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want to silence your voice in every way pos-
Registered Michigan voters must contin-
ue to have the right to petition other regis-
tered Michigan voters through referendum
to allow a fair vote of the people of the State
of Michigan. Blocking the right of all
Michigan citizens to vote is just wrong.
Please call your state representative and
Governor Rick Snyder today. Ask them put
public policy before politics. Ask them to
uphold your vote and the integrity of democ-
racy by rejecting S.B. 288 and H.B. 4552, or
any other "version" of this ridiculous attempt
to circumvent thewill of the people and your
April 25, 2013
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30. Help Wanted
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109. Income Property
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112. Commercial Lease
113. Real Estate Wanted
114. Auto Accessories
115. Autos for Sale
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118. Freebies
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121. Autos Wanted
Narvelle Fisher
Sunrise: Sept. 16, 1918
Sunset: April 14, 2013
Narvelle Fisher died Sept. 14,
Among her survivors are her
son-in-law, Andrew Holmes,
Jr.; granddaughters, Terren
Elyce Holmes, Tameesha
Nicole Holmes and Jamie
Lynn Warren; a great-grand-
daughter, Essence Danielle
Grant; two nieces, Bobbie
Davis and Vela White; two
nephews, Johnny Marvin
McMullen and Ceasar Vories
White; a host of first cousins,
many other relatives and
many friends.
Mrs. Fisher died nine moths
from the day her beloved
daughter, Annette Holmes,
preceded her in death.
Funeral services were at
Womack Temple Christian
Methodist Episcopal Church
in Inkster with the Rev. Tyson
Kelly officiating.
Interment was at Mt. Hope
Final arrangements were
entrusted to the Penn
Funeral Home in Inkster.
Jerome Boone, Sr.
Sunrise: April 15, 1966
Sunset: April 10, 2013
Jerome Boone, Sr. died April
10, 2013.
Among those left to cherish
his memory are his loving
wife, Cathleen Boone; three
sons, Jerome, Jermaine and
Jalyn of Detroit ; a daughter,
Jessica, also of Detroit; his
loving mother, Johnnie Mae
Boone of Romulus; his
father-in-law, Joseph Walden,
Sr.; his mother-in-law Ruby D.
Hall of Detroit; seven sisters,
Willie Mae Bradley of
Catherine (David) Williams,
of Ypsilanti, Betty Graves of
New Hebron, MS, Norma
Harris of Westland, Vonja
Mae Hill of Romulus, Wendy
Ann MacIntosh of Garden
City and Jacquelyn (Greg)
Coleman of Southfield; five
brothers, Alger (Delorse)
Boone, Jr. of Southfield, Paul
Boone of Romulus, Duane
Boone of Ypsilanti, Alger
(Layla) Lucky of Westland
and Ezzard Fannin of
Westland; two sisters-in-law,
Lorrie (Nicholas) Harrison of
Kentucky and Lisa Hall of
Detroit; five aunts, Annie
Paschal, Lillian Morgan, Sue
Morgan, Janet Morgan and
Paulene Morgan; his great
friend Tommy Stephens; a
host of nieces, nephews,
cousins and other family
members, his pets and
Roscoe and his baby,
Snowie, and many friends.
Funeral services took place
at Christ Temple Apostolic
Church in Westland with
Elder Walter G. Bradley offici-
Interment was at Knollwood
Memorial Park in Canton
Final arrangements were
entrusted to the Penn
Funeral Home in Inkster.
Odell Grigsby
July 11, 1930
April 9, 2013
Odell Grigsby died April 9,
Among those left to cherish
his memory are his brother,
Lucky; two sons, Kevin and
Jonathan; three daughters,
twins Ylonda and Sharlene
and Latisha; 14 grandchil-
dren; four great-grandchil-
dren; his church family; a
host of nieces and nephews;
his companion and caregiv-
er, Mary Harrington who
helped provide round-the-
clock care for him during his
long illness, and too many
friends to count.
Services took place at the
Adventist Church in Inkster
with the Rev. Dr. John
Duckworth officiating.
Final arrangements were
entrusted to the Penn
Funeral Home in Inkster.
Interment was at Knollwood
Memorial Park in Canton
Gregory Coleman
Sunrise: April 1, 1957
Sunset: April 13, 2013
Gregory "Gregco" Coleman
died April 13, 2013.
Among those left to cherish
his memory are his wife,
Jacquelyn Coleman; two
sons, Blake and Brandon
Coleman; two stepchildren,
Randy Young and Shamekia
(Paul) Gipson; six grandchil-
dren, Randy Jr., Jordan,
Brianna, Jer'miah, Kyndal
Young and Aidan Gipson; his
mother-in-law, Johnnie Mae
Boone; seven brothers and
sisters, Oliver Coleman, III of
Colorado, Percy Coleman,
Coleman, Reginald (Dolores)
Coleman, Sandra Coleman
and Ivory (Lee) Powell; 10
sisters and brothers-in-law,
Betty Jean Graves of
Mississippi, Willie Mae
Bradley, Catherine Jean
(David) Williams, Vonja Mae
Cathleen Boone, Duane
Boone, Alger (Delores)
Boone, Jr., Paul Boone and
Algie Lucky, all of Wayne
County; six aunts and uncles,
Jewel Mae Harden of Detroit,
Esseline (Bennie) Stancil,
Buetta O'Dear, Eugene
Pouncil of California, Mackie
Jones of Muskegon and
George (Dorothy) Coleman
of Mississippi; his close
friend, Thomas (Yolanda)
"Chris" McGee; a host of
cousins, and many friends.
Funeral services took place
at Oakland Church of Christ
in Southfield with Bishop
Jack Whitehead officiating.
Final arrangements were
entrusted to the Penn
Funeral Home in Inkster.
Interment was at Mount
Hope Memorial Gardens in
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ly much more crucial than public safety.
These are the geniuses, too, who prohibited
their fire department from transporting and
billing the appropriate insurance compa-
nies for taking patients to hospitals, which is
a very lucrative source of income for the pri-
vate company.
Because public safety professionals are
just that, professionals who understand the
real danger to residents these poor deci-
sions presented, the neighboring community
fire departments responded whenever they
were called or needed, sometimes more
quickly than the reduced Plymouth
Township crews couldmanage.
Last week, however, these good neighbors
realized that theywere allowing this travesty
to continue and were actually enabling
Plymouth Township to continue on this dan-
gerous downward spiral. Northville and
Canton townships and the City of Livonia
took the unprecedented step of notifying the
township that they will no longer be subsi-
dizing the private ambulance company at
rescue andmedical emergency runs.
All three were careful to emphasize that
they will still help in a real emergency or a
fire, after all, who else is there?But theywill
no longer provide treatment and back-up
when the township calls the private ambu-
lance company which then transports the
injured and gets paid by an insurance com-
pany or the patient.
We think they made the right decision.
The taxpayers who pay for these public safe-
ty services in their own communities should
be their priority and they need to keep their
rigs andEMTs available for those residents.
It is the professional courtesy and dedica-
tion these neighbors have exhibited that has
allowed Plymouth Township to cloak their
foolish and ill-advised decisions in secrecy
and provide a false sense of security and
well being to residents.
Perhaps this action will help shine a light
on the danger and peril the residents of
Plymouth Township face because of the
arrogance and political vengeance of the
people they entrusted to properly manage
their community.
ed to know if when teens went to the library
and accessed information if they were all in
jeopardy of going home and trying out what-
ever it was they saw. “Do you think people
are out across the country building bombs
because of the stories in the paper about
Boston?” he asked. “Should they have pulled
all the reports of the Columbine shooting
because every teen would go get a gun to
take back to school?” “What about Sandy
Hook, should papers have covered that up,
“If they watch Jackass, are they going to
try riding amotorcycle off a barn roof?”
Lordy, I hope not.
Although, they all are doing that crazy
Harlem Shake dance and that Gangman
style stuff that was on the internet.
Anyway, if anybody thought I was serious,
I apologize. It was a joke. It was intended to
behumorous, but allegedly failed, miserably.
My grandchildren and I are NOT banned
from Target, we did not play any of the
pranks described and Target management
has never, ever sent me a letter telling me
not to return to the store.
We never got anybody arrested, much less
ourselves, we didn't cause any disturbance of
any kind and the pranks described were
almost all taken from an internet account or
Apparently, there, it was funny.
The Plymouth-Canton Educational
ParkMarching Band is holding tryouts for
the 2013 Color Guard. These auditions are
open to any student interested in being a
part of this award-winning ensemble.
There is no experience necessary.
Auditions will take place from 3:30 until 6
p.m. tomorrow at Plymouth High School
8400BeckRoad, Canton.
Color guard is considered the visual
aspect of the marching band sport of the
Members dance, spin flags and props,
and perform alongside the 180-member
marching band during the fall competi-
tion and football season. Those with
dance experience are encouraged to
attend. Participants should wear comfort-
able clothes and be ready to move.
Current eighth through 11th graders
should meet in the Plymouth High School
Band room.
Contact Jeffrey Cash, Color Guard
Director at with
any questions. No prepared performance
is required.
In November 2011, the PCMBmarched
in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in
New York City. For more information,
Canton Township will once again focus a
week-long spotlight on the arts and culture
during the 3rd annual CantonActs of Culture
Week. The week of April 27 through May 5
has been chosen by the Canton Commission
for Culture, Arts and Heritage to mark the
arts at various community locations.
A variety of events have been planned
• The Michigan Philharmonic performance
of Cinco de Mayo, a festive concert at 2 p.m.
May 5 at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and
$5 for youth and can be purchased online at or by phone by con-
tacting the Michigan Philharmonic at
• A special presentation by Jennifer Goulet,
president and CEO of ArtServe Michigan
will begin at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1
at The Village Theater. Doors open at 11:30
a.m., with a luncheon scheduled for noon.
Goulet will speak about the positive econom-
ics of the arts and how Canton can position
the arts and culture as a force for transform-
ing lives in the community. Tickets are $20
and can be purchased online at
• The Plymouth-Canton Community School
District K-12 Art Show, featuring more than
2,000 pieces of student-made, staff-selected
artwork, from 4-8 p.m. April 27 and 1-4 p.m.
April 28 in the cafeteria at Plymouth High
School. A donation of $5 - $10 per family will
be collected at the door. The show will also
feature the talents of the high school culi-
nary students, who will prepare desserts for
attendees, and members of the school music
department, who will perform throughout
the show.
• The Canton Concert Band Spring Concert -
Pictures at an Exhibition at 8 p.m. on
Saturday, May 4 at The Village Theater at
Cherry Hill. Tickets are $12 for adults, and
$10 for seniors and students; please visit to purchase
• Spotlight Players' Barnum at The Village
Theater at Cherry Hill on Saturday, April 27
and Sunday, April 28. Show times and ticket
prices are available at www.cantonvillageth-
• Community members are also encouraged
to participate in a silent auction on Sunday,
May 5, at The Village Theater with all pro-
ceeds benefiting The Partnership for the
Arts andHumanities, a 501(c)(3) organization
which is committed to encouraging the
development of cultural arts in the greater
Canton community by providing artists with
financial support, advocacy and education.
A complete calendar of the 3rd annual
Canton Acts of Culture Week events is avail-
able at For more infor-
mation on this seven-day celebration, call
Canton celebrates week
of arts and culture
Color guard seeks students
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