Dixie Pavilion, Wayland Mich.

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Grand Rapids, MI - The Wayland Township Board intentionally authorized the destruction of the 100 year old landmark. Casino (Golden Calf) more important-Dixie, only 100 years of memories. Roger and Sandra Plafkin

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The Wayland Township Board intentionally authorized the destruction of the 100 year old landmark. Casino (Golden Calf) more important-Dixie, only 100 years of memories. Roger and Sandra Plafkin

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Roger Plafkin

Grand Rapids, MI

#1 Aug 10, 2013
We never sold the Wayland property to Jack Goodale which included a 10,000 sq ft pavilion, a home next door both on Doans Lake, 87 acres across the highway, an oil well drilled by Lincoln Rock of Northbrook, Ill. 2800 ft of railroad boundary, and a 6000 sq ft pole building put up by Ed Hanenburg of Coopersville, Michigan. A German Kent County Probate Judge-Dale Stoppels-decided that Adolph Hitler had the right idea;the Allies just did not give Adolph Hitler enough time to complete his mission of destroying the world's Jewry. Judge Dale Stoppels thought that he would give Adolph Hitler a hand.
Roger Plafkin-Plafkin Brothers-Grand Rapids Bolt and Nut Company
Crapkin

Caledonia, MI

#2 Aug 10, 2013
Roger Plafkin wrote:
We never sold the Wayland property to Jack Goodale which included a 10,000 sq ft pavilion, a home next door both on Doans Lake, 87 acres across the highway, an oil well drilled by Lincoln Rock of Northbrook, Ill. 2800 ft of railroad boundary, and a 6000 sq ft pole building put up by Ed Hanenburg of Coopersville, Michigan. A German Kent County Probate Judge-Dale Stoppels-decided that Adolph Hitler had the right idea;the Allies just did not give Adolph Hitler enough time to complete his mission of destroying the world's Jewry. Judge Dale Stoppels thought that he would give Adolph Hitler a hand.
Roger Plafkin-Plafkin Brothers-Grand Rapids Bolt and Nut Company
What a buffoon you are
Napkin

Hudsonville, MI

#3 Aug 14, 2013
Oh I wish you was in the land of cotton, old times there are not forgotten.
Look away....
Look away....
Look away - Dixie Pavilion.

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