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VOL. 102 N U M B E R 32
T H U R S D A Y , O C T O B E R 31. 1»74
Important issues
in Tuesday election
5/x county
contests
Six general election race? are
featured for the nine chairs around the
Otsego County Commissioners' table.
Three districts have no contest for the
caiiuuiales
whose
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DISTRICT NINE - Both major
psrties 2re re nr ese nT ed ' n T^A rnmmissioner's race for Hayes, Elmira,
and
Otsego
Lake
townships.
Republican incumbent J.W. St. John is
challenger Darius Buell.
Amid si«;ky economic news across
the Motor State and the smell of
Watergate still lingering in some
voters' nostrils, politicians of different
stripes will be holding their collective
breaths when the electorate goes to the
polls Tuesday. It could be the election
when the ''ins" become the "outs" just
because they were the "Ins."
Polls seem to indicate that voter
disinterest may play a large factor in
determining who sits in the Governor's
Mansion in January. While Republican
Gov. William Milliken appears to enjoy
a margin of victory with probable
voters, his Democratic challenger,
Sander Levin of Berkeley, appears to
be most popular with all voters.
COLLISION AFTERMATH — Two cars collided head-on Tuesday afternoon on the 1-75
overpass on Old 27 South. Four Gaylord men were injured and remain patients in area
hospi*als. The accident remains under investigation by the Otsego County Sheriff's
Department. See story on page 3. (HT Photo by Terry Knott)
Milliken has had his image damaged
in recent days with disclosure concerning his hand-picked running mate
James J. Damman, candidate for
lieutenant governor. Damman has been
linked to questionable statements about
his Involvement In a real estate investment company and prior campaign
financing hy large land developers.
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Otseao Lake sewer
plan renewed
BY JIM GRISSO
Herald Times EdKor
In 1972, the cost of banding a sanitary
An application for sewer project
grant has been on file for two years With
the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPAj* but, according to Roberts, the
OtooOA T a l r o r.rnin/>t o t i l l ronWo
was estimated at $9.5 million. The
estimated cost today is $12.4 million; in
1976 it will be $16.5 million.
Staring inflation right in the face, the
Otsego Lake Chamber of Commerce
has endorsed a plan to re-generate an
effort to secure a federal grant and/or
loan for the sewer project.
Meeting Thursday night (Oct. 24) at
the Otsego Lake Township Hall, the
board unanimously agreed to ask the
townships of Otsego Lake and Bagley to
file a grant-loan application with the
Farmers Home Administration.
Cost of filing the application *vill be
about
$1,200. The
Michaywe'
development has agreed to pay up to
$600, or half the cost. The remainder
would be borne by the two townships.
Williams & Works, Grand FaniHs
engineering firm which already has
completed preliminary studies on the
sewer project, will be asked to file the
application if the townships approve.
The chamber of commerce board
discussed the sewer project at length
with Eugene Roberts of Williams &
Works and Roy Russell, vice-president,
engineering. Thompson-Brown Co., and
Michaywe' project director.
ahnut
250th in a field of about 550 applications.
New applicants are added to the list
each year, and priorities are juggled.
In addition, EPA funds were "impounded" by the Nixon administration,
and at present the Ford administration
has a tight grip on the purse strings.
••The odds for securing an EPA grant
are very slim," Roberts noted. Only $3
million in grant money was allocated
for the entire state of Michigan this
year.
For those reasons, the chamber
board decided to pursue the possibility
of a federal loan, which are available at
5 percent interest payable over 40
years.
The Farmers Home Administration
aims its loans at rural areas with
populations imder 10.000. according to
Roberts. However, he said much of the
loan money has been allocated for
water treatment facilities rather than
sewage treatment.
"We shouldn't lose hope, however,"
Roberts reassured the group.
Russell assured the group that
Michaywe' was still vitally interested
in the project. "We have been interested in Otsego Lake since we began
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th< Michaywe' project. We've »^sn
running water quality testa ourselves at
Otsego Lake. We're ready and willing
to cooperate."
T»;o initial wwor district n lSF! CSlled
for the sewage disposal plant to be
located on Michaywe' property near
Old State Road. Those plans are expected to remain firm, except for updated information to be submitted in
the new loan application.
Roberts asserted that economic value
of a sewer district constitutes an increase of between 15 and 30 percent in
lakefront real estate. "Of course," he
added, "the benefit is much more than
that."
Whether the area proceeds with an
effort to secure a federal grant and /or
loan rests with Bagley and Otsego Lake
township officials. They have to decide
whether to file a new application and
how to re-pay a loan.
Actually, according to Roberts, the
townships, area health authorities or
the county could decide to pursue the
project. The public would have a voice
either through public hearings or,
possibly, a voter referendum.
District Health Dept. No. 3 undertook
an extensive survey ot tne surface
waters of Otsego Lake in the summer of
1973. Results of the survey, made public
last week, concluded that the lake did
contain high counU of bacteria.
rejects police pay bid
Gaiming a 28.4 percent wage increase would make Gaylord policemen
more like robbers than cops, the
Gaylord ci*y council has rejected a
state labor arbitrator's 'recommendation The action came Monday
night during a meeting of the council.
The rejection of the proposed contract settlement came through a Ureethree tie vote of the councilmen. Voting
in favor of accepting the wage package
were H. Charles Nelson, William Tholl
and Ernest Groeock Rejecting the
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Democrat Fay Lee of Onaway, a
department store operator, has been
camnai^nina harH fnr vntoc ogsinst
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is seeking election over Republican
Peter H. Crawford. The district includes the eastern portion of Bagley
Township. Voters will again vote in the
township hall on Old 27.
DISTRICT SIX - No contest. Felix
Kucharek, a Democrat, will be the only
name appearing on the ballot far
commissioner in Livingston Township.
Voting is at the township hall on Norm
Old 27.
DISTRICT SEVEN - No contest J.
Richard Yuill, a Corwith Township
Democrat, is unupposed. Voters will
ballot in the Corwith Township Hall in
Vanderbilt.
DISTRICT EIGHT - No contest.
Albert Weber, currently supervisor for
Chester Township, is the unopposed
Democrat appearing on the ballot. The
district includes Charlton, Chester, and
Dover townships. Voting is at re0*—».**>«•»*•««•
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BY JIM WELCH
HT News Editor
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appear on the ballot.
DISTRICT ONE - Voters will choose
between incumbent Democrat Steven
J. Tomaski and Thomas Nelson, a
Republican. The district is all that part
of Gaylord lying south of Mitchell
Street and west of Center Street.
Ballots may be cast at the Gaylord High
School physical education building.
DISTRICT TWO - Incumbent
Republican I#e I .aCross faces a writein challenge from Bonnie Vance, an
announced Democratic late-comer.
Persons in this district ballot at the high
school. The district includes all of
Gaylord north of Mitchell Street and
west of Center Ave.
DISTRICT THREE - Voters in the
remaining portion of Gaylord will
choose between Republican incumbent
Beeman Simmons or Democrat
Richard Wilson. Voters will cast their
ballots at the high school
DISTRICT FOUR - In a repeat of the
race two years ago, Republican incumbent Kottney C. Hwchins mual
withstand the challenge of Democrat
Dan Hartley. The district includes the
west side of Bagley Township. Voters
will ballot in the township hall on Old 27
South.
DISTRICT FIVE - Two political
newcomers have squared off in this
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1WO SECTIONS M P A G E S
offer were Mayor Kenneth Campbell,
WayneBrowii and Patrick Mankowski.
Marcel WjHrerson was absent. Under
council rules, a tie vote is the same as a
no vote.
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Negotiations on the contract have
been underway since July 1, with
neither side able to settle. The artitralor, E. J. Forseyth of the Michigan
Department of Labor, was called into
the matter in August. Under labor Jaw,
his findingsere subject to review by the
courts on request of either side if it felt
the findings are unjust.
City Clerk Jean Tomaski said, if
awarded, the pay hike would cost an
additional $25,000 for the five-man
Gaylord City Police force. While
authorized for five men, only thee
officers are currently working Chief
Robert Tibbitts is not included in the
wage discussions.
It is thought that Local 214 of the
International Brotherhood of Team-
sters will move the matter into Circuit
Court in an attempt to settle the
dispute.
In a related action, the council approved the purchase of a 1975 Ford
police car from Moorhead Ford Sales of
Gaylord. Cost of the car was $3,298 with
a 1973 model automobile going in trade.
The council also approved the purchase of a five watt mobile radio for the
Gaylord Public Works Department at a
price of $470.
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City charter on ballot again
Hoping the second time is a (fcarm, the Ga#ord c i *
charter revision will appear on the No?, ft balfct. Sou*
1,500 voters are registered for this election according to
Jean Tomaski. city clerk. The first charter rewrite went
down to resounding defeat in a June election. The current
dty charter was draft«i in 1947.
The charter specifies that three councilmen will be
coandbnen will be elected from
elected at large
m J p o f t j t l j a r f K The election will take place on a earlier rewrite had s^ght to raise the total to 18 mifis
rotating basis every two years. The mayor will be elected Also wdeded inthorownte tsa provision tfcetenlftfortbi
at large eeWy four years.
city assessor to notify property owned tt l»erea3es In
Another compr W s e calls for the contim:
<n of nlwtlor. are to be assessed against e B ^ o p e r t y This
the city clerk and trdsTurer. a point that arouaSNNeV^rwin insure review and eppeaffrocesses
Copies of the proposed charter revision are available
last June.
from
the City of Gaylord offices in the Otsego County-City
T.ie operating millage will remain fixed at 12.5 mills per
$1,000 of assessed valuation in the proposed revision. The Building.
Damnum has maintained that there
was nothing irregular about any of his
activities.
Levin's running mate is Paul Brown
of Petoskey, an attorney and part of an
old Northern Michigan political family.
Major factors influencing the voters
ibis year are sure to be the state of the
economy and honesty in government.
The state appears headed for growing
unemployment this quarter because of
the slowness of automobile sales, the
state's largest single industry.
Local Interest High
Voters in Northern Micrugan nave
witnessed spirited races for several
political posts.
Incumbent
11th
District
Congressman Philip Ruppe, a
Republican, has been kept busy in his
campaign for election against
challenger Francis Brouille*.te of
Dickinson County. Both men have been
using television advertising heavily,
stressing their availability to the
people.
Ruppe. of Houghton, and president of
Bosch Brewing Co., has served in the
Congress since 1966. Brouillette is a
practicing attorney and Prosecuting
Attorney for Dickinson County.
The huge 11th District includes most
oi noriheasiern iowei Miiiugan and the
Upper Peninsula. The Upper Peninsula
vote is seen as the key in winning the
election.
State Politics
Interest also seems high in the race
for both State Senate and state House of
Representatives.
State Sen. Robert Davis of Gaylord
lias been forecasting publicly his return
to the Senate with a large margin of
votes over Democratic challenger
Prentiss Br».wn HI, a St. Ignace attorney. Sen. Davis, formerly of St
Ignaee, now makes his home in
Gaylord, normally a Republican
stronghold.
Brown, 28, has been stressing the
need ior change while Davis has
campaigned on his record of service to
the 37th District. The district Includes
northeastern lower Michigan and the
eastern portion of the Upper Peninsula.
Davis, formerly a State Representative, has served two terms i s senator
and is the Senate Majority Whip.
Brown, a physical health enthusiast,
has completed more than 000 miles on
bicycle and fool campaigning across
the district.
Voters' interest has also centered on
the race for 106th State Representative.
The district
includes Otsego,
Cheboygan, Presque Isle, Crawford,
Montmorency, Alpena, and portions of
Antrim, Charlevoix, and Oscoda
counties.
Republican E. Dan Stevens, an Atlanta
real estate broker. Mrs. Lee Is one-half
of a politically well-known couple. Her
husband, Bob, was an unsuccessful
candidate for the same Representative
seat in 1972.
Louis LeBlanc of Cheboygan is also
seeking the 106th Representative seat
as a candidate for the American Independent Party of Michigan.
Other State Races
Other races facing the voters on a
partisan basis are elections for
Secretary of State, Attorney General,
the Michigan State Board of Education,
members of the Board of Regents for
the University of Michigan, members
of the board of trustees for the
Michigan State University, and
members of the board of governors for
Wayne State University.
Four Proposals
Voters will also be asked to accept or
reject four statewide proposals when
they go to the polls Tuesday.
l ~ i G p G 5 o i n 8SKS t i i a i a l i alwCrivunCaat
be added to the constitution that would
limit to one-eighteenth the amount of
motor fuels taxes that could be used for
public transportation. The amendment
also requires that no money from the
highway tax funds be used for highway
patrol purposes by law enforcement
agencies.
The voter is asked to approve or
reject the proposed amendment.
Proposal B asks the state voters to
approve issuing $205,000,000 in
Michigan general obligation bonds for
the purpose of paying a direct cash
bonus to veterans of the Vietnam
conflict. The bonds would be paid off by
the general fund upon reaching
maturity.
Combat veterans would receive $600
in direct benefits while non-combatants
would receive $450. Veterans eligible
for the benefits must have served
between Jan. 1, 1961 and Sept. 1, 1973.
Proposal C was put on the ballot
through a petition drive earlier this
year. It asks that the four percent sales
tax be removed from food and drug
items sold in Michigan except that food
which is prepared for immediate
consumption.
The debate over the amount of tax
revenue lost through adoption of the
proposal nas oeen a hoiiy contested
item among the gubenatorial candidates. Gov Milliken has opposed the
dropping of the tax, claiming that lost
state rnvenies would necessitate an
immediate increase in the income tax.
Milliken has said that $200 million could
be lost if the tax is dropped.
Candidate Sander Levin claims that
the tax could be dropped without increasing income taxes. He has pledged
a reduction in state operation costs that
could make up the difference if the food
and drug *ax #as removed.
Proposal D asks the voters to approve
Issuing $1.1 billion of Michigan general
obligation bonds for the purposes of
funding transportation systems within
the state over the next 15 years. The
fands raised through the sale of the
bonds would be allocated as follows:
rail and bus systems, $362 million;
airport development, $100 million; port
development, $50 million; urban
transportation, $540 million; nonmotorized facilities, $25 million and
new system development, $20 million.
While almost half of the money will
go into urban mass transit, northern
Michigan will receive benefits In expanded air passenger and cargo service
as well as Increased upgrading of our
rati system. Part of the prog, a calls
for the state to actually purchase some
rail rights-of-way for rebuilding and
leasing back to railroad companies.
Upgrading of Great Lake facilities for
port cities Is also expected to
northern Michigan
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J^crcild J i m e s
Thursday, October 31. 1974
CF drive extended two weeks
DON'T
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With over half of its goal of $20,117
still unreported, the Otsego County
coming in slowly, but the totals we do
have are matching previous records. '
t,i*gnitaumj rami SilVj ia ueuig extended to Nov. 14.
Auuui f>,vw iiao uccu cuiitx'iea.
' W e r e in the home stretch," said
Jere Doyle, co-director of the annual
campaign. "Committee reports are
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Bernard Loyd, one of the campaign's
ousiest workers and a member of the
fund's board of directors, is proud of his
nearly complete total of $2,500, and
requests that any final donations in
have not bt«*j contacted to give to I
Community Fund are urged to make 1
contribution before Nov. 14 to P.O Bo
396, Gaylord 49735.
" T H E SHAGGY D 0 G M
Starring
FRED MACMURRAY
Due to the length of these features there will be only 1
performance beginning at seven thirty P.M.
Sun?Mon-Tues
Nov 3-4-5
MICHAEL CATNF
Starring In
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THE DAY
OF THE
Four men, including two incumbents are seeking two
positions on the state's highest tribunal, the Michigan
Supreme Court. Candidates are John W. Fitzgerald,
Thomas M. Kavanagh, both justices in the high court, and
challengers Allan Carpenter Miller and Blair Moody, Jr.
The judicial selections are under the non-partisan
section of the ballot.
PLUS
GEORGE C.SG0TT
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"THE BEARS AND I"
JOSEPH E LEVINE presents
TWO 99' SPECIALS!!!
Other candidates on the oallot in Judge Walsh's race
are John T. Letts of Grand Rapids, Donald E. Holbrook,
Jr., of Clare, and Robert Richardson of Saginaw. Two
mpn will h4» plprted The new district UICIUHPS some 66
counties.
T*»v iirr—"—f ju"K«» »"* aiso De returned to office in
the regular term of the Third Dv trict Court of Appeals
Glenn A. Allen and Thomas K. BUTIS are candidates for
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Our Fa ther, Who Art In Heaven
Hofhing
To Fear
Holy Redeemer Church
Vanderbilt
Msgr F r a n c i s K a m i n s k i
Sunday Mass at 10 00 a m
Frederic
R e v . F M l R Aumiltw
Sgnday School 10 00 a rn AAornlnb Worship u 00
am
Even,nq Worsnip 7 30 p m Y o . i * S ~ . c.
\A/e*W«~-ciay H O p m P r a y e r S o r v i r e
Thursday
••30 P m
Second and Center Streets
Ted Enaei Jr Pastor
9 4 in
Churcl Serv ce n oo
am
Art d /. •. . Fellowship Serv ce Wednesday
fl 00 P m
St. Mary Church
N Otsego and M i t c h e l l
Msgr Francis K a m i n s k i
Saturda
Masses a r e 5 00 6 00 7 oo
ig Masses a r e 6 00 8 00 9 00
10 00 "
. 00 noon Daily Mass at 8 00 a m
Confess
. Satt M a y f r o m J 30 to 4 30 p m
ana n th even w- a - 45 0 m
St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church
Hayes <*»»» »no M-32
The Pov C h 2 ' ! e t H " C " • '
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10 00 A m V p - n m g P r a y e r
l l o l l l V I IVII
Warmth, friendship, kindness, generosity inspired by our religious
faith have replaced superstition. Believing in the Love of God man has
nothing to fear.
Your children will remember f o ' ,aars the fun of Hallowe'en. Are
you making sure tney are learning *ne fundamental spiritual truths that
have turned yesto-day's fear into today's faith?
Once a year we celebrate the death of superstition. Every Sunday
we celebrate the birth of Believing.
ScnpfutM Wtecinj »v lh« American Birlr Sooty
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday "*
Isaiah * Matthew * Romans * Proverbs * Ephesians • Hebrews •
Luke
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Rev L e e P B.ttner i l l . Pastor
V.orn ng Worship 11 30
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Wednesday
United Methodist Church
1 S S Ci-nler Avenue
Rev Dwayne Summers
M o r m n g Worship at 10 30 a m C h u r c h School f o r
an ages. 9 00 A w Worship service broadcast a t
10 30 a m on WATC 900 on A M d i a l
St. Thomas Church
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A t l a n t a . M i c h i g a n I M i ; c n o r t h on M-33
Rev. Gladys M e y e r . Pastor
Services Sunday 7 nn p m
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Adventist Church
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P a s t o r . Jess Nephew
Sabbath S< hool 9 45 a m . Church I I M a m
Vanderbilt Community
Church
Vanderbilt
Rev R o b e r t H . Shaffer
Sunday School
10 00 am. M o r n i n g W o r s h i p .
1100 a m l n f e r r - e d ates
Tuesday. 7 00 p m .
C C Y F Wednesday. 7 00 p m . Choir p r a c t i c e .
Thursday 7 10 p m
F a m i l y W o r s h i p at 8 00 a m and 10 30 a m Holy
Communion Each Sunday at A l t e r n a t i n g Services
Sunday Church School at 9 00 a m until 10 15 a m
Community Free
Methodist Church
Wolverine
Rev Gordon Evoy
Sunday School 10 00 am. Sermon 11 00 am.
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p.m.. E •>-•-. ng Serv ce 7 3 0 p m .
M i d Week prayer s e r v i c e Wednesday 7 00 p m .
W v S Second T h u r s d a y
Harry's Sunoco Service
Gaylord
Custom B l e n d e d Gasoline
Sunoco Oils A P r o d u c t s
L.J. Ormsbee Motors, Inc.
Dodqe C h r y s l e r P l y m o u t h
Gaylord
Gaylord State Bank
Gaylord Service Center
Repair Sales
Sewing Machines V a c u u m Cleaners
i l l N Center 732 369J
Purchase Sales, Inc.
D i s t r i b u t o r s of Borpens M I T * A ice C r e a m
A i r p o r t Read. Gayrord M i c h Ph 732 $101
Haivala Construction, Inc.
Excavating
Gradtn?
Trucking
Gaylord. Michigan
Huffman Shell Service
Jim's Clark Super 100
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West M a m . G a y l o r d
Chester Township
An all-Democrat slate is on
the ballot in Chester Township. Candidates are super
visor, Raymond Butka; clerk,
Robert Borowiak; treasurer,
Mary Zimbicki; trustee, Paul
Schmitz; and constable,
Anthony Dreffs.
Con* ith Township
One office features a contest
in
Tnrwith
Democrat Martin Kucharek
battles Republican Myrtle
Hilhker for the office of
supervisor in Dnvpr TWn.
srup. other office seekers are
uncontested. They a r e :
Republican Karen Sewell,
clerk, Democrat Lucille E.
Boughner. treasurer; and
Donald Wescoat, a Democrat,
as constable
Township,
Democrat Floyd Robinson
seeks the office of trustee over
Anyone involved in business
may be interested in this
course. "By 1980, nearly 75
percent of the work force will
hold jobs that demand individual thinking rather than
practiced skills. Over half of
those working will be under 35
and will be better educated,
more sophisticated and more
demanding than employees
today," say John Trocke, the
Extension District marketing
agent who developed the
workshop.
The fee for the workshop is
$30 and includes all materials,
lunch each day and cost of one
semester credit at North
Central Michigan College
candidate for
is appaiem in
Henry Mason, supervisor,
clerk Richard Wojtkowiak. a
Democrat; Republican John
Nowak, treasurer, and
Sylvester Kolasa, constable
Livingston Township where
Democrat Marilyn Duncan
seeks the post of trustee
against Republican Isadore
Kcslcvrcl;:.
Uu<.iiaiiengea
office seekers are Republican
Otsego Lake Township
There are no ballot contests
in Otsego I.ake Township
candidates are Democrat
Alton McNett, supervisor;
Livingston Township
One
Klmira Township
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j v"c unite is uncontested in Elrnira Township. Leonard Skop, a
Democrat, is the only name on
the ballot for supervisor.
Democrat Felix Figiel faces
Repuolican Viva Kelso for
clerk. Democrat Dorothy
Cherry challenges Republican
Charlotte Buell for treasurer
while Ralph Robarge, a
Democrat, is running against
Republican Charles Furney
for trustee. Democrat Donald
Cherry seeks the constable's
job as does Republican Ricky
Olarid.
Hayes Township
Office seekers in Hayes
Township come from different
parties, but each is uncontested. Republican Louis
Sanders seeks the supervisor's title while Democrat
Chester Skop looks to be
treasurer
Republican
Marjone A Tolman would be
treasurer and Democrat
Walter Romanowski seeks the
title of trustee. O'Riley Myers.
a Republican, is the un-
iate
Republicans Cecelia Schotte,
clerk; Vergeline Miller.
treasurer, and Robert W
Bebb. Sr . trustee; and
Democrat Charles Coonrod,
constable.
Voting for all township
officers will take place at
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Church of the Nazarene
1004 East M 32
D a v i d F o u n t a i n . P2stor
S u n d a , Bible Classes. 9 30 a m . (Sun ) Worship
Services. 10 3 0 a m & 7 0 0 p m
Teen Fellowship &
Bible Study (Sundays) 8 30 p m . Wednesday
Prayer & Praise Service. 7 30 p m . Thursday
Ladies Bible Study & P r a y e r M e e t i n g . 1 00 p m ?nd
& 4th F r i d a y ea month M e n ' s Planning Luncheon
12 noon
C h a l e t . C o m m u n i t y Child Care Center
Weekdays f r o m 7 a m to 6 p m
Calvary Baptist Church
225 S W i s c o n v Ave
R i c h a r d H a l t e r . Pastor
Sunday School 9 45 a m . Worship Service 11 00
a m . E v e n i n g Fellowship G r o u p s . 6 30 p m .
E v e n i n g Service 7 30 p m . Wednesday Prayer
Service 7 30 p m
i
Wolverine United Church
Of Christ
(Congregational)
Rev Dale M c A l v e y
Morning worship s e r v c e
9 00 am. Sunday
school. 10 00 a m , Women's f e l l o w s h i p meets the
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each m o n t h Youth Group
Wednesday. 7 30 p m
MENS & WOMEN'S (OMTEMPORARY
OPENS
Church of Christ
Wolverine
Old 27 South
Louis Rushmore, M i n i s t e r
Bible Study 10 00 a . m . . M o r n i n g Worship l l 00
a.m.. E v e n i n g Service 6 00 p . m . , Bible Study
Wednesday, 7:00 p . m .
First Congregational
Church
United C h u r c h of Christ
W Second and S Otsego
Rev Charles Hastie
M o r n ng Worsh.p. n u r s e r y tor small c h i l d r e n 10 00
a m
C h u r c h School
11 00 a m
Women's
Fellowship sernnrt Wednesday. M e n ' s Cluo last
AAonday
clerk,
Democrat Gerald Flynn,
treasurer; and Democrat Ron
Pruitt, constable.
Financial workshop
slated here
Business
managers in
Northern Michigan will explore capital
budgeting
techniques, principles of
financing with debt funds and
a management tool called
PERT during a Financial
Management and Planning
Workshop, on Nov. 7-8 at the
Chalet Motor Lodge, 8c 30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
This workshop is being cosponsored by the Michigan
State University Extension
Service,
North
Central
Michigan College, Gaylord
Area Chamber of Commerce,
the Gaylord High School
Vocational department and
the
utsego-Montmorency
County Extension Service.
Oliver
contested
constable
41$ N Ohio Street
Rev. j era Id Poehl
Sunday School 10 00 a m . M o r n i n g Worship 11 00
a.m.. E v a n g e l i s t i c Service 7 30 p m . Wednesday
P r a y e r a n d Bible Study 7 30 p m
Woiverine Baptist Church
Kenneth O T r u m a n . Pastor
Sunday School 10 00 a m . M o r n i n g W o r s h i p .
11 00 a m . Youth M e e t i n g 6 30 p n , E v e n i n g
Serv ce. 7 00 p m , M i d Week Service, Wed
nesday 7 3 0 p m
uie Chariton Township ballot.
Dc-nocrat Lila Mae Keskine
Marian
Dover l ownshin
Charlton Township
Twn raop«5 »ri» inr-lurlpd r»n
Republican Brice Pederson.
Other office seekers a r e
Repubhcan Joseph DeUler,
supervisor;
Republican
Assembly of God Church
F i f t h and Court Streets
Chester F r a n i k e Pastor
Daily " D i a l
A
M e d i t a t i o n " Phone 732 2633
Sudnday School 9 **• • — . M o r n i n g w o r s n i p 11:00
I m , E v e n i n g Service 7 3 0 p . m Wednesday F a m i l y
Service 7 3 0 p m A l l Youth O e n v j n - » 7 20 ? IB
Women's M i s s i o n a r y last Tuesday o f m o n t h
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sets visit
Bagley Township
An all-Republican slate is on
the ballot in Bagley Township.
Tin* cauuiiidU**} are supervisor, Robert Wood; clerk,
Alden Smith; treasurer,
Shirley Jenkins; trustee, D.
Earl Kimble; and constables
(two to be elected) Albert
Kassuba and Dale M. Tolman.
opposes Republican Sherry
Huff for township clerk and
Democrat Jack Weber versus
Republican Gordon Henry for
constable.
Unopposed is
Republican Willard Brown for
supervisor;
Mazine
Koscielniak for treasurer and
John Bush for trustee.
Frederic. Michigan
«iien Arsnoc Pastor
Sunday School. 9 45 a m . W o r s h i p Service 11.00 . >,.
a m E v e n i n g Fellowship Groups. 6 p m Evening
Service. 7 p m Wednesday Prayer
Service. 7 30
p.m.
Trinity Lutheran Church
3 M i l e South of
G n y l o r d o n Old 27
Ivan Schalla Pastor 712 4816
occurred on the southern edge
of the 1-75 overpass.
A car driven be Jerry
Ostrander
of
Gaylord
reportedly struck head-on a
car driven by William Sanders
of Gaylord. Deputies say that
early investigation indicates
that Ostrander was left of the
centerline when the accident
took place. He was heading
south and the Sanders car was
coming north.
Kenneth
Powers,
a
MT. PLEASANT - Central passenger in the Sanders car
M i c h i g a n U n i v e r s i t y ' s and Jack R Scott, a passenger
Faculty Woodwind Quintet in the Ostrander car, along
will take a swing through with the drivers, were taken to
central
and northern Otsego County
Memorial
Michigan, including Gaylord, Hospital suffering
from
on its annual concert tour multiple cuts and bruises.
beginning Monday, Nov. 4 Sanders was later removed to
with performances at Mt. Little Traverse Hospital,
Pleasant High School and Petoskey.
Chippewa High School. It will
The accident remains under
be in Gaylord Friday, Nov. 8 investigation. No tickets have
at 1:15 p.m.
been issued.
Voters will elect "grass
roots" representation this
year in Otsego County
townships. Most townships
will be selecting supervisors,
cierk, treasurer, one trustee
and constables. The following
candidates will appear on the
township level in Otsego
County.
First Baptist Church
Otsego Lake
Baptist Church
O l d 27 South Otsego Lake
Rev Peter Porta. Pastor
Sunday School 10 00 a m Worstvp Service 11 00
a m Young Peoole's M e e t i n g 6 30 p.m E v e n i n g
Serv ce 7 30 p m . M i d Week Prayer
Service
.'. ,; esddy
50 p m
Four Gaylord men were
reported in fair condition
Wednesday following a twocar accident Tuesday afternoon. Deputies of the Otsego
County
Sheriff's
Department said the mishap
took place on Old 27 south
about 3:45 p.m. The accident
< E
M i d d l e School. 615 S E l m Gaylord Room I ,
Wednesday, a t 7 30 B i b l e study & F e l l o w s h i p
* * * *
Gaylord
Guiding Light Church
204 West F i f t h Street
<3 Block E a s t of U S 27
Sunday Services at 10 30a m
C h u r c h of G o d
R e o r g a n i z e d C h u r c h of
Jesus C h r i s t
of Latter D a y Saints
Hallowe'en today means children flocking from door to door to
enjoy the bounty of neighborliness. But in the Dark Ages this night was
regarded with dread and apprehension.
Christian Science Society
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four injured
SHOW TIME SUNDAY1 - 3 - 5 - 7 AND 9 P.M.
SHOW TIME MONDAY & TUESDAY 7 AND 9 P.M.
CLOSED WEDNESDAYS
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Hied Chicken
A Gaylord jurist will be one of four men watching
election returns with close interest on Nov. 5. Circuit
Court Judge Daniel Walsh is thought to be in a close race
for one of two seats to be filled on the newly created Third
P A L L & W I N T E R S C H E D U L E I N E F F E C T S E P T . 1st.
DOORS O P E N W E E K N I G H T S 6 45 SHOW STARTS A T
5 E Y E I 1 D O C K S O P E N S W N U A T ' S iz:49 a r u m L U M I N O U S
FROM ONE P.M.
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In A d d i t i o n To 2 0 % O f f A n y Seafood D i n n e r
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Bagley Township be returned to hi
Grayling, Michigan
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The heavy industry total, which
includes Plywood and Standard
Products, is bound to break last year's
figures with $3,000 already pledged,"
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Thursday, October 31. 1974
Otsego County A b s t r a c t C o .
124 East M a m Street
Pnone 732 $765
Mid North Equipment
Company
Mastey F « , u , o n r ^
Hutchins Insurance Agency
Phone 737 437S
Gaylord Lumber & Fuel Co.
West M a i n . G a y l o r d
732 4004
Wickes Lumber and
Building Supply Center
Orem B. Mero, Agency
Phone 73} SI36
S31 t
Higgins Industries, I n c .
Producer t <* C o * * , « *
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Vand»rb,it
Moorhead's Ford Sales
G'Vord
M.th.gan
Edward Strode
Gaylord
Hidden Valley
Home of the Otsego Sm Civo
And Merchants)
Complete insurance Service
Sheldon
Phone 731 S146
Made-Rite Potato Chip Co.
G a y l o r d Branch
Jack Lovelace
Phone 732-4353
Johnson Oil Company
M a r a t h o n ProdiKts
Phono 732 S4W
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J^C r a i d ] i m C S
AS THE PROBLEMS of the county, state and nation
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For Governor — Michigan has benefited substantially
Milliken at the helm. We feel he h a s been, and will continue to be, a m a n of action. However, we endorse h i m
with reservations about his lieutenant governor candidate, J a m e s J . Damman, whose past performance a s a
public servant is disappointing.
For Secretary of State — Democrat Kicnard H. Austin
is far and away the best candidate. He h a s m a d e m a n y
important changes a s secretary of state the p a s t four
New' charter revision
ueSerVeb
The Herald Times feels the latest proposed charter for
the city of Gaylord deserves approval from the city
residents. This proposed charter, rewritten substantially
from the first voter rejection in June, contained workable
compromises on several of the key sections.
The proposed charter calls for the election of our city
denied a chance to elect those people who have a n influence on their lives.
The operational millage allowed for city expenditure is
limited to 12.5 mills, the same a s the current c h a r t e r .
While this figure appears to be a hindrance in the face of
climbing costs, the voters flatly rejected the proposed 18
elected at largp the other.« in h*» pWtpH through thp
present ward system. r ihe compromise charter revision
also calls for the election of the city clerk and treasurer a s
well a s the mayor from an at-large position. This should
satisfy the critics who said that the people were being
The Gaylord citv charter is the framework through
which our fair city must operate. It is time that the
charter gets the revision it needs to allow our community
to keep pace with its growth. We urge adoption of the
charter revision for the city of Gaylord.
No on A and C; Yes on B and D
HERE'S HOW THE HERALD TIMES STANDS on
the four state proposals on next Tuesday's ballot:
The Herald Times gives a " n o " vote to Proposal A. This
proposed constitutional amendment, if approved by a
majority of the voters, would limit to one-eighteenth the
amount of funds available from the highway motor fuei
taxes for mass transit or public transportation. It would
also prohibit use of any money from the motor fuel tax
fund for the purposes of highway patrol by law enforcement agencies.
We see this as a foolish proposal authored by private
interests invoived with the building and maintenance of
our road system. When, at a time where priority must be
given to finding alternative ways of travel, a proposal that
would limit the funds available for that research, must be
suspect.
increased highway
agree that the inassist in reducing
death or injury to
Michigan has a reputation for fine roads and highways.
However. We must not hwvimp c^ npfttw>tivo r«f thr>«e
cement ribbons that we Uniit the search for viable travel
alternatives or remove safety factors that m a y save lives.
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THE HERALD TIMES SUPPORTS Proposal B , the
so-called "Veteran's bonus bill". The approval of this
measure would authorize the state to issue $205 million in
general obligation bonds to pay bonuses to qualified
veterans of the Vietnam conflict who served honorably
between J a n . 1, 1961 and Sept. 1, 1973.
This state has a history of rewarding the men and
women who serve in time of military need. State bonuses
or benefits have been given to veterans of Wo r ld War II
and Korea. There is no need to break the tradition with the
veterans of an unpopular war.
THE HERALD TIMES CASTS a " n o " vote for
Proposal C. While the idea of removing sales tax from
food and drug items is most attractive, where the needed
revenue will come from to replace this lost tax money is
not defined in the proposal. We think more details a r e
needed before the voters make a decision on this question.
It is true, that percentage-wise, poorer income people
pay a larger percentage of their income in taxes such a s
those on food and drugs. In this way, the tax seems most
regressive. However, unless more details a s to sources for
alternative tax dollars a r e brought forward for the voter
to consider, we must stand opposed to the proposal.
It is unfortunate that the political parties have chosen to
use the proposal a s a political hot potato, sometimes
resorting to financial hocus-pocus in an attempt to make
the lost revenue from the sales tax disappear. It will
appear again in another form of taxation.
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THE HERALD TIMES supports Proposal D for the
sale of statewide transportation system bonds in the
amount of $1.1 billion. We believe that development and
upgrading of our transportation systems, especially in
mass transit, rail, and air facilities Is most important if
Michigan is to play its role in the nation's commerce.
It is easy for u s in northern Michigan to adopt a n uncaring attitude about t h e ought of the urban dweller.
However, the high costs of doing business because of
transportation problems is directly reflected in the cost of
living index for our area.
It is proposed that $362 million of the bond monies be
used in the upgrading of the rail systems, especially in the
northern portion of the lower peninsula. Under plans
being considered, the site would actually own and
maintain 1,600 miles of track, perhaps the first step
toward nationalization" of the roads. However, in this
case, such a move m a y be the only way we c a n save the
rails at all.
Because of federal funding, the $1.1 billion is expected
to swell to $6.25 billion, a figure that should allow a quality
expansion of badly-needed transportation systems.
The People Speak
Political junket not exactly
belt-tightening
Editor
Otsego County Herald T u n e s
Gaylord, Michigan
Dear Mr. Grisso:
A few days ago I viewed and
listened to President Ford a s
he m a d e a n i m p a s s i o n e d
speech relative to you and I
tightening our belts and
c u t t i n g our e n e r g y e x penditures. Again i say, what
is going on here?
Mr. Ford is now on an 18state junket (strictly one
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hundred percent political).
Instead of staying in tne
n a t i o n ' s capitol w h e r e he
should be, at this vital period
especially, he is using Air
F o r c e No. 1, along with
helicopters and limousines.
This is all very legal, but you
and I will not appreciate it this
winter when our drive is full of
snow and no g a s available I
would dare to say that the fuel
involved in this Republican
political
junket
would
probably have been sufficient
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E S T A B L I S H E D 1875
Ot<«go County Herald Times, Inc.
Pnone 737-5144
121 Mortfi Otsego Ave., Gaylord, Mich. 4»71S
J A M E S L. GRISSO Editor.
General Manager
J A M E S W. W E L C H News Editor
P R E S T O N O D E T T E Advertising Manager
P U B L I S H E D W E E K L Y ON T H U R S D A Y SECOND
CLASS POSTAGE P A I D AT T H E G A Y L O R D
M I C H I G A N POST O F F I C E U N D E R THE ACT Of
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Thursday, October31.1974
v T-_ :
is intensified.
This year, with Watergate still fresh in every
American's mind, and inflation still chewing holes in our
pocfcetbook, the decisions you make in the voting booth
next Tuesday can be especially significant.
The Herald Times has reviewed the qualifications and
platforms of the candidates. On the basis of this review,
the HT makes the following endorsements:
Also the use of motor fuel funds for
patrol makes sense. Traffic experts
creased presence of highway patrols
moving violations that can result in
highway users.
,
Thursday, October 31. 1974
We like these candidates
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On* Veer «• on
to supply Vanderbilt and its
environs tor quite some lime
to come.
i Or
JrO'u
niul
3HUI l
memories or the desire to
forgive and forget, this is the
same man who upon his
confirmation a s V . P . l a s t
winter immediately gathered
his family and jetted off, I
bp|i**vp to Colorado, while you
and I (damned fools, m e at
least) sat at home conserving.
His lame excuse? This is an
a n n u a l family affair, a
tradition.
Well, I say to h— with
t r a d i t i o n and e s t a b l i s h e d
practices in an emergency;
circumstances
alter
procedures. It becomes increasingly apparent that the
President subscribes to do as
I say, or request, not as I d o . "
Relative to the present V.P.
confirmation hearings, with
IRS pains now entering the
picture, I a m most firmly
convinced that we the people
could not s t a n d a n o t h e r
Agnew fiasco, nor should we
tolerate that possibility. Write
your
representatives
in
Washington
Mr. Ford made a snide
remark the other d a y saying
" t h e D e m o c r a t s , if a n y
stronger, would spend the
dome right off t h e Capitol.
Personally I do noi believe the
President is this naive (or is
he) a s the Republicans have
long ago succeeded in this
\{e r a i d Jime
years, and we want that kind of administration to contin^.
For Attorney General — There is no contest here, in our
opinion. Democratic incumbent F r a n k J . Kelley can stand
on his record a s attorney general against a n y opponent
and come out a winner.
For »!th District Congressman — Republican Philip E .
Kuppe nas represented am uiei n Miciiigan weii in his four
years as our representative. We feel his record h a s earned
him another term.
For 37ih District State Seiuikir — One of t h e most experienced and most knowledgeable men in the state
legislature, Republican Robert W. Davis h a s proven his
leadership ability time and time again. We strongly endorse him.
For 106th District State Representative — In this r a c e
between two relatively inexperienced persons in government, we have to give the nod to Republican E . Dan
Stevens. Stevens should m a k e a good state representative
for this district.
For State Board of Education (two to be elected) — We
endorse Democrat Barbara Roberts and Republican
Florence F . Saltzman.
For Board of Trustees of the University of Michigan,
S u c s ^ s u o'-svr uuxvcrsiij s s s rrayuc s*5»e university
itwo to be elected) — We do not have sufficient information about the candidates to m a k e an endorsement.
For Justice of the Supreme Court (two to b e elected) —
The leading candidates a r e Thomas M. Kavanagh and
Blair Moody, J r .
For Judge of the Third District Court of Appeals (two to
be elected for new term) - As previously stated in a n
editorial dated Oct. 17, we strongly endorsed Circuit
Judge Daniel F . Walsh of Gaylord. We also recommend
Circuit Judge John T. Letts of Grand Rapids.
For Judge of the Third District Court of Appeals (two to
be elected for a regular term) — Glenn S. Allen and
Thomas M. Burns a r e running unopposed.
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For County Commissioner District 1 (southwest
Caylonl) — Ra«p«i m his experience a& a cvuniy commissioner, we endorse Democrat Steven J . Tomaski.
For County Commissioner District 2 (northwest
Gaylord) — Republican Lee LaCross h a s demonstrated
the strong leadership and sense of obligation needed on
the board of commissioners.
For County Commissioner District 3 (east Gaylord)— A
m a n who h a s undertaken a number of projects in his two
years on the board, Republican Beeman Simmons gets
our vote.
F o r Cdumy Cuuiuiissioner District 4 (west side oi
Rngipy Township) — Incumbent Republican Rodney C.
Hutchins, based on his experience in local government,
should be elected.
F o r County Commissioner District 5 (east side of
Bagley Township) — Republican P e t e r J . Crawford is the
best qualified candidate for this position.
F o r County Commissioner Districts 5, 7,8 — Democrats
Felix Kucharek, J . Richard Yuill a n d Albert Weber a r e
unopposed for the districts, respectively.
F o r County Commissioner District 9 (Eimira, Hayes
and Otsego Lake townships) — Incumbent Republican
J.W. St. John h a s demonstrated his lead^-ship on the
board the past two years and d e s e r v e s re-election.
If If Fits..."
Watch out for pheasants
By Jim Fitzgerald
WHAT J I M SPARLING may not understand is that the
pheasants a r e getting away, for lord's sake. Something
has got to be done before this nation is overrun with
rampaging ringnecks.
It is a fine thing for Sparling to be against gun controls.
But what this country really needs is a law requiring
every citizen to own a gun and to kill at least 1 animal per
week. Otherwise, there'll soon be a 10-point buck
crowding in front of you in the A & P checkout line.
Sparling is a Republican candidate for Congress from
my district. He recently told a Michigan Deer Hunters'
meeting: " F i r e a r m s don't kill people, people d o . "
Strip off the back of his conservative gray suit and he'll
stick to any bumper.
Sparling was speaking in Lapeer but he g a v e no indication he was aware of the great danger nearby. He
wasn't even wearing a pistol. Probably his d u m b aides
hadn't told him about the marauding pheasants taking
over the State Game Area just a few short miles north of
where he stood, unarmed. Otherwise, he would have
sounded a warning: "Firearms don't harvest pheasants,
people do. And you'd better get busy."
territory w a s secured quickly with no'enemy surviving.
The only casualty among the h a r v e s t e r s occurred when
an infantryman r a n up against a particularly stubborn
flip-iop beer can and cut a knuckle.
But something subversive infiltrated the DNR this year.
P e r h a p s it all started when a p a r k r a n g e r was scratched
by a Communist squirrel. Anyway, a n unAmerican
decision was m a d e . There is now no prior announcment of
exactly wlicn the pheasants will be released. The invasion
can come a t any time, without warning. There is no w a y
the harvesters can be prepared. They can't m a n the fort
24 hours every d a y . After all, this is a volunteer army and "»•
even the most patriotic harvester m u s t spend some time
earning a living, helping the hired m a n shoot wheat.
The fearful result is not surprising. In our game area, a
pheasant survival rate of 40 percent and even 50 percent a
week h a s been reported. This m e a n s almost a s many
pheasants a r e staying Put a s are being Took. There m a y
well be a n escaped pheasant flapping around your home
right now, a s you i e a u these very words.
This is happening despite the heroic efforts of a few
harvesters who have been tracking the trucks that deliver
the pheasants to the game a r e a s . A D N R driver recently
complained to a newsman: " T h e y ' r e just like hounds.
Everytime I go to Put some pheasants, there they a r e
with their shotguns, ready to h a r v e s t . "
The Mich. Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR) started
the trouble with its Put and Take program. T h e DNR
breeds thousands of pheasants and then releases them at
various locations so hunters can harvest them. As I
pointed out last year, the hunters wear bibtop overalls,
c a r r y pitchforks and drive Allis-Chalmers tractors. Back
on the farm, the hired man is shooting wheat.
That's good news, of course. But it isn't enough. The
"L)NR h a s iois of trucks. Many more tracking harvesters
are needed. And they must be brained a n d financed It is
not enough that men like Sparling fight gun controls. What
this nation needs is legislation requiring a machine gun in
every window and a bull's eye on every animal.
Otherwise, there'll be a pheasant in the White House
some d a y .
PUT AND TAKE worked fine last season. The DNR
told harvesters when and where the pheasants would be
released, so attack plans could be m a d e in advance. In our
area one weekend, it was possible to muster 3,500 harvesters against 250 pheasants. Under these conditions, the
area. As the old Indian saying
goes, •ihis man speaKs wiui
forked tongue", which sure as
hell is more truth than fiction.
In closing I would get a little
closer to home. The repeal of
the sales tax is long overdue.
It is no surprise that Governor
Milliken is against repeal. I
can understand why this tax
would be trivial to a
millionaire; however, to roe
and hundreds of thousands
like m e on a fixed income, this
tax is anything but trivial and
with continuing and rising
inflation it gets more burdensome. Furthermore, we
are one of the few remaining
states perpetuating this tax on
the very essentials of daily
living. Is it possible that if
repealed, the tax bite could
get a little deeper (say, for
example) into the pockets of
the five extremely wealthy
gentlemen
who recently
chaired a "fund raiser" for
the
Governor''
Read
(Milliken-Levin Debate, 74:
F r e e Press, 10-24-74)
As a UAW retiree I was
happy to contribute to the
Levin campaign through my
union. As our unemployment
rate soars here in our fair
Slate I must agree with I*vin
that we a r e in dire need of
tough, aggressive leadership
rv»
Sincerely,
Arthur Hill
Vanderbilt, Ml
r^Under
THIS HALLOWEEN I'M going to be a witch, a n d make
a witchy suggestion for future Hallo we ens. Doubtless, I'll
be tarred and feathered and throttled with m y own
broomstick, but here goes...How about phasing out the
tired tradition of "Trick or treating?"
Marilyn
Den
ham
for next year, couldn't we brew up a more healthy and
safer Halloween tradition?
"Ouch! Give a witch a break and let m e finish." First,
the little reasons, Foi suuie peupie, especially iiie elderly,
it's a d a m annoyance, physically and financially. Even
the pumpkin on the front porch costs seven cents a pound,
and is usually swiped by a greedy goblin early in the
evening.
So much for a pain in the neck and the pocketbook.
'Trick or t r e a t i n g " is also a big pain in the bicuspid. AD
year we tell our children, sweets a r e bad, then comes
Halloween and we shove them out the door to beg for
candy. Of course, a s soon a s they return home with their
loot, we order them to hand it over because i t ' s bad for
them. Gee, that even perplexes m e !
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District One
Democrat
(1-3) Steven J . Tomaski is
the Democratic candidate for
the county commission from
District One in the city of
Gaylord. He is a g r a d u a t e of
G a y l o r d High School and
attended
North
Central
"We'ra in y o u r h a n d s - '
3. Please capsule your education and work experience.
4. Please target the critical areas of concern on your
governmental level (county, regional, or state). What
actions do you propose to ease those concerns?
T^*~»
(4) My biggest concern on
the county level is money. I
imagine that everyone read
about the increase in the
county's budget. I felt that the
County
Commissioners
finance committee did an
excellent *ob of t r ' T n r r , ' i " •*
down. Our biggest cuts were in
the salaries of elected officials. I realize that we a r e in
an e r a of severe inflation but a
$3,000 to $5,000 raise is not
justified. I think we must
tighten our belts and spend
our money wisely.
(5) I think that there is a
new e r a coming as far a s
politics is concerned. A new
honest breed of people a r e
seeking office. We a r e undergoing a definite change in
government. Watergate and
some of the other political
scandals have brought about
this c h s s g s . I fee! thst being
honest is the only way to increase public faith in government. I feel that all meetings
should remain public a n d that
closed door sessions should
not be allowed. Political appointments should be m a d e
according to qualifications of
the individual with no
preference to political party
or other influencing factors. I
will strive to attain these goals
and
make
our
county
government more open and
truly a government of the
people.
(A) Yes. I feel that the
county needs a co-ordinator to
handle the affairs of the
county. We cannot expect
elected officials to take care of
the insurance policies that the
county has. We need someone
to handle bids on equipment
that the county needs. We
need someone to handle union
(B) Y e s . I do favor a
county-wide police force. I a m
serving on the County Law
Enforcement Committee at
the present time. We a r e
hoping to provide the citizens
of Gaylord and Otsego County
with the most complete law
enforcement p r o g r a m a n d
slill k e e p e x p e n s e to a
minimum.
I think that we deserve the
right to the best possible
police protection that we can
£*nd. Citizens of Gaylord and
Otsego County should be
assured that all they have to
do if in trouble is pick up the
phone and help will be there in
a matter of minutes.
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District Two
Democrat
(1-3) Mrs. Ronald (Bonnie)
Vance is a write-in candidate
for the District Two seat a s
county c o m m i s s i o n e r . She
makes her home at 609 North
Court Street in Gaylord. She
graduated with high honors
from
Western
Michigan
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_„..»-—l _ v/i. > mx o i v j . UIIC i.ci.-i n u t fM^u a o
Michigan
College
and
Michigan State University. He
has taught school, served a s
an administrative assistant at
Hidden
Valley,
a n d is
currently in sales work.
a school teacher, hospital
office worker, and retail clerk.
She is the current president of
the Otsego County Ambulance
C o r p s , a housewife a n d
mother.
(4) The assurances of what
the people want should be
more open and less secretive
about its workings and functions.
The news media should be
kept informed and in turn
inform the people a s to project
expenditures.
(4) People and all of the
services which they need to
live happy, productive lives.
County government has for its
use m a n y d o l l a r s of t a x
money. This must always b e
spent with the concern for how
much service for the people
are we buying with each
dollar.
(5) I would, if elected, set
aside a day a month in the City
County Building for an inf o r m a t i v e m e e t i n g of t h e
people of Otsego County.
(A) This question will have
to be answered by a vote of the
people and I would abide by its
findings.
(B) There m a y be some tax
dollars saved in miscellaneous
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District One
Republican
(1-3) Thomas M. Nelson of
208 South Court Street is the
Republican c a n d i d a t e for
county c o m m i s s i o n e r from
District One in the city of
Gaylord. He is a lifetime
resident of the city and a
graduate of local schools He
hoc
Music and currently is an
entertainer with the F r e e and
Easy music group that per*
forms in clubs in Northern
Michigan.
:
( C ) I think t h a t O t s e g o
County has many pressing
needs. We need a central
sewage ^yatan around Otsego
Lake. We need more parks
and recreation centers for our
local r e s i d e n t s . We
i
better controls on real e s t te
developers. But, I feel t h a t the
most pressing need in this
county is a more complete law
enforcement program. Otsego
County is growing every day
•nd with its growth comes an
increase in crime. -
IT'S ALSO A SAD fact that some kids, AND adults
take the " T r i c k " part seriously. (Told you I was a witch.)
But garbage on the living room floor, or a stink bomb
through the door, aren't what I'd term simple pranks.
Halloween is a good time to "Get even," and get away
with it. R a m e m b e r the grouch who bawled you out for
running a c r t w his flowers? Go get him!
A few other " T r i c k y " goings on, aren't so funny either.
Hundreds U you.igsteni dahs-ng back and forth across the
streets torn HaUoween into tragedy. Nor do I find myself
'Having fun''over reports of raaor blades and LSD hiding
in apples and popcorn balls.
Boo all you * — * . witches never were very popular., but
2. What office are you seeking'' What party designation
do vou have?
I
Kut n n
a n nv*»rall
look at the situation there may
be added expenses that a r e not
yet incurred by having two
separate departments.
A recent study showed that
a multiple phase effort to
streamline the state's current
criminal justice system,
suggests that all agencies,
including the City and County
Law E n f o r c e m e n t
units,
b e c o m e s u b - u n i t s of t h e
Michigan State Police. I don't
think state control is the answer to this problem. There
have been efforts to coordinate services
between
Village a n d County Law
Enforcement agencies in the
past that have a workable
solution to both governments.
The City C h a r t e r does
provide for a Police Chief and
thus would have to be left to a
Charter amendment.
(C) The need for a better
understanding of government
to lcpo10 whst t h ° r> ec r> !"s'
wants
and needs
are.
Government
should
encourage the younger people to
participate in certain projects
in connection with their
classes in school. It should
luxe the local people where
qualified to work in the different government agencies.
It should p a r t i c i p a t e in
programs and projects to help
the senior citizen enjoy life,
not make it a burden or
hardship. There a r e no easy
solutions to today's problems
but a l i t t l e m o r e understanding and consideration
for the other person could help
solve some of the difficulties.
Lee LaCross
District Two
Republican
Did not answer
questionnaire
(5) Public faith in our forms
of
government
is still
basically firm. It is faith in the
people who have been making
governmental decisions that is
slipping and often rightly so.
When people in positions of
authority have lost the confidence through their ill advised acts they should be
replaced with others who a r e
more capable of making sound
decisions.
Decisions
of
government affect the lives of
many. I>et the ones unsuited to
make make wise decisions
make ones which affect only
their lives, not ail of ours.'
(A) No, although there m a y
be much to say about the efficiency in d o l l a r s which
m i g h t be r e a l i z e d , it is
questionable that such a
m a n a g e r could save t h e
county more than his salary. A
full time manager would of
necessity be making decisions
now m a d e by the commissioners, elected officials,
thus removing these decisions
further from the control of the
citizens of the county.
(B) Y e s , the type of work
and decisions which comprise
a police force a r e specialized,
best m a d e by professionals.
(C) O r d e r l y g r o w t h a n d
improvements in the county
which benefit all the residents
and not special investors.
5. What step will you take to restore and/or increase
public faith in goverr»r.cnt°
LOCAL QUESTIONS
Beeman Simmons
A. Would you favor the hiring of a fulltime county
manager to handle the day to day business affairs of the
county?
District Three
Republican
B. Would you favor a county-wide police force which
WOIUG sc- vc both city, v:i;5ge ^-.-2 •. uiai areas under ihc
direction of a police administrator if a financial study
proved such a program was workable and tax dollarsaving?
(1-3) Beeman Simmons is
the Republican candidate for
miintv commissioner
f'.,r
District Three in the city of
Gaylord. Simmons makes his
home at 221 East Felshaw
Street and has lived in this
C. What, in your opinion, is the most pressing need in this
county that government can provide to the local resident?
pages 7 and 12
opportunities, taxes, government spending.
Dan Hartley
District Four
Democrat
(1-3) Daniel L . Hartley of
4800 West Otsego Lake Drive
is a candidate for county
c o m m i s s i o n e r in District
Four, the western portion of
Bagley Township. He is a
Democrat. Dan is a nine year
veteran of the Detroit Police
Department and operates his
own business.
(4) I would list inHation, job
t-I^% C*_
(4) If we a r e to continue a s
a great nation our local units
vi guvei luueni inusi be strong.
As we watch the structure of
our g o v e r n m e n t and i t s
workings, the Irend seems to
be toward more and more
strength at the central level
rather than at the local level. I
will continue to work with
local units of our government
so we can have this basic
strength.
(5) I have faith in the
greatest government man has
ever known, the United States
o: Amsrcca. « s 5 s u lougr.
times in the 30's and in the
War Years of the 40"s and at
other times in this nation's
past. If we have problems,
(1-3) Rodney C. Hutchins of
Route Three, Gaylord is an
incumbent Republican cand i d a t e for county commissioner from District Four,
More answers on
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f/%»* 1*7 •Ttnwf
a graduate of Gaylord High
School and attended Grand
R a p i d s J r . College and
Aquanis College. He is selfemoloved in Gaylord
1. Please give your full name and address.
lacking in these areas because
at the present time elected
officials handle these and
many other duties that a r e
vital to the function of the
county government.
A witchy suggestion
,By
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T H t QUESTIONS
pi u u i c i i i S . A uiiiiiv ujav n C a7£
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(5) In the time I have lived
in Gaylord I have never had
an elected county official ask
me what I thought of an issue.
Conversely, I have had a few
get angry because I expressed
an opinion on certain issues. I
believe all elected officials
should seek out and be
directed by what the electors
want. Too long the inner
workings of county government have been kept behind
closed doors and out of the
public eye. This situation must
be changed.
Rodney Hutchins
District Four
Republican
the west side ot Bagley
Township He is a school bus
driver and served six years a s
county zoning administrator.
He h a s also operated his own
business for 30 years. He
attended Gaylord schools and
solve them right now.
(A) At this time I would not
favor the hiriniz of a fulltime
county manager. I would be in
favor of hiring a person to help
the people of this county with
ali uie foi ins and ihe iike they
are required to fill out in this
day and HUP
(B) A study of this program
is underway. When the facts
are in I will be happy to m a k e
a judgment.
i C) A larger return share of
our federal tax monies. In my
opinion Otsego County h a s not
received their true share. Our
county is giving
active
leadership in the new Northe s s ; ....v....^.. MOitpvWer
Consortium. By this leadership we will see more of these
tax monies returned to Otsego
County.
is a Marine Corps veteran.
(4) No Answer.
(5) No Answer.
i A i If money
saved, yes.
could
be
(B) Yes.
(C) No Answer.
(1-3) M r s . Beverly
J.
Robinson of Kassuba Road is a
D e m o c r a t i c c a n d i d a t e for
county c o m m i s s i o n e r for
District Five, the eastern
portion of Bagley Township.
She is a native of the area and
attended Gaylord schools. She
is a housewife and the mother
of three children. She is a
school bus driver and active in
several
civic
sports
(A) No.
(B) Y e s . •
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(C) Spending reform to
d e v i a t e the burden on tax
p a y e r s , especially r e t i r e d
people on fixed incomes
Mrs. B. Robinson
Albert Weber
District Eight
Democrat
Did not answer
questionnaire
(5) No Answer.
District f»i*e
Democrat
t B) If we could save money
(A) No Answer.
((*) No Answer
(\) No Answer.
VOTE
DEMOCRATIC
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1974
PAUL BROWN
SANDER LEVIN
for Lieutenant Governor
for Governor
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Dunr-iL
STtVtN J. TOwASKi
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RICHARD WILSON
District 3
County Commissioner
vHfii/t
District 1
District 2
County
County
Commissioner
Commissioner
Jk
DANIEL HARTLEY
BEVERLY ROBINSON
District 5
County Commissioner
District 4
County Commissioner
Di»* Wilson
District Three
Democrat
Did not answer
questionnaire
FELIX KUCHAREK
District 6
County Commissioner
J. RICHARD YUILL
District 7
County Commissioner
ALBERT WEBER
District 8
County Commissioner
DARIUS BUELL
District 9
County Commissioner
Felix Kucharek
District Six
Democrat
Did not answer
questionnaire
FRANCIS BR0UILLETTE
for Congress
11th Congressional District
PRENTISS BROWN
foi State Senator
37th District
FAY LEE
for State Representative
106th District
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(1-3) Francis D Brouillette
The energy crisis r« mains a
turing within our District and
i w .
wi tfOii mvuiiUiiii i> •SSSiQjj
&c.-iie,
Although we a r e no longer
faced with acute shortages,
our fossil fuel supplies a r e
both finite and expensive. I
have consequently authored
an e n e r g y r e s e a r c h a n d
development bill to increase
our c o u n t r y ' s supplies of
clean, renewable energy.
the
11th
District
Congressional
s e a t for
Michigan. He is a Democrat.
Brouillette is a graduate of
Marquette University with a
bachelor of science degree
and also holds a law degree
federal taxes which could
provide 150,000 additional jobs
in the state.
Jviivuo
c a n d i d a t e for t h e United
States Representative from
Michigan's 11th District. He
a t t e n d e d Central Michigan
linivprslt v and the University
of Michigan before receiving
his B.S. from Yale in 1948. He
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Thursday, October 31,1974
j/iuuiciii.
9 ls»nripr«hin T h o nhilitv «~
•
STATE AND REGIONAL
A. Do you support full disclosure of income sources and
campaign financing for all candidates?
1. Please give your full n a m e and address.
(5) 1. Financial disclosure
of campaign contributions and
expenditures and a personal
financial disclosure.
2. r e u e r a i
do you have?
3. Please capsule your education and work experience.
R What la yoiir nnininn nn parmarkinp state lottery funds
for aid to education?
4 Ptono» tarffet Uie critical a r e a s of concern nn ynnr
governmental level (county, regional, o r s t a t e ) . What
actions do you propose to ease those concerns?
5. What step will you take to restore a n d / o r increase
puuuc i«iiu» J"« JCTS.—~—.
separation t a x that once allowed townships to claim a
percentage of the royalties paid for oil and gas extraction
for t h e purpose of capital improvements a n d road
maintenance?
w - -
make decisions a n d convince
others so that our state would
3. Inflation. B a l a n c e t h e
federal b u d g e t . D e c r e a s e
Defense Spending Waste and
Defense
Spending a n d
reduction
of
federal
bureaucracy.
Secondly, the restoration of
confidence can be aided by
tcugn new campaign retorm
:.-.:„!..?:.-_- T ~»«n«allv in.
troduced such legislation last
r-rancis Brouiiiette
Philip E. Ruppe
February, and a m pleased
from Marquette. He is a
about the fact that a far- veteran of the U.S. Army.
is a veteran of the Korean
reaching campaign reform
conflict. He has been general
Brouillette has s e r v e d a s
bill has just been signed into
manager and now president of
Dickinson County prosecuting
law. Similarly, the Congress
the Bosch Brewing Company.
attorney from 1960 through the
must make every effort to
First cltxleu tu Congress in
present day. He was also Iron
reform its internal operating
1966, he serves on the House
Mountain city attorney from
p r o c e d u r e s . I h a v e conInterior Committee and the
1958 to 1960.
sequently supported efforts to
House Merchant Marine and
t h e House's
Fisheries Committee. He is modernize
(4) 1. Unemployment. The
committee
system,
to
married and the father of five
unemployment in our District
overnaui the c o n g r e s s i o n a l
daughters.
is m o r e than twice t h e
oudget process, and to restore
national average. I recomthe Congress' constitutional
141 Inflation is undoubtedly
mend effectively working with
war-making authority.
the chief concern of the 11th
the big three auto m a k e r s to
Such reforms a r e vital to
Congressional District and of
convince them to establish
restoring
confidence.
this nation a s a whole. I
component p a r t s m a n u f a c However, in the final analysis,
believe we must t a k e a
public faith c a n only b e
every American is entitled to
number of steps to bring this
regained if every public ofc e r t a i n b a s i c r i g h t s of
r-omplex a n d d e v a s t a t i n g
ficial ; ecognizes that a pubiic
privacy. I do not believe that
problem under control, inoffice is a public trust.
my personal financial concluding: i l ) holding federal
dition has any impact on the
spending to $300 billion, (2)
job I do as a Congressman, nor
e n a c t i n g tax changes to
( M I support full disclosure
should my personal Financial
stimulate the economy and to
of campaign contributions and
condition have any impact on
bring i ellef to low and middle
expenditures
a n d have
income taxpayers, (3i in- a l r e a d y m a d e m y own how citizens feel about the job
I a m doing a s their elected
stituting a n effective energy
campaign reports available to
representative. I have a
• onservation program. i 4 )
several
newspapers.
stimulating the housing inrprorrt a s a nuhlir official
However. I lielipvp that industry, and (51 increasing our
formation about a candidate's
which is open for anyone who
country's supplies of food and
personal finances is personal
wisltes to make a judgment
IT. nature, »nd believe that
about my qualifications, and
THE QUESTIONS
2. What office are you seeking? What p a r t y designation
the return we receive from the
taxes we send to Washington.
(5) I first feel that the
Federal Government uuiS* r.ct
e n c o u r a g e i t s citizens to
Vvaiim-o thst it can so!v? every
problem by establishing a new
federal agency. Rather, we
must find ways t o return
power to t h e s t a t e s a n d
localities w h e n e v e r
that
power can be better used on
those levels.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
i m S i*x * « . i v v» our
p a r t i c i p a t i o n in
3. Electing honest officials
who will be completely candid
with their constituents.
4. Greater openness from
government committees and
disseminating federal actions
to the press and people.
(A) Yes.
(B) Not a federal question.
(C) Not a federal question.
(B) This is a question which
must be decided by the people
of this state in conjunction
with their state representatives and senators.
<f"\ A o o i n tViic i o a HIMWlMlWl
which must be decided by the
people of this state a n d by
state elected officials.
AN OPEN LETTER
FROM GOVERNOR
MILLIKEN
Drar Senior Citizens:
During (he past six years as your G o v e r n o r , 1 have b e e n d e e p l y c o n c e r n e d a b o u t t h e p r o b l e m s
of senior c i t i i c n s . As a result c f t h e s e c o n c e r n : . , ! h a v e d i r e c t e d m y AuiiuiUStc&tiOii i«-» i<mc n e w ,
a n d c r e a t i v e s t e p s t o i n s u r e t h e s e n i o r c i t i z e n s o f t h i s s t a t e a full a n d p r o d u c t i v e life. S o m e o f
t h e efforts o f m y A d m i n i s t r a t i o n i n c l u d e :
1. A revised p r o p e r t y t a x relief p r o g r a m w h i c h h a d t h e effect o f r e d u c i n g t h e t a x l i a b i l i t y o f
o u r senior c i t i z e n s b y $ 4 0 m i l l i o n .
In o r d e r t o i n s u r e t h a i s e n i o r i i i i ^ e n s h a v e full a d v a n t a g e ot this t a x relief, I h a v e a p p r o v e d
legislation g r a n t i n g a $ 1 0 0 a d v a n c e p a y m e n t t o assist in t h e p a y m e n t o f s u m m e r t a x e s .
2. A n e w t a x c r e d i t for sales t a x p a i d o n f o o d a n d p r e s c r i b e d d r u g s . T h i s r e s u l t s in a savings t o
senior citizens o f $6.8 million.
3 . N e w l e g i s l a t i o n w h i c h e x e m p t s t h e first $ 7 , 5 0 0 of p u b l i c a n d p r i v a t e p e n s i o n b e n e f i t s f r o m
t h e S t a t e I n c o m e T a x for a single r e t u r n , $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 o n a j o i n t r e t u r n .
4. A n e w n u t r i t i o n p r o g r a m w h i c h c u r r e n t l y p r o v i d e s h o t m e a l s - a n d o t h e r services - for
more than 8 . 0 0 0 senior citizens daily.
5. A n a p p r o p r i a t i o n o f s t a t e f u n d s t o p r o v i d e s p e c i a l i z e d t r a n s p o r t a t i o n .
I believe t h e a b o v e e x a m p l e s a r e s i n c e r e e v i d e n c e o f m y c o m m i t m e n t t o p r o v i d i n g a life of
graduate of the Wayne State
University College of Mortuary Science.
(4) E s c a l a t i n g p r o p e r t y
taxes — to this end I believe in
and have introduced a constitutional a m e n d m e n t to
d r a s t i c a l l y r e d u c e school
operating millage property
taxes to between 6-10 mills and
rpninrp lost Iocs! revenue with
State funding and distribute
funds equally for all school
children throughout the State.
would w o r k t o e n c o u r a g e
business to stay in Michigan.
Also to s e e that a larger
amount of t a x dollars a r e
returned to the state from the
federal government.
2. P r o p e r t y Tax. I feel this
should be limited.
3. Sales Tax on food and
drugs. Should be eliminated.
(A) Yes. I voluntarily
disclosed a l l m y income
sources and finances which
are on record in the County
C l e r k ' s Office i n Otsego
County and the Secretary of
Slate's Office in Lansing.
(1-3) E . D a n Stevens of
A t l a n t a is a R e p u b l i c a n
candidate
for
State
Representative from the 106th
District. He is a graduate of
Atlanta High School and has a
M.A. a n d B.S. from t h e
University of Michigan. He
has worked a s a high school
teacher, c a m p director and
has served on a school board
(5) I believe the problem in
this a r e a of concern is communication
a n d responsiveness. I plan to visit all
areas of this district on a
regular basis, a n d to keep the
people well informed on all
legislation of concern to this
(B) I a m always asked this
question. On iiie surface it
sounds like a good idea, but
over 50 percent of the lottery
funds n o w , w h i c h is $60
nullicn, zcce t c ^ m x ! fiSfififfJBB
tteaiui i < u c i»«o g o t t e n t o be
education. If the balance of
one of our most pressing
the money would be used to
problems — a s Chairman of
increase the education budget,
the Public Health Department
I would probably support it,
budget of the Senate Apbut more than likely if the
propriations C o m m i t t e e , I
funds were added, that much
have consistently fought for
and won approval of ad- money would b e deducted
from the General Fund conditional funds
for t h i s
li "uuiiCfi.
Department and will continue
to do so.
(C) Yes. I might add that on
Environmental
legislation
May 7, 1974 I introduced
— I have sponsored and
Senate Bill 1356, which in
'xmtininually worked for good
essence provides a 1 percent
environmental legislation.
increase in severance taxes.
Each y e a r o n e l e g i s l a t o r
The
money
would b e
receives t h e Michigan E n vironmental Award. In 1972 I distributed t o the counties in
received the a w a r d for m y which the wells were located.
Enclosed is a copy of Senate
efforts
promoting
enBill 1356 which I introduced.
vironmental legislation and a s
We a r e a l w a y s open t o
Chairman of the Department
suggested amendments or
of Natural Resources Apchanges which will be of
propriations Committee, have
benefit to our district. The
worked hard to fully fund the
intent of this legislation is that
Department's
budgetary
the money would be spent
needs.
« uaVc conuniiciiiy sponsored anti-litter legislation,
such a s the elimination of
throw-away bottles which has
not passed the Legislature yet
but hopefully will yet in some
amenable form.
I will continue t o support
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e
v4«* vv.»;
via > 'wua
aiiu
Prentiss Brown Ml
and lower t h e m a x i m u m
number of mills that would be
included in the formula. This
woulc" redistribute a greater
percentage of state school
dollars io out-state school
districts.
I propose a work program
for welfare recipients a s a
m e t h o d of p r o v i d i n g incentives for people to r e establish productive lives.
I propose amendments t o
the
Rcvprsl
niihlio
mechanism tn curb the rapid
growth of state spending.
E. Dan Stevens
(5) I will attempt to conduct
and board of review. He is my office in a n open and
currently a r e a l estate broker
responsible manner. I know of
and taxation analyst for the
no other way to gain respect
Michigan
House
of
for that office.
Representatives.
(A) I think that candidates
(4) A school aid formula
should be required to disclose
which gives very few state
all details of their campaign
dollars to income poor outrevenues
a n d expenses.
s t a t e school d i s t r i c t s ; a
However, I a m not sure that
welfare system which seems
any useful purpose would be
to e n c o u r a g e r a t h e r t h a n
served by requiring public
discourage
recipient
disclosures by candidates of
dependency; the lack of job
their personal income sourv.vuuun prGgra7i»3 i0r norces.
i uu icci u i m IIIU.M.thern Michigan; and the rapid
sources should be disclosed by
escalation
of s t a t e e x persons when they assume a
penditures.
public office so that conflicts
euiy
problems that arise as a result
of oil involvement within a
county. The bill that I have
introduced woulo. produce a
minimum of $116,000 to Otsego
County
based
on 1S73
production figures.
of interest can be avoided.
I propose t o change the
school aid formula so a s to
(B) The question of earguarantee a higher e x ( C o n t ' d on P . 7)
penditure per 3tudent per mill
Revised City Charter
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new provisions to m a k e it a valid useful ' r a m e w o r k for
efficient City g o v e r n m e n t .
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ELEVI I V I I
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NOTICE IS HEREBYflVEN,That a General Election will be held in the
County of /OTSEGO.
State of Michigan
ST
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Michigan, 2 M e m b e r s of Michigan State University Board
of Trustees, 2 M e m b e r s of W a y n e State University Board
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PROPOSAL "A" LIMITING USE OF MOTOR FUEL TAX FUNDS.
PROPOSAL
PROPOSAL
B' VIETNAM A N D OTHER VETERANS BONUS FUNDS.
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PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
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Industrial
Development:
Democratic party. She has 20
This a r e a requires the select
Voting for the v e t e r a n s
years of business experience
bonus...which is long overdue,
analysis of o u r present inoperating a chain of clothing
since every other veteran in
d u s t r i a l f a c i l i t i e s , Tourism
stores in northern Michigan.
n»her wars have received it.
and Commercial Processing.
These two a r e a s are closely
Returning home as often as
and uniquely related in Otsego
possible to keep in touch with
the people.
County a s t h e y must be
provided ft* a n d maintained
in a manner wnicn will keep
(5) Stop w a s t e a n d u n Peter Crawford
them in harmony with each
necessary spending of tax
District Five
other.
money...insisting on honesty
Republican
in informing the people what
Transportation: This is an
— bcln" •*'•»• *—t**» Hyfa »-— (1-3) Peter H. Crawford of
oron vital to our industries as
Charles Brink Road is t h e usleii above. »»£ Hl«*»»» proviue
GUMMCJ•
R e p u b l i c a n c a n d i d a t e for
the necessary m e a n s for these
Keeping the people in my
county c o m m i s s i o n e r from
industries to grow and prosper
district fully informed of all
District 5, the eastern portion
through close representative
actions. Working to provide
of Bagley Township. He at- communication a t all levels
the m o r a l l e a d e r s h i p s o
tended Gaylord Community
(local, state and federal)
necessary.
Schools before taking studies
Zoning a n d Community
Putting m y twenty years of
at the University of Colorado
Planning: We m u s t design an
business experience to use the
and Michigan State Univerequitable
a n d realistic
same way I had to do to stay in
sity. He has worked in several
community plan which will
business.
protect our environment and
hay Lee
products
industry a n d
h e r i t a g e w h i l e offering a
(A) Yes.
currently is president of P &
She also taught for several
systematic outline for growth
years, holding an A.B. degree
ana development.
(B) The whole educational
firm involved in automotive
from
Western
Michigan
financial p i c t u r e m u s t be
fleet service and repair and
University. She is active in
(5) Personally, I do not feel
changed. Earmarking of any
the automotive after market.
many civic organizations.
that the public h a s lost confunds does not m a k e for equal
fidence in government at the
e d u c a t i o n a l financing for
(4) Primarily, the major
(4) Helping o u r s e n i o r
local level. I do feel that enevery district in the state,
concern both presently and in
citizens by a tax exemption on
couraging communication
which I feel must be done.
the future is the rapid growth
property taxes for the first
between elected officials and
of Otsego Coiuty a n d sub$5,000, which would reduce red
their constituents a s well as
(C) I do not have all the sequently the methods a n d
tape, waiting for refunds and
between the various levels of
facts available a t this time,
plans we initiate to deal
not receiving refunds due t o
govpmm*»nt is the answer to
which I should have before
competently
with
the
inability to make out proper
building
a
responsible
making a firm answer, but to
problems this growth factor
forms. Voting for the repeal of
government.
me, I feel I would support it.
brings about. I feel this growth
affects e v e r y t h i n g in o u r
(A) I do not have enough
community.
information a t this point to
Obviously t h e r e a r e no
m a k e a d e c i s i o n on this
(Cont'd from P. 6)
earmarking the lottery would
simple answers to these
subject, but some questions do
only decrease the general fund
problems due t o the unique
supplements school aid in a n
come to mind:
supplement by a like amount,
complexities of our developing
amount ten times greater than
Obviously this position of
the net effect of earmarking
county. The following a r e
lottery profits, and because
county
manager
would
the lottery funds would be areas which I feel we should
m a r k i n g lottery funds is
require a considerable salary
zero. It would be like taking
carefully pursue and analyze
purely rhetorical. Inasmuch
— would the county be able to
money out of one pocket and
so that we shall have the
as the state school aid formula
justify this s a l a r y ?
putting it right back in that
ability to r e s o l v e
their
currently requires a general
Who would t h i s official
same pocket.
problems in an efficient and
fund
grant
of
nearly
answer to for his day to day
orderly manner.
$650,000,000 a n n u a l l y t o
decisions?
(C) I would consider reEducation: The combined
Would one m a n be capable
enacting the oil a n d g a s a n a l y s i s of o u r e d u c a t i o n
of
making
cuuuly-wide
snnplpmpnt the e a r m a r k e d
separation UIA, but wouiri
system and facilities and a
decisions
on
a
daily
basis and
funds, shifting the $65,000,000
much prefer to allocate a high
realistic resolution of what our
what
limitations
or
guide
lines
lottery profits to the school aid
percentage of royalties paid
needs a r e now and in the 10 to
would be established for him
fund would result only in a
on tax-reverted lands to the
20 year future.
to operate under?
lower general fund grant by
counties and townships. I
Law E n f o r c e m e n t : T o
"Isf! t o n n w n l c lpuiclatinn t o
determine for the ™*»a»nt »nrt
(Cont'd on P. 12)
the g e n e r a l fund a l r e a d y
that effect.
the future the most competent
Same as present charier 12V, mills per
City T a x Assessor required to notify you of an increase in your
valuation.
y^. rrw^oCu,
urtn
designed
to
encourage
economic development so that
they would be applicable to
out-state a r e a s . In addition, I
propose a rural economic
division for the Department of
Commerce.
I propose a tax limitation
J - - _ J
(1-3) M r s . F a y L e e of sales tax on food and drugs,
Onaway is seeking election t o
which definitely is a hardship
the 106th Representative seat
on senior citizens and the poor
E. Dan Stevens
M a y o r serves as Chairman of Council voting on issues.
Sincerely,
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f s i f h •u.Hth c t s f p STV? its—»'
government. I have strongly
supported Common Cause's
position on the complete and
total disclosure of finances. I
have voluntarily disclosed my
financial
statement
to
Common Cause. I believe we
should establish a code of
ethics for elected public officials, but I caution that the
voters a r e always the final
juuge. I ucueve I nave, in the
last eight years of m y service
to the people of Northern
Michigan, h a d a complete
open-door policy, listened to
their opinions, and reported to
them on all m y activities on
their behalf.
d i g n i t y for o u r s e n i o r c i t i z e n s . H o w e v e r . I b e l i e v e t h e r e r e m a i n s m u c h y e t t o b e a c c o m p l i s h e d .
I w o u l d like v e r y m u c h t o b e a b l e t o c o n t i n u e t h e s e e f f o r t s a n d t h e r e f o r e , a m a s k i n g for y o u r
help - a n d y o u r v o t e - o n N o v e m b e r 5 t h . T o g e t h e r , we can c o n t i n u e this necessary effort.
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(1-3) Prentiss M. Brown III
district.
is a resident of St. Ignace and
the Democratic candidate for
(A) Yes.
the 37th s t a t e s e n a t o r i a l
(5) There a r e a number of district. He is a graduate of St.
(B) I feel this h a s some
steps I have a l r e a d y taken t o Ignace High School and Albion
merit, but should be studied
i n c r e a s e p u b l i c faith in
College. He holds a law degree closely.
government. However, I do from the University of Iowa
not believe that because of
College of L a w a n d is a
(C) Yes.
wiial h a s happened on ine practicing attorney.
naticnal level that people have
Millage Limitation:
6 . A n e w l y o r g a n i z e d Office o f S e r v i c e s t o t h e Aging as a n i n d e p e n d e n t s t a t e a g e n c y r r * n n n « i K U
for t h e c o o r d i n a t i o n o f services t o s e n i o r c i t i z e n s . I h a v e a l i o d i r e c t e d t h i s office t o i n s u r e t h e
p a r t i c i p a t i o n o f s e n i o r s in this e f f o r t .
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and work for the contir-'ation
a n d i m p r o v e m e n t of r a i l
service in our a r e a .
!.-~f
the cost of federal c a m p a i g n s
by means of the income tax
check off system.
part of that record is certainly
my honesty and integrity a s a
representative of the people
who elected m e .
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(1-3) Robert W. Davis is the
incumbent state senator for
the 37th Michigan District who
is s e e k i n g reelection. H e
makes his home a t Wah Wah
Soo Drive at Otsego Lake. He
has served a s state senator
since 1970. He was the state
representative from the 106th
District from 1966 until 1970.
He is a funerai director and a
Thuiday, October 31, 1974
More answers
National, State candidates answer questions
(1-3) Philip E. Ruppe of
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Shop At Home: 732-2424
THE POLLS of said election will be open a t 7 o'clock a.m.
and will remain open until 8 o'clock p.m. of said day of
election.
CITY OF GAYLORD
Jean Tomaski, Clerk
TOWNSHIPOF BAGLEY
Alden L. Smith, Clerk
TOWNSHIP OF CHARLTON
Lilamae Keskine, Clerk
TOWNSHIPOF CHESTER
Robt. Borowiak, Clerk
TOWNSHIPOFCORWITH
Marian E. Oliver, Clerk
TOWNSHIPOF DOVER
Stella Dipzinski, Clerk
TOWNSHIPOF ELMIRA
Felix Figiel, Clerk
TOWNSHIP OF HAYES
Chester Skop, Clerk
TOWNSHIPOF LIVINGSTON
Richard Wojtkowiak, Clerk
TOWNSHIPOF OTSEGO L A K E
Cecelia Schotte, Clerk
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i i m n
Susan Tomaski bride of Curtis Dulinski
Susan Elane Toma&ki and
Donald Curt; Dulinski. both
of Muskegon were united in
marriage Ott. 19, ai Si.
Mary's ChurchMsgi. Francis
Kaminski pretded over the
double-ring cermony. Susan
is the daughtetof Mr. and
Mrs. Frank 'nmaski of
Gaylord and Domd is the son
of Donald
Dlinski of
Muskegon.
win in the autumn <utlutp tn A'npnfpst royalty
The evening will begin with a social hour at 6:30 p.m.
Dinner will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be served buffet
style
Knights' serving team. Following
dinner,
J « „ „ . „by
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Th»
West Branch, will begin.
Tickets are $10 per person and may be purchased from
the Gaylord State Bank's main office or Pine Trees
hriH*»
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mot i i<igc uy UB? iciici, approached the altar wiring an
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IlcKets wiii aiso be available ai iiie uuui.
DeGroot said that a short program will highlight the
evening and will feature the introduction of 1974 Alpenfest
Queen Jean Marie Snook and members of her court.
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with vellow sweetheart roses
inserted in places.
flowers the same as the
bridesmaids'.
A buffet dinner followed the
ceremony at Corwith Hall,
,
. .
Joan iomasKi, maid of
honor, wore a dark green
velvet empire style dress with
mint green chiffon. A gieen
velvet bow secured the chiffon
veil to her head anrf cK«
carried a bouquet similar to
the brides's.
was best man for Donald, and
his attendants were Dun
Wooten and Bob Brown, also
of Muskegon. Gregory Fox
was ring bearer for the
couple left for a honeymoon to
Canada and the Lastern
United States. They will
return and make their home in
Muskegon.
Vanderbilt
Janet Tomaski and Mrs.
Jarkip
Rnlinopr
•ar^ra
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empire styled floor length
bride's attendants and they
were attired identically to the
rfrocc «f ~ ^ : t c ]ZZZ A „ ; u v c
mUia *:~. /-\_ u , _ »._ , >
«mmp tvnp nf bO!inUSt2. Diane
wore a chapel length vf. She
carried a bouquet of aiumn
colored daisies and nuns
Tomaski, flower girl for the
ceremony wore a yellow
chiffon empire styled dress
with yellow and green print at
the bottom. Diane carried
VOTE REPUBLICAN
The bride is a 1971 graduate
of Gaylord High and has
graduated from Muskegon
Thp hriHo'c mother choose a
lighi green tioor ieiigui dicss
Rn<sinps«!
with lace making for the event
which was accented by a
corsage of matching daisy
mums in autumn colors. The
groom's mother wore a light
blue floor length gown with
silver buttons to the waist and
a corsage identical to the
bride's mother's.
CnMor%
VOTE REPUBLICAN FOR EXPERIENCE.
INTEGRITY, AND PROGRESSIVE
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presently employed at Jim
Powers Real Estate.
LEADERSHIP.
The groom is a graduate
from Muskegon Busi. ?ss
College also, and has served
three years in the U.S. Army.
He is presently employed at
Gerpres Wringer Co., a
division of Beatrice Foods.
Mr. 6- Mrs. Curtis
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Mr& Mrs. Russell D. Bresser
Kimberly Catt and Russell
D. Bresser, both of Gaylord,
were united in marriage Oct.
20, at the United Methodist
Church,
Gaylord. Rev.
Dwayne Summers presided
over
the double
ring
ceremony. Kimberly is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Glen
Cat* of Gaylord and Russell is
the son of Mrs. Curtis Bresser
of Gaylord and the late Mr.
Bresser.
The bride approached the
red and white carnation
decorated altar, with her
father Glen Catt, wearing a
long, white empire waisted
gown. The gown featured a
lace yoke, encompassed with
ruffles. The long, laced
sleeves featured a band of
white at the elbow. Ruffles
also framed the cuffs and
flowed down the front of the
dress. Her headpiece was
accented by seed pearls
surrounding the white cap.
She carried a bouquet of white
roses, stephantis and baby's
breath on top of a white bible.
Betty Ralston of Gaylord
was maid of honor for Kimberly. She wore a rose, print,
floor length dress and carried
a nosegay of red roses.
Thomas Merry of Gaylord
was best man for the
ceremony. Kevin Smitter of
Gaylord escorted guests to
their seats in the church.
Mrs. Catt choose a navy
blue, floor length gown accented by a corsage of red
roses for the event, l n e
groom's mother wore a mint
Save money this winter.
cut your heating :osts up to 17%"
with our official insulation program.
Last fall, a t t h e direction of t h e Michigan Public Service Commission,
Michigan Consolidated introduced a low-cost home ceiling insulation
program designed to conserve N a t u r a l G a s and c u t heating costs u p
to 17%.
How successful h a s t h e program been? Well, in the past 10 m o n t h s ,
more t h a n 37,700 homeowners h a v e installed ceiling insulation a n d , as
a result, over one billion cubic feet of N a t u r a l Gas per year is being
conserved. T h a t ' s enough t o heat over 6,500 additional homes this
winter. And, t h a t ' s why we're continuing o u r insulation program again
this fall. Because now is t h e time to insulate and save.
T h e heart of our p r o g r a m is simply t his: Install six inches of ceiling
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WILLIAM G. MILLIKEN
Dulinski
JAMES J. DAMMAN
Candidate for Governor
Candidate for Lt. Governor
Bresser
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STATE AND COUNTY GOVERNMENT,
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Dave Silvis of Muskegon
ushered guests to their seats.
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VOTE REPUBLICAN
VOTE TO RETAIN RESPONSIBLE
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Thursday. October 31, 1974
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Tickets are still available for the annual Alpenfest
Queen's Ball Saturday at the Gaylord Knights of
Columbus Hall. Mr. and Mrs. John D. DeGroot, dance cochairpersons, have urged residents of the community to
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ins,,(inn i n your home. I t ' s a quick, easy and inexpensive project
thamosi homeowners can accomplish by themselves for a b o u t $100.
ow can you get t h e j o b done? First, you can do it yourself, and
we'liiarlly provide a free handbook t h a t tells you how. Secondly, y o u
can l\e it done by a n insulation contractor and, if you wish, we will
provi. you with a list of qualified firms. Or, third, we c a n h a v e the
job do- for you through one of our participating s u b c o n t r a c t o r s . T h e
cost isften under $200 for homes with less t h a n 1,000 s q u a r e feet of
ceiling-c.i.
If y^ wanl the j o b done t h r o u g h one of our p a r t i c i p a t i n g subcontractors..,, have a p a y m e n t plan t o suit every budget. Y o u can p a y
cash. Or.ou can p a y over a n extended period a t an interest r a t e of
moniy on the unpaid balance. ( A N N U A L P E R C E N T A G E
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T h e n*| for energy conservation is as great today as it was last
v. ar. So in i,in. now. You'll be holding down winter h e a t i n g costs and
saving Nat ..i <; , s , too. Call us for details or for a copy of our handhook.
green, floor length gown and a
corsage of white roses.
A reception immediately
followed the ceremony at the
Chalet Inn. The newlyweds
will reside in Gaylord.
The bride is a 1974 gradduate of Gaylord High School
and was last employed a*
Glen's Market, Gaylord.
The groom is a 1964
graduate of Gaylord High
School and a 1970 graduate of
Central Michigan University.
He has served with the U.S.
Army in Viet Nam and is
presently employed at the
Holiday Inn, Gaylord.
PHILIP E. RUPPE
Candidate for U.S. Congress
11th Congressional District
ROBERT W. DAVIS
Anniversary
noted
37th Senate District
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Buckler were honored with an
open house in celebration of
their 50th wedding anniversary. The occasion was
Sunday, Oct. 20, and was given
by their six children, all of
whom were present. Th«
children vrerc Mia. B^Liy
Keeslar of Oakdale, Calif.,
Mrs. Nancy Peabody of
Allegan, Mich., Billy and
Clayton Bucklet of Newberry,
Mich., and Mrs. Mattie Lee
Townsend of Gaylord.
Thirteen grandchildren and
two great grandchildren were
also present. Guests from out
of town that attended were
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bates, Jr.
of Oakdale, Calif., and
daughters Chris and Nikki,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Nicholson of Morse, Sask.,
Can., Mr. and Mrs. James
Richardson of Pentwater, and
Mrs. Joanne Doremire of Mt.
Pleasant. The open house was
held at the Buckler home on
Hallock Road.
Governor And
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We care about your tomorrow.
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Attorney General
Congressional, 11th
Congressional District
TOM NELSON
Legislative, State Senator
1st District
37th District
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JAMES F. 0'NEIL
State Board Of Education
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FLORENCE F. SALTZMAN
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Michigan State University
LEE LA CROSS
Members, Board Of Regents
Michigan State University
Members, Board Of Governors
Wayne State University
Members, Board Of Governors
Wayne State University
County Commissioner
1st District
County Commissioner
2nd District
County Commissioner
3rd District
County Commissioner
BEEMAN SIMMONS
3rd District
4th District
County Commissioner
5th District
AGENCY
County Commissioner
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State Board Of Education
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9th District
RODNEY HUTCHINS
4th District
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MYRON H. WAHLS
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We represent several firms, bul
we work for only one boss —
you. That way we can always
place you with a company
which we think is best for each
line of insurance you need.
Naturally, we prefer companie:
like Auto-Owners who look at
a loss and take care of It right
away, without haggling or delays. That s one of the reasons
we're part of the Altogether
Family. Like ub, they're always
there when you need them.
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ROBERT W. DAVIS
106th District
2nd District
106th District
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As an
independent agent
we answer to
one boss — our
hometown people
Candidate for State Representative
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E. DAN STEVENS
WILLIAM G. MILLIKEN
JAMES J. DAMMAN
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Lieutenant Governor
Our (la& your lowest-cost fuel; conserve it and you'll s a v e even
more.
MICHIGAN
CONSOUDATED
GAS COMPANY
REPUBLICAN
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Candidate for State Senator
DONA SCOn PARKER
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DAVID F. UPTON
PETER CRAWFORD
Fith Ristrirt
FRANK MERRIMAN
KEN THOMPSON
NORMAN OTTO ST0CKMEYER
FRANK B. WALKER
TOM NELSON
LEE LA CROSS
BEEMAN M. SIMMONS
RODNEY HUTCHINS
PETER CRAWFORD
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9th District
REPUBLICAN
HEADQUARTERS
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Gaylord
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81st year...new Eastern
Star officers inducted
Thursday, October 31, 1974
DAN STEVENS
Chrysanthemum
Chapter
No. iw, uruw u» &»•—•
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marked the beginning of its
81st year with a special
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noci.
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meeting
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ceremony of installation inducted new officers for the
CARES
.... cvtno Tpnnant
coming j e w . - —
and Joseph Wolf were hostess
ai.J host for the evening.
f l n r l f K a i e s . *»u»«*V K~
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— . . ~ „ v t their
current otncw »«».«•«•
stations. Following the Bible
presentation, the Lord's
prayer was recited by the
assembly and the Flags were
presented.
Shirley Bates, worthy
matron, gave a welcome to all
guests, and introductions were
made of Mary Barnt. organist,
for
Wolverine
District
Association. anf* °* Robert
Stutesman. worshipful master
of Gaylord Masonic Lodge.
Relatives and friends attending this special occasion
included representatives of
Grayling. Houghton Lake,
Chesaning. and Fruitport
Chapters.
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w-»f*» • — - —
were installed a? associate
matron and patron, secretary,
Carol Sue Nobach; treasurer,
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gave the call to order, and
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of the officers elect. The installing
ceremony
saw
another husband and wife
team in the East as Annie and
Carl Peterson became the new
worthy matron and patron.
Isa Gregory and Clark Bates
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preciation to officers and
members for their support in
the past year, and introduced
the Installing officer, P.M.
Elsie Huffman. She in turn
presented others on the staff,
namely PTP. Harold Hilliker,
chaplain, P.M. Mildred
Marnier, marshal, P.M.
Dorothy Yuill. organist, and
P.M. Mary Barnt, soloist.
Following retirement of
current officers, a musical
interlude preceded the entry
ductress, Elizabeth Hoffrichter; snd Ruth Hick? will
serve as associate conductress.
Appointed officers include
the following sisters and
brothers: chaplain, Betty
Butcher; marshal, Joseph
Wolf;
organist,
Myrtle
Campbell. Star Point officers:
Adah, Shirley Rates; Ruth.
Nancy Culp; Esther, Betty
Cregar;
Fusee.
and Electa, Judy
The new warder and sentinel will be, respectively,
Merrill Cregar and William
McDonald. Christian flag
bearer will be Virginia Kuhn,
suiu Dieths Cirgsr will csrry
thr Eastern Star banner. P.M.
Emma Wolf is the new instructor, and P.M. Mary
Bsmt the soloist.
Mrs. Peterson was escorted
to the East by her two sons,
Carl Max and John; his
daughter, Carol Taskey was
the worthy patron's escort;
the Petersons were given
grand honors, and Mary Barnt
furnished a folo, "One God."
Flowers
given
by
the
i»rw*hv matron otv>k» hriAflv
in man King ine Chapter foi ilie
honor, and spoke appreciation
to the installing staff; she
introduced their daughter,
son3, and their families. The
worthy patron introduced his
mother, Mrs. Doris Peterson,
and his sister, Betty Boyce.
tavendar
Michigan State Police of the
Gaylord post were involved in
the chase and apprehension of
two juveniles in a stolen car.
Saturday, Oct. 26.
The boys, both 14, allegedly
stole a 1971 Chevy van owned
by Boyne Mountain Lodge,
Boyne Falls. According to
of housing group
The Otsego Community
iNon-Profit Housing Cor)ration held its annual
jting at the Otsego County
>mmunity Center Wed;sday, Oct. 23.
Emma Wolf is the new
president of Past Matron's
Club; Helen Welling, vice-
and pink,
flowers, lilacs and pink rose
buds, and her emblems, the
Bible and the Cup, with the
motto, "Real joy comes not
from ease or riches, nor from
the praise of men, but from
doing something worthwhile."
P.M. Carol Sue Nobach
presented the new matron
with a personalized ritual, gift
of the past matrons. The
retiring matron and patron,
the Bates1, were escorted to
the East, where they received
their past officer's pins, given
by the Chapter and presented
by the Petersons.
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Nobach, treasurer.
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Emma and Joe Wolf
represented the past matrons
in presenting gifts to Shirley
and Clark; they were further
honored by a ceremony in
police reports, the boys were
driving 80 miles per hour on
East M-32 when a patrol car
spotted them.
The chase began when the
driver refused to stop for the
red light and siren of the
patrol car at Wilkinson Rd.
and M-32. As the chase
Brawn president
Unison amgu>£ «* "B.S2t B*
The Tie" closed an important
and enjoyable event in the
history of Chrysanthemum
Chapter. Refreshments were
served by a committee of past
matrons, with Violet Rich and
Emma Wolf as co-chairmen of
table decorations.
The worthy
matron's
program for the year announces her theme to be
"Light and Strength," tne
Offices in B i r m i n g h a m
and G a y l o r d
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Phone 7 3 2 - 4 1 9 1
van
«tt«»mnti»H tn run the
patrol car off the road in
several
instances.
The
Sheriffs department was then
called to put up a road block
on M-32 two miles east of
Gaylord, but the suspects
evaded it. At that time, according to police reports, the
juveniles attempted to run off
ail patrol and police cars that
came near them.
The van rolled approximately a mile east of
Waters Rd. when the driver
The focal point of the
evening was the election of
officers for the organization.
Re-elected as president was
Dennis Brawn. Rev. Charles
Hastie was elected as vice
president, Howard Bedell.
treasurer, Lou Perry, resident
agent, and lone Parent as
secretary.
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Kitchen Aid Dishwashers
In relation to the building
project, fund raising projects
were discussed. These included last night's dinner at
the school and Hunters'
Breakfasts to be held at the
Sportsmen's Club Nov. 16 and
17. The price of the meals will
be $2.
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Phone 732-5171
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TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE NO. 10 74-1
An ordinance to designate an enforcing agency to
discharge the responsibilities of the TOWNSHIP of
HAYES under the provisions of the State Construction
provisions of Sec. 9 of Act 230 of the Public Acts of 1972,
the building official of the COUNTY OF OTSEGO is
hereby designated as the enforcing agency to dishchrge the responsibilities of the Township of Hayes
under Act 230 of the Public Acts of 1972, State of
Michigan. The County of Otsego hereby assumes
responsibility for the administration and enforcement
of said Act throughout the corporate limits of the
Township of Hayes.
Sec. 1. All Ordinances inconsistent with the
provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. This Ordinance shall be effective after legal
publication and in accordance with provision of the Act
Governing same.
Adopted this 1st day of October, 1974.
Signed:
Louis Sander. Supervisor
Chester A. Skop, Clerk
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activities in which the board
had participated and also the
progress on housing. The
"Little Village," senior citizen
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and a new community
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vocational department of the
school. Electric and sewage
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The stolen van had no
rtamapp other than minor
scratches, and only the driver
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Shirley was invited to join the
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Chapter were presented the
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grandson, Scott Taskey, and
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Local candidates respond
RAMBLEWflOD ESTATES
Ml 74 192 It's oasyto
the lush pine coverage of
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hidden entirely from the
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roads. With electric and
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rounding trees are not
spoiled by poles or wires,
and there are no leaves
to rake on tnese home
sites about three miles
from the heart of Gaylord.
$2,000.00
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Elmira is the Democratic
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District seat which includes
Otsego Lake, Hayes, and
Elmira townships. He is a
graduate of Union city High
School. He has worked for the
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The Otsego County Planning Commission will hold a
special meeting Thursday. Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the
Otsego County-City Building's Commissioners'
Chamber. Purpose of the meeting is to review an application for a special use permit for a tavern to be
wealed in Section 31 of Bagiey TOnrnsnip on
property known as Safari Campgrounds, Inc.
and also known as Snow Vallev. The proposed tavern is
to be located 300 feet off the west side of West Otsego
Lake Drive and 100 feet south of the Safari Campgrounds, Inc. entrance. All persons wanting more
information on this matter should contact the Otsego
County Zoning Department. Interested persons may
attend the Nov. 7, meeting of the Planning Commission.
E. DAN
STEVENS
1
for
Northern
P. Crawford
(Cont'd f r o m P. 7)
Should this county manager
be a liaison for the County
Commissioners and the other
units of county government?
STATE
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(B) This question is another
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rather than answers
I would like to see this
financial study as well as the
qualifications of those performing the study.
I would like to examine the
studies of other counties who
have undertaken this form of
law enforcement.
(C) In my opinion, at this
time of rapid county-wide
growth, the local government
must establish guide lines to
encourage development but be
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(1-3) J. W. St. John of Route
Two. Gaylord is a Republican
Ok
HECT
"Action
(C) The most pressing
Adopt our new Zoning Ordinance and comprehensive needs of Otsego County that
ni.n that is presently being the county government can
i-unHidatp for county com.
missioner in District Nine, developed by our County provide are reierenceu above,
and I list as follows:
Otsego Lake, Hayes, and Planning Commission.
Elmira '.ownships. He is a
The new Zoning Ordinance
Adopt our new County
graduate engineer with 33 will be of some help in land Zoning Ordinance and
jcoTS of experience ir. sales use, b"t further regulations Comprehensive Plan which
e n g i n e e r i n g a n d must be developed.
should be timsned by
management. He has served
December 1974.
as chairman of the Board of
(5) I feel certain our
Develop a good land use
Commissioners for the la it present Board of Com- plan.
— £Ma »Ko c o m o as thp
residents of Gaylord vote on two years. He is also president mission^ has operate «n a
of the Otsego Lake Chamber most conscientious manner
dty ordinances.
for Otsego County. If re(5) I've made my share of of Commerce.
elected I will continue to make
mistakes while I've been
tA\ Critical area's of m n . all possible effort toward
arour.d tut I'll tr" m*' b5e* *n
,1
1 ^tti^'tnnt onrt w e l l
do what the residents of my cern for Otsego County are: economic***, ..**»<-'—district want done — whether
Population growth in an planned County government.
it is zoning, adequate police orderly and well managed
(A) I am much in favor of a
protection, the best schooling fashion.
possible for our children, and
Land use plan and County Manager, appointed
by the County Board of
to keep the beauty of our regulations.
Northern County from being
Lakes and streams use Commissioners, under State
destroyed.
restrictions in addition to the Act No. 120. I am sure our
(A) No. It is not necessary County Health Derailment County Government would
and would only be an add*** Sanitary Code, for good benefit.
quality control of the water.
expense.
(B) A County-wide police
(B) Any program can be Action we should take for force must be seriously
shown to be workable. We these areas of concern are: considered. City, Village and
already have a county wide
rural areas require better
J . W . St. John
police force in our Sheriff's
police protection
than
D i s t r i c t Nine
department and also have
available at the present time.
Republican
available the state police. The
sheriff and his deputies must
be adequately staffed and
LUTHERAN CHURCH
paid. We should not add
another law enforcing agency,
IN AMERICA
which would be verv expensive taxwise and which
MISSION CONGREGATIONwould only duplicate and
overlap many of the functions
Now Meeting F o r Worship
of the county sheriff and state
And Growth
police.
(C) The townships should
9 : 3 0 A.M. E a c h S u n d a y
have a much greater voice in
In T h e B a g l e y T o w n s h i p Hall
the operation of the county,
and the county should not
J . Richard Yuill
(At J u n c t i o n Of US 2 7 A n d 1-75)
attempt to take over
D i s t r i c t Seven
operations which can be best
Democrat
performed by the townships
F o r More I n f o r m a t i o n Call
Did not answer
themselves. All the people in
7 3 2 - 2 3 2 1 or 7 3 2 - 9 5 3 8
my district
will be
questionnaire
represented by me to the best
of my ability. I will be
available to consult with them
at all reasonable times.
Dearborn, and worked seven
years at the U.S. Plywood
rj-r.t '.- Q-rfcrf. Mr HIIPH
also worked as a farmer.
(4) If elected, I will work
with and cooperate with the
other county commissioners.
Zoning revision is very
critical, and I believe the
residents of Otsego County
should have the right to vote
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BY JAY SODERBERG
The Gaylord High School
Wnp TVvils rolled to their
sixth football win of the s e v e r ,
last Friday with a sensa* tonal
35-lfi victory
over
the
Charlevoix Red Kayders. li
v?as b? far, Gaylord's most
impressive win of the season,
a. id cave them a solid hold on
second place in the MichiganHuron Shores Conference.
While Gaylord was whipping uic PnyHcrs *K ""iy the
second time in h i s t o r y ,
Petoskey gained at least a
::-ire of the MHSC title with
an easy 41-14 victory over St.
Ignace. All Petoskey needs
now is a victory over winless
Sc'T.e City this weekend to
win its first football crown
ever. Gaylord closes out the
Season by iTaVviiag M.
Grayling for a tough neighborhood clash.
It was, indeed, a night for
G a y l o r d football fans to
remember. The Blue Machine
c o m p l e t e l y dominated t h e
tempo of action from start to
finish, and only a last second
touchdown
against
the
Gaylord reserves prevented
GRIDIRON BALLET—Gaylord's Buzz Bauers (81) and Charlevoix' Ed
Russell (30) go through acrobatic contortions in effort to catch pass intended for Bauers. No. 20 for Charlevoix is Mike Streeter and No. 2 of
Gaylord is John Palmer. (Photo by Carl Heidel of Northland Photo)
one of their worst defeats in
history.
For Coach Chad Dutcher's
Blue Devils, the win improved
their season mark to 6-2, and a
victory over Grayling this
weekend would give therr.
their second seven-win season
I V *
W i l l i
in history. The last time a
Gaylord team had won seven
games was during the 1966
season when thev finished 7-01.
Dutcher told the HT, "We
never had a win like this
before, li was the finest win
we've had in the six yeai a I've
been in Gaylord. It was a Blue
Devil win, a complete team
effort...a total team win...our
guys were just fantastic."
And it was fantastic. Ken
Ames had another one of great
his nights. After
being
"sought-after" by the entire
Rayder team in the first half,
he completely tore them apart
in the second half to establish
an all-time GHS season
rushing record of 773 yards,
bettering Craig Cardinal's
old mark by 80 yards. Ames
imnnrtnnt
ao
kicked two extra points, and
booted a record 37 yard field
goal. He also averaged better
than 50 yards on his seven
kickoffs, and returned five
punts for better than 100
yards. A hard day's work,
indeed.
Dutcher talked about Ames,
and the likes of Dave Johnson,
and the front line of mike
Coon, Tom Walsh, the McNamara boys, and Rex Clute.
"Our kicking game was the
best ever. We kept them in
hole all night. J o h n s o n ' s
punting was the best ever. He
averaged 44 yards a punt, and
our kick coverage was ex-
Joburg: 7 games, 47 minutes
ana
seconds without defeat
JOHANNESBURG - A 28yard field goal by Mark
Meyering with only 38 seconds
remaining lifted McBain to a
stunning 22-20 victory over
third-ranked and previously
undefeated Johannesburg Lewiston Monday afternoon in
J o h a n n e s b u r g . Both t e a m s
finished their seasons with
identical 7-1 records.
Less than a minute previous
to that, Dave Crandall had
thrown the apparent "clincher," a 55-yard touchdown
bomb to Barry Ewing to give
the Cards a 20-19 lead with
darkness setting in. McBain
came storming back at that
point, getting 59 yards in
seven plays before setting up
their field goal attempt on a
third down play from the 10.
Winnin" Cosch Nei! K'* > r n n n
told the HT, "After the Cardinals sco r ert WP knew we had
to set up that field goal attempt.
We
knew
that
Meyering was extremely
accurate from inside the 30,
and we played it that way,
right down the middle. It was
our best second half of the
year."
On the other side of the
ledger, losing coach, Tom
Atkinson, was stunned by the
loss, the only one his highlyranked gladiators had suffered all season, telling the
HT, "They (McBain) w e r e
really inspired...they played
g r e a t ball. We did what we did
all season, but we couldn't get
the momentum ai aii in Ihe
second half. They really took
the bail to us...no one did that
to u s all season."
The defeat was a hard one to
swallow to the Cardinals, and
more than likely cost them
their lofty state rating. Still,
all in all, both coaches proudly
stated, "Our boys a r e the
finest bunch of young m e n we
ever had the pleasure to work
with. We have no regrets.
They tried their best, and
t h a t ' s all that counts."
Thp ramp was rescheduled
from a Friday afternoon to the
Monday contest because of the
death or a McBain student late
last week.
Penalties certainly h u r t the
Cardinals chances of winning
the game, and going undefeated. Midway through the
second period, Dave Wilson's
84 yard touchdown gallop was
stricken from the records
because of an off-side count.
Another penalty, a 15-yarder
set up the R a m b l e r s first
•cove.
After a s c o r e l e s s first
quarter that saw both teams
frequently punting the ball,
the Cardinals got off a 78 yard
punt that rolled dead on the
one yard iine. McBaiii twSr
bled, and lost the ball on the
two yard stripe, but a Joburg
penalty nullified the play, and
McBain had new life.
John Bush then c a m e up
with a key pass interception
on the 27 and returned to the
McBain 11. Rich Kujala rolled
down to the six yard line, and
Wilson went around end for
the touchdown. 11m Linbert
booted the PAT for a 7-0 lead
at the 7:45 mark.
Both teams turned to pass
interceptions in the closing
moments of play in the first
half, and McBain finally faded
out the period on the Cardinal
23 as the buzzer sounded.
McBain rolled to a quick
touchdown in the opening
moments of the second half,
with a long gainer and a pass
completion to move to the
Cardinal 16. An untimely face-
mask penalty moved the ball
to the 4 Detore tieuy ueiucen
went into the end zone for the
s c o r e . T h e two-point conversion attempt failed, and
the Cards led by one, 7-6.
Late in the third period, the
Cardinals took the lead at 14-6
with a first down, 44-yard pass
from C r a n d a l l to B a r r y
Ewing. Lindbert booted the
extra point.
McBain took to the airways,
and completed three quick
passes to pick up 35 yards and
Bill Powers added a 23-yard
run to move to the Cardinal 22
yard line.
With the final period in
force, McBain's Ed Vomastek
rifled a pass to the one foot
line, and then snuck through
for the go-ahead touchdown. A
two-point pass play for the
conversion uiueu when John
Bush broke up the play.
Joburg, 14 12.
Joburg was pushed deep
into its own territory, and sent
a squibbly punt out to the 34.
McBain failed to pick up any
ground for the first two plays
before Vomastek hit Bill
Powers for a 23 yard touch-
down to take a 19-14 lead.
Meyering txxned iiie FAT.
The Cards nearly lost it all
at the 3:45 m a r k when they
failed on a fourth down pass
play, but got the ball back
seconds later on a pass interception by Ewing following
a fake-kick and lateral and
forward pass play a t the 45.
llicfc
TToS
iCoo
baacin
I I I
nart
of
(Mir v i c -
tory," Dutcher claimed.
Gaylord set its wicked pace
with a 37 yard field goal with
6:30 remaining in the opening
quarter after Lhe uieii initial
drive was stopped on the 17
"ard line. Dutcher claimed
that "good blocking" on the
attempt left Ames plenty of
time to boot his second field
goal of the season.
Three
straight
times,
Charlevoix couldn't budge the
Gaylord defense and had to
punt. The Blue Machine took
over following the third punt
and marched 69 yards to score
with 5'50 •"ernainiro thp fir«st
half. Johnson's passing a r m
was instrumental in the drive,
McBain tacks on last-second loss, 22-20
BY JAY SODERBERG
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cellent. Char he Sanders did a
fantastic job getting down on
kickoffs. This was a very
iit
COiTipictcu
paSSco
...
Following Meyering's third
field goal of the season at the
38 second m a r k , the Cards
made one last ditch effort to
p r e s e r v e their undefeated
season, only to lose the ball on
a pass interception with eight
seconds remaining on the
McBain 38.
Wilson just m a d e the 1,000
yard rushing m a r k for the
season, and his lone touchdown in the first period gave
him 101 points for the season.
C r a n d a l l ' s two touchdown
passes gave him 20 for the
season and pushed him over
the 1,000 yard passing mark.
Other s t a t i s t i c s
weren't
available on the g a m e .
i * : i . , oi
iiieu urai it lu IM-O. Anies l u i c
— --~ow~
m a r k . Over-all, the Eagles a r e
new 5-2-1. The Snowbirds fell
•r, n-7-1 on the opasnn
'
pounded winless Gaylord St.
Mary 284). Fridav night in a
game played on the Bellaire
field.
The win kept the Eagles in
the race for the Ski Valley
League crown with a 3-1-1
JIM ROPP
While it was a good night for
the Eagles in general, it
wasn't much for their all-state
candidate, 6-5, Roger Mason.
Masor v e n t into the contest a s
one of the premiere pass
receivers in the business.
Snowbird s o p h o m o r e D a v e
Tomaski did the job on Mason,
holding the giant to a m e r e
single
pass
reception
following a touchdown.
"We did everything except
s c o r e . " explained the dejected
Snowbird
mentor,
Terry
Conkhn. "We moved the ball
down the field with ease, and
then the door slams s h u t , "
Conxlin r e p e a t e d h i m s e l f
several times on the m a t t e r .
"We just don't know how to
score."
On again, off again, Brian
Holewinski had a whale of a
night. He connected for 15 of 33
attempts good for 187 yards,
hitting his primary target,
Tom Tomaski, for most of his
completions. Conklin told the
HT, "Holewinski played a
heck of a g a m e H P sure was
on target tonight...three of m y
receivers dropped certain TD
passes in the end zone...the
g a m e , should have been lots
closer than the score indicated."
Bandf leid got the Eagles un
b o a r d with four m i n u t e s
r e g a i n i n g in the opening
pprind on a 77 yard run.
Bandf ieW then scored another
touchdown midway into the
second period on a five yard
,un to make it 12-0. Bandfield's second touchdown was
set-up by a 60 yard run off
t a c k l e by Glen
Bruner.
Bandfield then scored his final
touchdown of the game shortly
before the half ended on a
reverse from the 20 yard
s t r i p e . Brad Smith then
flipped his lone completion to
Mason for the points after arid
a 204 holftime lead.
Bruner added the Eagles
final touchdown in the third
period on a 45 yard run to
round out the scoring.
Four Snowbird drives were
stopped just short of their
mark. Early in the contest the
Snowbirds recovered the ball
when
Eric
Skowronski
pounced on the ball on the 45.
Holewinski promptly threw to
Dave Tomaski down to the 11.
ERIC SKOWRONSKI
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up -J-X ysTuS en nis iirsc scoring
run and 31 yards on the second
following a recovered fumble
by Mike McNamara.
Dutcher went to his bench in
the final four minutes of play
and the Rayders got on board
again wi f h only 10 seconds
remaining when Mike Streeter
scored from the two. Alger hit
Green for the extra points.
The
Gaylord
defense
comprised of Cocn, Walsh,
Rmiers. Haivala Johnson.
Ames, Clute, the McNamara
boys, Wade Beeler, and Doug
b e t t e r b a c k s in N o r t h e r n
Michigan this fall, took a
teriffic beating in collecting
his 158 yards in nearly 30
carries.
Mreeter,
who
collected all but 21 of his
teams total rushing yardage,
picked up 50 yards in the final
moments of play against the
Gaylord r e s e r v e s . Kevin
Martin, the conference sprint
champ managed only token
yardage
throughout
the
contest.
eight points. "It was strictly a
team victory, a total team
v i c t o r y . It w a s definitely
Johnson's
greatest
perf o r m a n c e of his c a r e e r , "
Dutcher stated.
S t a t i s t i c a l l y , it w a s all
11
1st Downs
1/9
Sushinci
77
Passing
256
Totai
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Pass AM
7
P?ss Comp.
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Pass Int.
C
F u m b l e s Lost
Penalties
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Plays f r o m S c r i m m ^ ige55
Game Statistics
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the Charlevoix 20. On the first
play, Johnson scrambled the
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MACKINAW CITY - The
Mackinaw
City
Comets
showed little m e r c y
in
plastering hapless Vanderbilt,
75-0, Friday, in a Northern
L a k e s Conference tilt in
Mackinaw City. It marked the
seventh straight defeat, and
the worst of the season by far,
for c o a c h T o m J o h n s o n ' s
crew.
The Comets scored at will.
TODD
5- lOKIE NIEDERHOUSE
JACOBS
Snowbirds shut out again by Eagles
L.ELLAIRE — Behind a
three touchdown performance
of Rnopr RanHfipld Bellaire
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Gaylord. Ames gained exactly
100 yards in 13 carries. It was
his fourth straight 100 yard
game of the season. Johnson
gained 60 yards in rushing and
t h r e w for a n o t h e r 77 in
passing.
period Johnson came up with
a key pass interception at
midfield and returned the
-WC
minutes on the clock when
Ewing's 55 yard reception
gave the Cards a 20-19 lead.
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Buzz Bauers on two attempts
for gains of 11 and 25 yards,
then hit Ames on a 15 yard
gain down to the Rayder
seven. J i m Haivala carried
for four, and Ames a hard one
down to the two. Johnson then
tore through the middle for the
touchdown. Ames booted the
placement for a 10-0 lead.
Again the Rayders couldn't
budge tiic ucicuSive tactics Oi
the Blue Machine and were
forced to punt. Ames took the
punt on the 35 and zipped up
the sidelines, with several
blockers making way, for a 65
yard touchdown run. Ames
boot for the extra point hit the
crossbar. Gaylord, 16-0.
The Rayders then madp
their only major move of the
game by driving 66 yards to
get on the scoreboard shortly
before halftone. It was a six
yard pass from Bob Alger to
Frank Muma who did it. Alger
then hit Dan Green for the
conversion.
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distance for the touchdown.
Ames booted the extra point
for a 23-8 lead a t the 4:27
mark.
G a y l o r d s t r u c k for two
quick t o u c h d o w n s m i d w a y
through the final period to up
A fourth down pass missed its
mark in the end zone to stop
the first threat of the contest.
Holewinski moved the ball
well in the second period,
c o m p l e t i n g two
straight
passes to Mitch Dobrzelewski
to gain yardage inside the
Eagle 20. Two passes wer.t
incomplete to receivers in the
end zone to stop another
threat.
Again in the third period the
Snowbirds got inside the 20 but
failed to score, and another
time in the final period a
fumble
stopped
another
scoring threat inside the 25. In
the closing moments of play
the Snowbirds were "barking
at the door" inside the 10 with
a 60 y a r d completion to
Dobrzelewski before the time
ran out. Conklin credited the
two Robb boys, Tom and Jim,
along with Skowronski and the
two Tomaskis, for fine allaround
defensive
play.
"You've got to put points on
the scoreboar 1 to win games,"
Conklin stated. "We just can't
seem to get t h e m . "
Now down to their final out,
the Snowbirds will play a
home contest Saturday night
with Pellston. 1tie Hornets are
just a step
above
the
Snowbirds in the conference
standings.
Game
Statistics
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Pass.ng
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Pass Comp
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F u m b l e s Lost
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and kept their big guns in most
of the way in scoring the
victory. Bill Thompson, a 6-5
210-pound senior end, scored
five touchdowns and added
two conversions for a total of
34 points in the onslaught.
Coach
Johnson
was
disturbed with the loss, telling
the HT, "They really socked it
to us, there was no reason whyit had to be that one-side:! "
Vanderbilt only threatened
once in the contest, and that
came in the closing moments
of play, TS the team drove
some 60 yards before Paul
Wallin intercepted a pass and
trotted 90 yards back to the
Vanderbilt 7 yard line. Before
they could score their 11th
touchdown, time ran out.
T h o m p s o n ' s touchdowns
came on runs of 31 and 8
yards, a 55 yard pass interception, and two receptions
for 60 and 38 yards. Gerald
Alexander scored twice on
runs of 26 and 8 yards, and
threw two touchdown passes.
Tim Staffan scored touchdowns on a 68 yard punt
return, and a 31 yard pass
interception.
The Comets scored five
touchdowns on p a s s interceptions alone. Mackinaw
jumped to a 22-0 first quarter
lead, led at halftime by a 44-0
count, a n d i n c r e a s e d t h e
margin to 60-0 at the three
quarter mark.
Kookie Niederhouse did a
good
job
for
the
Yellowjackets, coming up
with 68 yards on 'J.* ground
and another 78 yards in eight
r e c e p t i o n s . He also intercepted one Mackinaw City
pass.
Todd Jacobs, Vanderbilfs 65end, speared eight pssscs for
109 yards.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
With the football season
down to its last hurrah, only
G*o ioi ii cuiii Gay lord S i . Mary
will see action this weekend.
Both Johannesburg-Lewiston
and Vanderbilt closed out
their season the past week.
tx- i l l
travel
the final day of the season
This year Grayling is unpredictable, especial*/ with
their deceiving 2-4 league
reccrd. They can score points.
Coach Chad Dutcher warns
the local fans. "Anyone that
In Cliff "The Jet" Bonamie.
Bonamie has gained well over
1,000 yards this season, and
currently ranks third in the
MHSC scoring race with 76
points.
Along with
Bonamie.
Gaylord has too much going
for them to lose this contest.
Ken Ames is eyeing several
new records as is quarterback
Dave Johnson. The team is
hoping tc record its recoratieing seventh win, and annex
tn
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concerned about Grayling,
and know that they have lots
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good ball game."
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football contest was
To the person who picks the
closest to picking the total
score of game No. 21 at 22
wins.
THE FINEST
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the Times in cooperation with
the Coca Cola Bottling
Company of haj city, and
over the past season by being goes weekly to the best
named to the Bay City Times players in each class in the
Golden Hpi^et Player of the entire Eastern Michigan area.
Week Awards.
This is a first for a Gaylord
Dsvc Jchnsun received ine High School player.
award early in the season for
Earlier in th* y°"r, trrc
ms performances in the Johannesburg - Lewiston stars
Oeemaw Heights a;;d Gr.a«a> cuSu won Uie award.
games. Last week, Ken Ames
Added to the interest of the
received the award for his
Gaylord-Grayling tilt next
performance in the St. Ignace
week is the fact that three
game. Both will receive
Golden Helmet winners will be
beautiful plaques after the
facing one another. Grayling's
season is completed, and go
Cliff Bonamie was one of the
for a possible Player of the
first recipients of the award
Year Award.
this season.
This award is presented by
Both Johnson and Amps will
FRITZ WEAVER JOSEPH E. LEVINE
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—LOJ Angetos Times
field on Saturday night when
the Snowbirds of Gaylord St.
Mary's will be looking for its
first win at the expense of
Pells ton.
The Huruets shocked all of
Northern Michigan a few
weeks bacK oy stinging ine
previous unaeteaieo. tast
Jordan team to register its
first win ot the season.
SM Coach Terry Conklin
feels that his team can beat
the Hornets, but they are
going to have to stop the
running of Dave Zulski, a 5-6,
145-pounder. Sophomore Bon
Pe listen squad that had their
21 game losing streak snapped
against the Red Devils.
rr>nk!ir? told the HT. "We
ran into some pretty toughcompetition this season, for
our opponents (combined)
record is 45-10-2. The league is
up this season, and everyone
was gunning for us. The kids
promised me a win against
Pelisten Saturday, so well go
from there."
Pellston tuned up for
.Saturday's encounter with the
Snowbirds with a high sceoring 42-34 win over Mantes
last Saturday.
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growing confier in North
w i t h Jay S o d e r b e r g
flirtatious dolphins:'
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Gaylord, St. Mary close season
this weekend
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i nursday, October 31,1974
Gaylord bank
St. Mary Elementary
School Daze
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low bidder
Rv Mitchell DftJir*e)Uwo>lri
Here I am again to tell you
about the news and interests
of St. Mary's.
*n»» msin interest in Sister
Louisa's first grade was the
Penny March for the Missions.
The 12 dollars was taken up to
the altar during an Offertory
Procession during our weekly
Mass. Kellv Nowak celebrated
her sixth birthday on Monday
and she treated the class. On
Thursday afternoon the class
took a walk around the block
to collect anything we could
find for our five sensestouse
in our religion class. We also
learned a poem. "God Made
You arm God Made Me."
JGKAm^EcEUnii — ine
Gaylord State Bank was the
low interest bidder for the
purchase of $150,000 worth of
tax anticipation notes sold
recently by the JohanneshurgLewiston Area Schools Board
of Education. The bank was
awarded the purchase with
their interest rate of 5.95
percent.
In Mr. Szymanski's fifth
grade class, we have a Snoopy
reading chart which tells us
hew woSy books we read. For
Mass, the class offered money
for the missions. We are all
ready for Halloween. For art
the students used toothpicks,
whittled wood, or nailed wood
to comDlete an art oroiect. In
math we play multiplication
bingo. We fifth graders have
made our own rules tor tms
game.
In Miss Meldrum and Miss
Wester's ^lasses the students
have done many interesting
things. First of all, we, like
others, have also offered
money for the missions. The
In Mrs. Margaret Koske's
two people who took the Offirst grade class, Mark
fprint un voere Mike Lyk *T*\
J^3;. i3'i> i / i G u g u t i n s'Jine
Jenny Distel. Some of the girls
n»»rtrirfaA p a r t e
W e !T!2d?
pictures of our families, and baked things for a bake sale,
are reading in our Lions, with proceeds going to
pom-poms.
Tigers, Dinosaurs, and cheerleader's
We've been working on picSignposts reading books.
Mrs. Kujawa's fourth grade tures which show the form of a
class is making pictures which tree. Jenny Distei and Betsy
will be hung up in the room, Smith dressed in the styles of
the 50's on Color Day. A
(.onme jssssx* WVU^H m
balloon over a can and a
some partridge feathers.
Mrs. Glidden's fourth grade needle in a straw were the
class thanked Father An- materials Carl Gapinski used
thony, one of our priests, for to make a simple barometer.
his
interesting
sermon
Thoughtful Corner — If one
Monday, our Mass day. James can interpret the weather and
Smith was injured when his signs of the sky, why then do
bicycie collided with a boat
so many misinterpret the
trailer. We are also learning to wisdom and power of God.
use compasses.
Think About It!
The bid from th* ?A«H«»««
ii an euur i I U u p irie van iv uiie
of her e a a e r t e a m m a t e s d u r i n g T h u r s d a y ' * r h » H o y / > i y n»rno
rwhor
Devilettes pictured are Paula Drown (40), and Sue Olszewski (23). (HT
Staff Photo by Chris Bagnasco)
GHS marching band program
Next Wednesday, Nov. 6, at
7:30 p.m.. the Gcylord High
School Marching Band will
present 'ts annual marching
band program.
This 160-member band will
review the highlights of their
halftime performances as well
as present a new original show
written expressly for this
program. Anyone who appreciates the musical and
visual excitement that a large
marching bai.d can generate
is cordially invited to attend.
The program will take place
on the high school football
field, and, as part of the
band's war on inflation, there
will be no admission charge.
In case of bad weather, the
program will be movedtothe
gym.
Other upcoming events of
interest to music lovers include a clinic presentation for
Gaylord State Bank will
LECTION
DAY
not transact business,
Tuesday, November 5.
State Bank was to purchase
the tax notes at an interest
race ot 6.75 to be charged
against the schools for use of
the money.
The notes will be redeemed
with payable interest in April,
1975, according to Mark
Lulich, school superintendent.
He said the $150,000 will be
used for operational purposes
on an as-needed hssia Iimitwd
portions of the money will be
ailuwed to coiiect investment
interest.
The school board also approved an $8,000 expenditure
for used metal laboratory
equipment and tools. The plan
for the school shop was approved after being presented
to the board by Gerald Sippola, vocational arts instructor.
Gaylord band members by the Gaylord. The Honors Band
Ontral Michigan University Concert will be on Sunday
Faculty Wcodwind Quintet on Nov. 24, at 3 p.m. under the
Friday, November 8; a con- direction of David McCoy of
cert performance by the Olivet College.
Olivet College Orchestra, open
to the general public on
November 15, at 8 p.m.; the
high Chorus concert on
In attendance at the 49th Maple Elementary, and Ed
November 18; and the District
Annual Conference of the Sandri, principal at Ebnira
n MSBOA Annual HONORS
Michigan Association of Elementary.
BAND weekend November 23
Elementary School Principals
Highlighting this Conand 24.
at Boyne Mountain, were: ference on Wednesday, OcHonors band members will
Dan Kelley, principal, North tober 16, was "The State
be selected by audition to be Ohio Elementary, Bob
Department of Education on
held on November 11 in
Sheerhom, principal at South Trial"; the Charge: Mandating State Curriculum. The
Thursday Luncheon speaker
was the lovely Miss Marilyn
Van Derbur, former Miss
America and member of the
National Advisory Council on
Adult Education,
from
Denver, Colorado.
Concluding a successful
FOR INVENTORY
conference on Friday noon,
the Luncheon speaker was
John Holt, rusted educator and
J. ^ V ^ T i
author.
A p p r o x i m a t e l y 1,000
elementary principals and
guests took advantage of the
opportunity to attend these
sessions and to view over 100
ft*yia».6K
P H O N E 732-4904
exhibits of educational
programs and materials.
3 at conference
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Education
The Lewiston
Round-up
Chalk Talk
By Tom Gill • Supt.
G a y lord Community Schools
BY JEAN ALBORELL
HT Special Writer
Figuring percentages is a lot of fun. It makes the old
saying, "Figures Don't lie", take on a new meaning. The
following statistics may be of interest to you in
relationship to the Annual Report, which is published
elsewhere in this paper.
LEWISTON - In talking to
citizens in AiuerL Township
about the November election,
it became apparent that
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1*70-71
1971-72
1172-73
W7S-74
State Aid 1668,881
Student
Enrollment
2025
State Aid
Per
Student
$282
Total
1541,887
$528,568
$428 838
2175
2350
2525
YOUNGER
$249
$209
$162
It's Our Job -
Expenses 11 33fi 111
t i 74* «sn
t i A74 ,-wi
en i«« <w>
Per
StOMBt
Expense
we mane IOU
We're Heaith
$660
$803
$797
$836
Professionals
Now for some mathematical fun. The total expenses have
increased from $1,336,311 to $2,112,000 in just four years.
This is an increase of 58 percent. However, if we look at
the per pupil expenditures, the percentage increase is
only 26 percent over the same 4 year period. This
averages out to about 6.5 percent increase in per pupil
expenditure each year.
Now look at the State Aid for the same 4 years. It has
dropped from $568,881 in 1971 to $428,838 in 1973-74. This is
a 24.5 percent reduction in total financial support to local
YOUNG OF HEART
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COUNSELORS
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Call 732-2400
However, when you compare the State financial support
per student from 1970-71 to 1973-74 you come up with a
different picture. In 1971 we received $282 per student in
State financial support. In 1973-74 that was reduced to
$162. This makes a decrease in per pupil State Aid of 42
percent. You can carry the mathematical program out
farther to compute the percent of per pupil expenses being
paid from local taxes as comapred to State funds. The
conclusion is obvious. Each year the State pays a smaller
and smaller percent of the cost to educate a child.
cambent Republican Donald
C. Cordes, one to be elected.
There are 3 state proposals
to be voted on, a non-partisan
ballot to select 2 justices of the
Michigan Supreme Court, 2
judges of the Court of Appeals
for a regular term and 2 for a
new term in the 3rd district of
which Albert TownshJ7 »i a
part.
many, having moved to the
Of most importance locally
area in the past few years, did
is the 3-mi.U renewal of an
not know the candidates who
expired millage for the
are running for office. To help
township. Even if voted in
VOtcrS i u C n t u > u i c C O I R J . ( . l a i c s ,
November 5, this tax could not
the Herald Times is publishing
be collected until 1976, which
herewith information about
leaves the township board
each, all obtained directly
annro»imnt«»lv
An
no***r*t
irom eacn candidate.
short
of
the
budget
estimate,
nn v
I t io i n l o r o c K n o t h 2 t \
0"°
is a lifelong n»«siHnnt anH nno equalling J39,0O0. One niiil uf
ii lis proposal would complete
other has lived here a number
pending
road repair; the
of years; the rest arrived on
remainder
would support
the scene within the last 10
police,
fire,
and ambulance
years. All candidates exservices and take up the slack
pressed a feeling that local
in the general fund. Many
township government here is
voters
either did not see or did
good and all would like to help
not understand the proposal in
make it even better. All, also,
the primary; only half of those
indicated an appreciation of
voting voted on the proposal
life in Lcwi&iuii and affection
which was defeated by only 3
for
T_*»t»iotn»> TJfTiT^Ir
TH^rc
votes.
has been no political backTownship officials hope
biting here and it is an invoters will look for — and vote
teresting election to watch *
for - the proposal labeled
In addition, there are, of
"tax limitation increase for
course, state and federal
improving and maintaining
candidates. We can't begin to
local roads and for general
cover all of them, but there
fund purposes."
arc some county candidates
The statements of Albert
who should be mentioned.
Township candidates follow.
Incumbent commissioner
from District 4 (Albert
WILLIAM D.MOORE
Township) is running unopWilliam D. ( B i l l ) Moore, the
nosed for re-election to the ftepuoiican cancnaare for township
s u p e r v i s o r , is 38 y e a r s o l d ,
Montmorency County Board
m a r r i e d and the father of three
of Commissinnprs There are
children
n e n a s r e s i a e a in
two candidates for the county
Lewiston for the past 6 years after
moving from Soulhfield, Michigan,
road commission, Democrat
where he was employed by the
Erving H. Cordes, and in- Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. as
in June of 1*73. voters went to m e polls and approved a 12
m i l l levy for two years. The recommendation for the 12 mills
had come from a Otiter.s Commite* chaired by Willard Flinn
and Welly Brown The Board levied 11 7 of the 12 mills- based
upon the action tahen by the County Allocation Board- The 2
tn July of 1*7), the voters re-elected Eugene Fleming to the
Board, and voted for Vincent Laeresa rt to take the place of the
retiring Chertas Hewitt. Fleming end Leftese were the succesefui candidates out of a f ietd ef 12 candidates.
I n July, the Beard set the Debt Retirement levy at 3.2 mills, a
reduction ef eno half mill front the previews veer. The principal reason for the reduction was because of the increased
valuation of property in Otsego County
;n October, the Gaylord voting public defeated an intermediate District vote for 2 mills to build end equip a
Vocational center near Indian River The defeat was not a
refection of the concept of vocational education; rather ft was
a defeat of the location.
f u t u r t overcrowding in all build.ngs. Diana Rose was ap
pointed chairperson. After the recommendation was given to
the Board of Education, two additional committees were
f o r m e d ; one to study Y e a r Round School, and one to study the
feasability of a new building program. The two groups have
since merged into one with Charles Berlin acting *s chairman.
The Committee is just now drawing its information together
for presentation to the Board of Education.
In late summer the Board took action to solve some of the
space problems. Plans were drawn to remodel the old Central
Warehouse into a music facility. The Board also acted to meet
the State School Code by setting plans mto action to build a
Special Education f a c i l i t y ; the facility to be purchased over a
short span of time without any direct increased cost »o the
taxpayers.
To s u m m e r i i e , in iv73-74, the public gave the Board of
Prturation additional fumtc to n m r a * * »K» i r h i w i i Til* SCI."*
operated within the funds proviovd, and were able to show an
excess of revenues over expenses. As the State's share of the
Gaylord Community Schools rwnua
budget continues to go
down, this fund eguity belence built by the Board through
prudent management, becomes increasingly more important.
Questions about your Annual Report or any figures in the
report should be directed either to any of the board members,
or to superintendent, T o m Gill The Board o« Education office
phone number Is 7*2-23is
Expenditures toe* a big increase m Oavterd ever the
previous eeer 1972-74 was the first veer Oayierd Community
Schools had a S2.09e.eea oudge* davotme preoeMy led the list
of supplies with the MojMet increase The coot ef gasoline went
from less than !Sc por gallon to ever 40c per gallon
Faper
products increased from 25 to 75 percent. Food costs increased.
Fuel was shert and expensive. After seme reduction ef fliermaetat settings, the increase wes up appreximateiy » percent.
Schools do net escape the economy which affects the society m
which the schools p r e faceted. Our costs far everything from
buses to tiros reflected the same type ef increase which eor
eceecmy • i ^ a r i e n c e d .
Value of Sites
„
v a l u e of Buildings
v a l u e ef Eouipment
N u m b e r of Buiidi.tgs
Reiocatebles
Under construction
N u m b * ' ef classrooms
Number of teochers
Salaries Of teachers, m i n i m u m
Salaries of teachers, m a x i m u m
Solaces of teachers, median
Elementary pupils, resident
Elementary pupils, non-resident
Secondary pupils, resident
Secondary pupils, nonresident
Membership I g u i v e l e n t .
la early F a l l , Mrs. TownidWd, Beerp President appointed •
O f i r e a e Committee to study pffefiietives to the current and
shared time students
Total Membership
Ratio, pupils to teachers
*
W72-7J
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5,400.000
425.000
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G A Y L O R D C O M M U N I T Y SCHOOLS
GENERAL FUND
Comparative Statement of Revenues
And Expenditures
For the Years Ended June M , 1974 end 1*73
The Bursley Bill, which is the State School Aid Act
under which schools have operated for two years (with
one more year to run), has a formula which gives each
district $38per mill per student in 1973-74; $39 por mill per
student in 1974-75: and $40 oer mill oer student in 107S.7S
Quickly checking the percentage increase again, you will
see that the State is willing to pick up a 2.5 increase
toward the cost of operating schools. What does this
mean? It means that if schools can't control their budgets
to less than a 2.5 percent increase - the added increase will
need to come from additional local taxes.
If vcu airrse tb°* fnjp trend tn a preater »nH ureatcr
reliance on property tax should be reversed, please write
to your Legislators. They are: Robert Davis, Mark
Thompson.
Y e a r Ended June 30,
1*74
1*7)
Revenues:
Local Sources
General Fund Property Tax Levy $1.4*3,1*0
interest and Penalties on
Delinquent Taxes
0,35)
Taxes other than Property
21,712
Tuition and Transportation
*20
Interest on Investments
2c,M3
Food Services - Net
(
iej)
Student-Body Activities-Net
(
i,034)
Sale of school Property
3,700
Rent from School Facilities
2^1*
Miscellaneous
Intermediate Source
Special Education
State Sources
State School Aid
Driver Education
Vocational Education
P L.M-iOTittel
P.L.M-ioTMolll
Expenditures:
instruction
Elementary
Special
Other
Administration
Attendance
Health ServHros
Transportation Services
Oper alien of PI wit
Maintenance ef Plant
$1,270,104
4,77*
•,07»
2.0SC
17,44*
•,201
2,2)5
2,403
l,tlS
2,1*2
30,247
M.SM
42I.0M
520,541
w.m
fceeo
•4,70s
1,4M
S2-27J.I41
•0.S7*
\JO%
S1,»M,1)7
S 41VJO.J
3M,*24
531.M7
$3,704
300.41*
)27,SS4
Ml,207
4S^S7
43,441
a.441
!,*23
•24
I02.34)
153,734
•0,444
tete
7M
724.002
144,477
31,127
»3,*iO
45,521
M,7*S
• 1,415
M,*2«
527
M.S7*
3,320
1,270
51,074,01*
S
75,11*
$2,112,420
Excess Revenues Over Expenditures $ 150,721
GAYLORD COMMUNITY
SCHOOLS
DEBT R E T I R E M E N T
FUNDS
Statement Of Revenue, Expense and Fund Eguity
REVENUE:
Current Tax Collections
interest * Penalities en
delinquent tax
interest On Investments
Tax Reverted Lend
TOTAL R E V E N U E
EXPENSE:
Redemption of bonds
Bend Interest
Paying agent's fees B other
TOTAL E X P E N S E
REVENUE OVER
EXPENSE
FUND
EQUITIES
Ju-y I
June 3*
1*72-7)
l*7)-74
S250,2M
4244,535
1,274
5,03*
$2*3,440
1,271
*,SS«
1)
S277,477
$135,000
127,02*
1,141
243,7*0
$135,000
120,217
411
$255,420
BM
(«
MO)
S15X*M
153,550
8 21^4*
$153,550
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G A Y L O R D C O M M U N I T Y SCHOOLS
Debt Retirement Funds
State Of Financial Position
ASSETS:
CASH.
Checking
Saving
,
Taxes R.'.eivabie, delinquent
Accrued Interest Receives**
T O T A L ASSETS
LIABILITIES B FUND
EQUITIES;
Accrued Interest payaMe
Rend Equities
TOTAL L I A B I L I T I E S B F U N O
EQUITY
i
.
$177,114
1*
154,300
>MS4
450
$1*4,423
I 23,544
153,550
S 14.024
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0177,114
S1*4,42)
144,407
»,427
Moore w a s the moving force In
mii»rllnn
nlprioes
a n d con
tributions to enable the township to
purchase a police car without .
expenniny i u n n * M p f - ~ i c . " C , ' . i j
c o m m i t t e e a p p o i n t e d o y the
township board to locate a police
officer for the township; Officer
Robert DeVos has been emplo/ed
in t h a t c a p a c i t y for s e v e r a l
months.
Moore says,
' O u r township
government exists to serve the
best the people and to do for them
what they cannot do for them
selves. We have good township
government; I want to help keep it
responsible to changing public
neeu>."
In assessing me progress of the
pabi iuui yew i , ii i m i m i i>£ nvtcu
that Albeit Township has become
the most progressive and active of
all of the townships within the
county Albert was first in m
stituting a building code and a
zoning and planning commission
While these items are not all in
elusive of the first In the county,
they a r e indicative of the type of
leadership that must be had
D A V I D L. P A F F I
D a v i d L. P a f f i , D e m o c r a t i c
candidate for township supervisor,
attended g r a m m a r and high school
in Chicago, I I I . After spending
many vacations in the Lewiston
a r e a , his family decided this is
where they wanted to settle per
manently.
After moving tn I ewiston hp
attended
Alpena
Community
College
for t w o y e a r s a n d
g r a d u a t e d w i t h an A s s o c i a t e
Degree
He then continued his
education at Eastern Michigan
University until 1967 when he
entered the Air National Guard
and has since been honorably
discharged. Also, in the same year
he met and m a r r i e d his wife.
M a r y . They have two children,
Mindy, age 5, and Christopher, age
2
•'so has a real estate salesman's
'•cense yyith Haase Realty of
Lewiston
Havmg oeen self employed has
made him aware of local politics,
some of which, by his judgment,
ore very good and others need
|
mprovemeni This is the reason
he is running on the Democratic
supervisor
His qualifica t ions in short he
has been a member ot the Albert
Township Planning and Zoning
Commission for over a year, and is
presently chairman of this com
mission He has found there a r e
many different aspects to township
government other than just run
nmg a meeting and he will fulfill
an the responsibilities of the office
0* lOWnSMp ;„pc, .,»«. ii eiei-teo
FLORENCE M O L I N E
Florence M o d n e . i n c u m b e n t
Mbert Township clerk, running
:~z--^^
,,,
, ( ie
November
elecuon. wasiirst appointed to this
position whirh ct, n ^ - - J ;,c;^ ] l l l u
January 1959 She is a native "»
woonsocket, Rhode island, moved
to Detroit ,n 1946 and to Lewiston
in 1947
She is a member and deaconess
of the Lewiston United Church of
Chnst. president of the Women's
Bowling Association, secretary of
the Thursday night
bowling
leayue, secretary of the Nor
theastern M i c h i g a n Board of
Realtors, memher o» the Michigan
Assocation ol Realtors, president
of the Past Patrons and Past
Matrons Club and charter momho'
and past matron of Lewiston
Chanter I I A order Sf f h * T A . : ~ . . .
Star
She has served as PTC
secretary and as treasurer of the
Johannesburg Lewiston
Band
Boosters For the past few years
she has run the Chamber of
Commerce bingo game during the
tourist season She is employed by
Huston Realtors
When the new accounting
system for governmental units
was introduced. M r s Moiine at
tended Alpena College and ob
tained the new accounting cer
tificate at the U n i v e r s i t y of
Michigan Mrs Moiine has two
sons born and brought up in
Lewiston and graduates of the
Johannesburg Lewiston
high
schools Sot!, live ano worn in
Lewiston
Mrs
Moime s t a t e s . " O u r
township im> progressed greatly
during the past lew years and I will
do my best to keep Albert Town
ship number 1 in our county Our
e'ectecs townsnip officials have •
given unselfishly of their time ana
energy and I a m sure will continue
to w c k for Ihe best interests of all
our residents "
KENNETH J RINKE
Kenneth J Rmke, incumbent
townsh.p treasurer is unopposed
for this oosition. a position he has
held since the las)
^,:,w.i ••••
first |Oined the township board
Rmke. 35. has lived m Lewiston
smce he was 8 years old. with time
out lor graduation from Ferns
State University w,th a B S degree
m accounting and for several
years spent working for Chevrolet
and for Federal Mogul Corp in St
Johns, Indianapolis, and South
field He and his wife Nancy have 4
boys, they decided corporation
transfers and downstate living did
Thursday, October 31, 1V74
not alio*, the living conditions they
wanted for the family so moved
"home" in 1971 Rmke is self
employed as a builder
in addition to the township
member of the Lewiston I D C ,
Sheridan Valley Ski Club, St
Francis of Assisi church, and the
Chamber of Commerce. He was
chairman of the committee to
lvA.oie ine iuwnanip poiite uffivvi,
only one of several board com
mittees on which he has served.
R m k e feels " W e in A l b e r t
Township need to maintain Our
growth position, this will call for
even oreate.- effort from the board
as a result of ihe defeat of our 3
mill renewal proposal which failed
by a narrow m a r g i n in the August
primary We hope the proposition
does we will not be able to collect it
until
I97A
Ihit
! . » , « .•' ••••"-
"-;
necessity to cut our 1975 budget
aoout 40 percent."
RAYMOND A HYEK
Raymond A Hyek is running for
the balance of his t e r m as Albert
Township trustee, a position to
which he was appointed when a
change of residence forced the
resignation of Tom M a y
Hyek and his wife Donna own
and operate Raydonn's Resort on
West Twin Lake, in addition, Hyek
has served
as p r i n c i p a l of
Lewiston elementary school and is
cu r e n t l y p r i n c i p a l Of Johan
nesbura Lewiston High s>*->n'
Me has lived m Lewiston since
1967 and has severed on the
township zoning a n d planning
commissions as well as taking part
m other community activities He
is a member of the Lewiston IDC,
Lions Club, and Curling Club
Hyek states that he is running
for the completion of the term of
office, not because of an interest in
politics as such, but "because I
teel eacn resident should get in
volved m some way in local
government and m community
affairs "
Three candidates are on the
ballot for Albert Township con
stab'e. Two j r c to be decree:
ROBERT W I L D I N G
Robert W i l d i n g , D e m o c r a t i c
hopeful, is the only incumbent He
moved to Lewiston nine years ago
he operates a steel fabricating
business In addition. Wilding has
been for several years an active
member of the township fire and
ambulance crew and is currently
captain in the Fire Department
The Wildings have a 16' a year old
son m the local high school
Before he became constable,
Wilding played In the Lewiston
Softball league As constable ne
special a s s i g n m e n t s
for the
M o n t m o r e n c y s h e r i f f ' s depart
ment Since the township hired a
regular police off icer. Wilding has
substituted for o f f i c e r Robert
DeVos when events required rus
absence from duty because of
committments made before he
was hired or on his time off duty
The police administration board
determined that an elected con
Stable
m a y serve
in these
^ C r a l d ^ m « S
capacities for temporary periods
of times wh-n a local government
IvffS fewer than three qualified
regular officers
Accordingly,
Wilding will also assist during
injiiiiny K O M n so u.e paiiui car
will oe on the road for longer
periods of time and will ac
company DeVos when more than
one man is needed
Wilding states he enjoys police
« w «. aiiu iiupci !0 COTtl
c \i
serve the community in this way
LAWRENCE KERR
There are two men running for
constableon the Republican ticket
vacationed at Lake Manistee but
because of friends in Lewiston
moved here on his retirement 8
years ago Kerr served as a
volunteer ambulance driver for 4
years, during the period before the
Mmouiance Corps grew and only a
few volunteers were a u a . i j h i e U;.
has also assisted Montmorency
County sheriff Cecil " D o c " Eagle
m formal patrolmg, special m
vestigations for several years, and
serving legal papers
Kerr is only semi retired, since
he serves as a security patrol for
cottage and second home owners
on an individual contract basis, art
activity he intends to expand th.s
year
" i knew there would be a
vacancy m the constable's iob anc
I would run for the position." Kerr
DANIEL C.SMITH
The other Republican candidate
for constable is Daniel A Smith.
22, who is employed at his parents'
restaurant. The Villager
For
merly from Dearborn, the family
moved to Lewiston 2' i years ago
Smith is an active member of the
fire and ambulance department
and is a registered emeraencv
medical technician, the result of 30
weeks of training a number of the
department members took last
year He is also a Boy Scout leader
and is both a softball league player
and a bowler.
" I a m interested in our town
snip, bmith explained, "and a m
runn.ng for the '.-xperience ano
because I am i n t e r e s t e d in
township government."
LOUIS L O U B R U L L
Thero are two write in can
didates *or trustee on the Albert
Township board Louis L Dubrull.
a 36 year old *a'her of 4, was born
and raised m St Clair Shores He
and his wife Louise decided to
move north a n d a r r i v e d m
Lewiston 3' 7 years ago Dubrull
has been self employed lor 13
yeoib. lus cuiteni ousmess is
Dubrull Grading and Exravatmo
with kiwams Club and Key Club
He spent 7 years on active duty in
the U S Navy as a hospital corp
sman ana 6 more years as a Naval
reserve
In Lewiston he has played in the
softball league for 3 years and
sponsored a team one year He is a
former member of the township
fire department.
" I a m running for the township
board because I feel everyone
PAGE SEVENTEEN
v<ould take his turn In helping the
c o m m u n i t y . " D u D r u " said "When
I realized there were no caneidates
for trustee on the primary ballot I
decided to m a k e a run for it i
oeneve
the people's represen
tetives should be elected and not
appointed "
N E L L I E WORSLEY
The second w r i t e :n candidate is
N e i i i * Wuf »iey n i i v w »ioi«rmeni
follows
" I ' m Nellie Wors'ey. Introducing
myself as a non pdrtisan, write in
candidate for trustee for Albert
Township M y parents move" their
east of Lewiston when i was only 18
monfhsold, so you might say I'm a
life long
resident
of
Albert
To'.vnshm Park ,n thnir •»" •- w«
had a train coming to Lewiston,
the Michioan r » n i r » i D.< • - - J #
which was our means of tran
sporfsfien to OL,T now residence.
"Before serving as bookkeeper
for 25 years for Doty Lumber
Company, I was employed by
Montmorency County m the offices
of County Clerk, Register of Deeds
and as Social Welfare Director I
also served as chief clerk m the
Office of Pr.ce Administration. At
present i a m selling real estate
representing E A Haase Realty.
"Why did l decide to run for our
townships trustee? Because I wish
to become involved and thus be
rr.orc kr.GnieuyeaLiic oi our local
governmental problems and to be
acic iu ittftdef a service fo our :
township residents and property
owners Having been a life long
resident of Albert Township, I'm -!
acquainted with most of our area residents and share with them in
their needs and desires and would v
try to serve w.th their best in
terests in mind
Women are and have always
been a minority group on our
township board. It is m y sincere beliet that the time has come for
more women to get involved in our *
problems at the local level and try
to conquer the ever increasing
frustrations of our present times." '
« SCHOOL
S
SO*
Nescafe
Instant Coffee.
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STOW COUPON
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i LUNCH MENUii:
VANDERBILT AREA
SCHOOL
Friday, Nov. 1: Fishwich &
tartar sauce, potato chips,
lettuce salad, Jello, milk.
Monday, Nov 4- Beef hash,
propn beans, potato chips,
bread & butter cookie,
milk.
Tuesday. Nov. 5. Spaghetti
& meat sauce, corn, bread &>.
butter, applesauce, milk.
Wednesday, Nov. 6: Bean
soup & ham. saltines, peanut
butter & jelly sandwich,
orange juice, pears, milk.
America's Biggest and Best Loved
Canned Good Sale is Here! &
What can we do about it? I would encourage you to write
to your Legislators and tell them you favor a de-emphasis
on the property tax for supporting education. Currently
there is a bill in the Legislature (Senate Bill 1290) which
raises the per pupil membership aid from $39 per mill in
1974-75 to $60 pa- mill in 1975-76. This sounds like a
tremendous increase. The advantage to our area is in
order to qualify for the $60 per mill, we would need to roll
back our voted millage (or reduce our school operating
taxes) by 30 percent. The primary point in the Bill is a
lessening of the emphasis on property tax and a greater
emphasis on the State Income Tax. A greater reliance on
the income tax would work to the advantage of our area;
because the average income in our area is approximately
20 percent below the State Family Income Average.
Fixed Charges
Capital Outlay
Community Services
P L . * * 10 Title I
Building Skills
P L . a* 10 Title i l l
A.ter
purchasing o vacation
jafcln ir. LSW'S*?" " n ^ v»ratirinir^
here for several yeers, he decided
io move to Lewiston permanently
due to the dissotisfoctlon of living
in the Detroit arta.
Lewiston
presented
itself
os a
very
p-?£»«««i«»
community
with
w a r m friendly people and afforded
an area in which to live, work and
raise a f a m i l y .
H0 l< * m e m h e r of the LOWlStOn
iportsmen's
League
and
t h o r o u g h l y enjoys f i s h i n g a n d
hunting Also, he is a member of
the Lewiston Curling Club, which
is one of the sports he enjoys and
looks forward to each winter He
has been self employed for the
past six years He is presently in
the sporting goods business, both
wholesale and retail He is the
owner of "The Fun Country Shop,
located on County Road 612. H»
GAYLORD COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ANNUAL REPORT 1973-74
Th« 1973-74 W i o e i year u « the following changes:
1. The School Oodget increased from SI,074,0late
S},412.430
12.7 percent
2. Eifjnt additional teachers employed
3
Revenues from local sources up S420.0OO
33 o percent
4. Revneues from Intermediate
sources down 340
1.0 percent
5. State Aid membership down SiM.000
23 0 percent
0. Total Revenues up 1323.004
l* 5 percent
7
Excess rm*%m» over expense $154,721
•
Student population increased from 2350 to 2524 7.5 percent
esslstont
district
operating
menager. He currently operates
me
Lewiston Rubbish
Service
wh.ch he slerted in 1*0* and Is
active In both township end county
affairs.
Moore
is t h e vice
c h e l r m a n of the Montmorency
county planning commission, the
Albert Township Police and Fire
A d m i n i s t r a t i o n b o * r d . a n d is
currently second vice pi«r>iu«n ot
the Lewiston Lions Club as well as
past president of the Lewiston
Chamber of Commerce.
•^™
PAGE EIGHTEEN J ^ i r d l d " J i m € S
LtEGAL
John N e i r g a r t h
,« » notice
that sale has been lav uliy made
of t h e f o l l o w i n g described land
a n d y o u h a v e s i x ( 6 ) m-mths t o
redeem s a m e
" ' - ' _••' r'.~'::: ,:r. - i .'.^Ilii I~IOM»,
Bear L a k e S u b d i v i s i o n . Lot 12.
Block 23. C h a r l t o n Township
Respond to B o x 3286 c o The
Otsego County H e r a l d T i m e s .
P O Box 616. G a y l o r d . M i c h i g a n
49735
(10 17 4)
LEGAL
1972 H a r l e y Oavidson
s e n a l 4A30497H2
w i l l b e sold at P u b l i c sale a t t h e
rear p a r k i n g lot ~» *}g,ytard Sioie
Bank, G a y l o r d . M i c h i g a n at
10 00 a m N o v 8. 1974 T h e Bank
reserves n g n t s to last b i d To
n s p e c t v e h i c l e p r i o r to sale
w n i i a i i o V.OOK. a ' oanK 732
2411
(10 24 2)
FRANK
An
PGI-A»K.Y
POLASKY, MEISEL
& ROSEN B A U M
A t t o r n e y s at L a w
141 H a r r o w L a k e
Sagmaw. M i c h i g a n 48603
i >« j i 31
I FfiAl
LEGAL
NOTICE OF A D J O U R N M E N T
O F SALE
1973 C h e v r o l e t
1L47K3J241657
w i l l be sold at Public sale at the
rear p a r k i n g l o t of G a y l o r d State
Bank.
G a y l o r d . M i c h i g a n at
10 0 0 d m Nov 8 1974 The Bank
reserves r i g h t s to last b i d To
inspect veh.Mr* tv.nr
»•. *»'«>
Contact B Cook, at bank. 732
2411
(10 24 2)
N o t i c e is h e r e b y g i v e n that t h e
e x e c u t i o n sale set f o r t h e 2Sfh
day of O c t o b e r . 1974 at 10 00
AM
m the forenoon is hereby
a d i o u r n e d to t h e ;9th d a y of
N n u x n h i . ' i o n ; • 'C 0C A nn in
the f o r e n o o n is said county a t t h e
front door of the Otsego County
Building m Gaylord- Michigan
that b e i n g t h e p l a c e of h o l d i n o
^ H C U I I c o u r t w i t h i n said county
Said sale b y v i r t u e of a w r t of
l FfiAl
NOTirp O P
DISSOLUTION
cuif court f o r t h e county of Of
sego, in f a v o r of V A C A T I O N
L A N D H O M E S . I N C agamsf the
goods a n d c h a t t e l s , lands a n d
t e n e m e n t s of G I L B E R T
B
SHAFER d b a Vacation Land
Home Company. G I L B E R T 3
SHAFER
and HELEN
A
Notice is h e r e b y g i v e n that
NIVISON & EVANS. I N C , a
M i c h i g a n C o r p o r a t i o n , has ueen
dissolved pursuant to Section 332
of the i n t e r n a l Revenue Code A l l
persons w h o are c r e d i t o r s of s a i d
A special m e e t i n g of the Otsego County B o a r d of Com
missioners w a s called to order by C h a i r m a n J W St John at
9 00 A .V. ..-. t h e Cuuniy City B u n d i n g on W e d n e s d a y , Sep
t e m b e r 18. 1974
ROLL CALL
P R E S E N T S i m m o n s . H u t e h l n v W a g a r KUCn8TeK m/.„ior
St John
A B S E N T T o m a s k . LaCross, Y u i l l
C h a i r m a n St John announced that the m e e t i n g w a s called
for the p u r p o s e of a d o p t i n g a resolution to become p a r t y to
f o r m a t i o n of a M a n p o w e r Consortium
S n m o f l s e x p l a i n e d the resolution c o n c e r n i n g t h e Com
prenensive
Employment
and T r a i n i n g
Act
Discussion
followed
RESOLUTION
W H E R E A S t h e U n i t e d States C o m p r e h e n s i v e E m p l o y m e n t
and T r a i n i n g A c t of 1973, Public A c t 93 203, h e r e i n a f t e r
r e f e r r e d to as C E T A , " provides f o r r e g i o n a l m a n p o w e r
p r o g r a m s *'<n
W H E P E A S M . c h . g a n Public A c l 8 ot 1*6/, M i c h i g a n Com
piled Laws 124 531 t h r o u g h 124 536 h e r e i n a f t e r r e f e r r e d to as
PA8. p r o v i d e d f o r the t r a n s f e r of f u n c t i o n s a n d r e s p o n s i b i l i t i e s
of two or m o r e p o l i t i c a l subdivisions to one another or any
combination thereof, and
W H E R E A S t h e Counties o* A l c o n a , A l p e n a , Cheboygan.
C r a w f o r d . M o n t m o r e n c y , Oscoda. Otsego a n d Presque isle,
hereinafter r e f e r r e d to as ' t h e C o u n t i e s . " d e s i r e to revoke
previously e n a c t e d resolutions i n C o n f l i c t h e r e w i t h a n d t o
establish a m a n p o w e r consortium to assure local control by
elected public o f f i c i a l s of plans a n d p r o g r a m s under C E T A ,
now t h e r e f o r e
BE IT R E S O L V E D that a l l p r e v i o u s l y e n a c t e d Resolutions
Of t h u f n u n t v m/hirh rnn4l.rt «A,.»H ••.;• o-*r.i._.i:~~ ~. • ; 'r.'Cr.l
are hereby r e v o k e d a n d voided, a n d f u r t h e r
BE IT R E S O L V E D that tnis County hereby agrees to ioin in
the f o r m a t i o n of a n d become p a r t y t o , t h e N o r t h e a s t M i c h i g a n
Manpower C o n s o r t i u m , m concert w i t h t h e Counties herein
before n a m e d a n d f u r t h e r
BE IT R E S O L V E D that this B o a r d of C o m m i s s i o n e r s hereby
directs its C h a i r m a n to execute on behalf of t h i s County the
Northeast M i c h i g a n M a n p o w e r C o n s o r t i u m A g r e e m e n t w h i c h
same is append«*d to a n d becomes p a r t of t h e R e s o l u t i o n , and
further
B E IT R E S O L V E D T H A T t h e C h a i r m a n 0 * t h i s B o a r d of
C o m m i s s i o n e r s a n d t h e Clerk of this County a r e d i r e c t e d to
enter m t o a M such negotiations and a g r e e m e n t s r e q u i s i t e to the
pursuit of t h e e x p r e s s i o n a n d intent of t h i s R e s o l u t i o n , w h i c h
same n e g o t i a t i o n s a n d a g r e e m e n t s a r e n o t i n c o n s i s t a n t with
f F T A P A 8 o r other L a w or R e g u l a t i o n p r o m u l g a t e d by the
United States, of t h e State of M i c h i g a n , o r t h i s C o u n t y
This r e s o l u t i o n to h a v e i m m e d i a t e effect
M o t i o n b y S i m m o n s to adopt t h e above r e s o l u t i o n Seconded
by Winter
AYES
S m m o n s . H u t c h m s . W a g a r . K u c n a r e k , w m i e r S'
John
NAYES
None
MBSENT
T o m a s k i . LaCross, Yuill
vve n e u n n e r s i g n e o C n a i r m a n a n d C l e r k ot t h e Board of
C o m m i s s i o n e r s Of t h e said County of Otsego do hereby c e r t i f y
that the - o l l o w i n g is the Pay Roll of s a i d B o a r d of Com
missioners as p r e s e n t e d , a n d a l l o w e d by t h e C o m m i t t e e on
C l a i m s , f o r a t t e n d a n c e a n d mileage d u r i n g t h e i r September 18
sesscr. A D 1974
Mage
30
1 20
Days
1/2
90
\n
1*2
1 80
1 80
2 10
1/2
1/2
1/2
Per D i e m
$16 00
1600
16.00
1600
16 00
16 00
Total
$16.30
17.20
16 90
1780
1780
18 i n
G i v e n under o u r h a n d s , t h i s 18th d a y of S e p t e m b e r , A D. 1974
THEODORE W WERTS
C L E R K OF B O A R D
OF C O M M I S S I O N E R S
J W ST. J O H N
CHAIRMAN OF BOARD
OF C O M M I S S I O N E R S
.,, Jiavat
10 a o i o u r n Seconded b y S i m m o n s
AYES
S i m m o n s H u t c h i n s , Wagar. K u c h a r e k . W i n t e r , St.
John
NAYES
None
ABSENT
Tomaski,
LaCross.
Yuill
October 1,1974
The r e g u l a r m e e t i n g of the Otsego County fsoord of Comm i s s i o n e r s w a s c a l l e d to order by C h a i r m a n j W :>• John at
9 00 A M . m t h e County C i t y B u i l d i n g o n T u e s d a y , October 1.
1974
The o p e n i n g i n v o c a t i o n was o i v e n hv R # » m » i <.mmM>,,
f o l l o w e d t y t h e P l e d g e o. A l l e g i e n c e
ROLL CALL
PRESENT
T o m a s k . , LaCross. S i m m o n s H u t c h i n s , W a g a r ,
K u c h a r e k Y u i l l , W i n t e r . Sf John
AOtCklT
I
J
„••,,-**4r
S H A F E R , io»ntly a n d s e v e r a l l y .
and V A C A T I O N L A N D HOME
COMPANY OF GAYLORD a
M i c h i g a n c o r p o r a t i o n in said
county t o m e d i r e c t e d and
d e l i v e r e d I d i d on the 31s? d a y of
J u l y , 1974, levy upon a n d take a l l
m e r i g h t , t i t l e a n d interest of the
SSiS v t w S E R l b j n n r C K f l D
a V a c a t i o n L a n d H o m e Comp
n a y . G I L B E R T B S H A F E R and
H E L E N A S H A F E R . jointly a n d
severally,
and
VACATION
L A N D H O M E C O M P A N Y OF
G A Y L O R D , a M i c h i g a n cor
poration
s a i d Notice of Levy
515 of Otsego County r e c o r d s , in
a n d to m e f o l l o w i n g described
lands, to w i t
L a n d in the
Township of Otseao
1 »sa.
C o u n t y of O t s e g o , S t a t e of
M i c h i g a n , to w i t Lots 28, 30, 115,
116, 117, u s a n d 119 Waters
S u b d i v i s i o n , a c c o r d i n g to me
r e c o r d e d plat thereof recorded in
L i b e r l of Plats, Pages 106 and
107 O t w o n f n n n l v
Qfrnri*'
Dated Octohp.- 33 *•»'"«
R a l p h Holewinski.
Sheriff
Otsego County, M i c h i g a n
H u b b e l i . Biakesiee.
McCormick & Houlihan
400 East E i g h t h s t r e e t
T r a v e r s e C i t y , M i c h i g a n 49684
Phone (616) 947 9090
(10 31 3)
LEGAL
FORECLOSURE
SALE
Default has he*n ni»H« ,n »•.«
conditions of a l a n d contract
made by T o m a h a w k , I n c . , a
Anicnigan c o r p o r a t i o n i o S«\eus
Lake E n t e r p r i s e s , a M i c h i i a n
p a r t n e r s h i p dated M a y 4,1973 for
m e s u m of T w e l v e T h o j s a n d
F i v e H u n d r e d T h i r t y Six a n d 15
100 D o l l a r s ($12,536.15) on which
the land contract holder claims
to be due on t h e date hereof me
s u m of T w e l v e Thousand F i v e
W 169.05 "sat In (be Sovtberlr riahi o f o a y ana of Opal Lake Rosa), saw bats* (he
boundary bne of (be recorded PSII of MKhaysV # 1 . (hence Sou(hcaattrlv along i*td
tejhl it/ «aj 158.82 fast oa the arc of a curve lo (he righl and curve having a rodiui
ef 437 S fael. a casual angle of 20* 48'. and » long chord of 137.96 feet bearing
8. 84' 38' B.. tbance Soutbaaateily on Mid ilghl-oT-way 279.88 feci on lbs arc of a
curve 10 the right, taja curve hanng a 'adnn or 697 26 feel, a caudal angle o f 73*.
end a long chord of 778 02 fc--l bearing 8 62* 4 1 ' E , thence N 38* 4 6 ' E 8 0 0
feet, thence 8. SI* 14' K 240 0 feci. (Hence Sou(l«.ai(orl>- 132 72 foci on (In an, of
a curve to the rietd •»«• r » ~ - i.
' "•" > •
s f 2?"
l i , ana a » n g cnord of 329.59 fee( bearing $. 37* 36' 3 0 " E . . tbance S 23* 59'
R 335.0 fee(. thence Souir-.M|p.| r M ! 15 feci on the arc or a curve l o the M l . aaid
curve having a radius of 976 3S feel, a cendal angle of 37* 3 7 ' 30", and a long chord
or 629 6? feet bearing S 4 2 ' 4 / ' 4 S - fr . thence S 61* 36" 3 0 " fc. 486 0 3 f e l l . Ihenca
Southeasterly 266 88 feet on the arc or a curve (u the righl. aaid curve having a radiua
ol 7 0 0 0 fee!, a central angle or 2 | * 50' 40", and a long chord of 265.27 reel bearing
S. 50* 41' 10* fc.. thence N 52* 56' 20" E. 6 1 3 $ feet, Ibenrs Norlhea»(erly 180 0
feet on the arc o f a curve t o the ngh(, (aid curve having a radius o f 85.0 fast, a central
angle of 121* 19' 5 5 * . and a long chord of 148.70 reef bearing N 46* 26' 58" E-.
thence N. 17* 07' B. 200.0 reel, (hence S. 52* 26' 30* E- 145 8 feel (o (ha East Una
or Section 2 , T » R , R. 3 W . thence S 0* 55' 30* R. on a i d section line 1270 59
*—• • - t i • '." — ~ —' S ~ u u u », i tt n K_ 3 w . thence S. 89" S I ' JO"
K. on faW Bast Weal 1/4 bne of Section I, T. » M, R. J W. 6 0 2 7 2 feel, thence
S. S* 3t" 30* R. 181.9 feet l o the boundary line or the recorded plat o f MichaynV
# 4 . tbance along raid boundary Hne S. 0* 32' 30" W 147 J foe(. (hence Sou(heas(er>y
105.0 feat on (be arc of a curve to the left, said curve havine a r*-flua n f « i m
.';.(. a caudal angle or l u ' i v . and a long chord of 104 85 fell bearing S. 4* 3 7 '
R . (hence N. 76* 16' JO* E. 91.25 feel, (hence S. IF 51' 3 0 " F. 2 5 5 0 feet, (hence
8. 31* 51' JO" R 5J0-0 feet; thence & 36* 16' R 17SO feet, thence thence N. 7«*
49' 5 0 ' R 73-35 feet, thence S 65* 37' R 146.25 feet, thence Norlheaslnl, 30.0
feet on the arc of a curve to the left, said curve having a radiua uf 3 9 2 . 9 9 feet, •
ce-tral angle o f 4* 2 2 ' 20*. and a long chord o f 3 0 0 feet bearing N. 24* (7* 2 0 *
R ; thence 3. 67* 33' 50" R 66 0 feet, thence Southwesterly 10 0 feel on (he arc
*** * ""="": - — «*al*i • • ~ « » • » ua.mg a raoiin ol s s » . W lee(. a central angle o(
I* IS', and a long chord o f 10-0 fee( briring $- 22* 43" 4 0 * W . thence S. 64* 48"
20* H. 156^5 feet, tbance N 70* | « ' 20* E. 20 0 feet: thence «. 44* i f 4f»" P
I: J 0 !**.,.;._-«
.» .— •. «_• c ***a : :»»;. ;;,««.« 3. Ss" i u ' E. IUO.U real, inenca
S i r 06' 30* B. ISO feel, thence S. 66* 56' 10* R 124.95 feel, (hence Southwesterly
1 0 0 0 fbet on the arc oT a curve l o the leM, said curve having a radius o f 2 0 5 1 0 2
feat, a central angle o f 2* 4 7 ' 4 0 * . and a long chord of 100.0 reel bearing S 19*
47" 20" W.; (hence S. 18* 2 3 ' JO* W. 26.96 feel, (hence N 71* 36* 3 0 * W. IS0O
rest; thence S. 18* 23' 30" W 4 0 0 0 feet, (hence S- 38* 47" 3 0 " W 236.65 feel, tbenca
N 54* 00' W 17 25 feet, thence N 89* 0 6 ' 30* W. I J 7 0 lect. thence S. 8<* 33'
30 W 66.19 feet; thence N 89* 06' 30" W 112 0 feci, thence N 23" 2 3 ' 20" W.
109.55 feet, thence N 89* 0 6 JO* W 1 0 0 feel, (hence S. 25* 07' 30* W. 109.65
feet, thence N. 89* 0 6 ' 3 0 * W. 132.0 fee(. (Iicnee N 78* 52' 45" W. 6 7 07 fcc( (o
point of beginning.
Legal Notices
H u n d r e d T h i r t y Six a n d 15 100
D o l l a r s ((12.536 15) i n c l u d i n g
Interest a t 7 percent p e r a n n u m
vPivw MIC t*>wer or m e sale
c o n t a i n e d in sa--i land c o n t r a c t
and the statute in such case
m a d e a n d provided notice is
h e r e b y g i v e n that said
land
c o n t r a c t w i l l be foreclosed b y a
sale of t h e b u y e r ' s interest m t h e
l a n d c o v e r e d by t h e l a n d c o n
trwrt or %r>m*> rtmr* «* • h ?' T ". 2*
the f r o n t entrance to m e County
Building i n Gaylord, Michigan a t
11 00 o ' c l o c k a m . Local T i m e o n
T h u r s d a y . December Y> 1974.
Said premises a r e situated i n
t h e T o w n s h i p of C h a r l t o n .
County of Otsego, a n d State of
M i c h i g a n a n d a r e described a s
f o l l o w s , to w i t Lots 2. 12 14 1*.
24, 29, 30. 3 1 , 33, 35, 36, 37, 39, 4 1 ,
15. 46. 47 4R 40 «/l «.« «-». 53. 5 ' .
57. 58. 59 AO 61 6? i7. 6*. 45, 68,
69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79. 80.
81, 82, 85, Plat of T o m a h a w k
T r a i l s , h e i n g a part of the Nor
theast One q u a r t e r of the Northwest One •quarter (NEV4 of
NW'in) a n d p a r t o« g o v e r n m e n t
Lots One (1) and Two ( 2 ) , Sec
tion T w e n t y Five (25), T30N.
R1W a s t h e Plat thereof appears
m r e c o r a in m e office of m e
R e p - t e r of Deeds of Otsego
C o u n ' y , L i b e r 3 o f Plats, Page 37
and 38
D y r r.g rtic i i « . m u m h s i m
m e d i a t e l y f o l l o w i n g t h e sale, m e
p r o p e r t y m a y be redeemed
UAibD
September 13. 1974
Swede L a k e E n t e r p r i s e s
240 West M a i n Street
G a y l o r d , Michigan49735
F o x , F o x , Fitzer & Waterstone
Ste. M 120 E x e c u t i v e Plaza
D e t r o i t . M i c h i g a n 48226
(9 19 12)
• •_•
•-:•!.1st ttta CI1--I1 . - - • :.-: : u ^ , a l f , i W H | o .
r e t l t l o a of «!<£•£»•• LtoltiM r « i « — r r t t p » U U m C I N M , i f f l i m m r
•AK* NOTICE l U l , a s D K S b f l
I . K M , .1
1 K p n , lm t h .
C i r c u i t Court fol tb* County of < H u « o , C . , l o r J . H l c h l « . i . . W f o i a trtf Hoot"
• »1» D u l l ) r . Walah. • .rf»rln« Mill • » K«14 on tka • • t i t l e s o f rUckcr**'
H » l t o d r t t t n o r o k l p for ( M v o c a t i o n or t h . p l a t of. MKharvo' # 6 , OtMf*
U k a Township. Otasgo Couatjr. Mlc"Uaa, t s s 1 »aal 4 s s c t l p t l s a of utile* p l a t
Hlcksytrs' proposes t o vacate l a
M k t a y s s ' No 6. part of lilt E US of Section 7, and part of the S W 1/4 of Sacttef,
I. T n N . R. 3 W.. Ofatso Lake Toamahip. Oocao county. MicJufan
—~
1 x . . J_ - " . . . . . . —' i " " • • " £ a* Sis s v * » . . uancs » r
»
yf B. slew* stctioa Una 1208 U feet, thence N 0* S3' 30" E 416 S3 feet to point
of '•ifpsiiiii. abo p a n t the boundary Una of the recorded ptat o f I P c h a y W Ho. 4 ;
Issncs. N. •«* 06 30" W on wid boundary !>na 127 0 fast, thaoca H 31* 23' JO"
W. IIS.IS rset. then.e N 0* SI' 10" E. 405 5 feel, thence N. 2 0 * 5 1 ' 10* 8. 118.0
feel fassna N ">** *"•' W U ) n f ~ t ( •>*«-? N 64* 2J' W. 140.0 *SM, IMnca K. SI
SO' W. 265 0 feat. Ihenca N 24* 0 5 ' W 221 2 feat, ftkmca N 34* 3 0 W. 39S.0 fstt:
• thaoca H 19" 40" W. 170.0 feet, thanes R 31" 52" W 9O20 feet, thenct S 38* 3 1 '
W. 97.1 fast, thaoca S 9' 0 2 ' 10" W 103 2 feat, thane* S. T 35' W 20 0 fott. (fames
S. I* 10' 30* W 9 1 9 feel, (hence S 8* 00' E 1 8 0 0 feat; thence i 24*OS" B. 182 8
feet; thence S 32* Z6' E. 100 0 feet, thence S. 29" 36' B. 2 1 4 0 feet, thence S. 27"
36' B. 209-4 feet, (hence S VC 5 7 ' & I 2 0 J last; thencs S. r 2 3 ' 4 0 * W. 192.3
«_•- »••—- • **?•?" •** ** l o » 4 *M<. Munrr* M AH* A*.' M\' w I o * ' »; ; — -,
N. i r IS r W 196-4 fee.. >hsbu. H 10*35* W. 75 0 feel, thence S 24" 1 4 ' V 1 3 8 4 5
feet, tbance S. 64" 53' W 192.10 feat, (hence N 64' 3 3 ' 4 0 * W. 19X10 rest. O s s c s
N. 1 7 19' W 2 0 4 0 feet. (Hence N 10" 3 0 IS. 95 0 feet: rJisnee N « • * ' «/>" •
SS4.i» a m . taance ri. >/ UU n. i«UU feat, thence N XT IS' W ISO* "~M; tMMe
N. 8* 38' $0* W 224 5 feet, thence N. 0* 00' SO* R. 125 0 feet; theao* k. 86* 4 6 '
SO* B 1700 feet, thence Nottheitatty 9 I J feet on (be arc of a eurva to the Hah!.
•Tea can < karlsa a Alius of 893 94 feat, a centra! i n * * o f S* 52'. and a km* chord
of 91.26 feet bearing N. 6* 0 8 ' 37* E. thence N. 9* 04' 10* E. D M feet, (banc*
N. 80* 55' SO* W 90 0 feet, thence N 52* 50' SO" W. 84.95 feet, (hence N 9* 0 4 '
10* B. 60X1 fee(. (hence N. 58* 18' 30* W. 122.5 feel: thence H 54* W 145.0 feet;
thence N 89* 82' 30* W 395X1 feet, thence S 57* ST 30" W 40O0 feet, thence
8. 7«* IS' W. 15SXI feet, thence N. 8 4 ' 45' W. 145X1 feet, thence N. 75* 58" W. |40X»
feet; thence N 56* 0 3 ' W 142 0 feet; thence K 39* 4 3 ' 97. 143.0 tact, thence N
24* 4 3 ' W 320 0 feet, (hence N. 36* 4 3 ' W 190.0 fee(. thence N. 46* 0 0 ' W 21SX)
fees; tbance N 29" 05' 30" E 100.1 feat; thence Northeaaterty 383X1 feet on the are
of a curve to the rifdit. mid curve havtna a nsTan nf *« n ••*• • ~-»-aJ an(ta o f
.<>» uv H,-. and a ton, chord of I3I.°6 feet bearing N. 66* SI' 50* B. thence S.
SI* \T 30* E SOt) feet, thane* I U M H I I I I I I I / 6 4 0 J I feet on the arc of a cures t o
tka right, aid curve having a radaua o f 1060 84 fbet. a central angle o f 34* 35'. and
a long chord of 630^4 wet bjoring 8. 3T if E. thence SoutheaXerly 513 7 6 feet
on (be arc of • curve to (be M l . aaid curve having a radiua o f 279.24 feet, e central
eateto «r in« - •>*• -~« - «—f •*£?£ — iZZZ .'". ueanag i w fl I . (hence N.
57* 57' 30* E 305i> feet; (hence Noftneaxerty 3 S 7 J I fact o n the are o f a curve
(o (he ngk(. "id curve having a radiua of 438 69 feat, a central angle of 46* 40". end
a long chord of 347.SI feet hearing N. 81* 17" 30* E, thence ScwttieaXerty SO.O feet
oa (be arc oi a a s v a U> Ota lafl, aaid M U X ua.iug a lesiua M 2aU.97 iset, a central
angle of 10* 05' 40*. and a long chord of 49.96 feet bearing S 80* 2S' 20" E; Pilari
N. 5* 0 0 30" W 12555 feet, thane* N. 0* SS" 30* W. 42S 0 feet, thence t * IS*
46' 30" W IS6 3 feet, thence N. 31" W. 1 6 0 0 feel, thence N 46*40' W 160.0 feet;
(hence N 61* 36' 30* W 2 2 0 0 feet, (hence N. 28* 23' 3 0 ' B. 160X1 feel, thence
M. 61* 36' 30" W 2 6 6 0 3 feet, thence Nonhwejtcily 15868 feel on die arc of a osrre
to the nghl. raid curve having a radnn of I0S6JS feet. I central angle of 8* 36' 7 4 * .
and a kmg chord of 158 53 feel bearing R 57* l«* 18* W.; thence 8. 21* 46" 20"
W ?0 0 feel, thence S 88* 39' W 169 7 feet, (hence R 43* 0 4 ' W 150X1 feet, tbance
R 35* 39' W 225X) feet, thence N 23* 59' W. 3 0 4 5 feet; thence N 3S" 06" JO"
W. 268.0S feet, thence R 51* 14' W 2 0 0 0 feet, thence R 61* 40' W IR0.0 fae(;
thence N 62* 00' W 92.0 feet, (hence S. 84* 20' W 1< n feel thence R I ' 27' 10"
rv
Said plat c-nsoU of 162 lots numbered 1181 through 1342. inclusive and contains
9Qftm
0 03 a r m
Dated October
MICTUYVE' LTKI1t» PATTTIEILSHIP
gy:
Thospeon-Brown Cnapeny,
Cenaral Partner
I I . 1974
Gaylord JVs
drop second
CHARLEVOIX - Commiting a "multitude" of
iiM-nlal errors, the Gaylord
Junior Varsity football squad
was upset by Charlevoix, 2824, Thursday night on the
Charlevoix field. The loss,
only the second of the season
w c-uach Jim WUhite's squad,
came in a nip-and-tuck, wild
scoring affair
Gaylord jumped to an 18-8
lead midway through the
second period, but co»''Vt
-•
You can
save yourself a lot
of grief on insurance
gueeell
Senior V(r»-»T».I.*»-'
Mill Tvelve H l l e goad
Parnlngton H l l l a , Michigan 4B024
We're independent
agents, representing several strong companies,
so we work for
vpu. not for /•" *^~
any one
Iff ACCNT J
company.
Call us.
Attorney* for P e t i t i o n e r :
Dykaaa, Coaaetc. Spencer
Coodoov L Trtgg
*• f t e l n e r . J r . (p"*a>60T
2700 C i t y n a t i o n a l Bank Bldg.
D e t r o i t , h i e i n g . n 48226
M3-6M0
»l~.»
The m m u t e s of m e September 3,1*74 m e e t i n g a n d t h e special
m e e t i n g of September 18, 1974 w e r e r e a d a n d a p p r o v e d as
read
W i n t e r e x p l a i n e d A c t 230. of 1972, tht; S»ate C o n s t r u c t i o n
Code, to b e c o m e e f f e c t i v e on N o v e m b e r 6, 1974 L e n g t h y
discussion f o l l o w e d
M r R o n Parker
f r o m t h e N o r t h e a s t M i c h i g a n Regional
P l a n n i n g a n d D e v e l o p m e n t C o m m i s s i o n a p p e a r e d before the
B o a r d a n d discussed m e M a n P o w e r C o n s o r t i u m
B e r n a r d L o y d , C o u n t y Civli Defense D i r e c t o r , a p p e a r e d
before m e B o a r d a n d discussed t h e County P l a n f o r disasters
M r L o y d r a c o i n . n e n d e d d r o p p i n g m e C i v i l Defense P r o g r a m
M o t i o n b y W m t e r m a t m view of t h e r e p o r t of B e r n a r d L o y d
r e g a r d i n g m e e x t e n s i v e cost r e q u i r e d b y r e m a i n i n g m the C v i i
Defense P r o g r a m , because of m e e a r l y w a r n i n g s y s t e m
r e q u i r e m e n t s a n d m e s m a l l benefits d e r i v e d f r o m it. m a t
Ctsago County r e m o v e itself f r o m m e C i v i l Defense P r o g r a m .
Seconded b v H u t c h m s
Motion b y Y u i l l to *at>!c the m o t i o n f o r one m o n t h Seconded
by S i m m o n * .
AYrs
T o m e * * ! , LaCross, S . m m o m , H u t c h m s , Wagar.
Kucharek. Y u l M , *» John
NAYES w*»*er.
Y o i i i r e p o r t e d o n h i s inveafeoet'ion a n d r e c o m m e n d a t i o n * of
a p p o i n t m e n t s to t h e C o u n t y Road C o m m i s s i o n
M o t i o n b y YwMl t o r e appoint D a r r e n F l e m i n g **> t h e Road
Commtaalon f o r a six year f a r m e x p i r m * . O e r e m b e r V i f e o
Seconds* b y Simmons
A Y E S S i m m o n s , Y u i l l , St John
NAYCS
T o m a s k i , LaCross, H u t c h i n s , vVduo-r, Kucharek,
Winter
The follow.no candidates Wirsrer, X £ ! i r , K a i a m i n s k i ,
Chaffee, a n d Nelson w e r e n o m i n a t e d t o s e r v e o u t the unex
p i r e d t e r m of A l f r e d Coon
Winter requested a f i v e minute c a u c u s of t h e Democratic
"".trrtcrz
of *he B o a r d 0' Cuuiuussioners.
Secret ballot spread Chaffee a n d K a l a m i n i s k l nominated
Dan H a r t l e y acted as teller.
Secret ballot spread f o r election D o n a l d Chaffee elected to
c n m p l e t e t h e t e r m of A l f r e d Coon on t h e County Road Commission f r o m October 1, 1974 to December 31,1978
Ballot spread for t h e opening on t h e C o u n t y Road Cor>
m ssion
The results w e r e W i n t e r ,
Wagar,
Fleming,
K a i a m i n s k i . Nelson, a n d Kelly
Ballot spread f o r n o m i n a t i o n The r e s u l t s w e r e Wagar, a n d
Fleming
Ballot s p r e a d f o r election The r e s u l t s W a g a r elected to t h e
County Road Commission for a six vear t e r m beginning
J a n u a r v l 197S and end-'-g December 31, 1580
Y u i l l r e a d a letter f r o m the Road C o m m i s s i o n r e c o m m e n d i n g passage of a resolution
M o t i o n b y L a C r o s s t o table t h e r e s o l u t i o n u n t i l Proposal A
can be o b t a i n e d Seconded by H u t c h i n s
AYES
T o m a s k i , LaCross. S i m m o n s . H u t c h i n s , W a g a r ,
K u c h a r e k , Y u i l l , W i n t e r St John
N A Y E S None
Y u i l l presented the T a x a t i o n r e p o r t
H O N O R A B L E B O A R D OF C O M M I S S I O N E R S , OTSEGO
COUNTY. M I C H I G A N G E N T L E M E N
We, your T a x a t i o n
C o m m i t t e e , s u b m i t the following t a b u l a r s t a t e m e n t as our
r e p o r t This s t a t e m e n t shows f i g u r e s f r o m the r e p o r t s of the
v a r i o u s f a x i n g of the County, a n d in a c c o r d a n c e w i t h the
c q ^ o l . j u ' . o r . of '"-c C c S i u of C o m m i s s i o n e r s , State Tax
C o m m i s s i o n a n d M a x i m u m rates as set by t h e County Tax
A l l o c a t i o n Board for the year 1974.
ROLL CALL
PRESENT. Tomaski, LaCross, Simmons, Hutchins, Wagar,
K u c h a r e k , Y u i l l , W i n t e r , Sf. J o h n .
A B S E N T ; None.
Wagar p r e s e n t e d m e b u d g e t f o r 1975.
COURTS A N D L A W
Circuit rrwirt
• 0,uCKj.wU
C i v i l Defense
2,000 00
D i s t r i c t Court
50,000.00
F r i e n d of the Court
6,500.00
Probate Court
47,000 00
J u r y Commission
1,000.00
Prosecuting A t t o r n e y
35,000 00
Sheriff D e p a r t m e n t
127.T88.00.
Ja.l
12,500.00
Law Library
750.00
SOCIAL S E R V I C E S
Mental Health
Child Guidance
Child Care
Social Welfare
Veterans A f f a i r s
D i s t r i c t Health
Contagious Diseases
State institutions
Veterans B u r i a l
Births and Deaths
M o t i o n by Y u i l l to approve t h e 1974 t a x a t i o n report
Seconded b y H u t c h m s
AYES
T o m a s k i , LaCross, S i m m o n s , H u t c h i n s , Wagar.
K u c h a r e k . Y u i l l , St John
NAYES Winter
M o t i o n b y L a C r o s s to a d i o u r n f o r noon Seconded by Hut
chins C a r r i e d
M e e t i n g c a l l e d to order at 1 30 P M by C h a i r m a n St John.
ROLL CALL
P R E S E N T T o m a s k . , LaCross, S i m m o n s , H u t c h i n s , Wagar,
K u c h a r e k , Wmter St John
ABSENT
Yuill
R a y B r i l l . A i r p o r t M a n a g e r , a p p e a r e d b e f o r e t h e Board and
discussed the need for N a v i g a t i o n a l A i d f o r t h e County A i r p o r t
M o t i o n b y Winter to transfer f i f t e e n h u n d r e d ($1,500 00)
dollars f r o m contingencies to the A i r p o r t to purchase property
for N a v i g a t i o n A i d Seconded bv L a C r o s s
AYES
T o m a s k i , LaCross, S i m m o n s , H u t c h m s , Wag3r.
K u c h a r e k . W i n t e r , St John
NAYES
None
A S S E N T Y u ||
John De-inany, Prosecuting A t t o r n e y appeared before the
Board a n d discussed the Building Code
Messers J a c k F o r s h e w , W a y n e B a l l a r d , D i c k G r a y and Ken
H i c k s of th»» F a i r Board a p o e a r e d before the Board and
r e p o r t e d on t h e a c t i v i t i e s and plans for t h e County Fair m the
f u t u r e P r o p e r t y f o r t h e location of a storage area for the
A m b u l a n c e s on t h e County Fair G r o u n d s p r o p e r t y was also
d-'scussed
H u t c h m s excused at 2 30 P M
Messers Nelson, Hanson a n d O t t i n g e r of Consumers Power
CSmpa-i* a u u e o i r u uerore m e B o a r d a n d discussed the
location of a p o w e r line right a w a y across county owned
p r o p e r t y to serve U S Plywood The question of locating the
power l i n e w * i rftprrarx
tn t s o o ? ' u . i a - f j Rscred'iun Com
mlttee.
Mr
J e r r y W i l s o n , Director of M e n a l H e a l t h Clinic In
Petoskey a p p e a r e d before the B o a r d a n d explained the ac
t i v i t i e s of the c l i n i c
LaCross discussed a t r a i n i n g p r o g r a m f o r t h e Deputy
Sheriffs
M o t i o n b y W a g a r to a p p r o p r i a t e eight hundred l U f l n n n i
d o i l e r i f r o m contingencies t o r D e p u t y t r a i n i n g Seconoed by
Simmons
AYES
T o m a s k i , LaCross, S i m m o n s , W a g a r . Kucharek
W i n t e r , Sf John
N A Y E S None
ABSENT Hutchins Yuill
W a g a r d . s c u ^ ° d the L a w E n f o r c e m e n t in this area during
the n i g h t t i m e h o u i : , a n d made some suggestions to improve
the system
C h a i r m a n St John appointed L a C r o s s to Chairman of a
c o m m i t t e e f o r a M o r e Comprehensive L a w E n f o r c e m e n t , and
F o r d W a g a r , J a c k D e m i n g . Wayne B r o w n , a n d Steven
T o m e « k i a s m e m b e r s of m e c o m m i t t e e Other appointments
by t h e Chair w<rt
Edward
Strode to t h e Board of s o o a i
Services f o r t h r e e y e a r s Esther H . r d to t h e L i b r a r y Board for
three year* B a r b a r a Johnson to t h e A c t 54 B o a r d , for three
years D o n a l d Wescoaf to t h e Buildlr.^ B o a r d of Appeals for
t h r e e vears R o b e r t M o r o a n tn fru. o i . - - . - j Commission for
three tear* R a y m o n d Winter to the Zoning Board of Appeals
for t h r e e y e a r s D a y t o n Sehl t o the V e t e r a n s A f f a i r s I o a r d for
three y e a r s D o n a l d Chaffee to 'he B o a r d of Public V\orks for
one year F o r d Wagar to the Board of Public W o r k s for 2 years
L o u i s B a s m s k ' to the P l a n n i n g C o m m i s s i o n f o r one year
J a m e s Welch to t h e p a r k s and Recreation Commission for
three years T h o m a s G i l l to the P a r k s a n d Recreation Com
mission f o r three y e a r s
M o t i o n by S i m m o n s to approve t h e above appointments
Seconded b y W m t e r
AYES
T o m a s k i , LaCross, HtfZjm,
W a g a r , Kucharek,
W i n t e r , >t John
N A Y E S None
A B S E N T HutctMns. Y u i l l
Mo*(cn by W i n t e r to recess to October 14, W)74 Secorscs tr,
Simmons
AYES
Tortvartki. L e C r o s * . S i m m o n s , W a g a r , K u r h a r n ,
W i n t e r , St John
NAYES
Hon*
ABSENT Hutchins. Yuill
The opening i n v o c a t i o n «*es g f - e n t j y C h a i r followed b • Trie Pledge of Alien e n r e
G e n e r a l discussion of t h e a p p o i n t m e n t s to t h e Zoning B o a r d
of Appeals w i t h r e g a r d s to a letter r e c e i v e d f r o m C J J e h l e
was h a d
General discussion of m e a p p o i n t m e n t to t h e P l a n n i n g
Commission w i t h r e g a r d s to a letter r e c e i v e d f r o m L K T i t u s
was had
C h a i r m a n S. John r e a d a letter c o n c e r n i n g t h e Dial A R i d e
Transportation P r o g r a m .
W i n t e r r e p o r t e d o n T i t l e 3. a n d T i t l e 7 p r o g r a m s .
T o m a s k i r e p o r t e d o n m a J u n k Car P r o g r a m
Hutchins excused at 2 3 0 P . M .
Motion b y Winter m a t m e attendant for the Junk Car
Program r»- r>«in rurf 0 « ccr.*,r.iCf...Ics iunas a p p r o p r i a t e d f o r
m e p r o g r a m t h r o u g h N o v e m b e r 30, 1974. Seconded by
Tomaski.
A Y E S : T o m a s k i , LaCross, S i m m o n s , W a g a r ,
Kucharek,
W i n t e r , St. John
N A Y E S : None
A B S E N T . Hufchins, Y u i l l .
M o t i o n b y W a g a r to t r a n s f e r t h e f o l l o w i n g F i v e t h o u s a n d
($5,000 00) d o l l a r s f r o m the Dog W a r d e n , ten thousand
($10,00000) d o l l a r s f r o m State I n s t i t u t i o n s , f i v e thousand
($5,000 00) d o l l a r s f r o m
Probate C o u r t , t h r e e t h o u s a n d
($3,000.00) dollars f r o m M a r i n e Safety, a n d t h r e e t h o u s a n d
($3,000.00(dollars f r o m Equalization to t h e f o l l o w i n g d e p a r t
m e n t a l budgets. D u p l i c a t i n g , Elections, Bonds a n d I n s u r a n c e ,
R e t i r e m e n t , a n d Sheriff. Seconded by S i m m o n s .
A Y E S : Tomaski, LaCross, Simmons, Wagar, K u c h a r e k ,
w i n t e r , St. John
N A Y E S : None
A B S E N T : Hutchins, Yuill
The next m e e t i n g of the Otsego County B o a r d of C o m
missioners w i l l be held on M o n d a y , November 4,1974.
We t h e u n d e r s i g n e d . C h a i r m a n a n d C l e r k of t h e B o a r d of
Commissioners of t h e said County cf Otsego do hereby c e r t i f y
that the f o l l o w i n g is the P a y Ro I of said Board of C o m
missioners as presented a r d allowed b y the C o m m i t t e e on
C l a i m s , f o r attendance and mileage d u r i n g t h e i r September 16,
and 18, and October 1st, a n d 8th, Session A D . 1974.
22,000 00
25,000 00
46,000 00
sv.OOC.OCi
150 00
32,000 00
22,000 00
3,000 0 0
Surveyor
County Treasurer
Zoning
Medical Examiner
OTHER
Ambulance
4,98600
Soil Conservation
5,000 00
Contingencies
22,075.00
Extension
11,000.00
Insurance and Bonds
26,000.00
Plat Board
500.00
Duplicating
2,500.00
Retirement
16,080.00
County C i t y L i b r a r y
5,747.00
Social Security
24,000.00
T a x A l l o c a t i o n Board
650.00
A n i m a l Control
20,000.00
M a r i n e Safety
4,000.00
Drain Commission
100 00
D r a i n Assessment
11.000 00
Snowmobile
2,000 00
Election B o a r d
Board of Canvassers
1,500 00
M i c h i g a n Association of Counties
1,71000
N o r t h e r n Association of Counties
'50 00
Court House a n d G r o u n d s
63,338 00
N E M Planning and Development Commission
6,500 00
Huron Pines R C D .
15000
P a r k s and R e c r e a t i o n
37,000 00
F a i r Board
4,000.00
The salaries of elected o f f i c i a l s a n d supervision f o r t h e fear
1975 in the County of Otsego w i l l be
Sheriff
12,212.76
12,754.00
County Clork
CCUftt'y
• rco3*/TcT
I 1,04/.UU
11,446.75
Prosecuting A t t o r n e y
11,392.50
Zoning A d m i n i s t r a t o r
ia-.uiy.ue
The salaries of Judges w i l l b e :
6.510.00
C i r c u i t Judge
7,703.50
D i s t r i c t Judge
Probate Judge (County P o r t i o n $12,250.00)
16,038.50
(State Portion 3,788.50'
M o ' i o n by Wagar to a p p r o v e m e presented budget Seconded
by Y u d l
A Y E 6 : Tomaski, LaCross, Simmons, Hutchint,
Wagar,
K u c h a r e k , Y u i l l , W i n t e r . SI. John
N A Y E S : None
RESOLUTION:
W H E R E A S , t h i s g o v e r n i n g b o d y recognizes m e need f o r
i m p r o v e d p r o g r a m s f o r r o a d and b r i d g e f a c i l i t i e s w i t h i n m e
County of Otsego, a n d State of M i c h i g a n ,
A N D W H E R E A S , w e a r e c o n g n i z a n t of t h e d e t r i m e n t a l ef
fects a n y loss of r e v e n u e under m e c u r r e n t f o r m u l a f o r
d i s t r i b u t i o n of gas a n d - w r i g h t t a x d o l l a r s w o u l d have on
e x i s t i n g and f u t u r e r o a d a n d b r i d g e i m p r o v e m e n t s ,
A N D W H E R E A S , w e a r e a w a r e m a t Proposal " A " , to be
placed before m e v o t e r s d u r i n g m e f o r t h c o m i n g election w i l l
protect those revenues a n d m a i n t a i n m e e x i s t i n g f o r m u l a f o r
d i s t r i b u t i o n of those r e v e n u e s .
'••Xing
School
Unit
Stete
N a m e Of
Commissioner
S. J . T o m a s k i
L LaCross
B. M Simmons
R. C. Hutchins
F. E . Wagar
F Kucharek
M'age
90
6
6
6
90
90
2.40
2 70
540
8 10
5 40
6 30
16
18
36
;••«
9 J Winter
J W St. John
OFF
36
41
Days
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
3/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
Per D i e m
$80 00
80.00
80 00
64.00
80.00
80 00
48 00
80 00
80.00
T o l l a s for th*» r^twpr«iAv.
Coach Denny Raymond's won the meet with a 16.26
Gaylord High School thinclads time. Second place went to
ended their season by drop- Gaylord's Frank Blackmer
ping a dual match to Fair- with a time of 16:38. Third
view, 22-39 on the Fairview place in the dual meet went to
course last WedAcBuci-r. tjiu wett ot rairview, while
Despite losing the meet, all Gaylord's Ron WUllis came in
Other Gaylord
five of Gaylord's runners fourth.
finished with tneir best times finishers included Dave Lilak
of the year for the three mile in 11th, Ivan Renkiewicz in
course. Fairview is one of the 14th, and Mike Schepperley in
best Class D cross crountry 15th. Blackmer's time of 16:26
Alba carnival
on Halloween
13.95
1 8/2
2 70
1 8/2
J.20
1 3/2
19.20 3 13/2
8/2
720
38 10 1 8/2
2/2
540
4 5/2
106.65
38 70
2 6/2
18
1
128
48
254
36
711
258
160.00
1*0.00
50.00
304.00
128 00
160.00
3200
208 00
16.00
THEODORE W WERTS
C L E R K OF B O A R D
OF COMMISSIONERS
veluat'on.
Pniintv
Us
«•-...!
y e a r t h e n e n d e d , i n c o n f o r m i t y w i t h a c c o u n t i n g p r i n c i p l e s as set forth i n t h e M i c h i g a n
RALEIGH EXECUTED
On Oct. 29, 1618, Sir Walter
Raleigh was executed for
treason in plotting to oust
King James I from the throne
Local School District A u d i t
a p p l i e d o n a basis consistent w i t h t h a t o f the p r e c e d i n g
The a c c o m p a n y i n g a d d i t i o n a l
information
nuuinuuiTuiuvninw
Energy Crunch?
statement*,
cso
Township
JSD
ysr
DG»*T Towns-hip t o t e l e
E l s u r e Tovnahlp
Hsyea
81TD
T-wnshlp
§m
:.:Tir^ratnn To*»neJ»lp 0SD
TSD
: . i v i n » f n T -ahtp T o t s l s
tiwfo
U k s •fn-j-aefci** » »
"
t
Total*
-.tj-loYf!
OStt
20.2
32.837
\;
50,100.56
512.425.61
?
1,"385.74
5,474.44
563.35
6.021.53
10,751.92
5,296.58
9.276.74
".504.15
16.077.45
28.707.62
30,718.15
50,031.87
9.238.88
89,986.90
166,493.4?
20.2
20.5
.46 15.966.53
2
21,871.96
58,398.12
338,687.25
254 . 0 7 0 . 9 7 1.97 1 4 . 7 7 8 ?1 i . 4 6 1 8 . 3 6 3 . 9 5
8 , ; 3 1 . 5 4 ^.t,
• i - ^ rjsj
61473
i8.978.28
262 , 7 0 2 . 5 1
16,251 N
1
12,577.77
•21.06
12,998.83
67.165.'0
2.248.61
69.4*3.71
376.955.80
13.389 42
390,345.22
18,573.53
2,042-55
20,616.08
66.'
7.271.47
75.393.22
377,290.21
41,'
418,862.91
12,382,350 20.2 250 . 1 2 3 - 4 7 1 97 2 4 . 3 9 3
1 , 3 6 1 . 7 0 0 19.25
26 . 2 1 2 . 7 3 2 . 0 5 2 . 7 9 1
13.744 050
276 , 5 5 6 . 2 0
27.164
n
18.175.500 20.2
M
3 6 7 . 1 0 4 . 7 0 1.97 3 5 . 8 0 1
n
1.449.13
2.536.34
I11.M
4,395.71
7,848.90
1.46 1 8 , 0 7 8 . 2 3
2.39
5. ?54.46
21.33269
1.46
26.533-V
Coeaslttee
?
?
2
1
5
18,17550
of T a x a t i o n
97.046.49
'.
544,659.80
Hich»r
sH.tHB H(,ff«*Won».
districts
O u t g o i n g t r a n s f e r s to o t h e r funds
EXCESS-OF
expenditures
SPECIAL E D U C A T I O N
OVER
Add:
STATEMENT
FUND
313,731.90
7,686.16
8,904.72
6,941.29
4,866.45
15,478.03
3,466.96
85,000.00
510.00
446,585.51
480,007.82
36,807.53
11,234.70
11,792.98
4,277.27
30,732.94
18,400.45
119,000.00
-0-
34,365.07
40,260.08
23,784.22
58,149.29
34,365.07
40,260.08
98.407.37
i i n f s . i a a i -
•*••===
u M i L u n u un t i n Ant
A n n
rilAM
statements t a k e n as a w h o l e .
OF D A Y T R A I N I N G
CENTER REVENUES A N D EXPENDITURES:
R«ipectfully
CHEBOYGAN-OTSEGO-PRESQUE
SERVING NORTHERN MICHIGAN
SUPERIOR INSULATION
THRU QUALITY M A T E R I A L S
INTEGRITY OF SERVICE
INTERMEDIATE S C H O O L
ANNUAL
July 1
1974.
Republican Candidate
submitted.
for
FINANCIAL
REPORT
Report o f the C . O . P I n t e r m e d i a t e School D i s t r i c t f o r t h e s c h o o l year
In the o p i n i o n o f t h e Board o f E d u c a t i o n , this has been a successful
from
p a y r o l l checks f o r C h e b o y g a n ,
a n d W o l v e r i n e School
year.
Mackinaw City,
informotion
1,475.49
468.05
45.8C2.Tl7
1,222.56
265.55
355.95
-01,844.06
10,644.80
307.65
-05,264.11
2,300.91
1,600.00
'1,269.89
19,809.82
Salaries
-0-
4,000.00
Operation o ' Plant:
R7R nn
Salaries
Telephone
a continued
Custodial
Johannesburg,
Posen,
G a y l o r d , Inland
Lakes
Fixed
in^a>rv"ce
Supplies
126.80
Ut:!ifies
437.14
Laundry
43.81
contracted
150.00
2,445.60
expense
Charges:
Retirement - Federal
orograms
5,853.^1
Rental o n b u i l d i n g s
3,720.00
Employee
2,323,09
^/rner
*rs'.-.'.r,g
561.28
91.71
-0-
Miscellaneous expense -
data processing o f
services.
insurance
insurance
221.31
41.00
325.47
2,291.47
6,171.15
3,404.00
1,851.00
12,606.40
1.81
11,427.96
1,496.86
2,351.25
927.42
86,602.25
1,03".4;
88,558.03
1973
1974
710.00
Food S e r v i c e :
in i n o areas or S p e c i a l E d u c a t i o n ,
t h e Intermediate has 8 speech t h e r a p i s t s , 3 school
social
Capital
Outlay:
Furniture and equ'pment
1 c o n s u l t a n t for the m e n t a l l y i m p a i r e d ,
1 alternative education
1 consultant f o r t h e
teacher,
Total
Expenditures
2 occupational
EXCESS O F D A Y T R A I N I N G
therapists, 1 teacher for the learning disabilities, 1 curriculum resource consul'cnt a n d 1 director
OVER
education.
t r a i n a b l e rooms by contractual a g r e e m e n t w i t h C h e b o y g a n
the I n t e r m e d i a t e o p e r a t e d three day
These centers are l o c a t e d i n t h e M u l l e t f
Area
training
Lake School B u i l d i n g , a t the G a y l o r d
State
CENTER
REVENUE
759.22
4,322.23
75.00
759.22
834.22
4,322.23
" 634.22
5,T56.45
EXPENDITURES
D A Y T R A I N I N G CENTER
Baiance J u l y 1
S c h o o l a n d G a y l o r d Community S c h o o l D i s t r i c t ,
centers.
2,388.04
Service:
Add:
BALANCE:
Excess r e v e n u e s o v e r
expenditures
Balance - June 3 0
STATEMENT O F B U I L D I N G A N D SITE F U N D R E V E N U E S A N D EXPENDITURES
Proceeds from sale o f bonds
-0-
209.56
209.56
Interests o n investments
Total
revenue
-0-0-0-
EXPENDITURES:
Thus t h e services o f the C . O . P .
I n t e r m e d i a t e School D i s t r i c t c o m p o r e f a v o r a b l y w i t h o u r Forger
Site a c q u i s i t i o n a n d i m p r o v e m e n t s
Furniture and eauioment
Total
expenditures
^VUIV
^TJIUIU
CHEBOYGAN-OTSEGO-PRESQUE
u».
25.27
82.33
107.60
1,080.22
(107.60)
BUILDING AND SITE FUND BALANCE:
Revenue f r o m l o c a l sources
78,342.57
90,894.77
Revenue f r o m S t a t * sources
70,871.50
97,228.51
6,216.65
11,400.99
19,767.01
A p p r o p r i a t i o n * f r o m Stol-a retpresenting
sources
Incomirvg transfers f r o m o r h a r school d i s t r i c t s
To»al g e n e r a l f u n d r e v e n u e
49,264.40
after
Less:
1974
f*4w.J,
Balance July 1
A d d : C o n * * a c t r e d u c t i o n f o r change) orders
DISTRICT
1973
rgtdlstriDuHon c f Fsdtaral ' - ' - -
IVCVCIXUC
rianson
ISLE I N T E R M E D I A T E S C H O O L
REVENUE:
Rever.ue from
398.63
891.15
1,289.78
EXCESS O F B U i L D I N G A N D SITE EXPENDITURES
metropolis counter parts.
96,534.27
142,718.70
3ui,<29.39
3o2,0W.9S
deficit
6-30-72
Excess o f expenditure*
over
revenue
B a l a n c e June 30
(
975.38)
2,163.20
1,080.22
107.60
107.60
-0107.60
-0-
STATEMENT O F 1971 DEBT RETIREMENT F U N D REVENUE A N D EXPENDITURES
REVENUE:
Currant property t a x l e v y
Interest a n d p e n a l t i e s on d e l i n q u e n t
tax collections
Interest o n investments
Miscellaneous
Total
income
Revenue
59,031.58
114.18
655.29
-059,801.05
69,334.41
45,000.00
8,812.50
53,812.50
50,000.00
6,968.75
56,968.75
5,988.55
13r 776.71
14,477.88
20,466.43
5,988.55
20,466.43
13,766.71
34,243.14
348.37
1,056.73
5.95
70,745.46
EXPENDITURES:
EXPENDITURES:
Ctp-yotion of plant
8,015.70
209,898.64
90,829.58
8,182.15
Maintenance of plant
1,414.50
2,164.37
21,026.39
37,021.71
32,313.83
3,117.44
3BT^T09-
Iruh-uerton
All Served with Mashed Potatoes, Gravy
Vegetable or Fruit, Hot Rolls & Butter
Noon Special $1.65
E V E N I N G SPECIALS
Include* same as above plus our famous salad
bar 9nd home baked br^d $2.95.
The Parlour Will Be Closed Monday
South Old 77 a t 175 Adjoining Gaylord Motor Inn
expense
i u u u purcnoses
I
27,325.39
27.00
2,108.92
T o t a l f i x e d charges
and
14,145.10
4,296.32
expense
pupil
transportation
Health
D i s t r i c t s , c h i l d a c c o u n t i n g , .-^cording t e a c h e r ' s c e r t i f i c a t e s a n d s u b m i t t i n g
Besides o p e r a t i n g t w o c o u n t y
T U I S . - Fried Chicken
WED.- Bar-B-Q Spare Ribs
THUftS.- Spaghetti & m e a t b a l l s
FRI.- Fish & Chips
SAT.- Breaded Veal
S U N . - Pork Chops & Dressing
2,871.22
4,530.00
Gasoline
Contracted
Total
p a r o c h i a l schools o f
a p p l i c a t i o n s f o r s u b s t i t u t i n g , p r i n t i n g e n d reproduction of s p e c i a l m a t e r i a l s .
HOmEfTlADE SPECIALTIES
•
•
•
•
•
•
558.23
5.62
expense
Total o p e r a t i o n o f p l a n t
of special
eating."
116.93
Other transportation
ending June 3 0 ,
Counties.
emotionally disturbed, 1 homebound teacher,
" m e a l t i m e : When
teenagers sit down to continue
-O3*>,VO*».00
supplies
Total Administration
Transportation;
! / 7 3 - June 3 0 , 1 9 7 4
Programs, C o o p e r a t i v e p u r c h a s i n g of supplies a n d audio visual e q u i p m e n t ,
Atmosphere"
-03,034.83
928.94
Travel expense
Miscellaneous
expense
g r o w t h i n t h e areas o f I n s t r u c t i o n a l M a t e r i a l s C e n t e r , Consultc*? h e l p Ir. f h s u > w M ' F e d e r a l
County Commisioner
"Gay 90's
51,021.09
aides
2,190.44
Salaries
Office
DISTRICT
The services p r o v i d e d b y t h e I n t e r m e d i a t e School District h a v e p r o v e n t h e i r v a l u e b y
RESTAURANT
510.00
87,361.47
1974
87,514.98
312.00
5,053.28
-092,880.26
Administration:
E d u c a t i o n Statement of Revenues a n d Expenditures a r e t a k e n
C h e b o y g a n , O t s e g o a n d Presque Isle
PETER H. CRAWFORD
THE PARLOUR
Fund
•••^••wv.iiuii e s p e n v e
ISLE
The I n t e r m e d i a t e School D i s t r i c t serves ten school districts a n d seven
Political Ad
Education
-01,088.69
Bus lease
ELECT — NOV. 5
Pd
districts-transportation
Salaries
The G e n e r a l Fund a n d S p e c i a l
the A u d i t
District No. 5 Bagley Township—
Your Vote Will Be
A Vote For:
Efficient A n d
Responsible County
Government
85,762.78
Teaching supplies
Inservice e d u c a t i o n
Young, Skutt & Breitenwischer
P H O N E (517) 732-5092 or 732-2931
RT. 2 - BOX 124
GENEYODER
G A Y L O R D , AAI. 49735
DICK W H I T E
LUHt\lUliniM1.tlMtHe«..^s^t.vvT
1973
j
T o t a l Revenue
EXPENDITURES:
IInnssttrruuccttiioonn::
TJI'U!
712,253.69
revenue
58,147.29
Revenue f r o m o t h e r s c h o o l
G i f t s a n d grants
A c t , a n d , i n o u r o p i n i o n , is f a i r l y s t a t e d i n a l l m a t e r i a l respects i n r e l a t i o n t o t h e f i n a n c i a l
1,700.00
752,5T3.77
BALANCE:
expenditures
Salaries - T e a c h e r
T r a v e l expense
A^lriistrarton
Tinged c h o r g * »
Capital outlay
T o t e ! 5=.-.evrsS Swt'iu e x p e m d i t u r M
154,636.37
77,516.67
<"V4,y23.46
mjmgj^jggjgkjajmj^JM
Redemption of serial
__6,305.93
10,796.09
bonds
Interest o n bonded debt
Total E x p e n d i t u r e s
EXCESS O F DEBT RETIREMENT F U N D
OVER
REVENUE
EXPENDITURES
DEBT RETIREMENT F U N D
BALANCE:
Bafonce J u l y 1
Add:
Exeat* o f d e b t r e t i r e m e n t f u n d
over
r X C E S S O F G E N E R A L F U N D REVENUES OVER
CXTSNDITURES
I
REVENUE
Excess o f s p e c i a l e d u c a t i o n f u n d
r> i _ o n i Q "TJj J c
e
E d u c a t i o n a n d W e l f a r e r e l a t i n g to a l l o w a b l e e x p e n d i t u r e s under t h e
10,796.09
26,121.61
349,308.54
397,448.36
4,056.87
Salaries o f T e a c h e r s
n( * H S U . D . Dejpuiimenr o f h e o i t h .
6,305.93
296,480.83
181,448.37
3,021.38
-0480,950.58
EXPENDITURES
SPECIAL E D U C A T I O N
e x p e n d i t u r e s presented on Pages 1 9 - 3 0 r e l a t i v e to P . L . 8 9 1 0 A c t programs as g o v e r n e d b y r e g u l a t i o n s
Seal Off
NEW or OLD CONSTRUCTIONS
INSIDE or OUTSIDE with
7**M ,
25,455.23
1 0 , 9 3 5 . 9 7 8 2 0 . 2 220 . 9 0 6 . 7 * 1 9 7 2 1 . 5 4 3 88
12.577.771
421.051
12,998.882
13.697.85
1 , 9 5 3 93 1.46
868 to 1.46
1.46
5,774.30 3-5
985
59.685-82
3.808 39
1 0 8 , 5 9 4 . 3 6 1.97 1 0 . 5 9 0 , 63 1.46
outlay
O u t g o i n g transfers to o t h e r school
Transfer f r o m S p e c i a l
YEAR ENDED J U N E X , 1 9 7 4
2 0 , 0 5 5 . 7 7 1.97
33.875.75
-5
service
F i x e d charges
e x a m i n a t i o n o f f i n a n c i a l statements m e n t i o n e d a b o v e , w h i c h tests i n c l u d e d tests o f t h e r e c o r d e d
327,157.98
192,332.85
Instruction
the a c c o u n t i n g records w h ' c h w e r e s u b j e c t e d to t h e tests a n d other a u d i t i n g procedures a p p l i e d i n the
60,660-55
20.?
19-5
20.5
districts
revenue
Administration
This information has been r n m n * * * d *"r~T!
22.719.50
991,870
-.218
281,673
3,010,761
5,375.958
Incoming transfers from other school
-n
LEAKY R O O F S ?
pyQT, if you insulate witn Polyurethane Foam. Let us show
you^A.LJL^of the advantages of Urethane Foam over any
other Insulation Material or System.
M U l
b u t is s u b m i t t e d as a d d i t i o n a l a n a l y t i c a l d a t a .
2
9,362,090
sources
Revenue f r o m F e d e r a l sources
Total special education
15,325.52
REVENUE A N D EXPENDITURES:
Revenue f r o m S t a t e sources
Department
Superintendent
1 6 2 , 5 8 0 93
8 3 , 0 5 « i . 70
245,635.65
Revenue f r o m l o c a l
Total special e d u c a t i o n
EXPENDITURES:
9,019.59
15,325.52
S T A T E M E N T O F SPECIAL E D U C A T I O N
is n o t necessary f o r a f a i r presentation of t h e f i n a n c i a l
5.679. 87 1.46 1 6 - 5 8 5 . 0 9
-8,033-01
15.399.36
43.432.57
Political Ad
over
.rJIi^e*.
over
B a l a n c e June 3 0
11,359.652 19-5
TO.499.25
5,767.55
16,266.80
«q
year.
GSD
?.
?,
Excess o f g e n e r a l f u n d r e v e n u e
Balonco-Juna 3 0
G u i d e f o r T i t l e I , E'-msjorary a n d Secondary Education A c t o f 1 9 6 5 ,
Charlton T-.»maMp
7.664.45
1.97 1 0 , 3 4 1 76 1.46
.5
l , 4 4 1 i 89 1.46
4.2J0.31
11,783 66
11,874.76
Add:
Presque Isle I n t e r m e d i a t e S c h o o l D i s t r i c t at J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 4 , a n d its income a n d expenses f o r the
S T A T E M E N T O F GENERAL F U N D R E V E N U E A N D EXPENDITURES
106 , 0 4 2 . 4 6
56, ,233-59
162 , 2 7 £ . 0 5
Pa
BALANCE:
Balance
a n d f u n d balances present f a i r l y t h e assets a n d l i a b i l i t i e s o f the various funds o f C h e b o y g a n - O t i « a / > -
758,258.24
5.249.627 20.2
2 . 8 8 3 , 7 7 4 19 5
8,*33.401
GENERAL F U N D
Capital
130,742.62
0SD
JSD
C h e s t e r Tovniahlp t o t a l a
MX
h T wnship
J
conference
Maintenance o f plant
48.967.27
Chester
rcguim
schedule, includes meets with
Alpena, Soo, and Fairview.
In our o p i n i o n , t h e a c c o m p a n y i n g b a l a n c e sheet a n d r e l a t e d statements of revenue a n d exoendihirex.
2
.5
Your vote w i l l mean a »in
a. »«..«. • I a n m a a i o efficiency
eaeu economy in Otsego Coun'v
government.
Operation of plant
Siii.
ISi
fiiii
SS2
? 4 , 4 « , 6 J 7 2 0 . 2 0 494 ,569-47 1.97 48,232, 77 1.46 3 5 , 7 4 6 . 1 1
513-21
District No. 9
Hayes-Elm Ira
Otsego Lake
Township
i n nrlr*tH/w. */»
Pupil t r a n s p o r t a t i o n
080
22*
vwi((i(n»iuiier
REVENUE:
J.W.ST. JOHN
CHAIRMAN OF BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS
Tovmahln
•nd F i r e
rtllfll«
I n c l u d e d such test o f t h e a c c o u n t i n g records a n d such other
Home a n d a t M e t * .
I n t . Sch. D.
niiiag*e
•111.
Taj-
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE
For County
Baiance July 1
P.1MI11
173.95
162.70
81.20
322.20
135 7n
198 10
37 40
314 65
198 70
A r e c o r d of m e receipts a n d expenditures of m e County are
a v a i l a b l e at m e C o u n t y C l e r k s ' office f o r public p e r s u a l .
Motion by LaCross to a d j o u r n . Seconded by T o m a s k i .
AYES
T o m a s k i , L a C r o s s , S i m m o n s . W a g * . * , Kucheirek,
thc
o f E d u c a t i o n A c c o u n t i n g f o r M i c h i g a n S c h o o l D i s t r i c t s , a n d t h e M i c h i g a n Department o f Educrition's
• '.IKI.II-M &;!lriri!ltitr!,m-
Total
$80.90
80 90
80.90
66.40
8270
85 40
56.10
85 40
86.30
Given under our h a n d s m i s 15th d a y of O c t o b e r , A . D . 1974.
J.VV. St. John
Plans are now under way to
layout a challenging cross
country course ai nome. This
will aid the team in practice
and open the door to holding
meets here. Anticipated home
and home
PAGE N I N E T E E N
RE-ELECT
finished with 42, Lilak 25,
while Renkiewicz had 17,
Schepperley 11, Steve Br',oks
7, and Mike Franckowiak 5.
a u d i t i n g procedures as w e c o n s i d e r e d necessary I n t h e c i r c u m s t a n c e s .
The Alba School will have a
carnival Halloween night at
the school from 7-9. Mrs.
Richard's fourth and fifth
grade is having a Book Fair at
the carnival.
INSURANCE
^AGENClf;•••
a u d i t i n g standards, a n d a c c o r d i n g l y
workers, 3 school psychologists,
n
HT. "with five of the top seven
runners returning, and two
other experienced lunners in
Steve Hale and Brian Fortelka
coming a-ejek, th c c u t ; w ^ {m
next year has to be very optimistic." Boys that will be
lost to graduation include
Willis, Lilak, Jeff Drinkert,
and Mike Dibble.
Delton Dowker scored on a
38 yard run to open the second
period, and iiii-mies iater,
Jerry Tack broke loose and
scored from the three to give
Gaylord itf 184 lead.
Final individual statistics
vnn.v%" tea »Vw>
» V«/i
c-iuciuuairtu
a
•«•<
•^sarb-s:-. cut t.u.c . . ^ ^ 1
tor
the vear showpH f>;of
—— " *****
to four DOints at halftimo the state
w i s . , 1 en.us <
BlackiT.ci led ihe team in
Coach Raymond told the scoring with 52 points. Willis
Fairview's Paul layman
when Boss scored from the
three following a long pass.
In the third period, Lee
Begrow put the Rayders on
top with a 51 yard gallop, but
Dowker came back on a 70
September 2 , , 1 9 7 4
yard punt return to give
Board of Education
C h e b o y g a n - O f s e g o - P r e s q u e Isle
Gaylord the lead once again.
Intermediate School District
The Rayders then put on the
6 0 6 5 L o o m i n g Lone
clinrhpr on n 15 yard SGSS
Indian River, Michigan 49749
from Way to Matt Doan and
added the conversion to takp
the win.
V/e h a v e m m i n e d t h e b a l a n c e t h e e * o f t h e C H E B O Y G A N - O T S E G O - P R E S Q U E ISLE INTERMEDIATE
Coach Wilhite cited Scott
Rich and Dowker for their
S C H O O L DISTRICT a$ o f J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 4 , a n d f h e r j l a t e d j t o t e m e n t j 0 f revenue a n d expenditures
excellent all-around play.
Dowker gained 150 yards on
f o r t h e year then e n d e d .
O u r e x a m i n a t i o n was " . a d e I n a c c o r d a n c e with g e n e r a l l y a c c e p t e d
the ground for Gaylord.
BOARD
S J Tomaski
L LaCross
B M Simmons
R. C Hutchins
F. E Wagar
f- Kucharek
J. R. Y u l i .
R J . Winter
J W. St. John
School Debt.
School
Miles
hold it. Marc Supinger passed
to Don Rpnnptt for a 25 yard
touchdown to open the scoring
parade, but the Rayders
stormed right back with Scott
Boa? scoringfromthe six, and
Mike Way threw to Dave
Gaylord harriers hit stride despite
losing dual match
Bafley Townahlp
O c t o b e r 15,1*74
T h e c o n t i n u e d meefima of t h e Otsego C o u n t y Board of
Commi»«aoners w a s celled to order b y O u i r m a n j w St John
at 9 10 A M . m t h e County City B u i l d i n g o r Tuesday, October
15 1974
6,500 00
500 00
18,000 00
24,000 00
10.000.00
40.000 00
1,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
75.00
ADMINISTRATIVE
County A i r p o r t
Board of Commissioners
County Clerk
EDITORS N O T E , S E E BELOW
W E T H E R E F O R E R E S O L V E , to support Proposal " A " a s a
m e a n s of a s s u r i n g m e f u t u r e of o u r l o c a l , c o u n t y a n d s t a t e
Highway t r a n s p o r t a t i o n s y s t e m ,
A N D F U R T H E R R E S O L V E , to pledge o u r s u p p o r t In u r g i n g
m e citizens of t h e County of Otsego to e x t e n d t h e i r s u p p o r t t o
m e passage of ProDosai " A "
M o t i o n b y W i n t e r to a d o p t t h e a b o v e r e s o l u t i o n Seconded b y
Yuill.
A Y E S : Tomaski, LaCross, Simmons, Hutchins,
Wagar,
K u c h a r e k , Y u i l l , W i n t e r , St. J o h n .
MAY?=5: None.
M o t i o n by H u t c h i n s t o a d i o u r n f o r noon Seconded b y
LaCross C a r r i e d .
M e e t i n g c a l l e d to order a t 1 1 5 P . M b y C h a i r m a n Sf J o h n
ROLL CALL:
P R E S E N T : Tomaski, LaCross, Simmons, Hutchins, W a g a r ,
K u c h a r e k , W i n t e r , St J o h n .
ABSENT: Yuill.
*P*cr!ff H o l e w i n s k i a p p e a r e d before m e B o a r d a n d discussed
his s a l a r y .
Thursday. October31,1974 J a J j r c J d ^ m S *
COP FINANCIAL REPORT
COUNTY MINUTES
September 18. 1974
Miles
2
8
6
12
12
14
**<m*t*+
Thursday. October 31, 1974
c o r p o r a t i o n shall f l i t a n y c l a i m s
agamsf t h e c o r p o r a t i o n t h a t m a y
ex st w i t h D A V I D C E V A N S .
West V 32. G a y l o r d . M i c h i g a n ,
on o r b e f o r e December 31. 1974
As
used
herein.
the
farm
" c r e d i t o r " r. eans a person to
w h o m t h e corporation is in
d e b ' e d arvv »"v 8*fter
w h o has a c l a i m or r i g h t against
the c o r p o r a t i o n , <iquidated o r
u n l i q u i d a t e d , m a t u r e d or un
matured, direct or indirect,
absolute or contingent, secured
or u n s e c u r e d A c r e d i t o r w h o
does not f i l e a c l a i m as r e q u i r e d
hv true, novlrs- anvi all n i n w ;
c l a i m i n g t h r o u g h o r under h i m ,
are f o r e v e r b a r r e d f r o m suing on
the c l a i m o r of • : wise r e a l i z i n g
upon o r e n f o r c i n g it
NOTICE
N a m e Of
Commissioners
B M Simmons
R C Hutchms
F E Wagar
F Kucharek
R J Winter
J W St John
V.
-v*^^^^*
B a l a n c e June
exptmdifurag
30
revenue
I
"v -
'AGE TWENTY J}*'fcild | ! m « »
T h u r s d a y , October 31, 1974
U
Kiwanians collect shoes
The Gaylord Kiwanis Club
will collect children's boots
and shoes < in good condition)
for the underprivileged the
next few days.
GAYLORD MORTGAGE
& REALTY, CO.
weuiiitM v u n e
Anyone wishing to donate
shoes is asked to take them to
the Gaylord or St. Mary
schools.
High
LOW
w
n
ISO
58
33
32
91
37
2V
37
SO
October 23
October 24
October 25
October 26
October 27
October 28
October.9
A:I
6V
66
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• l U U U y U U I
Prtclp.
02 inches
00 inches
00 inches
.CC:;.v.nes
00 inches
00 inches
12 inches
NEW CUSTOM HOMES
UNBELIEVABLE
RIDICULOUS
ASTOUNDING
rijOTOM
I
I
• tt\\Aan
nr»r»nrtiinitv
nrirpd
at $66,000. 25 pe. cent down,
halancp on land contract.
WEST BRANCH
STURGEON RIVER
7.5 wooded acres with 728'
river frontage. Terms
arranged.
$12,500
SIX RENTAL
UNITS
with rustic three bedroom
home. On South Old 27.
I.ake privileges.
Terms arranged. $ 3 9 , 9 5 0
WEST OTSEGO
LAKE DRIVE
Large three bedroom
ranch type home. Attached
breezeway and extra-sized
garage. Two baths. Carpeting throughout. Natural
gas heat. Beautifully
wooded lot 150' x 300'.
Terms arranged $ 2 8 , 9 0 0
0
ARBUTUS BEACH
Rustic furnished year
around
home.
Lake
privileges.
Terms
arranged.
$15,000
10 ACRES
With a newer three
bedroom A-Frame. Full
Basement. located in a
beautifully wooded setting.
Terms arranged $ 3 4 , 0 0 0
GAYLORD WEST
Custom
built
three
bedroom home. Family
room, m bath, two car
garage All carpeting and
appliances Must be seen
Terms arranged $ 4 4 , 9 5 0
NORTH OF
VANDERBILT
Thumb Road 4 bedroom
home, detached garage.
14 wooded
acres. Terms
RESTAURANTarranged.
$19,950.
LEWISTON
I
Custom Building
Finest Fixtures
Well Decorated
Spacious Parking
Money Maker
Terms
•oaflflfl
ll
ETflflT
IAAIAH
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
I
Fireplace. Panelled den,
Sauna, Barn, Boathouse.
209 x 300 parcel. Terms
arranged.
$45,000
N W. OF GAYLORD
40 wooded acres with trout
pond New two bedroom
unfinished home. New four
inch well. Terms arranged
Terms arranged $ 3 4 , 5 0 0
$33,500
MOBILE HOMES
CHARLES BRINK ROAD
Mobile home with expando
and 20 x 20 family room
Storage building. Large
two car garage. On large
wooded lot. Price reduced
EXPERIENCED. PR0FESSI0NA1 SALESPEOPLE
DOUG LOTT, VERONICA DUXMAN,
CHUCK HUBBARTH
GAYLORD
MORTGAGE & REALTY, CO.
110 WEST MAIN
732-5119
BIG L A K E - 120 foot frontAOP.
sandy beach, easy land con
G A Y L O R D only 3 miles away,
J,800 foot .rontage, 11 plus
acres.
Perfect
for camp
I grounds, cluster housing or
I condominiums.
L A K E A R R O W H E A D : 57 feet,
hill top site. $6,000.
O T S E G O L A K E C A B I N : Just listed * i t h 2 nice lots ino' Lake
Frontage
2 bedroom home, living room, kitchen, I ' I car
garage and breezeway. $34,000 with excellent Land Contract
Terms.
Teen Angel
LB
BIG L A K E : 3 bedroom ranch,
Wt baths, c o m p l e t e l y f u r
nished Includes Boat motor
'sailboat • 2 snowmobiles and
sled Priced to sell.
We a r e now located i n the basement ot
The V F W H a l l , 403 West M a i n . Gaylord
P H O N E : 732-5130
BOYNE COUNTRY ESTATES
10 acre to 52 » r r » r,»rrm\%
between Gaylord and Boyne
Mt rolling mil side and flat
parcels, prices start $4,900.
SUntSS. . .
D O V E R T W P . 20 acres rolling
terrain with hardwood*. V* Of
Oil, Gas and Mineral r l j n t s on
40 acres. Priced at only $13,300.
large home, 10
cape cod style home, sewing
room, completely caroeted.
large kitchen. Living 28' x 15',
heated garage, 32' x 24'.
shor
FELSHAW ST. - Immediate
possession, 3 bedroom, 2 baths,
full
basements,
attached
g a r a g e . N a t u r a l gas h e a t ,
530,900.
T R A V E R S E l A K P . 171 inni
frontage, rolling terrain, api » « « u ivi serine sysiem, f u l l
price $8,000.
OTSEGf
LAKE: "•;.p 2
bedroor home, large 2 car
garage with workshop. 56 foot
frontage
ideal
location.
$27,900.
OTSEGO L A K E 3 bedroom
home witt 1-2 bedroom cabin
and 1 1 bedroom cabin, 76 foot
frontage Priced to sell
O
(A
septic tank Open area in front
io waich ine deer anii etk
graze. $3,300 down. $106 per
month
EAST OF GAYLORD 80 acres,
ideal for development in 10
acre parcels, snowmobile
haven Ha'dwo^d and Maple
Elk and Deer Country Town
ship is over 50 percent state
owned land
<TH « T D P C T s ^ s ' 4 Scekinc
A FULLTIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF
Call one of o u r professional associates Dale S m i t h Harold Ash - Bob Howe - Ebb W a r r e n - J i m Rakls Toby Hurst - Joe W a l k e r .
Gaylord
Indian River
700 W. Main O P E N F R I D A Y S T I L 8 P . M . Old 27ft M-68
732-2477
SUN DAYS9 :30 - 3:30
238-9326
A - F R A M E 2 bedroom fur
nished 200' black top road
frontage, 2 years old Land
contract te^ms at 8 percen*
• !
Beautiful 10 Acre Tracts.
Nicely Wooded. Low
Monthly investment.
'
L A K E ACCESS
secluded 3
bedroom ranch, extra large
kitchen, fireplace, 1248 square
feet hving area, priced to sell
at $22,900
i i i
(Specializing In Acreage)
W I L D E R N E S S V A L L E Y - 7 to
10 acre parcels Golf View lots
start at $6,500 with $1,500
$77 94 month.
bedroom ranch, low low taxes
and heating great for the
retired couple, $12,000
• •
Looking For A Great
Place To Live?
Look Ai
N0RTHW00D ESTATES
Starter & Retirement Homes
GAYLORD 7322477
TEE LAKE
near Lewiston.
Large lake front home, 2
fireplaces, 96 foot fror >ge,
$27,500 Land Cor.rract, T e r n s
HUNTERS
SNOW
M O B I L E R S At last tti»r» H
something for all. 10 acres - 10*
x w trailer, furnished com
McCOY - 10 acre oarrei* within
5 miles of Gaylord Black top
roads, ideal building sites
unit
McCOY ROAD- 5 bedroom
iSrrTi h C u « , 5,320 feei • oad
frontage, large barn. Land
Contract Terms.
Lake Lots & Lake Homes
L A K b » - X O N i A G E Several laketront tots, w to IUU teet. s/u
per front foot, nicely wooded, all m Otsego County.
Kathy's Clown
SMALL F A R M
i
flcreaoe
O F
Announcements
Announcements
,*||fft||£LJ|^ A
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
Large wooded site
mobile
home, 12' x 22' living and
recreation center, fireplace,
furnished, $3,990 moves you in
Located 7l? Miles Southwest of Gaylord,
Take M-32 to Hayes Tower Road. Turn
Left and Follow The Signs.
MOBI L E H O M E 2 B D enclosed
p o r c h , ideal s t a r t e r home
Beautiful lot.
Priced at
only $12,500 3,500 down. Land
Contract.
In Gaylord Our Agents Are
Ski & Shore Properties
732 2477
Dressel Realty 732 1707
Glasser Real Estate 732 4774
L A K E LOUISE A f r a m e . 6
rooms
g a r a g e w i t h loft.
Spectacular view of the lake.
N x e l y wooded lot $19,900
AAorris Richardson (Broker)
Our Project Office is Open
Every Saturday and Sunday.
During the Week We're at i l l
No 3rd Street in West Branch.
Phone (517) 3452828.
These symbols make it simple
for y o u to f i n d t h e a d o r a d s y o u a r e s e e k i n g
Announcements
M
Political
Ml
in
today's
Help Wanted
Domestic/Child Care
WANT ADS
classified w a n t ads
ItE
.Pin Wanted
»ales/Agenst
3JV
IT'S
COMING! Holiday TAKE NOTICE that a 1964 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: E. DAN STEVENS is EXPERT CHILDCARE in IMMEDIATE OPENING
House at the United Chevrolet 2 door Serial No. Seven Nights a Week! At the Northern
M i c h i g a n ' s an environment of planned with Grand Rapids Food
Methodist
C h u r c h , 41111F163136 will be sold to Chalet Inn. World famous rib qualified and experienced experiences for children Broker covering retail Food
November 2, from 9 a.m. to 6 the highest bidder at public buffet served 5 p.m. to 11 candidate
for
State ages 2V^-6 years. State Stores in Northern Michigan
p.m. Lovely nainiuiaik- auction. Auciion wiii be heiu p.m. Phone 732-9522 for Representative.
hcensed; approved hot luncn as Saies Merchandiser. This
things for Christmas. Come on November 3, 1974 at 6 reservations.
(10-17-tf-176) program; qualified teachers is a salaried position with
join us.
a.m. at Glen Higley's, Rt. 1,
(8-29-tf-101)
and staff; nominal rates by autt mobile and expenses
(10-10-4-101) V*nrt*»rhiH Thp ahovp is an
: i /-wottm-MC
the day or week. Open 7 a.m. furnished. Female apFree Offers
SHOP COOLEY'S AND abandoned vehicle.
to 5:30 p.m. weekdays. plicants will receive equal
(10-31-1-101)
BETTER GLD3E: Cross- Community
SAVE! Cooley's, Alpine
Childcare consideration for position.
TAKE NOTICE that a 1963 FREE TO A GOOD HOME: country skiers, let Summit Center. 732-4909.
Please send resume of
Plaza, Gaylord
1 year old female Doberman
19-19-tf-101) Ford pickup. Serial No. Pinscher. Family pet. Call Sports tune your equipment
(7-10-tf-213) education and past embefore the snow flies. Bumployment to: ConradyADVERTISING
STAND- F25CE380433 will be sold to 732-2951.
I WILL BABYSIT in my
Greeson and Associates, 4130
in base preparation on your
ARDS
— Advertising the highest bidder at public
(10-31-1-142) skis just $4. We're at 403 home for 1 or 2 small 44th Street S.E., Grand
published in the Otsegc auction. Auction will be held
children, daytime. (616) 525- Rapidr, MI 49508.
on November 3, 1974 at 6 TO GIVE AWAY: Loveable
South Otsego Ave. Open 5:30
County Herald Times or
8628, Vanderbilt.
cockapoo.
a.m. at Glen Higley's, Rt. 1, 10-month-old
to 10 p.m. weekdays, 9 to 6
Drummer is accepted on the
(10-31-1-270)
(10-31-1-213)
Vanderbilt. The above is an Good watchdog. Must have
Saturdays. Skoal!
premise that the merroom to run. Call 732-2112.
abandoned vehicle.
(10-24-tf-181) 220Female Help Wanted
chandise and services ofSituations Wanted
(10-31-1-142)
(10-31-1-101)
fered are properly described
THINKING OF BUR.Dand willingly sold to SELLING YOUR PROPHappy Notes
ING? No job too large or WANTED: Secretary - WANTED: House cleaning
customers at the advertised PERTY? We will guarantee
small. Homes, garages, receptionist. $150 per week by the day. Phone between 5
m ice nviVcr«J3cro crc aware
- y p . m . iS2rli)is.
SHOP
THE
BEN additions, you name it. Call to start. Call 732-5158.
of tiicse conditions. Ad- within 6 months, in writing, *HANKLIN Family Center Bert Howe, licensed con(10-24-2-275)
(10-24-tf-220)
vertising that does not or we'll buy it ourselves. in the Grayling Mall... Super tractor, for free estimate.
NURSING CARE in your
Help Wanted
conform to these standards, Gerald Batterson, Broker buys can be yours.
home in Gaylord. Call day or
Miscellaneous
732-4182.
(8-29-tf-147)
or that is deceptive or 732-5158.
night: Kitty Todd, 732-3119.
(8-21-tf-181)
HELP
WANTED: Ix>cal
misleading,
is
never
(3-13-tf-101) j 163
; 10-31-1-275)
RESIDENTIAL WIRING: firm needs full and parttime
Lost a n d Found
knowingly accepted. If any TO ELMIRA TOWNSHIP I
303
Electrical heat installation.
Antiques
sales people. A good perHerald Times or Drummer VOTERS: For Honest l/xal '
Also miscellaneous elec- sonality and neatness are a
reader encounters non- Government Please Vote LOST: Girl's I.D bracelet,
trical repairs. Reasonable.
CHAIR CANE, .BULK
must. Phone 732-3421.
compliance with these For: Charlotte Buell. engraved Cathy. Please call
Call Wolverine 525-8430 after
CANE, WOVEN CANE,
(10-10-tf-230)
standards, we ask that you Treasurer; Viva Kelso, 732-9068.
n
r
i i0-3i-u-i63) 5 .m.
P A T R O L M E N A P - instruction books. F e** nrir*
inform the Advertising Clerk; Charles Furney,
(10-17-3-181) PLICATIONS for Gaylord list. Chair Cane Shop, P.O.
Department
of
these Trustee:
Rick Olund, f l T T
n u i u — /vii CACCUCHV W»TCC
City Police IA:U«II uueiii d i e
newspapers. 732-5144.
Constable; Darius Buell,
IL5!J piece variety band, o°°d being received at the City(10-24-303)
(4-l-tf-101! Commissioner. Thank you
WANT
TO
SELL
YOUR
music
for
any
occasion.
For
County
Building,
225
West
(10-31-1-101)
THE OTSEGO COUNTY
LAND CONTRACT? We more information ca'J 120- Main, Gaylord. Certification
Clothing
PARKS & RECREATION TAKE NOTICE that a 1967 buy, pay cash for seller's
616-525-8628,
Vanderbilt.
not
required.
Academy
COMMISSION is sponsoring Ford pickup Serial No. interest. For prompt, fast
(10-17-tf-181) training provided.
FAR OUT OUTERWEAR:
a Halloween Party, October F10YLB13600 will be sold to service, call Ford S.
Rugged outerwear for the
CUSTOM
SNOWPLOWING:
(10-24-2-230)
the
highest
bidder
at
public
31 from 6•. 30 - 8:30 p.m. at the
UNoble, 1516 E. Michigan
people. Sweaters, parkas,
Otsego County Community auction. Auction will be held Ave , Lansing. Phone (517) Call 732-4447 after 5 p.m. WANTED: LIVE-IN to care
mountain hats. Try us.
toi
v?mi-invalid.
Call
after
6
Vince
LaRosa,
Jr.
on
Nov.
3,
1974
at
6
a
m.
at
Center, 315 S. Center St. for
482-1637. Evenings (517) 337(10-31-3-181) p.m. 732-9385. (10-31-1-230) Summit Sports, 403 S. Otyoungsters 14 years and Glen Higley's, Rt 1, Van- 1276.
BECAUSE
YOU'RE sego, Gaylord. Open until 10
derbilt.
The
above
is
an
under There will be games,
(10-24-tf-173) SNOWPLOWING. Call after
abandoned
vehicle
READING THIS AD: you p.m. every weekday.
prizes, refreshments and a
I/)SE WEIGHT safe, fast, 5 pjn. 732-4982.
(10-24-tf-316)
know
the value of Herald
costume paiade Come and
(10-31-3-181)
(10-31-1-101) easy with Diadex plan.
and Drummer
shake hands with the WANTED: DEALER in Reduce fluids with Fluidex. NEW & USED RESTAUR- Times
F a r m Equipment
"Master Ghost" Halloween Gaylord area to handle Top Alpine Village Pharmacy, ANT & BAR EQUIPMENT, classifieds. Call 732-5144
fcj
today
to
place
your
ad.
night at the Community Qualite
Hnrer
and
D-.-.r
to^A
xuuutj n u r s e cu.M u v u ICTU. Gaylord.
furnishings and supplies.
WANTED: High school TRACTOR: Ford 8N, dual
Center.
Buy direct from distributor,
(10-24-4-173) Design and layout service.
student,
male or female, 10th wheels, $800. Call 983-4211.
(10-24-Z-101) protected dealer area Write
Financial planning. Nursing
SC A T T E R G O O P S :
(10-31-2-320)
or
11th
grade,
to work part
THE proven carpet cleaner Falstaff Feeds, c-o Western
PETOSKEY, ML FULL homes, churches, drive-ins.
time evenings. Apply Villa 3 3 0
Blue lAistre is easy on the Woods Shop, 119 Water
LINES OF AMERICAN Call collect (616) 946-776G.
Food
Pizza.
budget. Restores forgotten Street, Boyne City 49712 or
(10-31-1-181)
TOURISTER, SAMSONITE,
colors
Rent
electric phone 582-7600.
(10-31-2-230)
STARFLITE, AMELIA
w
snampooer t\. Alpine Pro
SAVE MORE AT GLEN'SHetp Wanted
(10-31-3-101) F . A R H A R T ,
23«
AND
Hardware, Gaylord.
Club»/Re»f»oranti
Jcbs Wanted
your Spartan store in the
THIS IS TO NOTIFY all ATLANTIC LUGGAGE.
*
(10-31-1-101) property owners of the R E P A I R
Alpine Plaza, West Main
SERVICE,
NOTICE: Tnis is to notify all adjacent properties to Faye LAYAWAYS. PHONE (fit) SHORT ORDER COOK: DO YOU NEED TEM- Street, Gaylord.
Male or female. 5 day work PORARY OFFICE HELP?
(8-29-tf-330)
property owners in Otsego Woodruff, located in Section 347-2152.
Experienced
and
highly
week.
Apply
in
person.
Town
Ijke Village that Mr. 10 of Chester Township
3
3
7
(10-17-1M73)
F.Tl
Jackson Riling will be ap- (T30N-R2W) that Mr. I WILL NOT be responsible Crest Restaurant, Gaylord. qualified. Days or evenings,
weekends.
732-3119.
(10-24-3-210)
pearing N»fore the Otsego Woodruff or an associate will for any debts incurred by
00-31^239) SEASONED FIREPLACE
County Planning Com- be appearing before the anyone other then myself as
1 5
He»pW»nt«d
WOOD
FOR SALE:
mission on November 18, Otsego County Planning of October 7,1974. Martin A. *
Domestic/Child C a r t
Delivered. Call 983-4290.
1974 at 7 p.m. to request Commission on Nov. 18,1974 Jurek.
(10-31-2-337)
permission to place a mobile at 7 p.m. to place a mobile
(10-173-173)
home on lots 1 and 2 of entire home on said property. Said REDUCE SAFE AND FAST WILL DO DAYTIME
FOR SALE: Firewood, $10a
Work No 9 of Ot?ego Ijike mobile home to be placed on with Gobese tablets and E- BABYSITTING in my home
cord. Eta. Call 983-4161.
fronted by Court Street and the southernmost 10.1 acres Vap "water pills." Glaater'i for working mothers. Call
(10-31-2-337)
icuth of Beech Street.
732-4182.
on fronts on M-32
Drug.
(
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on
P. 21)
(10-31 -3-213)
(10-31-1-1011
(HW1-1-101)
(10-31-4-173)
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Miscellaneous
for Sale
Houses for Sale
Pets a n d Supplies
[J
FOR
SALE: Portable
FOR SALE: 100,000 BTU alternator, built-in battery
counterfiow gas forced air charger, could be used in
furnace with forced draft, motor home. Tow mirrors,
also ductwork, $100. Call 732- power saw, miscellaneous
9095.
tools, hunting coat and
(10-17-tf-344) pants, clothing, camera,
FOR SALE: 270 gallon oil dishes, rugs, heat lamp,
tank, 60,000 BTU's oil-fired records, furniture, stack
wall fornace complete with rack, m i s c e l l a n e o u s .
thermometer, 20 ft. of 7" WANTED: Aluminum boat.
round furnace pipe. Call Call 732-1255.
weekdays after 5 p.m. 732(10-31-1-359)
5048.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing
(10-24-2-344) table 5' x ZW (8' x IW extended) with two machine
345
head spaces and electrical
Horses Riding Stables
connections. Call 732-4989.
HAYR1DES: Hayride
(10-31-1-359)
season is here. Bring your FOR
SALE: Furnace,
group and enjoy the finest ducting and chimney. Exfacilities at the South Bran- h cellent for cabin or cottage.
Ranch. Complete year round •mJUfVR or 732.1632
entertainment. Horses for
(9-ll-tf-359)
sale or rent. Riding lessons FOR SALE: 3 pair of wood
available soon. For more window shutters, some hard
information phone (517) 275- red brick. One flush birch
door, 2' x 6'8". 3 small
5514.
(10-24-2-345) windows. Call 732-5035.
(10-31-1-359)
347
Household Goods
WHITE STORKLINE baby
bed and mattress. Five 8'
FOR
SALE: 3 piece and two 4' fluorescent strip
bedroom suite. Call 732-9283. ceiling fixtures. Call (517)
(10-24-2-347) 732-1579.
FOR SALE: Rollaway bed.
(10-31-1-359)
*4 size. Call 732-4069.
(10-31-1-3471
FOR SALE:
FOR SALE: 19" color TV,
$175. Sony FM stereo, FMAM receiver, 8 track player,
Garrad turntable complete
with earphones, value $300 will sell for $150 or best offer.
Ak>o one 4-speed record
player,$25. Contact: Charles
Wingo, Whitmarsh Road,
Vanderbilt, MI after 3:30
p.m.
(10-31-1-381)
|~3B7
{&
lisi
Livestock reeos
If
FALSTAFF FEEDS: For
horses 12 percent, 14 percent
and 17 percent colt feed. Also
for sloppy eaters we carry 14
percent "Range Cubes."
Before you start your horses
on a feed for the winter,
check our total feed.
Western Woods Shop, Boyne
aty. 582-7600.
(1051-3-352)
33*
M*cetone:xis
for Sale
FOR
SALE: Portable
SMITH-CORONA
typewriter. Script type. Case
included. Excellent condition. ALSO almost new
Deluxe WEST BEND 2q>eed home humidifier, $60.
Cell 732-4739.
(HWl-tf-3»)
_ —
for y o u t o f i n d t h e a d or a d s y o u a r e s e e k i n g
ATTENTION
LADIES: TROPICAL FISH: The Fish
Beautiful
knit
fabric. Bowl located in Sorenson's
GARAGE SALE: At Arbutus Beach Highlands. 1st Wholesale prices. At the San- Sporting Goods, Grayling.
street to right, Morningside, Sheri Restaurant, Route 1, All supplies for your tank.
B i u w s t i s welcome. 348-3511.
first garage on left! Lamps, Frederic. 348-6692.
(HW-tf-359)
(10-31-1-368)
dashes, knicknacks, clothes,
SALE:
Hunting
antique sec. and cupDoard, CARPET INSTALLS? hSS F O R
several
roll
ends
of
new
puppies.
Mother
black
and
misc. items. SATURDAY
carpet for sale at nice tan beagle. Call 732-1580.
ONLY, Nov. 2, 9 to 6.
(10-31-2-368)
(10-31-1-340) savings. Runners to room
size. Fred — 732-9068.
3S1
344
TV/Radio/Recording
Heating and
(8-21-tf-359)
Air Conditioning
.
•
•
Gesieiner
silkaCtccng
mimeograph, Model 466,
Gestisax Model 456 electronic stencil imager, four
complete color changers
and several tubes of ink.
Five quires of vinyltionic
stencil. Will sell as
packages or split up.
Machines are in excellent
condition. Reason for
selling is going to offset
press. Can be seen at:
205 Ingham
Grayling, Michigan
348-7014
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Multiline insurance agency. Reply
to L. Kuck, 116 N. Ohio,
Sidney, Ohio 45365.
(lO-lO-tf-387)
WANTED: Fuel oil tanks. C.
Fick,
Standard
Oil,
T.rayling 34)1-3691
(10-10-4-387)
Business Property
WILLIAMS REAL ESTATE
SOLD MINE.
(10-31-tf-401)
Houses for Saie
«
Hunting This
Season?
Set your sights on this 5
acres with a nearly new 3
bedroom ranch. Loads of
extras for just $29,500.
Keith Dressel
Realty
Old 27 South
today's
Houses foi Sale
FOR SALE OR RENT:
One bedroom house. Call 7324825 after six.
(10-10-tf-415)
class.tied w a n t a d s
*
FOR SALE: Year round
chalet, 1,960 sq. ft. living
area, 3 bedrooms, 2 4 baths,
family room, kitchen, livinguiiiin^ room, utility, 2 ear
garage, 2 stone fireplaces,
fluSable
Small cabin on wooded I natural gas, furnaci, aii
parcel with 130 feet fron-l conditioned, range and dishtage on the famous washer. Carpeted, large
AuSable River, Sport- wooded lot in Oak Manor, 4
sman's Delight, for $10,500 miles south of Gaylord off
US 27. Shown by apwith good terms.
pointment. Lloyd A. Wolf.
Keith Dressel
732-4963.
(10-24-tf-415)
Realty
FOR SALE: 4-room house
Old 27 South
on ten acres wooded land,
732-1707
Lake 15 Road, near Atlanta.
Reasonable. To settle estate.
BY OWNER: 4 bedrooms, Contact Mr. Nordstrom, 786near Hidden Valley, 2 car 2224 or write Box 41,
garage, carpeted, 2 levels, Lewiston, MI 49756.
will consider land contract
(10-31-4-415
with good terms. 732-5486 or
(313) 464-9221.
EAST OF
(10-24-2-415)
GAYLORD
FOR REAL ESTATE IN
'74, the one to see is Ski &
Real Value
Sharp 3 bedroom ranch.
Shore.
(8-29-tf-415)
Located in nice area,
FOR
SALE: Absolutely carpeted, extra u t i l i t y
immaculate 3 bedroom r o o m on f i r s t f l o o r ,
ranch. Full basement, basement, oil F.A. heat,
garage, l miic west cf
downtown Gaylord, only two g a r a g e .
Gaylord
years old. I have taken this
s c h o o l s . $22,600 l a n d
house in trade and will sell it c o n t r a c t t e r m s , Vh
for exactly what I have in it percent interest.
— $29,900. Jerald Batterson,
KOSKE REALTY
Builder. 732-5158.
Sparr Rd. G a y l o r d
(10-31-tf-415)
(517)732-1012
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom
home. 7% percent interest. WILLIAMS REAL ESTATE
Immediate occupancy. SOLD MINE.
Phone 732-5282. Call after 6
(10-31-tf-415)
p.m.
EXCELLENT VACATION
(8-29-tf-415) HOME ON little Bear. Good
FOR SALE: Home located location on west side of lake,
214 E. Third Street. Estate good roads, well-built.
liquidation. Features 4 $14,900, with $2,900 down and
bedrooms upstairs, down- $129 per month at 8 percent.
stairs with den, living room, Jo raid batterson, Broker,
separate dining room, 732-5158.
(8-21-tf-415)
country style kitchen, new
bath. Carpeted throughout, GAYLORD MORTGAGE
hot water heat, gas fired. AND REALTY
CO. —
Basement and storage Complete real estate. Buy,
garage. Offered by owner. sell, trade, finance. Custom
Please call Lucille Frit* 732- builders. Mobile home park.
732-5119. 129 East Main.
5708.
(8-29-tf-415)
(10-31-1-415)
CHALET: 3 bedrooms, full
basement, 9 ft. fireplace,
living room, dining room,
large kitchen, family room,
game room, study room, m
baths, 2 4 car garage. BY
OWNER. 73M158.
(2-21-tf-415)
f3*«
FOR
SALE:
Nearlv
Pets a n d Supplies
finished. Spacious 3 bedroom
ARC
R E G I S T E R E D home with basement, 2 car
SPRINGER SPANIEL. garage, large lot. 2 4 miles
Gaylord.
Very
Good with children. Best from
reasonable.
732-5288.
offer. Call 732-1142.
(lt-17-tMK)
(10-31-1*1)
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$35,000.
j H A Z E L ST — Excellent condition, 6 year old 3 bedroom
ranch, V/t baths. Large family
kitc.en, complete w i t h all
I appliances, central vacume
system, patio, Vh car attached
I garage.
CHARLES BRINK ROAD: 3
MaiifMMtfa 1*1 u m i i ) , iui t a r
garage, air condition, approx. 3
acres. $27,500.
wiii be heiu ui Uieu nonor ai
the AuSable Lodge Nov. 3
from 3 p.m. to 8 p n.
M! 74 740
MAGNIFICENT
LAKE SETTING.
F.XOl !S!TE
CUSTOM HOME.
B;~
BEDROOM
"HE S I G N
Mr. and Mrs. John Pete"
Sehl will celebrate their 50th
Golden Wedding anniversary
Sunday, Nov. 3. An open house
REALTOR
SOUTH 27 COMMERCIAL
90' x 350' lot with large four
bedroom two story home
Full basement. Natural gas
heat Plus large workshop
and two bedroom rental
appartment.
$45,000
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tached garage, plus wood shop
behind home, 5 acres, areat
garden
area.
Quality
North Center Street. 170-
B E A U T I F U L B I - L E V E L C O T T A G E In Kalkaska County on
Bear Lake Excellent sand beach, 100' frontage deep lot.
Fireplace on each level, land contract terms.
Don't miss it!
small barn. Plus 12' x 60'
mobile home. Four 4 miles
from
town.
Terms
arranged.
$17,500
IN VANDERBILT
A new three bedroom I
chalet for immediate occupancy. Carpeting Extra
lot
optional.
Terms
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SPOTLESS
STURGEON RIVER FRONTAGE
617' Of west branch of
Sturgeon River, plus 40 acres, with Vj mineral rights 4 fur
mshed cottages, 20' x 80' workshop. Frontage borders on Old
US 27. Excellent buy, can be purchased on land contract.
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Book of Love
Nine f<?nr>fV^-'n ar-roc with
LAKE 27
Two bedroom 14 story
with walk-out basement.
Fireplace. Stove and
refrigerator. Terms on
land contract
$25,000
BIG LAKE
Beautiful two bedroom
ranch home with fireplace.
Glass enclosed sun porch.
Workshed. Detached two
car garage. On beautiful
landscaped 100' lake front
lot. Must be seen $ 3 7 , 5 0 0
LARGE 3 BEDROOM RANCH
/ car anacnea uaroge. large
family kitchen, full basement,
1 acre, 7 additional acres may
be purchased.
R E A L N I C E 4 B E D R O O M H O M E on East M a i n Street,
Gaylord. Walking distance to downtown. Nicely landscaped.
Has to be seen to be appreciated.
Duke of Ear!
MANUKA LAKE
FRONTAGE
Sharp three bedroom ranch
type with attached garage.
Beautifully wooded lot. 100"
lake frontage. Terms
arranged.
$34,000
TWO STORY
Four bedroom home on
corner lot. With attached
14 car garage. Enclosed
porch. This older home is in
A-l condition. Must be
seen. Terms arranged.
HORSE LOVERS
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In find Around Home Towns
)0 A C R E TRACTS south of Kalkaska. $5,000 and up.
1600 barlow Street traverse City
10.1 A C R E PARCELS. Seven miles east. M-32. Only two le
Let The $ha-Ha-Ua Take You Bsek To The Rock 'H Roll Of The
T R A I L E R H O M E Two car parage. On six acres. 7 miles from
Gaylord
SO's With Oldies But Goodies Such As
FOR LEASE
Heated warehouse with
6,000 square feet on South
Old 27.
N.E. OF GAYLORD
20 wooded acres with two
trout ponds Two storyolder three bedroom farmhouse. Furnished. Plus
» ACRES
With a 32' mobile home
Ideal for hunting. Terms
arranged.
SPARR AREA
Two bedroom mobile home
»*ith garage. On approximately two acres.
Terms arranged. $ 1 2 , 9 5 0
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arranged.
If you are thinking of selling or buying In Real Estate, you thould consult with us before deciding.
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Glen
Higley of Vanderbilt have
announced the engagement of
their daughter Geraldine to
Filbert Boyd Dickinson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fiiberi
Dickinson of Wolverine. An
April wedding is planned.
OPEN 7 DAYS P WEEK
H O U S E S ! HOUSES) H O U S E S ! We have severol available.
C O M M E R C I A L P R O P E R T Y on
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J^crdld [ i m e s
Engagement
The headquarters will be
open from 8 p.m. on Tuesday,
Nov. 5. The public is invited to
stop in to listen to the returns.
ftCfi&Awi
in Gay.w.6 k l M O ! DJttrJc* »« 1 »crc Darcels f r o m
$5,000 and up.
At
MORTGAAFC
ARBUTUS BEACH
Three bedroom year
around
home.
Lake
privileges.
Terms
arranged.
$23,500
BIG LAKE
15 wooded acres with lake
frontage. Terms arranged.
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80 ACRES near Vienna Corner. $30,000. On maintained road.
Lightly wooded. Land Contract. All surveyed Into 10 acre
tracts.
November 1 - 8 p.m.
Three or four bedroom homes on large lots. Brick front, full
basements carpeting, attached two car garage, from $1,600
down plus closing costs.
RESTAURANT
VANDERBILT
On E. Main St. Building
with living quarters upstairs, like new fixtures,
completely remodeled. A
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Phone: 732-5130
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110 W. Main Gaylord 732-5119
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State Sen. Robert Davis and
Circuit Judge Daniel Walsh
will establish an election
returns headquarters at 118 E.
Main St. on election night for
the purpose of gathering
Full Real Estate Service
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s e r v e ii i u y u u . ui m y I I b a c k
years with a house - like
this one! 3 Bedroom near
town, large kitchen with
sliding glass doors leading
to deck, full basement, a
home your wife would
really enjoy. $25,700.
mmediately and I ll replace it
at no charge
I Guarantee It!
Keith Dressel
McDonalds
Realty
W. Main
Gaylord
Old 27 South
732-1707
FOR SALE: An exceptional
modern home with six
rooms: three bedrooms, one
bath and basement. Located
in excellent neighborhood
only two blocks from Middle
School. Priced under $20,000.
Call Hutchins Real Estate,
307 W. Main, Gaylord. 7324375.
(10-24-2^15)
FOR
SALE: Nearly
finished. Spacious three
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basement, 2 car garage,
large lot. 2 4 miles from
Gaylord. Very reasonable.
732-5288.
(10-17-tHl5)
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The Family
We'll provide everything
else in this 4 bedroom
home. 2 ample lots, 2 car
garage, 2 large fireplaces.
See for yourself, call now!
Just $35,500.
Keith Dressel
Realty
Old 27 South
732-17Q7
FOR SALE: New home chalet-styled 3 bedroom
house at Guthrie Lakes on
large lot. Fully carpeted, 2
full baths, fireplace, stove &
refrigerator,
garbage
disposal unit. Panelled
throughout. Decorated in
rough sa«m cedar. Just
acr<"ds me street f-om the
Clubhouse which has a large
swimming pool and other
facilities. Electric forced sir
heat. Immediate occupancy.
$39,900. Contact Lloyd Won,
732-4963.
(8-21-tf-415)
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OTSEGO COUNTY, MICHIGAN
TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE NO. 10-74-1
An Ordinance to designate an pnforcing agency to
discharge the responsibilities of the Township of
OTSEGO LAKE under the provisions of the State
Construction Code Act.
The Township of OTSEGO LAKE ordains.
Sec. 1 Agency Designated. Pursuant to the
provisions of Sec. 9, of Act 230 of the Public Acts of 1972,
the Building Official of the COUNTY OF OTSEGO is
hereby designated as the enforcing agency to
discharge the responsibilities of the Township of
OTSEGO LAKE under Act 230 of the Public Acts of
1972, State of Michigan. The County of Otsego hereby
assumes responsibility for the administration and
enforcement of said Act throughout the corporate
limits of the Township of Otsego Lake.
Sec. 2 All Ordinances inconsistent with the
provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Sec 3 This Ordinance shall be effective after iegai
publication and in accordance with p»-5vtsion of the Act
Governing same.
Adopted this ICSs day of October, 1974.
Signed: Alton McNett, Supervisor
Cecelia Schotte.Oerk
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2 charged with car 'surgery' outside hospital
Thursday. October 31, 1974
Apprehended were Steven
Wart of Hastings and David
Mohr, 23, of Phoenix, Ariz.
Agisted by a tracking dog,
police entered a field where
TVo women exiting the
hospital discovered the men
under their car? using a screw
driver in an attempt to punch
holes in the gas tanks of the
cars to drain the gas into cans.
Michigan State Police apprehended two m e n for the
alleged damage of vehicles
parked
at
the
Otsego
Memorial Hospital Thursday,
Oct. 24.
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them laying under pine trees.
ALPINE
Thursday, October31,1974
$ioo.
The suspects were turned
over to City Police in the
Otsego County jail for
malicious ucsuuctics over
Also arrested at the scene
was Kathy Adams, 19, who
woe
From The Bear's Den...
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C O M M E R C I A L B U I L D I N G A N D CORNER LOT IN T O W N : 132 feet on O l d 27 South
location a n d good t e r m i
Learn to dance. Step to the
NON YELLOWING,
FLEX 0 GLAZE m e e t s a|! r i g i d
safety s t a n d a r d s r e q u i r e d by
law Look f o r W a . p ' s Safety
A p p r o v a l M a r k o n every sheet
. . . i t s there for your p r o t e c t i o n
The ORIGINAL Safety Approved
WARPS FLEXO GLA2E
At Hardware
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WARP BROS.
M A N U K A L A K E : Doctors L a k e f r o n t 2 bedroom cottage w i t h f i r e p l a c e . F u l l y f u r n i s h e d , small
t a i l boat i n c l u d e d . I m p r o v e d 100 foot beach, p r i v a t e d r i v e Excellent f i s h i n g a n d good
Swimmino
827.95S w ! t * i
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GUARANTEED SHATTER PROOF
SAFETY — At Glass Prices
Flex 0 Gla?e has n o s h a r p c u t t i n g edges Is easy to i n s t a l l .
Can be c u t or scored t o a n y
size o r shape t o f i t w o o d o r
metal f r a m e s C o m e s i n s t a n d
ard p r e c u t sizes Do it your
self or have your d e a l e r i n s t a l l
it for y o u
. Lumber
. . . and Buiiding
C h i C a g O
6 0 6 5 1
Supply
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Stores
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real estate iiicSjEnMS
Pioneers in Plastics For Over 50Years
301 W. Main
Downtown
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for y ou to find the a d or ads you are seeking
(Cont'd f r o m P. 21)
CITY MINUTES
Houses f o i Sale
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Houses t o t Sole
October 21 1974
The regular meeting of the G a y l o r d City Council, was opened
• " " • prayer by Manager Oo^ Marmrm » t » n o p m
M e m b e r s Present T h o i l . G r o c o c k , C a m p b e l l a n d B r o w n
M e m b e r s Absent W i l k i n s o n . M a n k o w s k i and Nelson.
Moved by B r c w n supported by Thoil, that the r e a d i n g of t h e
previous m i l i u m 'um u i > v « i n c a ana accepted as published.
Ayes Unanimous M o t i o n car ried
Moved by B r o w n supported by Grocock, that the b i l l s
totaling S63.092 1? be a l l o w e d (an itemized list of the bills m a y
be seen m the City C l e r k ' s office )
Ayes Unanimous M o t i o n c a r r i e d
Moved by Brown supported by Tholi that Ordinance No
1974 1 A N O R D I N A N C E TO ADOPT BY R E F E R E N C E T H E
BASIC B U I L D J N G C O O E (BOCA CODE) A N D TO P R O V I D E
THE C E R T A I N M O D I F I C A T I O N S T H E R E I N A N D ITS
A P P L I C A T I O N TO T H E CITY OF G A Y L O R D
T H E C I T Y OF G A Y L O R D O R D A I N S
Sec 1 Code Adopted Pursuant to the provisions of Section
8 c t the State Construction Code Act (Act 230 of 1972, Compiled
Laws 1948. Section 125 1501 et see I the Basic B u ' i d m g Code as
published by B u ' i d m g Officials a n d Code A d m i n i s t r a t o r s in
ternationai. inc , 1970 addition with a c c u m u l a t i v e supplement
dated 1973. is hereby adopted by reference subiect to t h e
modifications contained m this Ordinance
Sec 2 Re-Terences m Code References in the Basic
Budding Code to ' state ' and M . c h i g a n ' shall mean the State
of Michigan references *o ' m u n i c i p a l i t y ' and G a y l o r d "
shaii mean the City o< G a y l o r d M i c h i g a n references to the
murnc pai c h a r t e r
snaii mean the cnarter of the City of
Ga/'o<-3 M i c h i g a n and references to 'local o r d i n a n c e s " shall
mean 'he G a y l o r d City O'dinance Code
Sec 3 Changes n COOP The follow r.g chapters sections
and subsections of the Basic Building Code a r e hereby
amended or delated as set forth in additional chapters sec
tions and subsections a r e added as indicated The following
chapter and section n u m b e r s r&er to like n u m b e r s of c h a p t e r s
and sections of t h e Basic Building Code
Sec 204 amended to read
Sec 204 Board of Appeals The zoning board of appeals of the
City of G a y l o r d is hereby constituted the building code board of
appeals under this b u i l d i n g code
Sec 205 amended to read
S?C
205
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demolishing, o c c u p y i n g or m a i n t a i n i n g any building or
s t r u c t u r e in violation of this Bu'id-ng Code or causing, p e r
m i t t m g or s u f f e r i n g any s u ' h v o l a t i o n to oe c o m m i t t e d Shan
be punished by a fine of not more than $500 or be i m p r i s o n e d for
not more than 30 days or b y both such fine and i m p r i s o n m e n t
- e'ee'ed used. —oved. demoi shed
occupied or m a i n t a i n e d m violation of this Chapter is hereby
d e i d a r e d to be a nuisance per sec Upon application to any
court of competent jurisdiction the court m a y o r d e r t h e
nuisance abated and o r the violation, or threatened v i o l a t i o n ,
restra.nee a n d enioined
Sec 4 A i ' o t h e r ordinances inconsistent w i t h the provisions
of the B u i i d m g Code n e r e m aaopteo art, to tne extern ot s^cn
inconsistency, hereby repealed
Sec 5 This o r d i n a n c e w i l l be effective after publication m
accordance w i t h the C h a r t e r and ordinances of the City
Ayes U n a n i m o u s O r d i n a n c e declared adopted with e f f e c t i v e
date to be 10 d a y s after publication m accordance w i t h the
Charter
Moved by Grocock supported by B r o w n . B E IT R E S O L V E D
THAT the Y i e ' d signs be r e m o v e d and Stop signs be installed at
the f o l l o w i n g street locations On Fourf St at M a p l e Avenue
On T h i r d St at M a p l e . E l m , and Court Avenues On F i r s t St
at MacMe A v e n u e . On H u r o n Street at M a p l e . Hazel a n d Oak
Avenues On M ' f r n e i i Street a t Hazel a n d Ohio Avenues. On
Sheldon Street at E l m , Court. I l l i n o i s . Wisconsin a n d Ohio
Avenues On r e i s h a n * a i r e e i at t i m A v e n u e , o n Jensen Street
at Court a n d Otsego Avenues. On Stewart Street at Otsego
Avenue On N o r t h s t r e e t at Court Avenue On Carpenter
Street a t Ohio A v e n u e . On Oak Avenue at M i t c h e l l Street. On
Hazel Avenue at T h i r d Street On E l m Avenue at Sixth Street.
On indiana A v e n u e a t F o u r t h Street. On Illinois Avenue at
Second a n d P*to»key Streets, On Wisconsin Avenue at
Petoskev Street
Ayes. Unanimous Motion carried
M o v e d by B r o w n supported by Grocock. that M a y o r C a m p
ball be a u t n o r i z e d t o e x e c u t e the Chemical Storage Contract as
approved by rha C i t y of G a y l o r d and the M i c h i g a n S t a t * Hign
way Department
AYES Unanimous Motion carried
M o v e d by B r o w n s u p p o r t a d by Tnoft. W H E R E A S t h e
Michigan E m p l o y m e n t Act effective January I, W 5 , provides
m a t M u n i c i p a l i t i e s m u s t a R e i m b u r s e the C o m m i s s i o n for
benefits b P a y c o n t r i b u t i o n s on t h e t a x a b l e wages of e m
ptoyees or c. E s t a b l i s h a n equivalent u n e m p l o y m e n t c o m
pensation s y s t e m , t h e r e f o r e be it R E S O L V E O that the C i t y of
G a y l o r d j o w i t h p l a n b. w h e r e b y the City p a y c o n t r i b u t i o n * on
t h e taxable w a g e s of employees
Ayes U n a n i m o u s M o t i o n e a r n e d
M o v e d by Thofi s u p p o r t e d by B r o w n t h a t Three street l i g h t s
be placed o n F t i e h a w Street between H a i e i a n d Hayes Road
and that a n a d d i t i o n a l l i g h t be placed .n t h e public a l l e y bet
ween Court a n d Center Avenuas a o p r o x . r r . a t c : , 75 teat east of
North Court A v e n u e
r* u n a n i m o u s Motto*" e a r n e d
M o v e d b y B r o w n s u p p o r t e d by G r o c o c k . that t h e m e e t i n g
adjuum
Ayes u n a n i m o u s M e e t i n g a d j o u r n e d a t • » p m
j a a n L T o m e s * . . Cierfc
Kenneth C a m p b e l l M a y o r
Beauty Isn't
Skin Deep
Very Well
Grounded
2
Bedroom
paruauy
remodeled home on over an
acre, outside village of
Vanderbilt. Only $14,500.
Keith Dressel
Realty
O l d 27 South
732-1707
FOR SALE: 2 homer in Oak
Manor Subdivision on large
wooded lots, now under
construction.
Includes
carpeting, gas heat, with air
conditioning, electric garage
doors plus heated garage, 2
stone fireplaces, plastered
and panelled throughout.
Can be finished to your
specifications.
Contact:
Lloyd Wolf, 732-4963.
<8-21-tf-415)
DO YOU WANT TO SELL
YOUR PLACE? Buy a new
one with more space? We'll
save you lime aiiu WOTK ar»u
dough. KEITH DRESSEL
REALTY, Old 27 South,
Gaylord. 732-1707.
(8-29-tM15)
Income and
Investment Property
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FOR SALE BY OWNER:
2 apartment rental house in
town. Call 732-1071. $18,900.
(10-10-4-417)
INVESTOR
Wanted
For one to two year first
nut i g a g c a
OTi luy quality
Inew individual vacationretirement houses in finest
Northern Michigan well
seasoned and thoroughtly
active development. Excellent
security-finest
credit risk. Above market
yields. Absolute minimum
risk. Amounts required in
multiples
of
$25,000
minimum.
Must
be
prepared to move quickly
after thorough credit investigation. Local savings
and loan will handle all
paper work and collect
principal interest monthly
for .
fee to be ptfd by
mediately
to
Lots and Acreage
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Box 3285
The man who built this
home w a s particuLir - You
can tell by its Iiandsome
exterior and large landscaped lots. He was particular about
interior
details too. Let us show
your this beauty. In
Vanderbilt $33,500.
Keith Dressel
Realty
O l d 27 South
732-1707
Lots and Acreage
10 ACRES
ON GOLF
COURSE.
Wilderness
Valley,
southwest
of
^
Qaylord_
ReaJ
1<and
contract. Jerald Batterson,
Broker. 732-5158.
Oll-tf-420)
WANTED: Acreage with
scenic buiiding site on or off
water. Any size parcel. Cill
732-5158. Jerald Batterson,
Builder.
Mobile Homesites
FOR SALE: Lots at Oak
Manor, Vz acre and larger,
wooded. Asphalt road to be
laid. N a t u r a l g a s . Underground power and Dhone.
Located 4 miles south of
Gaylord on Old 27. Contact
Lloyd Wolf. Phone 732-4963.
(8-21-tf-420)
TEN 1-ACRE TRACTS FOR
SALE: 4 miles from Pigeon
River State Forest on County
Road. Call 732-3054.
110-31-2420)
HUNTER'S
PARADISE:
Near Drummond Island.
Call
Hugh
Bradford,
P r e s t i g e P r o p e r t i e s , Inc.
732-5158.
(10-31-tf-420)
INVESTOR wants to buy
acreage, any amount. No
brokers
please.
Hugh
Bradford. Write Route 1 Box 399, Gaylord, MI.
(MWl-tf-420)
426
12 x 52 MOBILE
HOME
(8-l-tf-420)
10 ACRES WITH LAKE
FRONTAGE: 2 miles northwest of downtown Gaylord.
10 parcels to choose from
Super nice. Land contract
Jerald Batterpon, Broker.
732-5158.
(9-ll-tf-420)
LOTS FOR SALE in Maple
School subdivision. Utilities
are a v a i l a b l e , blacktop,
e l e c t r i c i . y , naturai g a s ,
cable TV, phone, city water
and city sewer. Call 732-4229
or 732-2125.
north of Vanderbilt with
excellent location. 7 percent
land contract. Jerald Batterson, Broker. 732-5158.
(10-10-tf-426)
(«-7-tf-420)
It
ACRES
ON ALBA
ROAD. Land contract at 8
percent. Jerald Batterson,
Broker. 732-5158.
(10-31-2-426)
or
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MOBILE HOME
SITfcS
L a r g e , lovely, restricted
p e r m a n e n t and second
m o b i l e homesites for
rent
in
Nottingham
Forest, a new ultram o d e r n mobile home
c o m m u n i t y . On M-32
only one m i l e west of
Gaylord.
IGAYLORD MORTGAGE
& REALTY. CO.
110 W. Main
732-5119
FOR SALE: Mobile home.
Good condition in and out. 37'
x 8\ Must sell. Call 732-4519.
(HW1-2-426)
12 x 5t MOBILE HOME on
60' x 120' lot. Completely
furnished. Front deck. Good
condition. Close to town.
Asking $7,500. 786-2021,
Lewiatcn.
42*
Mobile Homesites
OTSEGO MOBILE COURT.
ve
West Otsego U * « D r i
Phone 7SMI76 after t p m
(t-19-tf-429i
FOR RENT: Trailer space.
M-32,1 mile west of Gaylord.
Call Gaylord Mortgage fc
Realtv. 732-5111
tlO-104f-42t)
classified want ads
450
Suburban Property
FOR SALE: An exceptional
modern home with six
rooms: ihrte bedrooms, one
bath and basement. Located
in excellent neighborhood
only two blocks from Middle
Schoo'. p. iced under $20,000.
Call Hutchins Real Estate,
307 W. Main, Gaylord. 7324375.
(10-24-2-450)
GAYLORD PINE ACRES:
Residential Subdivision. M32 west of Gaylord. All lots
are wooded, lot sizes from 1
acre
up,
underground
utilities, Gaylord schools.
Prices from $4,950. 10 percent down on land contract.
Phone
732-4445.
Land
O'Pines Development Corp.,
downtown Gaylord.
(10-10-tf-450)
431
Out o t Town Property
527
Hobbies
WILLIAMS REAL ESTATE
SOLD MINE.
(10-3KM31)
Real E s t a t e W a n t e d
uuiupicte w'iui nidjui appliances plus washer and
dryer and dinette set.
(10-24-tf-420)
Located to Arbutus Beach
40
ACRES: Secluded,
mostly wooded for deer Highlands on a 90 x 135
hunting or subdividing in 10- wooded lot with natural gas.
occupancy.
acre parcels. 11 miles west Immediate
of Gaylord, near Lake of the Excellent condition. $8,950.
North, Antrim County. Cash. Call 732-1381.
(9-ll-tf-426)
$14,500. Stanley Motyl, 3774
Prairie, Berkley, MI 48072. MOBILE HOME ON TWO
Phone (313) 543-43603.
ACRES: Furnished. 3 miles
<9^-bM20)
2 TO 15 ACRE TRACTS,
nicely wooded Only 6 miles
^
^
FOR RENT
436
Mobile Homes
fil
in today's
A
WANT TO SELL YOUR
i »vn
r n N T R A r r ? We
buy. Pay cash. For prompt,
fast service, call Ford S.
LaNoble, 1516 East Michigan
Avenue, I-ansing, Michigan.
Phone
(517)
482-1637;
evenings, (517) 337-1276.
(7-5-tf-436)
BAR
WANTED:
Have
qualified buyer who prefers
this aren. If you wish to sell,
write or call collect: SID
HANCOCK. LaNoble Realty
Business Brokers, 1516 E.
Michigan, Lansing, MI 48912
(517) 482-1637. Home phone
(517) 655-3795.
WANTED: U.S. Stamps.
Will trad~ 'rom my collection. Call 7324427 after 6
p.m.
(5-23-tf-527)
f"*
bports Equipment
CROSS-COUNTRY SKIERS
LIVE LONGER: Find out
why at Summit Sports, 403 S.
Otsego, Gaylord. Open 5:30
p.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays, 9
to 6 p.m. Saturday. Skoal!
(10-24-tf-536)
BECAUSE
YOU'RE
READING THIS AD, you
know the value of Herald
Times
and
Drummer
classifieds. Call 732-5144
today to place your ad.
Ml
A p a r t m e n t s for Rent
(10-31-1-436)
*J
v
jmm 7W w . r b i u & M ! . « : AH new
g j ^ l 1 and 2 bedroom apartments.
BY"OWNERSecurity deposit, no children
FOR SALE
or
pets.
Two large lots at Michaywe'.
(10-24-2-601)
Ideally located across from
—
NO
clubhouse and close to golf / - A R T M E N T
children
or
pets.
Security
course and tennis courts.
required.
Call
Lots Numbers 27 and 28. deposit
Phone 732-5537 or 732-2014. Gaylord Mortgage 8c Realty.
(104-tf-439) 732-5119.
(6-6-tf-601)
LAKE PROPERTY FOR
SALE: Access to Traverse 1 it 2 BEDROOM luxury
L a k e , »n Traverse Lake apartments. No children or
Subdivision. 15 miles east of pets. Lease L security
required.
Call
Gaylord. For further in- deposit
formation call 120-313-729- Gaylord Mortgage, Inc., 7328526
5H»(6-27-tf-601)
Resort and
V a c a t i o n Property
(10-31-5-439)
Wi
people k n o w Want Ads
$•11 m e r c h a n d i s e l a s t 1
601
A p a r t m e n t s for Ren*
^
JJ
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n i in i
402 WEST MAIN
PVVfll
L I
P I N T W I N S ROVA/I i w f t
A & W Rootbeer
L a r r y ' s Bar
Hick's Concrete
Timberly Motel
Otsego Hosp No 1
Nancy's Silhouette
Meadows B v
Elkhorn Bar
General Telephone
Upper Lakes Tire
Loshaw's Plumbing
0 , sego Ho'.p Mr. •>
^SS)
FOR
RENT: 1 bedroom
duplex unit, completely
furnished, carpeted. Elec.
paid. W. Otsego Lake area.
No children or pets. Security
deposit and references. 7329068.
(8-15-tf-601>
FOR
RENT: Efficiency
cabins, sleeping rooms. By
day, week, or month. 7321362.
(9-19-tf-601)
LARGE
APARTMENT
FOR R E N T : Ejw.ltown
area. No pets. Call 732-2488.
(10-3-tf-601)
APARTMENT FOR RENT:
Downtown area. Couple
preferrable. 732-2488.
(10-24-tf-601)
Business
P r o p e r t y for Rent
FOR
RENT: Elegantly
furnished office - 2 room
suite, main street. Air
conditioned.
Gaylord
Mortgage and Realty, 110
West Main. Gaylord. 7325119.
(10-24-tf-606)
FOR RENT: 32" x 24" block
building in city of Gaylord.
Ask for Harold Ash, 732-2477.
(10-24-2-606)
OFFICES
FOR
RENT
Urge tr Small
200 to 2S00 Sq. Ft.
GAYLORD
MORTGAGE
4 REALTY, Co.
1t0 W. Main
_ _ 732-5119
AITt CONDITIONED: fully
carpeted, luxurious office
building.
Office
suites
available from 600 to 5,000
sq. ft. Will divide to suit
tenant. Directly across from
County Court House and
Municipal
parking
lot
Contact Gaylord Mortgage 4
Realty, Inc. 732-5119.
(6-27-tf-606)
IN GAYLORD: 1,200 foot
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX in shop space plus 12' x 15'
town. Stove, refrigerator, office. Abundant yard space.
carpet and drapes. $160 per call (517) 732-2255 or write:
month phis utilities. Security P.O Box 323, Gaylord. MI
deposit and references. No 49735.
(10-3I-+808)
pets. 732-9068.
(t-26-if-60r,
( C o n f d on P. 23)
Court "
John Letts has served as
prison counselor, parole officer and assistant county prosecutor. He has thirteen years
of experience as a judge of
Municipal and Circuit Courts.
We need that kind of experience on the Michigan Court
of Appeals.
L E T S ELECT
LETTS COMMITTEE
Mr. James Garrett - Broker
316 W. Main - Gaylord - 732-2011
FOR
RENT:
Approximately 650 sq. ft. of
office space or small
business space. Air conditioned, excellent parking
space. Available by January
1, 1975. Formerly known as
Gaylord Home Furnishings,
Inc. I l l W. Jensen. Call 7324511.
(10-31-tf-606)
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom
home with basement and
attached
garage.
New
carpeting
and
inlaid
throughout. 3 blocks from
school. Refrigerator and
stove included. Security
deposit required. Available
immediately. Call 983-4116.
(10-31-2^10)
FOR RENT: 12 x 60 mobile
home. Furnished. $195
monthly including utilities.
FUK K t N l
Couple or one person. Call
Office space ,or rent. 4 732-5437.
r o o m s , 750 s q . f t . ,
(10-31-tf-610)
ground floor on m a i n
FOR
RENT: 3 bedroom
street, f u l l y carpeted,
mobile, home, excellent
paneled w a l l s , electric ^ condition. Call 732-9876 after
heat. Call 732-5344 or
six.
732-1707.
(10-31-2-610)
FOR
RENT: House. No
Houses f o r Rent
fft children or pets. Security
deposit and references.
FOR
RENT: Furnished, Furnished, very close to
year around, clean two Sylvan Knob ski area. Call
bedroom cottage to reliable. 732-4927.
Utilities included. Security
(10-31-1-610)
deposit, references required. ATTENTION SKIERS! New
No pets. Phone 732-2244.
chalet for rent. 1 bedroom
' 10-24-2-610) and loft, at Lake of The
North. Call (313) 487-85%.
(10-17-4-610)
For Rent
FOR RENT: 12 x 60 mobile
Furnished cottages at
home. 2 bedrooms, furnished
Otsego Lake,
utilities
or unfurnished, 1 block from
furnished from $170.
Otsego
Lake
access,
available immediately. Call
Keith Dressel
(517) 983-4389 after six.
Realty
O l d 27 South
(10-31-2-610)
FOR RENT: One bedroom
T*>*» 1T4*\TF
/ J X - I / \S I
Security
deposit
and
references required. Please
call 732-1326 after 7 p.m.
(9-ll-tf-610)
FOR
RENT: Chalet on
Manistee River, Grayling. 2
bedrooms.
storage,
fireplace, lease, references.
$210. Call (517) 484-5635.
(9-26-tf-610)
FOR RENT: Furnished 2
bedroom cabin, $150, electric
paid. W. Otsego Lake area.
Security deposit, references,
no pets. 732-9068.
n0-24-tf-610)
FOR
RENT: Furnished
year round clean, small
cottage. Nice for one person.
732-9855.
Utilities included. Security
(10-31-4-610)
deposit and references. No
FOR
RENT: Small 2 pets. Phone 732-2244.
bedroom house. $185 per
(10-24-2-61U)
month plus security deposit. FOR RENT: 3 or 4 bedroom
Stove, refrigerator and home to responsible family.
utilities furnished. No dogs. Call 732-5486 or (313) 464Phone 983-4293.
9221.
(10-31-1-610)
(10-24-2-610)
FOR
RENT: Small 2 FOR RENT: Completely
bedroot.i house. Furnished, furnished small 1 bedroom
completely insulated, $160 house. Utilities included.
per month plus utilities and Must have secwity deposit
deposit 5^ miles east of
and references. Call after 6
Gaylord. 732-2213.
p.m 732-9855.
(10-31-1-610)
(10-25-4-610)
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom,
FOR
RENT:
1 and 2
furnished,
lakefront,
baseboard heat, carpeted, bedroom cabins. Completely
fireplace, *2"> plus utilities. furnished. Security deposit.
733-5*41.
No pets. 732-5044 after 5.
FOR RENT: Mobile home
on lakefront lot. Big Lake 6
miles east of Gaylord. Ideal
for couple. Year round. Call
732-4519.
(10-31-2-610)
FOR
RENT: 3 bedroom
chalet for rent until June.
Lake of the North. $200.
Furnished. Includes utilities.
(616) 347-5263.
(10-31-2-610)
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2
bedroom mobile home on
nice lot. All carpeted,
beautiful interior. Must have
security
deposit
and
references. Call after 8 p.m.
(1041-1-610)
~Jl»J
I707
H I G H I N D . SERIES
A Granger, 596 B Schreur 515;
H. Burns. B. M c C r e a d y , 506; M .
Schneider, 501; B. Goff, 500.
A u t o Repairs
Parts/Acressories
w
23
73
71
20
!9
;8'/» i 3 v ,
16 14
R & H Soort Center
Eagles No. l
Hay's Bros. W e l d i n g
Standard P r o d u c t s
M a d e R i t e Chips
Bielak Dist T o m ' s
N M l Speedway
B r a d s t r e e t R t Signs
HIGH I N D . GAMES
A
Granger.
224, 211, R
L E s p e r a n c e , 198, B Schreur, 189.
M Esscnmacher, B Goff. 186; M .
Everett, 183. M . Schneider, 181; J .
Franckowiak, 180. N Johnson,
178. B M c C r e a d y , 176
WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE
W
L
Bob's E x c a v a t i n g
26
6
Holiday Inn
24
i
Loshaw's Standard
23
9
Chalet Motor Lodge
21' J 1 0 ' ,
Pete Mc Vannel 8, Sons
19 13
Purchases Sai<*s
19 13
Woder's V a r i e t y
19 13
Frost Bites
17 15
Ski ft. Shore Properties
Inc
16Vj 15V7
Norgas
16 16
Alpine Truss
13 19
Gay Sego M o t e l
13 19
Leo's D e c o r a t i n g
13 19
Mr T i r e
10 22
Vanderbilt Lions Club
4 28
R ft. L Auto E l e c t r i c
2 30
H I G H T E A M SERIES
Chalet Motor
L o d g e . 2566.
Holiday i n n , 2458; Bob's fcx
c a v a t i n g , 2445.
HIGH T E A M GAME
Gay Sego M o t e l , 908. Holiday
inn. 899, Bob's E x c a v a t i n g , 875.
HIGH I N D . SEREIS
Bob Noirot, 572; Jack Rollnski,
564, Joe Z a m o y s k i , 554
HIGH I N D . GAME
Jack
Rolinski.
228, J o e
Z a m o y s k i . 225, Bob Noirot, 212
THURSDAY NIGHT
LADIES NO. 1
w
Duane's Body Shop
24 Vj
Nelson's F u n e r a l Home 21
Darcy's Bar
20
Loshaw's Standard
Service
19'
Leo's Decorating Center 18
Alpine Motel
18
Keith Dressel Realty
17
Gaylord L.vestock
16
Alpme Village P h a r m a c y 15
Otseqo M e m o r i a l
Hospital
Jerry's l o o l & Die
Gaylord Are? Credit
Bureau
Glen's M a r k e t
Malt Shoppe
Gaylord L u m b e r
Ski & Shore
L
7Vj
11
ia
12' j
14
14
15
119V» 130'/»
114 125
112
128
107
133
101
139
98
142
98
142
94
146
H I G H T E A M SERIES
G l e n ' s M a r k e t . 2725; T o w n
Crest, 2519. N o r t h l a n d Photo, 24*9.
HIGH T E A M GAME
R I M « ' « M a r k e t . 960. Town Crest,
9V2 2 2 ' j
8 24
U a M D i t e T h i r x HAT.
H I G H I N D . SERIES
J i m Busch, 637, R Jenkins, 602;
K H a s k e , 578
H I G H T E A M SERIES
Maus haus, 2344, Spartan Sewer
Ssptic T a n k , 2326. V a n d e r b i l t
M o t e l , 2318
HIGH IND. GAME
J. Busch, 238, K. Haske, 232, E.
Ashley, 232.
HIGH T E A M GAME
Maus haus, 836. Nelson Cons t r u c t i o n , 8 ' 0 . Spartan Sewer ft.
Septic T a n k , 807
Uncontrollables
Lane Brains
Ten Pins
High R o l l e r s
Devil Racers
Lucky S t r i k e r s
Jolly Four
Bombers
Jokers
Pink Squirrels
Ding A L i n g s
Alley Cats
H I G H I N D SERIES
B C o l l i n * 4S7 ( i. K r z y a i k . 456.
D C o u r t r i g h t , 448
HIGH IND. GAME
M Hunt. 181. R Simms, 174; B.
N o i r o t , 169. S Moore, 167. R.
D i p z i n s k i . 164. P M a r t i n , 164; j .
Kehoe. 164. D Bock. 164. M .
C a m p b e l l . 164, B Collins, 164, S.
Ballantyne. 162. B K r z y i a k , 161.
G. S m i t h , 158, S Guggisberg, 156;
G Collins, 155, D Courtright, 155.
H Affhaiter, 155. S Guggisberg,
154. B Collins. 154. B K r z y i a k .
153
STRAGGLERS LEAGUE
W
L
E l k h o r n Bar
145' j 94'/j
1
S^mce! . C j r p e l ' .
134"- 105";
Green Construction
130 110
L ft. A E l e c t r i c
128 111
Higgins Industries Inc 119 121
M a y f a i r Plastics
113 127
Aft.E
104", 135V,
K l e m Insurance Agency B4Vj 155' 1
H I G H T E A M SERIES
E l k h o r n B a r . 2 5 8 1 . HlSs'.r-.S
lndi>stries inc . 2368. L ft. A
E l e c t r i c , 2340.
HIGH TEAM GAME
E l k h o r n B a r , 925, 836. Higg.ns
Industries Inc , 821. E l k h o r n Bar,
820
W E D N E S D A Y D A W N GALS
HIGH T E A M GAMES
Bombers, 646. Ten Pins, 625.
Lane B r a i n s , 622.
H I G H I N D . SERIES
Karen
Wood,
487. R h e t a
i m h j * , 4A0 Deanna L*w!s, 446
HIGH IND. GAME
r,nron Wooa. i55. M d r j Bunr.,
178. T h e l m a M y e r s . 175.
FRIDAY NIGHT MIXERS
W
L
22 10
20 12
19 13
I I 14
15 17
14V1 17V,
10 22
9V, 52V,
Champs
Regroup
Bushwhackers
Wet Shoe Gang
Happy Hour R o w l e r s
Goof c m s
Winners
Styles R a i d e r s
H I G H T E A M SERIES
C h a m p s , 1765; H a p p y H o u r
B o w l e r s , 1726; B u s h w h a c k e r s ,
1682.
H I G H I N D . SEREIS
Elmer
Ashley,
557.
Bill
G a l l i m o r e . 556. Bob Waisanen,
552
HIGH T E A M GAMES
C h a m p s , 604, Wet Shoe Gang,
599. H a p p y Hour Bowlers, 588.
HIGH I N D . GAME
Stan R o b i n s o n , 230; E l m e r
Ashley, 2 0 1 ; Dave W i n k e l , 200
H I G H M E N ' S SERIES
John V a n Z a n d t . 492, Al Reiter,
491. L o n Post, 466.
ALPINE
Ski ft, Shore
L a y A w a y Carpet
I WA
Glen's M a r k e t
Larry's Electric
N o r t h l a n d Photo
G a y l o r d Tobacco
&Candv
Town Crest Rest
LEAGUE
W
146
L
94
145-2
94V,
151V, 8 2 ' ,
134", 105'
137", 102'
136", 103'
126', 113'
121", 118''
HIGH MEN'S GAMES
Al R e i t e r , 186. Dick B l o x s o m ,
178;
Fred
Hooker,
Bill
P a w n e s h i n g , 173
H I G H W O M E N ' S SERIES
Pat M a t i n , 505; L a u r a Green.
436. Jody R a k t s , 409
HIGH WOMEN'S GAMES
Pat M a r t i n , 188, 169. L a u r a
Green 165. Roz V a n Zandt, 158
16
17
18' 1
19
19
19
20
20'3
21
H I G H T E A M SERIES
Gaylord Livestock. 2525. Leo's
Decorating Center. 2503. Alpine
v i i i d y e r i i d i m a t . y- * - ' - »
H I G H T E A M GAMES
Loshaw't. Standard Service, 877.
Gaylord Livestock. 875. Leo's &
Duane's Body
Shop, 843
H I G H I N D SERIES
Judy M i d d l e d i t c h . 560, M a r g e
Olds, 532. b.
530
H I G H I N D GAMES
Judy M i d d l e d i t c h
243. Betty
Smith. 216. Sue Borowiak. 211;
Marge P n t c h a r d
701
Joan
Bsndfieid, 191 M a ' g » O'ds, 189
180. Louis Couch. 188 Ginnie
Love, 187. Sh.rley Jenkins. 185.
Bev Boyd & Leia Warren, 184 Pat
Scott. 182 Eiame Forteika. 181
Thomas E.
Birmingham will
appear before the
Otsego County
Planning Board on
November 18, 1974
to request placement!
of a mobile home in
Charlton Township,
Section 11, T29N,
R1W. This property
is on Little Bear
Road on Duck Lake,
Parcel 26.
L
5
17
13
13
15
15
18
18
18
20
21
27
H I G H T E A M SERIES
B o m b e r s , 1804. Lane B r a i n s ,
1799. U n c o n t r o l l a b l e s , 1768
TIMBER SALE
DEPARTMENT OF
NATURAL RESOURCES
STATE OF MICHIGAN
Notice is hereby given that «ealed bids will be
received by the Area Forester. Otsego State Forest, for
certain timber on the following described lands:
ELMIRA 7 BLOCK - T31N, R4W, Section 7, NEV4;
Section 6. E 4 of SEV4, S E ^ of SW l 4, South of Old RR
Grade. Otsego County.
Prospective bidders must c o m p l y with the
requirements of the Workmen's Compensation Act to
be eligible to bid.
The right to reject any and all bids is reserved.
Bids must be received by Jerry I^wrencp ATP»
Forester, Otsego State Forest, DNR District Hdqrs.,
Box 576, Gaylord, Michigan, 49735. not later than 9.00
a.m. on Tuesday, November 12, 1974.
For further information concerning this sale, contact
Jerry Lawrence, Area Forester
DAVID H. JENKINS
Acting Director
i
197S 4-ioor
«*<WMiMi^*Mtf^M£
M 4 A A General Store
Spartan Sewer & Septic
Tank
Mary's Tavern
StrolleOiICo
F a i r Oaks Cabins
Vanderbilt Motel
Gay Sego M o t e l
T r a i l ' s E n d Lounge
Maus Haus
Northern T a n k
Hidden V a l l e y
Nelson Construction
Alpine Roofing
Hoopers Floor Covering
Town o. Country C & E
Robert c Hale Ins.
Village Builders
HIGH I N D SERIES
Linda Hayes, 480, Peggy Pung,
471, Mary House. 470
SPECIAL
(9-2B-tf-«10)
DUSTFRS
UirKavwe1
HIGH T E A M GAMES
Burns E l e c t r i c , 874. Call of The
Wild, 860. Purchases Sales, 841.
r
Old 27 South Gaylord 732-1327
Northern Star
Purchases Sales
Cailof The W i l d
Glen Electric
Eagles A u x i l i a r y
Hilltop 76
Gaylord Steel
Northland Photo
Town Crest
Burns E l e c t r i c
Ford H a r d w a r e
Pete's H e s t l n " 8, Ccol'r
HIGH T E A M GAMES
Gaylord Rental 8. Sales, 833. A
& W Rootbeer, 828. Loshaw's
P l u m b i n g , 817
Twfa
n
w
22
21
21
70
17Vi 14V>
17 15
17 15
17 15
16V^ 15Vj
16 16
15 17
HIGH T E A M SERIES
Eagles A u x i l i a r y , 2503. Pur
chases Sales, 2478; Call of The
Wild, 2455.
m
NORTHERN
AMC/JEEP
GUTTER
H I G H T E A M SERIES
Gaylord Rental 8, Sales, 2350.
L a r r y ' s Bar. 2341, A & W Root
beer. 2340
FOR SALE: 1973 Opel GT. FOR SALE: 1966 Baick. 350
Blue, like new, 7,400 original engine; 1968 Plymouth 318
miles, never been damaged. engine -for parts only. Larry
FOR
RENT: 2 and 3 Asking $4,500. Days 786-2111.
Jones, RR 2, Box 321C.
bedroom furnished cottages
(10-31-1-701) Gaylord, MI 49735.
by the month. Northwood
FOR
SALE:
1971
(10-31-1-707)
Resort, west side of Otsego
Volkswagen v a n . 45,000
FOR
SALE: Two 15"
Lake. Gaylord.
miles, excellent condition.
snowtires on wheels. Fit
(10-17-tf-610) Beuhler 150 h.p. Jet-boat,
Ford wagon. Call 732-5408.
FOR RENT: Otsego Lake. 1
needs work. Higgins Lake,
(1041-1-707)
bedroom year around cot821-6684.
731
tage. $140 per month inRecreational Vehicles
(1041-1-701)
cludes utilities. Security
SALE:
Jeep
deposit and references FOR
FOR
SALE: 1963 Inrequired. Please call 732- Wagoneer. 4-wheel drive, Vternational
bus.
66
8, automatic transmission,
1326 after 7 p.m.
air ronrlitinnina
nnwpr Dasseneer. Call 732-1672.
(10-24-tf-610)
(10-244-731)
steering, good shape. Call
FOR
RENT: 3 bedroom
732-9036 or 732-5819 after 6
Motorcycles
house. Near schools. 732a n d Scooters
p.m.
9283.
(10-31-1-701)
FOR SALE: 1973 trail bike,
(10-24-2-610)
FOR
SALE: 1970 Gold good condition, $150. Contact
Duster. $100 down, take over Linda at 4651 West Otsego
Wanted t o Rent
balance. Call 732-5482.
Lake Drive.
(1041-1-701)
GOING AWAY? Let us give
(1041-1-736)
FOR SALE: 1968 Firebird
your home tender loving
1973 SUZUKI 185. $500. 2,600
326 auto, good condition, no
care. Sensibly priced two
miles. Call (616) 549-2903.
rust, new tires (snow). $600
bedroom or larger home
(1041-tf-736)
or best offer. Call 786-4314
wanted for ski season by
742
between 7 p.m. and 3 a.m.
T r u c k s and Trailers
mature, reliable family.
weekdays.
(1041-l-70i;
Phone 313-559-3b67 or write
FOR
SALE: 1974 24'
FORD
TORINO.
Box 3287, c-o The Otsego 1971
Racevan
Travel Trailer.
Excellent
condition.
Runs
County Herald Times, 122 N.
Sleeps
six,
hulds
4
like new. All new radial
Otsego, Gaylord.
snowmobiles, has stove,
(10-31-2-644) tires. $1,900. Call 732-9508.
sink, refrigerator and fur(1041-1-701)
WANTED
TO
RENT:
nace. Call 7324365.
FOR SALE: 1973 Vega. Low
Couple would like to rent
mileage. In good condition.
(1041-2-742)
furnished one or two
Call 732-2875.
FOR
SALE: 1969 V t o n
bedroom house in Gaylord
(10-24-2-701)
Chevrolet, 4-wheel drive
vicinity. Call after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1972 Gremlin. pickup. Call after 5 p.m. 732732-4818.
Power
steering,
power 4982.
(10-31-1-644)
brakes, air, AM-FM radio,
(1041-2-742)
sunroof and many other
17' FROLIC house trailer,
A u t o s for Sale
**V
extras. Best offer. Call 732- not self-contained, $1,490.
2934 after 5 p.m.
Call 732-1 fr»
1972 PINTO, 2 door "old 4
(10-24-tf-701)
(10-24-2-742)
speed straight shift, radio.
FOR SALE: Ford 2 door, • 0 3
Excellent condition. Best
1969, best offer. Northwood
Too Late To Classify
offer. Contact: Don Harmon,
*
Resort,
west
side
of
Otsego
900 West Street, Gaylord.
Lake, Gaylord.
SAMOYED PUPS: AKC, 6
(10-31-1-701)
(10-24-2-701) weeks old. $65 with shots.
FOR SALE: 1968 Corvette
FOR SALE: 1966 Chrysler 4 Call (616) 364-8526 after 5:30.
V-8, 327-350 4-speed. Coupe
door hardtop. Good shape.
(1041-1468)
convertible, blue. Call 546$375. Call after 6 p.m. 7323497, Elmira, after six.
2190.
(1041-2-701)
(9-19-tf-701)
FOR
SALE: 1972 Vega
FOR
SALE:
1965 Ford
Hatchback, 4-speed, good
Mercury.
Call
732-2273
after
condition. $1,295. Call 732That's w h a t y o u ' l l s a y
6 p.m.
w h a n y o u use a Want A d
9096.
(4-25-tf-701)
(10-31-1-701)
MATADOR SEDAN
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732 - 5686
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Houses f o r Rent
Houses for Rent
Business P r o p e r t y
for Rent
A u t o s f o r Sale
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HIGH INO. GAME
Peggy Pung, 220 M a r y House,
195, Lmda Hayes. 172
N o r m a n B O e G r a a f . Treasurer
ADDITIONAL CLASSIFIEDS
(Cont'd f r o m P. 22)
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Alpine Trucking
Complete Collision
Gaylord Rental & Sales
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GAYLORD
$«/!<.< P T T P t
W n l . , a r . n . . t.^.... p . . l « . ,
120 ACRES, r o l l i n g , hardwoods, small cabin. $36,000.
(606
RESULTS
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120 ACRES, Corwith Township. $36,000.
Gaylord
TWENTY THREE
HIGH SERIES
207- 15 ACRES, $9,000; 10 acres, $6,000; 10 acres, $6,000. A n t r i m
County.
CALL US T O D A Y - F O R P R O M P T ,
CONFIDENTIAL S E R V I C E .
732-2011 CLOSE AS USUAL
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Please Call Your Reliable Real Estate
Consultants
Mr. James Stephen
Mr. Robert lindsley
Mr. Al Bottomley
P8m©g
SUPREME COURT
FOR T R I A L S
FAIR TO
PUBLIC A N D
ACCUSED !
164:
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Gaylord, Michigan 49735 (517)732-4262
B&WLING
n
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200: 60 ACRES, stream, home w i t h fireplace and garage. $62,500.
Terms.
154: 120 B E A U T 5 F U L ACRES w i t h Wilkes Creek running through
property. B i r c h and poplar trees w i t h pine scattered trees m i k e s
this a v e r y scenic parcel, SJJ.UUUT Terms.
from $4,950.00
10% Down
732-4445
s i YIJ:S Jfct
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114: 200 R O L L I N G , wooded acres, w i t h newly remodeled home.
$88,000.
161:
P A G E
15
bedroom home, 2 baths, w . w . carpeting, t w o car garage. Builder's
home. $34,900.
165: T W O - T H R E E BEDROOM H O M E , « . w . carpeting, f i r c p l o c c ,
car garage. Lake access (Manuka Lake) dock space, lot size (20C
x 100'). $27,900.
Wooded Lots
One Acre And Up
Underground Utilities
Gaylord Schools
•0 A C R E S : Wooded w i t h c a b i n overiook.ng small n a t u r e pond. This p r o p e r t y is g r e a t for the
person o r f a m i l y w h o likes seclusion a n d the good c i d outdoors. Located close to Boyne
C o u n t r y a n d H u f f m a n L a k e $24,000
LEX-O-GLAZE i
CLEAR LIKE GLASS,
3V4 Miles West Of Gaylord
On M-32
Look For The Sign
70 A C R E S : on V a n T y l e Road about 50 percent g r a z i n g l a n d , plus h a r d w o o d s a n d pine cover.
Good r e c r e a t i o n a l p r o p e r t y o r would be ideal to raise a few c a t t l e P r i c e $26,500 w i t h t e r m s .
TOP QUALITY ACRYLIC PLASTIC
208: N E W T H R E E B E D R OOM
O O M H O M E , w . w . carpeting, a m i d
beautiful maple trees, 5 acre parcel. $25,000. Cash or terms.
A Restricted Subdivision
Excellent
JlBlS*
D. L o t t , 5 V i ; ; S. Robinson, 549;
P. F l l c k i n g e r , 546.
197: R E D U C E D F R O M $41,000. TO $38,900. Furnished lakefront
home (Otsego Lake), carpeted, fireplace, garage. Niceiy wooded
(90'x 100') lot. Cash or terms.
Vjayioro fine estates
40 A C R E S S E C L U D E O : R o l l i n g terrain Excellent h u n t i n g snowmotoillng. a n d M M r M n j I .
L o c a t e d 15 m i l e s South West of Gaviord Golf, s k n n g a n d .ish.ng n e a r b y . Just $12,000 w i t h
12,500 d o w n
REPLACE BROKEN GLASS ( - - « =
106: L A K E F R O N T C H A L E T (Kassuba Lake) 5 bedrooms, 4 baths,
3 fireplace, boathouse, many extras. $69,900.
JJSralcl
13V» 10'/»
WoCers V a r i e t y
HIGH G A f t S
D L o t t , 235; S. Robinson. 2'2- G
B r a n d e n b u r g , 213.
BUSINESS IS GREAT
INTRODUCING...
C O M M E R C I A L : M a n u f a c t u r i n g Acreage 40 acres zoned m a n u f a c t u r i n g a n d c o m m e r c i a l .
E x i s t i n g b u i l d i n g being leased. Terms available
CLASSIC
Ford H a r d w a r e
Gaylord Mortgage
& Realty
Gaylord Tobacco
& Candy
Front Room
J e r r y ' s Tool 4 D i t
Hick's Concrete
MI-74-840
W/TH
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WRITE IN
LOUIS
DUBRUL
ALBERT TOWNSHIP
TRUSTEE
VOTE NOV. 5
P d P o l i t i c a l Ad
PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
J^irblcTTimSs
Thursday, October 31. 1974
Elmira School
r
Kindergarten - Mrs. Polus:
They are learning the color
red and cut oui red pictures
from
magazines. They
learned their phone number
and their parents first and last
names. Happy birthday Leah,
Virginia, Karen and Brenda.
We would like to thank Mrs.
Sehl, Mrs. Gomey and Mrs.
Hardin for helping with our
check sheets this week.
First grade - Mrs. Swadling:
They made ghosts and moons
and jackolanterns with small
tern paper pieces, nwy are
earning a star when they know
their birthday. They saw a
film strip about old McDonald's farm. Everyone
I'M PAT TOPE
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FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE
courteous Thank You for
your order - if I don t. tell me
before you walk away and I'll
buy your next meal
1 Guarantee It!
AA'
W. Main
Hi again. We've got more
news this week.
On Friday in Religion, two
eighth grade students, Denise
Beaulieu and Uina Tabachki,
helped to conduct the Religion
dan.
Greg Beachnau was for the
Presidents granting amnesty.
Oieg disagreed loudly to a
Reporter available to us
through their generosity.
t'OuTui grade - Mrs. YuiU:
One of our classmates, Christy
Traylor,
won
a
new
snowmobile in a contest. Her
picture was in the paper with
Miss Michigan.
ANGLES
FOMCO
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BUY AN AC GENERATOR
GET A WELDER FREE
Cathy
Krane
statement from Sheri Jasinski
who said that if they got
amnesty then everyone would
go to Canada to dodge the
draft.
1 ELECTRIC 1
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run hah's. tools and compressors. I t ' *
tin xmnv vw»M« no tn >• men rods
Welclan power is portable, too!
"FOrVKO *ias a credit plan to meet
your needs ask us"
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FUNERAL HOME
732-2133 or 732-4430
202 W. Mitchell St.
by
Jasmski
By Dennis Figiel
PEOPLE ARE
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Junior High
Gaylor
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Second grade - Mrs.
Bowman:
Friday
was
Michelle Kucharek's birthday. She is seven years old
now. The second graders are
working very hard telling
time. In fact, Mrs. Bowman
even painted the hands of the
ciock to help them. Tuesday
they made Halloween chalk
rubbing pictures. They have a
new flannel board and new
flannel pictures.
Third grade - Mr. Sandri: It
is the third graders turn for
school assembly this week. We
have a very scary play to
present to the schools. We will
have monsters and witches in
it.
Fourth grade - Mr.
Pomarzynski: We had a
popcorn sale last week. In art
we painted Halloween pictures. The fourth grade is
winning Campbells labels
contest. We are learning the
poem "Trees" by Joyce
Kilmer.
made. Our Halloween party
committee has been very
busy.
Our first package of the
News Keporter has arrived.
The first week's edition is
interesting and we are very
happy to have it. Thank you to
the P.T.O. for making The
mrinaw
etr-otrjh
AAON.-FRi. 8 A . M . to 4:30 P.M. • CLObu bAT.
Dickerson Road - Across from Airport 732-2438
Elect
Circuit Judge
Daniel F.
WALSH
THE MAN WHO 6ETS
To Court of Appeals
Endorsed by
Detroit Free Press:
"Best Qualified Candidate"...
Grand Rapids Press:
"One of the Best Suited for
the Court of Appeals"... Pd
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Political Ad
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FROM M 0 N . f NOV. 4 THRU SAT., NOV. 9
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*Tuial them up When they total $5C cr mere, bring
them in. pick up your 10% BONUS CHECK.
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from Monday. Nov 4 thru Saturday. Nov. 16
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