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Commercial venture?
Planners seek Browndale rule interpretation
BY JIM WELCH
HT News Editor
The Otsego County Planning Commission will seek interpretation of the
county interim zoning ordinance from
the county zoning Board of Appeals in
the controversial Browndale International case. The meeting, open to
the public, has been set for July 1, at the
county-city building, beginning at 7:30
p.m.
Mrs. L. K. Titus, chairman of the
planning group said she will present all
available information about the
Browndale International, Ltd. plan to
operate several group therapeutic
liomes in Otsego County. She said,
based on the information presented, she
will seek a ruling on whether the group
homes could be operated in noncommercial zoning districts in the
county.
The planning commission seeks the
ruling under section 12.2 B of the interim zoning rules. That section, which
deals with the duties and responsibilities of the Board of Appeals, states
that the board will "hear and decide
upon requests for interpretation of the
provisions of the interim ordinance.'
A great deal of public interest has
arisen in the case since Browndale of
Michigan, an offshoot of Browndale
International, Ltd. of Toronto announced its plan to operate the
therapeutic homes in the county. At
least one civil law suit is pending in
Otsego County circuit court which
seeks an injunction to stop operation of
a group home in the Livingston Estates
area, north of Gaylord. A July 3 date
has been set for the hearing on that
case.
Two other suits are thought to be in
preparation for property owners in the
Perch Lake area. Browndale International, through its purchasing
arm, Brown Camps and Residential
Day Schools, is purchasing two houses
in that area.
Browndale of Michigan has also
established an office on Main Street in
Gaylord. Located at 308 East Main
Street, the office will be the center for
Browndale activities in northern
Michigan according to Charles
Stauffler. the director for the operation.
Browndale International, Ltd. offers
group home situations for emotionally
disturbed children in Canada and at
least two states in the U.S. Children are
referred to the homes in Michigan by
the state Department of Social Services
or the Probate Court. Each Browndale
home has from three to five patient
children living in it and receiving 24hour supervision. Special services,
including counseling, schooling, and
COUNTY
OTSEGO
VOL
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THURSDAY, JUNE
NUMBER
27, l?74
treatment are provided by the
Browndale-paid staff.
Browndale of Michigan receives f49 a
day from the Department of Social
Services for each patient child. The
Michigan operation, filed as a nonprofit company, pays rent and staff
expenses as well as boarding costs.
Each home must meet state licensing
requirements before use approval.
Members of the Board of Appeals are
Dr. C. J. Jehle, chairman, Lonnie
Campbell, Orem Mero, Arthur Estelle,
and Albert Kassuba.
G A Y L O R D . M I C H I G A N «TOS
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TWO SECTIONS
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PACES
Township politics draw
little candidate interest
Little interest is apparent in the 1974
campaigns for township offices in
Otsego County. Few, if any, of the nine
townships have a contest for positions
and constable.
Candidates were required by state
election law to file nominating petitions
with their respective township clerks
by June 18. Those filing were then
reported to the Otsego County Clerk's
office. The nominating petitions will be
validated by the county election board
before the ballot is sent to the printer.
All of the offices to be elected are for
two year terms with the exception of
the trustee position which is elected for
four years. In most cases, there will be
no primary election, the candidates
going on directly to the Nov. 5 general
election. Elected officials would take
office Jan. 1, 1975.
The office-seekers as filed with the
Otsego County Clerk's office follow, by
township:
GUIDING HAND — Vernon "Blackie" Pierce of Cedar
Springs, general' construction superintendent for the
Gaylord State Bank addition uses a surveyor's transit to
determine if the copper-jacketed tower spire is properly in
place. The pyramid roof was lifted into place !ast Friday,
giving the City of Gaylord a new landmark. A look at the
lifting process Is found on Page 3 of today's Herald Times.
(HT Staff Photo)
Newspaper cost
to increase
Effective July 1, the
single copy price of the
Herald Times wiU be increased from 15 to 20
cents, James L. Grisso,
editor
and
general
manager, announced this
Subscription rates will
remain at $7.50 per year
for Gaylord area subscribers and $9.00 for nonlocal persons.
Grisso said the increase
is necessary as a result of
increased
costs
in
newspaper piuuuctiun and
second class postage
rates.
BAGLEY TWP.
Supervisor - Robert Wood (R),
Carroll D. Scott (R)
Clerk - Alden Smith (R)
Treasurer - Shirley Jenkins (R)
Trustee - D. Earl Kimble (R),
Edward Wojdechowski (R), Elmer
Pelkey (R) (Primary)
Constable - Albert Kassuba (R),
Dale M. Tolman (R)
CHARLTON TWP.
Supervisor - Willard Brown (R)
Clerk - Shirley Huff (R), Lila
Krekine (D)
Treasurer - Maxine Koscielniak (D)
Trustee - John Bush (D), Pamela
Welsh (D) (Primary)
Constable - Gordon Henry (R), Jack
Webber (D)
CHESTER TWP.
supervisor - Kaymond Butka (D)
Clerk - Robert Borowiak (D)
Treasurer - Mary Zimbicki (D)
Trustee - Paul Schmitz (I)
Constable- Anthony Dreffs (D)
CORWITH TWP.
Supervisor • Joseph Detzler (D)
Clerk - Marion Oliver (R)
Treasurer - Gerald Flynn (D)
Trustee - Floyd J. Robinson (D),
Frank Riche (D), Brice Pederson (R)
(Primarv)
Constable - Ronald Pruitt (D)
DOVER TWP.
Supervisor - Myrtle Hilliker (R),
Martin Kucharek (D)
Clerk - Karen Sewell (R)
Treasurer - Lucille Boughner (D)
Trustee - Henry Axford (R)
Constable - Donald Wescoat (R)
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ELMIRA TWP.
Supervisor - Leonard Skop (D)
Clerk - Felix Figiel (D)
Trustee - Ralph Robarge (D)
Constable - Don Cherry (D)
HAYES TWP.
Supervisor - Louis Sanders (R)
Clerk - Chester Skop (D)
Treasurer - Marjorie Tolman (R)
(Cont'd on P. 2)
Debt retirement levy
reduced by school board
The Gaylord Community Schools Board of
Education took action Monday in a special
meeting to reduce the debt retirement levy in
the district. During the 1974 tax collection, the
levy of millage for debt retirement will be 1.96
mills, down from 3.2 mills in 1973. A mill
produces one dollar for each $1,000 of
equalized valuation of property.
Supt. Thomas Gill said the reduction is
brought about by a trio of circumstances: The
increasing state equalized value of property in
the school district; added support from the
state for debt retirement purposes ($20,400);
and the use of balances accrued in the debt
retirement funds over the years.
He said that the actual millage needed to
pay the 1974 debt payments figures to 2.8
mills. However, by using the cash on hand in
the several debi. retirement accounts, the
millage can be reduced to the 1.9 mill total.
Total millage levied for 1974 school taxes
(allocated, voted and debt retirement) will be
set at 22.16. In 1973, the figure was 23.54 mills.
Over that one year period, the estimated
valuation of the school district rose from $84
million to $92 million.
Gill said the debt retirement cut would
result in about a $20 tax saving for a
homeowner with a $20,000 State Equalized
Valuation figure. The SEV usually reflects
one-half of the true cash value.
Gill warned, however, that using the account balances on hand to reduce the debt
millage rate this year means that taxpayers
could expect a slight increase in 1975. "We will
have no cushion to use next year when it
comes time to figure debt retirement.
However, I believe that the taxpayer would
rather hnv e the money is his hands rathci
than allow someone else (the school district)
to use it. I would expect the debt retirement
rate to go back to 2.2 mills in 1975."
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The children say
'Everlasting peace' would
make areat Julv 4th aift
BY LAURA GLASSER
HT Staff Writer
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BILL HEWITT, age eight, would give hit
big giant flag
•
Independence Day will be
celebrated next Thursday
across the natioQ. It's the day
people stay home from work
and celebrate our nation's
birthday with fireworks,
picnics, parades, games and
flags.
Youngsters in the Gaylord
area were asked by the Herald
Times: "July Fourth is our
nation's 198th birthday. What
would you give it as a
present?"
Some of the older children
must feei that our country is in
some dire financial trouble.
Several would give their
country lots of money.
Gretchen Klinken, a Wyear-old from Centerline,
Michigan, would <dve • « •
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country some cash. So would
Ron Parker, a 10-year-old who
lives at 615 W. Sheldon St. in
Gaylord.
Susan Kelly, 12 years old.
would give our country "peace
and a bunch of money if I
could." Susan, who lives at 334
E. Felshaw in Gaylord, must
know that any amount of
money can't buy real peace.
Other youngsters feel that
there are not enough of the
stars and stripes around. Bill
Hewitt, eight, and of 321 N.
Maple in Gaylord, would give
our country "a big, giant
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fug." So wuuiu mark rlmnacti,
a 10-year-old who lives at 609
Petoskey Street in Gaylord
Rill Mummert, a 13-year-old
who lives at 620 Sheldon,
would give our country
"everlasting peace."
Steve Brown and his ftve-
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year-old sister, Margo, see
things a little bit differently.
Steve, who is eight and a half,
would give his nation a "big
I intern" and Margo would
give our country a lamp. They
both live on Hazel Ave. in
Gaylord.
Mark Mellon, a 10-yw.v.M
who lives on Main Street in
Gaylord, would give his
country a teddy bear. What he
doesn't know is that the teddy
bear was named after a
famous president, Theodore
Roosevelt.
Ralph Jackson age 10, had
z hard time making up his
mind Ralph, who lives at 890
N. Center in Gaylord, finally,
after three attempts, settled
on giving his country a big bos
of firecrackers.
Matthew Heinemann. 12.
(Cont'd on P 2)
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ROM PARKER, 10 years-old, would give his
country soma monay.
PI
PAGE TWO ^ S r c d d " p m S s Thursday, June 27.1974
Thursday, June27,1974
Township candidates file
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(Cont'd from P. 1)
INC
OTSEGO LAKE TWP.
Supervisor - Alton McNett (D)
Clerk • Cecelia Schotte (R)
Treasurer • Vergeline Miller (R)
Trustee - Robert Bebb, Sr. (R)
Constable - Charles Coonrod (D)
LIVINGSTON TWP.
Supervisor • Henry Mason (R)
Clerk - Richard Wojtkowiak (D)
Treasurer • John Nowak (R)
Specializing in the sale
of operating businesses
throughout
Michigan.
Ask For
William Wood
732-1115
The Otsego Lake Chamber
of Commerce will elect 12
board members at their annual meeting on July 6 at 10
a.m. at the Northland Sportsmen's Club in Gaylord.
The 12 nominees receiving
the highest number of votes
shall be elected to the Board of
* * • Birthday wish • • •
Offices in Birmingham
and Gay lord
(Confd from P. 1)
Sixth St. in Gaylord, would
give our country some
W h e r « integrity comas First
THE RIALTO THEATRE
Grayling, Michigan
Tel: 348-2411
Is Now Open Seven Nights A Week
Beginning July 1st
3 SHOWS NIGHTLY
BEGINNING
ft:P.M.
MATINEES SAT. 4 SUN. BEGINNING AT ONE P.M.
fireworks and a lot of people to
help celebrate.
Whatever you plan to give
our country, if anything at all,
make sure to have a good
time, wave the flag and
consider what Independence
Day is really all about.
Jack Montgomery, a 13year-old who lives at 220 W.
would give our country a "new
7 BIG NIGHTS
Edward M. Evans, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel M.
Evans of Gaylord, was among
729 students receiving degrees
from Michigan Technological
University on May 18. Evans
received a B.S. degree in
BACKROOM
PRESS
GRAFFITTI
M A R K M E L L O N , left, would give his country
a teddy bear. Ralph Jackson would give his
country a box of firecrackers. Both boys a r e
10 years old.
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JACK M O N T G O M E R Y , a 13-year-old, would
give his country fireworks and a lot of people
to help celebrate.
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Patricia Lilak, Donald
Chaplan, David Granlund,
Patrick
Holewinski and
Barbara Nussbaum, all of
Gaylord, are among 1,313
students to be named to the
Dean's List for the spring
semester
at Northern
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Engineering degree by the
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Miss Lilak is among 224
minimum of three full courses students who achieved perfect
during the semester for 12 4.0 gradepoint averages for
semester hours of credit, their academic work.
while
maintaining
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Hospital Admissions
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June 13-19
Frank Payne, Evelyn Scott,
Judy Hickman, Patricia
Haskill, Edith Flickinger,
William Berry, Lawrence
Flood, Loreen Zimmer, Hazel
Kaplinski, Lillian Green
Raymonu Gialifour, ira
Sewell, Angeline Latuszek,
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'MHAGGAR
nearly 5,000 in the Student Ice
Arena. He was given an
honorary
Doctor
of
Michigan University.
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Men In Seruice
MEN'S
Siochiro Honda, head of the
world's largest motorcycle
manufacturing company,
delivered the commencement
address to an audience of
Martha I. Smith, Director of
Public Information.
Cecilia and Roberta, both
sophmores. maintained at
least 3 5 academic average
out of a possible 4 0 for their
entire college career while
taking a full-time course load.
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electrical engineering.
Students saluted
Cerilia
Johnson and
Roberta Johnson, both of
Gaylord, were cited during
Northwestern Michigan
College graduation week
programs June 3-9 for outstanding
scholasstic
achievement, according MTO
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P*° T
T O P P I N G O U T R I T U A L — A fresh cut evergreen, traditional symbol of
the topping out of any ny newly constructed tall building is affixed to the
lift line by directors of the Gaylord State Bank. From left to right are
Glen Cart, Jack Walker, Al Kowalaski, and bank president Harold Elgas.
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DISCOUNT CLOTHING & SHOES
»\r.ts
MacRae, Larry Bostow,
Cloyce King, Frank Laird, Vic
Lovo, Edna Wilkerson, Sam
Scouten, Hi Sharp, Sally Rust,
Jim Grisso, Al McLarty, Jack
Rose, Gifford Brown, Gerald
Kerns, Mike Victor, Joan
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Scholars named
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Directors and will take office
immediately following the
meeting. The new board will
elect a president, vicepresident, secretary and
treasurer at that time.
Nominees are J. W. St.
John, Don Reece, Bette J.
Crook, Helen Morrow, Frank
Granted degree
president." When asked why,
he said "because Nixon isn't
doing anything good."
Mike Tiernan, a 12-year-old
from Pontiac, would give our
country "a better name than it
has for its birthday."
Mike's little brother, nineyear-old David, would give
our country "something like a
feast, a big celebration."
THE
AMERICAN
PAGE T H R E E
Otsego Lake chamber
board elections set
Trustee - Marilyn Duncan (D),
Isadore Kozlowski i R:
Constable - Sylvester Kolasa (R)
Trustee - Waiter Romanowski, Sr.
(D)
Constable • O'Riley Myers (R)
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M A T T H E W H E I N E M A N N , age 12, would
give his country a new president because
"Nixon isn't doing anything good."
G O I N G U P — A highly sophisicated sliding stick crane was used ',0 lift the
3,000 pound Gaylord State Bank tower roof into place last Friday. A^3rge
crowd of spectators enjoyed the show as the copper-jacketed spire was
lifted in to place some 80 feet above Main Street. (HT Staff Photo
before Friday, July 5, Walt
Next Census
Hansen, division manager for
Pauline and Michael Perry
the company said today.
— baby boy.
Most changes can be hanDebra and Joel Wasylewski
dled by telephone and a — baby girl.
personal visit is usually not
Elizabeth
and Larry
required, he said.
Courter — baby boy.
Police pooch
at Gaylord
post
T R A C K I N G C A N I N E — Trooper Marshall C.
Morris and "Toby" have been officially on
duty at their new post in Gaylord since
Monday, June 24. Morris, who has been
transferred to the Gaylord State Police post
from Flat Rock, was born in Alma and
araduated from high school * t Owr>*«n H A
enlisted in 1968 at South Haven and was
transferred to Flat Rock in 1972. He is 31 years
01a ana marriea. Morns and Toby are among
six teams of Michigan State Police troopers
and their tracking dogs who have recently
completed 14 weeks of training at Battle
Creek, according to Col. John R. Plants,
department director. The six teams bring to
18 the number currently active in the
department of various posts in the state.
(State Police Photo)
IF DAMPNESS IS A PROBLEM IN YOUR HOME,
PUT THIS M P "
WHICHITA FALLS, TEX.
— Airman Carl M. Peterson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E.
Peterson of Rt. 2, Gaylord, has
graduated at Sheppard AFB,
Tex., from the US Air Force
aircraft mechanic course
conducted by the Air Training
Command.
The airman, who was
trained to repair current Air
Force jet aircraft, is being
assigned to Hickam AFB,
Hawaii, for duty with a unit of
the Pacific Air Forces.
Airman Peterson is a 1972
graduate of Gaylord High
School.
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PROPER F I T — Workmen ease the spire onto its achoring points before
it was quickly spot weided into place. A four faced clock will be installed
beneath the pointed roof within two weeks according to bank officials
The entire three-story addition to the Gaylord Statt, Bank is to be completed in August.
G A Y L O R D VISITOR —
PN3 Donald and Mrs.
Ranee from the San
Diego Naval Base in
San Diego, California
havA h«»*>n visiting her
parents, M r . and Mrs.
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Alpena man seeks 106th post
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Meet The
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JULY l * - S l
Utile E. Lance, Alpena
County commissioner and
prominent
Alpena
businessman has announced
his candidacy for the
Republican nomination for the
106th District seat in
Michigan's
House
of
Representatives. Lance is
president of Northern Abstract and Title Company of
Alpena- and is county commissioner representing the 1st
District in the City of
Alpena.
As a county commissioner
he is chairman of the Social
Services Committee and holds
a seat on the Airport and
Budget Committees. He is also
a member of the Social Services Committee of the
Michigan Association of
Counties and is a former
He spent many years in the Committee of the United
commercial banking and the Fund, a present member of
savings and loan industry. He the Board of Directors of the
has been a Federal Savings Alpena Rotary Club and is a
and Loan examiner, and more long-time advisor to the Board
of Directors of the Girls Hub
recently
executive vicemember of the PA 54 (Mental
of Alpena.
president and manager of
Health> Board.
He has served as an advisor
First Federal Savings & Loan
of Alpena Teens for Progress,
Lance graduated from
Association of Alpena, which
cs an . executive comRoscommon High School and
position he held until he
mitteeman for a Cub Scout
did a tour as a bomber pilot in purchased
his present Pack, and has long been acthe China • Burma - India business.
tive as a* Sunday School
Theatre during World War II.
and
Pilgrim
Lance is a past director of teacher
After the war, he attended the the Alpena Chamber of Fellowship sponsor in the
University of Michigan, Commerce, past secretary of First Congregational Church
where he received his AB the Downtown Businessmen's of Alpena where he now holds
degree majoring in Political Association, past chairman of the position of Church
Science.
the Budget & Admissions moderator.
SS
have a safe
Fourth of July
Alpena broadcaster
Paul Droste, radio broadcaster for WHSB in Alpena,
and candidate for the 106th
House of Representative race
today announced he was withdrawing his name as a candidate.
The Herald Times Staff
Tuesday, June 18, 1974 was
the deadline for filing as a
candidate. The Secretary of
State's office aiiows 3 days
Letter to Mother Nature
YOU MEANT IT, DIDN'T YOU? It's really
kind of warning, so I could take the bathing
Suits uff tilt: line and gather up the kids
sneakers from the sandbox.
your main animosity was directed towards
margarine.
Please don't misunderstand; of all the
moms anywhere I regard your talents with the
utmost awe and respect. For instance, how
you manage to produce four seasons a year,
each dressed to the hilt, staggers my admiration So why snow in June?
Oh, a flake drifting down now and then;
heck, that's all right In fact, it's rather a nice
surprise, coming out of a clear blue sky. But a
blizzard! For Pete sakes, how am I supposed
to remember where I put the snow shovel
three months ago?
To be perfectly frank, I think it was rotten of
you to dump six inches on my new lounge
chair. You did not even bother to send some
AND I'M SURE YOU REALIZE you
startled your own birds right out of the trees:
not to mention all your little insects who were
so enjoying our garden. And the bees...golly,
they about choked on their pollen.
Of course, you sent summer back in a few
days, but by that time the slush had swallowed
our lawn and my tan peeled, the children
started coughing, and the dogs stopped
shedding.
Still, I retain my faith in you. The sky is a
fine shade of blue, the air is warm and
smelling green...and I love you. Cross my
heart! Considering all you do for us, maybe we
needed a sound spanking.
t&tter* to ^Ue
Dear Mr. Grisso:
I first visited Gaylord as a
camper in 1959.
Having lived in the Detroit
area all of my life, I was
impressed by the clean air.
the unpolluted waters, the
abundance of trees and a
small
town
that was
seemingly unaffected by the
passage of time, although it
had adapted to modern day
civilization. The weekly band
concerts on the courthouse
lawn and the Little League
fever that swept the town in
I continued to visit Gaylord
during Christmas, Easter and
summer
vacations
until
September, 1972 when our
family moved to Gaylord. We
have enjoyed our move and
our "adopted hometown."
However one thing does seem
to amaze me.
It seems strange that a
community that takes so
much pleasure in school band
concerts, Little League
participation, church activities and other family
oriented programs would be
so careless with regard to the
history in their own town, and
the important part Gaylord
played in the growth and
development of the State of
Michigan!
For certainly the growth
and development of Gaylord
was and still is instrumental in
the growth of our state. The
rich fertile lands farmed by
courageous men and hearty
women, the part that the
blossoming railroads played
in the growth of not only our
town but in the coastal areas
of our state. The fact that most
people who live in Gaylord
don't even know why the town
is called GAYLORD is sur-
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Published Bv
Otsego County Herald Times, Inc.
Phoo«73J $144
122 North Otsego A v e , Gaylord, Mich. 49735
Ask enough people and
you u get several answers as
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the
Gayiord
community is and when do we
celebrate our centennial .<w
did we miss it already? How
many people know that
Gaylord once produced an
automobile at a time in the
cuuuuy
JAMES L. GRISSO -Editor,
General Manager
JAMES W W E L C H New* Editor
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hundreds of automobile
companies in existence? How
many people know that there
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to cool it.
Northland Photo
Northland Photo
Toni Marie Richmond
wneii m e r e
tew
were
newspaper
records prior to 1948 to
chronicle the daily life in a
growing community''
How many more inter eating
items are burled in someone's
closet or memory that HD. be
left to wither with the passage
of time'' How often have we
heard that..."the exact date
was unknown but..."?
Currently, the history of
Gaylord is entrusted unofficially to the minds and
I . ih. Iv .il . 4 I!I, Iv-ni, ..Ilk,' . . i k
I'.I'IK vcl'T.il .nr vt'ni)ilii>nini: Ir.mi .1 P.IXIH\m M ma«cmcM V i l l i * I
Jean Marie Snooh
J E A N M A R I E SNOOK is the Alpenfest queen
TONI M A R I E R I C H M O N D is the Alpenfest
queen candidate for the Gaylord Optimist
Club. Toni is the daughter of M r . and Mrs.
H a r r y Richmond and g r a d u a t e d f r o m
Dunedin High School in Clearwater, Florida in
1973. Toni, the daughter of a retired serviceman, has lived in Europe and the Far
East. Her hobbies include sewing and
swimming. Toni is employed by the Gaylord
State Bank, and would like to attend college
and become a certified court reporter.
candidate for the Wickes Lumber Co. Jean is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Snook.
Jean, who is a 1974 graduate of Gaylord High
School, was a varsity cheerleader and on the
prom court while in school. Jean enjoys
swimming, golf, gymnastics and other outdoor sports. She plans to attend
Centra!
Michigan University next fall and major in
education.
" If It Fitz..."
chronicle of our hon*K r»,r
dreams, our successes and
failures. It proves that we are
human and strive to better
ourselves Three generations
from now, will our descendants be looking aimlessly for
the history we have thus far
failed to compile or will we do
someuung now to save them
that unnecessary task?
I suggest that our leading
ciiizens form an active,
tu
in
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memories of a few respected
citizens of Gaylord, but not all
of it, not in one place and not
anywhere near complete. Will
the general citizenry of
Gaylord wait until time has
dimmed our memories or
worse yet...until we have left
this earth before something is
done to change our current
course of action?
History, defined simply, U a
written narrative of past facts
and events affecting one or
more peoples...usually with
comments and explanations.
Using this as a guideline, the
Gaylord Public Library,
through no fault of its own, is
lacking for knowledge of
Gaylord's history.
History is also a legacy that
we leave our children,
grandchildren and our great-*•- •-. *\ A ^ \^'+\A~
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his bachelor of science degree
Editor
Wants Gaylord history safeguarded
later years were added extras
that brought to mind an
earlier uncomplicated way of
life that I had never known.
Even the presence of simple
farmhouses so prevalent in
Gaylord were reminiscent of
the architectural style of the
early 1900s.
after that date for candidates
to withdraw and Paul Droste's
letter to withdraw was
presented to Bernard Apol,
director of the election
division of the Secretary of
State's office .Tim* 10
Paul Droste commented
about his withdrawing from
the race. "Upon careful
consideration, I have chosen
not to stay in the race for the
Graduate
on job
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Mr. James L. Grisso, Editor
Otsego County Herald Times
122 No. Otsego Avenue
Gaylord, Michigan 49735
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Thursday, June 27,1974
Tiriiiiiiiiii
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Historical
Sincerely,
Janr.es J. Cerey
(power)
at graduation
exercises May 18, at Michigan
Tech. University at Houghton,
MI. Ed is a 1970 graduate of
Gaylord Community School
and during his high school
days and each summer since
has worked steadily at
summer jobs to pay for his
college education.
Presently living at home
with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Evand, 203 West 5th
St., he plane soon to move t"
Charlevoix to be nearer his
work. He has been accepted
with Consumers Power
Company
as
graduate
engineer at their Big Rock
Nuclear
plant
near
Charlevoix.
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By Jim Fitzgerald
THE BOV SCOUT SCANDAL prompts me
to nrovprhing*
The higher you fly, the bigger grease spot
you make when your parachute doesn't open.
Or: The purer you aspire, the more heads
you turn when you suffer an attack of gas.
Or: Mud looks worse on a white suit.
I could open a lot more Confucius cookies
but that's enough wisdom for now. You get the
idea. When a truck driver murders his unfaithful wife, it is back-page stuff. But when a
U.S. Senator clangs on a love triangle, Walter
Cronkite is there before the body stops
Only if you're a Boy Scout.
Get the idea, Mother? Your son, like a lot of
sons, has always been leery of lofty goals.
Boy Scouts must pledge to keep themselves
"physically strong, mentally awake and
morally straight." For me, it is a wearv thing
to even think of keeping such a ramrod pledge.
I was always a skinny kid who fell asleep
reading dirty books.
But what if I had stuck it out and slept in the
woods and sung by the fire and earned all
those badges? What if I'd become a leader?
What would I be doing today? I'd be sharing
t h p s h a m * » nf a l l Cwwtl* ...i
nf a hrmA
Perhaps now my mother \v:H finally forgive
me for quitting the Boy Scouts 35 years ago,
before I even made Tenderfoot. I knew what I
was doing. I was seeking the security of ob
scurity rather than risking the possible shame
of fame.
Everybody read about the Boy Scouts last
'f
and the nation gasped. It was as though
quintuplets were born to the president of the
Planned Parenthood League.
SOME BOY SCOUT LEADERS borrowed
a trick from politicians who dig votes out of
cemeteries. Taper scouts were created to
meet membership quotas, impress the brass
at national headquarters, and qualify for a
bigger allotment of sticks to rub together.
This is not nice, of course. Mythical Boy
Scouts leave a lot of knots untied, and a lot of
flags unsaluted But is padding membership
rolls really a front-page sin, deserving of
nationwide scorn and riducule?
— •••««* • • » • «
State Representative seat. I
wish to thank my supporters
and workers for their excellent and willing efforts. I
will be returning all money I
have receivpH *?•• ~ - -
-^gl.
paign to the gracious contributors. I am at this time
happy to throw my support to
Les Lance, from Alpena, and
would ask my supporters to
get behind and support Les
Lance. I have personally
known Les for several years
and know of his high Christian
values. My decision now, not
tc rur., I'm sure will add
strength to Les Lance's
candidacy thereby assuring a
representative from our area,
but most of all the type of man
we want in Lansing."
Cheboygan
attorns** seeks
house
James C. Conboy, Jr., has
announced his candidacy for
the
Democratic
Party
nomination to the Michigan
House of Representatives,
106th District. This district
includes the counties of
Cheboygan, Presque Isle,
Montmorency, Alpena, Otsego
and a portion of Charlevoix
and Antrim counties.
County Bar Association. He
was elected to the Cheboygan
Area Schools Board last June
and is a director of the
Cheboygan County Humane
Society and a member of the
Cheboygan Jaycees.
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4 Major July 4th Celebrations-parades-fireworks,
Lewiston
Grayling
Hillman
Harrison
Oscoda
Alpena
Vanderbilt
4 Strawberry Festival-Parade-Barbecue-Boat Races
(Power-Sail), Alpena
4-6 Homecoming-Outboard Races, Beaverton
8-13 33rd Annual Chesarung Showboat, Chesaning
12-1« Sugar Festival, Sebewaing
12-14 Corn Festival, Auburn
July
2-4 Hillsdale American Legion, Hillsdale *
15-20 Vassar Cork Pine Fair, V a a u r *
15-20 Fowlerville Agricultural Fair, Fowlerville
24-27 Iosco Co. Agricultural Fair, Hale *
25-28 Munger Potato Festival, Munger
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29 - Aug 3 Tuscola Co. Fair, Caro •
31 - Aug. 3 Arenac Co. Fair. Standish *
August
4-10 Jackson Co. Fair & Petunia Festival, Jackson
4-10 Huron Co. Fair. Bed Axe it
5-8 Genesee Co. 4-H Fair, Flint
5-10 Gratiot County Youth Fair, Alma *
5-10 Bay County Fair, Bay C i t y *
7-10 Otsego Co. Fair, Gaylord •
8-11 Alcona Co. Fair. Harrisville *
11-17 Midland Co. Fair, Midland *
12-14 Clinton Co. 4-H Fair, St. J o h n s *
12-17 Northern Michigan Fair, Cheboygan*
12-17 Shiawassee Co. Free Fair, Corunna *
14-17 Montmorency Co. Fair, Atlanta *
19-24 Alpena Co. Fair, Alpena *
19-24 Isabella Co. Youth Fair, Mt. Pleasant *
25 - s«~t. 2 Eastcrr. Mich'^sr. Fair Imlsy City *
Sept.
7-14 Saginaw Fair, Saginaw *
22-28 Hillsdale Co. Agricultural Fair. Hillsdale
20 Port Huron-Mackinac Island Boat Race
21 Dawn Patrol, Chesaning
25-27 Great Lakes Forestry Exposition, Mio
25-28 Potato Festival, Munger
26-28 25th Annual Bluegill Festival. St. Helen
26-27 a>th Running of AuSable River Canoe Marathon,
Grayling to Oscoda
27 M.O.R.C. Sailboat Race, Sarnia, Ontario to Alpena
27 Chicago to Mackinac Island Boat Race
28 Dawn Patrol-Phelps Collins Airport, Alpena
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Students
I Now's a great time to
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Marcia J. Butcher and
Roger D. Kucharek, both of
Gaylord, have been named to
the Academic Honors list at
DIDWT
Ferris State College for the
spring quarter, announced Dr.
James V. Farrell, vice
president for academic affairs.
KNOW
THAT!
Sign of the times
To be named to the
Academic Honors list, a
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I'VE DO NE A LOT WORSE THINGS than
multiply when 1 shou'd have subtracted. But
who cares? Nobodv ever expected much of me
anyway. That's the way I planned it. I lived
rny formative years so as to makp my aHnit
years IOOK good by comparison. My family
and childhood companions have to be proudlv
surprised al anything I accomplish outside the
occupational rhprany r<y>™ *• •*.- -*-*r
penitentiary.
There will be none of those screaming •'ExEagle-Scout-Robs-Bank'' headlines about
me. If my misdeeds are recorded at all, it will
be in my school alumni newsletter under
"Class prophecies fulfilled."
Which is not to say I have grown up to be an
all-bad person. The truth is, I sometimes do
good deeds today to make up for all those
yesterdays.
My mission this wsek is to rescue all those
httte old .adies stranded on curbs by mythical
Boy Scouts.
1>74 EAST MICHIGAN FAIT CALENDAR
July
16-21 Alpenfest. Gaylord
19-20 Historical Roundup, Houghton Lake
.
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fafafa
ACADEMY
AWARDS!
Not a newcomer to politics,
Conboy was President of
Teen-Dems when he was a
junior in high school. While a
student at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, he
was elected to the University
Dormitory Council. He is
currently secretary of the
Southern
Regional
Organization of Democrats in
the Eleventh Congressional
District.
James C. Conboy
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Conboy graduated with a
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School in 1972. He lives in
Cheboygan with his wife,
Susan, and their two year old
son, Ryan and is a partner in
the law firm of Neale &
Conboy.
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heritage that is the community and heart of
GAYLORD.
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Thursday, June 27.1974
Thursday, June 27,1974
Atpenfest horseshoe contest announced
Alpenfest 1974 is adding a
horseshoe tournament to their
p r o g r a m . The tourriament will
be conducted under t h e
direction of the Double Ringer
Horseshoe Club. Chairman for
the tournament is George G.
Pandell. The dates of the
tournament a r e July 17,18, 19
and 20. The event will take
B-J'
s
BAR & RESTAURANT
place on the grounds of the
Community Center, located a t
3rd and Center Street.
The tournament will b e
conducted on an 80 percent
handicap basis. Entry fee is 50
cents p e r qualifying round for
the singles tournament and $1
per entry (2) in the doubles
tournament. Contestants with
an established average a r e
exempt from qualifying but
must pay the entry fee in both
events.
Contestants will shoot 50
shoes to establish an a v e r a g e
in the singles tournament. The
contestant will be placed in
one of four groups. A group, 50
average and up; B group, 40 to
49 average; C group, 30 to 39
average and D group, 0 to 29
average.
Contestants will b e assigned
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Cheboygan concert
Thursday-8oz. New York Strip Steak *2."
Friday-Fish & Shrimp Special All You
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Saturday-Complete frog Leg Dinner
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Sunday^Complete Chicken Dinner { 2.- £
Maynard Ferguson and His
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Friday, July 12 at 8-30 p.m in
Cheboygan.
Ferguson,
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JOE HICKERSON AT THE ORGAN
Friday Night-Polka Music By
MAX & MARK, THE DUTCHMEN
No entries will be accepted
aft»r 6 30 p.m. Friday, July
19, in either event.
Qualifying
rounds
i establishing an average) wffl
take place on Wednesday,
July 17 and Thursday, July 18.
Starting time is 6:30 p.m.
All qualified contestants will
begin competition on Friday,
July 19, starting at 6:30 p . m .
Final rounds will be held on
Saturday, July 20.
Trophies and possible cash
prizes will be awarded to the
winners and runner-ups.
opponents
from
their
respective group. They will
shoot 50 shoes each, all points
counting. The win will be
ba^ed Qfl total pom is plus
handicap, the winner advancing to the next round.
In the doubles contest, any
two shoers with a n established
average can compete Partners will combine a"erages
and shoot 50 shoes, each.
Opponents will be assigned.
Total p i n s p l u s h a n d i c a p
determines the winner and
advances to the next round.
Thursday, June 27: Kiwanis, 6 p j n . , Town O e s t ;
Rotary, 12:15 p.m., Schlang's; Women's Missionary
Society, Evangelical F r e e Church, 8 p j n .
Friday, J u n e 28: Hayes Grange, 8 p . m .
Monday, July 1: Camera Club, GHS Biology Lab, 7:30
p.m.; Vanderbilt Council, 8 p j n . ; Gaylord School Board,
7:30p.m.; Weight Watchers, 1 and 7 p j n . , Congregational
Church; Chrysanthemum Chapter No. 144 O.E.S., a t the
T e m p l e ; N o n d e n o m i n a t i o n a i H a n d i c a p p e d Religion
Classes, 1:30 p.m., Gaylord Opportunity Center.
Tuesday, July 2: Big Brothers of Otsego County, Noon,
Middle School; County Board of Commissioners, 9:15
a.m.; Corwith Township Board; Daughters of Isabella, 8
p.m., St. M a r y ' s Church; Gaylord Lodge No. 355 F & AM,
8 p j n . , regular communication; Gaylord Boosters Club,
Chalet Inn r 12 noon; Eagles, F O E . , No. 1825.
N e w V e t e r i n a r i a n
the iron l i p , " a n d is a
thoroughly exciting performer
and a magnetic showman. The
New York T i m e s s t a t e s ,
"Ferguson's Band
is a
Powerhouse."
Tickets will be $5 for floor
chair seats a n d $3.50 for
bleacher seats by m a i l order
to: Maynard Ferguson Box
Office, 700 S. Western Ave.,
Cheboygan, Michigan 49721.
The Cheboygan Area Arts
Council is s p o n s o r i n g t h e
concert with financial help
from the Michigan Council for
the Arts.
E. DAN
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CALENDAR
opens practice
Dr. Roger A. Greve, DVM,
has joined the practice of Dr.
D. M. Hird a t the Gavlord
V e t e r i n a r y Hospital. The
office is located on North Old
27, north of Gaylord.
Dr. Greve is a native of
Manistee and graduated from
Michigan S t a t e University
with a bachelor of science
degree. He then a t t e n d e d
Michigan State's School of
V e t e r i n a r y Medicine a n d
graduated in J u n e with high
While attending veterinary
school, Dr. G r e v e s e r v e d
twice a s president of his class.
He is a member of Phi Zeta
honor fraternity, a member of
the
Student
American
Veterinary Association, and a
member of the Eaton Rapids
Conservation Club.
He now holds memberships
in the A m e r i c a n Animal
Hospital Association and the
Michigan Veterinary Medical
Association.
A fish dinner and evening of
dancing h a s been announced
by t h e St. Mary's Athletic
Club. The event is set a t t h e
Gaylord Knights of Columbus
Hall on Saturday, July 6.
Serving will begin a t 4:30 p.m.
Dancing is set to start a t 9
p.m.
Ask TEIE
GOVERNOR
" J a c k a n d V»rgil" will
provide the dance music for
the evening.
Beer and
cocktails will be available and
a light snack is being offered
a t midnight.
The next regular meeting of
the St. Mary's Boosters wiii be
July 1 a t 8 p.m. T h e regular
meetings of the group a r e held
on the first Monday of each
month throughout the vear.
E. D A N
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Workshop features
Amid Omckml
Vacation home owners, sportsmen..
D E S T R O I L E T ' S
T H E
care techniques
A N S W E R !
from the
A regional workshop for
professionals, day training
and direct care staffs with
p h y s i c a l l y and-or m e n t a l l y
Humane Society
of Otsego County
K n n ^ l n n n n A ^ »%*
gfl „ a e f j j o oa o 0 o o o o o o f l o o o f l o o B o o f a a t o t a o c o f l
Dr. Roger Greve
Dr. Greve and his wife
Pamela, a n d son, Roger a r e
making their home on E a s t
Sheldon Street. Mrs. Greve is
a graduate
of W e s t e r n
Michigan University a n d h a s
taught elementary school in
Eaton Rapids for four y e a r s .
Roger is iwo years old.
(Editor's Note — The Otsego County Herald Times is
happy to offer this news space
to the H u m a n e Society. It is
hoped that t h e continuing
news and information about
pets and other animals will
help to e a s e t h e growing
animal control problems in
northern Michigan. Persons
wishing direct contact with
the H u m a n e Snrletv m n v
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t h e overdue
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Business
John
W. I n m a n , J r . ,
Director of t h e G r e a t Lakes
Regional Office
of T h e
Humane Society of The United
States, was guest speaker for
a meeting J u n e 16 in Gaylord's
Congregational
Church
basement.
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a n i m a l c o n t r o l facility i s
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And it is only Uu ougii uiuttuii
cooperation, in exploring the
problems and opportunities
inherent in the animal control
needs of our county, that our
mut'-al responsibility will be
met.
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Michigan's Sugar Bowl is
the 17-countv Saginaw Valley Thumb district where over
twently million dollar's worth
of sugar is produced each
year, almost a million and a
half tons!
new jobs, and help immensely
in meeting the transportation
needs of our citizens.
Question: I have a cousin
from M i n n e s o t a , a n d h e
always brags about the fact
that it is the " L a n d of 10,000
Lakes." Michigan must have
pretty close to that many. Can
you tell m e how m a n y lakes
there a r e in Michigan?
Governor: The next time
you see your cousin, you can
tell n u n that Michigan has
more than 11,000 inland lakes
s c a t t e r e d a c r o s s i t s landscape.
You might also mention that
our state has m o r e than 36,000
miles of rivers a n d streams,
and that anywhere you stand
in our state, you a r e never
more than six miles from a
lake or a s t r e a m or more than
85 miles from one of the Great
Lakes. Ask him to top that!
Question: All this talk about
tax cuts certainly didn't do m e
any good. My husband is
retired a n d we haven't paid
state income taxes for three
years because our income is
so low. But we still have to pay
high property taxes. It doesn't
seem like there is anything in
this tax cut program for
people like u s .
Governor: Whether or not
you paid state income taxes in
1973, you a«-e eligible for
property t a x relief under the
$380 milhon tax cut program
adopted last year. Every
Michigan h o m e - o w n e r or
renter whose property taxes
paid any s t a t e income tax, and
whether or not they filed tax
returns in previous y e a r s - t o
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determine if they a r e eligible
interested in knowing about
for the r e b a t e , and if so, to
your response.
obtain assistance in filling out
the appropriate forms.
PTi-oeH 3 S ru>rr>ont of inrvtrnp
has a rebate coming from the
state-whether or not they paid
any state income t a x . For
senior citizens m e income
cutoff is even lower.
T h o u s a n d s of c i t i z e n s mainly in the lower income
range-who a r e eligible for a
property t a x rebate have not
yet filed their claims, and
many of t h e m a r e eligible fur
rebates of several dollars.
I would urge you and anyone
who owns a home or who
rents-whether or not they
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Would you like to provide your
t e e n a g e r s with a s p e c i a l
learning experience?
If s o , y o u r family c a n
volunteer to take an overseas
son or daughter into your
home for a year or six months.
Youth for Understanding's
Teenage Exchange P r o g r a m
invites families to host a high
school student from Europe,
South America, Africa, J a p a n ,
or t h e P h i l i p p i n e s . T h e
exchange of ideas and culture
GRAND OPENING
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Are vou concerned about t h e
The H u m a n e Society of
Otsego
County
fully
recognizes that the potential
a n d t h e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y for
positive progress in the area
of h u m a n e animal control is
enormous.
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House open?
Now t h a t the very great task
of e n s u r i n g t h e h u m a n e
t r e a t m e n t of animals in Otsego County h a s taken its first
giant s t e p forward, it seems
appropriate to ask...Where do
we go from h e r e ?
How good
—
at the Chalet h e s t a u r a n t ,
Gaylord last week. Over 50
p e r s o n s from t h r o u g h o u t
Michigan attended.
Cel Hamant, a registered
occupational therapist who is
nationally known for her work
with cerebral palsied children
is U n i v e r s i t y of I n d i a n a
Question: What is this new
t r a n s p o r t a t i o n bill y o u ' r e
pushing--just
another
giveaway to Detroit?
G o v e r n o r : In a S p e c i a l
Message to t h e Legislature
which I sent last week, I asked
for approval of a proposal to
allow the voters of Michigan to
decide in November whether
to authorize a $1,097 billion
t r a n s p o r t a t i o n bond i s s u e .
That proposal, combined with
federal and local matching
funds, will result in a comprehensive and balanced $6.25
billion t o t a l t r a n s p o r t a t i o n
program
for
Michigan,
benefiting every part of our
state. Und(.- the program I
have
outlined
to t h e
Legislature, revenues from
the bonds would be allocated
to t r a n s p o r t a t i o n
system
programs a s follows:
Urban
Public
Transportation D e v e l o p m e n t in
assistant
professor
and
Southeastern Michigan, 1540
supervisor of the occupational
million;
t h e r a p y d e p a r t m e n t , Riley
New
Transit
System
Hospital for C h i l d r e n , InDevelopment
at
Four
«4;»«~»»is.
Locations, $20 million;
She lectured and demonStatewide Improvements to
strated techniques for feeding,
Inter-City Rail ( P a s s e n g e r
positioning, etc. a t the threeand
Freight)
and Bus
day meeting. H e r visit w a s
Systems, $362 million;
coordinated by Alpine Center
Airport Development and
staff m e m b e r s Tony Wedal,
Improvement, $100 million;
director of p r o g r a m s , a n d
Great
Lakes
Port
Larry Whitehead, registered
Development, $50 million;
occupational therapist.
Non-Motorized
Facilities
Development
and
Improvement (Bicycles, etc.),
$25 million.
While
the
seven
will be a m o s t invaluable
Soutnpastprn
Mirhioan
learning expei icuuc tui yuui
counties thai have more than
children and yourself.
half our state's population
For more information a b o . t
would benefit e n o r m o u s l y
the Youth for Understanding
trcm this program, it is not a
Program, contact Mrs. David
program for Detroit alone or
Brown,
Youth
for Unfor S o u t h e a s t e r n M i c h i g a n
derstanding
Area
alone. It would benefit all of
Representative, Route 2, Box
Michigan. More than one-half
574, Cheboygan, Mich. 49721,
of the $1.1 billion proposal
or call (616) 627-9680.
would directly benefit citizens
in the outstate a r e a .
This
comprehensive
transportation
program
would, if adopted, greatly
stimulate our economy, create
Kim D. Widrig w a s among
the more than 400 receiving
diplomas from Dr. Kenneth
Shouldice, Lake S u p e r i o r
State College President, a t
commencement
exercises
June 16.
Former governor George
Romney
addressed
the
graduates. Romney received
the
1974
Distinguished
Citizens Award, th*> highest
award the college has to offer.
Kim is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Widrig of
Gaylord. He r e c e i v e d a n
Associate's degree in nursing
and is a 1967 graduate of
Gaylord High School.
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Throughout the evening,
m a n y helpful s u g g e s t i o n s
surfaced regarding what can
be done to enable our Humane
Society to be a help instead of
a hindrance in t h e continuing, s o m e t i m e s difficult,
sometimes unpopular, effort
to safeguard t h e well-being of
animals in our county.
These suggestions have
been taken to h e a r t and you
will learn of specific plans a s
they develop in t h e weeks
ahead. There is something,
however, that deserves to be
said right now.
The Otsego County Board of
C o m m i s s i o l e r s a r e to b e
commended for their positive
efforts on b e h a l f of t h e
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City,
Alpena,
Cheboygan a n d Kalkaska
were present also, and their
w o r d s of a d v i c e a n d e n couragement a r e sincerely
appreciated.
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GUEST L E C T U R E R
- - Cel H a m a n t ,
nationally recognized registered occupational
therapist from Indianapolis, with
Larry
Whitehead, O.T.R., from Alpine Center,
demonstrates functioning position a t a
meeting here. M s . Hamant explains that a
physically handicapped person becoming
more aware of his eenvironment can learn
more easily and begin to use crippled hands
more effectively. (Alpine Center Photo)
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I by William G Milliken
Because of the rising costs
involved, the club has decided
not to offer the weekly fish
frys that have been a regular
e v e n t each
s u m m e r in
Gaylord. Proceeds from t h e
weekly d i n n e r s h e l p e d to
support the athletic needs of
the St. Mary's schools
The dinner will feature "all
you can e a t " of fish, french
fried potatoes, cole slaw, and
coffee or milk. Dessert will
also be served. Tickets a r e $3
and a r e available at the door.
PoHoh
nOitOrs.
i Electric
And
Furniture
Wednesday, July 3: Nazarene Missionary Society,
Church, 7:30 p j n . ; Chamber of Commerce Board, 7:30
p.m.; F . O . E . Auxiliary No. 1825, 8 p . m . ; Optimist Club of
Gaylord, 7 a.m., Chalet Inn.
Thursday, July 4: Independence D a y .
Friday, July 5: Dance a t K uf C Haii, 8 p j n . - l a j n . , '
music by J a c k and VirgU, sponsored by St. Thomas
Snowbird boosters
plan fish dinner
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The John Ray Trio Will Be Performing In The Lounge
Tuesday-Sunday 8 to 12
The Chalet'* famous Prime ftifc
And Shrimp Buffet (Dill Be Served
from 5 t>M til II t>M
CHALET INN
M-32 At 1-75 Clover
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Thursday, Jur*27,1974
Auto Club forecasts
heavy holiday traffic
E. D A N
STEVENS
The tollowing people .i«ve paid
traffic finas m tne 87th District
Court.
Gaylord,
recently
W i l l i a m Knight. Ann Aroor.
speeding, $5, f i l l Kerry M o c e n ,
O s c o d a , s p e e d i n g , $10. J16
Gordon
Stites,
Tecumseh.
speeding,*5, $11, Douglas Smith.
Fl-nt, speeding, $5, $11. John
Deming, Vanderbilt. improper
parking, $«; Michaei Medr.ch,
Ctiesanmg, improper parking,
$6 David Dresback, Gaylord, no
operator's license $5. $11. Caria
Wcisei. Gayiord, no operator's
license, $5, $11 Allen Hoffman,
G r a y l i n g , speeding, $5, $ 1 1 .
Brooke B a t t a , N e w Boston,
speeding,
$5, $ 1 1 . Robert
Caldwell, Detroit, speeding, $5,
$11. M a r k LaForest, Gaylord,
disobey red flash.ng light, $5,
$11, Donald Bullis, Detour,
speeding,
$io.
$16.
Ellen
F l e u r y , Columbiaviile, speeding
$5, $16, David Stoweii. Grand
B l a n c , speeding, $10. $16,
M i l d r e d Dull, Johannesburg, no
o p e r a t o r s I.cense. 15. $11. Ar
nold Snyder. Houghton Lake,
speeding, $10, $16. and Jasper
Caranzaro. Rosevilie, speeding,
$5. $11
Curtis Robinson, Ludington,
improper land usage. $5. t i l ;
Orren Clark, Gaylord. speeding,
15. $11. Boyce Coffey. Cen
t e r h n e , speeding
$5, $ 1 1 ,
Richard
Gaus.
Lansing,
speeding. $5, $11, Peter Webber,
Johannesburg, improper right
turn, $5, $11. and no motorcycle
endorsement, $5, $11, William
Sorrow, Gaylord, speeding, $10,
$16. Raymond Kalamameiski,
Vanderbilt, squeanng tires, $5,
$11. N o r m a n Fields, Vanderbilt.
s p e e d i n g , $5. $ 1 1 , E d w a r d
Young, Pontiac. using damaging
tires. $5, $11 Rodney A r m
strong, Pontiac, no insurance.
$25.
$29, D a v i d
Dresback,
Gayloro, driving under the in
OPEN LETTER from
CLARK W. BATES
Dear Friends,
Children's activities should not be
restricted despite a death in the fami'v. If
anything, young children need to play more
and harder when their parent or parents are
in mourning. The tragedy needs to be explained to children in a simple manner so
that the child comprehends the reasons for
the tears and grief. The child needs to express hi? grief in strenous play and vocal
expression, away from the mourning parent
if necessary.
flvcTiCc
Of
olCw-'iOi,
S30G,
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John Ridel, Charlevoix, ca'eless
driving, $25. $29, Donald Goff,
Vanderb'lt, driving while im
paired, $100, $129, Rodney A r m
strong, Pontiac, speeding, $5,
$11.
Milford
Rosenburg,
Johannesburg.
operating
overweight vehicle, $50, $61.
OMCO
FOMCO
Willis
Stanford,
Rosebush.
moving overwidth equipment,
$15,
$21. Durwood
Walls,
Gaylord, moving o v e r w i d t h
oquipment, $15, $21. Scott R e a m ,
Lapeer, speeding, $5. $11, Phillip
Bowman, Boyne City, speeding,
$5, $11. M.chael Dibble. G a y l o r d ,
speeding, S5, $ 1 1 . H o w a r d
Holmes, Ann Arbor, speeding,
$10.
$16
Hunter
Johnson,
Gaylord, illegal studded tires, $5,
$ 1 1 . Paul Robinson, I n d i a n
River, speeding, $5, $11; Anthony
Jaworski, Detroit, speeding, $5,
S l l . Steven Higgins. Lansing, no
operator's license, $5, t i l l Stella
Oarniecki,
Alpena.
no
operator's license, $5, $11, Olive
Swigart, Celina, speeding, $5,
$11, Brian M c N a m a r a , Lansing.
speeding, $5, $ n , Rolland Little,
Pulaski, not carrying log book,
$5,
$11, Paul
Halvorson,
Gaylord, no operator's license,
$5, $ 1 1 . Lee Bitely, Sparta,
speeding, $5, $11. and R i c h a r d
Carrigan, Lansing, speeding,
$10, $16, R i c h a r d E t h n d g e ,
Grano oisnc. speeding, $5, $ n
FOMCO
Drayton Plains, speeding, $5,
$11
$5 $ U
Charles G a y ,
Vassar, speeding, $5, $11, M a r y
Milierw.se, Southfield, speeding,
$5, $11, James Neurath, Pigeon,
s p e e d i n g , $10, $16,
Erw.n
VanGordci.
Union
Lake,
speeding, $5. $ 1 1 , L u c i n d a
W a r u s z e w s k i , W h i t e h a l l , ex
cess.ve no.se, $5, $ 1 1 . Leo
Bertolo, Jr . Saulf Ste M a r i e ,
speeding, $10. $16. G e o r g e
Myers,
Mernft,
defective
e q u i p m e n t . $20, $25, L a r r y
Whitman, St Charles, speeding,
$5
$11. William
Watson,
Onaway. speeding, $10, S26. Leo
Cr.ves, Pontiac, speeding, $10.
$16.
H a r o l d Ooig, L i v o n i a ,
FOMCO
FOMCO
ts
and
RM\ Wardr'p
FOMG<
Glna Tabachki and Ann Wardrip are now attending the National Music Camp at
Interlochen. Gina has taken music lessons on the piano and guitar at Hanna Music
from Steve TomasM and Lucy Harrington. Ann received guitar lessons at Hanna
Music from Terry Becks. We are very proud of these girls and again offer our most
sincere congratulations.
This mobile bench-cebinet will keep
H
your papers, tools and parts dote at
hand. See what Equipfo can do for yow
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T R I A N G U L A R SANCTUARY - A w o r k m a n joins the three m a i n suppor J5 on the new T r i n i t y Lutheran Church, south of G a y i o r d on Old 27. The
unique structure w i l l feature a t r i a n g u l a r sanctuary a n d an Alpine motif.
The m a i n building w i l l seat 200 people in a f a m i l y s t y l e w o r s h i p , which is
seating " v e r y close to the a l t a r and each o t h e r " , said Rev. Ivan Schaila.
" W e hope to be able to do a better job of serving the people In the com
rnuriity as wen as people m o v i n g into the area " . ' T h e t r i a n g u l a r shape of
the sanuiuary was taken f r o m the n a m e t r i n i t y w h i c h means, Father Son
and Holy Ghost. The building is expected to be completed in the f a l l . ( H T
Staff Photo)
Michigan in 1973 had 89,446
HfiNNfl music
F0CHTMAN MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
P H O N E 732-2401 - G A Y L O R D . M I C H .
A State Farm Hospital/
Surgical policy can help
pay f o r y o u r hospital
room, medicine and medical services received in the
hospital, and any required
surgery. Let me show you
how.
Glna Tabachkl
ft 0,1 to. 4Mrmi*
A porpoise does everything
at high speed.
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STORAGE ft SPACE SAVERS BY
Respectfully,
State Farm _
person to person
health insurance
It can help pay soaring
hospital a n d suraical
Douglas D y e , M i l l e r s b u r g ,
speeding, $5, $11, John Kuhn I I ,
Clawson, speeding, S10, $16.
Frederick Neumann, Taylor,
s p e e d i n g , $5, $ 1 1 , G i d e o n
Robarge, Grayling, speeding,
$20, $20, J a m e s St. L o u i s ,
FOMCO
speeding. $5, S l l . F r a n c e s
Frednckson,
Goodrich,
speeding, $10. $26
William
Johnson, Grayling, speeding, $5,
$11. Ruth Defeyter, Lansing, no
proof of insurance, $5, $11,
Phillip Bunder, Oak P a r k ,
speeding, $5, S l l , Gary Piper,
W a t e r s , speeding, $5, S l l .
Prafull Shroff, speeding, $5, $11,
Frederick
Wirth,
Reese,
speeding, $10, $16, C h a r l e s
Carlyle, Gaylord, disregarded
stop sign, SS, $11, David G i l m e r ,
Gaylord, violation of the basic
speed law, $5, S l l . E l w y n G e i l ,
G a y l o r d , speeding, $5, S l l ,
Donald
Nelson,
Gaylord,
scuealing tires, S5, $ 1 1 . Donald
Gaylord
Petoskey
STATE FARM MUTUAL
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Christian Science Society
Holy Redeemer Church
204 West Fifth Street
1 Block East of U.S. 27
Sunday Services at 10 30 a m
Vanderbilt
Msgr. Francis Kaminski
Sunday Mass at 10 00 a . m .
1
Church of God
Frederic
Rev Paul R. A'umiller
Sunday School 10 00 a m Morning Worship 11 00
•r*«x a m . . . ^ v e n m g Worship 7 30 p m Youtfc Serv.ce.
* W e d r M i a y ' 00 p m Prayer Service Thursday'
7 30pm
Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
Fifth Street. < > block E of 27
Pastor, jess Nephew
Sabbath School 9 J 5 a m , Church 11 00a m.
Otsego Lake
Baptist Church
Reorganized Church of
Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints
Second and Center Streets
Ted Engel. Jr.. Pastor
Sunday School 9 JS a m . Church Service 11 00
Am
Mid Week Fellowship Service Wednesday
800pm
St. Mary Church
N Otsego and Mitchell
Msgr Francis K a m i n t k i
Saturday evening Masses are 5 00 6 00 7 00
p m Sunday morning Masses a r e 6 00 9 00 9 00
10 00 i i 00 and 1? 00 noon Daily Mass at 8 00 a . m .
Confessions every Saturday from 2 30 to 4 30 p m .
and in trie evenings at 7 45 P m
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 Week Prayer
Service
Wednesday 7 30 p m
Vanderbilt Community
Church
Vanderbilt
Rev Robert h.ajhaffner
Sunday School 10 00 a m , Mormng Worship,
1 1 0 0 a m . lnterrr*KJjates, Tuesday, 7 00 p m !
C C Y F
Wednesday. 7 00 p.m . Choir practice!
Thursday. 7 30 p m
ea»o«H»o«a»
Trinity Lutheran Church
St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church
j M i i e South of
Gaylord on Old 27
Ivan Schaila, Pastor 732 4816
F a m i l y Worship at 8 00 and 10 3C a m Coffee
Hour 9 10 30 a m Communion every Sunday at
Alternate Services
Vacation Bible School.
Auqust 12 23 Nn Sunday V h o o i m Summer
Hayes Road and M-32
The Rev Charles H Hewitt
8 00a m Holy Communion
10 00a m Mormng Prayer
Hetherton Reformed
Presbyterian Church
You don't have to be a scientist to realize that these tons of rocks are held
in check by perfect balance. You wouldn't want to be sitting nearby if they
weren't!
This kind of balance results in inertia. There is another state of being that
results in sound initiative and worthwhile action.
You've heard men speak of a balanced background, a balanced education, a
balanced l'fe. They're usually referring to the fact that no important element has been ignored c neglected.
Religious sincerity is one necessity for this kind of balance. It cannot take
*h* nlarp nf anv of the other essentials. Nor can anything else take its place.
The Church is constantly helping us gain—and keen—ww*f?~l
Cop>nfht 1*74 Kvxwr Advenwmg S«TVK«. tnc
SenfrtMS S«l»c1«d • * Th« A m m a n l.bte SooMy
Sunday Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday
Matthew Psalm* I Corinthians I Corinthians
Luke
SMttourg. V.ffinu
Friday
Saturday
Zephaniah
Psalms
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Community Free
i l . t L . J i . i
i.iciiiuuiji
Hetherton
Rev L « « P . Bittner It I . Pastor
Church School 10 30 a m Morn.ng Worship 11 30
a m junior and Young People Meetings 6 0 0 p m ,
fEven.ng Worship 7 00 p m , Prayer Meeting.
Wednesday 7 30 p m
United Methodist Church
Wickes Lumber and
DniMinn
Cinnlw
Wolverine
Kenneth O T r u m a n , Pastor
Surday School 10 00 ? m . Mormng worship
11 00 a m . Youth Meeting, 6 30 p m , Evening
Service. 7 00 p m
M i d Week Service. Wed
nesday 7 30 p m
Elmira
Rev Oavid Gemuend
Mass a< i0 30 a m each Sunday. Add-fionai Mass
at I 00 P m each Saturday evening
Mission of St John Nepomucene,
M 32 West Bohemian Settlement
Mass a' 8 30 a m each Sunday
Monoav
ntconr)
fTniirsfx/
Ah«»r»e»
• 24 East M a m Street
Phone 7J3-J74J
Frederic, Michigan
Glen Arsnoc - Pastor
Sunday School. 9 45 a m , Worship Service I I 00
a m . Evening Fellowship Groups, 6 p m
Evening
Service. 7 p m Wednesday Prayer Service, 7 30
p m
Gaylord Service Center
Gaylcrd
west Mam
Cuitem BiefKMdGaioime
L.J. Ormsbee Motors, inc.
Oodee Chrysler Plymoutn
Gaylord
Gaylord State Bank
I
Repa r Sales
«*wm« Mechin-s vacuum Cleaners
M l N Center 722 2*tJ
Mid-North Equipment
Company
->"«»»• v r-erguton Deafer
£as«. wayierd. 732-2*41
purchase Saitf», Inc.
O t t f n b u f o r i of Bordens Milk A ice Cream
Airport Road Gaylord Mich Ph 732 5 ) 0 '
Haivala Construction, Inc.
Excavating
Grading
Higgins Industries, Inc.
Producers of Copper end
Brass Tubing
Vanderbilt
Trucking
Jim's Clark Super 100
West Main. Gaylord
i i»j
crashes.
The fire total was a
reduction of about 12,000
compared with the record
annual high of 101,730, also set
in 1971. Fires totalled 86,110 in
1972.
The property loss was about
$9 million greater than the
previous mark of $123 million
in 1972. The loss included $73.7
million in buildings, $45.8
million in concents, ana su.z
million involving cars, boats,
aircraft,
unhoused
machinery,
grass
and
woodland fires.
There were 116 large loss
fires (over $50,000) with
damage totaling $31.6 million.
Arson was listed as cause in 28
with $13.6 million damage.
Though arson was suspected
in some, cause was not
•-
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
r
Herald Times Will Be Published
r
July 5th, For Postal And
V
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Church of the Nazarene
r
. 1CW East M 32
David Fountain, Pastor
Sunday Bible Classes, 9 30 a m . (Sun ) Worship
Services. 10 30 a m 8, 7 00 p . m . , Teen Fellowship &
Bible Study (Sundays) 8 30 p m
Wednesday
Prayer & Praise Service, 7 30 p m . Thursday
Ladies Bible Study & Prayer Meeting, 1 00 p.m , 2nd
& 4th F r i d a y ea month Men's Planning Luncheon
12 noon
Chalet, Community Child Cere Center
Weekdays from 7 a . m . to 6 p.m
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Calvary Baptist Church
f
225 S Wisconsin Ave
Richard Halter, Pastor
•r
Sunday School 9 45 a m , Worship Service 11 00
a m , Evening Fellowship Groups, 6 30 p . m . .
Evening Service 7 30 p m , Wednesday P r a y e r
Service 7 30 p m
Wolverine United Church
Of Christ
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OPEN 7 NIGHTS A
Church of Christ
I
Pastor Chester Franzke
Fifth and Court Streets
Sunday School 9 45 a m , Morning Worship 11 00
a m , Evening Serv.ce 7.30 p.m .Weanesday F a m i l y
Service 7 30 p m , All Youth Groups at 7 3 0 p m ,
Women's Missionary last Thursday of month
West M a m , Gaylord
Hidden Valley
Oayiord Michigan
DATCh
Made-Rite Potato Chip Co.
Oayleri. Branch
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factor in traffic fatalities since
many motorists tend to be
more relaxed and 1P«? conscious of traffic safety when
traveling
in
familiar
surroundings.
"Statistics show that
roughly two out of every three
fatal accidents over the last
five years have occurred
To help the July 4th
motorist, Auto Club will
operate its "Bring 'Em Back
Alive!" Holiday News Service
from 3 p.m. Wednesday to 11
p.m. Sunday. This service will
provide more than 130
Michigan radio and TV
stations with hourly reports on
traffic conditions. cong»sti»rj
areas to avoid, available
motel and camping space, the
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dining area with step saving, built-in kitchen including
oven, range, lazy susan corners, disposal and dish
washer. Laundry room on main floor with to bath.
Beautiful carpeted recreation room with built-in bar
and fireplace. Room is paneled and baa recessed
lighting. Many closets and plenty of storage space,
also has natural gas heat with central air conditioning
and 2 car garage. Priced below replacement cost.
Terms. For information on this and others call STATE
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Located 1% miles south of Gaylord on Old U.S. 27.
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aiuictiiuii aiiu
safety tips to keep drivers
alert.
Besides !istenina to their
radio for the latest in highway
information,
holiday
motorists should be on the
look-out for freeway rest
areas manned by civic groups
offering free coffee to combat
travel fatigue.
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Over the years, they have
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children and adults and we are
most appreciative of their
generosity.
Gratefully yours,
Marathon Prefects
gamnlnc ouyyiy
HJu«
otoocn Crmntv Herald Times
show our gratitude to the
Fraternal Order of Eagles,
Aerie 1825. They have given
our organization generous
gifts for our Educational
Fund. The Eagles have also
given us support for the
'Special Olympics." which
Limited EnaaMmert
Orem B. Mero, Agency
Johnson Oil Company
neor.li/
To the Editor
> j . . l » _ — . . u IfVa » - _ . . u i : - i . n u u i » , n u u i u l i n e »w | » u m i \ . i /
Wickes Lumber and
Building Supply Center
Heme of the Otsego Ski Club
said.
Speak
We of the Alpine Association
for Retarded Children and
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O K , - - H IM < I
Moorhead's Ford Sales
_ . ! . .
i.iajui
at staggered times, with peak
periods on the afternoon and
evening of Wednesday and
Friday plus on Saturday
morning."
Auto Club advises motorists
departing from urban areas at
peak times to drive with
special caution since they will
be sharing the highways with
normal heavy rush hour and
commercial uaiiic.
Auto Gub points out that
Dear Sir.
Merchants)
ptmf
......
auj
traffic jams until Sunday from
2 to 10 p.m. when the bulk of
holiday vacationers head
home.
"With many
persons
working on Friday - the day
after the Fourth - we anticipate few traffic jams
developing as vacationers
head to northern Michigan,"
Moffat
said.
"Holiday
Eagles
Gaylord Evangelical
rree inurcn
Jack Lovelace
»vnA»»in»
vapvvuuj
Don't Drink
An Auto Gub analysis of last
July 4th holiday, when 13
persons died on Michigan
roads, also shows alcohol and
two-lane roads as two other
lethal factors in accidents.
Auto Club noted that 50 percent of the drivers at fault in
July 4th fatalities had been
drinking while an overwhelming 92 percent of the
holiday's fatal accidents
occurred on two-lane roads.
Auto Gub urges motorists to
concentrate on safe driving
every mile they travel this
holiday weekend - especially
by wearing their safety belts
and by avoiding alcohol. "Our
research shows that highway
travelers could help cut fatal
accidents by more than 50
percent if they take these two
Cheers for
Old 27 South
M a r k Short, Minister
Bible Study 10 00 a m , Morning Worship 11 00
am.
Evening Service 7 00 p . m , Bible Study
Wednesday, 7 CO p m
Old 27 South. Gaylord
Edward Strode
f « J»£
""»
••v.
within 25 miles of the
motorists' homes," Moffat
said. "This fact was reflected
last July 4th holiday when 10
of the 15 drivers involved in
fatal accidents were within a
25-mile radius of their home."
DcicLiive iiedliiig unius and
Gaylord Lumber & Fuel Co.
Phene 732 513*
rannrfoH
percent fewer miles than the
year before."
Auto Club is also expecting
this July 4th to be one of the
safest summer
holiday
periods in recent years.
Not only are Michigan
traffic fatalities down 31
percent for the first 5%
months of 1974, but highway
traffic deaths also decreased
27 percent this past Memorial
Day weekend.
The July 4th holiday
weekend will begin at 6 p m.
Wednesday, July 3, and end at
midnight Sunday, July 8.
Although the state's camping
and resort areas should have
capacity crowds, Auto Club is
PAGE NINE
playing with fire are still
leading causes of children
deaths.
*
(Congregational)
Rev. D a i e M c A l v e y
Morning worship s e r v c e , 9 00 a m . Sunday
school. 10 00 a m , Women's fellowship meets the
Ind and 4th Tuesday of each month Youth Group
Wednesday. 7 30 p m
And
determinable in 24 large loss
tires wicn *b.y million damage.
Arson fires caused six deaths
in 1973.
The summary section on
arson statistics showed 5,041
16,729, dwellings 24,203, autos
16,485, house trailers 1,210,
theaters, restaurants, etc.
1,057, schools 519, dry cleaning
plants 155, aircraft 104, bulk
storage plants 191, and
miscellaneous 23,532.
Totai alarms answered
numbered 121.965, of which
false.
Bombings and bomb threats
reported by die state's 920 fire
departments totaled 793. This
included 268 fire bombings, 14
other bombings, and 511 bomb
threats.
The Michigan per capita fire
loss for 1973 was about $15
based on a state census of
8,315,482. This loss was up
slightly from $13.86 in 1972.
Carelessness again caused
most fires, 16,314. These included rubbish burning 4,356,
and carelessness in smoking
and in the use of matches
6,381.
Dwelling fires, including
trailers and apartments,
accounted for 180 of the 213
adult deaths and for 76 of the
78 minors.
Smoking in bed and other
careless smoking was listed as
the leading cause of adult
deaths with 67. Fire was a
means of murder in at least
two deaths.
In addition to loss of life,
there were 2,293 fire related
injuries. Careless smoking,
clothing catching fire, and
heating units were prime
causes involving adult deaths.
Gaylord
Gayierd Michigan
Huffman Shell Service
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The July 4th Holiday, The
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Assembly of God Church
Gaylord Floor Covering
Hutchins Insurance Agency
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and a new record of $132
million in property damage,
according to the State Police
fire marshal division annual
summary.
The deaths were down by
eight from 1972 and by 56 from
the record 352 set in 1971. The
total included 213 adults, 78
children and five firemen. Not
included in the total were 60
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Rev. Gladys M e y e r , Pastor
Services Sunday 7 00 p m
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United Church of Christ
W Second and S Otsego
Rev Charles Hastie
Mormng Worship nursery for sma'l children 10 00
s m , Church School 11 00 a m .
Women's
Fellowship second Weonesoay, Men's Club last
fatalities in fires that followed
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Rev. Gordon Evoy
Sunday Scnool 10 00 a m , Sermon 11 00 a m ,
Youth S e r . . c e 7 OOp.m , Ever.ng Serv ce 7 30 p m !
M i d Week prayer service Wednesday 7 00 p m !
W V S Second Thursday
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21 SS Center Avenue
Rev Owayne S u m - ' e r s
Morn nq Worship at 10 00 a rr -hyrcn School for
Adults 9 00 a m Church Scnool Nursery through
6m Grade 10 00 a m
Michigan's July 4th holiday
period should show a
resurgence of summer tourist
travel as motorists are expected to log more than 700
million miles on state roads
during the 102-hour holiday
period,
according
to
Automobile Club of Michigan.
"With gasoline supplies
more plentiful now than
anytime in recent months.
Michigan motorists will be
driving at proportionately the
same level this holiday as they
did during last year's 30-hour
July 4th period," said James
Moffat, Auto Club general
manager, adding that:
"We consider this an encouraging sign for tourism
since over the Memorial Day
weekend, state motorists
traveled an estimated seven
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$11
Roberta
H a w c t h , Van
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$11, Robert P r a y , G a y l o r d ,
speed.ng, $5, $11, Sherry San
derson, Gaylord, ran stop sign,
$5, $ 1 1 ; K a t h l e e n
Hartley,
G a y l o r d , s p e e d i n g , $5, S l l ,
Donald Ringe, G a y l o r d , expired
driver's license, $5, $11, and R a y
Sherrod,
Gaylord,
fishing
without license, $5, $15, and
Michael Granger,
Gaylord,
fishing without license, SS, S15.
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
4-H youth enjoy
Exploration Day
Gaylord Jaycee
Auxiliary set
Some 40 northern Michigan Jaycees. Jaycee Auxiliary
members, and friends were present Saturday for the
chartering of the Gaylord Area Jaycee Auxiliary. The
dinner program was held at the Gaylord Hobday Inn.
Lynn Koza served as mistress of ceremonies.
The auxiliary is open to any woman in the Gaylord area.
While allied closely with the Gaylord Area Jaycees. the
group will have its own meeting and projects. Members
need not be wives of Jaycees, according to Kathy
Okonowski, local president.
The Jaycee Auxiliary Creed is: "We believe; we
•become for capable women through sective membership;
in serving our community as a family we strengthen our
approach; faith in God is essential to the Democratic way
of life; and effort and sincere cooperation are the
keystones of a successful auxiliary.
J A Y C E T T E S — Thirteen young women became
charter members of the G a y l o r d Area Jaycee
A u x i l i a r y in chartering activities Saturday a t the
Gaylord Holiday Inn. The installation ceremonies
were conducted by the members ot the T r a v e r s e
City Jaycee A u x i l i a r y . New m e m b e r s include, left
to right, Gloria Van Alst'ne. Ann Geschwind, Carol
DeGroot, SueChouinard (hidden f r o m view) Nancy
Pryor, Dean Sudden, Marlene Kersten, L i n d a
Maxwell. Sanda Kuch. M a r i a n n e Postma, L y n e t t e
G i r a r d , Lynn Koza, Kathy Okawskl, and T r a v e r s e
City Jaycette Kathi Hofmelster. ( H T Staff Photo)
Sixteen 4-H members from
Otsego and Montmorency
counties were among the 4,000
leaders and m e m b e r s to
participate in the annual 4-H
Exploration D a y s on the
campus of Michigan State
University, June 20-22. Exploration Days involves two
days of concentrated study in
over 100 fields. The final day,
called "Action Day", is held in
the concourse of Spartan
Stadium and is devoted to live
demonstrations of the skills
learned in the various options.
Attending Exploration Days
were Mike Schlicher, Jim
Karslake, Nick Chaffee,
Dorothy Young love, Lisa
Campbell, Ann Marie Kuntz,
Colleen Briley, Jenny Axford,
Joel Bixel, Billy Axford, Joyce
Gangler, Lori Dubrcll, Shari
Allen, and Susan Hyek.
Jean Burzynski, dress revue
winner for Otsego County; and
June Boger, alternate dress
revue winner for Montmorency County, attended
Exploration
Days
as
Delegates.
Deborah Harmon, summer
program assistant, acted as
the agent in charge of the
Otsego
Montmorency
Delegation. Debbi was also a
member of the state Exploration Days staff, working
with the First Aid and Tennis
options. Mrs. Bonnie Karslake
of Vanderbilt, also attended as
an agent and was involved
with the Flower Arranging
option.
in addition to Exploration
Days, on Friday, June 21, the
annual 4-H Awards Banquet
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PRESIDENTS C H A T — Judy Ft*lnger, State
President of the Michigan Jaycee A u x i l i a r y ,
left, speaks w i t h Kathy vAooowski president
of the G a y l o r d A r e a Jaycee A u x i l i a r y d u r i n g
the charter presentation for the local group
Saturday Judy, of Dreyton Plains, offered the
Charter Night address to the 13 new members
of the women's group. (HT Staft Photo)
A U X I L I A R Y O F F I C E R S — Officers of the newlychartered Gaylord A r e a Jaycee A u x i l i a r y include,
f r o m left to right, Dean Suddon and Marlene
Kersten, d i r e c t o r s ; Sandy Kuch, t r e a s u e r ; Lynette
G i r a r d , s e c r e t a r y ; Sue Chouinard, vice president
and K a t h y OKonowski, president. The officers a r e
receiving flowers symbolic of the duties f r o m Kathi
Hofmeister of T r a v e r s e City. ( H T Staff Photo)
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The banquet recognizes the
district winners in the various
4-H projects and also serves as
an evaluation and interview
period for the state awards
competition and trips to
National 4-H Congress. Otsego
County was proud to have
three 4-H members competing
for state awards.
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Stephen
Schlicher
of
Johannesburg was a finalist
for the state All-Achievement
Award. Steve's 8 years of 4-H
work included beef, gun
safety, natural resources, and
outstanding clothing and
personal appearance projects.
Another 8 year club
member, Jean Burzynski of
Gaylord, competed for the
state award in Breads. Jean
has been an active Junior
Leader as well as successfully
carrying projects in foods,
clothing, dairy, and gardening.
Lisa Campbell, of Johannesburg vied for state honors
in Dog Care and Training.
Lisa, a member for 7 years
has also worked in horse,
clothing, livestock, and food
projects.
Channing Pollack, 45, of
Gaylord and Patricia Linden,
37, of Pontiac,
Jeffery Kowatch, 18, of
Gaylord and Sherri Cardinal,
16. of Gaylord.
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Gaylord and Charlene Cornett. 23, of Gaylord.
Phillip Williams, . 9 , ot
Vanderbilt and Sally Ann Cole
18 of Vanderbilt.
Daniel Simi, 25, of Gayiord
and Michele Blair, 20, of
Gaylord.
Gerry Mathews, 24, of
Gaylord and Ellen Sundbeck,
21. or Gaylord.
Everett Kelley, 21, of
Water* and Elaine Bierkamp,
13. of Gaylord.
Tiiuinas rrost, 22, of
Gayiord and Victoria Boyce,
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Larrv Washburn 97 _ of
Gaylord and Hope Artress, 19,
of Gaylord.
LaRosa, 20. of
Gaylord and Cynthia Ltden,
19, of Gayi
Donald Nelson, 19 of
Gaylord and Rebecca Hayes,
18 of Gaylord.
Mark J. Vanderberghe, 23,
J Midland and Unda Lang.
19 of Gaylord
Trip," be a "Midnight
Scholar" on a "Spring
Vacation," or have a "Senior
Prom" on "A. Rainy Day."
Just before the entire cast
gave its "Goodnight" number,
a newly formed dance group
called "The Spotlighters"
gave its version of "The little
Brown J u g , " the annual
University of Michigan University of Minnesota
classic. This particular group
will be available for performances throughout the
year.
The young dancers a r e
instructed by Mrs. Don
(Emily) Halvorson. She is
assisted by Judy Fox, Phila
Halvorson and Gina Tabachki.
Organist for the evening was
Emily's mother-in-law, Mrs.
Ethel Halvorson. Just before
the final curtain, Emily was
presented with an armful of
roses by her students.
Taking part in the evening's
festivities
were:
Cathy
Chena/d, Judy Fox, Hilary
nose, raiia Halvorson, Gina
Tabachki, Roberta Roz-
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HT Staff Writer
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Clarence Bargert
Funeral Mass for Clarence
August Bargert, who died at
the Otsego County Memorial
Hospital on June 19,1974, was
held at St. Gary's Cathedral
Church in Gaylord June 20.
Services proceeded the Mass
at the Nelson Funeral Home.
After services in Gsvlord the
body was taken to the HowtPeterson Funeral Home in
Dearborn. Burial was in Mt.
Elliot Cemetery in Detroit,
Michigan.
Mr. Bargert was born July
5,1904 in Detroit and has lived
in the Gaylord area for the
past eight years. He had been
ictucu iiurn ine ruru motor
Company.
Mr. Bargert is survived by
his wife. Hilda, two daughters.
Mrs. Joan Brown and Mrs.
Delores Yesh, four sisters,
Mrs. Margaret Wolfe, Mrs.
Virginia Thompson, Mrs.
Violet Kaminski and Mrs.
Berrdce Fuller, one brother,
Harry Bargert and six
grandchildren.
nowski, Sherri O'Rourke,
Paula Melone, l i s Berlin,
Michele Rosel, Lisa Peets,
and Katie Schlang.
Others were Cheryl Belden,
Iisz Lynch, Chris Halvorson,
Rhonda Radtke, Chris Park.
Also Bami Quids, Angela
Williams, Tracy Ross, Stacy
Williams, Jean Anna Riddle,
Susan Owen, Jeff Fox, Steven
Johnson
and
Angele
Schroeffel.
Still others were: Janet
owen, Holly
Robertson,
Kendra Hubbarth : Kathy
Berlinski, Diane Morse,
LuAnn Pung, Melissa Busch
and Colin Busch. Angpla
Carlson, Taraia Carlson, Matt
Rose and Beth Chenard. Linda
Kujawa, the guest dancer,
presented "College Caper."
She is a student at Northwood
Institute.
Scholarships
in
The
Halvorson School of Dance
were awarded to Judy For, for
one year, and half-year
scholarsljps were presented
to Cathy Chenard and Jean
Anna Riddle.
4-Hers busy
The third meeting of the
Sturgeon Valley 4-H was hi Id
at the home of Ed and Francis
Burzinsta on June 23. Some 33
members were present.
New business was concerning the sale of light bulbs.
The profit made will help pay
part of the cost for 4-H activities such as. Exploration
Day and camp.
Election results from the
previous week are as follows:
president. Don Sheldon, vice
president, Renee Young,
secretary, Cindy Matelaki,
treasurer. Kim Vmmo »nH
news reporter, Scott Young.
The next meeting will be
held at the hnm* of Sue and
Helen Matelski at 1:30 p.m. on
Jury 14.
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boutiques, Alpine costumes,
white elephants, a bain sale
and a fishpond for the
children.
A salad bar luncheon will be
served both days from 11 a..n.
until 2 pjTt. Tickets are t 2 for
adults and 81 for children
undar 14.
by some a "women's libber",
she "prefers to be female and
work as a female." Stated
Mrs. Titus, "I am very
grateful and humble that
people would recommend me
to Mr. Gazlay."
Mrs. Gray ("Sam") Titus
has been named to the newly
formed Pigeon River Country
advisory group, in a recent
announcement by A. Gene
Gazlay, Director of the
Department
of Natural
Resources (DNR).
There are now 17 persons
serving on the council which
was formed recently to study
and suggest methods for
implementation of the Pigeon
River Country State Forest
management plan. The advisory group will be holding
their first meeting July 10, 10
a.m., at the Holiday Inn in
Gaylord
A DNR spokesman said that
the council was selected to
reflect citizen groups and
users of the forest areas, industrial interest such a s
timber
harvesting and
mineral extraction, and local
government. Most of the
members on the panel are
from Northern Michigan.
Mrs. Titus is also vicepresident of the Pigeon River
Country Association and is on
the Pigeon River acquisition
committee. She feels that the
environment is the biggest
product in this area and has
been very actively involved
with all Pigeon River conservation activities.
Although Sam spends a
•Treat **csl cf her time with
Pigeon River conservation
activities, she still finds time
Even though she may not
want to call herself a
"women's libber", she has
been "liberated" all her life.
She saw a need, something
that needed to be done and did
it without thinking about
whether it was a man or a
woman's job. She has done
more in a lifetime than most
men could do!
Mrs. Titus has led a rich life.
She was a fashion model for 38
years, a fasnion designer and
owned two boutiques before
moving to Gaylord. She owned
a boutique in Dallas, Texas,
specializing in patio clothes
which she designed and made
herself.
In Marion, Ohio she owned a
bridal shop. She often planned
the whole wedding, designed
the bridal gowns, hired
caterers and fit the wedding to
the church and the couple.
Both shops were named Titus
Designers.
Mrs. Titus enjoys working
with her hands in her spare
time. She designs and knits
her own quilts, paints, sews,
batiks, crochets and works
with wood.
Mrs. Titus does not use
patterns when she sews. When
asked how she does it, she
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She is chairman of the Otsego
County planning commission;
W O M A N ADVISOR — M r s . Gray ( " S a m " )
president of the Gaylord Study
TITUS nas been named to the Pigeon K l v e r
Club; president of the Gaylord
advisory group in a recent appointment by A.
Art Council and chairman of
Gene Gazlay. M r s . Titus is very actively inthe Alpenstrassee Committee
volved w i t h Pigeon River conservation acfor this year's Alpenfest.
tivities and is the only w o m a n to be named to
Mrs. Titus enjoys working
the board. (HT Staff Photo)
with the Alpenfest Committee
and interviews each of the new
artists and craftsmen interested in coming to the
Alpenfest to display their
goods and demonstrate their
A $165,000 grant was apwhich will house eight people
art.
proved last week by the
in each unit, are being built on
Although Sam may be called Department of
Health,
Fairview Court across from
Education and Welfare for the
payment
of two noninstitutional
homes for
RAMBLEWOOD ESTATES
mentally
handicapped
patients now under conMI-74-192 It's easy to
struction near the Alpine
seclude your home in
Center in Gaylord.
the lush pine coverage of
On Wednesday, when the
Pigeon River advisory group
sits down to study the Pigeon
River management plan, it
will be because of her concern
that she is the only woman
present on the 17 member
board.
Federal funds for houses
News of the grant came
from Congressman Fhilip E.
Ruppe, (R-Houghton) who
said, 'Anton Wedal, the
director of the Alpine Center,
should be commended for his
contribution to new ways to
improve treatment for the
mentally handicapped" "I'm
sure the citizens of Northern
Michigan are pleased that
significant ettorts in mat
regards are being made in
Gaylord." he added.
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t o rake on these homesites about three miles
from
lord.
$2,000.00
$2,500.00.
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Interested float builders are
asked to check next week's
Herald Times for the time and
place of an informational
meeting on the float contest.
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two age groups —under 10
vears of age and herwppn in
and 14 years of age. The small
floats are not to be powerdriven nor should thev be
pulled by animals of any kind
Called "total normalization
training," the homes will help
mentally handicapped individuals in their transition
from an institution to life in a
community. The homes,
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Committee has announced a
mini-float contest especially
for youngsters. The contest
will be held July 19 at 4 o.m.
with the judging of the floats
and the parade of entries.
tho rjS2ft Of G2y
real estate
estimated $6,775, according to
Jean Tomaski, city clerk. The
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and the State Highway
Department will be paying for
the rest.
Annual maintenance is
estimated at $390, with the city
and the State Highway
Department splitting the fee.
A caution light was also
installed last week at the
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intersection of Wilkerson
Road (Old M-32) and M-32.
tne cauuon lignt was installed
by the State Highway
Department because of the
large number of turning
movements at that intersection. There were also a
large number of complaints.
The caution light will be
paid for by the State Highway
Department. "Riey will also
pay for the maintenance bills.
Van Tyle
Gaylord
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Gaylord, Michigan
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The float contest is a new
addition to Alpenfest. The
annual festival, held the third
week in July, also features a
bike parade for the younger
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While parents are urged to
support their youngsters efforts, the floats should be the
work of the children.
Fifty-two Gaylord Country
Club members enjoyed a
mixed couples best ball outing
on Sunday, June 23. Jane and
Bill McCourt, Bea and Russ
Case, and Shirley and Dale
Kettlewell were in charge of
the day's activities.
Bea and Kuss Case and won by
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vehicles gathered under the countyrelease program. The company has
also posted a $5,000 performance bond
to unsure clean-up of the collection sites
after auto body crushing takes place.
The Saginaw firm also will provide
the county with an evaluation of the
program and a list of those junk
vehicles that were not picked up
because the owner refused the service.
The storing of junk vehicles in open
areas, visible to passing traffic, is in
opposition to a recently afififit&S Otsego
County junk vehicle ordinance.
Some $1,200 of expenses already
incurred by the county will be returned
by American Auto Recycling, Tomaski
said. Otsego County commissioners
originally started a volunteer collection
program in April. The bid proposal
from American Auto Recycling was
accepted after volunteer interest and
support for the program began to
dimmish.
Gaylord is now a three
traffic light town! A new
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New traffic signals
to aid congestion
Mini-float contest
set for Alpenfest
Ramblewood. On homesites of about '& acre some more, some less homes can be all but
hidden entirely from the
winding paved access
roads. With electric and
telephone underground
your views of the surrounding trees are not
spoiled by poles or wires,
anrt
Otsego County's junk car collection
program should be picking up soon.
That's the word from county commissioner Steven Tomaski of Gaylord
who said the county recently entered
into a pact with a private company for
the collection of the hulks. Tomaski
said American Auto Recycling Inc., of
Saginaw will begin the program yet this
month. Completion date for the project
is set for October.
The junk vehicles will be collected at
no cost to the county, Tomaski said. The
county is required to aid in the location
and count of the junkers as well as the
establishment of several collection
sites throughout the county. The county
will also, along with township officers
and civic groups, continue to secure
releases for removal of the vehicles
from property owners.
Charles Thomas of AAR said that his
company is responsible for the
collection and crushing of all junk
yourself accurately, and have Wednesday on the corner of
an imagination, then you can Wisconsin and West Main
sew something to wear." She Street. The signal light has
makes nearly all the clothes been flashing yellow for the
past week and will be
she wears.
signaling by tomorrow.
Mrs. Titus, who has been in
The signal light, which was
Gaylord for six years, has installed by the State Highway
three sons who all live out of Department,
cost
an
the state. She now lives in an
apartment in town that she
has ornately decorated with
objects she has made or
collected.
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Bazaar on tap
The Women's Fellowship
of the First Congregational
Church in Gaylord is sponsoring their annual Christmac
in July Bazaar, July 11 and 12
beginning at 10 a.m. at the
Church parish hall.
The bazaar will feature
books, Christmas rrafts.
Junk car program
gets new push
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Talented tappers
present review
Thirty-eight young dancers,
with one special guestperformer tapped, clogged,
and swayed their way through
the Halvorson School of Dance
annual spring recital earlier
this month.
Titled ''School Daze," it was
a gay and happy evening,
sparked with
glittering
costumes and clever outlines.
Some of the presentations
indicated that you can be
"School B e l l e s , " "School
Mates" and "Teachers Pets"
on the road to higher learning.
You can also take a "Field
'Sam' Titus prefers femininity
for working in a 'man's world'
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Alice McRae and Don
Sandberg won a gift certificate for first prize in the
best ball rompetition. They
had a net score of 30. Don
came in with his best score of
37 - two over par.
Joyce Scheerhorn and Doug
Hird came in second with a net
score of 32.
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Thursday, June27,1974
Thursday, June 27.1974
G L E N ' S M A R K E T — Back row ( t - r ) : Bob Powell, Tom Bouck, Larry
Stuck, Bob M c N a m a r a , Chad Dutcher, Dave Ballantyne. and Bill
Wishart, manager. Front row ( l - r ) : Rich Schalter, Steve Johnson, Jim
Werst, Ron Crandall, BMI Borst, and Ed Distelrath.
Slo-Pitch
but fast
action in
Gay lord
league
Gavlord
ay M A M
BOYS' MAJORS
IWA — Back row ( l - r ) : Tom Boycc, Lee Sperry, Don Drenzy, Dick
Mankowskl, Dick Kowalsky, Mike Platte, and J i m Warren. Front row ( I r ) : Bob Minton, Gordon Larson, Tom Frost, captain, Dennis Purgiel,
Steve Rancier, and Dan Slivinski.
[Well, here I am, great sports
s, for another week of great
iseball.
| June 17: Ken Sides went and
Ided another win to his
Itching as he brought Hidden
alley to an 11-0 win over
^Donald's. Randy Troy had
riples, along with Ken Sides
had one triple. Champine
; the losing pitcher. He also
a double for McDonald's.
[Second game: 15-15! What
>re as Gaylord State Bank
1 Ormsbee Motors fought to
i tie. Both teams had 8 hits,
idy Cherwinski was the
tcher for GSB.
18: Greg Kreger, Eric
ler and Mark Kreger all
12 hits to bring Alpine Oil to
sir victory over Jack's
idard by the score of 8-5.
Mark Kreger was the
ling pitcher. Jeff Grinnell
a triple and a double for
ick's Standard. David
tsie was the losing pitcher.
HHHHH
WCISEL
CONSTRUCTION — Back row ( l - r ) : Ernie Wcisel, Jerry
Wcisel, Chuck Masley, Ron Wcisel, Tom Impellazzeri, and Bob Kierczynski, manager. Front row (l-r): Larry Kierczynski, Mack Koronka,
Joe Simolowski, and Don Stout.
G L E N E L E C T R I C — Back row ( l - r ) : Dan Parkinson, Lee Olsen, Ken
Swathmore, Bob Noirot, manager, Gene Selbel, and Jim Kunisch. Front
row ( l - r ) : Russ Soffredine, Lonnle Campbell, Butch Hutchlns, John
Molter, and Bud Harned.
June 22: Billy Nash scored 4
nm«s and was the winning
pitcher and struck out 9 along
with Peter McCutcheon, Bill
Hall and Tom Warren, who all
got 2 hits as they brought VFW
to a 14-7 victory over Mary's
Tigers. Mike Abate got 3 Mts
along
with Scott Rich who got
Second game: Alpine Oil
2 hits. Scott was the losing
won its second game this week
as it topped Wickes by the pitcher.
score of 10-2. Greg Cowles had
June 24: Steve Bergman got
3 hits while Eric Kehler had 2 a double and 2 singles to help
hits, and Eric was the winning
Knights of Columbus defeat
pitcher. He struck out 11. Mary's Tigers by the score of
Ricky Borowiak had 2 doubles
6-3. Bob Lewandowski was the
for Wickes. Ron Szczepaniak
winning pitcher. John Hale got
was the losing pitcher.
a double and a single for
Mary's Tigers. Bret Fyke was
June 21: 3 - 2...what a tough
the
losing pitcher.
score but the Lions managed
to nudge past the Herald
Second game: Kiwanis got 8
Times. Rusty Hawley was the
runs in the second inning to go
winning pitcher; Danny
on to defeat VFW by the score
Pichan was the losing pitcher.
;cond game: Scott Hansen
2 home runs and a double to
take Herald Times to a
Ivictory over Wickes. Scott
leads the league in
lerun hitting. Eric Pandell
the winning pitcher.
Second game: Rental
lune 19: Rusty Hawley took
i Liuus Lu anoiiier vicim y as Uniform tied Jack's Standard
went on to defeat Rental by the score of 5-5. Jerome
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were the pitchers for Rental
Uniform. Brian Apfel and
Qual were the pitchers for
Jack's Standard.
June 24: David Embree got
a single and a double to help
McDonald's to defeat Gaylord
State Bank by the score of 115. Matt Mitchelle was the
winning pitcher. Randy
Cherwinski was the losing
pitcher.
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Second game: 10 - 8, what a
I anytime close score, but Alpine Oil
!
M A R Y ' S T A V E R N — Back row ( l - r ) : Joe Letourneau, Dave Nash, Dan
Canfield, Pook Webb, A r t Fedor, and Ron Jenkins, manager. Front row
( l - r ) : Bob Minton, Faro Gervasi, Paul Stewart, Ron Poupard, Jerry
Fitzek, and Jim Jenkins.
was the losing pitcher.
Second game: Burzynski, 3
hits, Albright, 3 hits,
Burgman, 3 hits and Head, 2
hits. All these hits took
Knights of Columbus to a
victory over Vivian Equipment, 13-6. Mike Zimba, Jim
Fox, and Doug Hall all got a
double for Vivian Equipment.
Burzynski was the winning
pitcher. Mark Mitchelle was
the losing pitcher.
June 20: 7 - 4...not a bad
score as McDonald's defeated
Ormsbee
Motors.
Paul
Weaver was the winning
pitcher, and Paul Costello was
the losing pitcher. McDonald's
had 6 hits while Ormsbee had 5
hits.
G t u i c i l a m i G i cug G a u u i a i u i
U. S. PLYWOOD — Back row (l-r): Rudy Kliemann, Bob Jaruzel, Ron
Holben, John Rheubottom, Milton Beale, and Kenny Schram Front row
(l-r)
Jim Culbertson, Gabby Nowak, Art Drinkert, Jack Owen,
manager, and Ed Crawley.
MONDAY - In the battle of
the winless between the
Jaycees and I.W.A., everyone
went home happy as the teams
split.
In the first game, it was
I.W.A., &6 over the Jaycees.
The Jaycees won the nightcap,
11-6.
TUESDAY - Glen Electric
stretched their lead in B
Division, with a couple of
victories over second place
Wcisel Construction. In the
first game, Glen Electric
Results
Uniform by the score of 7-5.
Rental Uniform had 8 hits
while the Lions had 9 hits.
Second game: Ken Sides did
it again as he went on to take
Hidden Valley to another
victory as they defeated
Gaylord State Bank by the
score of 15-1. Randy Troy had
a triple for Hidden Valley.
Jerry Pacionek was the losing
pitcher and he also had one hit
for Gaylord State Bank.
managed to get past Ormsbee
Motors. Eric Kehler was ihe
winning and he also had a
double. Paul Costello was the
losing pitcher.
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BOYS' SENIOR
DIVISION
June 18: 5 - 4...what a close
score but Hicks Concrete
edged over Vivian Equipment.
Arnie Quay was the winning
pitcher and Mike Ford was the
losing pitcher.
ife better
June 19: 6 - 3 was the score
as Zaremba Equipment
defeated Knights of Columbus. Zaremba got 6 hits. Mark
Supinger got one of the 3 hits
for K of C. Steve Andrews was
the winning pitcher. Tom
Burzynski was the losing
pitcher.
McNAMARA-YUILL
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THIRTEEN
Winless slo-pitch teams
defeat each other
LITTLE
LEAGUE
BY BRENDA PARENT
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of 8-4. Ray Flemming was the
winning pitcher as he struck
out 9. Steve Ciszewski was the
losing pitcher. John Puroll
and Jack Warren both had 2
hits for Kiwanis. Scott Kallao
had 2 hits for VFW.
GIRLS SENIOR
DIVISION SOFTBALL
June 17: Team 2 defeated
Team 1 by the score of 18-7.
The winning pitcher was
Theresa Schirmer.
LANSING — Dedication ceremonies for Michigan's
newest fish-raising facility, the Platte River Fish
Hatchery, were held recently. The hatchery is located
off M-31 six miles east of Honor in northwestern lower
Michigan.
Taking over four years 10 buiid, the jt> miiiion Plane
River Fish Hatchery is probably the most modern, best
equipped fish-rearing facility in the world, reports the
Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Operating at full capacity, the plant can produce 8V2
million coho, chinook and steelhead annually.
The hatchery was established with three basic
functioning units: spawn taking facility, egg incubation and hatching areas, and the fish rearing unit.
The spawn taking system includes the fish
barricade, or weir, across the Platte River at the lower
end of the hatchery where adult salmon return each
fall. Finding their path blocked, the fish jump up a fish
ladder and enter holding ponds. In the nearby spawn
station, the eggs are collected from the fish.
These eggs are then incubated and hatched in the
second unit by means of patented Heath Incubators.
Meanwhile, the pump station is delivering 20,000 to
25,000 gallons of water each minutetoa water head box
which distributes the water to various raceways. Tne
June 19: The Bom Losers
got their first victory as they
defeated Team 2 by the score
of 23-10.
June 20: The Super Streaks
went on to defeat Team 1 (they
don't have a name) by the
score of 23-6. Terry Albright
was the winning pitcher. She
struck out 12 batters. Out of
the 12, she retired 9 in a row.
The Super Streaks had 26 hits
and Team 2 had 7 hits.
Laynette Taylor was the
losing pitcher. The Super
Streaks are undefeated.
and Holiday Inn moved to
within one game of second
place in their division.
THURSDAY Glen's
Market and U.S. Plywood met
to see who would be number
one in A Division. And after
two games they went home
still tied for first. Glen's
Market jumped out quick and
breezed in with a 12-6 victory
in the first game. The second
game saw Plywood hold on to
a 3-2 decision.
FRIDAY — Corner Grocery
and Craig's Carpeting split a
pair tonight, Craig's winning
the first 9-5 and the Corner
Grocery taking the second 9-6.
SATURDAY - In a battle
for the basement in A
Division, I.W.A. won as they
lost a pair to the Corner
Grocery, 11-10 and 1S-3.
Gaylord Slo-Pitch
*
Hatchery
dedicstsd
June 18: The Super Streaks
went on to defeat the Born
Losers by the score of 57-17.
The Super Streaks had 38 hits
and the Born Losers had 21
hits. Terry Albright was the
winning pitcher as she struck
out 11 batters. Bev Hanson
was the losing pitcher.
Little LeaQue
mauled Wcisel 24-3. Bob
Noirot had a round tnpper 'or
the victors. In the second
game, Wcisel Construction
tightened up their defense, but
still came up short, 8-4.
WEDNESDAY - The third
place ball clubs from each
division met and went home
with a split. In the first game,
Mary's defeated Holiday Inn,
9-5. Holiday Inn took the
nightcap 5-2. With the split
Mary's remained two games
out of first in their division.
A DIVISION
Glen's Mkt.
U.S. Plywood
Mary's Tavern
Corner Grocery
I.W.A.
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8
6
3
1
L
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GB
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2
4
7
9
2
5
7
RUNS
SCORED
RUNS
SCORED AGAINST
222
67
128
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112
17
77
117
76
175
B DIVISION
Glen Electric
Wcisel Const.
Holiday Inn
Craig's Carpeting
Jaycee's
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RUNS
RUNS SCORED
SCORED AGAINST
168
127
71
70
98
104
44
224
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SOFTBALL
Support facilities include a refrigerated storage
building where the pelletized, slightly-moist fish food is
Kept, a service building containing garages, fish
uiCiu6ni*«!
5GTi£rs ariu
ministration building, a superintendent's residence
and an effluent treatment pond where hatchery water
is cleaned before it is returnedtothe Platte River.
The hatchery operates as a part of the "Anadromous
Fish Program" and about half the costs for the facility
were provided by the U.S. Government.
Anadromous fish are those that spawn inriversor
streams but spend most of their lives growing in
oceans or large lakes.
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Games start at
S.-30 and 7:30
Thursday, June 27 — Wickes vs
Ormsbee's, McDonald's vs Lions.
F r i d a y , June28 — Hidden valley
vs Rental U n i f o r m , H e r a l d Times
vs. Jack's Standard
Monday, July 1 — Gaylord State
Bank vs Wickes, Lions vs Alpine
Oil.
Tuesday, July 2 — O r m s b e e ' s vs
Rental U n i f o r m , Jack's Standard
vs Hidden Valley
Wednesday, July 3 — Herald
Times vs McDonald's,
Gaylord
State Bank vs L:ons
Thursday,
July * — Jack's
Standard vs. Ormsbee's, Wickes
vs Rental Uniform
BOYS' S E N I O R D I V I S I O N
Games start at 6 p.m.
Thursday, June 27 — Vivian
Equipment vs Kiwanis, St. M a r v
field
F r i d a y , June 28 — Zarc-moa
Equipment
vs M a r y ' s
Tigers,
Gaylord High field. Hicks Con
crete vs Knights of Columbus, St
M a r y field
Monday, July 1 — M a r y ' s Tigers
vs. Kiwanis, Gaylord field, Vivian
Equipment
vs
Knights
of
Columbus, St. M a r y field.
Tuesday, July 2 — Knights of
Co!y.~Sjs
»s Zaremba
Equip
ment, Gaylord field. Hicks Con
crete vs Kiwanis, St M a r y field
Thursday Julv i — No aames
schedu'ed
Team 4 by the score of 18-1?
Patty Reiter was the winning
pitcher.
June 18: Team 3 defeated
Team 8 by the score of 35-12.
Sheila Parkinson was the
winning pitcher.
June 19: No results (sorry).
June 20: Team 6 defeated
Team 5 by the score of 23-12.
Teri Bresnahan was the
winning pitcher. Diane Morris
was the losing pitcher.
June 21: Team 1 defeated
Team 3 by the score of 16-15.
Sally Schreu was the losing
pitcher.
O
GIRLS' MINOR
SOFTBALL
June 17: Team 3 defeated
Team 2 by the score of 15-2.
The losing pitcher was Debbie
Sides.
June 18- Team 1 defeated
Team 2 by the score of 15-12.
The losing pitcher was Fay
Wojtkowiak.
K
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June 21: Ray Fleming got a
triple and was the winning
pitcher as he helped bring
t-Owners
Insurance Kiwanis to a 16-1 victory over
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Skowronski, Les VanAlstine, Harry Sudden, Tom Measell, manager, and
George Uipz»nski.
H O L I D A Y I N N — Back row (l-r): Larry Kassuba, Jerry Sorenson, Mike
Switalski, Rick Burson, Larry Lewandowski, and Fred Charboneau.
Front row ( l - r ) : Ken Tomaskl, manager, Floyd Fisher, T i m Krusniak,
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CRAIG'S C A R P E T — Back row ( l - r ) ; Ron Borowlak. Dan H.cks, Chuck
Ely, Bob Hays, and Craig Tanner, manager Front row (l-r): John Neth,
Jim Monforton, John Duhoskl, Dave Jonas and Joa Matelskl.
CORNER
GROCERY — Back row ( l - r ) : Bob Stout, Dan Donaldson,
Steve Ames, Rich Stevens, Greg Yuill, and Greg Ames. Front row ( l - r ) :
Rich Buskirk, Ken Taylor, John Glanlno.Tom Yolll §»»d M a r k Giiuvr?.
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CUSTOM BUILT
Three or four bedroom
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carpeting, a t t a c h e d two
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14 ACRES
Or. North Old 27. Building
site with beautiful view.
Terms arranged.
$12,500
WEST OTSEGO
LAKE DRIVE
Beautiful rustic log three
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living room with stone
fireplace. Built-in stove.
Hot water heat. On wooded
lot. Attached breezeway
and
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Terms
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$22/500
WEST OF GAYLORD
50 Acre farm with tsn re cm
buildings.
Terms
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RANCH AREA
Sharp three bedroom home
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attached
g a r a g e . On
beautiful two and a half
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$25/000.
100' ON HEART LAKE
A beautifully
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Mobile home site. $3,000.
Terms.
Mobile home site with well
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Extra sharp three bedroom
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Three bedroom ranch type
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Terms arranged. $ 2 1 / 9 0 0
.ARBUTUS BEACH
Rustic furnished year
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Lake
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Terms
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NORTH OF GAYLORD
Beautiful custom built two
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Fireplace.
Completely
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Must be seen.
Terms
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$24/950
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On North US £1 five plus
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Large family kiichen.
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100 x 250 Wooded lot with
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Four bedroom home on
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24' x 60' Marlette home
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Campaign total to the $650,000
level.
The total pledged represents
15,000 gifts, with an average of
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the donors of the Diocese.
Last year's total in the
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Storage building T •••«iwo car garage. On large
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Two bedroom mobiile
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Furnished.
Terms
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published in the Otsego
County Herald Times or
Drummer is accepted on the
premise that the merchandise and services offered are properly described
and willingly
sold to
customers at the advertised
price. Advertisers are aware
of these conditions. Advertising that does not
conform to these standards,
or that is deceptive or
misleading,
is
never
knowingly accepted. If any
Herald Times or Drummer
reader encounters n o i compliance
with
these
standards, we ask that you
inform the Advertising
Department
of
these
newspapers. 732-5144.
(4-4-tf-101)
ALL
NATURAL,
ALL
ORGANIC:
Cleaning
r» »» f\ A it r* t «•
nnotYi *"*tiCS
fCCd
supplements and toiletries
from Shaklee. Call 732-9771.
(6-27-tf-101)
ATTENTION: Applications
are now being accepted by
the Gaylord Cornm. Co-op
Nursery for both the 3 and 4
year old sessions. For further information call either
Pat Wright 732-5502 or Linda
Gardner 546-3444.
(6-27-6-101)
STRAWBERRIES:
Pick
your own. Large acreage.
Irrigated, Elden Kerron, in
Spratt, on M-65,6 miles south
of M-32. Phone 379-4454
(6-27-3-101)
ATTENTION - TOV A GIFT
PARTY
PLAN! Earn
commissions up to 30 percent. No experience needed.
FREE sample kit OR free
gifts for having a party. Call
or write SANTA'S Parties,
Avon, Conn. 06001. Phone
120-203-673-3455.
(6-20-2-101)
NOTICE: Tree trimming L
removal, brush clipping &
stump
removal.
Free
estimates, insured. Cuhlman
Tree S e r v i c e , Box 304,
Topinabee, MI. Phone 6275848; in Gaylord T o m
Higgins 732-9785.
(6-20-6-101)
WE CAN GUARANTEE IN
ADVANCE — A 30-year
mortgage at 7li percent with
less than 10 percent down
payment on a new custom
built home of your chcice
with 3 or 4 bedrooms. Price
range. $24,000 to $35:000.
Gerald Batterson, Builder.
Call 732-5158.
(3-64M01)
CAR RACING at the Northern Michigan R a c e w a y
every Saturday night. Time
trials 6:30, races 8 p.m. 2
miles east of Elmira on M-32,
iVz miles north on Camp Ten
Road.
(5-23-tf-101)
SELLING VOUR PROPERTY? We will guarantee
the sale of your property
within 6 months, in writing,
or we'll buy it ourselves.
Gerald Batterson Rroker
/32-5158.
(3-13-tf-lOl)
MORTGAGES AVAILABLE
for that home you want to
hnv with verv little dnwn »nrl f i o a
•
l r
low, low monthly payments.
Opportunities
»
Let us assist you in obtaining
a mortgage and building
your home. Call for more
"WE'RE OPENING OUR
information
Northland fend KOPY KAT C E N T " '
Urwn— nt Cnylnrrl
( 5 i 7 l 73%
VoPY IttT :-*• g* »»'^H
2721 a n y t i m e .
(6-20-tf-101)
EXPERIENCED. PROFESSIONAL SALESPEOPLE
BUD GOTTLOEB, VERONICA DICKMAN,
CHUCK KUBBARTH
GAYLORD
MORTGAGE a REALTY, INC.
124 CAST MAIN
732-5119
WANT A u 5
rWww»iirM*i«
C a t f * of Thanks
(6-27-1-121)
I WOULD LDCE TO THANK
and extend my appreciation
U> Monsignor Kaminski, the
Nelson Funeral
Home,
relatives and friends at the
time of Sophia
Harlukowicz's death. Thank you
for all the time and attention
you devoted to our family in
our time of sorrow. Sincerely, Floyd Harlukowicx.
(6-27-K21)
OPEN
"1
Fan Country
W«h»wl«
p.
Stabies Open S«v«n
Diyt. F»va Milit
East of Uvitten.
786-2051
(5-l-tf-210)
213
Domestic/Child C a r e
Deadline
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY: High prestige
business. Personal reasons,
must seli. Low overhead,
complete training, high
profit potential. $7,700. Call
347-0857, 10 a.m. to 3 pjn.
OMMOS)
Is Monday
EXPERT CHILDCARE in
an environment of planned
experiences for children
ages 2 ^ - 6 y e a r s . State
licensed; approved hot lunch
program; qualified teachers
and staff; nominal rates by
the day or week. Open 7 a jn.
to 5:30 p.m. weekdays.
Community
Childcare
Center. 732-4909.
< 6-64-213)
WANTED:
Experienced
housekeeper for private
home. Rsply to Box 3274, in
care of the Otsego County
Herala Times.
(6-20-2-213)
11 A . M .
YOUR WANT AD MESSAGE GOES TO
MORE THAN 15,000 HOMES
•NAME
ADDRESS
PHONE
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
122 S. Otsego
GAYLORD. Ml. 49735
H
142
Free Offers
FREE KITTEN: One female
gray kitten, 10 weeks old.
Call after 4 p.m. 732-4258.
(6-27-1-142)
TO GIVE AWAY: One
female beagle mixed puppy,
fi weeks old. Call after 6 p.m.
732-1284.
(6-27-1-142)
Free Offers
GIVE AWAY TO A
C-C9P H O M F - Very gentle,
iiuuacbroker., very o*?ed***»*
dog.
Golden
Labrador
Retriever. Call 732-4669.
(6-27-1-142)
F R E E TO A GOOD HOME:
1 year old male Malamute
Huskie. Good Watch dog,
good with children. Call after
4 p.m. 732-1377.
(6-27-1-142)
163
Lost a n d Found
a
Services Available
2 30
LOST: WALI£T. In vicinity
of Schreur's Garage in
Gaylord. Reward. Call
Hiiiman (120) 742-4515 or
write RR1 Turtle Lake Club,
Hillman, MI 49746.
(6-27-1-163)
Alice GilVs
Beauty Salon
2nd.
Set vices Avat'abte
and Evenings By
Appointment.
•COMPLETE WATER
WELL SYSTEMS
• 2 " a 4 " WELLS
•n Loving Memory
HARRY
MORRIS
• BAN'S w r n
His Family
June it. i»/4
FREE
V M M
W
PIANO & ORGAN
LESSONS: Children and adults.
area. Call Roscommon 2756275.
(M-tf-lM)
NEW
USED
RESTAURANT * « * » F/MJTP
MENT: Furnishings sr.d
supplies. Design and Layout
service. Financial Planning.
Nursing Homes, Churches,
Drive-ins. Call collect (616)
946-7760.
(6^7-1-181)
CARE
SERVKJE:
R e a s o n a b l e r a t e s . C a l l 732Thot's w h o t y o u ' l l s o y \
\ w h e n y o u use a W o n t A d
(6-27-1-230)
SECRETARY
WANTED:
Norandex
Building
Materials. Please call for
appointment. 732-1756.
(6-27-3-230)
EXTRA INCOME: MAKE
11.00 PER SALE selling
engraved metal
Social
Security plates.
FREE
SALES KIT Engravapiates,
Box 10460-394, Jacksonville,
Fi» men
f6**-230!
EACH
BERT HOWE, Residential
Builder. Licensed and insured. No jobs too small,
m o r e 732-4162.
(5-3-tf-181)
• ALBA,
LAWN
HAIRCUT
_ _ P E R M A N E N T
DRILLING
5990.
BEGINNING
GUITAR
LESSONS. Call 983-3161.
(6-27-3-181)
210
AS
RECEPTIONIST WANTED:
Fulltime, J2.41 per hour,
good fringe benefits. Start
immediately. P l e a s e call
732 9 6 5 6
w m MI.line I
In V e m o r i a m s
House O n
Pray Rd.
Jfil
Help Wanted
Miscellaneous
WANTED: CARPENTERS
for residential construction.
Call 732-5158.
(6-7-tf-230)
" r ™ ' • • « * i. - o a i .
151
Instruction
iw. t .iMce w«rs^c^r7255y TO
K A T , I N C . , Nat. F r a n
BREAKFAST
COOK
WANTED
for
summer
season. Good w a g e s to
competent person. Call (517)
732-5090. El Rancho Stevens.
(6-20-2-210)
HELP WANTED:Cooks for
the morning and evening
hours. Apply in person at the
Parlour Restaurant. Call
732-5687 for appointment.
WRITE YOUR COPY HERE
153
i«a
P . 14)
210
Clubs/Restaurants
M A I L OR BRING TO
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK
Dr. Boyer 3t Dr. Matias, my
neighbors, friends, relatives
and the Housekeeping and
Laundry department of the
Holiday Inn for all their
prayers, cards, flowers and
visits also money and food. A
special thanks to the Gaylord
State Bank Employees and
to the D. of I. for thinking of
me during my stay at the
hospital. All was greatly
appreciated. Mrs. Emily
Vinicki.
h '• »• ttseneKt t t m i r T . m l u .
(Cont'd f r o m
8c per word- minimum of 1© words or $1.30.
commercioi
10c per word, 20 word minimum or $2.00.
if you are sincere In your
desire to do so consider an
association with the World's
Largest and still growing
Organization in Real Estate.
Cummulative experiences of
many individuals since 1900
have created a system that's
second to none Supports such
*< C o r , ' i d e r , , ' a ' Lists of Buyers,
National
Advertising,
Catalogs, and Management
Assistance in all phases of your
operation a r e among the plus
features that add to your effectiveness in both Listing and
Selling. They help you reach
out f a r b e y o n d m e l o c a l
market.
For
information
w i t h o u t o b l i g a t i o n Licensed
Real Estate Brokers and those
qualified to take the Broker
E x a m , a r e invited to write to:
STROUT R E A L T Y .
PLAZA
TOWERS.
SPRINGFIELD,
M I S S O U R I 45804
L
41 A C R E S 1,200 ft. lake frontage, gently rolling, ideal for
recreational
development.
Includes transfer of all mineral
rights.
732-2477
Indian River
OPEN FRIDAYS TILS P.M.
Old27&M-68
S U N D A Y S 9:30 -3:30
238-9326
jStarter and Retirement Homes f
$ M I L E S TO G A Y L O R D —
Large wooded site - mobile
home, 12' x 22' living and
recreation center, fireplace,
furnished, $3,990 moves you in.
S M A R T L O O K I N G 3 bedroom,
ranch, completely furnished,
lake access, loads of extras.
Priced at only $14,900.
WANT
ADS
I
GET RESULTS
WANT TO
GROW IN
REAL ESTATE?
*,or<l
NAVAJO L A K E 180' frontage
features this be-level home
island kitchen stone fireplace.
Wilderness atmosphere, within
6 miles of Gaylord.
A - F R A M E . F e a t u r e s large
living and entertaining area
with fireplace, lake access
$3,650 down Land Contract.
IN
VILLAGE
OF
VAND E R B I L T Aluminum sided 2
bedroom home with large 7"i
car
garage.
Ideal
for
workshop $14,400.
C H A L E T on 10 acres of rolling
terrain A variety of wildlife,
extensive bike and snowmotile
trails Near State Land $24,900
332 E. 2 N D St. Gaylord, 4
bedrooms, gas heat, basement,
garage- $17,500.
»A A / - O C *
KUOE 2 LCCSCvA*
,a.,^..
1,440 sq ft. of living area, 2
baths, 24' x 24' garage, black
top road, plenty of room for a
garden, on your own 10 acres.
$19,900
L A K E L O U I S E A frame, 6
r o o m s , g a r a g e w i t h loft.
Spectacula- v i e w of the lake.
Nicely voodea lot $19,900
J» • • - . £ »£*ttg%M «rt«- • * * ! «
large 1,440 sq. foot home 3
bedrooms. 2 baths, huge kit
chen 24 x 24 garage, black top
road, plenty of room for that
garden. $19,900.
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
i
Business
G a
HAVE
YOU
BEEN
OR E A M l NG of a 10 a c r e parcel
away f r o m it all? "Wilderness
V a l l e y " 10 acres hillside
location, 57,500.
N E A R G A Y L O R D 10 a c r e
home sites, paved and county
roads prices start at S3,9v5, E
Z terms.
These symbols make it simple
Announcements
Harold Ash - T o m Brown - BobHowe - V i c Kotwicki -
700 W . M a i n
SMALL
R E S O R T en Otsego
Lake. 4 cabins ane large
garage with workshop. Rentals
should make your payments.
F A W N L A K E 3 bedrooms IW
baths
ideal for permanent
residence or v ^t special
retreat for v v Q , and year
around • ^ j Q | * . i t e r t a i n m g
Window, * J overlooking the
lake. Furn ^ned to satisfy the
most discriminating people.
C a i i o n e of o u r p r o f e s s i o n a l a s s o c i a t e s D a l e S m i t h A l a n Wolf - J i mR a k i s - Ellen Nottoli - T o b y Hurst.
COMING
UP —
"Boyne
Country Estates" fhis outstanding property - adjoins
3,500 acres of State Land,
county r o a d 14 m i l e s to
Gaylord, 7 miles to Boyne
Falls, 10-20 and 40 acre parcels.
See us today for first choice.
W O O D E D P A R C E L S located
on county road, '•* m i l e east of
US 131, 1 mile to Jordan River
State Forest, S3,900 to $6,300
with 15 percent down land
contract.
Mr. Al Bottomley
for you to find the ad or ads vou are seeking in todav's cla« sified want ads
101
A FULLTIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF
A - F R A M E Get away from it
all, completely furnished 2
bedroom, 200' x 200' lot near
new golf course.
TEE
LAKE
96 ft. frontage
large year round home with
1270 sq feet of living arpa
Fireplace
and
attached
garage. $27,500.
M A L L A R D T R A I L 3 bedroom
modern kit with Island range
over 1001* lakefrontage withm
one mile of ski lodge and golf
course fully furnished $17,900
with S4.400 down on l a n d
contract
PROPERTIES, IMC.
[Acreage - Investment j
>» * £X ^ A
WANT ADS
McCOY RD 10 acre f a r m , 660' x
660' corner parcel, 5 bedrooms,
b a s e m e n t . - 3 b a r n s . Land
Contract Terms.
OTSEGO L A K E FRONTAGE
cute 2 bedroom cottage ideal
for those week ends in the
north $16,000 buy a lot of
pleasure
OTSEGO
LAKE
CANAL
F R O N T A G E 100' includes 2
bedroom mobile home com
plete with furniture and 24'
pontoon boat
Easy land
contract terms
Start your
summer fun now
COZY 4 B E D R O O M Brick
Bungalow, f u l l b a s e m e n t ,
attached
garage
and
breezeway, fenced in yard.
Cory price S23.990.
B O Y N E M O U N T A I N is only 7
miles away from this 5 acre
f a r m . 4 bedrooms and barn,
nearly 570 ft. road frontage.
Small orchard. Paved road,
S2T.900.
F O R M E R N O A ' S M A R K E T B U I L D I N G A N D 2 L O T S ON M A I N ST. Near I
75. Excellent c o m m e r c i a l corner. T e r m s available.
1 Lake Front Homes"
In "74 Th« One To
See Is
IN
TOWN
3
bedroom
bungalow, basement, attached
garage, natural gas heat,
vacant
for
Immediate
possession, seller says make
me an offer.
B E A U T I F U L IS T H E O N L Y
W O R D to d e s c r i b e t h i s 3
bedroom ranch. 2 fireplaces,
large family room, finished
basement. 2 car attached
garage, all appliances first
floor l a u n d r y
( E x t r a lot
available)
FOUR C H A I R B E A U T Y SHOP, East Jordan. T w o bedroom home attached.
Completely air-conditioned. $34,500. (122)
Mr. Robert Lindsley
For R e a l Estate
1 In find flfouf.J Town Homes
T H R E E B E D R O O M H O M E I N T O W N , commercial lot (46' x 1 W ) . (101)
$16,500.
D A I R Y Q U E E N - B R A Z I E R ON W E S T M A I N S T R E E T , near f r e e w a y . E x cellent growth, inside seating. Blacktop parking lot. T e r m s available.
V A R I E T Y S T O R E . B#»r and Wine, Clothing. Excellent growiii. Four
bedroom home attached. Terms available. (138)
City of Gaylord
BagleyTwp.
Charlton Twp.
Chester Twp.
CorwithTwp.
Dover Twp,
ElmiraTwp.
Hayes Twp.
Livingston Twp.
Otsego Lake Twp.
(Mon. at School Office)
PAGE FIFTEEN
Edticution
/
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:
VOTE AUGUST 6th
(Sat. only at 547 E. Felsharw)
^Srold'Jlmis
II you a r e thinking about f i l i n g or buying anything In Real Estate, you should consult with u , b e f o r e deciding.
Signed: City & Township Clerks
JeanTomasid
Alden Smith
LilaM.Keskine
Robert Borowiak
Marion Oliver
Stella Dipzinski
Felix Figiel
Chester Skop
Richard Wojtkowiak
Cecelia Schotte
At Your Service 7 Days A Week
JJAfiftETT
All citizens who have been residents of Otsego County for 30 days, and have not
previously registered to vote, must do so with their City or Township Clerk before 8
P.M. on July 8th, 1974 to be eligible to vote at the Primary Election on August 6th.
The several clerks will be in their offices, as required by law, for this purpose on
* J J J J u l y 6 t h from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. and on Monday July 8th from from 8 A.M.
KOPV
•JjflB
previous drive. The amount
over the target of $541,000 will
be returned to the parishes on
a quarterly payment schedule
for use on the local parish
level.
In all, 69 of the 82 parishes
and missions exceeded their
target goals. The top three
were Traverse City, St.
Francis at $46,957; Traverse
City, Immaculate Conception
at $37,894; and Gayimd, St.
Mary at $31,404.
$17,000.
Terms
OLD STATE ROAD
14' x 62' completely furnished mobile home on 10
wooded acres. Plus large
•tnrcoe
«h<"<
Tcr~,j
arranged.
The
Gaylord
Diocese
Catholic S e r v i c e s Appeal
Drive for 1974 reached the
$642,000 mark this past week
as reported by the C.S.A.
Ottice in Gaylord. Cash
contributions stood at $349,326
on a targeted goal of $541,000.
The Annual Campaign
which funds the religious and
charitable works of the
Catholic Diocese in the 21
counties of Northern Lower
Michigan is rapidly nearing
REGISTER NOW to
UNBELIEVABLE
/Q
-vr-***
•» -
Thur*ay, Jur* 27, 2974
Catholic Appeal over goal
0 /
y y i
' —
Clubs/Restaurants
HOSTESS
WANTED: A
good sharp girl to work
evenings, 5 days a week.
Excellent wages. Contact R.
Doumaa,
Sugar
Bowl
Restaurant
(6-20.2-210)
(6-27-2-1H)
I
WE'LL NEED HELP. We
are moving our building.
operation to Gaylord. If you
are a building trades subcontractor and can provide
quality
wcrksmanship ..good s e r v i c e at a
competitive price, write to:
Harden Building Co.. 3281
Deerfield Lane, Lupton
Michigan 48635.
WM
l»4IMKBU)
[230
. ~~.
"
neip w a n t e d
Miscellaneous
Garage Yard Sale
WANTED IN CITY OF
GAYLORD: Boys or girls
who want to make extra
money, win prizes. Also a
good chance to win a trip.
For more information call
collect (517) 348-7317.
(6-20-2-230)
WANTED: Machinist, mill
hands, boring mill hands,
and lathe hands. Good
wages, full benefits. White's
Tool & Machine, 732-9313.
(6-27-2-230)
WANTED: Waitress and
short order cook. Apply at
Alpine Pizza. 732-2232.
(6-20-4-230)
au
239
Jobs Wanted
MAN WITH COMPLETE
KNOWLEDGE of subdivision operation. 6 years
experience, snow removal,
grass cutting, equipment
maintenance, zoning, all
aspects i n the complete
operation. Am planning to
settle in Gaylord on or
shortly before September
1974. Richard L. Suzor, 5518
Pageland Drive, Toledo,
Ohio 43611.
(6-11-4-239)
Appliances
FOR
S4IP-
IS
Oflivf
»«•**
portable dishwasher. Like
new condition. Contact R.
DDUmS, 7224315.
(6-2C-2-307)
Garage Yzri S2?e
YARD A HOUSEHOLD
SALE: 26th thru 30th. 7949
Randolph Street, Vanderbllt.
Furniture, dishes and many
items.
(6-27-1-340)
GARAGE SALE: 343 E.
Main Street. Clothing; young
and adults, m«n snd
women's, books and other
miscellenous items. June
27th and 28th, 9 a.m. till 6
p.m.
(6-27-1-340)
J FAMILY YARD SALE.
June 26th and 27th at 314
South
Court
Avenue.
Gaylord.
(5-27 1 2-10)
~ ~ l . - SJL ~ !
mvirvcr
for you to find the ad ..)r ads you are seeking
»'
RELIABLE PERSON, man
or woman, with late model
car who would like to supplement their present Income. For more information
call collect (517) 348-7317.
(6-20-2-230)
. W M L A U
9viiiwi«9
* i
347
Household Goods
n
1
aunpi
in today's classified want ads
It
Business Property
LIVING ROOM SUITE: Like
new, lounge chair, Hi-Fi
record player, floor polisher,
sewing machine, 2 lamps.
Ladies clothes size 14-16,
other miscellenous items.
June 26, 27, & 28, 6186
Morningside Road, Arbutus
Beach Highlands. 732-1665.
(6-27-1-340)
FOR SALE: King size bed FOR SALE: Tractor tire 6
complete with 3 sets of ply size 184-34, Hydraulic
colorful no-iron fitted sheets, cylinder, two snowtires with
blanket, bedspread. All in four hole wheels size E78 x
beautiful, n e w condition. 14, boat motor and trailer,
Hardly used. $350. Call 732- Harvest gold bath bowl
complete, Westinghouse air
2949.
(6-27-1-347) compressor, rod pump and
Large or Small
1
FOR SALE: Gold vinyl tank, and Vt and z h.p.
electric motors. Phone 546200 to 2500 Sq. Ft.
Niagra massage chair with
3673.
GARAGE SALE: June 27 electric heater. Like brand
(6-27-2-359)
and 28, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. new. Cost $500, will sell for
ALL
NATURAL, ALL
Clothes, dishes, g a s range, $300. Phone 786-4674.
Cleaning
(6-27-1-347) O R G A N I C :
g a m e s , motorcycle, tire
products, cosmetics, food
chains, cement
mixer,
supplements and toiletries
rollaway
bed,
misce- 359 Miscellaneous
from Shaklee. Call 732-9771
llaneous. On Old State Road,
for Sale
124 Mr. Main
% mile East of Old 27.
(6-27-tf-359)
FOR SALE: Antique saloon
732-5119
FOR
SALE: 3 platform
(6-27-1-340)
table, cast iron base, 42*'
rocking chairs, girl's bike,
YARD SALE: 302 South
Bittersweet F o r m i c a top,
NOTICE: Have qualified
two 12-foot long wooden
Center across from Com$100. Grill with electric
buyers with large down
docks - 2Vz ft. wide, Pcrtamunity Center. Clothing,
rotisserie, like new, $10. Call
payments for MOTELS,
Potti,
excellent
condition.
toys and games, kitchen
732-2258.
RESORT, BARS and other
Piston water pump, 6 ft.
miscelleneous, Hi-Fi console
(6-27-2-359)
Northern
businesses. For
minnow tank. Northwood
and TV.
Confidential
intervl#i
Resort,
west
side
of
Otsego
(6-27-1-340)
write or call, STATE WIDE
Lake Gaylord.
YARD SALE: Thursday and
REAL
ESTATE
of
(6-20-2-359)
Friday June 27-28 at 129 W.
GAYLORD, P.O. Box 614,
Petoskey. 9 a.ni. to 4 p.m.
OIL STOVE, 6 months old,
361
Gaylord, Michigan 49735 or
Musical Merchandise
50,000 BTU's, like new.
(6-27-1-340)
phone 517-732-2078. Your
WASHER, Frigidaire, 2
f34T
listing is sent to all of our 50
MUSIC
LESSONS:
Piano,
Household Goods
speed, custom deluxe, like
organ, accordian, guitar, offices covering the entire
new. ELECTRIC DRYER,
banjo,
and horns. ABC state of Michigan. Now is
ALL
NAUTRAL,
ALL
has new element. GAS
Music, Alpine Plaza Mall, the lime to sell.
ORGANIC:
Cleaning
STOVE, 36", like new. Best
Gaylord.
732-1112.
products, c o s m e t i c s , food
Offer. John Camburn, Rt.
(5-304-361)
supplements and toiletries
2, Box 126, West Otsego
Houses for Sale
from Shaklee. Call 732-9771.
Lake
Shore
Drive, (363
Pets and Supplies
(6-27-tf-347))
Gaylord, MI.
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3
bedroom,
2 baths, dish357
FOR SALE: Registered gold washer and disposal, 1ȣ car
Machinery and Tools
certified full blooded 7-year- garage. $30,500. Shown by
old gelded Apaloosa with appointment only. Call 732-nAMt> ~ - J »~-U #e/vi r»~n
9382.
732-2979.
(6-27-3415)
(44-tf-368) FOR SAI.F. RV OWNER: 3
BECAUSE
Y O U ' R E bedroom
ranch
home,
SMW.V1ILL H O L L I N G STOCK - R E A L E S T A T E
E A T O N T I M B E R CO., I N C .
READING THIS AD: you completely carpeted and
RIDGEWAY, MICHIGAN
know the value of Herald painted, 2 baths, stone
TUESDAY, JULY 2
10:00 A . M . ( D S T )
Times
and
Drummer fireplace, large basement,
SALE S I T E Ridgeway. Mich., is located on Hwy M 50. 3
classifieds.
Call
732-5144 finished 2-car attached
m i l t * East o- Tecumseh. Mich. Turn South at blinker lite m
today to place your ad.
garage, scenic lot. Call 732Ridfleway. Mich , Sale Site is approx 300 yds on Ridge Rd on
Wests.deof road. Phones (313)451 KMor (313) 423 4594
1686 after 5 p.m.
[3*7
OFFICES
FOR
RENT
6AYL0RD
MORTGAGE
& REALTY, INC.
By T o m Gill-Supt.
Gaylord Community Schools
Even though the Gaylord
Community Schools system
hasn't gone to Year-Round
Schooling, the school bells are
still ringing for many
"Susies" and "Sala." While
many students have found
summer jobs and are earning
a few dollars to buy some of
the necessities of life, others
are still going to school each
day.
Currently, we have a p proximately 45 students in the
4th grade meeting each day in
a summer reading program.
These children start their day
about 7 a.m. when the ous
picks them up for the rid** to
their school. The school is
pretty nice. It is a portable
classroom which was erected
on the school forest site at
Five Lakes. It m a k e s a
beautiful setting for summer
school.
N O T E . This sawmill is completely automated A H eauip
• " • " • h»iAn/» to Faton Timber Co , Inc
This ousiness may be purchased as a gomv WW»M".S:
Statements m a y be inspected at the Sale Site 5 d a y * he#ore sale
date, or, it will be sold as follows, with the real estate handled
by W m M Powell. Realtor, Tecumseh, Michigan
R E A L E S T A T E LOG TRACTOR STAKE T R U C K C L A M
LOAOER...FORK
LlfT
LOG
SKIDDER VAN
T R A I L E R S LOWBOY T R A I L E R S LOG T R A I L E R S LOG
DECK
BARK
CONVEYOR
DEBARKER
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r » e p n r c r e c r»
niicr m n * c o
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COMPRESSOR ..ROLL CASE SLAB C O N V E Y O R SWING
>AW G R E E N
CHAIN . W t L U t « O K I N U C K
r«r»tL
B O A R D O F F I C E F U R N I T U R E B A N D I N G W I R E SAW
GRINDER . PORTABLE
HEATERS MISCELLANEOUS
EQUIPMENT
For further information contact Rocco M a r t i n . Phona (616)
964 3433 or (3)2) 395-01*4
A U C T I O N E E R : Herman Benm. Phone
(312) 395 0194
T / l O R P O N T H E SPOT C R E D I T
S«ie Managed hy
THORP SALES
;
CORPORATIONI THORP j
HOMEOFHCE
THORP WISCONSIN
C 1 5 i 6**5551
W a n t e d t o Buy
WANTED: A Broad-Ax in
restorable condition with or
without handle. Please call
7324727.
f6-27-tf-387)
wAxitu:
Pasture for
c«iiie, any amount, wiii pay
immediately Robert Iseler.
phone (517) 4284352, Port
Hope, MI.
(5-16-8-387)
WANTED TO BUY: 2 milk
goats. Call 732-9771.
(6-20-2-387)
WANTED TO BUY: 200 to
500 lbs. of raw honey. Call
983-3161
(6-27-3-387)
I&J74415^
Thought of
Building?
n A..
i n n l k n .
„ _ • : _ _ _
program running at this time
and sponsored by the Intermediate District is a
remedial program aimed at
helping children from grades
K-3 overcome certain learning
difficulties which they may
have. The a r e a s of concentration a r e : language
About two hundred more skills, listening skills, and the
students near the age of 16 are
coordination of large muscles.
enrolled in a very important
Even without Year-Round
course which will lead to a
Schooling, we have a fairly
prized possession, a driver's
active summer program. The
license. Thccc -*•--•--*- —• =; oniy program wmch is
take thirty hours of classroom
operated with local tax dollars
instruction and spend at least
is the Drivers' Education
SIT h o u r s hohinrj tng ™hSc! VS1
F i u g i a i u . Whether Yearthe road.
Round Schooling will work in
Gaylord i s somewhat unPre-kindergarteners
also
certain. The fact that
get a little taste of school.
somewhere near 700 students
Each of them comes in to talk
are involved on a voluntary
with the psychologist from the
basis indicates that the idea
Intermediate District. During
does have merit.
these testing sessions, the
The students go to school for
a half-day, with the major
portion of the time spent on
improving their reading skills.
The program is federally
funded and the students are
selected because of need for
reading improvement.
The Top Seven State Employees Credit Union of 544 E.
Petoskey Street, Gaylord, has
qualified for federal insurance
of members' share accounts
90?UlAT/0/\/|
K\xp to $20,000 each), Ray E.
Hunt, Treasurer-Manager
announced this week.
Similar
to
insurance
available to banks and savings
and loans organizations, the
credit union share insurance
program is administered by
the National Credit Union
Administration,
an independent a g e n c y of the
Federal Government. It is
authorized by legislation
approved by President Nixon
in October 1970 and effective
for the first time in January
1971
The Top Seven State Employees Credit Union was
chartered in 1959 and has a
membership of 425 state
n ~ _ i„..„,..
Liupiv;i,u
.
.at your
house
7
»aascis
-r
ui
$438,360.
Officers of Top Seven State
Employees Credit Union are:
Ginton Dodge, President;
Richard
Diebold,
Vicepresident, and Marjorie Ward,
Secretary.
It's time to call your
Welcome Wagon hostess.
S h e will bring congratulations and gifts for the
f a m i l y and t h e N E W
BABY!
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1(1(1 M)
T H E H E R A L D T I M E S when
making a purchase from a
Heralo T i m e * *<iv»»r*.«««- " interested m Knowing about
your response
r r I ' H V I I r v / r » »**iv» y^
7321267
Phone
THE "BEAR" FACTS
S t y l e s h o s b e e n h e l p i n g p e o p l e b u y and
p r o p e r t y since back
properties
wanted
sell
i n 1 9 3 5 -• l o c a t i n g t h e
o n d finding
buyers
for
folks w h o w o n t e d to sell. Styles k n o w s their
business - o n d it doesn't t a k e t h e m long to
Look at this one first, 4
bedrooms, dream kitchen,
attached garage, l l s baths,
electric heat, Otsego Lake
Access, never occupied.
Inspect this beauty today
$36,000, L.C. Terms.
Keith Dressel
Realty
Old 27 South
732-1707
(Confd on P. U)
•
Local credit union
gets insurance
FOR SALE:
ANOTHER I THORPAUCTION
I
parents are told what their
child's probability of success
will be in starting kindergarten. A few parents are
encouraged to hold their child
back for a year. This decision
could be one of the most important decisions that a parent
makes in a child's life. If the
child starts when he has a high
potential for success, the
success he achieves can neip
him build the self-confidence
he needs throughout his
lifetime.
The
Summer
Band
Program, run each day from 8
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by Gary
Waldo; attracts a couple of
hundred more students from
the middle school and high
school. The students meet in
small groups and receive
instruction related to their
specific instrument.
get the job done,
So
if
you're
selling,
thinWing
s e e Styles.
c a r e f u l and
get
either!
nhnnf
Your
huyino
needs
will
r»r
get
c o u r t e o u s o t t e n f i o n . o n d y o u II
t h e results y o u w o n t
-
quickly.'
STYLUS A J
real estate iiu SSEtJi
Gaylord,
Michigan 48725
(517) 732-4262
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Thursday. June27,1974
The People
Circuit Court summer term jury drawn
The petit jury for the
summer term of the Otsego
County Circuit Court w a s
drawn Tuesday by the County
Jury Commission. The 38
member group will be on call
for jury duty for a period of
three months. However, the
group will see no service in
July during the annual dosing
ot the court for vacations.
The following persons have
been selected for jury duty:
Joyce M. Pewinski, Box 73,
Johannesburg; Diane D.
Willoughby, 419 W. Second St.,
Gaylord; Evender K. Campbell, Box IS, Johannesburg;
Pauline Switalski, Star Rt.,
Johannesburg;
Margaret
Franzke, 564 S. Court St.,
Gaylord; Helen Samkowiak,
115 S. Wisconsin, Gaylord;
Theresa M. Dipzinski, 117 W.
First St., Gaylord; Helen I.
Moss, 542 S. Court, Gaylord;
Betty A. Boughnei, R-l Box
2!0, Gaylord; George A.
Duffield, 601 N. Otsego,
Gaylord.
Esther J. Ames, R-4 Box
431, Gaylord; Betty J. Clark,
R-l Box 364, Gaylord; John W.
MacKay,
R-l Box 82,
Johannesburg; Jeanette Lou
Dowker,
R-l Box 581,
Gaylord;
Doiothy
I.
Borowiak, 423 S. Court,
Gaylord; Alfred Demby. R-4
Box 169,905 N. Ohio, Gaylord.
June R. Davis, 619 S. Court,
Gaylord; E l s i e A. Rhea,
Butka, 812 W. Street, Gaylord; Gaylord; Arlene Mankowski,
John J. Jones, 219 W. 5th St., 608 U Court, Gaylord; Harold
Gaylord; Marian A. Boyd, R-4 D. Noirot, R-4 Box 303,
Bo A 444A, Gaylord; William Gaylord; Harvey D. Miller,
C. Watkins, R-2, Gaylord;
Box 96 Starr, Johannesburg.
Donald B. Rolinski, R-l Box
Sonja Hoy, Johannesburg;
104A, Gayiord; Jere M. Doyle, Lowell F. Cogswell, P.O. Box
430 N. Ohio, Gaylord; Bennie 391, Gaylord; John Gapinski,
R. Kucharek, R-2 Box 69, R-4 Box 209, Gaylord; James
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A Beautiful Place For Your Home
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Alton M c N a t t - Supervisor
Investment Properties
4-17-74
YOUR DREAM COME TRUE — Motel 5 units, plus
fine home with office space. Large garage, laundry
room. Beautiful landscaping overlooking Otsego Lake.
Moti
t. Otsego County s finesi operation.
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COMMERCIAL — INCOME PROPERTY. Good
monthly gross from 3 apartments and 1 office, natural
gas. A good money maker.
41 ACRES with total of 900 foot of lake frontage. Can be
split for high profit. Within 10 miles of Gaylord. Easy
terms arranged.
BUILDERS ATTENTION —18 acres inside city limits.
Zoned R-2. Water, sewers, elec. natural gas. 20 percent
down on land contract cannot be duplicated.
'SOUTH OLD 27 — Chalet office building ideal for
barber shop - or office - carpet included. Great location
$20,000.
PROPERTIES, INC.
A FULLTIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF
PHONE 732 2477
OPEN SUNDAY 10 A.M. - 4 P.M.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
GAYLORD AIR INDUSTRIAL PARK
City of Gaylord, Otsego County, Michigan
EDA PROJECT 0 6 - 0 1
00990
Separate sealed bids for the Gayiord Air industrial Park
W E L L MOUSE D E V E L O P M E N T (Contract I ) ; W A T E R
S U P P L Y , S E W A G E D I S P O S A L A N D D R A I N A G E (Contract
i n . P A V I N G , D I T C H I N G A N D G R A D I N G (Contract I I I ) will
be received by the Gaylord industrial Development Cor
poratien as agents for Otsego Coun»y at the Gayiord Hc'iday
Inn, 833 W M a i n Street. G a T l o r d , Michigan 49735 until 2 00
? M . E D T , July 29. 1974and than at said location publicly
opened and read aloud
The protect consist of the following approximate quantities
with appurtenances.
C O N T R A C T I: Pump and motor, piping, controls,
vaiving, well house and other appurtenances complete
on an exis'ing 14" x 30" gravel packed well
C O N T R A C T I I 14,700 I f . ot 10" thru 15" sanitary
sewer, 210 1 f ot 15" sanitary sewer m casing pipe,
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STEVENS
The information for Bidders. Form of Bid, F o r m of Contract,
Plans, Specifications, and F o r m s of Bid Bond. Performance
and P l y m j o l Bond, and other contract documents may be
exammed at the offices of the follow "vg
Robinson McKeivey Associates, inc. and
F w Dodge m G r a n d Rap ds, LLansing and Detroit
copies m a y be ootamed at tne ott.ee of Roomson McKeivey
Associates, mc located 24* w M a m Street. Gaylord. Michigan
49735 upon payment of (40 00 for each t a t .
Any «»»ucce«*u< bidder, upon returning such %e< e n - r e ? - /
and in good condition, will be refunded his payment, and any
ncn bidder u p * n so returning such a set will be refunded »15 00
The owner reserves the right to waive any formaiit.es or to
reiert any or a l ' bids
Each btooer m..«t deposit with his bid, security m m e
amount, f o r m and subiect to the conditions provided in the
information for Biooers
Attention of bidders
s particularly called to the
reouirements as to conditions of employment to be observed
and m.nimum wage rates to be p a d under fh« contract
No bidder m a y w i t h d r a w his bid within 90 days after tne
actual data of the opening thereof
Dated
Aaa><i<«*
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Donald W. B a m , president
E d w a r d Cat*, ma. Secretary
Hayes Tower Rd., Turn Left and
CABIN O N O T S E G O L A K E . Near State P a r k , with water
frontaae. $23,000.
W A C R E S near Vienna Corner. $30,000. On maintained road.
Lightly wooded. Land Contract.
Radio 9
Gayiord
U3- F R O N T A G E ON W E Q U A S L A K E . Nice four bedroom
home with oil heat. Excellent condition. Guest cottage.
i
Follow the Signs.
10.1 A C R E P A R C E L S . Seven miles east. M 32. Only two left.
T R A I L E R H O M E on addition. Two car garage. On six acres. 7
miles frosn Gaylord
ABOUT T W E N T Y A C R E S wooded V/i miles north of V a n
derbilt on North 27. $12,000.
Service Station
10.1 A C R E T R A C T near Johannesburg. $4,900 $500 down.
Land contract.
P A R T Y S T C R E with S D D and S D M
Gaylord area. New
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4 1 5
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Houses for Sale
In Town
A brick face in town with 4
bedrooms in nice area, full
basement with fireplace
and workshop on oversized
lot 124,000.
Keith Dressel
Realty
Old 27 South
732-1707
FOR SALE: Immaculate 3
bedroom ranch.
Nicely
decorated with low maintenance inside and out.
Large wooded lot. l mile
northwest of Gaylord. 2
baths, 2 ^ car garage, less
than 5 years old. Jerald
Batterson, Broker. 732-5158.
(6-20-tf-415)
FOR SALE BY OWNER Ranch house. 1 4 acres in
hardwood. Ail eieciric, fuiiy
carpeted, built-ins in kitchen. Living and family
rooms with dual fireplace,
cathedral beamed ceiling. 2
baths, 2 bedrooms, utility
room, 1,700 square feet. 732'J412.
16-20- tf -415)
*X)R SALE BY OWNER:
Spacio»-. 1 bedroom tri-level,
2 car attached garage.
Prices below market value.
Assume 7 percent mortgage.
Easy terms. Call 732-1480.
(6-20-2-415)
A*t
HOUSE FOR SALE BY
OWNER: Three bedroom
home, large country kitchen,
large living room carpeted,
full b a s e m e n t , deck off
sliding glass doors. For more
information call 732-2827.
Large modern year around
3 bedroom home on 100' of
beach
frontage.
Exceptional home. Call 732S305 or write Route 3, Box
559, Gaylord, MI 49735
NEWER RANCH STYLE
HOME
with
sunkenfireplaced - living room
overlooking
a
spacious
backyard.
Sound
interesting'' Read on. Family
room, dining room, 3
bedrooms, kitchen with
indoor barbecue and built-in
range-oven. All this on one
floor. Full basement-gas F-A
iieai. This lovely home is
located on a most desirable
well landscaped N.E city
lot.
Washer,
dryer,
refrigerator, and dishwasher
can be vours too' Price ir. tbs
iow 30's. By owner 732-2176.
Call weekdays after 5 p.m.
(6*tf-415)
LAND
/Oieherson fid. 732-2112
«TM O F J U L Y S P E C I A L I N
J U N E . — 4 BR Jewel Aiibr.ck
2 car garage G a / i o r d school
d.str.ct S39.900
D R E A M I N G ' NO Y O U R NIGT
Beautiful large home on Dixon
L « K C ioeei tor tne temny ana
entertaining This on# must be
•n
Showcase
kitchen.
jove^ocK-^he^ake^^^^^
A D O L L H O U S E J bedroom ]
a r g * picture windows m living
In
I aka
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Gaylord
FOR T H E Y E A R
AROUND
SPORTSMAN A f r , m e chalet
on full basement 3 bedroom,
ail carpeted ' ? block to lake &
near golf course
W O O D E D ANO S E C L U D E D 10
'• • • »
wai
W
«
bedroom
residence
Good
garden spot i a rge You'll o»
pieaseo * surp'.^ed $33,000
GREAT
P O T E N T I A L CAM
with l a " * frontage $7fl.OOo"
Evenki*
LAKE LAND ftEALTV
The Dome
Olrkmsi Ad.
That wouldn't love this 3
bedroom,
with
full
basement on an acre out of
town for 125,900.
Keith Dressel
Realty
Old 27 South
732-1707
C^lord
FANTASTIC VIEW: Red
brick ranch house on hill top.
Brick fireplace, completely
carpeted, 2 4 car garage,
utility house. 5 acres or
more. $43,500. Phone (616)
544-6181.
(6-27-1-415)
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 6
month old tri-level, completely
carpeted,
3
bedrooms, door wall off
dining room, snack bar in
kitchen. Beautiful 15 x 20
family room, 1 4 car garage.
Call 732-9698.
(6-27-1-415)
P Honey for
the fTloney
If value is important to you
let us show you this home
on Second Street with 2 and
noqsihlp 4 bedrooms. 2
story, a honey for $18,900.
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$32,000
O d d Couple
LAKEFR0NT
HOME
Houses for Sale
JI
It's An
(6-20-4-415)
»,..«#!..
k
Tremblay
We are now located in the basement of
The VFW Hall, 408 West Main. Gaylord
PHONE: 732-5130
Keith Dressel
Realty
Old 27 South
/32-i7G7
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 3
baths, living and dining
room, kitchen, family room,
apnroximately 2,000 square
feet plus b a s e m e n t and
heated garage. Near north
end of Otsego Lake. $42,500.
Financing a v a i l a b l e . Call
732-9067
(6-11-4-415)
FAWN LAKE: Year around
home, A-l condition, wooded
lot, natural g a s , spacious
living room, fireplace, 2
bedrooms, basement, douoie
attached garage, carpet and
draperies. Call ial7) 7324282.
(6-27-tMW)
NEW MEDITERRANEAN
BRICK RANCH: Mediterranean fireplace, extra large
rooms, 2 baths, attached
garage, full basement, mud
room, scenic lot. Gerald
Batterson. Broker. 732-5158.
(2-7-tM15)
«
FOR SALE: Two bedroom
house. E a s y walking to
downtown. Corner lot. Additional lot available. Call
732-5020.
(6-11-4-415)
EXECUTIVE
CHALET: 3
bedrooms, full basement, 9
ft. fireplace, living room,
dining room, large kitchen,
family room, game room,
study room, lMi baths, 2%
car garage. BY OWNER.
732-2860
(2-2i-tf-415)
GAYLORD: Home on Dixon
Lake, over 2,000 sq. ft. This
place has it all! $53,900. For
full details, pictures, and
appointment, write owner at
Rt 1, Box 423, Gaylord, MI
49735
(6-27-2-415)
NEW HOMES AVAILABLE
7Vfc percent mortgage
30 yeai t e u u
5 percent to 10 percent down
payment
$24,000 to $35,000
3 or 4 bedrooms
Gerald Batterson, Builder
Call 732-5158
(3-6-tf-415)
FOR SALE: Four bedroom
tri-level home, 2,200 square
feet, 2 4 baths, 2 fireplaces,
carpeted. On one acre
wooded. Call 732-1469.
(5-30-tf-415)
WOLF LAKE - LEWISTON
AREA. Nice retirement
home with 100 feet of the
prettiest frontage on the
lake. Owner moving, must
seU. $24,900. Gerald Batterson, Broker. 732-5158.
(4-ll-if415)
FOC SALE - By Owner: 3bedroom h f ^ e , located on 2
wooded lots. $17,000. For
more information call 7321348.
(5-16-tf-415)
MANUKA
LAKE: 4bedroom, 2-car garage, 140'
sandy b e a c h , fireplace.
$31,900. Gerald Batterson,
Broker. 732-5158.
(3-13-tf-415)
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Income and
Investment Praoer.v
GAYLORD:
Apartment
House.
Completely
remodeled inside and out.
Just sit back & collect the
rent. A-l tennants In center
of town. $49,500. For further
details and pictures write
owner at Rt 1 Box 423,
Gaylord MI 49735.
($47-2-417)
in
today's
classified w a n t ads
"455
Lot* and Acreage
430
Lots and Acreage
L
Real
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Gaylord 7 3 2 - 2 6 4 5
W A N T ADS
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(426
Boats and
Marine Equipment
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M i a i e
5 & l O Peres
Near Gaylord, wooded and
partially wooded $3,995.
Keith Dressel
Realty
O l d 27 South
732-1707
FOR
SALE: 2 4 acre
building site. Beautiful
wooded setting. 8 miles west
of town. Call 732-9429.
(6-11-3-420)
LOTS FOR SALE in Maple
School subdivision. Utilities
are available, blacktop,
electricity, natural gas,
cable TV, phone, city water
and city sewer. Call 732-4229
or 732-2125.
(6-7-tf-420)
LOTS
FOR
SALE:
Beautiful wooded lot 75 x 150.
One block from lake access.
Call 732-2354.
(5-30-tf-420)
ACREAGE: Twenty acres
ten miles east of Gaylord on
county road. Well and septic
already in. Excellent set-up
for mobile home. About 2 3
wooded, completely fenced
for livestock. Land contract.
IMPROVED
LOTS:
WHOLESALE ONLY TO
BUILDERS.
Includes
blacktop, electricity, natural
gas, private phone lines. Call
Gerald Batterson, Broker,
732-5158.
(2-2-tf-420)
FOR SALE: 1970 Richardson
Ardmore mobile home. 12 x
52 with built-in free standing
wood burning fireplace, 2
bedrooms.
romnlptply
carpeted, fully paneled.
Located on lot in beautiful
Nottingham
Forest.
Available July 1. Phone 7329144.
(6-7-4-426)
BECAUSE
YOU'RE
READING THIS AD: You
know the value of Herald
Times
and
Drummer
classifieds. Call 732-5144
today to place your ad.
J
FOR SALE: 1 wooded acre
at Manuka Lake on County
road. Includes dock. Call 7329563.
(6-20-4420)
FOR SALE: 4 acres five
miles northwest of Gaylord.
Land contract.
Gerald
Batterson, Broker. 732-5158.
(6-6-tf-420)
SEVERAL
NICE lOacre
parcels. From $5,500. Land
contract. Gerald Batterson,
Broker. 732-5158.
(6-6-tf-420)
TEN ACRES FOR SALE:
Pigeon River State Forest
JCUUII. 1 U U
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top. 983-4112.
Large, lovely, restricted
permanent and second
mobile homesites for
rent In
Nottingham
Fores*« o r»cw uni"5modern mobile home
(6-20-4-420)
LOT FOR SALE: Crestwood
Manor, desirable residential
lot, underground utilities, in
an area of quality hemes
hardwood trees-galore. Call
732-2176 after 4 pan.
(4-18-tf-420)
FOR SALE: 40 acres on
black top near Gaylord.
Terms available. Gerald
Batterson, Broker. 732-5158.
(12-12-tf-420)
LOT FOR SALE: 100* x 125'
on Jenson near Ohio.
Desirable residential
location. (313) 527-3616.
>_o 1 1 1 1 1 ' « /
only one mile wast of
Gaylord.
iAYLORD MORTGAGE
& REALTY, INC.
124 E. Main
732-5119
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436
Real Estate Wanted
42*
732-5158.
Mobile Homes
(6-8-tf-420)
SUPER 40 ACRES: Small 2
bedroom home, only < years
old, full basement and 2 car
garage. Acreage 4 wooded,
balance open hills. H mile
black tcp road. Land cont r a p * - tK n m
rinwn
t1<K o * r
month at 7 percent. Gerald
Batterson, Broker. 732-5158.
<6-6-tM20)
LQKe nccess
Lots
Otsego Lake access Iocs,
wooded, serene sites off
West Otsego Lake Drive
from $2,750.
Keith Dressel
Realty
O l d 27 South
732-1707
FOR SALE: 1972 Vendale
mobile home 2 tadrooms,
unfurnished except stove
and refrigerator, carpeted
throughout. Will sell on land
contract. Call 732-9855 after 6
p.m.
(6-27-4-426)
FOR
SALE: 2 bedroom
Marlette mobile home. Set
upon large wooded l o t rully
carpeted, porch and patio,
<-l«..
moving
very
reasonable. Phone 732-9744.
ltt-»*426)
M W SALE: Mobile Home
with addition. Total 1,250 sq.
ft on lot in Grayling Mobile
Estates. Includes deck,
g*rage, 3 bedrooms, 1 4
baths, dining and utility
room. Must s e e to appreciate. Must seU. 34*8790.
(•-27+4J8)
(Confd on P. 17^
2
FOR RENT
MOBILE HOME
SITES
SA.9fL9.49m
\JKI aiu
"IC
(429
Mobile Homesites
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WANTED: Small business
with good profit picture and
growth potential. Have
qualified buyer with good
cash down payment. Desires
Northern Michigan area. If
thinking of selling, write or
call collect Russ Kelley,
(517) 828-6379, LaNoble
Realty Business Bro^r*.
1516 F. Michigan Avenue.
Lansing. MI 48912, J5i7) 4821637.
(6-27-1-436)
ffr
THINKING OF SELLI
YOUR
PROPERTY?
can
KOSKK R 1 A L T Y
nr p«rsen*"«•«• »«• e»£S
G-it/ord
JSf
Boats a n d
Marina Equipment
GLASSPAR GJ HULL, 70
h.p. Mercury, cover, trailer,
battel y, 2 tank*, extra prop.
Excellent condition. After 5
p.m , 78b*2970.
(6-MM-&W
Boat
For Sale
15-Foot Run-about
Wood, U-hull
P . J • • : • • { : . I ' i ' i -.[i •
CATEGOfUfcS
90 HP Johnson
Oreat for
Water Shiing
606
Business
Property for Rent
Can Be Seen At:
AIR CONDITIONED: fully
carpeted, luxurious office
building.
Office
suites
available from 600 to 5,000
sq. ft. Will divide to suit
tenant. Directly across from
Ph.(517)732-5455 County Court House and
•ABJVaeMaMaekjaiejMaM^)
Municipal
parking
lot.
Contact Gaylord Mortgage &
Resort and
Realtv. Inc. 732-5119.
Itasca
(6-27-tf-606)
FOR SALE BY OWNER:
FOR LEASE: 8,000 square
Two large lots at Michaywe*.
feet of warehouse space,
Ideally located across from
located near town, has heat
clubhouse and close to golf
and lighting, also loading
course ami tennis courts.
accks are available for use.
Lots Numbers 27 and 28.
Call 732-1717
Phone 732-owv or /3Z-an4.
(6-20-2-606)
(10-4-tf-439)
Otsego Lahe
Marina
Houses for Rent
Hobbies
WANTED: U.S. S t a m p s .
Will trade from my collection. Call 732-4427 after 6
p.m
(5-23-tf-527)
S36
Sports Equipment
in
today's
'
">u8i.iCSAttrv
rX)R SALE: Used Junior
golf dube. Call 732-1100.
(6-27-2-536)
FOR SALE: Johnson 8"
uniglass fly rod, just like
new. $10. Phone 732-4278.
(6-ll-tf-536)
601
Apa» tments for Rent
DUPLEX FOR RENT: New
and ready for occupancy;
approximately August 1.
$175 monthly. Ideal for
working
gals,
school
teachers, retirees, etc. Call
for information (517) 732rm
(6-20-tf-601)
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FOR SALE: 1967 Mercury
station wagon. Good tires,
new brakes, many extras.
Best offer. Call 732-5273.
(6-27-1-701)
FOR SALE: 1966 Ford 2 door
Custom 500. ALSO Canvas
Boat for 2. If interested call
732-4071.
(6-27-1-701)
FOR
SALE: 7 1 Toyota
Corolla 1600. Deluxe interior,
four-speed, radio, new tires
plus 2 new s n o * tires. Low
mileage. 25 m . p . g . Call
Wolverine (616) 525-8428.
(6-27-1-701)
<HP|
r
FOR SALE: 1965 Ford
Mercury. Call 732-2273 after
6:00.
(4-25-tf-701)
station wagon. Like new.
9,'juu m i i e s ,
automatic
rent on Main Street in transmission, AM - FM
Gaylord. One 1-story, 3- radio, steel belted radial
bedroom and one 2-story. 3 tires, belted snow tires inor 4 bedroom. Shown by cluded. Still under warranty.
appointment. Call (313) 644- $2,950. Call 786-2727 before
6187.
4:30 or 786-2001 after 5.
(6-20-2-610)
(5-23-tf-701)
FOR
RENT: 3 bedroom
house in town. For further FOR
SALE: 1968 Chevy
details, contact R. Doumas, Capre four-door. Rons good.
732-5524 or 732-4315.
$400 or best offer. Call after
(6-20-2-610) six, 732-2013.
(MtlTf!)
FOR RENT: Cottages o n '
Otsego Lake with a real nice
beach. Available by month
FOR SALE
or week. Please call 732-1326.
1972 LTD, 4 door hard(6-ll-ti-610)
•„„
\l a^ * i j * A m »
'r
TUN oHLL
1971 Torino
station
wagon, V-8, automatic,
power steering, a very
clean used car.
MOORHEAD'S FORD
Your Downtown
Ford Dealer.
134 S. Otsego
Gaylord
OPX1T. O Knrntxt for
power steering, power
brakes, this vehicle only
has30,000 miles and is in
like new condition.
MOORHEAD'S FORD
Your Downtown
Ford Dealer.
134 S. Otsego
Gaylord
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FOR THE FIFTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD. JULY 1. 1974
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A uiitacav
station wagon, 9 passenger.
Air conditioning, power
windows and seat, new tires.
By owner 732-5023.
(6-27-1-701)
FOR SALE: 1969 Mercury
convertible. Good running
condition. Call after 6 p.m.,
7W-MKW
(6-27-1-701)
13 ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
14 OTM«", ? o « . f , l
FUNDS FOR.THE PURPOSES SHOWN.
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CHARLTON TOWNSHIP
TOWNSHIP TREASURER
OTSEGO COUNTY
G A Y L O R D M I C H . 4»73S
ID) The i m me«ta h m keen > ) > M tm • copy e l
circulation.
1 have record* eocumenOng • * conwwtj o) lee
Twp. Supervisor's Home
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Signed: Willis L- Walker
S^nerui, ol 8 B Executive Off--.'.
Willis L. Walker, Supervisor
S3.130.00
IS TOTALS
Autos for Sale
<*-10-7«)
Neme A T i d e — n a m P T M
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Da*.
The Otsego County Road Commission will receive
sealed proposals in their office at 720 South Otsego
Avenue. Gaylord. Mirhiran until I-IHIPM ?n jwiy «f
1974 for furnishing the following:
One (1) 4 ^ to 5H yard salt spreader (must spread
in front of rear wheels)
One (1) 5 4 foot brush cutter head for a grandall
with a 50 GPM hydraulic pump and control valve
One (1) 50 foot portable conveyor with a single
deck screen
One (1) Two Stage rotary snowplow with not less
than a 150 HP diesel engine
TO TRADE: One (1) 1963 Sicard rotary
snowplow Model No. BM 6029 - County No. 200
One (1) 12 foot underbody scraper
50,000 no. of V x 6" x6'0 scraper blades
Further bidding information and specifications may
be secured from the undersigned at the office of the
Otsego County Road Commission, 720 South Otsego
4"*P
Motorcycles
and Scooters
All proposals must be in sealed envelopes, plainly
marked a s to the equipment being 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 interests of
Otsego County.
OTSEGO COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION
L.L. Bowers
Engineer Manager
6%6
FOR SALE: 250 OSS A, 1,500
miles. Call 732-9158 after six
p.m.
(6-20-2-736)
742
Trucks and Trailers
1918 ALTOCAR TRACTOR:
heavy duty-250 Cummings
engine, 5 speed and a 4 speed
transmission.
Tulsa 45
heavy duty winch and cable
and headache rack with a
pail roller bar-5th wheel.
Ideal for oilfield and lowboy
work.
1968 Mac Sleeper Tandem, 5
speed transmission and 2
speed axle. 250 Cummings
engine-5th wheel. A-l condition.
See these at Schneider Sales,
US 131, Petoskey.
(6-11-3-742)
1973 CHEVROLET Suburban
Cheyanne Super, 27,000
miles, power-steering &
power-brakes,
air conuiiiuiung, AM-riw, n e e s e
Hitch and electric brakes.
Call 348-3231 between 8:00
and 5:30.
(6-27-1-742)
FOR SALE: 1972 Bravo
travel trailzr, 16', sleeps six,
awning, used three times.
Like new. $2,000. Call 7322554
,6-27-1-742)
1 Did! - 732-5144
CM9 an easy> inexD€nsive way
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P i > L I* I lr> I
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C H A R L T O N TOWWSHIP
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s
FOR SALE: 1970 TRIUMPH.
Call 732-5872.
(6-27-2-736)
Autos for Sale
M
s
s
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
mobile home, unfurnished,
all carpeted, on nice lot.
Must have references. Call
732-9855 after 6 p.m.
($.27-4-610)
LOOKING TO RENT: Yeararound, older unfurnished
house in the country. Wood
floors preferred. Not over
$110. Very high references.
Call 732-5700.
(6-ll-tf-644)
"
ANTICIPATING A GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PAY
5 PICBIAtlON
1972 CHARGER RALLY:
Excellent condition. Air
conditioning,
powersteering, power disc, brakes,
power windows, AM-FM
stereo, vinyl top, leather
bucket seats, Rally wheels,
tilt steering, light package
and more. $2,600. Call 7325006.
(6-27-1-701)
Wanted to Rent
*
s
FOR SALE: 1972 Olds
Cutlass " S " Coupe. Excellent condition. V-8, 355,
power
steering,
power
brakes, white vinyl roof over
gold. First 2,4W. See Pam
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 McKenzie at Gaylord State
bedroom cabins, West Ot- Bank.
sego
Lake
access.
(6-27-1-701)
References and security
FOR SALE: 1962 Chevrolet.
deposit. No pets. Call 732Good second car. $130. Call
9068.
732-9785, Gaylord.
(6-27-3-610)
(6-27-1-701)
HOUSE FOR RENT: 2
bedroom on 2 acres. Double
stall garage. Call 983-4380.
Available first week of July.
(6-27-2-610)
FOR SALE: 1972 Chevrolet
Pelaire. Power, air conditioning, no rust. Highest
FOR RENT: Cottage on
bidder. Phone 732-1512.
Otsego Lake by week. Sleeps
(6-20-tf-701)
6, boat. Call 732-5057.
(6-6-4-610) VOLKSWAGON: 1972, 411
FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom
farm home near Gaylord on
FOR RENT: Small partly
pavement. Call after 6 p.m.
lu.aished
apartment.
Gaylord, 732-1189.
Suitable for one or two
(6-27-tf-610)
working girls. No children or
pets.
Security deposit FOR RENT: 3 bedroom
required. Call 732-5605. home, partially furnished.
Available after June 10.
Call 732-9402.
i&-6-tT601)
(6-27-tf-610)
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Qpf RATING
M A I N T E N A N C E <Cl
classif ieo w a n t a a s
Autos for Sale
Houses for Rent
HOUSE FOR R E N T : 3
bedroom home. Call 732-5687.
(6-20-tf-610)
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C A W T A l IBI
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These symbols m a k e it simple
(6-27-tf-601)
APARTMENT
—
NO
children or pets. Security
deposit
required.
Call
Gaylord Mortgage & Realty.
732-5119.
(6-6-tf-601)
.
G e n e ' d R e v e n u e S h a r i n g provides federal !urd& ditecUv t o l o e d and »!«<• g o v e r n m e n t s T h e l a w requires e a c h g o v e r n m e n t t o
p u b l i s h a r e p o r t o l i t s p l a n s lor t h e u s e o l t h e s e l u n d s t o i n f o r m its o i i t e n s a n d t o encovrtgr
ihur pfticptoo"
m deciding h o w
the m o n e y ought t o b e spent Within the purposes listed your government m a y c h a n g e t h a spending plao
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f o r y o u t o f i n d t h e a d or a d s y o u a r e s e e k i n g
1 & 2 BEDROOM luxury
apartments. No children or
pets. Lease & security
deposit
required.
Call
Gaylord Mortgage, Inc., 7325113.
a
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Mobile Homes
GAYLORD
AREA: By
owner, 10 or more rolling
acres, 2 black top roads,
excellent schools and all
seasons activities. Call (517)
732-2979.
(6-27-tf-420)
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Apartments for Rent
,
P L A N N E D USE REPORT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
If anyone sees the bird, or
knows any information about its
whereabouts, they are asked to
call the American
Indian
Museum at 732-4942.
E a t c,t *»
J V.
These symbols make it simple
nuuscs I U I ooic
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HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
t o r y o u TO t i n a t n e aa o r a d s y o u a r e s e e k i n g
«~-
An
BROKEN
REALTOR
I
,nr
I Arat*H
contract terms.
UKING THE FAMILY OUT T O D A Y
HERALD TIMES & DRUMMER
(Cont'd f r o m
A2 bedroom "A'Trame with a multitude
of potential uses. Located on 2 wooded lots.
This home must be seen to be appreciated.
Terms negotiable.
Also assorted Michaywe' Properties
Available.
10 A C R E T R A C T S south of Kalkaska. $5,000 and up.
Your Community
n Gaylord our agents are:
Ski & Shore Properties, 732-2477,
Dressel Realty, 732-1707,
Glasser Real Estate, 732-4774,
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Saturday And Sunday
L A K E F R O N T A G E - Several lake front lots, 90 to 100 feet. $70
per front foot, nicely wooded, all in Otsego County.
-
at the Gaylord Opportunity Center, located behind the middle school, by
Harry Bartiett of the Center. The windows, all broken by rocks, were
smashed between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m. (HT Staff Photo)
A wandering peacock perplexed police in Gaylord
Tuesday.
The American Indian Museum
on S. Wisconsin St. has reported
one missing male peacock to the
Otsego County Animal Control
Officer, Keith Huff. The bird,
liiissiiig since Tuesday afieriiuuii,
is described as about the size of a
turkey and has a long beautiful
tail.
Owners Tom and Judy Gibbons
reported that the bird had
escaped from a fenced in area in
"back of the museum. The bird
w a s on display with other
peacocks and about 30 chickens.
Open House
B E A U T I F U L B I - L F V E L C O T T A G E >r. Ks!Ks:K2 County on
Bear Lake.
Excellent sand beach, 100' frontage deep lot.
Fireplace on each level, $61,000 Terms.
,
Concerned Citizens,
Byrdie Butka
Brian Smith
PatSlivinski
Monica Switalski
Lori Hubbarth
Charles W. House
Julie McCoy
Peacock
missing
A C R E A G E in Gaylord School District. 10.1 acre parcels f r o m
$5,000 and up.
HOUSES! H O U S E S ! HOUSES! We have several available.
C O M M E R C I A L P R O P E R T Y on North Center Street 170*
frontage by 300" deep.
-a
feel something should be done.
We believe that as soon as this
community service station
starts serving the WHOLE
community it will have more
listeners.
Low D o w n Payment
GAYLORD MORTGAGE
& REALTY, I N C .
124 E. M a i n Gaylord
732-5119
320 A C R E S B O R D E R I N G S T A T E L A N D . Includes part Of
mineral rights. Well wooded. Grand Traverse County.
twnlri!r.n
Jvn» 31. 1974
GAYLORD INDUSTRIAL
D E V E L O P M E N T CORPORATION
135 S Otsego
Gayiord, Michigan 49735
T
of Gaylord. Take M-32 West to
M1-74-149
•OOm
7%O MORTGAGES
Phone: 732-5130
Registration has been completed In Compliance
with the Ml Land Sales Act.
tjree main .
one Sanitary Pump Station, l jOO 1 f of 10" and 12"
wate.- m a m , 280 I f of 13" water main m casing pipe.
and 13.100 I f of 12' and 15" perforated C M P storm
drams.
CONTRACT III
11.200 I f Of Asphalt Road in
•tlwilr.v "'inning ano g r a d i n g . 4 each Absorption
Basins, and 400 l f of culvert
mithif**
U - 4 D«"»iop«a
Morris Richardson (Broker)
Our Project Office Is Open Every
Saturday And Sunday. During The
Week We're At 111 No. 3rd. St. In West
Branch. Phone (517) 345-2828.
•EXPERIENCEDLAND MARK - Bar and Restaurant a part of the
Gaylord area for over 25 years — seating over 300
persons. Famous around the country. Home and guest
house included. For more inforamation call Dale J.
Smith.
SERVICE STATION — 2 bay garage complete
operation located on South Old 27. Tremendous
potential Land Contract Terms. Call for appointment.
Located 7% Miles Southwest
mkfo
SI »56
Commercial And
A
Specializing In Acreage
• -'
>aoort a"d iha» ara apa" * , pwtkC acw%r»» at
Sanitary
Landfill
408 West Main Gaylord
H O M E O N N O R T H E N D OF OTSEOO L A K E . 10C frontage
Nice large pines. Complete with furniture.
w
radio station's time. We just
asked the station to play a
song in the dedication of our
friend.
We're part of the community but as you can tell we
arc being neglected. This is
unfair to us teenagers and we
CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
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ESTATES
A N T I C I P A T I N G A G t N I N A l H I V E N u t S H A R i N G »AV
would take too much time and
to put it bluntly they weren't
ready to serve the community
as far as we could see.
It would have meant so
much to this person and it
might have taken three or
maybe four minutes of the
,
Thursday, June 27,1974 ^ S r a i d ^ J l m S s
denied
WILLIAMS REAL ESTATE
•
TOWNSHIP
Radio request
be a community s e r v i c e
station they're in a bit of
exaggeration. We tried to
make a small request three
times for someone moving to
Hawaii and who is very dear
to all of us but our request
could not be filled because it
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n regard to the radio
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lord, Michigan 49735
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1049 W. Main,
Gaylord; Eileen E. Fox, RBox 318, Johannesburg; Bea
C. Huff, Box 683, Gaylord;
Arlene L. Ashley, P.O. Box
164, Lewiston 49756; Donald L.
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Gaylord.
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Legal Notices
LEGAL
i
IA I t
Uf"
«ILMIl»AN
IN T H E C I R C U I T COURT FOR
T H E C O U N T Y OF OTSEGO
LEW A
plaintiff
It is further ordered tia* a
copy of this O R D E R FOR A P
P E A R A N C E be pubiisheo in a
newspaper of general circulation
in the County of Otsego and State
of Michigan, once each week for
the next four consecutive weeks
KIDDER.
Dated
M a y 22. 1974
vs
W I L L I A M
B O O T H .
ELIZABETH
DALY.
aka
E L I Z A B E T H D A I L E Y . BER
THA
E
DEAN.
MINNIE
PICKTHALL,
HERMAN
SPANI
ERNEST
SPANI.
DANIEL
MONROE,
HARRY
MONROE. LILLIAN HILLER.
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legatees.
assignees,
and
devisees,
Defendants
O R D E R FOR A P P E A R A N C E
F I L E NO 74 002048 CH
At a session oi said Court held
.n the City ot Gaylord. on the
?>nd day ot M a y . 1974.
Present, the Honoraole Daniel
F Walsh. Circuit Judge
To the Defendants m the
above entitled action
Please take notice that a
C O M P L A I N T has baan filed with
this Court by the Plaintiff m the
above entitled action to quiet
title m the Plaintiff to the
following described property
East half ( E ' J ) of the East half
( E ' s ) of the Southwest quarter
( S W ' * l of tha Southeast quarter
f S d a ) , Section «. Townsh-p »
North. Aanoa I West, Chariton
Township.
Otsego
County
Michiqan
You are hereby ordered to
appear before this Court within
tO days from the dah. of this
order, and there to answer or to
fake such other action as yOM
might
deem
necessary
M
response to the C O M P L A I N T in
the above entitled action If you
fa>i to so appear, a default m a y
be entered by the Plaintiff in tha
above entitled action
Daniel F . W a l s h .
Circuit Judge
(6-0-4)
LEGAL
STATE OF M I C H I G A N ,
• ne r r o o a r e court for the
County of Otsego in the Matter
of Rod-."" K i m Duczkowski. File
No 4550
NOTICE OF HEARING
Take Notice On July 8.1974, a*
10 A M . in the Probate Courtroom,
Gayiord,
Michigan,
before Hon. Boyd C
Baird.
Judge of Probate, a hearing will
be held
On the attached Petition
On tt>* n a m * rhange O* DiM»»"«
Kim Duczkowsk to Roland K i m
Summers All those interested
their m art to file thatr ap
ptaranct with the Probate Court
or appear and state their ob
lections to the proposed name
chanoe On the date of h»erino.
an order
will
be entered
changing the name of Petitioner
Dated
June. t*74
Roland K i m Ductkowsfci
Petitioner
Box 457, Rt 1
Gaylord, M l 4*735
• ttorney tor Petit ionar
Timothy L Hats
Dreyer 1 Breeuninger
P O Box *o9
Gaylord. M l 4*735
Phone (517) 7 3 J » 1 2
(8 27 1)
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Thursday, June 27,1974
The People Speak
Musical campers
Urges ecology action
To the Editor
Otsego Co. Herald Tinvs
Gaylord, Michigan
T A R G E T P R A C T I C E — The G a y l o r d band
shell is a p p a r e n t l y being used by youngsters
for t a r g e t practice. The outside siding has
been r i p p e d off in many places. The G a y l o r d
Alpenfest C o m m i t t e e w i i i t r y to r e p a i r the
band shell so t h a t it m a y be used for the
ecumenical service d u r i n g the Alpenfest. (HT
Staff Photo)
Historic Gaylord band shell
under attack by c i t y vandals
BY LAURA GLASSER
HT Special Writer
The Gaylord band shell,
built in 1937 by the Gaylord
City Band and part of Gaylord
history, is slowly being
destroyed by vandals.
The Gaylord City Band, an
independent
musical
organization, was the biggest
"••time of Caylcrd Icr.g ago.
Concerts were held every
Sunday on the courthouse
lawn and were considered an
iiupuriam part ot the town's
activities.
Now the band shell, which
has been moved from its place
on the courthouse lawn to a
plot of ground near the
Community
Recreation
Center, is being torn apart by
vandals. Beaman Simmons,
chairman of the Parks and
Recreation
Commission,
recently ordered the shutters
to be put uack on ihe sheu to
keep the vandals from doing
further damage.
But the damage has been
done. The interior is now in
need of much repair and the
outside siding has been ripped
off in places. Paint is peeling
off in many places.
Now, because of citizen
pleas to repair the shell,
people are starting to take an
interest. Jack Rose, president
of the Gaylord Alpenfest
Committee said, "two months
ago, at an Alpenfest Committpp
mpotjnn
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77«£
suggested that we paint the
band shell and use it for the
s*1UJQ£nic&l service sgsin this
vear " Ttn» pcumenicH! service, held in the band shell,
traditionally starts off the
Alpenfest festivities.
The Alpenfest Committee
then asked the Gaylord Area
Javcees if they were interested in handling the paint
brushes. Said president John
DeGroot, "We indicated we'd
be interested in fixing up the
band shell, but due to vandalism and the age of the
structure we feel that it is out
of our hands.
"We don't have the people
and the equipment needed to
fix the band shell. It looks like
it needs to be rebuilt by skilled
carpenters. Once it is
repaired, the Jaycees are still
interested in painting,"
DeGroot said.
Rose also commented, "If it
was a presentable structure, it
would be a site of a lot more
Wariuci wtaiiier activities
than in the past." Rose said
that the Alpenfest Board is
stiii uiterestcu in rcfuruishuig
the bairn ;>iieii before the
Alpenfest, if possible.
When asked what the
committee would do if the
band shell was not ready for
use in time for the Alpenfest,
Rose stated "somebody
suggested at an Alpenfest
Committee meeting that we
hold it (the ecumenical service) on the northwest corner
of the Methodist Church lawn.
That way. if the weather is
bad, we can move inside the
church building easily."
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Dear Sir:
This is a letter to the people
of Gaylord:
We
have
been
environmental activists for
some time now. We have
joined eco-clubs in every place
we've stayed. This town had
no such group so after a long
time, we started one. It's
small but active; we hope
Gaylordites will strongly
support and actively help us
out ecologically.
Here are some good ecohints:
Place a brick in the tank of
toilet; it will save water.
Never buy throwaways (too
much litter).
Grow a garden at home for
safe foods.
When shopping take your
own bags.
Stop impulse buying (buy
only vrhst you need).
Use
little
electricity
(especially between &-7 p.m.)
Buy, sell, trade used items.
Start a recycling center in
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followed a schedule of intensive training in both vocal
and instrumental music,
recreational periods, mixers,
concerts, workshops and
student recitals. They were
housed and had their meals in
University dormitories.
Special musical events
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More than 175 high school
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are completing the Central
Michigan University High
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Attending the camp from
Gaylord are Candy Heska,
Kathy Quaal and Denise
Rudman. During their two
week stay (June 16-29),
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V A N D A L I Z E D — The Gaylord band shell, once the
stage of the G a y l o r d City Band, is in need of r e p a i r s
because of recent v a n d a l i s m . The shutters were
r e c e n t l / put back on to keep the vandals f r o m
tearing the inside apart. ( H T Staff Photo)
town.
Watch what you eat (too
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Have your pets altered to
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overpopulation - why not put
yourself on the list with your
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