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Energy Crunch — Gaylord Area Reacts
-AAA said that tourism travel to
Northern Michigan was off substantially. Only one of every 35 vehicles
headed north on I-/5 was a recreational
vehicle, compared with one of every six
at the same time last fall.
BY JSM GKISSO
Herald Times Editor
Gaylord area motel and service
station owners are taking steps to ease
the energy crunch on Northern
Michigan's tourist economy
Motel and service station owners,
meeting earlier in the week, are going
all out to put the welcome mat out to
visitors.
Most Gaylord area motel operators
will reduce rates 50 percent on Sunday
nights for three-day (Friday-Sunday)
guests.
Most service station owners have
agreed to keep their stations open until
9 p.m. Saturday and to reopen early
Monday morning (no later than 5 a.m.
and as early as 2 a.m.>. Travelers will
find auto repair service available on
Sunday in the Gaylord area under a
plan in which two stations will be on call
each Sunday.
In other developments regarding
Northern Michigan's efforts to boost
this winter's tourist business:
-State Sen. Robert Davis of Gaylord
said he would do everything possible to
see that Northern Michigan gasoline
distributors get as much gasoline as
possible, stressing that tourist area
dealers should have priority.
-The
Michigan Motor Bus
Association announced a proposal to
charter buses on weekends from the
Detroit area to three destinations in
Northern Michigan - Gaylord,
Grayling and Cadillac.
-Eighty-four percent of the state's
service stations voluntarily closed last
Sunday. Only two stations were
reported open in the Gaylord area.
-Local traffic last Sunday was down
25 percent on the state's freeways and
15 percent on other thoroughfares.
MOTEL OWNERS MEET
According to Ed Calkins, manager of
the Gaylord Area Chamber of Commerce, 13 motel owners attended a
meeting Monday night to discuss plans
to encourage recreationists to come
North this winter.
He said the plan to reduce the Sunday
night motel rate 50 percent would take
effect immediately; however, many
motel owners indicated they were
already booked full for the holidays.
The rate reduction, therefore, would
basically apply after the holidays.
Calkins said motel owners who were
not present at the meeting would be
encouraged to follow the reduced rate
plan, it was noted that the rate would
apply to guests staying over three
nights (Friday-Sunday).
For recreationists who have to return
home on Sunday, it will be recommended that they stop for gas (possibly
the Clare area) on the way North
Friday night, fill up their tank in
Gaylord on Saturday evening and
return downstate Sunday evening, as
usual. Plans are underway to provide
local transportation to and from the ski
resorts and to snowmobilers'
destination.*;.
Motels represented at the meeting
were
Golfview,
Four-Seasons,
Highland, Hamlet, Gaylord Motor Inn,
Holiday Inn, Chalet Motor Lodge,
Northernaire, Cedars, and Downtown.
The service stations have been asked
to reduce their hours of operation
during the week to provide for adequate
gasoline supplies on Saturday and early
Monday.
Gaylord area service station owners,
meeting Tuesday night with Calkins,
agreed to stay open until 9 p.m. on
Saturday, and at least two said they
would reopen at 12:01 a.m. on Monday,
staying within the legal hours to be set
down by the federal government.
Service station owners said they
anticipate no problem getting adequate
gasoline allocations during December.
SUNDAY REPAIR SERVICE
There will be service stations and
even an auto repair garage available
for wrecker and repair service on
Sundays, Calkins said.
The State Police, Otsego County
Sheriff's Dept. and CB radio operators
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Calkins said there will be inside
snowmobile storage space available in
the Gaylord area. The storage rate per
unit will be $60 for the season and a $3
handling charge each time the owner
moves his machine in and out of the
storage space. The $3 will cover "in and
out" handling, Calkins said.
Calkins urged visitors to make motel
reservations in advance through the
motel or the chamber of commerce
office. The chamber phone number is
(517) 732-4000.
The motel and service station owners
were complimented by Calkins for their
soirit of cooperation in the face of the
-«iergy pinch.
The office of Carl Buchanan,
president of the Michigan Motor Bus
Association, told the Herald Times that
Gaylord, Grayling and Cadillac, and
possibly Boyne ML, have been selected
as test destination sites for charter bus
runs from the Detroit area on the
weekends.
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Gasoline prices have also risen. Price
per gallon for gasoline this year has
been set at about 23 cents per gallon as
compared to 16 cents per gallon in the
past. The road commission used 109,800
gallons of gasoline last year.
The higher costs result in less money
being available in the road commission
budget for labor overtime, new
equipment purchase, and other supplies.
Bowers said that there appeared to be
no real problem yet in getting fuel for
the trucks. A recent order of 10,000
"We saw this coming and were able
to secure enough aviation fuel to meet
pilot's demands through the winter,"
Brill said. "We will have plenty of the
stuff for skiers and other people who
decide to fly into Otsego County. We
also will be able to keep runways
relatively clear and ready for service."
Vital safety and emergency units in
the county, Michigan State Police,
Caylord City Police, Sheriff's
Department, Fire Department, and the
Department of Natural Resources all
reported adequate supplies of fuel to
icuucuuii iii service.
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Bowers said that work during the
week would continue on a regular basis.
The county has some 33 units, plows,
pletely. Should gas rationing become a
reality, essential road services would
have a high priority rating.
to battle snow and ice.
The increasing costs of fuels for the
machines was cited as a real problem.
Bowers said that the road commission
was paying just over 22 cents per gallon
mis year for diesel fuel as compared to
12.5 cents per gallon in recent years.
Last year the road commission used
88,000 gallons of diesel fuel.
attempt to maintain the roads so that
"a person using a reasonable amount of
driving care will be able to make
passage."
Another county service, operations at
the Otsego County Airport, will remain
normal, at least through the winter,
according to Ray Brill, airport
manager.
demands through the winter.
The big question which remains in
most peoples' minds is the severity of
the ccHiin" '.*"Lnfer ^hnnM the temperatures be milder than usual and
snowfall average or below, it appears
as if all necessary services will be able
to continue without serious reduction or
interruption. However, should this
become a season of major
winter storms, Otsego County residents
may 'find themselves spending mere
Rising costs and the possibility of fuel
shortages has forced the Otsego County
Road Commission to order cuts in
services for battling snow and ice on the
county road system. The road commission ordered the cuts during their
Nov. 21 meeting.
Larry Bowers, road commission
engineer-manager said that "weekend
road maintenance would be reduced
considerably, especially on minor
roads and thoroughfares." He cited
increasing fuel costs and other
economic factors as the reasons for the
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He said Northern Michigan resorts or
chambers of commerce would be able
to charter a bus for travelers planning
to come North for the weekend.
Minimum passenger load per run would
be 25.
Bus fare to Gaylord, Grayling or
Cadillac would be $12.50 per passenger
Monday-Thursday and $17.25 FridaySunday and holidays. The suggested
fare to Boyne Mt. is $15.25 MondayThursday and $25 Friday-Sunday and
holidays.
Buchanan's office said the plan
depends on whether the bus association
can -'
— adequate number of
buses and a sufficient amount of fuel. A
Watts line would be established through
the Michigan Tourist Council for trip
reservations.
gasoline distributors from Northern
Michigan, Sen. Davis gave assurances
that he would do everything possible to
protect the tourist business.
Gasoline distributors attending the
meeting said they were not sure what
the winter would bring in gasoline
allocations. Dale Johnson of Gaylord,
Marathon distributor for the area, said
up to now his allocations have been 97
percent for gasoline, 100 percent for No.
1 fuel oil and 80 percent for No. 2 fuel
oil. .
The chambers of commerce, according to Calkins, agreed to ask
service station operators to attempt to
spread their monthly gasoline
allocations over the entire month
rather than depleting their supply
before the end of the month.
The Michigan Motor Rus Association
At a rneetino last, week in Lansjna nf
represents all the bus companies that
provide transportation in Michigan.
about 250 resort operators, tourism
association representatives and bus
company officials, a 17-member
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At a meeting Monday in Petoskey of
chamber of commerce officials and
COii~ifiiiitee Was appointed to study
special bus routing and other possible
means of getting city people on the road
while gasoline is scarce.
The total group - an ad hoc gathering
without any official power - also opposed gasoline allocation or rationing,
in favor of "letting the price seek its
own level based on supply and
demand."
William King, Michigan Public
Service Commission director of
transportation, basically ruled out the
possibility of passenger rail service to
the North Country. He said much of the
rails come nowhere near meeting
federal standards.
Gov Miiiiken ryomised that the
tourist industry "should not and will not
get secondary treatment."
The group also adopted a resolution
seeking alternatives to the five-day, 40honr wnrk week, with emnhasis on
working Fridays and taking Mondays
off.
Meanwhile, gasoline prices were
increased again. At some stations in the
Gaylord area, regular is selling for 50.9
cents per gallon.
Year - Around School
Plan Under Close Study
A year-around school program and
the building of a $1.5 million facility to
relieve pupil number pressure in the
Gaylord Community Schools were
among the recommendations heard
Monday in the meeting of the so-called
"Citizens' Committee." The group is
studying possible ways that the
growing need for additional education
facilities can be met with the least
possible cost to the taxpayer.
Reporting to the full committee were
study groups on new buildings, additions to current buildings, year-
Superintendent Thomas Gill said that
the estimated cost of the building could,
because of the increased valuation of
the school district, reflect only a 1.5 mill
increase in school taxes if a building
bond issue won approval from the
school district voters.
The year-around school plan drew
support from many of the members of
the 40-person committee. The study
group suggested that the school system
look into the so-called 45-15 method in
which three-fourths of the school
population would be taking classes at
while South vacationed. During the
second 45-day schooling period, South
would join East and West in the
classrooms while North vacationed,
and so on through the year. Each unit
would spend 180 days in the classroom
as required by current state law.
Classroom space is increased by onequarter to one-third through the plan.
Costs of the unique scheduling is also
thought to be about one-fourth more,
but much less than erecting additional
buildings.
The proposals along with other ideas
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school days, and one group under the
title of "other alternatives."
The new buildings group proposed
that a $1.5 million, two-story, addition
be built wt property owned by tne
school between Sixth and Fifth streets,
directly across Elm Street from the
Middle School. Under the preliminary
proposal, the building would have some
46,000 square feet of instructional
space. Included in the building would be
facilities for music, natural resources
study, arts and crafts, wood and metal
shops, office studies units, and several
types of special education.
The study group reported that the
building would relieve classroom
pressure in both the Middle School and
the High School. They compared the
$1.5 miiiion cost or me special stuaies
Pupils would be in class nine weeks and
off three weeks on a rotating basis
through the year.
For example, if the district was
DroKen into tour equal geograpnicai
groups, during the first period East,
North, and West would attend school
further study and review before being
formalized into a recommendation to
the school board. The committee set its
next meeting for Monday, Jan. 7, 1974.
The committee has set March as the
target month for the recommendation
to the School Board.
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Wilderness Valley
Developer
Under Fire From State
An Otsego County Land developer is
the target for a lawsuit filed by the
State of Michigan. The suit, filed last
week in Ingham County Circuit Court
by the state Attorney General's office,
claimed that the George Wellington
Smith Co. was continuing to advertise
and sell property without proper
According to Kelley, over the sixmonth period the firm advertised the
development in a major newspaper,
sent out promotional materials, and
had an agent at the development to
point out available lots and to discuss
sales, prices, and terms. "The George
Wellington smitn Co. nas naa more
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than gJT mnntho tn rnmnlv with the law
price tag for a completely new high
school.
Land Sales Act.
George Wellington Smith is the
and become registered under the act. It
has made no attempt to do so, but has
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developer of Wiiueuiess V d i e j , a 4,000
The Gaylord Post Office has
announced that it will be open
Dec. 8, Saturday, to facilitate
holiday mailing. The Post
Office will observe regular
hours on each Saturday until
Christmas.
acre land development south of the
Mancelona Road ir. southern Otsego
Count". Smith, of Franklin, is a
familiar figure in the Gaylord area.
The suit claims that the company has
been promotion for sale lost in the
development without applying for
registration with the state.
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law," Kelley said.
Kelley asked for injunctions that
would stop the activities of the
developer until «njch time that proper
efforts are made to register the
development. Fines and court costs
could also be brought against the
developer.
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Some Items Are Hot Sellers' In Heat Squeeze
BY JIM WELCH
HT News Editor
Concern over the possibility of colder
homes has "heated up" the business of
some local merchants. A brisk business
is reported by stores and outlets hanstripping, and fireplace and »iove
equipment.
Merv Grove, superintendent of
Wlckes Lumber Company's Gaylord
outlet claims sales of insulation "has
been very good since Nov. 1." He said
over 92,000 square feet of insulation has
passed through the doors since the
arrival of cold weather, a marked increase over last year's sales.
"A flood oercentaae of the stuff
seems to be going into older homes,"
e said. "I think people are trying
to cat down heat loss to save heating
costs." Grove said that about 2.500
square feet of insulation would take
care of a normal three-bedroom home.
Fiberglass insulation, in 70 by 16 inch
rolls runs about $5.40 a roll.
Grove said that there appeared to be
no shortage of insulating materials, at
over the past few years and not just in
the last week or so. People 3eem to be
insulating their homes better as a rule.
We did do a great business in
heating stoves recently," Engel continued. "We had about 25 stoves that we
sold out in a week or two. I'm sure that
'•ast from the Wirke* viewpoint "We
we eould «e11 25 morp with no problem.
made sure that we had plenty of this
stuff backlogged so that we were able to
meet the demand," he said.
Grove aiso said that sales in storm
windows and other types of weatherstripping had also increased.
The story was much the same at
Gaylord Lumber and Fuel, according to
Louis Engel. "We have seen an increase in the sales of all heat-loss
control items like weatherstnpping,
picstic for covering windows, stormwindows, and regular insula
However, we have see'
However, we don't expect to receive
any more until Febiaary."
The stoves, including the popular
Franklin model, sold from $130 to $180
according to the model size. Engel said
that customers could look for at least a
20 percent price hike when the units
become available again.
Engel also said that although Gaylord
Fuel and Lumber stopped selling
heating coal aboutfiveyears ago. "We
Isell a pile of it If we had it."
Trash and Treawes, an oddity
resale shop on Old 27 Scath, has had a
great deal of interest in the wood
burning stoves it has for sale. The units,
all used, are fetching better-than-ever
prices. The stoves, picked up at estate
sales, auctions, and through other
means, will probably become a bigger
bid item as people look for heating
venting package. However, there are
less expensive models," O'Brien said.
"One important thing is to be sure
that any installation has proper and
safe venting. Special care should be
Pat O'Brien, manager of the Irish
Embers, Gaylord's newest fireplace
outlet on Old 27 South, has also noted a
tremendous increase in uiieicat about
the woodburners. He said that his shop
is being hard-pressed to meet all
demands, but is able to draw on a large
order placed with manufacturers.
'any of the people coming to us own
mobile or modular homes. The smaller
homes seem to heat well with our
.«u*?»"*ert fireplaces. Homeowners
wanting a qua
in expect to pay
about $325 for th
More than 140 Standard Products
Co. employes have received notice this
week that a four-week long layoff
heeins Dec. 14. nooen Kius. piani
,ger, said that the work ^ppage
will probably last until Jan. 14.
Kitta said that the layoff is a dlrec*
result of the slowdown in auto building
by General Motors. "We can't seU our
product if they are not building cars."
He referred to the layoff as necessary
taken in placing stove pipe through
attics and roofs so that no fire hazard
exists. When it comes to venting, no one
should try to cut comers to save
money."
SP Lays Off 140 For 4 Weeks
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that company experts are examining
holiday pay, substitute unemployment
benefii pay and outer plans in an cuui t
to select the best method.
The plant manager said that no
salaried workers would be layed off. H?
refused to discuss, however, reports
that some salaried workers were being
asked to take 1974 vacations immediately as part of the four week
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would receive some type of wage
policy'' prevented him from discussing
stter further.
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J^irCllcl ' J l m i s
Thursday, December 6,1973
Resignations Reported
ATLANTA - Two members
of the Montmorency County
Sheriff's Department have
resigned their positions as
road patrol deputies, according to "Doc" Eagle,
member of the Onaway
Township Police Department,
has been hired to fill one of the
vacancies. He will begin work
Dec. 9.
The resignations shifted
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ripnntifx: in r*onrH try thoir
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Wendall Orme have offered
the resignations. Eagle said
that Wilbur Funk, a former
union activities. Junior
Brandenburg
replaces
Renaud as chief negotiator
while Michael Teets has
become the union steward.
Bruce Grafe is now alternate
union steward.
The contract between the
county ana ine aeputies expires at the end of the month.
Negotiations have been unriprwav
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Other cells not meeting Accutron specifications may cause a malfunction.
A 20-person task force
connected with the first
running of the Mlchaywe'Samsonite Cross Country Ski
wishing more information
about the housing needs
should contact Mrs. Crosby at
732-9381. The housing hunt is
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review progress. The meeting
was held at the Sugar Bowl
under the direction of Dave
Kasunic of the ThompsonBrown Co., Ed Calkins of the
Gaylord Area Chamber of
Commerce, and Jim Welch of
the Otsego County Herald
Times.
Race chairman
Gene
Kotlarek, six times national
champion in nordic competition, explained to the
group
the
special
requirements of the U. S.
Nordic Ski Team who will be
appearing in the sanctioned
races. Both men and women
competitors will take part in
the contest.
Mrs. Vicky Crosby reported
that about 20 of the necessary
40 homes needed to house the
skiers nad been found lu date.
She explained that the skiers
will arrive Dec. 26 and will be
in the community that evening
and also the evening of Dec.
27 sftsr the rsces. Hn?*
families would be required to
provide some meals and
Gaylord chapter of the
Association of American
University Women.
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would be at $5 per couple with
operation of a cash bar.
During the afterglow,
awards to the top five male
2nd female rscsrs would K~
presented. Ticket information
will be
available
ihe
Gaylord Area Chamber of
Cuniiueice.
Plans for a community
"Afterglow"
are
being
finalized by Willis Wagemeyer
and Mrs. Susan Smethurst, cochairpersons for the event.
The afterglow will begin about
8 p.m. Dec. 27 at the
Michaywe* Village Center
with hot hors d'oeuvres being
put out about 9:30 p.m. A
combo would be provided for
dancing. Cost of the evening
iruin
A 'limit of
250
persons is expected to be
placed on the evening.
Other problems discussed
by the task force included
providing necessary parking,
press relations and accomodations, racing track
development and maintenance, and food services.
Other problems discussed
by the task force included
providing necessary parking,
press relations ana accomodations, racing track
development and maintenance and food services.
Prcrscc activities will begin
at Michaywe' at noon on Dec.
27. Actual lacing will start
about 1 p.m. The afternoon
program is expected io end
about 3:30 p.m. The race is
one of 13 preparation races for
the U.S. Nordic Ski Team as
they look toward the national
and world championships
early next year. Some of the
racers will also represent
foreign countries.
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prizes to award the top five
competitors are being sought
from local merchants by the
Gaylord Area Chamber of
Commerce.
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also being being made to
cununemurate iiie race and
will be on sale in the Gaylord
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honors the United States
Nordic Ski Team and their
visit to Gaylord will sell for $1.
Proceeds from the sale will be
presented to the team captain
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The 40 racers and their team
coaches will have a training
table breakfast Dec. 27
courtesy of the Sugar Bowl
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team's visit here. Persons
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C O M M U N I T Y W O R K E R S —Getting their heads together for the Dec. 27
running of the Michaywe'-Samsonite Classic cross country ski races
recently were, left to right, seated, Mrs. Sue Smethurst, Vanderbilt
Afterglow Co-chairman; Ed Calkins, Gaylord Area Chamber of Com
rnerce; Willis Wogcmcycr, Gaylord, Afterglow Co c h a i r m e n ; Jchr
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Michaywe'
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Michaywe
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c h a i r m e n ; Bob Davis, WATC-Radio, Gaylord, Publiciiy; Bob Zillget
Vanderbilt, Michaywe' Maintenance, Track Cutting; Carl Lundquist
Michaywe' Ski Slopes coordinator; and Jim Wurst, Michaywe' Sales
Force representative. ( H T Staff Photo)
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Thursday, Decembers 1973
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Get Off That Phone
My Salad Daze
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By J i m W e l c h
JUST THE OTHF.R DAY as T sat munching
on lettuce salad and bemoaning the loss of oil
.or Cos oil snu vinegar uressing, i linany
realized the impact of energy crisis. Could this
be a plot by Marzette's to corner the market?
After all, ever since Charles DeGaulle, French
has had to take a back seat to Italian and, Joe
McCarthy forbid, Russian.
Then too, I recall the strange looks I got
when I tried to buy some oil paints at the
hobby store. The clerk mumbling something
about being unpatriotic while trying to point
me toward the watercolor display. I wonder if
Van Gogh had to give up his ear for a pint of
petroleum?
The efforts to find alternate sources of
energy have certainly drawn a lot of attention
in recent weeks. We have seen manuremobiles, garbage buggies, and wind wagons
rolled out of inventors' garages with all the
attendant trappings of a new model introdlirtinn in Meter City.
•
THERE IS ONE SOURCE everybody seems
to be missing. And it's so obvious. After all,
television has been extolling the virtures of
this source ever since Dick Clark's American
Bandstand made acne a four-letter word.
I refer to those tiny little pads used for
cleaning pubescent skin of the irritating
results of too much coke. I must have seen a
million barrels of oil wiped away over the
:
4 •- _
yeais uy Levieu youths uuping uiai
disease" would not leave a permanent blotch
on their cheek of tan.
Maybe the Government should set u n •"•ad
collection points in every major city. To up
production, the President's friends at the
National Dairy Council could supply only
chocolate milk to the nation's school systems.
It would become the lost generation's moto to
"take a wipe against tne Araos.
And what a matter with the boys on Madison
Avenue? For the last few years they have been
trying to made us get rid of oily hair. Are they
too in the pay of King Fisal? Does the "dry
look" really refer to our car's gas tank and not
our scalps? Oh, how easily are we lead from
the truth.
I WONDER HOW THE HISTORIANS of
another day will look back of the fix our
energy-gulping society has put us in. Will this
be the era when Thre-In-One Oil went to two?
The time when the reduction in octanp
resulted in an increase in the use of show
leather and the rediscovery of the foot?
Yes, if you are one on those people who
thought that during World War Two, gas
rationing, brownouts, and the black market
weren't so bad, you're going to love 1974.
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GRAFFITI - The first person who sees the
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Ma Bell says use the phone for fun and
games. But Ann Landers says husbands
ohould phone if they are g™ng to be late for
dinner.
You can't have both. Which is why grown
husbands sob a lot, and pound nails into
bachelors.
You've seen those TV commercials for
Bell. Mrs. Beautiful is reminiscing about an
old friend who moved to Yugoslavia 42 years
ago. Mr. Beautiful says why not caii her up
and wish her Happy Tuesday. Then comes the
miracle of direct dialing as performed only on
TV where there are no wrong numbers and the
person you call is always home, sitting by the
phone, wondering why you haven't phoned in
42 years.
When it comes to phones, I am an admitted
male chauvinist hog. Women talk on the phone
for hours, saying nothing. Men use the phone
only as a business tool, or to set up a poker
game.
The average phone conversation
between males lasts 15 seconds. The average
length of a female-to-female call can't be
computed because they haven't hung up yet.
I do not know why it is that women enjoy
long talks on the phone, and men hate them.
w;,
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because their husbands never talk to them.
Wives are always saying nonsense like that.
Tne last time I tried to taik to my wife, she
shushed me because she heard a phone
ringing. It was next door, but she answered it
T
anyway.
I don'.t
knowFitzgerald
who was calling because
By
Jim
she hasn't returned home yet.
Oh yes, T exaggerate a bitsy hit But what
about Ma Bell? Is there a more gigantic
exaggeration than to come on TV and even
hint that a husband would encourage his wife
to make whimsical phone calls? Incredible.
This would be the same as encouraging a
glutton to eat, or an alcoholic to drink. No
husband is that dumb. Whatever happened to
truth in advertising?
You a r e wondering what turned me on so
hard. I will tell you. At the last minute the
other afternoon, I discovered pressing duties
would keep me at my desk beyond the dinner
hour. Ann Landers says a prime fracturer of
marriages is the bum who never phones to say
he'll be late. So I dialed. Busy signal.
You know the rest. 45 minutes later I was
still dialing for naught. Oh my. There is
nothing more exasperating than wanting to
tell your wife you are going to kill her but not
being able to because she WON'T GET OFF
THE LOUSY PHONE!
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ONE MAN'S JOURNEY
This is about a man whose devotion to a cause knows no
season. Gus Konopnicki has been "swimming upstream "
for a long while and at last it appears his time has come.
For at least the past 17 years, he has been one of the few
Fortunately his perserverance and tenacity have equalled
his premature vision and enthusiasm, as touring has now
emerged as a significant force in the ski world.
Konopnicki, whose name is pronounced just as it's
spelled, has quite a fascinating background which does
not logically explain his devotion to ski touring. He was
born in Poland and that country is not noted as a nordic
(cross-country, jumping, biathlon) power. He did live
neap tha F i n m o h U^~A~» - ~ ..-.J—.u*_jt~ *t-___ — - - ----._
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Scandinavian influence. He still recalls his very unsophisticated introduction to the sport, actually first
skiing on barrel staves. Leather straps were the bindings
ana the SKI wax was nomemade trom candles.
These inconveniences were more than made up by the
satisfaction of feeling free when he was skiing. His early
participation was not particularly organized - skiing was
mainly a way of getting to school in the winter.
Occasionally there were some school races, but mostly
just overland tours including rucksack lunches of "tea
and kielbas." The early days of World War II soon put an
end to this freedom that Gus had enjoyed. In 1940 he was
forced to leave Poland and spent the next two years in a
concentration camp - first Nazi, then Russian. Later he
was able to join The Polish Liberation Army that fought
with the Allies in Italy and North Africa.
His journey to the U. S. was via Great Britain where he
obtained both a degree from Lender. University ssi a TTJC
from Wales, in 1954 tie arrived in Worchester,
Massachusetts. Unfortunately, our economy was down
and jobs were scarce, especially for immigrants. He tried
a variety of occupations before coming to Rochester,
Michigan in 1956 at the age of 34. Gus was first employed
(her* as a draftsman out his interest began to lean toward
the teaching field. With his typical determination he
began studying for a teacher's certificate and also for U.
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COUNTY
ESTABLISHED 1875
Published by
Otsego County Herald Tim»»s. Inc.
122 NORTH OTSEGO
GAYLORD, MICH. 49735
JAMES L. GRISSO Editor,
General Manager
JAMES W. WELCH News Editor
JAMES SISSON Advertising Manager
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SECOND
P O S T A G E P A I D AT T H E G A Y L O R D
S A N POST O F F I C F U N D E R TrfE A C T O F
C O N G R E S S M A R C H i. ' | 7 ?
S. citizenship, which he obtained in 1960.
His career in education covers stops at Cranbrook
School, Bloomfield Hills, and Kimball in Royal Oak, with
occasional detours back to drafting, before he began his
present position in Janjjary 1972 with The Boys Training
School. This is the state facility for delinquent boys
located at Camp La Victiore, adjacent w Camp Grayling,
where Gus concentrates in Special Education for boys 9 to
19.
Since accepting his present position, he has moved his
residence to Frederic. While his interest in touring never
waned all during the time he lived in this state, he now
was in snow country where he could really sink his teeth
in. Almost immediately he began a one-man crusade to
promote this activity in northern Michigan. He presented
hiS ViS™S tO t h ° G ° " l 0 r d A T O Q ( T i a m r * p nf r n m m n r / > a nnA
also contacted a number of recreation areas, trying to
convince them to inaugurate touring. The folks at Twin
Peaks were receptive and finally Gus became actually
Ovi
On* Year MOO
poorly insulated house and the
sloppy care in keeping doors
tight will still get much more
fuel than I.
The other neighbor while
just as carefull as I, had the oil
delivery to his home last year
later in the fall and again
earlier in the following spring
than I, which when totaled for
the year gave him an extra 800
gallons delivered in the 12
month period so he will get a
percentage based on 800
gallons more use than I,
simply because mine was
delivered 400 gallons two days
before the end of the prior
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after the count year.
I am penalized by a quirk in
delivery dates and again by
being thrifth and trying to
save fuel through good
maintainence.
Name withheld
On Request
Mrs. Norma M. Gibbs
Dear Editor:
In response to your article
' The defeat of the revised City
Charter" you proposed three
different changes, yet only
gave the voters one chance to
vote once for all of these. I fail
to see the reasoning behind a
blank check on eight mills and
taking away the only chance
this town has to vote for dty
officials, especially with the
smdl of "Watergate" still
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With so many people feeling
so strongly against the new
charter, it really bothered me
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withoit a majority of the
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Now, on weekends during the season, Gus rents touring
equipment and when there is time, gives instructions. He
realizes that more attention must be focused on this activity, which is still comparitively new in the U.S., and so
he has also become deeply involved promoting crosscountry racing. Actually his main interest is in
recreational touring but he recognizes that competitions
bring publicity.
Last January, through his efforts, Twin Peaks hosted
the first cross-country race in Michigan sanctioned by the
Central Division of the U. S. Ski Association. More contests are on tap this season. He will also be assisting as a
key official in the Michaywe'-Samsonite Gassic on Dec.
27.
You get the feeling that Gus is undaunted and somehow
will prevail, YOU also sense inai ne nas paia me price"
and deserves some rewards for his enduring mission.
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PAGE SIX
H * « l d T t e u T *
Thursday, December 6,1973
Local Cancer Society Unit O«**«"«
ULLIH5
Plans For New Year
Mrs. Doris Catt, Chairman
of the Otsego County Unit of
the American Cancer Society
presided at the recent board
meeting, held at Schlang's.
. 1 1 \ i \ r\ - 4 - _ ! ^-» v
Mr« Pot Bordr."-
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been Service and Memorials
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AUTHOfb/£D DEALERS
GREAT NEWS FOR EVERY
CAR AND TRUCK BUYER!
>...ai.maii,
.
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.,
UlC
chairmanship of Service,
retaining her place on the
Board as Memorials chairman. Lucy Amborski was
appointed as Service chairman. Mrs. Amborski stated
that she would like to prepare
a list of interested nennlp who
would be willing to help with
transportation when the need
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the kind of deal that's made the
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its type built in America.
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ONLY THE DODGE BOYS HAVE 'EM.
It's the only pickup wit!" inside storage room (34 cubic feet) to keep your
gear under lock and key.
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NOR-ECHO
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Tr»m«
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Education chairman, reported
American Cancer
Film
relative to smoking and its
dangers to 985 students in
Otsego County Schools. Also a
pap-test film with Lucile Ball,
Luci Arnaz and Virginia
Graham, entitled "For a
Wonderful Life" has been
shown at meetinr/s of the
Daughters of Isabel a and the
Hospital Auxiliary. uso he is
scheduled to show tl is film for
the local Petroleum Wives and
Indian River. The 27 members
attended the conference on
November 30 and December 1
and will also be attending on
December 7 and 8. The purpose of the workshop is to
define career education and
how it applies to the individual, and to develop a
career education model that
each member of the con-
JOE SCHAL I tER
Gaylord 732 4191
LEWISTON
The
Johannesburg-Lewiston PTC
program committee, meeting
Nov. 26 at the home of Mrs.
John Frederickson, finalized
program plans for the rest of
the PTC year.
School open house is
scheduled for January 8 at
7:30 p.m. in Johannesburg.
The high school Drama Club
plans a bake sale during the
evening to raise funds for club
projects.
Dr. Piesner, a psychologist,
will speak on "Parent Effectiveness Training" at the
February
meeting
in
Lewiston. The March meeting
will feature an Art Linkletter
film about drug abuse "On
Your Doorstep." Kirtland
i/Cucgc
uuoTu i i i c f i i u c i
I I i n u i i •*%. U i i l u n i U ' — — • •••» l i * 3 • • IWI •• • i u i r\ui
and arrow north of Highway M-72 in the lower
peninsula ane from April l to April 14, inclusive,
each year between Highways M-46 and M-72 in
the lower peninsula.
Daily Interest
(Annual is. te,
On Regular
h
Passbook Savings
Safe Deposit
Boxes
Available
Savings Accounts
insured t o
s
2 0 , 0 0 0 by FSLIC
ri
«
Earn from the
Day of Deposit
to the Day
of Withdrawal
th*>
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LENDER
et to Se
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• 'i-iginow • A l m a • Fronkenmwth • F r e a i a n d • V o t s o r
• Hemlock • St. Charles * G a y l o r d • Clio
416 W. Moin, Gaylord
urhjan vrnt
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you can only repeat something
yuu uireauy kiiuw; wnereas, it
you keep your mouth closed,
you may hear something that
Find
ference can use in their own
classroom situation.
There are eleven school
districts participating in the
mrfaronAo
rnunfloc-
Dr. Rustico Tongco, who has
momhopo
Rnce
I
flkp.
Osceola
Cnnniv
•
you don't know. Sometimes
u»c things you hear *»rc facts,
and you store those away for
tuture use. The problem is to
decide between fact and
fiction.
Crooked Lakes and Lake George, Clare County.
Approved August 10, 1973.
attending include: Nancy
Bailey and Dennis Schlak,
Gaylord; Kathleen Kujawa
and Chet Szymanski of
Gaylord St. Mary's; Charles
H. Hewitt, James Walls, and
John Righi of Johannesburg,
Jane Alexander of Lewiston,
Carla Provonsha of Vanderbilt; and Phillip D. Goebel
of Alba.
i rout and Salmon Regulations Great Lakes And Connecting Waters
The Natural Resources Commission, under authority
of Act 230, P.A. 1925, as amended, and Act 165, P.A.
1929, as amended, orders that for a period of five years
effective January 1, 1974, no person shall catch or
attempt to take any species of trout or salmon from
any waters of the Great Lakes or connecting waters or
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Mural Wall Maps
Of the World and
United States.
They'll Make Great Gifts
tor Students Keep Track of Those important
Dates with
1974 Desk & Wall Calendars
Monthly - Minder Calendars
ed by one or two buses going
men to nave all of these
students driving in ten or
fifteen automobiles. The
safety factor must also give a
great deal of peace of mind to
the parents.
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The next program committee meeting will be held at
7:30 p.m. January 29 at the
home of Mrs. William Moore.
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NORMAN'S
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i n E W n U l E PLACE
The Red Building on Old 27 South - Gaylord
1 Vi Miles South of Mam Street
i
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city championship in Detroit
Men's Open Touch Football
League cuiu utc m c u CpGuiciii
Detroit Ski Council Touch
Football League.
Crook is the son of the late
Dr. Charles L. Crook and Mrs.
Bette Crook, special writer
and photographer for the
Herald Times.
Nothing held back! 20 percent oft on the whole place! We will -educe our regular discount prices
Dy ZU percent ,
that's a iaci: in etery department, t w i j aim 20 pc."Ce»; o " ' Vi: Z'-Z
determined to reduce our inventory . . - sell to the bare vs;!!:. if you wish . . . but sell every?*"™
at 20 percent ott our already discounted prices. 8rand names INCLUDED! Nothing held back! 20
percent ott the
whole place!
featuring
PUBLIC IXOTICE
,
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k. ZtttZtti
2£2!!!J! thf fT?'Ch?nd'*» n n hand
at »«» high tai |
mf*«l In <avp thnnwnik nf dollars m tai assessments, we are determined to sell out to the bare |
walls. If we own it
. we pay taxes! If you own it . . . neither of us pay taxes!
rHEJ,wq
J u ' 2 7 8 BRIEFS
^
- N a n d T-SHIRTS
Ho£ Sckwt M Tfo i W y Otgwt
" T H E STONE K I L L E R " is a
fast moving police thriller that
gives its audience the excitment
•h*y want.
Charles Bronson is back on the
sioe o» the law. Asked why he
kdiea a fietinv
<o *3">
only 17, Bronson replies "His Gun
Made Him Older".
Bronson's big job in this film is
fo investigate- and stop the flow of
drugs in the Los Angeles Area
Various murders, abduc
and chases then go on all over the
place
s action you want it's action
you'll get m ' T h e Stone Killer"
(R)
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I 20% OFF PRICE
$ 14
2
• DELUXE SALAD BAR, POTATO, HOT HOMEMADE BREAD
Ar;D BEVERAGE
.Friday
BOYS
•2°» BRIEFS
and
T-SHIRTS
Seafood Smorgasbord
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AND BEVERAGE
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OFF PRICE
ffuk^ .
The combined talents of John and Hal will provide you with a
delightful evening of entertainment no matter what vow
musical taste.
Enjoy Live Entertainment Seven
Nights A Week
At The Chalet Inn.
/ *
u> u . 6 o. ui uic lucdiiuine, we
New
merchants or from FTC
members. Funds raised will
help support r f C projects.
Th* Natural Resources
Commission,
under
authority c« Act 230
1925, as amended, orders
that for a period of five
years effective January 1,
1974, no sturgeon may be
taken or possessed from
te waters of this state of a
length less than 90 inches.
Approved August 10, 1973
to wait and <U?P what the future
Sales and Service
Tta CUohl 9m
Cinema Review
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SCHREUR
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THE STONE K I L L E R
y * "
(and played) his t e a m tu tlic
THIS YEAR!
12 Noon to 5:30; M o n . -
UHKV
Charles "Steve" Crook, a
1962 graduate of Gaylord High
School and member of the
varsity ski team, varsity
football team, and the Key
Club, has for the second
consecutive year coached
\
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PPDCfiWAl
IMV
Education and the !eaisl5,.tiJrp
imve not relaxed tlic rule
which demands that schools
have a minimum of 180 days
of school. There is some
legislative activity to call
11
J ^ r c i l c l TlHTCS
Good Play
i m p r i n t e d on your cards
Anrii
ri£,am
Thursday, December 6, 1973
school closings because of fuel
shortages an 'Act of God."
This would then allow the day
off to be counted as a day of
scnooi.
As it appears now, we will
not have a change in the
education
school
year
calendar. Since we are on
natural gas at all buildings
exceptfclmira,we really don't
anticipate a fuel crisis except
a couple of things: Firstly, is
there a need to close school for
any length of time? Currently
we are reducing temperatures, and custodians are
making an effort to conserve
fuel. This may be enough.
Secondly, the State Board of
Education dictates that the
school year must be completed by July 1. To my
knowledge, the State Board
has not relaxed this ruling.
This would affect how long you
could actually close the
STOCK REDUCTION
SALE
PICKENS
k»t<A.M...
VACATION
PERIODS:
Rumor - Schools will be
closed for a two or three week
Christmas vacation. Answer False, or more correctly, I
might say that I really don't
know. We have discussed the
possibility, but whether or not
schools during the school
year. Another factor is the
master agreement with the
teachers. The agreement calls
for the school year to be
completed by June 7. Any
change would
probably
necessitate
a
mutual
agreement to change the date.
Rumor — We are going to
have a four-day school week.
Answer - False, at this time.
it becomes reality Henends OH
in.
with Lake Michigan except with hook and line and in
accordance with the size and daily limits prescribed
below or as may otherwise be provided by law.
Species - all species of trout and salmon; open season m?y be taken at any time; size limit -10 inches; daily
limit- five singly or combined; but no more than 3 lake
trout from Lake Michigan, Lake Charlevoix, and its
outlet or the Leland River. Approved August 10,1973.
Rumors are a persistent
part of daily conversation.
Some start as a result of wishful thinking, a joke or fear of
the unknown. I,et us deal with
a few rumors which affect the
Gaylord Community Schools.
.. TRANSPORTATION. Rumor — Because of the gas
shortage, there will net be any
spectator buses. A n s w e r False. The school is providing
spectator ouses, ana interested groups such as the
Gaylord Athletic Boosters
Club and the High School
Student Council are providing
the fluids so that the gas can
be purchased at a local service station. This saves the
school in two ways: First, we
don't have the gas to provide
for spectator buses. Second,
with the increase of approximately 70 percent in the
cost of fuel, we will have gone
into the "red" as far as the
budget for gasoline is concerned. Therefore, spectator
buses will be going to the
athletic contests; but the
funds wiii not be provided Dy
the school, nor will the
gasoline. The question could
be asked, "Why send them at
r_ t- _ l l
u n . i n . m i i u i i i T c i vn u a n c v^nai ICVUIA OIIU 113 CUIUieCUOn
STURGEON SIZE
LIMIT INCREASE
tQltftl HOUSING
Someone once told m<> that
Approved August 10, 1973.
iiiii
meeting and State Police
trooper Kurt VanDen Burg
will discuss prevention of
juvenile delinquency to ciose
die PTC series in May.
The PTC announces the
winning ticket in their
Christmas tree raffle will be
selected at 1 p.m. December
11 at Sanglier's Country Store
in Lewiston. The ceramic
Christmas tree donated by
Mrs. Calvert Boyle is on
display now at the grocery;
raffle tickets may be pur-
5 VA %
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at
jj
of e d C n y c o i " t o t a k e a n y u S i . By S p e a i ' m y o r b o w
Eichler will speak about
possibilities for forming a
fcraiip «r>hnnl
By T o m G i l l - S u p t .
Gaylord Community S c h o o l s
»M.Mt»M 2 0 , 1973, •?*? »rnenrls»ri t o r e a d * « fnll,~n.,,.
Prohibiting Spearing - Otsego Lake, Otsego
County; Fletcher Pond (Flood waters),
Alpena and Montmorency counties; Rose
Lake, Osceola County; and Crooked Lakes
and Lake George, Clare County.
The Natural Resources Commission, under
authority of Act 230, P.A. 1925, as amended,
orders that for a period of five years effective
January 1, 1974, it shall be unlawful during the
months of January and February to take any
species of fish by spearing upon or along the
warers of Giseyo Lake, Ctscgc County; Fletcher
Pond (Floodwaters), Alpena and Montmorency
T yv»ol
Keltic a tiou
Chalk Talk
The Natural Resources Commission, under
authority u? Act 220, P.A. '925, as amended,
orders that the Commission order of August n,
1972, for a period of four /ears effective Sep-
Workshops Presented
The Cheboygan-OtsegoPresque Isle Intermediate
School District is sponsoring a
career education workshop at
regret at his leaving, win.
sincere "Thank You" for
assistance he has gi/en
Unit.
RESTRICT SUCKER SPEARING SEASON
several Church groups. Mr.
Toms stated that he has a film
of interest to Senior citizens on
order. Anyone interested in
having showings of these films
or others he can tet from the
Lansin° office, should ca" him
at 732-4282.
It was announced that Peter
Graves vi "MissiOii Impossible" fame and Mrs.
Birch Bayh, wife of U. S.
Senator Bayh, will be National
co-chairmen of the 1974
Cancer
Crusade.
Duffy
Daugherty has been named
Michigan Crusade chairman.
The National Crusade Kick-off
will be held in Atlanta, Ga., on
January 10 and 11..
PTC Winter Dates
Features Programs
GLASS
732-5991
arises. This would eliminate
the necessity for her to call for
help at random, if anyone
would like to serve, call Mrs.
Amborski at 732-5226.
been
Medical
and
Professional
Education
chairman, is leaving Gaylord,
and the board expressed
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•50 SUITS
DISCOUNT CIOJHING AND SHOE STORES
201 OFF PRICE ;
Chalet 3nn
M a i n St.
Gaylord
31
$ Q 1 9 9 MEN'S
LADIES
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717 S. A d a m s , Bay C i t y / S e b e w a i n g / B a d A x e / W e s t Branch/Gaylord/East Tawas
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PARP
Piri.T
i hursd«y, uecemoer 6, »?73
ANNUAL
TAX SALE
upon each of the said several parcels
Cll \jtnri
u..»aiiu
shall appear m said Court, and file
with the clerk thereof their ot>
day of the t e r m of this Court above
mentioned, and that m default
thereof the s a m e will be taken as
confessed and a tudgment will be
taken and entered as prayed for in
said complaint And N s *urt*»er
ordered that m oursuance of s**»
judgment the lands describee
complaint for which a .'.egmajnt o*
sale shall be made will be sold for
the several taxes, interest and
charges thereon as determined by
such ludgment. on the first Tuesday
In M a y thereafter, beginning at MJ
o'clock a m on said day, or on the
day or days subsequent thereto as
may be necessary to complete the
sale of said lands and of each and
every parcel thereof, at the office of
the County Treasurer, or at such
convenient place as shall be selected
by him at the county seat of the
county of Otsego State of Michigan,
and that the sale then and there
made will be a public sale, and each
parcel described in the mdgment
shall be separately exposed for sale
for the total taxes, interest ^nd
charges, and the sale shall be made
to the person paying the full amount
charged against such parcel, and
accepting a conveyance of the
s m a i i e v tmtffVfrJed *ee ?imp! e . n
terest therein, or, if no person will
pay the taxes and charges and take a
conveyance of less than the entire
thereof, then the whole parcel shall
be offered and sold 11 any parcel of
land cannot be sold for taxes, in
terest and charges, such parcel shall
be passed over for time being, and
thalt, on m e succeeding day, or
before the close of the sale, be
reoffereo, ana IT on sucn second
offer, or during such sale, the same
cannot be sold for the amount
aforesaid, the County Treasurer
shail bid off the same in the name of
the State.
Witness the Hon Daniel F Walsh.
Circuit Judge, and the seal of said
Circuit Court of Otsego, County this
15th day of November A D . 1973
Countersigned,
Theodore W Werts Daniel F. Walsh
Clerk
Circuit Judge
S T A T E OF M I C H I G A N
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
run i He
C O U N T Y O F OTSEGO
In the M a t t e r of the Complaint of
All son G r e e n , State Treasurer of
f J p j M M n U
of said State, for m e sale of certain
lands for taxes assessed thereon
To the circuit Court for the County
of
OTSEGO
ALLISON
GREEN,
State
Treasurer of the State of Michigan,
respectful!-,- shew* ;,.-,?c lbs COuil.
the State of Michigan and makes and
files this complaint under, by virtue
of and pursuant to the provisions of
Act No 206of the Public Acts of 1893,
as amended, and Act No 380 of P A
1965. as amended
2 That Schedule A
annexed
hereto is the tax record required by
the act first above mentioned and
contains the description of all lands
in the aforesaid county upon which
taxes, which w e r e assessed for the
years mentioned therein, h a v e
remained unpaid for more than one
m v t
rmUtrnmr:
M
delinquent, the descr ption of all
lands in said county heretofore bid
off in the n a m e of the State and thus
held and upon which taxes which
were assessed subsequent to the tax
Ti. ..r.icr. ;_;"" 'z~?~ • - ? * • •*•**•»«•*••«•
State have remained unpaid for
more that one year after they w e r e
returned as delinquent
3 That extended separately m
said
schedule
agamst
each
description of said lands there'n
contained a r e ( a ) the total amour** of
d e l i n q u e n t t a x e s upon
said
description for the non payment of
which the s a m e m a y lawfully be sold
** Ota r.e\i
:rr..terest computed thereon as orovided
by l a w to the first day of M a y , next
ensuring, ( c ) a collection fee of four
per cent and (d) S3 00 for expenses
ail in accordance with provisions of
the act first above mentioned.
4 T h a t all of the aforesaid taxes,
interest a n d charges a r e valid,
delinquent and unpaid, and have
r e m a i n e d definquenf and unpaid tor
eni t>me to authorize and
require,
as p r o v i d e d by
the
foregoing acts, the saie of the
aforesaid parcels of land against
w e r * assessed and e r e
eat menenf
annual 'ax sate for the non payment
thereat, a n d that the saio taxes
action fee and expenses
90 exfendeo in said schedule against
each
parcel (
'•ere'.-.
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SCHEDULE " A "
T A X E S OF 1971 A N D
PRIOR Y E A R S
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1971
E a. 20 ft
S W ' , * of S E ' 4 f h
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N 2 0 d e g r e e s 2 6 ' E 182 6 ft
1971
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48.46
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of
SEV*
l i n e 290 f t
S 200
to N S U J l i n e , t h
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12
1971
24,.;i
C o m m a t N E c o r of G o v L o t 2 t h . S
00 d e g r e e s 2 0 ' E 126.13 f t , s 4 4
d e g r e e s 0 2 ' W 434 30 f t t o a T i r o n f o r
a P O . B t h S 37 d e g r e e s 14' E 2 2 0 7 0
ft to a T i r o n s t a k e o n t h e S h o r e l i n e
t h S 52 d e g r e e s 3 6 ' W 82 f t
S 29
d e g r e e s 0 4 ' W 30 59 ft N 38 d e g r e e s
4 5 ' W 215 52 f t . N 44 d e g r e e s E 117 f t .
t o P O B
of
SE'4
12
1971
NE'«.
of
S71 3 5
16
1971
267 17
E 4 5 0 f t . of S 120 f t . of N W , * W of U S
27.
SV* of S E V * of
Beg
2 rds
16
1971
SW'4
224.65
29
1971
ot 0 4
W o f R R , E W on S L o t
L o t 1 , W 267 f t , N 140 f t , E 267 f t
P O B
&beg2rds
S to
Wof RR, R W
A
200 f t N of S L o t L i n e , W 425 f t . , N 225
f t , W 225. f t , S 225 f t . to M e a n d e r
line N W ' l y a l g M line to W Sec L , N
264 f t E 650 f t , S 150 f t . , E 200 f t
N
ISO f t
E to Co
Rd
R W S to P
21
Beg
4 6 2 2 ft
1971
S of "« c o r
0.3
622.49
on
N L
of
S e c . t h . S 41 d e g r e e s 4 8 ' E 7 6 0 f t , S 3 /
degrees
3 2 ' W 249 7 ft
N 75
degrees
33' W ' 0 6 6 ft N 45 d e g r e e s O l ' E 276.7
f t . S 44 d e g r e e s 59- E 40 f t , N 45
48'" E
134 f t
t o P O B.
21
1971
173 50
C o m m a t a p t 219 9 ft S o f S E c o r
o r P o r Sal l i n o B e a c h t h S 3 d e c r e e s
20' W 2 6 . 5 ft S 8 2 d e g r e e s 4 6 ' w 79 8
f t . , N 16 d e g r e e s 15' W 28.5 f t N 84
d e g r e e s 0 6 ' E 89 2 f t . to P O B. p a r c e l
E.
21
1971
122.34
C o m m . 302 4 ft
S of S E c o r o f p l a t
of S a i l i n g B e a c h t h S 8 3 d e g r e e s 3 ' W
ou a t t s 7 d e g r e e s 3 0 ' E 6 9 2 f t . . N 89
d e g r e e s 57' E 46 9 f t . , N 3 d e g r e e s 20'
E 7 6 . 1 f t . t o P O B. P A R C E L
H.
21
1971
213.29
A l l t h a t p a r t of S E ' 4 o f N E ' 4
lying
S W I y of 1 75
21
Beg
525 7 ft
N IS degrees
E
132 f t
1971
EofSWcor
W 234 ft
Idylwild
to ang
ang.
th
T
degrees
plat
1971
59.83
S 15 d e g r e e s W 73 5 t t
75 i l M r # «
W
ill
of
B.
C o n w l i n e of B e e c h w o o d
N
'i
tend*
L O t 35
V> t n P n
w
13
v w i m u i > ii>
3
B
29
1971
173.50
Beg 101ft N 5 4 d e g . W o f N E cor cf
Lot 1 blk 4 of Point cComfort, S 45
deg 10*WI20 62ft , S 54 deg E 35 ft
N 43 deg 16 E 120 05 ft N $4 deg W
31 ft to P O 8
29
1971
173 50
C o m m 363 9 ft S A 1,380 9 ft E o f ' *
post bat Se
0 ft W
WOft. N l *
J 8
C o m m 1.446 S ft E A S 345 2 ft o f .
post bet Sec 31 A 32 for P O B th E
186 ft.. W » ft . W 186 ft S to P O 8
34 26
'•ne of 8t nk Rd '
i 332 5
to P O 8
33
f>LAT O F A R B U T U S B f ACM
A L«* 3 A Lots 4 A 5 A
NW'ly
• j Of
P L A T OF H . C. JOHNSON'S S U B .
Lot 36
1971
176 34
PLAT OF MALLARD FAIRWAYS
LOfS 20 A 21
1971
324.12
LOfS 80 A 81
1971
17 21
PLAT O F MC C O L M A N ' S
OTSEOOLAKE SUBDIVISION
Beg at SE cor of Lot 1, N 36 deg. 44'
E alg E'ly line 150 f t , N 59 deg. 37'
W 116.95 ft S 39 deg 34' W 137 ft., S
53 deg 16" E 123 ft to P O B.
1971
59408
Lot 3 A beg at SW cor Lot 2, N 36
deg 44' E 72 48 ft . S 77 deg 18' E 55 4
f t , S 2 deg 30'W 50 f t , N 87 deg. 30'
W 95 4 ft., to P O B.
1971
258.75
PLAT OF MOOSEHURST
Lots 17 to 42 mcl
3
1971
59 83
PLAT OF NAVAJO LAKE
Lot 83
1971
167 82
P L A T OF N A V A J O
RESERVATION
LOt 5 A 6 A 7
t\
tt
PLAT OF OTTAWA
RESERVATION
n iv
:t::
for P O R
fh
W 6 5 f t S 119ft , E 65ft , N to P O B
1971
116 67
PLAT OF R O L L I N G HILLS
Lot 43
1971
45 63
Lot 44
1971
45 63
PLAT OF SALLING BEACH
Lot 6
2
1971
150 78
PLAT O F SANDY B E A C H
Lot 38
1971
400 83
Lot 42
1971
88 26
l-Ot47
1971
15646
Lot 48
1971
150.78
P L A T O F SANDv B E A C H
NO. 2
LOt 60
1971
25 •••
Lot 72
1971
25 73
P L A T OF S k m i N O L E L A K E
Lot 59
1971
20 04
PLAT OF SENECA
RESERVATION
Lots 47 thru SO
1971
37 10
Lot 74
1971
82 56
Lot 135
1971
U.38
PLAT OF SUPERVISOR
LEWIS JENSEN-S
P L A T O F SKI V I E W
Lot 86
1971
355.37
Lot 94
i97i
51 3 1
PLAT OF S U M M E R S A
HOLMES SUBDIVISION
Lot 44 A E' ? Of Lot 45
1971
545 77
PLAT OF T A L L
T R E E ACRES
Lot 7
1971
3 1 43
PLAT OF WEST
*ir»p i f o c t
Lof20exc NSOft forM32
1071
CHARLTON
76 87
TOWNSHIP
T29N R I W
S 100 f t
of N 350 f t
line exc
W
of L o t 4 E Of "•»
250 f t
2
1971
T h a t p a r t of W 13 of N E ' 4
Little
Bear
Lake
1070 ft
W588ft
deg
E
1971
W of S E cor
N6dei
50'
ft.,
Of E ' J
N
9
56.02
15 d e g
E
1971
Of N E ' 4
2952
1971
2952
Of E ' j Of S E ' *
9
1971
Of
SW"4
18.91
S 2 0 0 tt. Of N ' - j Of N'^j Of G o v t
9
1971
W ' j o f E ' 1 Of E ' J Of G o v t
E'J
6
N ' j Of N ' j o f S E ' 4
LOt2
18859
L O t 4.
1971
294 6 3
23
uc..s
1071
1971
'8
1971
Lots 1 to 12 mcl
1971
n
Lot 2 A S 10 ft of Lot 1
21
1971
E n t i r e Blks.
23
SO
13 58
Of N E ' 4 Of
1C71
SE'4
38 7 0
SW'4
23
M B U I T U
PLAT
8 2 34
1971
61.34
61.34
61.34
1971
197!
L o t 77
PLAT
OF WEST
TWIN
BAY SHORES
T29N R I W
1971
CHESTER
Of
Comm
of
12
20
1971
jj
;,c
L o t s 4 to 9 i n c l
L o t s 10 A
part
of
of N W ' 4
66.46
of
NW'4
S 275 ft.
1971
RR
of
R
SE
2 1 57
NW'«
W
99 35
139 17
10
1971
133 73
HAYES
WjOfSE'4
of S ' j
S' 2 Of S
1971
16 42
1971
14160
15
1971
108.79
B e g a t N E c o r of N E ' 4 o f S E ' 4 , 14
r d s S a l g E b d y of N E ' * of S E ' 4 f o r
" O B
W 13 r d s . S 13 r d s . E 13 r d s
N to P O B.
1971
of S E ' 4
1971
of
1971
E ' J ol
E'j
55.88
W of
20
3474
lying
, 34
1971
108.79
B e g 17 r d s 3' j f t S of N W c o r
of
S W ' 4 of N E ' 4 t h S 10 r d s 5' j f t . , E
29 r d s to R R, R W N a l g R W 10 r d s
5' j f t , W 29 r d s to P O B
34
1971
18808
Beg a t N W c o r
o f S W ' 4 of N E ' 4 t h
S 17 r d s 3' J ft E 29 r d s t o R R , R W
N a l g W s i d e o f R W 17 r d s 3' j ft , w
29 r d s . to
P O B
34
1?71
A S E ' 4 Of N W ' *
29 44
A E'j
Of SW'4 A N W ' 4 Of SE'4
35
1971 1,150 64
W ' j Of SW'4 Of S E ' 4 .
35
1971
410.22
N ' J Of N W *
35
1971
151 08
CORWITH TOWNSHIP
T 32N R 3W
V I L L A G E OF V A N D E R B l L T
A parcel of land 231 ft N A S A 440 ft
E A W m SE cor of N 1,208 tt of
N W ' i of S E ' 4 E of M C R R
22
1971
34290
The S 206.8 ft. of that part of the
SW'4 Of N E ' 4 W of M C R R
27
1971
4781
BERRY'S ADDITION
TOVILLAGE
OF V A N D E R B l L T
LOtS 11 A 12
Lots 57 A 58
LOt 82
Lot 93
Lots 119 to 120 mcl
Of
SW'4
204.20
of N W ' 4 Of N E ' *
21
1971
29 82
S ' j of
N ' 2 Of S E ' 4
Of
SW'4
29
N'j
of S ' j
1971
of S E ' 4
of
S j of S ' j
SW4
VAflUEKBILT
T J2N R 3W
6
1971
286 22
G U L B E R G A D D I T I O N TO
VILLLAGE OF V A N D E R B l L T
T32N R3W
o> j at 6
S
1971
5964
7
1971
31 33
Lots 6 A 7
ROBINSON'S A D D I T I O N
TOVILLAGE
OF V A N D E R B l L T
T 32N R 3W
2 A 3 A 4
•»
W71
45 50
5 A 6 A 7 A 8
4
1971
5964
10 A 11 A 12
5
1971
994.35
13 A 14 A 15 A 16
5
1971
59 64
6
WARRENS
TO
VANDERBlLT
A 8
6
DOVER
61 66
TOWNSHIP
T J I N R 2W
C'jmm
at
SE
3
?0»4
a t SE cor of S W * of
Sec
0 r d s , N 8 r d s . E 10 r d s , S 8
to P O 8
17 8 4
8LMIRA
TOWNSHIP
T 3IN R 4W
208
SW'4
1971
IUWNSHIP
of
sec
« 55
N
to
P O B .
Beo
at S E c o r
1971
.th
231.02
W on S t
sumers
to
Power
P O B
741 < ft
R
5
W
of
101.35
t h . W 2 7 5 ft
10 r d s . of
B.
284.69
1971
of N E V * .
10
S ' ' j of S W ' 4 Of
N ' 2 of
W
1971
NWV*.
9
NW"*
56.64
1971
NWV*
42 72
11
1971
83.49
S of E 1 3 o f W V j of S E '* o f S W *
13
1971
14.17
S 331 f t . o f N 993 f t . o f W V j o f W
32
Beg
NE
1,320 ft
cor.
NW'LY
'OtoNSec
1,
7
25 34
th
Okemos
p l a t to N W ' L Y
L E 875ft
32
N 340 f t . Of E ' j
Of
33
1
1971
W of N E c o r
Lot
alg
to P
Sly to
Trails,
cor
Lot
O B
1971
34 29
NE'*
1971
1865
N 3 3 0 f t . o t S 9 9 0 ft
of E ' » of
33
N 370 f t . o f S 2 , 5 9 0 f t
1971
1865
Of E ' / j Of S W V * .
34
1971
e x c . S 2,333 f t .
of N W ' 4
34
1971
SUBDIVISIONS
HAYES
TOWNSHIP
SE'*
1865
18.65
T 29N R 4W
T 30N R 4 W
Lot
Lot
Lot
LO*
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lo»
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
LOt
P L A T O F ARROW SHORES
T 30N R 4 W
24
1971
36.54
36
1971
36.54
37
1971
36.54
63 A 64
1971
38.78
75
1971
20.87
79
1971
20.87
00 A 91
1971
3878
109
1971
14 17
112
1971
14 17
116
1971
14 17
135
,1971
14.17
136
1971
14.17
137
1971
14.17
138
1971
14.17
I n t 144
Lot
lot
Lot
LOt
147
151
152
194
1971
IV71
14.17
14 17
1971
MM
1971
14.17
PLATOF ARENAC TRAILS
T 30N R 4 W
LOt 14
1971
14.17
L o t s 32 A 3 3
L o t 37
L o t 38
I n»e .11 J_ - J
1971
1971
,971
""•"•
25 34
Lot 52
Lot 53
1*971
1971
14.17
14.17
14 17
25 "i«
14 : 7
PLATOF HEDLEY L A
D O R O T H Y M T U R N E R NO. 1
T 30N R 4W
L o t
16
1971
38 78
PLATOF INDIAN HILLS
T SON R 4 W
L o t 10
1971
70.06
LOt 19
1971
70.06
L o t s 28 A 29
1971
137 14
LO'30
1971
70 06
Lot 39
1971
70.06
LOTS 51 A 5 2
1971
137.14
Lot 53
1971
7006
L o t 77
1971
168 44
1971
Lotsll4A115
2534
1971
L o t 136
14 17
1971
L o t 153
14 17
iv/ 1
14 I?
1971
L o t 172
14 17
1971
L o t 173
14.17
1971
L o t s 175, 176 A 177
3655
1971
L o t 222
16 42
1971
L o t 246
1642
197!
Lot 250
16 4 2
1971
L o t 266
3
6.55
1971
L o t 273
36 55
1971
L o t s 292 A 2 9 3
2534
1971
L o t s 3 5 0 A 351
25.34
1971
L o t s 3 5 8 A 359
25 34
1971
L o t 371
14 17
1971
L o t s 373 A 374
2 5 34
1971
LOt 375
14 17
1971
14 17
Lot 376
P L A T O F O K E MOS TRAILS
T 30 N R 4 W
cots 8 A 9
1971
29 83
' A 16
1971
29 83
u O » s 2 6 A 27
1971
79f3
. o t 53
16 42
LOfS 89 A 9 0
-0198
L o t s 135 A 136
A 191
LOtS 209 A 210
224 A 225
PLAT
OF
1971
1971
1971
1971
1971
1971
SOUTH E R N
T JON R 4 W
1971
«•
N208
to P O 8 .
7S 14
Lots 72 A 73
1971
25 34
PLAT OF TUSCOLA T R A I L S
T30N R 4 W
70 06
Lot 9
1971
136 23
1971
LOtS 32 A 33
29 83
1971
Lots 97 A 98
16.42
1971
Lot 103
29 83
1971
Lots 104 A 105
16 42
1971
Lot 118
16 42
1971
LOt 123
18 65
1971
LOt 151
Lots IS A 19
UW.73 LOt 51
16
29
16
29
29
29
315
29
42
83
42
83
83
83
99
83
TRAILS
70
136
136
70
70
70
36
105
06
23
23
06
06
06
55
85
T31N
NE'*
f i t *
cor , 10 rds E A
n SE
rdt
N A s
PLAT OF W I L O W O O O
SUBDIVISION
T J6NR 7W
TOWNSHIP
R3W
A S E V * Of N E ' / * A
exc
Hwy
R
of S W ' i
SEV*
W.
1971
Ly.ng
E
9
337.94
of
1-75
1971
33 4 6
A p a r c e l of L a n d 9 7 0 f t . E A W A 360
ft
N A Sin SEcor
ot
SW'4.
18
S 52
rds.
MCRR.R
NE'4
SE'4
of
N A
Of
1971
NW'i
of
WAS32rds.
of S E ' - 4 e x c
200 f t
SEU
E
of
o f N 6 0 r d s . of
320 ft.
S in S E
145 08
E A W
By
cor.
28
1971
275.78
29
1971
7406
W A N 3 1 d e g . 5 0 ' W 310 f t
of S E c o r
of G o v ' t L o t 3 a s P . O . B , N
31 d e g
li
Gaylord Middle School
. - ^ x . „v
« « . u u i u e ot
5 0 ' W 156 f t . , W 7 4 0 9 ft . S 16
O i l C «»
«n
POB
»»«**-1
* ..w .^v.^ia WCJ e visiting th|
Tu'uiiu* for the evening T ^
baby, who according to
repons iTGiTi un* parents, haa
been suffering from a slight
phlegmatic condition, was m
to bed Saturday evening. T 8
parents last checked the child
When the parents tried ta
arouse the child about lojj
a.m., it was discovered th«
she was not breathing
Assistant County Medical
Examiner H. Charles Nelson
has ruled that the child died df
natural causes.
_
Funeral services were held
this week in West Branch.
television programs.
In the sixth grade, they're
also in the Pee-Wee basketball.
in the eighm grade, we had
a math test on Friday,
November 30. In room 20,
we're studying the United
States natural resources. It
says that we have more oil in
the western United States in
the rocks than any place in the
at the Gaylord Unitw
Methodist Church. The
program will be under the
direction of Rolland Block a3
will be accompanied on
piano by Mrs. Raymo!
Gilmore.
The chorus of 45 voices ...
feature Rev. Charles Hewitt
as the narrator. The solois'5
are Eileen Catt, Mary BarfJ
Mary Paukert and StephS
Glidden. The 45 minute
program, performed withdffl
interruption, includes te|j|f
taken directly from the Kil^
James version of the Bible.
The newly formed Otsego
Choral Society is open w
anyone in the Otsego tounty
area who is interested in
belonging to an active choral
group. The present board ot
directors is Mary Barnt
Chairman; Craig Denhoifi,
Vice-Chairman; EveM
Woodman,
SecretaryTreasurer and board mfifnbers Jeanne Busch, Donaia
Halverson and Stephen
Glidden.
1971
53.74
OTSEGO L A K E TOWNSHIP
T29NR3W
Comm N E cor of SE"4 of SWVa th.
N 88 deg 22'W a l g . '/• line 108 ft th 1
deg SOW 122. 63 ft. to P . O B th. S 1
dc~. 5C'V" 7'1 o c th J"' " ****** V.' '.CA ft
th N 1 deg. 50'E 60 ft t h . N 87oeg. E
150 ft. to P.O.B.
29
1971
61 37
SUBDIVISIONS
OTSEGO L A K E T O W N S H I P
T 29N R 3W
PLATOF BRADFORD LAKE
SHORES S U B D I V I S I O N
Lot 46 lying W ' l y of Creek A a strip of
land 1 foot w i d e lying E of Creek.
1971
15254
P L A T O F E D N A SCHOTTE'S
SUBDIVISION N O l
Lot 19
1971
26 17
LOt 20
1971
26 17
Lot 21
1971
26 17
P L A T OF G I L M A N ' S BIG
BRADFORD LAKE
SUBDIVISION
Lot 39
1971
22.86
P L A T O F H E A R T L A K E NO 2
Lot 81
1971
277.60
P L A T O F M E H R i T S CHUB
LAKE SUBDIVISION
Lot 9
1971
32.90
Lot 21
1971
101.69
Lot 22
1971
32.90
P L A T OF O T S E G O L A K E
Lot 10
15
1971
29.91
L0»s26».27
65
1971
71 79
Lots 2 A 3 exc. State H w y R W
81
1971
1496
P L A T O F O T S E G O SANDS
SUBDIVISION
T29N R3W
Lot 15
1971
221.32
P L A T OF T O P O ' M I C H I G A N
SUBDIVISION
Lot 26 exc State H w y R W 0 15
acres.
16
1971
16 24
PI A T O P
pvenino
rw-orr.K™» n 0 _ .
o>
rifiiin
«, c U 4jji
28
WATERS
T 29N R 3W
Lot 46 A N 25 ft. of Lot 45
1971
281 14
Lot 72 exc.
1971
262.05
Lot 72 lying W ' l y of Creek A a strip of
land l foot wide lying E of Creek
1971
'68 62
Lots 75, 76 A 77
1971
45760
CITY OF G A Y L O R D
Lot 3
1
1971
265 45
NVj of Lot 6
..
7
1971
95 24
L o t l 2 a n d E 6 0 f f of Lot 13
10
1971 1,407.56
W 7 2 f t exc N 29'/j ft. of Lot 13
10
197!
564.18
13
i971
rds. S 4 rds. W 7 ' j rds. N to P O . B
1971
448.87
N 123 ft of S 312 ft of W 312 ft of W
F r ' l " j of N W ' i sec. 3 T 30N R 3W.
1971
133 67
c o m m . at SW cor Lot 6 Blk 4 Geo.
H Smiths Add r u n E 8 rds S 4 rds. w
8 rds N to P O B sec 4 T 30N R 3W
1971
30280
v o m m . 595 ft S of 4th St on w I me
of S. Illinois Ave . th. S to S'»
Line W on SMr, to W'/e line th N
on W Mi line to P t Due E of P O B
th E to P o B exc W 170 ft sec. 4 T
30N R 3W.
1971
387.37
Comm 653."1 ;;. N of 5'"* Post m. N
along % line 300.5 ft. W at right
Angles 331 6 ft. to R.R R W th S
along R W 3 0 6 2 f t E to P O B
1971
1,379 00
Beg. 80 ft N of N E cor. cf Lot 4
Grendv.ew Add on W L of S Court
St , th N 80 8 ft , N 76 deg 36'W
137.17 ft s 114 2 f t . N 89 deg I 6 E
132 1 ft. to P O B
Robert M c N a m a r a ,
Agent
732 5537
Gaylord
1Q7QI Tn F n o l i o V i «>*> t/vnV **>•«•
-..
o—"**» " * • * * * * *
~ - ~
on words and meanings.
**• uvivm.1., fctrC peopxc a r e
already in chapter 11: Duane
Snook and Eric Lichteig. Also,
Dave DaMaree, "Bucky"
MacNamara,
and
Greg
Norton. "Locker of the week"
presentation has been going
good, and this week's award
goes to locker 71. It belongs to
Duane Snook and Bob Tankee.
The school newspaper will
come out by next week. So,
this is your report saying, so
long!
grade we have new reading
books. They are called
Specific Skill Series. They are
really fun.
We are all ready started
making things of Xmas. We
Lewiston
Elementary
BY PAM HUBBEL
Kindergarten:
Mrs.
Gangler's Kindergarten is
busy making decorations for
their room to make their room
look pretty for the holiday.
They are practicing the
number "6" in their numbers
work. The art classes are busy
making art room & classroom
Christmas decorations.
The music classes are very
busy learning words of songs
and practicing for their
Christinas Program to be held
on Wednesday, Dec. 9.
First Grade: The first grade
received their book order
yesterday. We are thrilled
with the book "Mickey's
Magnet" because we are
studying magnets. We have a
table with objects so we can
decide whether they are attracted by a ma°net. We are
also doing other experiments.
Second Grade: We've been
doing some interesting things
in school. Last week we went
to an assembly. At the
assembly we saw some little
dogs doing tricks. We enjoyed
watching them.
We see interesting movies,
too. YeatcTuay we saw one
about a dairy farm.
We have made Oiristmas
trees for our bulletin board.
We are practicing for a
Christmas program.
Fourth Grade: In the fourth
UV1.H
working on book reports in
English. We are also studying
more about nouns and verbs.
In arithmetic we have been
reviewing division with three
and four digit dividends. Our
geography unit is about the
New England States. We're
making dioramas showing
what we think each state
would like at Christmas time.
We're getting ready for
Christmas in both art and
music.
We've
made
decorations for our room and
are learning new songs for our
Chjristmas program.
The sixth grade has been on
our toes working hour after
hour.
I've asked Mr. Russell (6th
grade teacher) about a
commont on the class. His
comment was, "You're all
doing fine, I'm really happy to
be working with you."
Also we are having try outs
for the Xmas program. The
play is called The Seven Stars.
I hope you will come to the
Xmas program, and to the
kids that are trying out, GOOD
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The thrill of another
basketball season has started
once more but something is
missing. School spirit in
I suppose they could get
along without you but think
how much better they could do
because of you. Get their
Ga/iutu
adrenalin flowing!
Higit
is
becoming
extinct. If you're sick of
hearing
about il, do
something. What's wrong with
cur student body? All I see are
excuses why you don't need to
cheer.
If any of you readers can
think of a good enough reason
whv vou should not back our
team and cheer them on to a
victory, I'll eat this column!
Obviously everyone knows I
won't eat this column because
NO good reason exists.
So what's wrong? Is it
immature to root for your
team? Do people look at you
as if you're nuts? They don't
look at the cheerleaders like
that so start a new trend.
Don't be afraid to show the
guys you are with them.
This team has worked hard
for three weeks getting ready
for their season. They are
ready out you aren't, i t s
ridiculous! The guys are part
of our school. Give them a pat
on the back. Tell them you
know they'll win. Assure uieni
they will do their best If you
were to switch places with
them you would want the
same treatment. It's not any
egotistical thing; it's just a
feeling that people are behind
you and know you're a winner.
You have to want to win first
and a boost of morale always
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for a period of five years effective January 1,1974, on
the 'J; est Lakes and connecting waters, it is unlawful
with spear or bow and arrow to take (a) walleye,
The Natural C^O'.irC?? P o r n r n ' * 5 ' f > n
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authority of Act 230, P.A. 1925, as amended,
Congratulations on a job
well done, honors bauu
members. Interested music
lovers can hear these and
other students at the
Christmas band concert on
Dec. 17. It's at 8 p.m. in the
High
School
Physical
Education plant
Don's Sport and Marine, Old
27 South, will hold a free clinic
for snowmobile owners on
Wednesday, Dec. 12, from 7:30
to 8:30 p.m.
Don Butcher, owner of the
snowmobile firm,
said
mechanics will be on hand to
show snowmobilers proper
procedures in snowmobile
maintenance. The public is
invited. In fact, you don't have
to be a snowmobile owner to
attend.
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of N E ' 4
of
and SW'4 of N E ' 4 and W 395 ft. of
N E " 4 f h E 5 2 5 f t S 200 ft W 525 f t N
SE'4 of N E ' 4
200 f t to P O B
20
1971
135 55
18
1971
227 9 1
SE'4 of N W ' 4 a n d S 1155 ft of N E ' 4 S W * Of N E ' * A N W ' 4 of S P ,
01 .tvi-* exc a parcel of Lano 330 ft
20
1971
i J 7 91
E A W A 264 ft N A S in N W cor Of
W ' j 0 ' £ • , of W j of E ' j o f N W " .
the S 1155 ft of N E ' 4 of NW 4
22
1971
28 7 1
20
1971
103 75
W " j o f W > , o f W ' , o f W ' j of N W ' 4
Beg 635 ft E o f S W c o r . t h N 390 f t .
23
1971
9« 7 6
E 223 ft. S 390 ft . W 223 ft to P O 8
E 340 ft
n ft. of S j l v , n g S
20
1971
87 85 Of Old R R , R w
W 395 ft Of N E * 4 0f S E ' - ano K W q
24
1971
159 42
of S E ' *
SUBDIVISIONS
20
77 23
CHESTER TOWNSHIP
W 12 A Of S E ' 4 Of S E ' .
T 29N R JW
20
1971
24 22
T ION R 2W
Beg at S»4 post, th W 15 rcf.
P L A T O F BASS L A K E P A R K
r d s . E 15 rds , S 15 rds , to P O 8
T 29N R 2W
22
1971
66 63 L o f S l O A l l
C o m m at SE cor of N E ' - N along
PLATOF HAVENWOOO
e 300 ft f o r P O B Th W 3 0 0
SUBDIVISION
ft., N 400 ft . E 300 ft.. S 400 ft to
TJ0NR2W
POB
LOt 82
25
1971
188 59 Lot 83
78 54
Comm e t N W c o r th SOOdeg 05'W LOt 86
•'08 32
S 66 deg 58 E 27
PLATOF RANOER LAKE
* n P A A n< t u < « < » - c oc ,
>v*wi 'iiiUfi
dag
SS'30-w i » 3 : ft to W a t e r s
T 7 9 N R JW
E d g e t h N 74 deg
deg
Beg «90 4ff. Wof N E ^
« 150 •" •<• '50 ft E 150 ft
11
1971
5 7 27
SW;4
ui
Wri'-'m
e«t.
vui'numtrj
r O r r e i " R W iV» m 32 * u n
7
1971
77 23
N ' : of S E ' 4 o f N E ' 4 e x c . 315 f t E A
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138 33
PLAT OF AU SABLE
I S T A T 8 S SUBDIVISION
1971
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PLAT OF ELMAC HILLS
SUBDIVISION
T31N R IW
LOt 14
1971
3481
LOt 39
1971
3"0 06
LOt 64
1971
3ii8 26
Outlet A
1971
34 81
PLAT OF VILLAGE OF
JOHANNESBURG
T30N R IW
Lots 1 A 2
188 59
8
1971
Lots 4 to 9 A W ' j o f Lot 10
225 69
1971
Lots 12
Lots6A7
N ' i O f S E ' 4 Of N E ' 4 e x c
W66ft
9
1971
15677
W ' 7 Of E ' j
L o t 12
of S E ; 4 t h
B.
2
Of N E ' 4
;;;;
SUBDIVISIONS
CHARLTON TOWNSHIP
T 2 9 N R IW
T30N R IW
T31N R IW
P L A T O F K A T H Y R N A.
MEFFERNANS BEAR
LAKE SUBDIVISION
T 2 9 N R IW
of
1 0 ' W 5 7 0 4 3 f t , N 83
565 55
871 12 f t . , S t o P O
E'j
::
Sub
2
Beg
S E ' . t h W 2 0 6 . S 2 i 8 f f , E 206 ft. N to
284.03
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from TO
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a
P L A T O F P A R K W O O D SUB.
Lot 17
1971
204.77
P L A T OF P I N E
ACRES E S T A T E S
Lot 16
1971
628 17
Lot 20
1971
45 63
P L A T OT "!N'C S R i A S
LOt 54
197i
2573
PLAT OF PLEASANT V I E W
Lot 25
1
1971
201 92
Lot 8
3
1971
20 04
LOt 9
3
1971
145 08
Lot 10
3
1971
20.04
Lot 16
12
1971
20.04
PLAT OF POINT COMFORT
E n t i r e Exc E 150 ft.
5
1971
429 25
PLAT O F POINT SUNSET
Comm at N E cor. of Lot 1 Blk 4 th.
n n I fit 1 m o 114 I t
' • « m To
TQI4I 01
1971
15.77
22
1971
715 10 Lot 140
PLAT OF W O O D L A N D
Beg a t S W c o r of S E ' « of SE>4 th N
ESTATES
624 ft E 277 ft S 624 ft . W to P O B
T 30N R 2W
23
1971
87 85
LOt 20
!»71
23' «
E'» Of W ' , of SW'4
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It
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1*1 4A
T 32N R 2W
N W ' 4 Of N E ' 4
NE 4 Of N E ' 4
A SW'4 Of N E ' 4
25
1971
151.46
3
1971
135 22
BeO 681 ft <; r># M B A * . - . u s i
~.
MU4
9
29
1971
173 50
Begin 172ft N 5 4 d e g W o f N E cor
of Lot ! Blk 4 of Pomt Comfort. S 44
deg 45'W120 3 1 « S 54 deg E 35 f
N 42deg 22' W 119.76 ft. N 54 deg W
30 ft. to P O B.
29
1971
,73 50
Beg N 54deg W 142 ft of N E cor of
Lot 1 blk 4 of Point comfort, th S 42
deg 22 W 119.76 ft , S 54 deg E 35 ft
N 45 deg >0'E 120 62 ft . N 54 deg W
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CHARLTON
TOWNSHIP
T 1AU O IUU
o t E ' J of S W t o of SPV4
d »«en
-ended
PLAT OF B R I N K S A C R E S
Lot 2
1971
20 04
... . » **0- f u c o n u i t i r i K
" SHORES
Lots I i A 57
i»7i
25.37
LOt 64
1971
17 21
PLAT OF I D L Y W I L O PARK
Ave.
62 deg. *<T w 60 f t , S 51 deg. 35' W
67 95 ft., S 54 degs E 54 15 ft N 44
deg 45' E 120 31 ft. N 54 deg w 27ft
to P O B.
it
1A7 *•>
from
degrees E 66 ft th S 75 degrees E
132 ft. to P O B.
29
1971
230.34
Begin 199ft N 54 deg W o f N E cor.
v/i kAM » WIFV •* ut r v n t t
CU
I
1071
132 f t , N 7 5
P a r k , S to P . O
29
Comm
of Sec , t h .
E 2 0 6 f t . . S 75
N 15 d e g r e a s E
degrees
2 5 73
0 * » i ' »'
OF »>»n
1?71
22 88
197.1
14 38
Lot 96
PLAT O F B I R C H W O O D B A N K S
uot 70 A Lot 71
*
U
1971
37.10
C o m m 33 f t S of N W c o r G o v t . L o t 1
a s P O B th E 20 ft S 9 d e g . 5 3 . 5 ' E
4 4 6 ft K a s s u b a L , t h w a l g L a k e t o
W I m e o f G o v t L o t 1, t h N t o P O B
S'j
III
To
y, \',
S 591 ft 10 m of N 891 ft 10 in of WVj,
o f N W f r l ' « e x c beg 24 rds. JO in S 4
» rds. E of NW cor. of Sec., th S 30
rds . E 18 rds, N 30 rds, W IS rds., to
POB
TO'41 •«
T4-'
• L-»f9»»
trim
Lot 89 A ^Ot 90
law
upon e a c h of the said several parcels
« M M V
or »»/c»i
provides.
d That your plaintiff m a y have
such other and further relief m the
premises as to this court m a y seem
iust and equitable
And your plaintiff will ever p r a y ,
etc
D s t c d . Kuve.-r.tcr S. '.973
ALLISON G R E E N
State Treasurer of the State of
Michigan
for and in behalf o' said State
It is ordered that said complaint
will be brought on for hearing and
judgment a t the January term of
th.s Court, to be held at Gaylord in
the County of Otsego State of
M i c h i g a n , on the 2nd day of January
A D 1974, at the opening of the Court
on that day, and that all persons
interested m such lands or any part
thereof, desiring to contest the lien
claimed thereon by the State of
M i c h i g a n , for such faxes, interest
tK*u
OMC-P'-O*
c. ^ nat said tudgment proviqe mat
m default of the payment so ordered
of th» «.*id several sums computed
and extended agamst amount ad
ludged agams* the s a m e , shall
No 809
On reading and filing the com
pia.nt of the State Treasurer of the
State of M i c h i g a n praying for a
ludgment ,n favor of 'he State of
M i c h i g a n , agamst each parcel of
land therein described, for the
amounts therein specified, claimed
to be due for taxes, interest and
charges on each such parcel of land.
and such lands to sold for the
amounts so claimeo by the State of
Michigan
Mitmr
»t4'»IOf
That within the time provided
by law this coyrt m a k e a finoi
ludgment m favor of the State of
M i c h i g a n agamst each parcel of said
•ends for the payment of the several
amo'jntsof taxes, interest, collection
fee and expenses, as computed and
lee ... xi.u •chedwle a g a i n * !
the several parcels of land therein
contained.
" ' " > « " o f t e n , Siaie treasurer of
tho State ot M i c h i g a n , for and in
fcohalf of said State, for the sale of
certain tanas for taxes assessed
thereon
V...«>0»
TOIOI 0«
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5T&TE nc " i C ' C A N
IN T H E C I R C U I T COURT
FOR T H F
u*UM-
,n • ; • * ; r k ^ „ i .
•herein ex'ended.
STATE OF MICHIGAN
IN T H E C I R C U I T C O U * T
FOR T H E
C O U N T Y OF OTSEOO
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rt»lrr,lwi
Maby Dead
In Bed
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tho btot arrpianM (Cosono I90t) arm tn* twv
Whatawaf you do you can do K bettor K you fly
Itiscairpr
flying
We're Open Everyday
At The Otsego County Airport
Gaylord
Phone Ut At 517-732-9423
H
r*A<ifc T E N
T h u r s d a y , December 6,1973
^rald'pmc
Energy
Problem
On Agenda
meet tonight, December 6. at 8:00 p.m. in the Bud Jones
Insurance office.
Major subjects tu be discussed are: what the community can do to conserve fuel and electric power, how
business people can off-set the threat of reduced tourist
business because of a gasoline shortage through
provisions for snowmobile storage and other possible
acuons, and piaru> fur uie iJT-i wiitUsr carnival January iz
and 13.
Board members hope that any Chamber of Commerce
member who has a suggestion will attend the meeting and
All who a r e likelv
to rpRH tru* will ae aware
of .» groat
spiritual crisis confronting mankind in this age.
Old religions faiths are collapsing under the shock of some
new and terrible force from Hell Civilization itself reels under
the Impact of the perversion and degradation of the per
missive society', political structures are serovsly affected
and are wilting under the thrust of the universal corruption.
The light of truth and love is beign suffocated in the gathering
darkness of hatred and error.
We would like you to know that Heaven warned us of this
very great danger by a spectacular intervention in 1917 At
Fatima, a small vilage m Portugal, three little children were
"••»•'f'l in x r*\j*\at.nn
imm Hpavcn of fhP ftutrtijl
nuril
parts.
TERMS
•nufactured
AVAILABLE
FQCHTMA.N MOTOR COM PANY> jiir
BANK CREDIT CABOS ACCEPTED AT A L L n COCATWii.
INLAND TROUT AND SALMON REGULATIONS
UU.uLI
•„..».....»..
I'IWUIII.
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VUII
IIIIIJOIUI
a u t n o r i t y of A c t 165, P.A. 1929. as a m e n d e d , and
A c t 230, P.A. 1925, as a m e n d e d , o r d e r s t h a t for a
per od of f i v e y e a r s e f f e c t i v e J a n u a r y 1, 1974, no
person shall t a k e or a t t e m p t to take a n y species
of t r o u t or s a l m o n f r o m any of the i n l a n d w a t e r s
of this s t a t e e x c e p t by hook a n d line d u r i n g t h e
WATC
open
seasons
prescribed,
and
within
m i n i m u m size l i m i t s and m a x i m u m
the
possession
l i m i t s i n d i c a t e d below.
Your
Statewide
open
designated t r o u t
GOOD LISTENING STATION
message through some Satanic intervention. If you wish that it
oe made known, with its enormous implications and prophetic
insights, please send a small donation to cover «he cost of this
column, which must, by necessity, be published as a paid
advertisement. Your donation will make another column
possible next Saturday and that will deal with the prophecies of
rz',~,5
MEDICAL
Paul Marciniak, Agnes
Baum, Elizabeth Kutz, Peter
VanderWaals, George
fgwwski; Eut»«u t appac,
NEXT CENSUS
Clara Ransier. Willa Young,
rtosemary
6z Ralph
Jack Middlebrook, Heather
Lancaster,
Anthony Holewinski, Baby boy.
Zaborowski, Frank Payne,
boy.
Bernice Vess.
Straight From
the Horse's
that
Ho-manufactured e n g i n e s bv
Cloverland a r e dis-assembta
piece by piece-cleanod-and re.
in riorrnern micnigan
seasons
on
lakes shall
all
streams
be f r o m
and
the
last
Saturday in A p r i l t h r o u g h the last d a y in Sep-
I
I
t e m b e r cr. c!! t r e j t cr.d zz',.•,»,,.
any
t i m e f o r a l l t r o u t and s a l m o n , oize l i m i t s
for
•
I
brook t r o u t s h a l l be 7 i n c h e s ; a l l other t r o u t a n d
RADIO 900
anu keep rOu iriiCiniicuoi iu iiie uuiiine iiiai nibiory is
to take in this apocalyptic age.
Please help us with your prayers and if you can afford a
donation send it to the President.
salmon shall be 10 inches. The d a i l y
t r n i j f ariri
limit
for
c a l m o n $h=>M b e f i v e f i s h S i n r , ! v / C
In
combination.
NEWS-WEATHER-SPORTS
The above r e g u l a t i o n s
Up-To-The-MinuH
Legion of Mary c o Mable
Jensen, Rte 3, Box 251, Gaylord,
Michigan 49735.
apply except
that
five
dition to the c o m b i n a t i o n
The NELSON
FUNERAL HOME
732-2133 or 732-4430
list of f i v e f i s h .
Ap-
1202 W. M i t c h e l l St.
proved August 10, 1973.
Gey lord
The Lord Is My Shepherd
Hi llfill m
Vanderbilt
Msgr. Francis Kaminski
Sunday Mass at 10 00a.m.
Frederic
Rev. Paul R. Aumiller
Sunday School 10:00 a m , Morning Worship 11:00
a.m.. Evening Worship 7.30 p.m., Youth Service,
Wednesday 7.00 p.m. Prayer Service, Thursday,
7:30 D.m.
Second and Center Streets
Ted Engel, Jr., Pastor
Sunday School 9.45 a.m.. Church Service 11:00
a.m.. M i d w e e k Fellowship Service, Wednesday
8:00 p m.
and a weddna. and a wonderfui
Lvificut
26:3-12
life together with their children
•
If he's THE RIGHT ONE!
Monday
John
4:4-26
lioiah
35:1-10
Barbie is—in fact, they met at Sunday School! Their
Thursday
John
10:1-18
•
Friday
John
11:21 27
•
•
Saturday
Wednesday
John
1:12-19
families
worship regularly . . . they seek the some moral and spiritual
aims.
•
Tv«tday
John
635-51
way
Vanderbilt
Rev. Robert H.Shaffner
Sunday School. 10 00 a.m.. Morning Worship,
11 00 a.m., intermediates, Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.,
C.C.Y.F., Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.. Choir practice,
Thursday, 7 30 p.m.
Old 27 South
Mark Short, Minister
Bible Study 1000 a.m., Morning Worship 11:00
a.m., Evening Service 7:00 p.m., Bible Study
Wednesday, 7.00 p.m.
Calvary Baptist Church
225 S. Wisconsin Ave.
Richard Halter, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship Service ll:oO
a.m , Evening Fellowship Groups, 6 p.m.. Evening
Service 7 p.m., Wednesday Prayer Service 7:30p m
?nd a n d 4th Tuocdav r* e a r h month
Wolverine
Kenneth O. Truman, Pastor
Sunday School 10 00 a m . M o r n i « ; . v « . . w . p
•i uv a.m.. Youth Meeting, 6 3 0 p.m". Evening
Service, 7:00 p.m., M i d Week Servic*. Wed
nesday 7:30 p m.
building the future on the firm foundation of religious
faith?
Will he be right for Barbie?
The church bells that ring ever/ Sunday are not wedding
bells. But they sound the destiny of our sons and daughters . . .
and of their families yet unborn.
jf '
St. Thomas Church
Elmira
Rev. David Gemuend
Mass at 10.30 a.m., each Sunday, Additional Mass
at |:00 P.m. each Saturday m/ening.
Hidden Valley
*** +
Home of TheOtj. „a Ski Club
Harry's Sunoco Service
Gaylord
Custom M n t f « 4 r . <
l w M K * OM« A Pratfacf*
Gaylord Service Center
Repair - Sales
Sawing Machines Vacuum Cleaners
111 M. Cantor 7322693
Phore 732 $74$
Mid-North Equipment
Company
M M East. Gaylord. 732-2441
L.J. Ormsbee Motors, Inc.
Dodtt-Chrysler Ptym—m
Oaytortf
Gaylord State Bank
Purchase Sales, Inc.
ufort of Bordens Milk A Ice Cream
Airport Read. Gay lord. Mich Ph. 7»2-$l«l
Haivala Construction, Inc.
Excavating - Grading - Trucking
Higgins Industires, Inc.
Producers of Copper and
Brass Tubing
Vanderbilt
Gaylord. Michigan
Huffman Shell Service
Hgt*M
wac
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uj
L/rama L.1UD
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members Blake Licht and Pat
McGilton and their fathers,
Hazen Licht and Jim
McGilton. Wigs were donated
by Lewiston beautician Joyce
f o i l o»»j» a-vnitari
aHmit thslT
Hart.
first play. In addition to the
"The community has given
•~— . . • • J — . w ~ «—••- *.««-«•
lis marvelous support," saia
other cast members, a 4-man Mrs. Arbogast. "We are sure
stage crew made the sets, and they will be proud of the really
others have worked on professional production these
publicity, costumes, make up, students have prepared and
lighting, sound effects, stage we hope for a full house to
design, and ticket sales.
watch both performances."
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Church of the Nazarene
1004 East M-32
David Fountain. Pastor
S«nuay School 9:30 a.m.. Morning worsmp
10 30 a.m.. Young People's Service 6:15 a.m ,
Evening Service 7:00 p.m., Prayer Meeting
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W. Second and 5. Otsego
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Otsego County Abstract Co.
<24 East Mair. Street
EtfAElS*
M r s S a r a h Wells is
Russel Wood, Director of Uie
Health Clinic in Petoskey. A
lecture and discussion on the
topic "What is a mentally
healthy woman in today's
society?", followed the dinner
meeting.
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First Congregational
Church
W\m »nd Court Strssts
Sunday School 9.45 a.m.. Morning Worship 11 00
a.m.. Evening Service 7:30 p m., Wednesday F»r.i ly
Service 7 30 p m., All Youth Groups at 7.30 P m ,
Women's Missionary last Thursday of month.
Jim's Clark Super 100
Moorhead's Ford Sales
Wast Main, Gaylord
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Oaylord Floor Coversn**
Gaylord Lumber & Fuel Co
Old 27 South. Gaylord
7:2-2933
Wast Mam, Gaylord
732-4904
Hutchins Insurance Agency
Orem B. Mero, Agency
Phona 7>2-4j7$
Complete insurance Service
S3) E Sheldon
Phone 732 SH
Wickes Lumber and
Building Supply Center
Phone 732-$1 tt
Made-Rite Potato Chip Co.
Jack Lovelace
Gaylord Branch
Phone 732 ««
Edward Strode
Mid-State Finance worporatiof
Gaylord
Gaytord
Hidden Valley
Home el me Ottage S>
Johnson Oil Company
Marathon Prodwcls • PIMM. 732 $42*
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lewiston
director and Mrs. Linda Arbogast is technical director for
the production.
The 45 members of the
Drama Club, organized this
The December meeting of
the Gaylord AAUW branch
was held at the Town Crest
Restaurant.
Two guest speakers were
present: Florence Ellison, a
Social Work Supervisor, and
Yiiutt. Group
C«nrrittt i m %ffur * e w t b « t • « * • . ! « S t r a i n * V . r m *
**••
AAUW Meets
The new spotlight recently
Tickets are $1.00 for adults
purchased bv the Johan.
nesburg-Lewiston PTC will available from Drama riuh
shine on the performance. The members or at the door on
stage in the high school gym December 6 and 8.
(Congregational)
Rev. Dale McAlvey
Morning worship service, 9:00 a.m., Sunday
school, 10.00 a.m.. Women's fellowship meets the
Wolverine Baptist Church
21SS. Center Avenue
Rev. Raymond F. Roe
Morning Worship at S:30 and 10.00 a.rrv. Church
School for Adults. 9 00 a.m.. Church School Nursery through 6th vi>-3de. 10.00 a.m.
We are all getting ready for
Christmas. Shopping, planning for visits from relatives
and friends, and the usual
round of holiday parties have
everybody hurrying a bit
these days. Through it all runs
a new thread in the tapestry of
life in our village, a determination to do the best we can
as we face energy shortages
and other uncertainties.
Candles, we remember, use
no electric power but they cast
a lovely glow.
Get a S O N Y ,
Wolverine United Church
Of Christ
Wolverine
Rev. Gordon Evoy
Sunday School 10:00 a.m., Sermon 11:00 a m
Youth Service 7 0 0 p m , Evening Servlc; 7.30 p m '
Mid Week prayer service Wednesday 7 no •»".„"
W.V.S. Second Thursday
part of Mathilde Loisel;
leading man John Rivard,
Lewiston, will portray Henri
Loisel. Other principals are
Debbie Huston and Sue Hyek,
PAGE E L E V E N
mK«
For Christmas
A** a s*erec
you can talk to.
We promise it
will talk back.
t-nurcn ot Christ
Church
Community Free
Methodist Church
Hetherton
Rev. Lee P. Bittner I I I , Pastor
Church School 10 30 a.m.. Morning Worship 11:30
a.m.. Junior and Young People Meetings 6 0 0 p m.,
Evening Worship 7:00 p m., Pra/er Meeting,
weanesaay. / 30 p.m.
nolotwaHnti^
JOHANNESBURG - The
curtain goes up at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, December 6 and
again on Saturday, December
8 for the JohannesburgIiewiston high school Drama
Club's presentation of Guy de
Maupassant's ''The
Necklace."
The play was adapted by
Reid Gould from the famous
short story and further
adapted by the Drama Club to
allow more actors to participate. Production is by
arrangement with the
Dramatic Publishing Co. of
Chicago.
Louise Clar,r. Johannesburg, is le* iing lady in the
MefriMTiTT^at
But, what about THE RIGHT ONE? Is this fiance-to-be receiving the same sound preparation for tomorrow? Are his parents
John
14:6-12
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Old 27 - ' j Mile South
Ivan Schaila, Pastor - 732-4816
Family Worship at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. Holy
Communion every Sunday at alternate services.
Sunday School and Bible Study for an ages at
9:00 a.m.
United Methodist Church
Barbie's present boy friend is being brought up the
V.UIIIIIIUI
i_pijt.u^ai
wis
415 N.Ohio Street
Rev. Jerald Poehl
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.. Morning Worship 11:00
a.m., Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m., Wednesday
Prayer and Bible Study 7:30 p m .
t_:i
Trinity Lutheran Church
Hetherton Reformed
Presbyterian Church
But someday Barbie will have a boy friend—her last! A n d
•
St. Andrew's
c r » s s « . f t n a i riniK^ii
Hayes Road and M-32
The Rev. Charles H. Hewitt
8:00a m. Holy Communion
iu.00a.m. Morning Prayer
there'ii be an engagement
Frederic, Michigan
Glen Arsnoc - Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Worship Service 11 00
a.m.. Evening Fellowship Groups, 6 p.m.. Evening
Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service, 7 30
p.m.
Ippeared who chatted
suringly like an old family
iend, changed the tire, and
fused any payment with the
lent "Somebody will stop
id help me some day when I
it."
People are still talking, too,
it the dedicated volunteer
effort put forth by about 300
concerned citizens in the
•ulf*"**'for a lost boy a couple
weeks ago. That story also had
a hannv endin° a well
deserved reward for weary
searchers who tramped
together through some of the
^ . roughest country around.
The searchers literally
worked hand-in-hand. Searchers for solutions to the
economic crunch which
threatens our town are
working symbolically hand-inhand. The Lewiston Chamber
of Commerce, aware that
reduced tourist travel caused
by a gasoline shortage or
rationing will hurt the whole
community, meets tonight at 8
p.m. at Bud Jones Insurance
ChrisbnoQ
T h u r s d a y , D e c e m b e r 6, 1973
Thina
lights will not burn for long
and the singing may not sound
like a choir of angels but the
spirit will be there and the
afterglow will stay in our
memories.
We hear the Earplorer Scouts
and some other people have
made arrangements to go
caroling by sleigh on
December 21. Other carolers
who would like to swell the
chorus can get further information from Lorraine
Sattlemeier or Barbara
Horndecker.
Assembly of God Church
Old 27 South, Otsego Lake
Rev. Peter Porta, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m., Worship Service 11:00
a.m , Young People's Meeting 6.30 p.m. Evening
Service 7:30 p . m . M i d w e e k Prayer Service
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
vanuci un I
N.Otsego and Mitchell
Msgr. Francis Kaminski
Saturday evening Masses ore; 5.00 6 00 7.00 p.m Sunday morning Masses are: 6:00 - 8.00 - 9.00
10:00 11 00 and 12 00 noon. Daily Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Confessions every Saturday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.,
and in the evenings at 7:45 p.m.
u i i u
First Baptist Church
Fifth Street,' a block E. of 27
Pastor, Jess Nephew
Sabbath School9:45a.m., Church 11:00a.m.
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St. M a r y Church
Barbie has a boy friend—her first! There'll be many more.
Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
Otsego Lake
Baptist Church
Reorganized Church of
Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints
Sunday
1 Timothy
Atlanta, Michigan -1 Mile north on M-33
Rev. Gladys Meyer, Pastor
Services Sunday 7:00p.m.
206 West Fifth Street
' j Block East of U.S. 27
Sunday Services at 10.30a.m.
Church of God
\.IIUI
Guiding Light Church
Christian Science Society
Holy Redeemer Church
Crisp, clear weather this OjffioA Imitatiprt a n «„»»J_U l_
•L#*st weekend lifted spirits in not the answer - we'll have to
""Wxr \illage even as ther- get together and do what we
mostats were turned down and can.
_jttm.es and business places
The newly reactivated Girl
rew chilly in respond to the
lergy crisis. Somehow even Scouts are planning a
id news seems not quite so Christmas gift for Lewiston.
3ad and good news is The large pine tree near the
Correspondingly better on a pavilion in the village park
will be decorated with nonffunny day.
electric ornaments made by
Who says chivalry is dead?
the girls in what is plannned to
_ fa know two ladies who are
be an annual project. Plans
•inging the praises of our
are now under way for a
Community in general and one Community Carol Sing
£young man :i particular. sponsored by the Chamber of
jjteanded after dark with a flat Commerce.
The new
re on a lonely stretch of Co. decorations installed by the
491, one of the pair was Lewiston Lions have not been
tightened and sure no help lighted since Thanksgiving in
ould come; the other assured order to save electricity, but
er somebody would come on Christmas Eve the lights
long. "It's different up will go on and our community
ere," she comforted her --• --v "^** j**"4 •• Liojia, Girl
r.po.uuu. Peopie taice care Scouts, everybody - in a
each other."
oui c cnuugi i, a knigni e r r a n t
brook t r o u t m a y be taken f r o m s t r e a m s i n a d -
local Nt«s
I
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S t a t e w i d e open
seasons on a l l o t h e r i n l a n d Lakes s h a l l h y
The
lhe Necklace* First Drama
Presentation For New Club
Round-up
PERFORMANCE
SURGICAL
Annie Stayton. Robert
Schreur, Ida Sindermann.
contribute ideas to Uie discussion.
was soon to confront Christian civilization.
They were told *hat error was then about to spread from
Russia throughout the whole world causing wars, persecutions
of the good, f a m n e and terrible social upheavals.
This message from Heaven was of such dire importance that
it was confirmed by a great public miracle worked by the
power of God in the presence of 70,000 witnesses.
This communication from Heaven is a message of great love
for mankind, a message that proves that God cares greatly
about us. it fells us that our sins are the ONLY rause of wars
and revolution, of social upheaval and bloodshed The malaise,
the melancholy, the loneliness that blights the happiness of the
human race today, comes from the cumulative effects of sin
Sin., widespread and malicious as perhaps never brforc, is
preventing God from coming toour aid in the crisis.
The message from Heaven told us how a world of brotherly
love, of peace, of happiness can be restored to mankind. This
marvellous communication was given originally to Catholics
but it is clearly meant for ail men of goodwill, sent by God to
solve the problems of all mankind.
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Thursday, December 4, l?73
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M l OPING nnNTFST
By
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"Songs and dances of the
..•••>••« «i<u pioneers. We
made the refreshments too,
pumpkin pie, pumpkin brpad
and molasses cake bars. Our
class won the honor award for
having 35 parents there. We
have a banner hanging in our
room.
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FOR BOYS and GIRLS
I
snunrl
Mrs. Sandri: We have been
wonting on nines every day
before lunch. We have also
been working on noun phrases
in English every day. We have
been working on adjectives. In
art we have bepn niakir^
things with clay iike smile
faces and bowls and cups and
wind chimes and flower pots.
Mr. Heath: Mr. Heath's 2nd
and 3rd grade has been
working on listening skills.
Children are discovering the
importance of listening and
are finding out that they are
able to learn and find new
interest from listening. They
are also finding out that their
fellow classmates often have
interesting comments to share
with the class.
RULES & INFORMATION
l-Contest open to all boys and girls 12 years of age or younger except children of employees
of this newspaper. Prizes will be awarded in each of the following age groups: 1-5, 6-8,910, 11-12.
2—Contest closes at noon December 17,1973. All entries must be in Herald Times office.
Cod rest you merry, gentlemen. Let nothing you dismay
3-Print your name and address clearly in space provided and mail or bring in to the Herald
Times, 122 N. Otsego Ave. The Herald Times assumes no responsibility for return of
entries.
4-Contestants may use pencil, paint, chalk, crayon, water colors, oil, paste ups or develop
other ideas of decoration. Neatness, appearance and age of contestants will be considered.
I
Barbara
Mu/.yl
This is the first week of
/vavent - the preparing of
ourselves for Christ on
Christmas. Cindy Matelski
Ua f»..~U» . . .
played like "Pin the tail on the
Donkey." We talked afemrt
fears of the dark because Mr.
N is afra«d at night. We made
some night pictures by first
coloring a picture and then
painting over it with black our
first expei ience with painting.
We also worked with no. 8 and
found there are many different ways of making a group
of 8.
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The Otsego County Road Commission will
receive sealed proposals in their office at 720
South Otsego Avenue, Gaylord, Michigan until
1:00 P.M. on December 21,1973 for furnishing the
following equipment:
2 20,000 C.V.W. Trucks
To be Traded:
one (1) Diamond Reo- Unit No. 40
o n e (l ) G.M.C. - Unit No. 39
Further bidding information and specifications
may be secured from the undersigned at the
office of the Otsego Cour.iy Road Commission,
P.O. Box 537, Gaylord, Michigan.
St.
M a r y s High
Opening of the basketball
season fitted in perfectly with
the Girl's Basketball Tournament, November 27. Last
Thursday, the girls played
against Hiliman. The strong
Hillman team won the battle.
Our girls fought hard and
should be congratulated for a
fine performance.
Last Tuesday the boys
opened with a victory for the
Snowbirds. It was a good
game with Vanderbilt. The J.
V. score was 66-41 ard the
Varsity was 58-47. Nice going,
boys!!
Last Friday the boys'
performance against Harbor
Springs was a complete opposite to that of Tuesday
night. Both teams suffered
defeats.
The Yearbook staff has been
hard a t work to meet its
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Congratulations, everybody!
If anybody in the Junior
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Please bring them to Cheryl
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Elementary
By
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In
Mrs. Kujawa's
classroom, the winners for the
book sale were: Brian Andrews, first place; Melinda
Ro™wiak. second r,J>,.~; and
Kathy Peck, third place'.
Mrs. Glidden's class is
making Christmas trees out of
circles. So far, the trees that
are done are very pretty.
In Sister Louise's third
grade, we have been learning
about the Jesse Tree. A lot of
people who lived before
Christ's birthday were great
ones.
Tuesday. Dec. 11: Chicken
Noodle Soup, Crackers,
Grilled i n e e s e Sandwich
(HS), Peanut Butter and Jelly
Sandwich, Carrot and Celery
Sticks, Sliced
Peaches,
Orange Juice, Chocolate Milk.
Wednesday
Dec. 12:
C h i c k e n - G r a v y , Mashed
Potatoes, Buttered Peas,
Candied Sweet Potatoes,
Cranberry Sauce, Fruited
Jello.
Thursday, Dec. 13: Lasagna
(HS), Goulash, Buttered Corn,
Cabbage Salad Hot Rolls and
Butter, Chocolate Brownie.
Friday, Dec. 14: Harney
In Miss Romanowski's room
we had fun learning about the
tropical fruit pomegranate
(however you pronounce it).
We learned where it comes
from, when it ripens, but most
of all we learned how it tastes.
Almost everyone in the class
likes the taste
of a
pomegranate (there's that
word again).
In another project, the first
graders will dress little
replica figures of themselves
and put them on a bulletin
board.
The sixth graders are
learning decimal division. For
English, the students made
notebooks to keep important
papers in. Part of the class is
doing a play out of "Family
Circle" magazine. fne play is
called "The Lost and Found
Christmas."
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Rehearsal in ail musid
classes has begun for the
Christmas program. The
theme will be "Christmas
Around the World" and the
songs will deal with Christmas
in many countries.
The first graders of Mrs.
Wiegandt's room are making
plans for Christmas. The
children are going to make felt
There will be a Community
Teen Christmas Party on
Friday, December 21, at 8
p.m. at Christmas Tree Hill
House It is sponsored by thp
Teen Fellowship group at the
Church of the Nazarene.
The evening will include a
buffet dinner, games, etc. No
admission will be charged, but
reservations for the dressy
affair should be made by
contacting one of the sponsoring Teens or by calling 7324452 or 732-4909.
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In art, we have been making
our own trees and putting in
our own Creche. We have a
surprise for Advent th*t i
don't even know!
Mrs. Pearson and Mrs.
Leask's room celebrated Jill
Fitzek's and Barbara Kelly's
birthday last Monday. We
finished the booklet all about
ourselves and how we are all
individuals.
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Monday, Dec. 10: Italian
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Mrs. Mongeau's children
have been learning about
geometry. We have also been
earning stars and crosses to
put on our Behavior Tree.
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bulletin board. They will also
use the styrofoam cutter to
make their own ornaments.
Christmas chains will also be
made for use in number class.
Each day the children will
take off one chain as Christmas draws near.
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"Hark! the herald angels sing, Glory to the newborn King!"
The seventh g r a d e r s in
Sister Joyces room had a
Spelling Bee. The winners
r
the potluck supper and the
Christmas program Friday
Dec. 7.
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O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, How faithful are thy branches!"
Dreyer
We'll trv to sina at one of the
Sunday Masses each week
Good Luck to everyone in it.
In art, Sister Micheala is
helping us make a Creche of
our own. Other activities are
decorating Leggs eggs a s
Christmas decorations, and
working with materials. The
oroierts are roming along
fine. They are so pretty!
vent Wreath for Miss
Peplinski's room.
For Advent, both eighth
grade rooms are having Kris
Kringle. Miss Peplinski's
room picked names Monday
and have to be nice to that
person for three weeks. On the
day we get out of school, we
have to have a gift for them
and sign our names to jt
In Sister Timothy's room,
the girls get a gift for a girl
and the boys get a gift for a
boy. On the day we get out,
they pick names and give the
gift to that person.
The eighth graders a r e
trying to form a choral group.
Mrs. Giffen, Mrs. Stewart,
Miss
McDonnell,
Miss
Paukert: Pilgrims, Indians,
turkeys, teepees and log
cabins are being replaced by
Santas, snowmen, bells, candy
canes and visions of sugar
plums. Please come in to talk
over your childrens progress.
Just call the school to an-ano*
All proposals must be in sealed envelopes,
plainly marked as to the equipment bid upon and
the name of the bidder
>
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
all bids, to waive any defects in the bids, and to
make award in any manner deemed for the best
interest of Otsego County.
5-Entries will be displayed at The Alpine Plaza Mall.
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Miss Troyer: We put on a
program for the P.T.O.
meeting Monday night it was
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K I W I » o a y , u e c e m D e r 6 , 1973
M O K t i l l II
GAYLORD K
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PAGE FOURTEEN J | J " f a l d R t t t i s
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GHS Gets B District ~
Three In A Row!
By Jim Grisso
A
FOUR GAYLORD AREA LADS received honor able
mention in the Detroit Free Press all-state football
Junior Quarterback Dave Johnson of Gaylord won the
honor along with senior halfback Jim Rowley and senior
linebacker Jerry Coviak of St. Mary and junior lineman
John Bush of Johannesburg-Lewiston.
Five players from other schools close-jy made either
the first or second team, in Class C, St. Ignacc end Tern
Huskey won first team honors, while Onaway's hardrunning fullback, Bob Bauman, made the second team in
Class C.
In Class D, Kip Hamilton, Atlanta end, Steve Sackett,
Inland Lakes end, and Jeff Bodzick, Harbor Springs
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CHEERLEADERS? If the girls can play high school basketball, the boys
can lead cheers, or can they? This group of St. Mary lads led the cheers
for the Snowbirdettes Thursday night in the Class D District tournament
at St. Mary. Wonder what the guy on the left is up to?. (Photo by Bud
Palln)
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honor last year.
Also receiving honorable mention were Petoskey's
Bruce Hilton, Rogers City's Russ Fairbanks, Bellaire's
Brad Smith and St. Ignace's Greg LaTour and Butch
Calcaterra.
ST. MARY COACH BILL DEWEY feels that Harbor
Springs may have run up the score on his team Friday
night. The final count, 91-37, would certainly indicate that,
but I will have to sav that Harbor Coach Charlie Paige is
not the kind of guy to pour it on. He's been around too long
for that sort of behavior
SPORTS
JACK
RILING, Gaylord High athletic director, is
uedining fiuin e a r io e a r a i having Gayiufu aWiTucu
another Class B District Tournament - the third in succession. And he should be. It's good for the school and
good for the COMMUNITY.
Meanwhile, Johannesburg-Lewiston will host a Class D
District, and AD Ed Distelrath is happy, also. Over the
past few years, Otsego County sc.'. -** have hosted quite a
number of post-season basketball mrnaments.
You might be interested to know tha*. **& winners from
the Gayiord B District will advance to Mt. Pleasant, while
the winner at Petoskey will play in the D regional at
Traverse City, and the Joburg D winner will advance to
the Cheboygan regional.
Others in B at Mt. Pleasant will be district winners from
Big Rapids, Oscoda and Saginaw; Traverse City will host
winners from Traverse City, Mancelona and Frankfort,
besides Petoskey; and Cheboygan will greet winners from
Pellston, DeTour and Big Bay DeNoc, as well as Joburg.
Hillman
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District
PEANUT LEAGUE players, their fathers and coaches
are asked to meet at 6 pjn. Saturday, Dec. 8, in the
Gaylord High gym. GHS Coach Larry Haight will conduct
a basketball clinic before regular Saturday morning
sessions get underway. Anyone interested in working with
the youngsters is asked to attend.
SHE'S A TALL ONE — Unidentified Hillman
player makes it difficult for St. Mary's Lois
Cherwinski to get off shot during Class D
District tournament action at St. Mary last
Thursday. No. 42 is St. Mary's Pat Borowiak.
(Photo by Bud Palin)
I Attention
I
ADULT VOLLEYBALL is being played from 8 to 10
p.m. every Wednesday evening in the Gaylord High gym.
Bob Powell says any team or individual interested in
p'aying should contact him.
Powell suggested I could use a little exercise on the
volleyball court, but I just know I'd be too fast for those
guys.
!
B R I D G E S — T w n G^ylm-d
Rlue
Devilettes, Yvonne Respecki (left) and
Francine Malindzak form a bridge for
Cheboygan player, but it's for the purpose of
trapping her in girls' district tournament play
at Petoskey last week. (Photo by Pete
Lacker)
Devilettes Out
Of Tournament
BY CHRIS BAGNASCO
GHS Journalism Student
PETOS'CLV — Cheboygan
High SJiool defeated both
Gayl'jrd an1 Petos'.ey for the
title o.' Girls Basketball Class
B District Champious, 1973.
Last Tuesday, Cheboygan
and Petoskey battled away in
Petoskey to see who would go
on to play Gaylord in the
second game of the Class B
tournaments. The Cheboygan
Belles
downed
favored
Petoskey with a tight 26-22
score. Both Cheboygan and
Petoskey held good defenses,
but Petoskey was lacking
more than usual offensively in
the first half. Cheboygan led
at half time 20-4 and were only
allowed to score six more
points in the second half by
second ranked Petoskey.
Cheboygan's final step to
the title was crushing an
optimistic Gaylord with a 5827 score Thursday on
Petoskey's
court.
The
Devilettes had several turn-
overs all night long with wild
passes,
traveling
and
palming, giving the Belles an
extra advantage.
Offensively, Gaylord had
great difficulty breaking
through a tight defensive zone
as Sue Ciszewski led with 12
points, Fran Malindzak, 7,
Maria Conger with 4, Shari
Simmons, 2 and Jean Sides in
with 2 from the free throw
line.
The three man press that
Gaylord used failed defensively and left the basket wide
open for the Belles as Janet
Stribeck and Betsy Paris led
Cheboygan to their championship title with 13 and 11
points, respectively..
Cheboygan, coached by
Miss Joan Leonall, having
won the District title will go on
to Ogema Heights, West
Branch Regional
Tournaments, and then who knows
where?!
As for Gaylord and the
Devilettes, it was the last taste
of girls' basketball until next
season, and then look out!
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Thursday, December 6, 1973
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CHEBOYGAN — The
laylord Blue Devils roared
»ck from near destruction
fter being down by as many
27 points in the second
*ter to give Cheboygan a
ittle before fading in the
losing minutes Friday night
t Cheboygan.
The final outcome was 84-72,
it the game in the 3rd and 4th
irters was much closer
the final score indicated,
was the 1973-74 season
opener for both teams in the
G
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Back
goal attempts to 5 of 16 for
GHS in the opening stanza.
In the second quarter, the
Chiefs continued to break
Gaylord's pressing defense,
shooting 54 percent from the
floor to Gaylord's 39 percent.
It was 46-29 at halftime.
A revitalized Gaylord
defense and a hot-shooting
With 3:40 left in the 4th off ense narrowed the count to
quarter, Gaylord trailed the 58-47 in the 3rd quarter as the
Chiefs by only 4, but two Blue hit 57 percent on 8 of 14
consecutive turnovers in- while holding Cheboygan to 27
creased the margin to 8, and pereent on 5 of 18.
the Blue Devils were never
Coach Haight's charges
C H E B O Y G A N (84)
able to get closer.
appeared to have the
"I was pleased with the way momentum to overtake
FG FT-A TP
PF
Panosso
3
1 2
7
3
the team came back," Cheboygan in the final period,
Glmble
3
2 2
8
3
asserted Haight. "They didn't firing in 10 of 16 for 62 percent.
1 Lindsay
7
00
14
5
lose their heads or give up.
Simith
But late-game turnovers,
8
55
21
1
Towe
9
55
23
5
"In the first half, we didn't coupled with improved Chief
Tallmen
1
11
3
0
get back fast enough in shooting (8-15, 53 percent),
Lafrinere
3
22
8
3
working our fullcourt press. stopped the Blue Devils short
Ormsbee
0
00
0
0
G r o w ell
0
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0
0
But we adjusted during of victory.
TOTALS
34 6J 16-17
84
20
halftime. Wc closed up the
One satisfying thing for
middle and stopped their big Coach Haight was the fact that
G A Y L O R D (72)
man (Ron Smith) in the last Gaylord had 5 men in double
half, and it made a tremen- figures in the scoring column.
FG-A
FT-A
T PP F R E B T O
4 5
2 2 10
2
8
Bauers
1
dous difference.
Jeff Fullmer scored 19,
2
5
Fullmer
7 11
5-10 19
8
"And we started taking followed by Dave Johnson, 18,
5
4-8
2 2 10
6
4
Heacock
fl 15
2- 5 18
4
0
1
better percentage starts in the Stan Kehler, 14, and Buzz
6 13
2 2 14
3
Kehler
0
1
3rd and 4th quarters."
Bauers and Steve Heacock
0 0
1 3 1
0
3
1
McNamara
Cheboygan scored the first with 10 each.
0 0
0 0
0
0
0
1
Ames
16
TOTALS
2952
14 24 72
26
13
six points and had posted a 23For Cheboygan, Dave Towe
11 lead at the end of the first was tops with 23, followed by
Score b y q u a r t e r
quarter before the Blue Smith with 21 (only 4 in the
C h e b o y g a n 23 23 12 2684
Gaylord
11 18 18 2572
Devils could get untracked. second half), and Dave LindThe
Chiefs hit on 10 of 20 field say with 14.
TO Means T U R N OVER
The Chiefs .shot a sizzling 95
percent on 16 of 17. Meanwhile, Gaylord shot a cool 58
percent on 14 of 24. Cheboygan
garnered 35 rebounds to 26 (14
defensive and 12 offensive) for
GHS. The Blue Devils had only
two assists, one each by
Johnson and Kehler.
GHS recorded 13 turnovers,
and that's far above Haight's
quota. Cheboygan had 9.
Towe and Lindsay fouled out
of the game midway through
the 4th quarter, and Heacock
followed shortly after.
"Rebound position, free
throws and turnovers - if we
can conquer these three
phases of the game, we'll
surprise a lot of big guys,"
Haight commented.
Coach Haight hopes to have
senior Dave Glasser in
uniform against Boyne City
HELPING THE SHOOTING EYE — Jeff Fullmer of Gaylord tried
Friday night. The 8-0 senior
everything against Cheboygan to improve his shooting ability. It must
has been sidelined with a
have had some effect because he scored 19 points. That's Coach Larry
broken leg suffered in football.
Haight (back to camera in middle of huddle) giving his Blue Devils imGiasser was an outstanding
portant instructions. (HT Staff Photo by Jim Grisso)
rebounder last year for the
Blue Deviis.
Ron Willis, sidelined with a
sprained ankle, will be ready
for action, also. On the other
hand, Ken Ames, who made
two brief appearances against
Cheboygan, is still suffering
from a back injury and is
MACKINAW CITY - A headed from that point as the the MC crew, whole Bob
doubtful for Friday night.
Keiser
added
13,
Jim
Staff
an
tw>
teams
played
on
even
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cneDoygan capiureu uic JV
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and
BOD
uarrow,
10.
terms
the
remarning
three
handed Johannesburggame, 71-36. In that one,
For Joburg, Dave Crandell
Lewiston its third consecutive quarters.
paced the scoring with 21, Gaylord had 43 turnovers.
It was the first Northern
loss of the season Friday night
Rick Bagnasco paced
followed by Blake Licht with
Lakes
Conference
game
for
at Mackinaw City, 66-54.
Gaylord
scoring with 16, while
10.
both
teams.
It was the first quarter that
Dave Lange, John Heiss and
MC h t 1* of 23 free throw
Mackinaw Ctty held a 34-19
made the difference as the
attempts * - hile the Cardinals Scott Heacock each netted 14
Comets whizzed to a 16-4 lead margin at the half and a 47-36
for the Chiefs. Cheboygan hit
managed 10 of 21. Joburg
at
the
end
of
three
quarters.
before the Cardinals could
recorded 19 personal fouls to 38 of 82 field goal attempts and
Bill Thompson, Comet
find the ranee.
Gaylord 13 of 42.
17 for the Comets.
Mackinaw City was never standout, scored 22 points for
Michigan-Huron
Shores
Conference.
The difference between
victory and defeat for the
Blue & Gold? "We lost the
game on 5 missed layups, 10
missed free throws (not
counting missed one & one
situations) and turnovers,"
said Coach Larry Haight.
"The team that makes the
fewest mistakes will win the
ball game," said Haight,
quoting his success formula.
Gaylord came back In the
3rd and 4th quarter like
gangbusters with a muchimproved defense and netripping
offense.
After
reducing a 27-point deficit to
17 at half time, the Blue Devils
started to cut big chunks out of
the margin through the 3rd
and halfway into the 4th
stanza.
Tall Comets Stop
Cardinals, 6 6 - 5 4
Mi
At Pellston in Class D, the competitors will
be Alanson, Cheboygan Catholic Central,
Harbor Springs, Mackinaw City and Peiiston.
In the Upper Peninsula, St. Ignace will be
the site of a Class C District including the host
Saints, Newberry and Rudyard.
Besides being awarded a Class B District
the past three years, Gaylord High has put out
the red carpet for three consecutive quarterfinal tournRments and last year was the
site of a Class C regional.
Oscoda, which defeated Gaylord last year in
the district, w a s awarded its own district
tournament this x, ear but m a u not be able to
accept b e c a u s e the Oscoda Board of
Education last week eliminated all athletic
c o m p e t i t i o n . School financial problems
resulted in the decision.
»-» ^ .
v^iaao o uisirici i oumamem, accorumg to
Jack Riling, GHS athletic director.
The M i c h i g a n High School A t h l e t i c
Association (MHSAA) announced tournament
sites last week. Another Gaylord area school,
Johannesburg-Lewiston, was designated a s
the site for a Class D District.
Other neighboring high schools awarded
district tournaments were Boyne City, Class
C; Grayling, Class C; Petoskey, Class D ;
Pellston, Class D; Mancelona, Class D, and
Traverse City fMacc r»
Competing in the Gaylord Class B District
will be Petoskey, Cheboygan, Gaylord and
newcomer Cadillac. Cadillac replaces Oscoda,
which competed here last year.
Gaylord St. Mary will join neighbors Vanderbilt, Wolverine, Inland Lakes and Boyne
Falls in the Petoskey Class D District.
Over at Johannesburg-Lewiston, the Cardinals will host Atlanta. Hillman and Posen in
Class D.
Mancelona will entertain Alba, Bellaire,
Central Lake and Ellsworth in that Class D
District. The Ironmen will also compete.
traverse City High will be the site ot a Class
D District featuring Lake Leelanau St.
Francis, a Class
Traverse City High will be the site of a
Class D District featuring Lake Leelanau St.
Mary, Leland, Northport, Suttons Bay and
Traverse City St. Francis, a Class C
powerhouse this year now competing in Class
D competition.
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HARBOR SPRINGS — Hie
Gaylord S t Mary Snowbirds
ran into one of the best Class D
teams in the state here Friday
ft i • • • » « » » » » » *
I•rnuMISE
,
Thursday, December 6. 1973
H a r b o r R a m s St. Mary, 9 1 - 3 7
night, and it was strictly no
contest from the beginning.
The Harbor Springs Rams
of Coach Charlie Paige tore
the feathers out of th*
Snowbirds, 91-37, for their
second straight win of the
season. St. Mary is now 1-1.
"It's not only Jeff Bodzick
that makes that team go,"
r
W9M
said SM Coach Bill Dewey
"They have two guards who
are faster than anyone I've
seen in a long time."
Harbor's pressing defense
"killed us," Dewey noted.
loses
a chance to get his picture taken when the ball
and Harbor Springs Glen AAorse (24) combine
for a cover-up job. (Photo by Jim Herman,
Petoskey News-Review)
CALENDAR
Toni TomasKi iea Si. xaary
".:\x una:
Morse had 21, Dave Ketterer,
16 and Bodzick. 14 for th#
first quarter lead and were on
tnn 50-19 at the half. It was 88-
Thursday, December 6: - Kiwanis, 6 p.m., Towncrest; Rotary, 12:15p.m., Schlang's; - Nordlander Turski Union,
8 p.m., Michaywe' Village Center.
Saturday, December 8: - Senior Citizens, Bagley
Township Hall, 6 p.m.
Sunday, December 9: - Otsego Choral Society cantata
presentation, 8 p.m.
Monday, December 10. - City Council, 5 p.m.; - weight
Watchers, 1 and 7 p.m., Congregational Church; Episcopal Women, Church Undercroft, 8 p.m.; - Gaylord
Study Club, 7:30 p.m.; - Nondenominational Handicapped
Religion Classes, 1:30 p.m., Gaylord Opportunity Center.
FO-A FT-A
TOTALS
TP PF REB A TO
W.-.I..«..;.. _
g arch rival Vanderbilt,
i. As a result, Wolverine is
w riding a mini winning
treak.
if Vandy Coach John Wiicox
buld have devised a way to
liminate the last couple of
inutes in the game, his
anderbilt squad would be
1661
HARBOR SPRINGS(91)
Clare
Waybrant
Morse, Glen
AAorse, Terry
Bodzick
Wilde
T.ppett
K.enerer
/worse, Tony
Burley
AAanville
AlthoH
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Snaps 34-Game
undefeated now instead of 0-2.
Protecting a one-point lead
with less than a minute to
play, the Yellowiarkpts throw
the ball away - not just once,
but twice, no instead of a onepoint lead, they trailed by
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Means T U R N
The surprising Wildcats
iijmnoH to a 13-6 first cuurtcr
lead and although Vandy
niitcfnroH t h s m 19-13 in t h s
second period, they still
maintained a small 26-25
haiitime lead.
The Yellowjackets repeated
their 19-13 advantage in the
third quarter to grab a 44-39
lead and it looked like they
were finally ready to take
charge, but the Wolverine five
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was initiated into the CMU
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honorary society.
Robert is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nic C Enders, 155 N.
Hazel, Gaylord and is a
graduate of St. Mary's High.
He is majoring in accounting.
WHY HE'S ALL-STATE — Harbor Springs'
Jeff Bodzick (34) shows Karl David (53),
young St. Mary sophomore, some of the
tricks of the trade on defense. This Is one
reason the 6-3 Bodzick is an all-state
basketball player. (Photo by Jim Herman,
Petoskey News-Review)
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Jim Annis led the balanced
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Ron Higley garnered 17
points fur the winners.
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Area Teams Face
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All Gaylord area teams
have tough assignments again
this week.
The Gaylord Blue Devils (01) will try for their first win of
the 1973-74 campaign, hosting
1. U)e giue you 50c off on a
bucket or 75c off on a barrel
the Boyne City Ramhlers (0-1)
Friday.
Gaylord St. Mary (1-1),
reeling from a 91-37 pasting at
Harbor Springs last week,
tangles with a tough Bellaire
(1-0) team in the friendly
ronfines of the SM Bvm.
Vanderbilt (0-2) entertains a
talented Rpllajre five.
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hanHs
ioam
The Lancers of Ellsworth
easily disposed of Central
Lake, 76-49, last week, and will
be a tough match for the
Cardinals, who are having
difficulty getting started this
season.
Vanderbilt will have its
full
with
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City. Bill Thompson, the man
who caused all sorts of
problems for opponents on the
gridiron, is equally as talented
in a basketball uniform. The
Comets downed Johannesburg-Lewiston last week,
66-54, and are pegged as the
team to stop Alanson in the
Northern Lakes Conference.
Wolverine, still celebrating
after breaking a 34-game loss
string last week, faces a tough
Alanson five. The Wildcats
may surprise a few people,
however, now that they don't
have to worry about that
losing streak.
YOU Save Energy***
2. At home when we do the
cooking.
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h i r r o l I t A»t 9 n
Saturday
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50c off.
2 Buckets
Saue $1.50 I
2 Barrels
THISWEEK'SGAMES
Friday
Boyne City at GAYLORD
Bellaire at ST. MARY
Ellsworth at JOHANNESBURGLEWISTON
MftCkfTOW City at VANDERBILT
WOLVERINE at Alanson
St Ignace at Grayling
Rogers City at Charlevoix
Petoskey at Cheboygan
Pellson at Harbor Springs
AAancelona at East Jordan
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Paradise at WOLVERINE
Gaylord High 11 Games
St. Mary's vs Bel la ire
Gaylord High vs Petoskey
Gaylord Hinh vs Rogers City
Gaylord High vs Onaway
St. Mary's vs Posen
St. Mary's Holiday Tourn.
January
Friday 4
Friday 11
Saturday 12
Tuesday 15
Friday 18
Tuesday 22
Friday 25
Tuesday 29
St. Mary's vs Pellston
Gaylord High vs Grayling
Gaylord High vs Ithaca
St.Mary's vs Kingsley
St. Mary's vs East Jordan
Gaylord High vs Onav/ay
St. Mary's vs Harbor springs
St. Mary's vs Johannesburg
I
Friday 1
Friday 8
Friday 15
Friday 22
Tuesday 26
s. It's all in our Hometown! Festive lights, ornaments
g bright . . . jolly Santas. Stores stocked with gifts galore
for family, friends . . . home. Specials? Enough to make a
budget merry. Service is friendly and there's always
plenty of parking. Plus relaxing places to dine or snack.
As the holiday nears, many stores will be open late.
Gaylord High vs Petoskey
St. Mary's vs inland Lakes
Gaylord High vs St. Ignace
O.
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Gaylord High vs Charlevoix
St. Mary's vs Manctlona
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SUNDAY
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February
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'vere not to be denied for the
thirty-fifth time.
t1s#««i1 J ' T t e S *
Downtown Grayling
For An Old Fashioned
Tentative
Schedule
C3 CL
Streak
(2-0), Wolverine (1-0) travels
to Alanson (1-0) to face the
Vikings, and JohannesburgLewiston (0-3) hosts Ellsworth
(1-0).
Boyne City comes to
Gaylord with some big guns in
the 6-4 Upton brothers, Scott
and Brad, and 6-5 Jim Beyers.
The Ramblers were stung in
their opener last Friday night
but you have to consider the
opposition. They fell victim to
powerful St. Ignace, 78-57.
The Blue Devils will be at a
definite disadvantage in the
height department, but hustle
and desire like they displayed
in the second half against
Cheboygan should make up
for it.
Bellaire will enter St. Mary
fresh off a 54-34 win ever a
tough Inland I^akes team. The
Eagles are big, featuring 6-3
Mike Ten Hoopen, 6-1 Tom
Lane, 6-2 Glen Bruner and 6-5
Roger Mason.
The Snowbirds will have to
forget about last week and
concentrate on stepping a
OVER
Initiate
Losing
seconds
remaining on the clock. The
two points Vanderbilt scored
at the buzzer were pretty, but
it was too little and too late.
TOTAL
payment plan to suit most every customer.
You can pay cash. Or, you can pay just 20%
down at the time the contract is signedt h e n simply have the r e m a i n i n g cost
included in your gas bill. Pay it off on your
next three gas bills with no interest or
carrying charges.
Finally, you can pay for the job over
an extended period at an interest rate of
1% m o n t h l y on t h e u n p a i d u a l a n u e .
(ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE OF 12%.)
W h i c h e v p r vmi c h o o s e , you'll be
taking an important step toward holding
down your heating bills. And cutting down
on the use of Natural Gas. Why not plan
on doing it now. Contact us today for additional details. And if you're a do-it-yourselfer, ask for our free booklet.
We care about your tomorrow.
..t..:..
ied the 1973-74 campaign
riding a 34-game losing
streak.
The Wildcats didn't waste
any time.
They accomplish**! ihp fpat
ast Friday night in the
Torrski
To a s s i s t y o u i n t h e
project, Michigan Consolidated Gas Company has
even prepared a helpful
booklet t h a t shows just
how to do the job.
Secondly, you c a n
call a contractor of your
choice and arrange to have the work done.
Or call M i c h i g a n C o n s o l i d a t e d G a s
Comnanv- ^Ve'll havf* one of roii* iiGrf?.".
ipating insulation subcontractors install it
for you, which can also be easy on your
budget. Many houses with up to 1,000
square feet in the ceiling area can be
MICHIGAN CONSOUDATED GAS COMPANY
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nnonino g a m p nf tha goagnn
Don't delay! Our new low-cost home
insulation program can cut
gas heating costs up to 17%.
A.V^A A>_/»_r»_> l / l l U l l <\)£i\J\J.
as soon as possible. He made
Borowiak
Cherry
Davia
Dobrzelewskl
Emaus
House
Jones
Korcnka
LLovelace
Cook
Rowley
Smith
winners.
Harbor also smothered SM
in the JV game, 84-36, after
leading 57-9 ai the half. Brad
Fltzek paced St. Mary with 10
and Dave Tomaski and Russ
Brink had 9 each. Rebel had 18
and Reeves 16 for Harbor.
U M / U M * « V U
iie piainicu lo MCCOTupusii iiiat
STMARY<37)
Methodist Church; - Lions Club, 7 p.m., B-J's Bar and
Restaurant; - V.F.W. Auxiliary, 8 p.m.; - Gaylord
Boosters Club, Chalet Inn, 12:00 noon; - K of C Council,
No. 2781; - City Charter Commission, City-County Bldg.,
7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, December 12: - Post Office Women, 1:15
p.m., The Parlour Restaurant; - Congregational Women'«;
Feiiowsnip t-nurcn, o p.m.;-Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid,
8 n m • - Mpfhnrfiot flMwoli Circles, 2 p.m. - Immunization Clinic, MeReynolds Hall, 1-3 p.m., A through
M;-Tuberculosis X-ray Clinic, Gaylord State Home, 1-4
p.m.;-Optimist Club of Gaylord, 7 a.m., Chalet Inn.
Thursday, December 13: - Kiwanis, 6 p.m., Towncrest; Rotary. 12:15 p.m., Schlang's.
In just a few short
weeks, many of our customers around Michigan
have taken advantage of
a new program to hold
down h e a t i n g bills and
help save Natural Gas, too,
The program was developed at the direction of the Michigan Public
Service Commission, which is seeking ways
to conserve Natural Gas and hold down
utility bills by the wise use of energy.
The h e a r t of the program is installing
ceiling insulation in your home. It's quick.
Economical. Easy. In fact, a recent government study found "the most signifynt
opportunity" for homeowners to conserve
energy was through "improved insulation
of houses," [which] "would benefit the
individual homeowner by reducing winter
fuel bills, summer air
v
conditioning bills,
size and capital cost
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f m r '•!fjjf :•
equipment, and air
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p o l l u t i o n . " The
***-!L~ '^-^rz..... Michigan Public Service Commission has
found that many homeowners could achieve
fuel savings of as much as 17% by having
six inches of insulation in their attics.
Naturally, results for your home may vary
due to architectural differences and your
heating habits.
To help you realize fuel savings in
your home, we've designed an easy home
insulation program. Here's how it works.
First, you can install the ceiling insulation yourself. It's a simple do-it-yourself
project-and the most economical way to
put iii ceiling insulation. Many customers
can accomplish the task tor less than $100.
WOLVERINE - Wolverine
Coach
Larry
Richert
promised this year that his
Wildcats would win a
basketball game, and he said
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lueSuay, lycCcinutr U : - Atvcrrioon c i r c l e s of United
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Wolverine
29 at the three-quarter mark
The Snowbirds shot a
miserable 18 of 61 from the
field for 26 percent and only 5
of 15 from the free throw line
for 33 percent.
They have a real fine ball
club, and they're
experienced."
Dewey said the Snowbirds
were rattled from the
beginning and never did get
untracxea.
Thursday, December 6, 1973
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random
survey
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L e w w « i in—Hid m a
variety of answer* to
energy shortage q m s t t o a ,
ranging from such
blank
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f nuneiay. utc«mMr A. ier»
Mfrcua time:
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All d o w n t o w n m e r c h a n t s
have turned thermostats down
to save fueis; more than a few
women employees said they
will switch to wool slacks and
boots at work when wintry
blasts a r e admitted every
time the door opens. The bank
president is wearing a sweater
under his suitcoat and his staff
has discovered that electric
typewriters
a n d office
machines a r e warm to the
touch w h e n inside temperatures g e t down to 68
degrees.
Seam / / a s a C>«M Pfon
CD SttA y o u r /ve^/is
Open Friday Nites
Til 9 PM.
Til Christmas
"It is 65 where I a m standing and 68 in the back of the
store" one merchant said.
"The c u s t o m e r s will be
wearing coats so they will be
mi M / U I I M
uctvei,
recalling that business had
greatiy improved in recent
winters s i n c e s k i e r s a n d
snowmobilers flocked north
for winter weekends in the
snow. "Look what happened
last winter with no snow,"
they say.
Residents who work out of
town or who use their cars for
business cite long distances in
the north which would make
getting to work difficult. Most
local drivers and quite a few
visitors s t a t e they h a v e
reduced highway speeds to 50
miles per hour even though it
takes longer to get where they
are going. "I plan earlier
starts and drive at 50," said a
salesman. "It takes m e 4
other rtcreatisnal, non-pot
a i n g ma^Mto to tare the
puttie north. Lewiston s e e m s
determined to weather the
crtst*.
The prevailing attitude to
b e s t s u m m e d up b y t h e
comment of a lifelong resident
whn r»m»mh*»r#rl "P*n«la»
rationing in World War II »&
they'll g e t here this winter
to*. We m a y e a t a fet
snowball sandwiches but if w
aD poU together w e l l g e
f T _ ; » - J
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The Chamber of Commerce
is s u r v e y i n g a l l p o s s i b l e
storagp
facilities
for
snowmobiles and exploring
Multi-Band Portable Radio
M o d e l 3 0 9 1 . . . brings y o u g r e a t F M / A M listening as
well asthe excitement of Public Service Band . . .
even Instant W e a t h e r Broadcasts. ( W h y g e t c a u g h t
w i t h o u t y o u r u m b r e l l a ' ) It offers A C / B a t t e r y o p e r a t i o n
^
telescoping F M antenna. Hear
S
i t . . . it's a g r e a t gift f o r y o u r s e l f
^
or s o m e o n e else very special.
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Furniture
M e m b e r s Absent: None.
M o v e d by Nelson supported by Wilkinson, that the reading of
the previous minutes be dispensed and accepted as published.
W m . St. John, Otsego County Commissioner, c a m e before
the council with the plans of the new dog pound, proposing said
shelter to be built on city property, which would be leased to
the county on a 99 y e a r lease.
M o v e d by Nelson supported by Wilkinson, that the city enter
into a 99 year lease agreement on the following described
property for the purpose of erecting a County dog pound:
apinski Concrete
E V I N R U D E Motors K «;»r«ir«»
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Live Bair
nfkCoy R4. 1/2 m i l e E. of O l d 27 Phone 732-9412
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TILE & MARBLE
Knott's Party Store
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WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
FOR IMMEDIATE 8ER\ K r.
PHONE 732-4191
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STATE FARM
732-5715
•BUY
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•TRADE
•FINANCE
& Custom Building
Georges Radio & TV
Furniture
INSURANCE
•
Marble Distri.
WHOLESALE
RETAIL
+
Oxford
Tile
+
Quarry
Tile
+
A ones
+
Sealers
Ives
&
Co.
+
Slate
4-
Grout
cleaners
+
China
Bath
325 W S E C O N D .
accessories
732-4S41
Jay i v e n s
Jeweler
WATCH REPAIR
732-5119
WATCHES
DIAMONDS
WMIL.MCN
Pick-ups at Western Union Office
210 S. Center. Gaylord
STATEWIDE
REAL ESTATE
Residential
industrial
GAYLORD W i r i u C W CLEAntihiG
AND MAINTENANCE
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bUr'FIl « S
RAINDROP ENTERPRIZES
Oawnlown ipar
window- & W a n Ciea
M o v e d by Taylor supported by Nelson, t h a t the meeting
adjourn.
Ayes: Unanimous. Meeting adjourned a t 9:08 p.m
in
November 26,1973
The regular meeting of the G a y l o r d C i t y Council, was opened
with prayer by M a n a g e r Don H a r m o n , a t 8 . 0 0 p . m .
M e m b e r s Present Campbell, Tholl, Wilkinson, and Brown
M e m b e r s Absent Nelson, M a n k o w s k i a n d Taylor.
Moved by Brown supported by Wilk.nson, that the reading of
the previous mmutes oe dispensed and accepted as published.
Ayes- Unanimous Motion c a r r i e d .
E Patrick M u r r a y and Joan Glasser c » m e before the council
rw* * » * » ! « /»« »*•« C^T'CT CcS * m Parson, Peter McVannet and Tilden Evans came before
the council on behalf of the L a k e V i e w Grange
tfw City Charter Com
STYLES REAL ESTATE
orhead-s Sales & Service, Wagar
'• a n d Scfcraur Chevrolet c
aedtoMoo-
Jean i
P h o n e 712-42R!
$25,000
HANDYMAN'S
i"
WUUDED
ACKES
on
Hayes Tower Road with a
24 x 60 doublewide with
b a t h anrl a h a l f
largotwo
car garage and new well
and septic tank. Terms
arranged.
$25,000
NORTH HAZEL STREET
Exceptionally nice two
bedroom ranch type home.
With attached g a r a g e .
Basement, carpeting, and
curtains. On large landscaped
lot.
Terms
arranged.
$22,700.
Three b e d r o o m
ranch
home with bath and a half.
Full basement. On large
200 x 200 lot. Price includes
aii carpeting, drapes, siove
and r e f r i g e r a t o r . I m mediate occupancy. Terms
arranged.
$24,950
iV» ACRES
With large three bedroom
ranch type home. Completely carpeted. Attached
two c a r garage. Natural
fireplace. Terms arranged.
CUSTOM BUTLT
Beautiful large three story,
four bedroom chalet with
tlA. K n l k n „ _ _ ~ » 1 r
-rz
M -
«~.«-«o, (.utj/ivcu, icxiiuiy
r o o m , built i n s , t w o
f i r e p l a c e s and g a r a g e .
Natural g a s hot water heat.
300 x 300 lot with a 24 x 52
aluminum workshop with
separate furnace.
C o m m a n d e r Thomas B.
Buell, U. S. Navy, of Elmira,
has recently assumed corn-
ship, commissioned in early
1971, has a crew of IS officers
and 240 enlisted men.
HOUSE
OF
HOBBIES
Located Ir. T h e Panel Shop
Just north of the Holiday Inn
Free
Demonstrations
2,000 Decoupage and
Paper Tole Prints
Candlecraft materials
I
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Dain+c
GAYLORD WEST
Three bedroom chalet in
Gaylord West. Carpeting,
curtains, stove. Electric
heat, fireplace. lVfe car
garage. Terms arranged.
$27,900.
7% Mortgages Available
CUSTOM BUILT three or four bedroom home on large
lot. Brick front, full basement, carpeting, attached two
car garage.
$ 1 , 4 0 0 . down plus closing cost.
LAKE & RIVER PROPERTY
ACREAGE
on the Au Sable River from
$8,000
and terms. We also have
some 5, 10, 20, and 40 acre
narnolc availahlo
AT ARBUTUS
BEACH
a rustic two bedroom cabin
with enclosed porch and
s o m e furnishings. Lake
access. Terms. $ 1 1 , 5 0 0 .
NEWER CUSTOM BUILi
two bedroom home completely
furnished
on
wooded
acre
plus
nvorlnnlrina 'a»*2e Iske
Many e x t r a
features.
Terms arranged.
WEST OTSEGO
LAKE DRIVE
Beautiful new two story
Chalet with Otsego Lake
privileges.
Three
bedrooms. All carpeted.
Bath and half. Large patio
porch. Detached 24 x 24
garage.
Beautifully
wooded
lot.
Terms
arranged.
$33,100.
$29,500.
FOUR MILES
FROM GAYLORD
10 Acres with a split level
three bedroom
home.
Interior n e e d s partial
finishing. Price includes all
m a t e r i a l to c o m p l e t e .
a
Of
$27,500.
ON BRINK ROAD
Mobile home with expando
unit with 20 x 20 family
room addition. All carpeted. Some furnishings.
Stove, two refrigerators,
built-in bar. Also large two
car detached garage and
storage shed, on wooded
lot. Terms arranged.
f i a
•rown, that the bid be
»or a 1974 Ford Torino
Phone 347-3930
Address: House of Hobbies
U.S. 131, Route No 3
Petoskey, Michigan 49770
$45,000
LAST OF THE
GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIZING
LAKE 27
FRONTAGE
Large wooded lot with 236
feet of frontage.
$720.
per foot.
Plastics
Cathedral Glass
Beads
String A r t
OTSEGO LAKE
FRONTAGE
Beautiful rustic
three
bedroom
home
with
fireplace. Excellent view
lake. Price includes all
carpeting, d r a p e s and
Duiiwns.
$49,950
IN JOHNSON
SUBDIVISION
a t w o bedroom mobileheme T"ith <»TT>ando Excellent condition. On large
lot. Terms arranged.
$13,000
O C A
EXPERIENCED. PROFESSIONAL SALESPEOPLE
BUD GOTTLOEB, VERONICA DICKM
CHUCK HUBBARTH
GAYLORD
MORTGAGE & REALTY
124 EAST MAIN
732-5119
WEST OTSEGO
LAKE DRIVE
New 3 bedroom home
with attached 26 x ^o i
garage on over an acre.
Quick occupancy with
land contract, p r i c e
reduced to just $27,500.
A
bargain.
Keith
Dresse 1
Realty,
Gaylord. 732-1707.
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Take a w a y his badge and he'd t o p
t h e Ten M o s t W a n t e d l i s t !
The Natural Resources!
Commission,
under!
authority of Act 230,
P.A. 1925, as amended,
hereby orders that for a
period of five years
effective January 1.1
.Tu y e r a u f i
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This
cop
plays 1
I w i l l be at my home to
collect taxes Monday
througi. Thursday fiom
9 to 5 P.M. Weekends by
appointment.
r n m n t o n / l o r Q u a i l i o fHik e n n
of Mr. and Mrs. Darius D .
Buell of E l m i r a a n d i s
married to the former Marilyn
Douma of Petoskey. They
Thursday, December6,1973
have two children, David and
Melora.
iimrrtartnor
USS Joseph Hewes (DE-1078). graduate of Gaylord High
The 4,100-ton warship is now School a n d r e c e i v e d h i s
on duty with the Siatii Flesi in commission from the U. S.
the Mediterranean Sea and Naval Academy in 1968. Since
will return to its home port of then he has served aboard
Charleston, South Carolina four d e s t r o y e r s a n d h a s
early next spring.
attended
the
Naval
Postgraduate School and the
The Hewes is primarily
Naval War Coiiege. H e has
designed for antisubmarine
recently written a biography
warfare and is equipped for
of the late Admiral Raymond
this mission with advanced
A Snnianoe a World War n
sunar, rockets, torpedoes, and
naval hero. The book will b e
an on-board helicopter. The
published by Little, Brown
and Company next spring.
snail
take lake trout by
means of a spear or bow
* " d arrow from any wf
the waters over which
this
state
has
jurisdiction. Approved
August 10, 1973.
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
WEST STREET
Three bedroom ranch with
attached two car garage.
Full basement. In nice
neighborhood.
Terms
arranged.
$28,500
• fdieoon tue
GERB ENTERPRISES
•ODD JOBS ' C L t A N - U P
TREE TRIMMING
'ROOFING
LIGHT HAULING
-PAINTING
PH 73? 2014 GAYLORD
AU SABLE
RANCH AKKA
Sharp three bedroom home
with large family room.
Attached 1% car garage.
Hot water baseboard heat.
Price includes appliances,
c a r p e t i n g , curtain and
drapes. On 2Vz acres of
nicely wooded area. Terms
arranged.
$6,950.
MOBILE HOMES
J»an L. T o m a s k i , Clerk
Kenneth Campfce'!. M a y o r
Bids »or a i w » p o l < i ca* w e r e o p e n e d a» this time.
«•.
NORTHERN MICHIGAN
W*rt»WMlM
clean
PnoneW3 4 2 t l
32-2078
City of Gaylord, County of Otsego, M i c h i g a n described as
commencing at the N E . corner of the S.W % of the S.E. V< of
said Section 4 ; thence S. 1 deg. 20' 4 0 " West along the ' s line
75.56 ft. tor a point of beginning (said P.O.B. being the intersection of the S. line of Seventh St. and the Easterly N . & S.
"a l i n e s ) , thence S. along the said ' e line 149.44 f t . ; thence S.
89deq. 16'37" W. 75.0 f t . ; thence N. I d e a 9 0 ' 4 0 " E I49 44»t •«
t h e S . line of Seventh St.; thence N. 89 deg. 16'37" E. along the
S line of Seventh St. 75.0 ft. to the point of beginning.
Ayes Campbell, Wiikinson, Nelson, Tholl, Mankowski a n d
Brown.
N a y e s . Taylor. Motion Carried.
Moved by Nelson supported by ThoM, that Judy Krieger be
appointed to the L i b r a r y Board to fill the unexpired t e r m of
A m t a Cornish,
Ayes: Unanimous. Motion c a r r i o n
Moved by Nelson supported by Brown, that the bills totaling
V51.341.20 be allowed. (An itemized list of the bills m a y b e seen
in the City Zlerk's office.)
Ayes: Unanimous Motion c a r r i e d .
Moved by M a n k o w s k i supported b y Taylor that the City
continue their agreement with Livingston
T w p . , from October l , 1973 until A p r i l 1,1974, to a l l o w t h e m the use of the City
Landfill a t a monthly rate of S150.00.
Ayes Unanimous. Motion c a r r i e d .
M o v e d by Nelson supported by Tholl, that a Street light be
installed a t the end of West M i t c h e l l Street.
Ayes Unanimous Motion c a r r i e d ,
nnoveo oy Neison supporreo oy Drown, m a t a letter on behalf of
the City, be ser.t to the Uni»ea States Ski Association, extending
a w a r m welcome to them on D e c e m b e r 27, 1973 for the cross
country ski race
1266
REAL E J T A T t
HUTCHINS INSURANCE
AGENCY & REAL ESTATE
SALES end SERVICE
Gaylord Tile *
WATCH R E P A I R
BSTATB
GAYLORD MORTGAGE
1 REALTY COMPANY
PUftNlTURI
Guns A munition
Gunsmifhina
T H E S
SP
FO R T S M A N ' S
O N E STOP S H O P
Old 27 SSo ^ m ^ a y l o r d ^ P M O N E 732-4157
PARTY STORES
1 a
Snow Blowers
•mi i ft «*v
ESTATES
a large wooded lot on
North Drive. Terms.
NEW three bedroom ranch type homes with full
basement and natural gas heat. $ 2 0 0 moves you in.
The regular meeting of the C a y l o r d City Council, was opened
with p r a y e r by M a n a g e r Don H a r m o n , at 8:00 p . m .
M e m b e r s Present: C a m p b e l l , T a y l o r , Nelson, Thotl.
Y e a r Around Sales A Service
40 x 80 newer cement block
building on 160 x 250 lot.
F r o n t a g e o n South 27.
Terms arranged.
NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
November 19,1973
REDI MIX
CONCRETE
BLOCKS
Pk,T f H T t » > n o i i i / » i .
$26,500
CITY MINUTES
117
COMMERCIAL
BUILDING
(batteries a n d line cord storage, t o o ) . . . plus a squelch
control, fold d o w n handle a n d
Electric
Don's Sport & Mar in?
•WE FINANCE WHAT WE SELL
THREE MILES
SOUTH OF TOWN
REAL ESTATE
MORTGAGE LOANS
What a difference giving a ft*a
Come In & Let Us Help You
make Your Home fTlore Beautiful
NEW or USED
$14,000.
...
BUILDING SUPPLIES
SUITED TO YOUR
NEEDS, EITHER
uiaer i w o siory nome
needs some repairs. Ideal
for renting. Plus extra city
lot. Ideal building site.
• u o s e to school. Terms
arranged.
winter but if we work together
we can help ourselves."
421 Ripley Blvd.
A'p»na, Michigan
Dial 354-2184
BETTER
O* JUV-lrtL,
u a v c a l u n g , v-UUl
THE ASSOCIATES
HOME r-UKUNfc
•U Ul UIC 1 H V V
f
Convert your present land
contract to a conventional
mortgage, residential or
commercial property For
i n f o r m a t i o n or a n a p pointment call;
YOUKPRESENT
.
fiolioav/ K
•»»
Elmira Man
x4ssumeg Destroyer
Command
TRADE
REALESTATF
CORNER
Only one of the Great
Lakes lies entirely within the
supply ??• caD * hose who
c a m e here even during g a s
SCcmgan
need out of town out-patient or
emergency room service.
Sometimes a Sunday illness
or a c c i d e n t m a k e a trip
necessary even if you don't
need the ambulance - or the
ambulance m a y be in u s e . "
Several people expressed a
hope that local
service
stations will work together to
keep g a s on band for such
m m a s w e n a s tnrougn the
month to help the whole
C o m e in t o d a y a n d select f r o m o u r w i d e variety
community. "We can be sure
of M a g n a v o x Holiday V a l u e s a n d Special offers.
some winter sports fans will
St«/ftO. Cnim ami RIAS'K 8. VVhite TV
get here," a businessman
Radios a n d T a p e R e c o r d e r s — a l l ideal gifts.
said. "We can also be sure
they'll never come back if
they find no g a s left. Weekend
business i s important to all of
us."
Another added "The towns
that wait for the government
I'm healthy and active al!
day so it won't be so bad for
me if it is cold in die house but
i'm worried about oid peopH
who need more warmth and
babies crawling on the floor,"
another woman added.
Nearly everyone questioned
said their thermostat was s e t
down and they are trying to
Many spoke of the need for
conserve fuel and gasoline,
better organization by the
although several expressed a
ffwemment
- both state and
concern that "Six degrees less
federal - a n d a desire for
heat is okay when reduced
"more facts." An oil company
from 78 but that much of a
executive in town for the day
reduction from 70 doesn't
said "I don't think those guys
seem fair. Why don't they say
know w h a t t h e y ' r e doing.
the same temperature for
What do they know about
everybody?"
petroleum distribution?" On
The biggest worry seems to
the other hand, one man be not heat but the spectre of
snapped "The oil companies
gas rationing. Business people
could solve this and they
see rationing a s a bitter blow
probably wffl if they get
to a northern
economy
DIAL-TO-Sf.
GAYLORD
Dave and Sue Ballantyne
407 W. Main St. 732-2481
Mon. - Fri. 9-5:30, Sat. 9-1
hours to g e t to Lansing now.
A woman who makes
n m j y m t oat of town twain w
trip* suggests We should aQ
try to fill up our g a s tank*
before w e get home so there
will be g a s available in town."
Another suggested there
dytnM ha» an »m»rff»nry
comfortable.'
I f a d sorry for these yoang
folks who have always had so
much," a grandmother said.
•We're
older
and c a n
remember how to cut down
and do without It will be
s o m e t h i n g n e w for t h e
« * « told the whrfe story.'
S u r p r i s i n g l y , other two
p M p t e r e a c t e d with deep
p w « n u e » . One boatneaaman
***&t
Uwiaton
will
become a ghee* town if there a
S»s r a t k e A i f " and another
commented I'll go bankrupt"
overwhelmingly pes**?*.
A bank employe, a young
teacher,
an older church
uraTwcr, and a salesman au
expressed the thought, "Well
m a n a g e s o m e h o w . " Senior
citizens frequently mentioned
that "during the depression
w e didn't have much, but we
goi along. '
ffl OCdl^ VIII intlllUCI V i m
It
Foresee Tougn Economic Times Ahead
IHt
i
WANT ADS
101
108
Announcements
MOSHIER
REFRIGERATION will be open for
business
Friday
and
Saturday only; for their
stock clearance sale. For
service phone anytime 3487032.
(9-13-tf-101)
CREATIVE
FURNITURS
FINISHING or refinishing.
Guaranteed
professional
workmanship. We also build
custom
furniture a n d
cabinets. Free estimates
Call 732-9771 or 732-1236 after
5 p.m.
Business
Opportunities
121
163
Lynch.
(12-5-1-121)
142
Free Offers
Business
Opportunities
ITEMS FOR
CASH PROFITS
.
TO GIVE AWAY: Two baby
kittens and one mother cat.
Housebroken. Call 732-9106.
(12-5-2-142)
153
Instruction
Q
Lost a n d Found
Cards of Thanks
applications.
"FOCHTMAN'S"
5116, Gaylord.
nurse's and everyone at
O t s e g o County Memorial
$
Hospital for the excellent
" F O M C O " stocks rotary care I received. Monsignor
pumps
for
industry, Kaminski, Sister's of St.
i r r i g a t i n g , transfer and Mary's, relatives, neighbors,
s u c t i o n .
P h o n e and friends for their prayers.
" F O C H T M A N ' S " a t 732- Mass, cards, and flowers
5116, Gaylord.
during my recent stay in the
(12-5-1-lW) hospital. I a m on the road to
recovery now. Thank you all.
EoVsrd Kuras.
CLIP NEWSPAPER
U2-5-1-121)
.
,
^
.
.
.
.
i
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T h e s e symbols m a k e it simple
Phone
(12-5-1-121)
a t 732- WF. WOULD TO THANK:
(9-20-tf-101)
R e v e r e n d H a s t i e , Clark
NORDIC SKIERS UNITE!:
Bates and all our friends and
(12-5-1-108)
Thursday's the night for the 12 P E R CENT: first mor- neighbors for their kindness
meeting of the Nordlander tgages available. Short term and sympathy during our
Turski Union, the Gaylord (6-9 month average) (517) r e c e n t l o s s . The Monarea's cross country skiing 732-5158.
t g o m e r y F a m i l y & The
club.
December
6.
Holborn Family.
(12-5-tf-lC8)
Michaywe' Village Center 121
(12-5-1-121)
Clubhouse, 8 p j n . If you're
Cards of Thanks
THE FAMILY OF HARRY
$
interested in traveling on tne
J. LYNCH WISH TO EX"skinny skis", come on. We WE WISH TO THANK ALL T E N D :
their
heartfelt
have no energy crisis, just for their kindness, concern thanks and appreciation for
fun.
and sympathy that helped so the many acts of kindle?*,
(12-5-1-101) much to sustain us through m e s s a g e s of s y m p a t h y ,
NORTHLAND CERAMICS : the loss of our bel -ved sen, donations of food, Mass
121 H. Illinois. End of the D o u g l a s . The Raymond cards, floral arrangements
and s p e c i a l contributions
year clearance sale through Sarchet Family.
(12-5-1-121) received from our neighbors,
December 31. 20 percent off
all greenware or bisque. 10 I WISH TO THANK m y friends, relatives and former
percent off all paint. Open family, relatives and friends o » , . J — . » - - * *U_ * i _ - -* »«-X>M««.>.»>« «»» UK. t t u K «< U K
evenings
and by a p - for their kindness to me
loss of our beloved husband
pointment. Call 732-4424.
w h i l e I w a s in Otsego
and father. Our thanks also
(12-5-3-101) Memorial Hospital. I also to Monsignor Kaminski,
CHALLENGER
MODEL remember with kindness Dr. Reverend Hastie, Knights of
2702 Master Mechanical Set W. L. Christiansen and the C o l u m b u s
Women's
of 137 tools complete with nurses and staff for their Fellowship. Mrs. Harry J .
heavy duty tool box andwonderful care and kindness Lynch, Mrs. Harold (Elaine)
rollaway cabinet. Special at shown m e . Thank you all. Mitchell,
Mrs. Harold
$338.50. " F o m c o " budget Mary Reitzel.
( P a t r i c i a ) L a n g e , Jack
t»
4i*niloKI*
PhAIW
(12-5-1-121)
Lynch, Bill Lynch, J i m
ioa
.
for y o u t o f i n d t h e a d o r a d s y o u b r e s e e k i n g
TOY
AND GIFT Party I WANT TO EXPRESS MY
Plan: Our new line now SINCERE THANKS: to the
available. If you are in- Doctors and staff of our
t e r e s t e d in b e c o m i n g a Memorial Hospital for their
dealer or having a party in excellent care during m y
your h o m e , c a l l D e n i c e recent hospitalization, also
Franckowiak, Gaylord, 732- many thanks to the many
4668 or call 120-203-673-3455, friends w h o c a l l e d , s e n t
or write: Santa's Parties, flowers, cards and letters.
Avon, Conn. 06001.
We in Gaylord are fortunate
(8-16-tf-108) in having such a complete
"FOMCO"
d i s t r i b u t e e and well staffed hospital in
Clover land engines for cars, our area. Sincerely, Hazel
trucks and many industrial Culliton.
" F O C H T M A N ' S " at 732- I WOULD LIKE TO THANK:
5116, Gaylord.
the ambulance corps, Dr.
(ii-o-i-iOi) Trowbridge, Dr. Boyer, tne
•
J*
WOULD Y O U LIKE TO
PLAY: piano or piano accordian? 5 to 80 years old.
Older s t u d e n t s specialty.
P r o m niATVt v o y r»or» w o r V o y t
WE WOULD LIKE TO into any other instrument.
THANK:
M o n s i g n o r Call 732-5653.
Earn $5 00 to $35.00 Kaminski, Mr. Nelson, pall
(ll-l-tf-153)
each. Information: send b e a r e r s ,
friends and
$1.00 and self addressed relatives for their prayers. T i l envelope t o : A l b e r t Mass cards, flowers and the
Lost a n d Found
Corsinl, P. O. Box 123, wonderful acts of kindness
Be!'aire,
^9615. shown during the loss of my IA*S I : German Shepara
Note: Excellent ophusband
and
father. answers t o Tippy*. Lost on
portunity to work from
E l e a n o r e McCameron k West Street. »-w*n«. Call
comfort of your own Barbara Bowen.
7324653.
home. Men or w>(12-5-1-163)
(12-5-1-121)
£
LOST:
Small black dog
resembles Baby Labrador,
white spot on chest, wearing
choke chain. Has big ears,
named "Beeker." Lost in
vicinity of West Otsego Lake.
Call 732-9271 or 732-2161.
(11-28-2-163)
in
today's
classified w a n t ads
173
173
Personals
Personals
CHAMPION PORTABLE
PLANNING A WEDDING?
AW compressor; ideal for Let m e help you. I will adhome, farm, office or shop. dress your invitations and
$153. "Fomco" budget terms am also available for candid
available.
P h o n e wedding pictures. Call 732"FOCHTMAN'S" at 732-9171.8 a.m. to 9 a so. or 4:30
5116, Gaylord.
(12-5-1-173) p.m. to 7 p.m.
(ll-28-tf-173)
MODEL
7700 Black &
PARTY
Decker De Walt compact C H R I S T M A S
radial arm saw, only $109.95. COMING? Have it at the
" F o m c o " budget terms Chalet Inn. Phone 732-9522
available.
P h o n e for reservations.
"FOCHTMAN'S" at 732(ll-15-tf-173)
5116, Gaylord.
(12-5-1-173)
(Cont'd, on P. 20)
uassmed t*ir*t-\j
Advertising INDEX
Announcements
101 - A n n o u n c e m e n t s
103 - A u c t i o n s
106 - B i r t h s
108 - Business O p p o r t u n i t i e s
121
127
130
131
140
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C a r d s of T h a n k s
C e m e t e r i e s a n d Lots
D e a t h Notices
Equipment f o r Rent
Financial
142 - F r e e O f f e r s
144 - F u n e r a l D i r e c t o r s
147
H a p p y Notes
151 - I n A A e m o r i a m s
153 - I n s t r u c t i o n
156 -- I n s u r a n c e
167 - M o n u m e n t s
171 - M o v i n g a n d S t o r a g e
173 - P e r s o n a l s
176
Political
179 - R e p a i r S e r v i c e s
181 - S e r v i c e s A v a i l a b l e
182 - S n o w p l o w l n g
183 - S w a p a n d T r a d e
185 - T r a n s p o r t a t i o n
Employment
201
207
210
213
215
220
221
230
237
238
239
245
246
247
250
255
260
570
275
au
290
lfiii
337
340
344
345
347
Fuel
G a r a g e / Y a r d Sale
Heating a n d A i r Conditioning
Horses a n d Riding Stables
Household Goods
350 -- L a w n a n d G a r d e n E q u i p m e n t
352 - L i v e s t o c k a n d F e e d s
357 - M a c h i n e r y a n d T o o l s
359 - M i s c e l l a n e o u s f o r Sale
361 - M u s i c a l M e r c h a n d i s e
365 - N u r s e r i e s
378 - S t o r e a n d O f f i c e E q u i p m e n t
381 - T V / R a d i o / R e c o r d i n g
So 7 - W a n t e d TO b u y
Real Estate for Sale
401 - Business P r o p e r t y
406 - C o n d o m i n i u m s
409 - F a r m s a n d F a r m L a n d
415
Houses f o r Sale
417 -- I n c o m e a n d I n v e s t m e n t P r o p e r t y
420 - Lots a n d A c r e a g e
426
429
431
Mobile Homes
- Mobile Homesites
-- O u i vi T w w f i • • a p i i tf
Aoministrative a n d Professional
436
Agricultural
439
C u b s ' R6S**'-ir*n*s
450 -- Suburban Pror.^rTy
Domestic. Child C a r e
Employment Agencies
Female Help Wanted
F e m a l e Situations W a n t e d
Help Wanted Misc.
Jobs of I n t e r e s t / F e m a l e
Jobs of I n t e r e s t / M a l e
Jobs W a n t e d
Male
Female Help Wanted
Male Help Wanted
Situations W a n t e d
iecnnicai
T r a d e s / Industrial
Aircraft
Antiques
Appliances
Real Estate W a n t e d
- Resort a n d Vacation Property
Recreational
501
- Bicycles
S)
507 - Boats a n d M a r i n e E q u i p m e n t
520 - C a m p i n g E q u i p m e n t
527 - H o b b i e s a n d T o y s
532
Snowmobiles
536
540
M a l e Situations W a n t e d
Office Clerical
Part-Time
R e t a i l Stores
S«ie* A e c n t i
H
368 - P e t s a n a S u p p l i e s
370 - P h o t o E q u i p m e n t
374 - P o u l t r y
376 - R u m m a g e S a l e
Sports E q u i p m e n t
- S w i m m i n g Pools
Rent**
601
606
610
617
644
Apartments tor Kent
- Business P r o p e r t y f o r R e n t
Houses f o r R e n t
Rooms for Rent
K-esorr P r o p e r t y t o r K e n t
W a n t e d t o Rent
TrarHOOMat.©"
Winlnr«ii
301
303
307
310
|M
316
320
324
327
330
~
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701
707
716
«-*:
• Autos f o r Sate
Auto Repairs Parts
Autos
Accessories
Trucks Wanted
F a r m Equipment
F—6 / Seed / P l a n t s
Florists
720
Classic / S p e c i a l t y A u t o s
727 - I m o o r t A u t o *
731
Recreatlona! Vehicles
736 • M o t o r c y c l e s a n d Scooters
742
Trucks a n d Trailers
749
Vehicles for Rent / L i
Food
• 0 3 - T o o L a t e t.
Building M a t e r i a l s
f hri*tm«« TraiK *nri Tnmminn«
Clothing
•
*t-*r
PAGFTWPNTV
1 1 - » « i
«-^T
Eagles Birthday
On Saturday, Dec. 5, Sss
8 ?ja. ftsy
Fraternal Order of Eagles will Gleason, State PreaWsnt of
be celebrating their t&th the Fraternal Order of fca«les
anniversary with a roest beef willfeethe guest speaker.
Roy is a member of lanafcH
gerjnd^J^|ceaftartte
i
A~.~.«
n w w
V «
I M A
i i « . ><•«•
T*.»««1
Aerie was instituted on Dec.
14, 1908. with 59 charter
members. The Aerie now has
a present membership of
approximately 700 members.
In the beginning, the Aerie
held its meetings at various
(MK-cj
MI w w i i .
xii
IJOA,
use
Aerie nurchased a buikflna at
**v i^. i/v5cgo Ave. io use as a
club building. This location
was used until 1949, when the
building WAJ dMnwwi hy
Ore. The Aerie then built a
new lodge on Mich. Ave. and
moved into it in 1950. It is still
the home of the Fraternal
uraw ot Eagles. Gavlord
n E n
402 iff ta l wiMin
. i . r t w * . •» «..».»»»»».». « * > » « « «
PINTWINS
ill iIIV l u u m r y, I V I D a m s ,
M C K K M W K normeasT ov var.creroiiT: 120 acres of recreational
property, p a r t i a l l y wooded, rolling t e r r a i n , good access to
property.
BUCKIE'S KKEG
T E N A N D F I F T E E N A C R E P A R C E L S east of V a n d e r b i l t on
T H R E E B E D R O O M H O M E on 2-acr* lot 2 " j miles from
G a y l o r d . g a r a g e workshop, e x t r a well for g a r d e n , m i n e r a l
rights go w i t h property. Price reduced for quick sale.
•6o*J Drinks
Fan
A C R E A G E N O R T H O F G A Y L O R D — 80 acres, s m a l l s t r e a m
crosses p r o p e r t y , owner reserves one half m i n e r a l rights.
• God Musk
T E N A C R E T R A C T S between G a y l o r d and G r a y l i n g , one with
cabins, priced to sell quickly.
I
Live Hasie M a y & S*turt«y NJjhts.
y M r Hosts: Kay & Ed Sefeik
0M 27 Swrili
S A L E S M A N : John Townsend. Ron Iseler. Dorothy Snook,
M a r lean M u z y l . Belva M i e r . T o m Se-del. M a r i a n M i s h l e r
119 E. Main Street
Box 491
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
fTiT
SC?
Services Available
Repair Services
• RON'S WELL
DRILLING
• ALBA,
S1S-SI4-2199
231
Jobs of I n t e r e s t / M a l e
Domestic/Child Care
CREATIVE FURNITURE
FINISHING or ref trashing.
Guaranteed professional
workmanship. ™2 also build
custom
furniture and
cabinets. Free estimates.
Call 732-9771 or 732-1236 after
5 p.m.
(9-20-tf-181)
Alice (,nr*
Beauty
Salon
2nd. House On
Pray Rd.
732965a
Open Mon. - Sat.
ar'fu E v e n i n g s B y
Appointment.
FREE HAIRCUT
WITH EACH
rgRJttANENT
I
¥
WILL DO babysitting by the
day or the week in West
Otsego Lake area. 732-2216.
(12-5-2-213)
EXPERT CHILD CARE AT
NOMINAL
RATES:
Qualified teachers, hot
lunches, state licensed,
delightful atmosphere. Ages
24-6 yrs. welcome. 7 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. weekdays. Call
Community Child Care
Center in Gaylord 732-4909.
(ll-22-«-213)
NEED TO GET AWAY FOR
A FEW HOURS: Will
babysu in my home weekdays. Also full-time for
working mothers. Call 732(11-22-3-213)
HIGH I N 3 . SERIES
tsev Kooinson, *it; u o r y o n g g s ,
443; Linda Hayes. 436.
u . u e t z i e r , an; t . Ashley, 587;
J. Johnson, 569; B. W i s h a r t , 559.
MIOM
INC.
SERIES
man
T E A M
GAME
M a d e R i t e Chips, 897; Royal
Linen. 892; R & H Sport Center,
886.
HIGH IND. G A M E
Bev R o b i n s o n , 1 7 9 ; E s t h e r
Washburn, 179; P a m M c K e n z i e .
177.
HIGH IND. GAME
J. Johnson, 242; B. W i s h a r t , 2 2 1 ;
D. Detzler, 215.
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HELPWANTED
Accounting
clerk,
fulltime position, accounts payable, accounting machine experience desired. Industrial
first
aide
attendant,
parttime,
nurse or comprehensive
fir«t
*!rt*
•r§ir.:««
required with typing
ability Duties to include
administering of daily
first aide, hearing and
eye exams and daily
record keeping. Liberal
fringe benefits; salary
rnmmensurste
experience.
Send
resume to Box 3252.
Equal
opportunity
employer.
Garage Yard Sale
•
URGENTLY
NEED
A PERSON
to cut and prepare
dry firewood to be
sold. Will pick up.
Prefer oak or white
birch.
Price
negotiable. Call or
write
Kenneth
Hodges, 1221 Mann
Ave., Flint, Mich.
(313) 235-0132.
HUGE GARAGE SALE:
Automatic washer and
dryer, furniture, 2 swing
sets, children's and adults
clothing, boots, games,
house plants, snowmobileetc. 4214 Perch Lakes, few
feet past County Park, follow
the signs. Weekdays after 5
p.m., Saturday all day.
Everything priced to sell.
Continuing until sold out. 7324227.
(11-28-1-340)
347
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REFRIGMOSHIER
ERATION will be open for
Friday
and
business
Mi
MalP Hfln WantoH
CARPENTERS WANTED:
References required. Steady
work. Call 732-5158.
tu„:_
stock clearance sale. For
service phone anytime 3487032.
(9-13-tf-347)
{ 12-5-*T-24M)
WANTED: MAN for potato
FOR THE HOLIDAYS:
chip route in Gaylord area.
Elegant solid pecan dining
Contact Mr. Wildern at the
room s e t 108" oblong table,
Holiday Inn
8 velvet needlepoint high(12-5-1-246) back chair, large hutch with
255
leaded paine glass doors. 2
Part-Time
years old. Asking $1,300. Call
WANTED: Ladies for store evenings 732-4508.
(11-15-^-347)
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HIGH T E A M SERIES
M a d e R i t e Chips, 2523; Ski &
Shore, 2465; Standard Product,
2456.
for you to find the ad or ads you are seeking in today's classified want ads
Help
Wanted
Bookeeper at Gaylord
! * . . RHBUfStty
„„.
Schools
Good
General
HARRISVILLE 724-6302
knowledge
of
CALLCOLLECT
bookeeping procedures.
Bulk of work accounts
p"
Clubs/Restaurants
payable and receivable.
I
Experience preferred.
Christmas. Over 24 years of
WANTED:
F u l l t i m e Will train. Good fringe
age. See Mrs. Noa, Manager
waitresses and cashiers. benefits. $2.50 hour.
at Norman's.
Apply in person at the Apply in writing, stating
(12-5-1-255)
Towncrest Restaurant.
age,
experience,
275
(12-5-2-210) telephone number, etc.,
Situations Wanted
MALE OR FEMALE
to Thomas Gill, 310 E.
COOKS: Have opening for Fourth St., Gs,lord, Ml
FIND YOURSELF: Have
year round day or night 49735.
vour Christmas Party at the
cook. Pay based on previous
1 Chalet Inn. Call 732-9522 for
expt»ri»nr» anrf ahilitv
reservations.
nc,L.r W A N i t u : Young
(1MMM75)
Contact Mr. Larson or Mr.
person to work in kitchen
Tomaski at the Holiday Inn.
307
and help with dishwashing.
732-2431.
Appliances
Mama Leone's Restaurant
(ll-28-tf-210)
7324431.
MOSHIER
REFRIG913
(12-5-1-230) ERATION will be open for
Domestic/Child Care
HIGH T E A M SERIES
Hicks Concrete, 2308; A & W
Rootbeer, 2305; Hoopers Floor,
2292.
These symbols make it simple
TRI-COUNTY
DRYWALL
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L a r r y ' s Electric
Eagles No. 1
Royal Linen
Plywood Chips
business
Friday
and
Saturday only; for their
stock clearance sale. For
service phone anytime 3487032.
(9-134f-307)
Christmas Trees
a n d Trimmings
A L P I N E CLASSIC
Holiday I n n , G a y l o r d
Jerry's Tool a Die
Holiday I n n , G r a y l i n g
Hicks Concrete
Service
Front Room
Gaylord M o r t g a g e &
& Realty
Ford H a r d w a r e
Shield Lounge
• 3000
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HAPPINESS B buying a
Christmas tree from the
S&AX Kiuos. uene scoti. Hi
E. Third, 732-2270. We
deliver.
(12-5-3-314)
330
Food
WANT GOOD FOOD AT
YOUR
CHRISTMAS
PARTY? The Chalet Inn has
it. Phone 732-9522 for
re*ervati.
i5-tf-330)
FOR
SALE: Automatic
dryer, mangle, platform
rockers, mattresses. Call
732-9171.
(ll-28-tf-347)
FOR SALE: Magic Chef gas
stove, 36" Coppertane used 1
year. Phone 732-4216.
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W00DBURNING
STOVES & HEATERS,
C00KST0VES
$19 to $375 while the
supply of 20 lasts.
TRASH ft
TREASURES
Old US 27 South
Gaylord 7324631.
,
FOR SALE
Complete bath room set
and gas hot water
heater, tour burner gas
stove
and
Home
'"cfTifcrt wood cook
stove. 732-4968.
Miscellaneous
for S a l e
FOR SALE: Encyclopedia
Brittanica. Excellent condition, year books and stand
included.
Also
Arien
Snowblower, 6 h.p., good
condition, with chains.
Phone 732-2244.
(12-S-1-359)
BUNK AND
TRUNDLE BEDS
Bunk from $129.95 and
trundle from $169.95 for the
complete sets. NO EXTRAS NEEDED. See them
HOUSE
in Grayling
located opposite the water
tower on the 1-75 business
loop. Open both Wednesday
anH Frirlav woninmi f/w-
your convenience.
FOR SALE: Sequined and
beaded Christmas table
cloths, round crocheted table
cloths and crocheted bedspreads. Call 732-9566.
(12-5-2-359)
FOR SALE — Zenith AMFM stereo, turntable and
radio. Excellent shape. Used
very little. Must sell! Phone
732-5428 before 3 p.m.
(8-9-tf-359>
MAPLE BEDS - Headboards, footballs and rails
from $34.95 in twin size.
Stop in and see them at the
Homestead House in
Grayling, opposite the
Water Tower on Cedar St.
Now open both Wednesday
and Friday evenings until
9:00.
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CREATIVE FURNITURE
FINISHING or refirrishing.
Guararteed professional
workmanship. We also build
custom
furniture and
cabinets. Free estimates.
Call 732-9771 or 732-1236 after
5 p.m.
(9-20-tf-359)
RECONDITK)NED
VACUUM
SWEEPERS
Tc»«iL», cmuiawrs, uprights
and electric brooms in
stock from $9.95. Motors
guaranteed for one year.
See them at HOMESTEAD
HOUSE
in Grayling
located opposite the water
tower on the 1-75 business
loop. Open boin Wednesday
and Friday evenings for
your convenience.
(Cont'd, on P. 21)
Regroup
109Vs
108V,
105V,
82V,
83V,
84V,
103
94Va
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97V,
94Va 97V,
80
112
71V» 120V,
HIGH IND. SERIES
D. Sharkey, 589; R. Case, 580; S.
Robinson, 575.
H I G H GAME SERIES
J e r r y ' s T o o l & D i e , 1,598;
Holiday I n n , G a y l o r d , 1,591; Hicks
Concrete Service, 1,588.
HIGH IND. GAME
V . L a P i a n t , 221; J. Johnson, 219;
D
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12V» 31V»
H I G H T E A M SERIES
Champs,
1710; Happy
Hour
Bowlers, 1677, Goof Offs, 1 V 3 .
HIGH TEAM GAMFt
Regroup, 605; Goof Offs, 603;
Happy Hour Bowlers, 596.
H I G H MEN'S SERIES
Lon Post, 508; M a r s h Gouin, 502;
Chuck Cook, 490.
H I G H MEN'S GAMES
Chuck tCook, 207; M a r s h Gouin,
198; Lon Post, 189.
HIGH WOMEN'S SERIES
P a t M a r t i n , 417; Roz V a n Z a n d t ,
413; JOdy Rakis, 408.
H I G H WOMEN'S GAMES
P a t M a r t i n , 169; Jody Rakis,
169; Roz VanZandt, 158.
With the lack of snow and
the energy crisis facing us, we
know ii may be a bit
discouraging for DeoDle
uuwtiotaic to think skiing.
Skiers have a way of indulging
in their passion for the
powdery stuff, so we thought
our readers should hear the
fashion news from Head Ski
and Sports Wear, Inc. Many
shops in Gaylord and
surrounding areas carry this
popular line of ski and afterski togs.
One fitted parka with snap
collar and zippered sleeves
and double-knit stretch side
panel has the Head name
printed in a colorful nameArftrmina way. It comes in
women's s i z e 8 - 14 and for
men in small, medium, large,
and extra large.
Hard »N Fast is the
customized racer pant with
metal window insert that fits
snugly over the boot buckle to
keep the pant leg pulled down.
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M I X E D DOUBLES NO. 1
Biss-Schreur
22
6
UIRU TRAM
Gaylord, Michigan 49735
Ph. 732-9033
MOSHIER
REFRIG- WILL CARE FOR CHILREFRIG- ERATION will be open for DREN in my home. By
MOSHIER
ERATION will be open for business
Friday
and week, day, or hour. Large
Friday
and Saturday only; for their play area. Call 983-4116 for
business
Saturday only; for their stock clearance sale. For more information.
stock clearance sale. For service phone anytime 348(7-19-tf-213)
service phone anytime 348- 7032.
BABYSITTING IN YOUR
7032.
(9-13-tf-181) HOME: on any week night or
(9-13-tf-179) CARPET * CERAMIC weekend.
References.
181
Please call 732-9567. Ask for
TILE:
Installation
&
Repair.
Services Available
RiiL
John Clark 732-5437.
(11-28-2-213)
(12-WM81)
"FOMCO" presents a Black
& Decker V4" electric drill, "FOMCO": is equipped to
Help W a n t e d
priced at $7.99. Phone give you prompt repair
Miscellaneous
"FOCHTMAN'S" at 732- service on air compressors,
tad-trie tuuis, and weiding WANTED: ueaury operator.
5115, Gayiurd.
P h o n e Svend's Beauty Shop. Full or
(124-1-181) e q u i p m e n t .
"FOCHTMAN'S" at 732- part-time. Apply or call 7325116, Gaylord.
5060.
(11-22-3-230)
(11-28-1-181)
WANTED: Aide to work in
workshop for mentally
DRTWJULL
Residential & Com- retarded approximately 14mercial — No job too 16 hours weekly. For information call 732-1233.
l a r g p o r inn e m a i l 20
(12-5-1-230)
years experience.
WELL DRILLING
^COMPLETE WATER
WELL SYSTEMS
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WANT ADS
"NEW 4 USED restaurant
and bar equipment." Furnishings and supplies.
Design and layout service,
Financial planning. Nursinp
Homes, Churches, and
Drive-ins. Call collect (616)
946-7760.
(12-5-1-181)
H i
LEAGUE
Standard Product
Glen E l e c . & F u r n .
Ski & Shore
BJs
M a d e Rite Chips
Town Crest Rest.
Northland Photo
R & H Sport Center
Glen's M a r k e t
Kile R e a l t y
Lay-Away Carpet
39 13
34
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34 10
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31 21
30 22
28 24
27 "2 24'/»
27'/* 24V,
25 27
23 29
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20 32
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A & W Rootbeer, 846; Hicks
Concrete, 799; Hoopers Floor, 796.
{BEN SCHENCK & ASSOCIATES, Inc.
Waters, Midi.
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ALPINE
BOWLING LEAGUE
A h w Rootbeer
Meadows Bar
Hoopers Floor
Standard Products
Hicks Concrete
Tiger Line
Larry's Bar
Otsego Hosp. No. '
General Telephone
Upper Lakes T i r e
Timberly M o t e l
Nancy's B«s«ty
Wolverine State R e a l t y
Alpine Trucking
Otsego Hosp. No. 2
Complete Collision
walk out basement, two fireplaces, on beautifully wooded 10
acres.
Evening Visit
(Confd. from P. 19)
Alpine J&w£
Aorio W «
A C R E A G E A N D C A B I N northeast of Vanderbilt, two b*<&-oom
cabin has new f u r n a c e , located on nice 40 acres, use for
recreation.
For An Enjoyable
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Fashion Taik
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REAL ESTATE
WatwsBar
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Willi Kin RESUL TS
Party
the needs of today's skier. You
will see long. mpHinm-length.
and short, racer-type parkas.
At the heart of the category
By Beite Crook
of short, fast-looking parkas is
Head's High Gear collectior.
Imagi-knit is the one with the
safety. The high rise waist explains that the ski wear for double knit stretch inserts at
band in the back will keep out
'74 is not revolutionary in the the sides.
the cold. For him, of course. company's
When temperatures head
well-balanced
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Fiamebouyant,.Go Wavy, and
LXJWIS
HILL which features
that changes are as fresh and
Moody Blue. Five swinging
untracked as an overnight fall taped rainbow colored bancolors add up to the swing
of light powder. In discussing dings, front and back. There
quartet in Quintessence, Head color, she states that the are inseam zip pockets, too.
Ski Wear's full-fashioned crew dramaticolors of the Head Colors for her: Head Black,
neck with saddle shoulders collection balance the en- White Out, Clockwork Lemon.
and traditional
and it comes in small, during
medium, large and extra Classicolors with silky-bright,
u p - t o - t h e - m i n u t e Conlarge.
For her, there is HIGH terupocolors.
(%AMC
J e r r y ' s Tool & Die, 586; Holiday
Inn, G a y l o r d , 554; Front Room,
554.
TUESDAY MORNING
COFFEE LEAGUE
Ding Bats
Bombers
Split G i t t e r s
Lazy D a z y s
Lucky Strikes
Uncontrolables
E a r l y Birds
Super Doopers
21
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22
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Olds-Engel
Hildebrant-Granger
Smith Couch
Toler-Tabachki
Hencka-DeRocco
Dodge Gil m o r e
Suddon-Kuch
Amthor-Burd
Hildebrant Jones
Noack-Castagna
Wethy-Pratt
Rosel Jensen
Riling-Davis
Jarvls-Hoffman
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16 12
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H I G H T E A M SERIES
Bombers. 2137; Ding Bats, 2087;
Uncontrolables, 2062.
HIGH TEAM GAME
Bombers, 732; Ding Bats, 725;
Uncontrolables, 711.
HIGH TEAM GAMES
H e n e k a D e R o c c o , 6 9 4 ; BissSchreur, 664; Biss-Schreur, 659.
HIGH IND. GAME
Shirley
E h r l i c h , 184; Beulah
Biss, 161; D a r l e n e Bennington, 159.
G U T T E R DUSTERS
Mary's Tavern
James Boys R e a l t y
StrolleOil Company
Bill's P a r t y Store
F a i r o a k s Cabins
Honey Dipper ^stteS
Vanderbilt M o t e l
Alpine Pizza
Gay Sego
Northern T a n k
U. S. Plywood
Green Construction
Nelson Construction
Alpine Roofing
37
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31
29
27
26
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H I G H T E A M SERIES
M a r y ' s T a v e r n , 2537; Bill's
D j r i u Store, 2379. L . S. PtVWOOCL
2367.
HIGH TEAM GAME
M a r y ' s T a v e r n , 896 885; U . S.
Plywood, 855; Vanderbilt M o t e l ,
822.
HIGH IND. SERIES
S. M o o r e , 525; S. Ballantyne,
479; P. Rollinski, 461, B. Noirot,
461.
HIGH IND. GAMES
S. M o o r e , 190, 189; P. Rolinsk.i,
175; B. NOirot, 175; D. Butka, 175;
S. Ballantyne, 171; F. Jenkins, 171;
R. V a e r n , 171.
FRIDAY NIGHT MIXERS
31 13
Champs
5ubh*nacKers
28'/j 15'/*
27
17
Wet Shoe G a n g
23'/* 20V*
Styles R a i d e r s
22 22
Goof Offs
16 V* 27'/*
Winners
15 29
Happy Hour Bowlers
H I G H MEN'S SERIES
B o b S c h r e u r , 601; Don'Sandberg,
553; L a r r y Olds, 535.
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H I G H IND. GAMES
L. Sides, 213; R. L'Esperance,
206; R. Y a n k e e , 194; B. Simmons,
193.
HIGH IND. SERIES
L. Sides. 565: U W a r r e n . 532; R
Y a n k e e , 514; R. L'Esperance, 507;
M . E v e r e t t , 501.
HIGH TEAM GAMES
Town & Country Cleaner*. M A :
G a y l o r d Steel, 863; Town Crest,
854.
H I G H T E A M SERIES
Town Crest. 2462, Gaylord Steel,
2431; Svend's Beauty Shop, 2394.
. WILLIAMS REAIi ESTATE
408 West Main Gaylord
Phone: 732-5130
N E W H O M E in country. On large lot 150- x 275'. With full
basement and fully modern. Priced to sell.
40 A C R E S . Excellent t e r m s . Wooded w i t h some river frontage.
Located in Hudson Township, Charlevoix County.
A C R E A G E in Gaylord School District. 10.1 a c r e parcels f r o m
$5,000 a n d up.
$24,000. 7 Miles e a ^ K ^iJ€ii
^ejhs.
•0 A C R E S . Nicely wooded. On black top road. Borders F i f e
L a k e State Forest. $24,000. T e r m s .
100 F E E T O F F R O N T A G E on L a k e Huron in Cedarville a r e a .
Nice new home facing Snow Islands. Furnished.
N E W T W O B E D R O O M carpeted home w i t h gas furnace, gas
hot w a t e r heater. On one acre. South of Kalkaska on M-66.
$13,500. T e r m s .
H O U S E S l H O U S E S ) H O U S E S ! We have several available.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
frontage by 30C deep.
on North Center
Street. 17C
80 A C R E S including *4 mile lake frontage. Located in Otsego
County, $35,000. T e r m s .
E X C E L L E N T three bedroom home in Pine Briar. Carpeted,
finished basement Built in stov* and refrigerator Rec room
with pool table in basement, l M i l e to G a y l o r d
40 A C R E S east of Gaylord. $16,000.00.
I N T O W N Three bedroom with hardwood floors
kitchen Excellent buy a t $19,000.
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Benson Wood, to build a h o j s e in
Otsego Lake Township.
Lloyd Wolf, to build a storage
building in Bagley Township.
ANGLES
BEAMS
CLOSE TO TOWN
3 bedroom home just 2
miles south of Gaylord
on corner lot. Well kept
home with natural gas
heat, $20,900. Keith
Dressel Realty. 7321707.
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SQUARE 10 ACRE
BUILDING SITE:
660' of county blacktop
frontage & 660' on good
county gravel road. 5
Miles east of Gaylord.
2 ^ - 5 - 1 0 ACRE
FAKCELS:
100 percent wooded,
gently rolling. V* Mile to
state land. $3,750 and up easy down, payments and
40 ACRES:
WAREHOUSE - M-32
100 percent rolling and
FRONTAGE:
wooded. 20 Minutes tc8,000 sq. ft. plus - railroad
Boyne Mountain. 5 Mile to
siding - electric phone and
1-75. $3,500 down with
water. $5,000 Down on 8
terms.
percent contract $14,500
CHALET CONDOMINIUM;
total price.
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, living
CHOICE BUILDING SITE: roomd, balcony, complete
10 square acres, 660'
kitchen, private pool and
county blacktop frontage
sauna. Completely fureast of town - $8,500. 25
nished and ready to move
percent down land conin. Rental management
tract
available. Check this one
COREY COVE:
today.
Sharp 3 bedroom ranch, 2
COMMERCIAL:
fireplaces, living room,
50' x 264' frontage on Old
family room, new bath.
27 South. Includes 520
This 1,800 sq. ft. home is
sauare foot carDeted
nestled on 2 280' z 299' lot
chalet type office. Gas
just one block from Otsego
heat, well, septic. ImLake. Available at $23,500
mediate poseession.
with 3 percent contract.
INVESTMENT SPECIAL:
PLEASE NOTE:
652 acres, 2 miles of
For any or all your real
county road frontage,
estate needs you can rely
beautiful ridges, rolling
on any one of our fulltime
and wooded, adjoins
professionals at Ski &
several thousand acres of
Shore. Our service is as
state land. $300 per acre,
near as your telephone.
terms.
Call us today.
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The VFW Hall, 408 West Main. Gaylord]
PHONE: 732-5130
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contout waistband, storm
cuffs, and protective leather
patches at the ankles. How
could you choose from among
these colors: Bone Vivant,
Coco-color, Flamebouyant, Go
Navy, Apres-cot, Clockwork
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Graduated Length Method
(Head's
GLM Parkas)
originally used in ski instruction and reinterpreted
by Head in parkas that will go
to almost any length to meet
Parlour
Restaurant
• H o m e M a d e S p e c i a l i t i e s Every D a y
n o u i e Jiiaae i c e L r e a m
uvea sending missiuiim y
boxes this past week. Time
was taken out for a pot luck
luncheon and it seemed to put
us all in the Christmas spirit.
We are now busy planning our
Christmas program.
• o r e u K i u s i - L.uncti - D i n n e r
Hours 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sorry, we are closed Mondays. South Old 27
at 1-75 Exit Adjoining Gaylord Motor Inn. 732-5687
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
(Cont'd from P. 20)
Miscellaneous
for Sale
359
Miscellaneous
for Sale
VVIIICM
The period of redemption w i l l
be six months from date of sale.
r>2«»_ : Q_f«K«r 24_ 1975.
fviOfivovc
M I C H I G A N NATIONAL BANK
Mortgagee.
Douglas J . Austin
FRASER TREBILCOCK DAVIS
6. F O S T E R
Attorneys for Mortgagee
Business Address 1018
National Tower
Lansing, M l 48933
(11-22-5)
LEGAL
1972 Chevrolet ' ^
ton 4 wheel drive
pick UD truck
ser.
CKE142F 369248
wiM be sold at Public sale at the
r e a r p a r k i n g lot of Gaylord State
oanK,
o a y i o r a , /Michigan at
10:00 a . m . Dec. 12, 1973. The
Bank reserves rights to lasl b i d .
To inspect vehicle prior to sale
contact B. Cook, a t bank. 7322411.
(11 29-2)
1
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1
WANT ADS
Oil
Now T h e r e f o r e , Notice is
Hereby Given that by virtue of
the power of sale contained in
said M o r t g a g e and in pursuance
of the statute In such case made
and provided, the said Mortgage
will be foreclosed by a sale of the
premises therein described or so
much
thereof
as m a y b e
necessary, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, at 225 West
M a i n street in the City of
G a y l o r d , and County of Otsego,
M l , that being the place of
holding the Circuit Court in a n d
for said County, on December 21,
1973, a t 10:00 o'clock local time In
the fore noon of said day, and
said premises w i l l be sold to p a y
the amount so as aforesaid then
due on said Mortgage together
( T h e Rest Of Y o u C o m e T o o ! )
The season for giving is
upon us and the ladies at
Johannesburg
Grace
Assembly have been busy
v">'
to t * . " » i t c ~ c f IIU
i-:*',
which
sa'd oremlset
mr»
described in said Mortgage es
follows, towit: Lot 88, Plat of
Southern Trails, according to the
plat thereof as recorded in Liber
2 of Plats, Pages 98-101, Otsego
County
Records, said parcel
being located in the Township of
Hayes,
Otsego
County,
Michigan.
there is c l a i m e d to be due at the
date of this notice, for principal
and interest, the sum of Seven
Thousand Six Hundred Forty
F i v e a n d .56 100 ($7,645.56)
Dollars, no proceedings having
been instituted to recover the
debt now remaining secured by
?a:_
MorfsagSi or any part
thereof, whereby the power of
sale contained in said Mortgage
has become operative;
Ladies & Gentlemen Welcome
Assembly
Is Busy
c
Default havino been made In
the c o n d i t i o n s of a c e r t a i n
Mortgage m a d e by Andrea M .
Arbrihnot, a-k-o Andrea Arbuthnot, a m a r r i e d woman to
M i c h i g a n N a t i o n a l B a n k , of
Lansing, M l dated August 16,
1972, and recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds for the
County of Otsego and State of
M i c h i g a n , on August 28, 1972, in
Liber 159 of Mortgages, on page 1
VIIQ-IIT;
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
with 7 percent interest, legal
costs. Attorneys' f e e * a n d also
any taxes and Insurance that
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Swuih be i ween M-32 and
1-75 Expressway exit.
Zoned
commercial,
ideal business location
on high traffic road.
Keith Dressel Realty,
Gaylord. 732-1707.
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for you to find the ad or ads you are seeking in today's classified want ads
359
Miscellaneous
for Sale
MOSHIER
REFRIGERATION will be open for
business
Friday and
Saturday only; for their
stock clearance sale. For
service phone anytime 3487032.
(9-13-tf-359)
357
Machinery a n d Tools
387
SNOWPLOWS: Heavy duty
snowplowing for pick-ups,
Jeeps and Tractors. Repairs
on all plows and hydraulic
systems.
Call
Hyde
Equipment, Petoskey, MI
(616) 347-4725.
(10-25-10-357)
WANTED TO BUY: U. S.
Silver coins Pre 1964 (Silver
dollars thru dimes) any
amount. Call collect after 6
(616) 947-4964.
(12-5-2-387)
WANTED TO BUY: Large
tract of land, rolling terrain,
Gaylord School District,
Black top road, no brokers.
Call collect (313) 781-3257
and or (313) 781-4026.
(ll-22-tf387)
W a n t e d t o Buy
<*
415
Houses for Sale
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IMPORTANT
ANNOUNCEMENT
We are building NEW HOMES in
Gaylord West at wholesale prices.
SAVE $3,000.00 to $5/000.00 thru our
new "Builder-Owner Participation
Program" especially designed to
help you beat the high cost ot today^s
housing.
YOU'RE INVITED T O
DRIVE THRU
AT vnim
CONVENIENCE
&a?lorb
A totally planned community of
country style living ... yet oniy 2
minutes away from downtown
Gaylord's shopping area, schools,
medical
facilities
and entertainment.
It's area of 300 acres consists ot soft
rolling hills, woods and lakes with all
homesites featuring scenic views of
the Northland's beauty.
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Imagine your future home here?
Why not plan a friendly visit to
Gaylord West, "a really nice place
to live."
COMPARE OUR
P R O P E R T I E S , INC.
PRODUCT & PRICES
A FULLTIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF
GAYLORD -700 WEST MAIN
Phcncj 2 3 i . i i 7 Z INDIAN RIVE*R — MfisTbld 27
Fhone: 238-9326
OPEN FRIDAYS TIL 8 P.M.
Sundays 10-4 P.M.
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FOR
SALE: 3-bedroom
home on North Ohio, full
basement with recreation
MATTRESSES & BOX
room, carpeted, attached
SPRINGS
garage. Shown by daytime
For a complete selection,
appointment only. $29,500.
Twin or King Size, with
Terms. Land 0 ' Pines,
reasonable prices. Shop
NEW STOCK
Gaylord, 732-2511.
and compare at the
OF CHAIRS
331
(12-5-1-415)
HOMESTEAD
HOUSE
TY/Radio/Recording
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 4
TABLE LAMPS
in Grayling located op- Wide variety of styles,
miles east of Gaylord on MA nice selection for the FOR SALE: Linear Amposite the water tower on
colors and fabrics to choose
32.
Nearly new 3 bedroom
early Christmas buyers
the 1-75 business loop. Open from; prices from $79.95
plifier, Model LM75; 12
ranch style house, attached
from $7.95. Stop in and see VDC; 10-11 Meter band; $75;
both Wednesday and for a velvet swivel rocker
401
2-car garage with full
them at the HOMESTEAD
Friday evenings for your
with comfortable barrel
Call 732-9330.
Business P r o p e r t y
basement on one acre.
Kf)!!SF.
in
Gravlinc
V.UlltCIIIUIl.1..
Assume present mortgage.
located opposite the water
$99.95. Recliners $99.95,
387
Immediate occupancy. 732OFFICE FOR SALE
tower on the 1-75 business
W a n t e d t o Buy
and many more. See them
2605.
loop. Open both Wednesday
FOR SALE: Several 10 at the HOMESTEAD
26
x
38
foot
office
J.
and Friday evenings for
(11-28-2-415)
gallon milk cans, 2 large
building, brick paved
Wanted - Vacant land or
your convenience.
parking, new drapes 8. HOUSES FOR SALE: Many
glass jars, hand corn
farm 20 acres or more.
carpet on North Old 27 floor plans to choose from.
planter, one man cross-cut
Send information to F.G. close to business area. From $11,900. Financing
sow and other items. Phone APACHE SOLID STATE: all WINDMILL FOR SALE:
Henry, 36811 Alexis Crt.,
Call 732-2331 or 732-4795. available. Call Northland
extras, $850. for quick sale,
7324555.
Good condition, dismantled.
S
terling
Heights,
almost
new.
Two
pair
Homes of Gaylord. 732-2721.
(12-5-2-359)
$200. Call E J . Meiers (517) Michigan, 48077 No points,
French doors. Claw-foot tub.
(ll-28-tf-415)
Houses for Sale
FIRE EXTUNLiUlMlttKS: 2-3 lite windows ZW by 6'. I W I I I A I .
no commission, No agents.
FOR
SALE: 3-bedroom
(11-28-3-359)
New 5 Lb. ABC multi- Furnace tin. Kegs and
modified chalet in Pine
purpose (UL) meets OSHA barrels. Gravlinc Call 348- FOR SALE: Two 8 x 55. 14 REWARD: Wanted to buy at FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 Briar. Fluali carpeting! i ^
bedroom, fully carpeted,
requirements. S A L E regular 2493.
inch snow tires with wheels. highest prices: Potbelly or
year around home, with baths, mud room and utility
any
woodburning
stoves.
$39,189 now $27.89. EXTRA
(12-5-1-359) $15 Call before 2:00 pari. 732area. Attached 2 car garage,
Sleigh, cow or farm bells, attached IVz car garage.
wall
bracket,,
free
9157.
brand new appliances. Super
Situated
on
spacious
lot
FOR
SALE:
GE
stove,
selfcrocks,
jugs,
cream
or
milk
delivery...Money
Back
(12-5-1-359)
cans, old cars, buggies, located on Bradford Lake nice. $27,500. financing
guarantee. Call (616) 775-cleaning oven, GE dishguns, kerosene lamps. Old shore Drive with view of available. Land 0* Pines,
I RENTED IT
6509 or 824-6285 or write the washer portable. Magtag
banks, toys, dolls, furniture. beautiful Bradford Lake. Gaylord. 732-4445.
Gardian Company Cadillac, washer, automatic Phone
THROUGH THE
(12-5-1-415)
Any antique oddity. 732-9831. Call 732-9402 for ap756-2894.
MI 49601.
| WANTADS. 4
(Confd.
on
P. 22)
pointment.
(ll-8-tf-415)
(10-U-tf-387)
(12^-1-359)
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BEAUTIFUL MITTENS: &
Ancestral dinner setting for
12 made in England. Phone
732-5676.
(12-5-1-359)
Our homes are custom built to
YOUR SPECIFICATIONS
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10 P L U S A C R E T R A C T S in G a y l o r d School District, $5900
•and contract terms
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LEGAL
OLD27 SOUTH
iTiauc v i m e
Nice n e w
frontage
40 A C R E F A R M with home. N e w pole b a m and additional
s m a l l cement btock barn Noar Vienna Corners.
1M- F R O N T A G E O N W E Q U A S L A K E . Nice four bedroom
home w i t h oil heat Excellent condition.
T R A I L E R H O M E w i t h built on addition. T w o car garage. On
es 7 miles from Gaylord.
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Thursday, December6, 1973 f | c r a l d | ! m C S
Lemon, Greenola and Moody
Blue?
We hope we've given you
something to start on as you
are shopping for the skiers in
your family - or for yourself.
Check the local merchants for
additional styles.
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Remodeled 3 bedroom
home, large rooms,
chlldrens rooms, easy
house to heat with
natural gas. $18,500.
Keith Dressel Realty,
Gaylord. 732-1707.
SWISS-ETTES L E A G U E
Town & Country Cleaners 39 13
34
18
Town Crest
33
19
Eagles A u x i l i a r y
31V* 20'/*
29'/*
22V»
Alpine Lanes
28 24
Burns Electric
27 25
Ford Hardware
26'/* 25V*
Purchase Sales
26 26
G a y l o r d Steel
Robert C. Hale Irss.
V i l l a g e Builders
Call of the Wild
Northland Photo
E l k h o r n Bar
Glen Electric
ii.vut.aiiy
The following persons have been
issued building permits by the
County of Otsego recently:
John L. Townsend, to build a
model realty office in Bagley
HIGH LADIES'GAME
D o n n a D o d g e , 180; B o n n i e
Schreur, 179; M a r g e Olds , 178.
„ — » . . » . , £*»*••»
om«*<,••
Building Permits
HIGH LADIES'SERIES
Marge
Olds, 5 1 2 ;
Bonnie
Schreur, 486; Rogene Toler, 472.
Mrir|*,
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Incrediblue, Bone Vivant,
Coca-Color, Moody Blue,
Clockwork Lemon, Pluscious,
Flamebouyant,
Sugarbush,
Go Navy, and Greenola. This
comes in 10-14 short, 8-16
regular, and 10-14 long.
Kathleen C. Blackmer,
neaa 5 n and sports Wear
Company Company, Inc.,
ribbed fabric for non-skid
HIGH MEN'S GAME
Don Sandberg, 203; Bob Schreur,
202; Bob Schreur, 202.
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slightly flared at the bottom,
with stirrup, and featuring a
high straight waistband.
Colors to chose from? You
o
H I G H T E A M SERIES
B i s s - S c h r e u r , 1980; H e n e k a DeRocco,
1939;
SandbergVanderhoff, 1935.
HIGH I N D . SERIES
Shirley E h r l i c h , 478; Beulah
Biss, 429; D a r l e n e Bennington, 427.
nui
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Sizes small, medium, and
large. His colors are Clockwork Lemon, Flamebouyant,
Go Navy and Moody Blue in
sizes Small, Medium, Large
and Extra Large.
And Head asks "Why be a
ski bum when OFF SKID
ROW, a warm up pant with
panels of non-skid fabric, can
is located l'/j miles west of Gaylord. Take M-32
one mile west of 1-75 to Murner Rd.. torn nort
mile to enlrance.
GAYLORD WEST OFFICE - 732-5158
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
H«rald7imi's
Thursday
' °«"m*»"-»"
*B'arton
Holiday Season Activities Set By Methodist Church
Plan* •»>• a Christmas
season full of inspirational
activity were discussed at the
Council of Ministries meeting
oc the United Meihodist
Church last week.
At each Worship service on
Sundays during Advent, the
Lighting of the Advent Wreath
will be done by several
tamiiies: The Roger Greens,
CiimieS
WcHuiauuS,
Service will be held on Sunday
evening, December 16, with a
"Christ Birthday Party" for
all who attend.
On Christmas Eve a
Communion - Candlelighting
Service -.viil be celebrated
Larry Bowers.
The "Hanging of the
Greens'* was held last Sunday
evening with carol singing end
decorating of the Christmas
Tree with the Couples Club in
Cutugc.
turn v n u u T c f i ' S a i m Yuutii
Licltc
WIUU
(Formerly Ftttiji)
Thursday Nrte-
Steak Special
S Oz. New York Strip Fries & Salad «2.95
Friday Nite -
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On Display
Complete J
j
nsn & onnmp
Ail You Can Eat
Saturday Nrte -
Kitchen (
*?.00 Off Any Complete Dinner
Sunday •3.50
• Jenn Air Ranges
LIVE MUSIC WEDNESDAY NITE
. i roiriAx/ ajirc
ana ri\ivm m i *
by the Verfflfon«f Variety Band
• Kitchen Aid
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SATURDAY NITE by Stubby Jenkins i\
fka i^minr-v (?ni/thm Rm/c
I t
Dishwashers
(t^orner
in February ai the united
Nations Building in New York
City and Washington, D. C.
Various Church organizations
and the congregation will
assist in financing the trip for
the young people. The
V/l w i t .
pastor, Rev. Raymond Roe. auspices of the Detroit ConOn New Year's Eve the ference of the United
Church will participate in a Methodist Church.
Svend Madsen, chairman of
Worldwide Prayer Vigil from
noon until midnight. Those the Council, presided at the
planning to attend will be meeting.
asked to sign up in one-half
TTTT1
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hour segments covering this
time.
An insurance policy was
fians are aiso under way to
taken out against the live
sponsor several Gaylord youth
capture and delivery in
to attend the World Peace and
London of the Loch Ness
monster.
International Affairs Seminar
Finest Professional
Wedding Photography
In The North...
Marillat Cabinets
All The Chicken You Can Eat
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Now available in the Gaylord
Area. - our beautiful samples
will assist you in your choice traditional
or contemporary,
natural color. Prices to fit your
budget. Scheduling fall and
winter dates now. Hurry, write
or phone today.
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jerry iv(ariiijci]a\
Creat/ve
Photography
909 CURTIS A V E . , EAST BAY VIEW
PETOSKEY MICH. 49770
PHONE 616-347-983*
BY PASTOR
JERALDPOEHL
Gaylord Assembly of God
Doctors can now see inside a
Houses for Sale
TWD
FOR SALE by owner. Three
bedroom home on 10 acres
with enclosed back porch,
carpeted, 2-car garage, nine
miles east of Gaylord, 7329177.
(9-2MM15)
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom full
basement, 2-car garage, oil
furnace, large lot 150 x 250.
Five miles East of Gaylord
on M-32. $20,000 Terms:
Land Contract. Call 732-9510
or 732-1309.
(10-l8-tf-415)
Correction
FOR
SALE:
3 bedrooms,
for you to find the a d o r a d s y o u a r e seeking
Boats and
Marine Equipment
V?
FOR SALE: Balboa 20-ft.
sail boat with trailer. Fully
equipped, includes main, jib,
Genoa spinnaker sails,
Johnson outboard, chemical
toilet, stove, cushions, lines,
anchor, lifejackets, etc.
$3,750. Call 732-9211 before 5
p.m. After 5, call 732-9853.
(12-5-1-507)
532
Snowmobiles
m
601
Apartments for Rent
RENTALS
1-2 bedroom at Otsego
Lake, utilities furnished.
Keith Dressel Realty
Old 27 South
44
FOR SALE: 292 Ford motor
and transmission, less than
25.000 miles. 1971 Nordic and
LI m i d gGuuiiu u t i l i t i e s . i'Sir
Olympique ski-doo. Phone
2176
732-5660.
LIVINGSTON ESTATES:
(12-5-1-5??)
One acre on Souih Drive.
FOR SALE: 1971 Dauphin
Over 500 large pine trees that
snowmobile with 15 h.p.
will make beautiful setting
Hirth motor. Excellent
for that new home. Call
condition, $225. Alpine
Flint, Mr. Kelley, 23J>6320 or
Trailer Sales, U.S. 27 South
785-9171.
(5-17-tf-420)
732-2332.
ONE ACRE IMPROVED
M9_R_9JM9\
lot, 10 percent down. Hanger
536
Lake Subdivision No. 137,
Sports Equipment
100' x 450'. weu, sepuc lank
and electricity if desired. FOR SALE: Lang Pro,
(313)371-0223.
(7-12-tf-420) Men's size 8, worn one week.
FOR SALE: Lake lot 60' z Call 732-9067 after 5 p.m.
(12-5-1-536)
120' near Boyne Mountain.
LAKE ARROWHEAD $550. 601
Apartments for Rent
Cash. Phone (517) 435-7415.
' 11-22-3-420) a T» • D T M W T
KIA
large living room, family
room, fuel basement 2 pargarage, on 10 acres, country
living, 4 miles west of
Gaylord. Call 732-5660 after 4
pjn.
(12-5-1415)
FOR RENT: Furnished 2
bedroom house for rent. 5
miles Norm on 27, Vz mile
East on Matelski Road and
•~? mile North on Nooacn
Road. Call 983-4288.
(12-5-2-415)
FOR SALE: 329 S. Main, 2story home, three bedrooms,
\Vi baths, dining room,
basement, garage. $29,900
with just $5,000 down. Land
Of Pines, Gaylord, 732-2511.
Mobile Homes
(12^-1-415)
HOUSE FOR SALE: 5
bedrooms, part furnished, FOR SALE: Mobile home. 12
r-arneted
c m h*»i«t T-75
z 65 19^1 Shaffield with three
Business Loop, Grayling, 201 bedrooms and two baths.
McClellen, $17,000. By ap- Two miles Northwest of
pointment, Mrs. James Gaylord on Meecher Road.
Forbes 348-4541.
Call 732-9843 or Ken at 732(12-5-1-415) 9432 (ll-28-tf-426)
r i m SALJS: Just sw.uuu. tor
this 2 bedroom home MOBILE HOMES FOR
overlooking Otsego Lake. SALE: Arbutus Beach
A p p l i a n c e s I n c l u d e d . Highlands. Brand new 2
Assume present land con- bedroom mobile home, well,
tract or make offer. Land O' septic, and lot included.
$3,500. down. Land O' Pines,
Pines, Gaylord, 732-2511.
(12^-1-415) Gaylord, 732-2511.
(124-1-426)
FOR SALE: Country living
children or pets. Security
deposit required.
Call
Gaylord Mortgage & Realty.
732-5119.
732-1707
606
Business
Property for Rent
SEVERAL
CHOICE,
modern
air-conditioned
office suites available.
Contact Gaylord Mortgage &
Realty, Inc., 7324119.
(6-27-tf406)
WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR
RENT: 24 x 70, heated if
needed. Call 732-4841.
WANTADSJ
I
in today's
610
Houses for Rent
NOW LEASING SPACE in
the new Grayling Mall
Phone Grayling 348-9003 for
more details.
(7-26-tf406)
FOR RENT OR SALE:
Warehouse or commercial
building: 5,000 square feet,
cement floor with full
basement, power and water,
i diu'Oau a i u u i g . m - 3 2 iTOIi-
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classified want ads
A
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
mobile home, Higgins Lake
area. $120 monthly. Call 8219890. Security
deposit.
Furnished or unfurnished,
very clean.
(124-1-610)
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
riverfront, 6 acre wooded lot.
New appliances, furniture,
carpet. Utilities including
heat furnished. (Gas furnace
and Franklin fireplace)
Security deposit, references
required. To see call (517)
647-7777 for appointment.
(124-tf410)
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom
Home !*fc hath. Call 7324687.
(124-1410)
FOR RENT: Furnished,
cozy clean cottages. Utilities
included, security deposit
required. No pets. Phc.e 7322244.
/ ««•» e? 4
tage, Elmira. Write or call
Wayne Wallrich, 1415
Harvard Road, Grosse
Pointe, MI 48230 or (313) 889_£_** CM \
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FOR RENT: Two bedroom
AHl CONDITIONED, fully
unit, Otsego Lake. Call 732carpeted, luxurious office
1262 after 6:00 p.m.
building now under con(10-25-tf-601)
struction. Office suites
FOR RENT: For the ski
available from SCO w 5,000
season, 2 bedroom unit. Call
sq. fet. Directly across from
after 6 p.m. 732-1262.
County Court House and
(10-25-tf401)
Municipal parking lot.
Contact Gaylord Mortgage &
APARTMENT FOR RENT:
1
bedroom
furnished Realty, Inc. 7324119.
(6-27-tf408)
apartment for rent. $130 per
610
month including utilities.
Houses for Rent
OVERNIGHT
ROOMS.
near acres of snowmobile f439
Private entrances, private FOR RENT: Furnished 2 4c 3
Resort and
land. Four bedrooms. 3-level
bath. $75 per month. Call 732- Bedroom cottages. Nor/ ^ : ? : - r »~
chalet, partially furnished,
9645.
thwood Resort. West side of
year round maintained FOR SALE BY OWNER:
(H-d-tf-610) Otsego Lake. Gaylord. 732roads. Land O' Pines,
Two large lots at Michaywe'. 1 A 2 BEDROOM luxury 5094.
Gaylord, 732-2511.
Ideally located across from apartments. No children or
(11-22-2410)
(12-5-1-415) clubhouse and close to pets. Lease & security FOR RENT: Beautiful, new
FOR SAlx' JUIMUUICSUU* £ golfcourse and tennis courts. deposit required, ^au Iiome on lake between
5-bedroom home, basement,
Lets Numbers 27 and 28. Gaylord Mortgage, Inc., 732- Gaylord and Grayling.
garage $16,900 for all this
Phone 7324537 or 732-2014. 5119.
November to June. $150 par
Irving area. Land O' Pines.
(6-27-tf-601) month. Call (313) 2924623.
10-4-tf-4»)
Gaylord, 732-2511.
(11-224410)
APARTMENTS FOR
112-5-1-415)
FOR
RENT:
3 bedroom
RENT: Furnished, newly
year
around
unit.
pftArp
decorated
one
bedroom
Tntjtt5
References
and
security
unit. West Otsego Lake area.
No children or pets. Security deposit required. Otsego
Deposit and references. $125. Lake. Call 732-1262 after 6
LOT FOR SALE: W x 100'
p.m.
Call 7 3 2 4 m
CaO 732-4421 Defer* 5 p.m.
(ll-28-tf410)
(11-284421)
(12-5-3-420)
yotrtsach
full cape back, long sleeves
and a turtle neck collar. A
tiara of suuwflake pattern
Vienice lace secured her
elbow length veil which was
trimmed with matching lace.
She carried a bouquet of which
feather crysanthemums with
symbidium orchids, accented
with ribbons.
610
Houses for Rent
«
CHALET FOE HENT: 2 *
bedrooms between Gaylord
and Mancelona. Weekends
$50. Call (313) 877-9412.
(11-22-4410)
617
Rooms for Rent
*
FOR RENT: Excellent
sleeping room near bath and
shower. Gentlemen only. 7325605.
(124-tf417)
ROOM FOR RENT: Call
7324653.
(124-tf417)
Wanted to Rent
ift
WANTED TO RENT: 2 4
bedroom house, preferably
out of town, but will consider
city location. Moderately
priced. Call evenings or
weekends, 732-9650.
(840-t£444)
i»iA\
FOR RENT: 12 x 60 Marlette
Must have references and
and security deposit. Phone
732-9038 after 5 p.m.
(124-2410)
FOR RENT:
New 3
bedroom, ranch, cathedral
ceiling, fully carpeted,
laundry room, 2 car attached
garage. $200 per month plus
security deposit. Call Lois
732-2511.
(124-1410)
FOR
RRNT: 3 bedroom
house located near school.
For immediate occupancy
contact Robert Doumas at
the Sugar Bowl Restaurant
r
*2-5524
(124-2410)
FOR RENT: Available Sept.
1. Beautiful new chalet. No
pets. Security deposit. $250
per month. Write P.O. Box
341, Gaylord, MI.
(8-23-tf410)
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
home. 3 miles South on Old
27. Call 732-2391.
(124-1410)
HOUSE FOR RENT: One
block from Main Street. Two
bedrooms, newly decorated,
stove, refrigerator carpet
and drapes. No pets.
Security
deposit and
references. $150. Call 7329068.
( 11.28-*
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SKIERS:
Cottage on
Manistee River. Furnished,
fireplace, m bath, garage,
miles of sncwtrsils. January
1 through April 15. $1,200.
Only responsible party's.
F F Meiers. (517) 7234195.
28-3-810)
WANTED
OFFICE SPACE
State agency will lease
a p p r o x i m a t e l y 225
square feet of ground
floor office space In a
new or existing building
in Gaylord. Space to be
available as soon as
possible.
Address replies to
Department
of
Management & Budget,
Management Division,
Room 120 Stevens T.
Mason Building, Lansing, Michigan 48913.
Attention;
Zuver
*
* Brunch Every Sunday
11 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.
a great Treat
* Dinner 6 - 10 P.M.
Tuesday — Sat
In The Club Room
Specialties Nightly
* Luncheons Served
Sat. 11 A.M. - 2 P.M.
* Closed M o n d a y
M 11 r e m / C o o h i n n
u u i ovsjr I C I O I M U I O I I U Y Y
BY SUZANNE WHYTE
The mothers of the Gaylord
Co-operative Nursery School
provided everyone who attended their Christmas luncheon on Dec. 1, with plenty of
tips for Santa.
They and their children
modeled
fashions
from
Cooley's E apartment Store,
Knights' Fty's of Gaylord,
Tots to Teens and Vaughns.
The fashions reflected the
easy care trend, according to
Sandi
Cogswell,
commentator. Most are machine
washable and dryable. Mix
and match pant outfits were
•A"
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*
*
FOR SALE: 1969 Olds Delta
88 in perfect condition.
Automatic transmission,
power brakes and power
steering, vinyl roof, small
economical engine. Has been
'uncu-up atiu
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puiriiiCiv uifuicf a t G p . m . T h e
UIIUIO
very popular.practical and
pretty.
Knights of Gaylord offered
black cuffed pants by
"Pantrend" matched with a
long sleeved sweater vest by
"Harpees" to create a layered
look. Ruth Blackledge carried
a cardigan sweater which
could be used to give the outfit
a totally different look.
Connie Victor modeled
several ensemble outfits from
Cooley's including a beautiful
beige slack outfit which is
available with two matching
slacks. Glenda Styles modeled
"Bobbie Brooks" pants from
Vaughns, diagonal plaid
pants, cuffed and highwaisted. They were combined
with a tailored long sleeved
blouse and topped with a short
Those who "do it themselves" were very much in
style. Linda Raymond with
daughters Susan and Beth
modeled holiday gowns that
she had made of velvet and
double knit.
Tots to Teens offered many
practical
fashions for
children. Thomas Crawford
uicso
with
a
matching jacket. Her corsage
was of white carnations and
bittersweet, also.
meat will be "Ham What
Am." Each member is asked
to bring a non-meat dish to
pass and table service.
A reception was held
Gifts are not to exceed $1 in
following
the wedding value will be exchanged.
ceremony at the church
Maurice Cluff of this area's
parlor. After the reception the Social Security Dept. will give
a bnei taiK on changes in
the flower girl.She wore an Michigan. They will make Social Security laws and
apricot dress trimmed with their home near Caloma, regulations.
ecru lace and brown velvet. Michigan.
Again this year, the group
will give a gift for a needy
Dwight Anderson, brotherThe bride is a graduate of child. These gifts will be
in-law of the bride of
Ludington High School and the passed on to the Kiwanis Club
Ludington, was the best man.
Hackley Hospital of Nursing for distribution. Mark the gift
Paul Simington of St. Joseph, in Muskegon. She was last for girl or boy.
Mick Hartung of Benton employed as an R.N. and President "Russ" Gilbert
Harbor and Gary Vertican of
instructor at Hackley Hosptial reports that over 20 new
Traverse City were the at- until her marriage.
members joined the club at
tendants. The groom and
the November meeting,
attendants
wore
brown
The groom is a graduate of bringing the total paid
tuxeoos and ngni apricot G a v l u i u I l i g l i o i i i u u i a u u i i i c i i i u e r s i i i p m u v e i ou.
shirts.
Michigan Technological
"This is an ideal time to join
University. He is employed by - we would like to wind up 1973
the Indiana and Michigan with 100 members - so - why
Electric Co in Renton Harbor
not
»hi«
on louiiao
sleeved sweater.
Designers are giving us
pastels this winter, as well as
classic black and white. One
model wore a "Vicky
Vaughn" gown of lavender
with ruffled hem and cuffs,
available at Knights of
Gaylord. From Vaughns,
Glenda Styles modeled a
perfectly feminine ruffled
white blouse with a long black
skirt by "Milliken."
icngth
K1UU1I1 3
and Becky Rhines were ready
for Santa in pajamas of cotton
flannel and matching robes.
Carol Viviano looked darling
in a princess style dress by
"Youngland."
Mother, too, can wait for
Santa in beautiful robe and
gown ensembles. Ann Peets
was a vision of pink in a long
robe of 100 percent polyester
with a delicate design of
flowers across the bodice.
From Cooleys, Connie wore a
yellow brushed nylon nightie
topped with a matching print
robe.
This fashion show took us
into the past. Pam Madden
modeled a dress from the '20s.
Her accessories included a
snug crocheted hat which is
very much in style today.
"If you should be the 90th or
100th name on the membersiiip list, you wiii receive a
)5 gift certificate plus a free
Haircut ix you re a man anu a
free hair-do (shamnoo and
Blue
Special
alcn
rorair
•K
,.:«•
tificate plus a free haircut to
the man sponsor or free hairdo if a lady spousur."
Black Tan
Dec. 9-10-11
Sun-Mon-Tues
"BLUME IN LOVE"
R
"Attention old members - if
you sponsor or bring in the
90th or 100th member, ycu ^viU
The big build up: Naturalizer's pants shoe with
platform, high and mighty wood grained heel. Just
one from our new Naturalizer collection. Come in
and see them all, now, during Naturalizer Week.
"THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE"
Cartoon
set) i f y o u a r e a l a d y .
High
flying
fashion values
with
down-to-earth comfort
RIALT0 THEATRE
GRAYLING MICHIGAN
TELE: 348-2411
Fall & Winter schedule in effect Sept. 1st. Doors open
week nights 6:45, show starts at 7:00 Sundays 12:45
show cont'd from one.
Thurs-Fri-Sat
Dec 6-7-8
GENE HACKMAN & SHEIXEY WINTERS
Starring In
PG
i uirj i any UCU. O
December 8?" Gilbert said.
mcao
MISCHLEY'S SHOES
Starring
GEORGE SEGAL
Sports
Cartoon
CLOSED DEC. 12
*
COME I N
*
FROM THE COLD
Michaywe'
:
"»AIN ST.
Gaylord
M i chay we'
I s
& Located 7 Miles South
*
* o f Gaylord. Take 010
•ir
1^27 South to Chas.
J Brink Rd., turn East ^ D e v e l o p e d ^ b y
• to Michaywe*.
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FOR RENT
i
It can help pay soaring
hospital and surgical
bills.
.
Unfurnished
Security Deposit and
Minimum 1-year Lease
No Children or Pets
Gaylord Mortgage & Realty
124 E. Main St.
732-5119
Vacation home owners, sportsmen...
DESTROILET'S T H E A N S W E R !
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W.FLINN
120 E. Main
Gaylord, Mich.
Ph. 732-4610
STATE FARM MUTUAL
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Convenient and simple for the w h o l e family to
rfect a n s w e r t o m o d e r n , a t t r a c t i v e ,
iry t o i l e t facHit
h o l d i n g tanks
>,r v e n t i n g
and a
flame Th
p o s a ! s y s t e m - does n
ronment -a n d isn't it a b o u t t i n
Crawford-Ha 11 Company
1401 Union Street
Saginaw, Mich. 48602
CatlCon^t(5l7)7$4t4S3
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Classified Ad
7325144
FOR SALE: JEEP 1948 4wheel drive. |450 E. F.
Meiers (517) 723-5195.
(11-28-3-742)
FOR SALE: 1962 Duo
camper trailer. Completely
equipped, sleeps 8. $695. Call
732-4157 or after 6 p.m. 7325916.
(11-28-1-742)
FOR SALE: Excellent 1970
Ford Styleside pickup, F-250
Heavy Duty Package, 360
C.I.D.
V-8, automatic
transmission, 28,000 actual
miles, 50,000 mile factory
warrent. Call 732-5351.
(ll-22-tf-742)
FOR
TPIM-AHoliday
Favorite
6 FRIENDLY LOCATIONS
GAYLORD • GRAYLING
1
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i / i i i / a c i M . C A C T :nor.nu
r\«k.r\noi\n
H/Wow
Have your Christmas Party
at the Chalet Inn. Call 7329522 for reservations.
(lM5-tf403)
j ^ ^ ^
FOR SAL*,: 1970 Plymouth 4
door, 318 engine, automatic.
$1500 or reasonable offer
Call 732-4816.
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GLEN'S
it
Toe Late To Classify
/
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TREE
GIFT IDEAS OR
A N Y HOLIDAY
NEED.........
742
Trucks and Trailers
Autos for Sale
i|W|
for
GLEN'S MARKETS
ULHOOiriLUd
701
FOR SALE: 1972 Mark IV FOR SALE: 380 Suzuki 1972
Here is the true luxury car excellent condition. 1964
c
which has been driven and Buick new exhaust . ystem
lovingly cared for by the and tires. Best offer gets it.
proverbial "old lady". Call 732-4216 after 5 p.m.
(12-5-3-701)
Exterior - white with
tobacco brown top. Interior
—genuine white leather with
tabacco brown trim and FOR SALE: 1963 Ford
Good
tranplush carpeting. Loaded Fairlane.
with optionals — six-way sportation. Call after 5 p.m.
bucket seats, reclining seat, 732-5719.
(12-5-1-701)
power window and door
Jocks, FM stereo, dimmer,
speed control, cornering
lights, double burglar a l a m , FOR SALE: 1969 Pontiac
etc
eic
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD GAS sportation for big family.
MILAGE. Call Mrs. Leo Can't last long at this price.
Riley, dub Lake, 9314752. $595. Phone 732-2744.
(12-5-1-701)
(11-1M-701)
CALL
TODAY
THIS WEEK AND EVERY
WEEK AT ALL 6 FRIENDLY
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(Confd. from P. 22)
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HOT VALUES
PILGRIM'S PROGRESS — Carol Viviano
(left) and Glenda Styles (right) pose in
authentic replicas of clothing worn by early
American settlers. They appeared at the
Gaylord Cooperative Nursery School Winter
and Holiday Fashion Show held at Schlang's
Bavarian Inn Saturday. Nursery School
mothers and children were the models. (Photo
by Bette Crook)
R r M M T l A f t l H I
t h e overdue
"machine"
> • > " '
A State Farm Hospital/Surgical policy can help pay for
your hospital room, medicine
and medical services iev,eived in the hospital, and surgical expenses Let me show
you how.
ArAKiMuNTs - OFFICES
itin.cnn.-j.
(Cont'd, on P. 23)
BOOT
ilir
PAGE TWENTY THREE
Phone 732-5825
AM
$900. Call 7324524.
(124-2-701)
FOR SALE: 1970 Dodge
pick-up, 4 ton, f cylinder
with cover. 56,000 miles,
extra snow tires, needs
muffier. 5800. D a p call 3476061 evenings 3254967.
(124-1-701)
State Farm
person to person
health insurance
*
Robert N.
Replies to be received
not later than December
12, 1973.
(12-5-1 644)
Her sister, Mrs. Joyce
Anderson of Ludington,
served as tne matron ot nonor.
She wore an empire style
Mr & Mrs. Kenneth Warner
May our true love be toward
These symbols make it simple
mother wore a light green,
Saturday, Dec. 8 is the date
of the Otsego County Senior
Citizens 1973 Christmas Party.
The place is the Bagley
Tuwiishiu riaii.
The evening will start with a
.Cvw.
Prior; Carol
Soiander, both of Gayiuni,
and Dianne Warner of
Gaylord, were bridesmaids.
They all wore empire dresses
of cloister brown with brown
and apricot sashes. They
carried bouquets of bronze
and gold crysanthemums.
Deanna Anderson, the Driae's
*
507
LARGE.
LOVELY,
restricted permanent and
second homesites for rent in
Nottingham Forest, a new
ultra-modern mob'le home
community. On M-32 only 1
mile west of Gaylord.
Gaylord Mortgage and
Realty, Inc. 124 E. Main,
Gaylord, 732-5119.
(9-20-tf-420)
CRESTWOOD MANOR lot
for sale. Very desirable
location nestled in hardwoods. Southeast of Gaylord.
The bride's mother wore a
navy blue flowered floor
length dress. Her corsage was
of white carnations with
lOT w h a t w e l i a v e u r h a v e nn#
* HOLIDAY CALENDAR
WANT ADS
420
Lots and Acreage
God. Jesus Christ not only
wants to cleanse us from all
our sin but He wants to be
Lord of our lives. We are not
only going to face judgment
IJcralclTimCS
L-iUlcilo
OVIIIUI
done, but also we will be
Instrument
has
been
judged as to why. Let's keep
developed and its abilities
our motives pure as God sees
made known. An opening is
the secret things whether they
made, surgically, in the neck
be in our hearts or our minds
of the patient and the straw
God demonstrates His love
thin instrument is pushed and concern for you. Do you
down a blood vessel to the demonstrate your love and
heart On the tip of the in- concern for Him?
strument Is a small transparent balloon, whicn is
inflated after it is inside the
neart. This pushes all the
Two survivors of Harry J.
blood out of the area to be
Lynch,
76, former GaylnM
studied. Then a light, from an
Postmaster who died Nov. 28.
outside source is piped to the
heart, so that the doctor can were inadvertenly omitted
from the ob*tuary notice
see inside a living heart.
which appeared in the Nov. 29
With this instrument your
edition. They are a son, James
doctor will be able to see inof Gaylord, and a daughter,
side your physical heart; but
Mrs. Harold Mitchell of
ever since God created Adam
Glendora, Calif. The Harold
He has been looking inside the
Times regrets any inhearts of living human beings.
r n n v p n i p n o o tho nmmiocinn
The heart has be ^n rpfprrpri
may iiave causea ine family.
to as the center of our affections. As the heart is the
center of our physical being5 ACRES
our life line, it is also our
west ot oaylord, 5 acre
center for love. Several verses
building site on year
of scripture speaks of man's
around county road,
heart as being evil, ungodly,
clear in front, wooded in
and continually sinful. This
the back. $3,995. Keith
means that man's love is not
Dressel
Realty,
toward God but is in rebellion
Gaylord. 732-1707.
of God.
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
( C o n t ' d , f r o m P. 21)
Thursday, December6,1973
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Samuel Olund
Samuel Olund, 75v 147
Fairbanks Ave., Holland, died
at the Sylvan Dell Nursing
Home, Thanksgiving Day
after a lingering illness
eorn in Gaylord, October 18,
1323, he Tutu rieu Beuiah
Meads of EL-rJra, Mich., June
19, 1926, at Charlevoix, Mich.
He worked for the Boyne CityGaylord and Alpena Railroad
until 1927 when he was employed by the Pennsylvania
BoilrnoH
U«
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Holland, Mich, in 1954 and
worked for De Leeuw Lumber
Co., Hoiiand Furniture co.
Robert C. Hale, C.L.U.
111 West Mitchell Street
Gaylord, Mich.
Phone 732-4534
Louis W. Fluder
Otto Failing
Funeral services were held
Monday, Nov. 26 at the
A Funeral Mass for Louis W.
Fluder, 69, of Gaylord was
held Monday at St. Mary's
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GRAYLING — Funeral
services for Otto Failing,
longtime resident of this area,
win be new at l p.m. Fr»day at
.Sorenson's Funeral Home in
Grayling with the Rev. Paul C.
Frederick officiating. Burial
will be in the Elmwood
Cemetery with graveside
services performed by
American Legion Post 106.
L/UWlHUWll
IsflUpti
vailivm;
v^ilurcn.
Funerals services ™-eceded
the Mass at the Nelson
Funeral Home. Burial was in
the parish cemetery.
Mr. Fluder died Nov. 30, at
Otsego County Hospital, the
Surviving are his wife, result of an illness struck him
Beuiah; three sons, Samuel R. Nov. 29, as he drove his
of Holland, Calvin of Borculo automobile on Old 27 North
ami Roger at mriiie; three sear Psrmatsr Ro«J. State
daughters, Mrs. Joseph police said that Mr. Fluder
(Betty) Etcher of Ellsworth, collapsed at the wheel of the
Mrs.
Keith
(Louise) car, but his wife, Kathryn, 6i,
Strickland and Mrs. John was able to steer the
(Penny) Tubergen, both of automobile off the road
Holland; 26 grandchildren; without serious damage. Mr.
three
great-grandchildren; Fluder was taken to the
two brothers, Oscar of hospital by ambulance.
Mr. Fluder was born April 4,
Midland and John of Gaylord;
two sisters, Mrss. Roy Cop- 1904, and has lived the last
pins of Gaylord and Mrs. Ellen four years in Gaylord. He was
Moorehead of Midland; a retired from the Bower Roller
mi^f/a/nccc&
sister-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Bearing Company.
Besides his wife, he is
Life Insurance
Olund of Elmira and several
survived by a daughter. Mrs.
Jean Browning of Detroit; two
sisters,
Mrs. Felix Nowak of
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and for Slater Food Service at
Hope College until illness
forced his retirement in 1962.
v/ith M°'cr Duskin and St.
Major Nieboer of the
Salvation Army officiating.
Burial was in North Holland
cemetery.
GavlnrH
PRE CHRISTMAS
SALE
50% Off On
All Tree Light Sets
While They Last
Indoor
Indoor - Outdoor
Outdoor
Midget Twinkle Sets
Tree Tite Bulb Replacements
Assorted Colors or All Blue
Large Selection Available
^^
GLASSER
Mr. Failing died Tuesday at
r
Mci c* Hospital. He nSS 75
years old, being born in
Beaver Creek Township,
Crawford County July 4, 1898.
He has lived in this area all his
life and was a retired district
supervisor for the Department
of Conservation's Game
Division (DNR).
He was a member of the
Grayling Chapter of Trout
Unlimited, a life member of
the Northland Sportsmen, and
a member and past commsinHor
nf
tho
Amawin***
Legion Post 106. He was also a
life member and Past Master
nnr? MTS. Andrew
of masonic Ludge 356 F fit AM
Morek of Wayne, NY; and
three grandchildren.
which conducted memorial
services at the funeral home
Wednesday evening.
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Helen T. Thomas
Funeral services for Mrs.
Helen T. Thomas, 65, of
Bagley Township, were held
Tuesday at the Walker Bates
Funeral Home with the Rev.
Raymond Roe officiating.
Mrs. Thomas died Saturday at
Cheboygan Hospital. Burial
was in Fairview Cemetery.
Mrs. Thomas was the widow
of Leonard S. Thomas who she
married Sept. 28, 1929. He
preceded her in death March
1,1970. She has been a resident
of this area for 23 years and
was a homemaker.
She was a member of the
Chrysanthemum Chapter 114
of the Order of Eastern Star,
American Association of
Retired Persons, and a local
extension group.
She is survived by a son,
Eric of Richmond, Ind.; a
daughter, Mrs. Lonnie
(Rosemary) Farber of
Cheboygan; a brother, Les
Smith of Windsor, Ont.; and a
sister, Mrs. Edna Jackson of
Otto Failing is survived by
two sons, John and James,
three daughters, Mrs. Betty
J. Millikin and Mrs. Mary Ann
Calkins of Grayling and Mrs.
Pat Scott of Gaylord: three
brothers, Peter, Rolla, and
Horce and two sisters, Mrs.
Jessie Bunker and Mrs.
Margaret Jenson of Grayling.
In Response To The National Energy Crisis.
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