grand jury for allegedly lying about the source of Bloomfield Hills Mich. Apr this Detroit suburb still ranks among Michigan a exclusive communities. But officials with the local Public schools say they can to afford to remain quite As exclusive. To counter declining enrolment that is costing about $1 million a year in lost state Aid Bloomfield Hills Community schools is accepting students from outside the District a this competitor ii thing is Realys school Board president Mindy Nathan told the Detroit news in a report Friday. A we Are competing for students. There is a property taxes the District now spends per Pupil each year. Is. Nathan predicted that the tuition program would attract students who might otherwise attend the expensive private schools in and near Bloomfield Hills not those from other Public school among nearby private schools Cranbrook Kingswood in Bloomfield Hills charges $14,640 a year Detroit country Day school in Beverly Hills costs $14,730 and brother Rice High school in Birmingham costs $5,380, die news said. A we feel we offer As Fine a younger couples with school age children the Southeast Michigan Council of governments projects a 42-percent decline in the number of Bloomfield Hills area households with children by 2020. Bloomfield Hills school enrolment has fallen 7 percent in the past decade from 6,033 in 1987 to 5,617 this year. Out of District students will be accepted Only at Andover High school which is 175 students Short of its capacity of 1,000 West. Hills Middle school with 358 students and a capacity of 500 and Pine Lake elementary with 300 Sti dents and a capacity of400. A a it a really just about finances a is. Nathan said. A a it a a Way to fill some empty buildings my maintain our budget a act holds news conference on Mease of Budzyn Price on their head /prodyct.if, finer that it any that Price for students living school Public or privatek/ms., outside Bloomfield Hills could exceed five figures. The school Board planned to discuss non resident tuition at its tuesday meeting. Officials said the Cost would approach the $10,916 in state Aid and local Nathan said. A it competes with the Best of an a average 98 percent of Bloomfield Hills Community Schopis Sti dents go on to College after graduation. Buti housing is scarce and often unaffordable for teen who shot pregnant Mare sentenced to six months in Boot m Pontiac Mich. Apr a teen who admitted shooting at horses with his Cousin a killing a pregnant Iha a a will spend the next six months in a Boot Camp. A a in a sorry about what i did and that a it is a Christopher r. Mahan 16, of Orion township shortly before Oak Larid county probate court referee Twila Leigh ordered him into custody thursday morning. The youth who earlier pleaded guilty to animal killing and torture joins dozens of other Young men at the Oakland county sheriffs Boot Camp in Auburn Hills. The inmates sleep in tents Rise before Daw i for a Day of chopping Wood and other physical chores and attend self i improvement classes. The Wood is used to heat the tents. The youths Are in bed by 10 . Leigh could have sentenced the teen to a juvenile facility or returned him to his parents but opted instead for More stringent punishment. If she a not satisfied with his Progress in Boot Camp she could sentence him. To additional time in a juvenile facility. His sentencing helped ease some of Ginny Bensons anguish Over the nov. 17 shooting of her pregnant Mare Gawker and a second Mare. Mighty striking. Gawker died. Mighty striking is crippled with Buckshot lodged along her spine. Benson who raises horses for a living on her ranch Sassafras farms North of Oxford found the horses lying in the Field a second person charged in the shooting James Bushey 19, of Pontiac is to be in Oakland county circuit court on feb. 26. Mahan admitted during a guilty plea to torturing and killing an animal. He said he and Bushey a were just drinking and did a stupid Leigh also ordered Mahan to pay $5,631 in restitution half the value of the horses. Should Bushey his Cousin be acquitted Mahan would be responsible for the entire amount. A there has been a loss of life a Leigh told Mahan. A it might have been an animal but you must under St Duie seriousness and the Impact Ontie a police contend Mahan shot three times before hitting mighty striking. Bushey is accused 6f fatally wounding Gawker. Detroit apr the Detroit chapter of the a act is stepping lip its profile in the Case of Walter Budzyn and Larry Nevers the two police officers convicted in the 1992 beating death of malice Green. A act president Wendell Anthony on thursday said his organization would continue to support the Wayne county Prosecki Itoro a office in its Pursuit of a retrial for the two officers. Anthony and his staff also plan to Monitor the Case when a panel of Federal appellate judges Hearst in Cincinnati. A a concern that everyone should now have however is that the situation ii which allegedly led to ail unfair trial for Budzyn and Nevers is now reversed a Anthony said in his prepared statement. Several High profile Detroi ters including. Congresswoman Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick showed up at the news conference to express their anger at . District judge Lawrence Zatkoff a decision to release Nevers dec. 31. It Quot Zaj Tkocz ruled was tainted by. Several tors including judges refusal to Grant a change of venue. A i am coi evinced that when the jurors seated at the retrial a and there Tju be a new trial a and when they hear the evidence they will be re convicted a a Kilpatrick said. Nevers and his former partner Budzyn were convicted in August 1993 of second degree murder in the nov. 5,1992, death of Green. Obituary Jeanne m. Reynolds Jeanne m. Reynolds age 73 of Marshall died thursday january 8, 1998 at Marshall Manor. Is. Reynolds was bom april 4, 1924 in Chicago to Harris l. And Irene Barron Vandanaker. She lived in Marshall the past seven years and in it. Pleasant for the previous 30 years. She was a school teacher beginning at age 19, and was the last teacher in thib last three one room schoolhouses in Isabella county. She taught for several years in Shepherd mostly the second Grade. She attended Northern Michigan i diversity and graduated from Central Michigan University with a dual major in Art and biology. Is. Reynolds was a member of sacred heart Catholic Church the Centra Michigan University alumni association the Foster grandparents program and Winn whirlwinds Square dance club. She enjoyed sewing and was an avid naturalist who could identify Birds by their Calls. She is survived by a daughter Debra j. Mitch Robbins of Marshall 10 grandchildren Monica Moil Arien Groat of it. Pleasant Eric Muilanen of Tucson ariz., Robert Moilanen of it. Pleasant Jeremy and Josh Nixon both of Lansing Seth Nixon of Vandalia Sarah Nixon of Buchanan and Keegan Hannab and Celeste Robbins of Marshall great grandchildren Sydney Moilanen and Alex Groat and Sisters Dolores Clint Marenger of Escanaba and Doris Oberle of Peoria in. She was preceded in death by her parents daughters Yvonne Moilanen and Jude Nixon and Sisters Therese Vandanaker and Joan Backlund. There will be to visitation. Services will be held today at 2 . At Helms funeral Home in it. Pleasant 517-772-1529 with the Rev. Larry Fussman of sacred heart Catholic Church officiating. Interment will follow in memorial gardens cemetery Iii it. Pleasant. Miss Obj theater 201 s. 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