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The Michigan Daily-Saturday,,July,18, 1981-Page 5
OHIO CARP WORSHIPPERS; UTAH LOBSTER RANCHES
Swimming creatures useful to all

ARCHBOLD, Ohio (AP)-When they
come hook-to-mouth with a carp, many
fishermen throw it back in disgust. In
Archbold, they throw a party.
On the corner of the Great Basin
desert, in the sunny Utah Valley, people
might think the sight of live, usually
ocean-going fish is a mirage. There, 800
miles from the nearest ocean, one may
soon be able to find a herd of grazing
lobster.
For three days, townspeople in Arch-
bold, Ohio don carp T-shirts and adopt
"Cornelius the Carp" as a mascot.
They serve up a Friday night fish fry
for 1,000 people, and play music in the
park. Live carp are on display in an
aquarium.
"WE THINK it's fantastic," says Cal
Short, chairman of this weekend's Car-
ptown Festival and a one-man carp
chamber of commerce in this town 45
miles west of Toledo.
New hospital
size and
funding
questioned
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issued as I understandit by the State
Building Authority."
"THAT'S A generic type of bond,"
said Lamb. "They (the SBA) can issue
it for a variety of needs."
According to a senior federal health
planning official, many health planners
are pessimistic about the timing of such
a large expenditure based on the con-
tention that such an extensive health
care complex is unnecessary.
"I don't think that what they're (the
University) building is needed," the of-
ficial said, "and it is being done for
prestige purposes."
THE OFFICIAL pointed out that the
University's contention that a new
facility is needed to handle a large
number of patients in upgraded
facilities because it is the predominant
referral center for the state and also a
major teaching hospital, is subject to
dissention.
"It is''not true that the University
Hospital is the predominant referral
center for the state," said the official,
adding, "The University could do a lot
more in terms of teaching their studen-
ts in already existing facilities."
Lamb responded to CHPC-SEM's role
in reviewing the revised project,
saying, "I think the committee will give
them (the University) a fair hearing
and make a fair judgement. I guess
about 80 percent of the committee is
about the same (as in the initial 1979
application)."
ACCORDING TO Lamb, "Anyone
that has been through the facilities has
no questions that the work has to be
done," and that the funding will be used
for a variety of hospital projects.
According to the senior planning of-
ficial, although many health care
professionals are skeptical about the
necessity of such a large scale new
facility, most feel "there is no point in
fighting it anymore."
"I think people are reluctant to speak
(out against the new facility) because
they don't see the point in doing it - but
it doesn't mean they've changed their
minds."

"We're talking about starting a
national carp club. We could award a
prize each year to the person who cat-
ches the biggest carp in the United
States," he said, dropping some bait.
"The biggest one caught weighed 80
pounds. Did you know that?"
One of the nicest things about the
festival, Short said, is that the taunting
has ended. "The neighboring towns
don't call us carp anymore. We just
took all of the fun out of it for 'em."
MEANWHILE, in Utah, Rex In-
fanger and Roger Mickelsen dream of a
small parcel-of sunny farm land-the
perfect place, they say, to graze their
herd of lobsters, 800 miles from the
nearest ocean.
The two Brigham Young University
researchers already have an option on
some land in nearby Springville. They
SeesLOBSTER, Page 7

AN ARCHBOLD, OHIO resident proudly displays a large, open-mouthed
carp, the latest object of the city's adoration.

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
12 S. State St.
(Corner of State and Huron)
Worship Schedule:
Sermon for July 19-"Afterwords:
The Word to a Failure," by Dr. Donald
B. Strobe.
9:30 am-Morning Worship in the
Sanctuary.
Church School for all ages at 9:30 am.
Ministers:
Dr. Donald B. Strobe
Rev. Fred B. Maitland
Dr. Gerald R. Parker
Education Directors: Rose McLean
and Carol Bennington
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
Serving the Campus for LC-MS
Robert Kavasch, Pastor
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
663-5560
Sunday Worship: 9:00 am (Summer
Hours).
CAMPUS CHAPEL
1226 Washtenaw Ct.
A Campus Ministry of the Christian
Reformed Church
Rev. Don Postema, Pastor
0 am.-Morning Worship.
6 p.m.-Service of Holy Communion.
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ST. MARY'S CHAPEL
(Roman Catholic)
331 Thompson-663-0557
Summer Masses: sf
Sunday-8:30 am, 10:30 am, 12 noon,
and 5 pm.
Mon., Tues., Wed.-5:10 pm.
Thurs., Fri.,-12:10pm.
LORD OF LIGHT LUTHERAN a
CHURCH(
(The Campus Ministry of the
ALC-LCA )
Gordon Ward, Pastor
801 S. Forest at Hill St.
Sunday Worship Service at 10:30.
Choir at 6:30 pm on Tuesday.

CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY
Huron Valley Mission
301 North Ingalls
(two blocks north of Rackha m
Graduate School)
668-6113
Sunday Service-2:30 p.m.
Rev. Marian K. Kuhns
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
OF ANN ARBOR
1917 Washtenaw (corner of Berkshire)
Sunday Services at 10:30 a.m.
Coffee Hour and conversation after
services.
Child care available.
Kenneth W. hilfer-Minister 665-6158

'WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?'
Psalm 2:1 and Acts 4:25
Some years ago, a young mnan around 20 years of age, asked for work on
the farm. After he had worked several days I learned he was out of jail on
bond, having been charged with taking part in a holdup of a store, which he
admitted. I called together the few workers on the farm together with "Mr.
Holdup," and advised them of the kind of man we were working with. Mr.
"Holdup" sorter "flared up" and said if I did not want to work him it was o.k.
"Certainly I do not want to work you. Last Saturday I put you and a high
school boy out splitting wood with axes, wedges, and a maul. A man with as
much devil and hell in him as you might have split the boy's head open with
the axe in order to take his money! You also worked with another man using
shovels. Is it right for me to ask that man to work with you when you might
knock him in the head with the shovel, since you have chosen to try to make a
living forcing people who have made their money honestly to give it to you,
killing them if necessary!
Genuine Christianity don't tolerate evil! One branch of Christianity is
charged by God Almighty to take vengeance, and do away with evil and
rebellion against law and order. Read the 13th chapter of Romans. The Bible
not only says: "Resist the devil;" but it also says: "Give no place to the
devil!"
"Mr. Holdup" was paid for his time, and asked to get off the place, and stay
off. However, we told him that since those who were in authority saw fit to let
such a dangerous man "run on the loose," I would cooperate as far as I could.
If he thought over the matter and would come back in three days and express
his purpose, determination, and make a promise to go right and act a
gentleman, he could go back to work. He did not come back, but hope he is
going straight.
From the President of our great nation on down to the humblest citizen we
should be throroughly ashamed of ourselves for the great crime and violence
abroad in our land. We would be much better off if a great drive was launched
to make crime and open evil, poverty-strickln, so that it would perish from
famine and hunger.
"Take thou away from Me the noise of thy songs; for I will not hear the
melody of thy viols. But let judgement run down as waters, and
righteousness as a mighty stream." Amos 5:23. Boil this passage down, and
in plain language God says to us: "Your worship is offensive to Me unless
you put away the evil from among yourselves, stop crime, murder, immorality,
violence, etc."
P.O BOX 405 DECATUR, GEORGIA 30031

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