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1971-08-11 Wed
COUItTY C!.E?.K
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WATER runs off Guggisberg's new canopy
during fire Sunday morning. Firemen were
af fhe scene several hours (HT photo by
Jay Soderberg)
FIREMEN shoot hundreds of gallons of
water on fire in downtown Gaylord Sunday
morning. The three stores that received the
most damage
Guggisberg's, Audrain
Hardware and Swiss Aire Shoe Mart were
the three stores that lost their Alpine
canopies last winter. The snow covered
canopies came crashing to the ground under
the weight of snow. Guggisberg's replaced
its canopy just last week. (HT photo by Jay
Soderberg)
CO-P.
49733
READY FOR BATTLE are these firemen
as one puts on the gas mask in preparation
for entering Guggisberg's where the fire
began. (HT photo by Jay Soderberg)
Downtown Fire Damage Exceeds $100,000
By JAY SODERBERG
HT Staff Writer
Damage was estimated at more than
$100,000 in a fire Sunday morning that
started in Guggisberg's Clothing Store
on the north side of We~t Main Street in
downtown Gaylord.
The Otsego County Fire Dept and
Vanderbilt Fire Dept. were called to the
blaze at 9 a.m. as hundreds looked on.
Guggisberg's, a men's clothing store
owned by Ken Fisher, was heavily
damaged by tire, smoke and water, i ne
Audrain Hardware, located to the west
of Guggisberg's, had some fire damage
in the rear of the store along with
smoke and water damage throughout.
Swiss Aire Shoe Mart, immediately
east of Guggisberg's, received considerable smoke damage, according to
a spokesman for the fire department.
Smoke also reached Nelson's Drug
Store. Ford Hardware, Kunisch Clothing and The Yodeler, but the extent of
damage, if any, was not immediately
determined.
The fire was being investigated by
the fire department, state fire marshal's office and Gaylord Police Dept.
Firemen reported that a t the rear of
Guggisberg's on or near a desk. A TV
set sitting on the desk was sent to a
state laboratory to determine whether
it caused the fire.
The owners of the damaged stores
have insurance protection, but whether
it was adequate to cover the loss has
vet to be determined.
There was dynamite and ammunition
stored at Audrain's, but the fire didn't
reach them. The dynamite was not
capped.
Tor a moment, it appeared that both
Audrain Hardware and the shoe mart
would alsc go up in smoke but the hardworking firemen from Gaylord, along
with a crew from Vanderbilt. were
credited with a magnificent job in
controlling the fire.
When it appeared that the fire might
spread farther down the block, important records in the shoe mart were
removed, and a large group of volunteers helped Roy Fitzek remove
valuable drugs and important records
from the drug store. Jerry Fox,
owner of the Ford Hardware, was also
removing important files from his
store.
Lionel Hayes and a group of about 15
volunteers removed the complete stock
of clothing and other ski items from the
Yodeler Shop into awaiting cars and
pick-up trucks. Lem Noirot was also on
the scene ready to remove items from
Glen Electric in case the fire started to
spread to his store.
The fire was discovered by Anna
Karamel who raised her upstairs
window over Nelson's Drug Store to be
greeted with a fareful of smoke She
quickly called Fitzek, who in turn
notified the fire department. She
grabbed her purse and fled the building
as did Paul Halvorson and Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis O'Rourke, who were in adjoining apartments Halvorson, owner
of Swiss Aire told the HT that his dog
started to bark, and he awoke to find
smoke seeping through the walls of his
apartment.
The upstairs apartments over the
shoe mart weren't touched by fire but
damaged by smoke. Nelson's Drug
Store also was quickly filled up with
smoke, but several fans, plus a perfumed deodorant, *atm*ated the smoke- •
and blew it out the open doors.
Kumsch's and the Yodeler Shop down
the street had minimal smoke damage,
but it was removed by the use of fans.
The Ford Hardware also had some
smoke, but Jerry Fox told the HT, "I
used several fans plus some perfumed
spray in attempt to save my stock, and
it seemed to work."
Bob Audrain and Fox had nothing but
praise for the fire department for their
County DPW Created
The Otsego County Board of Commissioners had adopted a resolution
that establishes a Department of Public
Works (DPW) for the county. The new
department will be aiuniniaieied by a
Board of Public Works. Provisions for
establishing this department are set
forth by law in Act 185, Public Acts of
Michigan. 1957. as amended
Appointed to the new board of Public
Works were Darrtll Fleming, 1 year;
I -ewis A. Perry, 2 years; Donald Butcher, 2 years; Alton McNett, 3 years:
Douglas E. Foeller, 3 years.
Through adoption of the resolution,
there is "authorized to be established a
system or systems of water supply,
sewage disposal, refuse disposal or lake
improvements, services and facilities
within or between cities, villages,
townships, and the county, or any duly
authorized and established combinations thereof, within or without the
county, and mains, trunks, connecting
lines and disposal facilities therefor, or
any extensions or improvements."
The department will also be authorized to locate, acquire, purchase,
construct, own, maintain and operate
water mains and trunks and connecting
lines, water pumping and purification
plants, sewers, sewage interceptors,
sewage disposal plants, settling basins,
screens and meters, and incinerators
and disposal grounds and facilities,
lake level control facilities as shall be
described in maps, plans and
specifications and be approved by the
board of commissioners of the county.
Upon preliminary approval of the
Board of Commissioners, the DPW will
be authorized to enter into and execute
the necessary contracts with such units
of government for the acquisition,
construction, operation and financing
of a public improvement project.
Any
such
public
improvement
project Any such public improvement
project proposed by the DPW would be
submitted to the Board of Commissioners and would describe in
general terms the proposed project,
estimated cost, and the units of
government (Cities, townships,
villages, countyi that would benefit
from the project.
The DPW would also submit to the
board of commissioners any ordinanceor resolution deemed neceaaary to
provide for the financing of a project by
the issuance of bonds or notes. The
Board of Commissioners has to approve
the resolution or ordinance before any
bonds or notes can be issued or sold.
The DPW will also be authorized to
engage consultants, assistants, attorneys and employes. Their salaries
will be fixed by agreements or contracts with the DPW and paid either out
of any funds appropriated for a particular specified public improvement
project as authorized or out of funds
and revenues to be obtained for its
construction,
maintenance
and
operation.
All records of the Department of
Public Works will be kept and ac-
counted for separately from all other
matters. The DPW will also make an
annual report to the Board of Commissioners.
The board of commissioners felt it
was necessary and advisable for the
benefit of county residents and the
various municipal units of government
in the county to establish this new
department.
By establishing this department, it
will enable the county to meet present
and future needs for water, Fewer and
refuse disposal facilities ana lake
improvements, to be acquired, constructed and financed between and
within the various municipal units of
government in the county.
fine work. Fox said, "I can't express
enough gratitude to the fire department They did a tremendous job."
Audrain also spoke highly of them
saying, 'We sure have to give the
department lots of credit for saving my
store and the whole block as well."
Others were also quick to praise the
fine work of the department. Mrs.
Ijonel Hayes told the HT, "They sure
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
did a fast job of containing the fire. The
people were just wonderful, out of
nowhere more than a dozen persons
helDed us clear out our entire stock,
saving it from possible smoke
damage."
More than 25 persons responded to
the fire alarm, and the whole department was dispatched to the site of the
fire. Hundreds of volunteers, including
I I . 1971 GAYLORD. MICHIGAN 49735 ^ ^ k
TWO SECTIONS
local citizens as well as tourists, helped
clear the adjacent buildings of important records
Two firemen were hospitalized
briefly as the result of the fire. Terry
Carpenter suffered a cut on the eye, and
Ron Wilbur had cuts and abrasions
from flying glass, but both returned to
the scene after receiving medical attention.
VOL W NUMBER 36 IS CENTS IB PAGES
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Baird Cites Werts, Pray
For Contempt of Court
Dismissed After Court Employe's Paycheck Is Issued
Otsego County Clerk Ted Werts and
County Treasurer Robert Pray were
cited into court by Probate Judge Boyd
Baird last Friday for failure to issue a
pay check to a court employe.
However, Judge Baird dismissed the
contempt of court charges Friday after
the check was issued.
According to court record. Judge
Baird on July 23, issued Voucher No.
308 directing the county through its
officer?, V. Hallcnius, payroll clerk;
Pray and Werts to issue a check for
t.Tn to Rarhara Inhnv/in in Compensation for her services as probation
officer during July.
The court record stated that the three
failed, neglected and refused to
comply with the order."
They were ordered to appear in court
at 2 p.m. Friday "to show cause, if any,
why they should not be committed for
contempt of court and disobedience of
said order."
The record stated that the contempt
citation was served on the three
Wednesday mornings.
Werts said he was only following
policy set by the board of commissioners. That policy, which stated
that all part-time county employes
shall be paid $2.25 an hour, was in effect
until Tuesday, Aug. 3. On that date, the
commissioners authorized the probate
court to hire a part-tune probation
officer for $4,000 a year.
On July 23, Werts issued Barbara
Johnson a check based on the commissioners' current policy, the clerk
told the Herald Times. I went to the
fair Wednesday morning (Aug. 4), and
they served the papers on me there "
Werts said he returned to his office
Wednesday afternoon and issued
another check, based on the $4,000
annual salary.
With reference to serving the contempt citation Wednesday, the court
record stated:
"Mr. Pray was served first. Robert
Dowker (deputy sheriff | was asked to
wait a few minutes and bring the check
back if one was issued. Mr. Pray said
he was waiting for the clerk's office to
make a move first before he could issue
a check. Paper was served on V.
Hallemus. She said nothing. Paper was
served on Theodore Werts at the
fairgrounds. He said he had planned to
go back to the office, but now he had
changed his mind."
Because the check had not been
issued as of 9 a.m. Wednesday, Judge
Baird ordered them into court Friday
afternoon, read liie elmrge, noted that
the check had been issued and
dismissed the case, Werts said
Walker
Takes CMU
Position
Glen Electric & Furniture -- 1946
Glen Electric & Furniture -- 1971
Glen Electric & Furniture
Marks 25 Years in Business
Glen Electric 4 Furniture marks its
silver anniversary this week-25 years
in business in downtown Gaylord.
Twenty-five years ago Glen E. Noirot
started the business on West Maui
Street at the present location of the
Gaylord State Bank That marked the
beginning of one of the fastest growing
businesses in the Gaylord area
From milk coolers. 78 RPM records
and washing machines with gasoline
driven motors to complex stereo sets
and television. Glen Electric has grown
with the times
In observance of the 25 years in
business. I .em Noirot announced this
week a big sale on merchandise
dU-n Noirot. now retired, was employed with the Otsego County Road
Commission 29 years and served as
road superintendent for several years
He and his wife reside at 201 E Main
St . Gaylord
4 LOCATIONS
As the business grew, the firm
changed business locations It was at
the bank location from 1946-49. the
present location of Glasser Drug Store
from 1950-56 the present location of the
A4P store from 1957-65. and its present
INK Mam Street location since then. In
that time. Glen Electric & Furniture's
showroom display area has been increased to a capacity 10 tunes larger
than it was in 1946
When they first started in business.
they borrowed a trailer to make
deliveries Today, the firm has a fleet of
five trucks
<C«rt. M P. 2)
William C. Walker, former Gaylord
school superintendent who was appointed principal of the middle school in
June, has resigned to accept a position
with Central Michigan University.
Walker's resignation is effective Aug
20
Walker has been appointed student
teacher coordinator foi he university,
and he will work at the student teaching
renter in I Aldington The center serves
:.':. S*idii^i«., Manistee and ScottviUe
areas The Walker family will continue
living in Gaylord
Walker h»« been with the Gaylord
school system since 1965 He was high
school principal two years before being
appointed superintendent
Supt. Thomas Gill said his office has
contacted the placement bureau in an
effort to find a successor to Walker
Nairn- Ml not coming in very
rapidly. Gill said We don't expect an
abundance of applicants."
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W « r a i d TimCS
Wednesday, August I I , 1971
Glen Electric Celebrates 25th
(font, from P. 1)
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(Hen Electric has a staff today of 14
persons whose combined years of
service with the business total an impressive 119 years. Lem Noirot, son of
Glen and the owner of the business now,
said he takes pride in th*1 fact that 90
percent of his employes are
homeowners in the Gaylord area.
"Having a complete furniture store
was an early dream,'" I-em recalled.
"We started out with appliances and
records and were involved in electronics.
"We added small appliances and
carpeting later and eventually furniture after we bought the Gocha
Furniture Store from John Gocha.
$25 BALLPOINTS
• We used to take on a lot of odd items
in our early days," Iiem said. "Like
ballpoint pens when they first came
out." They used to sell for $25 apiece
because they were a novelty item.
A customer didn't » -Ik into the store
back then and walk out with any item
he wanted. "We had a big waiting list,
and we took what we could get from the
warehouse," said Lem. "We used to
make buying trips to Grand Rapids and
Saginaw with a truck and trailer to get
merchandise."
Glen Electric was a pioneer in
television in the Gaylord area. Lem
remembered well that he and Milton
Evans were the first two to have TV
sets in the area.
Putting up a TV antenna was a real
project, according to '.em.
-Milton and I used 10 phone each
other whenever we were having a good
night with our I V sets. You could
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Anniversary
always find a kid's nose to our window
whenever the TV was on, and we had a
lot of company in those days. On a good
night, we could pull <• tat ions from
I«msing, Milwaukee and Chicago."
When Glen Electric started selling
television sets, a demonstration was set
up with antenna and all. They would put
tne demo i v in a stauonwagon ana go
right to the customers' homes.
Lem joined the business in March,
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1947. but went to school the next fall. He
was employed by RCA for three years
before joining his father's business in
1951.
Glen Electric purchased the Walker
Furniture Co. 5 4 years ago and moved
to its present location.
The Glen Electric building housed the
A
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We're Celebrating Our
Silver Anniversary!
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number of years ago. The building was
built in 1915.
AUGUST 11th through the 21st, 1971
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STOREWIDE SAVINGS FOR YOU!!
basic training
ouston, Texas.
ONG ASSOCIATION - Lem Noirot, General Manager, and Harry
rews. Sales Manager, have enjoyed serving the household needs
ay lord area residents during the past 25 years, and are eagerly
ing forward to the next twenty-five.
STEARNS & FOSTER MATTRESSES
Countess
Hotel Bilt
ece Suites
$369.95
Regular $249.95
SALE P R I C E _ ' 2 1 8
WOOD DINING ROOM SETS
Harry Andrews, now part
owner of Glen Electric &
Furniture, leads the firm's
staff in terms of length of
service. He has been employed there 22 of ihe 25 years.
Bob and Jack Noirot, sons of
I>ern Noirot, owner, are also
associated with the business.
Bob has been with the
business eight years (four on a
full tune basis), and Jack has
worked on a part-Lime basis.
Bob was a school teacher two
f
S T A F F of Glen E l e c t r i c & F u r n i t u r e takes t i m e out f r o m a busy day to get
picture taken on t h e 25th a n n i v e r s a r y of the business. ( H T photo by
Charles T a y l o r )
years before joining the
business. Jack, a senior at
Ferris State College in
business education, will join
the firm after his graduation
early next year.
BASSETT - 5 piece - Pecan Finish
$239.95
el
Reg. $319.95
SALE_'258
BASSETT - 7 piece - white (French)
$442.40
r
Reg. $289.95
SALE_$248
BASSETT - 7 piece - Spanish
$415.00
r
Reg. $359.95
SALE_$298
fa Bed Outfit. Reg. $259.90
SALE_$188
Regular
SALE
GARRISON - Spanish Oak
$289.95 .
BASSETT - French White
$442.40 _
GARRISON - Modern Walnut
BASSETT - Contemporary Walnut.
AND OTHERS
$199.95 $249.95 _
'238
'338
'158
'198
Regular
SALE
BASSETT - 5 piece - Pecan Finish
$
Mrs. Grace Dresback,
bookkeeper, 18; George
Davis, appliance servicemen,
14; Bob Stutesman, TV repair,
8; Ernie Sczymanski, sales, 5;
Joseph
Nowak,
carpet
Other employes and years of
3NENT STEREO
department, 4; Chet Kosiara,
carpet, 2; Alan Shaver,
delivery, 4; Alan Elliott,
delivery and service, 1;
Sharon Wagmeyer, office, 1;
Paul Koronka, delivery, 1, and
John Knach, TV service
technician, 2 months.
Regular
(With Porta-Fi)
_'88
$129.95 _
5 door .
• 6 door
- 8 door.
SALE
J118
_ $ 88
$164.95 _
$109.95$139.95
Regular
C O M P L E T E F A C E L I F T I N G of the Glen E l e c t r i c & F u r n i t u r e on West
M a m Street in d o w n t o w n G a y l o r d changed the storefront f r o m this to the
a t t r a c t i v e A l p i n e f r o n t s e e n in photo on Page 1.
John is the firm's newest employe, serving as the television service technician. He
joined the business in June. John served in
the Navy four years
He was employed by the Concord Electronics Corp. and RCA in Avenel. N.J..
before coming to Gaylord. He attended
school in Detroit He and his wife Betty have
one son. John Emerson. Jr.. 7 months
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JOHN KNACH
Based on the following information we feel it is inconceivable that the City
Council would even seriously
consider this project.
In considering annexation of
this particular site it should be
pointed out that it is over 1 2
mile from the nearest city
property, it seems that the
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city would have one of two
choices if they were to attempt
to annex the property. 1) To
annex all the property in
between which would involve
many home and business
owners some of which we
know are opposed to annexation. 2) To annex only a
narrow strip of land merely to
reach the proposed project
site so it would be adjoining
City property. We can't
believe the City Council would
even entertain the latter
approach.
We
understand
that
Livingston Township normally co-operates with the
city on annexation of township
property adjoining the city
where it is the desire of the
property owners to be annexed and also where
property is annexed in an
orderly fashion. If a narrow
strip of property was acquired
merely to reach the proposed
siii*. it would appear to us to be
anything but orderly.
It is not difficult to see why
the developer is interested in
annexing to the city. The city
lot size restrictions are considerably less than the
Counties. We have seen
preliminary proposed platts
showing a large percentage of
the lots 80' wide whereby the
County requires a minimum of
100' width. It seems the City
sewer system would also
certainly be an advantage to
the developer.
When we speak of tax base,
as far as the city's interest is
concerned, it would seem on a
long range program it would
be to the city's advantage to
allow the area to grow under
the more restrictive county lot
size
requirements
and
possibly some day in the
future it would have a sizeable
residential area it could then
consider annexing
As pointed out above it is
quite simple to see the advantages for the developer in
annexing to the City but we
fail to see any advantage, for
the city Unless they hope to
increase their tax base
However, when you compare
the fax base of a mobile home
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to the tax base of a conventional home sitting on this
same property it seems this
alone would be quite a
sacrifice let alone the loss of
future taxation on surrounding property.
Another point to keep in
mind is that the developer,
who, of course is pressing for
approval of this project does
not live in this area and if long
ranpe nrnhlpms aro created
we are the people who will
have to live with them. With
the size of the project and the
proximity to the city, it is not
difficult to figure out that
other problems could very
well develop. It seems like an
awful risk to take for possibly
very little, or nothing in
return.
As a citizen of Gaylord we
believe you might ask yourself
these questions
1. Will our present sewage
system handle this additional
burden, in addition to the new
Airport Industrial
Park
Development already committed?
2. Will this development, on
our doorstep, be to the general
welfare of the community and
t
615 ACRES - PRIME D E V E I J U P M E N T PROPERTY.
Close to Ski & Recreational Areas. $216,500.
Excellent Terms.
80 ACRES. Sec 23. Kearney Twp $17,600
with one-half down
BEN SCHENCK & ASSOCIATES
Man- elona
i 6161
587-9102
$119.95.
$189.95 _
$ 49.95 _
g Chairs
$ 89.95 _
$139.95 _
LA-Z-B0Y CHAIRS
Five Piece
$205.00 .
Five Piece
$158.00.
Starting At
$
— — — " S " — — — — —
Rockers - with pad set
Rockers
Rockers
Rockers
Rockers
,
Regular
'98
'178
'148
. '118
BA1W
SALE
'35
EARLY AMERICAN DINING ROOM
Anniversary Savings - CHINA CABINETS
HUTCHES - CHAIRS - ACCESSORIES
CARPET
ALL
Nylon Foam
Rubber Backing
ADVERSARY SALE PRICED
178
$099
fc
Per Y d
Many Other Savings In Stock Now
LIVING ROOM
Ml
GAYLORD
Gaylord, M;.
40 ACRES with over 1,000 ft. on SPRINGFED LAKE. Only $46,500 terms.
. $125.00 _
and others
i Names withheld on
Request |
1150 ft. frontage on CHAIN OF LAKES Terms
Available. $39,000
m
$ 69.95 _
_
$229.95 .
$ 89.95
'78
$119.95
'98
$ 99.95
'88
$159.95 — ' 1 3 8
Maple Sofa _ _ _ _ ^ ^ ^ _ _ _ _
$269.95
'238
Kroehler Chair
$149.95
'118
Kroehler Sofa
$349.95
'248
1 each Fox Maple Settee
$189.95—'168
I each Fox Maple Settee (Early Amer.)
$279.95
'248
I each Fox Maple Settee (Early A m e r . ) _ $229.95
'198
1 each Fox Karly American Love Seat
$179.95—'158
AND MORE
SALE
$ 99.95 _
REGULAR
r Living Room Sofa
$239.95
r Living Room Sofa — $259 95
•I Sofa
$460.00
«259.95
$519.90
r 2 pc. Suite
$359.95
•I Sofa
$439.95
•I Sofa
$329.95
rSofa
_
_
_
_
Reg. $169.95.'128
.'198
.'198
.'378
Reg. $139.95. ' 1 0 8
KCA-25" C o l o r . Reg. $579.95. ' 4 9 8
_'218
'348
'318
'388
RCA - IK"
SALE
Reg $18995
RCA (ias or Electric Dryer
'288
GE WASHER.Reg. - $259.95_SALE
> EASY TERMS
> FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE
'218
RCA - 16" Color _ S A L E
Rfg. $379.95
'328
'158
GE DRYER — Keg $219.95 _ S A L E
GE-11.8 cu. ft. Refrigerator. Keg S229 95.SALE
178
'158
Delmonico 10 cu. ft. Befrigerator.
- '188
GE - O J cu. ft. Refrig.Reg
$329 95-*298
A.M> PJHEfiS
ELECTRIC &
FURNITURE
Phone 732-5622
FAMOUS BRAND NAMES
CARPET INSTALLATION
BY OUR OWN EXPERTS
FOUR FLOORS OF COMPLETE
HOME FURNISHINGS, T . V . ,
& APPLIANCES
I LOTS OF PARKING
IN THE REAR
126 W. MAIN STREET
M
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APPLIANCE SPECIALS
>A COMPLETE SERVICE DEPT.
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SALE
SALE
)REWIDE ANNIVERSARY PRICES!!
65 ACRES on DEER CREEK ROAD - $58,000.
East Jordan
• 61ft l
5JO-7641
$ 64.50 _
Locker
$198.00 .
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Maple
Maple
Maple
Maple
Maple
_'38
.'48
.'58
-75
.'85
_*58
.'98
.'35
_$65
.'88
2118
$ 89.95 _
the surrounding area, or will it
create new problems''
3. Would the limited tax
base addition cover costs of
possible additional sewage
expense and additional
educational expenses? An
additional 1.500 students
would certainly seem conceivable ba.M'd on 600 mobile
homes.
Because we are considering
^ uniliiii t K "t will ""—* BM
type of growth in the entire
Five I,akes Area we could
very well be making a
decision that would affect this
community for generations to
come. We have tried to inform
you as well as possible but of
course it is up to you as a
resident of Gaylord to check
further into this. We hope you
take this responsibility. A
good place to begin might be
contacting your City Councilman.
Sincerely,
Five I -ikes Property
Owners Assoc.
Rt. 4, Box 416
ATTENTION DEVELOPERS
Eastport
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Five Piece
Five Piece Drop Leaf
From Our EARLY AMERICA SHOP .,
418
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Concerned About 'Gaylord West'
We feel we are very fortunate to have the beautiful,
We are writing this letter as unspoiled, property that lies
Livingston
T o w n s h i p immediately northwest of
residents regarding our Gaylord encompassing the
concern over the proposed complete Five Lakes area.
"Gaylord West" project as There are thousands of acres
advertised weekly in the of prime residential property
Shake Shingle. We understand that could very well produce
that the City Council is some of the finest homes and
presently considering the developments in the Gaylord
annexation of the proposed area in the very near future.
project As a result it was fplf We feel this, however, will not
that as a Gaylord resident you come to pass if a project such
would like to be further in- as this proposed mobile home
formed as to more details project is allowed to locate in
the critical area it has chosen.
surrounding the project.
It is a location that we feel
First we would like to would affect a major portion
mention the response we had of this Five Lakes property
to a letter, written by one of mentioned above. We feel
our township residents, to very strongly that it would not
fellow residents, requesting only atfect the value of all the
their opinion on the approval surrounding property but
of the project and also on would also adversely affect
annexation to the city. We the quality of
further
have had over 100 replies, all residential development in the
of which have indicated they area. With the property we
were against the approval of have avaiiabie to choose from
the project and also against in this County it would seem
the annexation of this this would be a major error in
property to the city. We had no judgement to ruin this
replies in favor of the project beautiful prime residential
or annexation. It is felt these property on the very outskirts
results are very significant as of the city limits.
to the general feeling in the
township.
There is no question in our
As a result of the ad- mind that this type of housing
vertising of this project you does serve a useful purpose
have probably assumed, as we and is necessary but we must
had. that this project has been be very careful as to where we
approved and is now in the allow these type of projects to
process of being sold to the locate so as to minimize the
effect on the surrounding
public. This is not true
property, including the city
If the project were annexed itself.
to the city, then the approval
When this area is developed,
of the project would of course
be by the City Council. If not. we would like to see
developments
such
as
then the township and county I j vingston Estates and Chalet
boards would approve or Hills, subdivisions thai are
disapprove same. We know assets to the area and the
there has been no formal community. We would like to
request to the township or point out that Livingston
county boards for approval
Estates subdivision I and II
The company representative total only 50 lots and Chalet
did appear at a County Zoning Hills subdivisions I and II total
Commission meeting, Wed- only 41 lots Compare these
nesday Aug. 4th, and in- figures to 600 and it gives you
dicated they were seeking some concept a s to the
approval by the city.
enormous size of this project.
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PAGE FOUR
Wednesday. August 11, 1971
J}« raid'pat* •
Takes
Word of
Carlyle
S&tterA to *£lte
Dear Editor:
The Otsego County Library
may seem a 'luxury item" to
County Commissioner Alton
McNett. but great writer from
the last century. Thomas
Carlyle. declared that 'the
true university of these days is
a Collection of Books"
I am inclined to accept Mr.
Carlyle's opinion over that of
Mr. McNett.
It is to be hoped that the
County Commissioners and
the City Council will find it
pojoible to keep our Library
doors open.
James D Gamble
Sew Leaves Together
Tailor ants make nests of
leaves
bound
together.
Worker ants draw the toliage
together for sewing by lining
the edge of one leaf and
gripping an adjoining one with
their manibles. Then other
workers rush forward, each
with an ant larva in its jaws
dnd these grubs exude threads
of sticky silk that bind the
leaves together.
O T S E G O
1
July 28. 1971. is a marked
day for women in Michigan.
On that day. Governor
Milliken signed a bill which
cquld completely change
women's outlook. The bill
stated that for equal work
there should be equal pay
regardless of sex
The first problem women
are going to meet is being able
to have the "equal work"
opportunity But they are
going to have to fight for it. If
the job doesn't require the
pnysicai structure of a man.
COWM'
Gaylord. Mich 49735
J A M E S L GRISSO General M a n a g e r , Editor
C H A R L E S L. T A Y L O R , Advertising M a n a g e r
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Many, many thanks to each
and every one of you very nice
people for your acts of kindness shown my daughter.
Denise Hook, who is in
Munson Medical Center,
through your prayers, visits,
cards of cheer, flowers and
gifts.
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woman He still needs women
in una vtoiiii. Burning her bra
ju>t won't make her a man.
However, there isn't any
reason that a woman shouldn 't
bv rewarded equally for her
labors as a man is for his.
In closing I would like to
make one final note to women.
You have been given your
equal rights only if you reach
out anil take what is yours. If
you don't do it now. then
forever hold your peace.
Penny I-ou Babcock
Whoever covered that
meeting did their city and
county a great service, by
letting us know. A salute to
them and to the great ladies
and men who service our
community library and the 3
tfreat Indies who serve the
people who come to the
libraries.
Sincerely,
Mr. and Mrs. Ei>. Armstrong
These are and have been
such a great help in building
her
determination
and
boosting her spirits, which she
truly needs since her severe
injury caused from a recent
swimming accident.
It is impossible to find the
words to express our gratitude
for the deep interest that all of
you are showing both of us.
It is my hope that you will
continue to remember Denise
in your prayers.
Again, thank all of you so
very, very much.
Forever Grateful,
LaVora Wilkinson
Dear Mr. Grisso:
Thank you for last week's
report of County Commission
proceedings highlighting the
financial plight of the Otsego
County Library. It may take
the public quite a while to
understand the really quite
simple "why" of the problem.
CALENDAR
To finance the District
Courts court costs, by
legislative action, have been
upped and penal fines, source
Of library funds, lowered. For
instance penal fines in Otsego
County dropped from about
$18,000 in 1967 to $13,000 some
in 1970 while court costs rose
for the same years from $7,000
to $19,000. But I have confidence that the appropriate
committees in local government, city and county, have
the matter under study, and
that, as elsewhere in the state
as the same crisis has arisen,
an adequate alternate method
of footing the cost for this
valued community service
will be devised.
August 11 - Congregational
Women's Fellowship, church,
I am sure that area
8 p m . ; Methodist Church
Margueretta Circles, 8 p.m.; residents will never consent to
Immunization
C l i n i c , being without a public library
Mr-Reynold* Hall. 9-11 a.m.
Sincerely yours,
August 12 - Kiwarns 6:15
Charles BHasUe
p in The Fettig's; Rotary,
12:15 p.m.. Schlang's
August 14 - Senior Citizens.
Bagley Township Hall, 6:30
p in
August 15 - Square dance at
High School
August 16 - TOPS, 8 p.m.,
nurses office at Gaylord High
School: Weight Watchers, 1
and 7 p m . St. Mary's Church
basement
August 17 • Hospital
Auxiliary.8p.m . McReynolds
Hall
Rig User
The automotive industry
accounts for more than 60
percent of all rubber and 20
percent of an sieei consumed
in the United States.
ALL TYPES OF
G.iyloro
Come In & Watch U s Grow
To anyone who has visited
the Otsego County Library on
•i ^atiirHay morning with a
blizzard raging, or after 4 on a
weekday, or on the open
evenings, and seen the
Gaylord children from preschool to seniors using the
I jbrary facilities, there is only
one word for the services and
that word is "NECESSARY."
We adults, too. who use the
Ubrarv firmly believe it must
slay open and that it must
have any financial assistance
needed to keep it open.
of
uu>efcu
,orH
County Board of Com
missioners to do everything in
its power to keep our Library
open.
PICKENS
Dear Editor:
We learn on TV that our
Government is sending
bountiful aid to help the East
Pakistani refugees. This is
from our tax money and at the
same tune this country is
supplying the West Pakistanis
with weapons and war
materials. Explain.The U.S. is aiding East
Pakinstani refugees by
providing charter boats with
crews to distribute badly
needed food. This, together
with other aid, will cost about
$2 million this year. The U.S.
has provided arms to West
Pakinstan under agreements
which expired April 6, 1971
and were reached before the
fighting began
Rep. Charles E . Chamberlain of Michigan h a s
proposed that the term of the
Presidency be made six years,
non-renewable. He introduced
a proposed Constitutional
Amendment to make the
change, which he said would
enable a President to, "Direct
his energies toward solving
the Nation's problems" by
being relieved of partisan
concerns
involving
reelection.
Michigan Senate Bill 696
states:
"An exemption is not
available to a person who
homestead and other owned
taxable real property has a
state equalized value exceeding $10,000 unless the
person has a 100 percent
disability.
Mrs. Glenn Smith
Mrs. Ernest Crocock
Wednesday, August n , 1971
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TROPHY PRESENTATION -- Gay:ord's Wayne Bauers (far left) and
Bee Simmons (tar right) pose with the new state champs from Pinery
Park ot the awaiua banquel in St. Mary gym fast Saturday evening.
Pictured from Pinery Park are (l-r) Ed Brower. coach. Jack Spaans, a
pitcher. Fred Henderson, president of the league, Paul Russo. manager,
and Kevin McLellan. a pitcher. (HT sports photo by Jay Soderberg)
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By JAYSODERBERG
HT Sports Editor
The first annual Senior
Division State Championship
Banquet was acclaimed a
huge success as more than 300
persons attended the gettogether at the Gaylord St.
Mary gym last Saturday
night. The guest speaker was
Dave Keilitz, head baseball
coach at Central Michigan
University in Mt. Pleasant.
Following the dinner,
Beeman Simmons, District 8
administrator, introduced the
guests of honor seated at the
head table. They included
Keilitz and his wife, the Don
Kirts, the Chet Zarembas, the
Ray LaHaies, the Wayne
Bauers, and Bob McDonald of
radio station WATC in
Gaylord. Also seated at the
head table was Mrs. Simmons
and Mrs. McDonald. All were
cited for playing an important
role in the preparation of the
Colts Win
Mini Minor
Crown
NEW MODELS
IN STOCK
The Mini Minor Champs in
Little League Baseball were
the Colts. Manager-coach was
Charles Englert.
Team members were: Don
Lilak, Mark Miller, Jim
Miller, Fred Goddard, Todd
Englert, Gerald Paciorek,
Chuck Englert, jr., assistant
manager; Mike Braden,
Wayne
Biernacki, Bob
Kowalski,
Richard
Holewinski, David Purrol and
Mike Mattslee.
The Colts racked up a
record of 10 wins and 3 losses.
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Behind two fine pitching
performances, Pinery Park of
Wyoming won the Michigan
Senior Divison championship
on the Gaylord High School
field last weekend. L was their
second state championship in
the past three years, and gave
them the right to play the Ohio
State champions in the Sectional
tournaments
in
DesMoines, Iowa sometime
this week. Third place in the
tournament went to Taylor
Northeast.
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Answers
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^«raWp me:
^S
Dear Editor:
order of priorities has been
reversed, with the county Sincerely.
taking more (court costs are Virginia Senese
higher than the fine) and the
penal fine which goes to the
library, less. Why this
change0
During 1967 the library
received $18,668 but only
$13,622 during 1970. Cani.ot our
city and county governments
Dear Editor:
find $4,500 for continued
operation of our library for the
In regard to the remark that
remainder of the year 0 For
Mr. Alton McNett made about
comparison, Crawford County
the library being a "luxury
appropriated $7,143.
item," it should get an award
As our younger generation
says, "Isn't it time we reor- as one of the most stupid
statements of the year!
dered our priorities 0 " Since
My children are very good
when are a library anrl a
students, and I feel it is at
community center luxuries we
least partly due to the fact that
can't afford but policemen to
they have a good library to go
keep the benches cleared of
teenagers necessities?
to for reference material
which they use often.
Maybe we should get rid of a
Sincerely,
commissioner or two so we'd
Mrs. Robert H. Ward
have money for the library
Gaylord
because I feel it's a necessity!
Call CAL BOYLE
B i g Boy B l d g .
732-5527
children, both elementary and
Ugh schools put it to, the folks
and families who like to read,
retirees, both city and county,
the vacationers, both transient and permanent, who
have cottages up here.
Income Source Changed
Mr. James Grisso
Editor, Otsego County Herald
Times
Gaylord, Michigan
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DAVID SEIJ3Y
starring in
I have never written to an
editor before, but I just got so
mad and provoked I couldn't
talk, so I decided to write you.
To think anyone could call a
county and city library a
"lAixury Item!" He sounds
like Rip Van Winkle, been
asleep for 20 years. He's a
luxury item. I suggest he wake
up and look around.
The library is now too small
for the demands that school
(Editor's Note: DeNise
Hook, 16, became paralyzed
from the neck down after she
dove into Higgins l a k e
recently and struck her head
on the bottom. She has been at
Munson Medical Center,
Traverse City, for seven
weeks. She is a Gaylord High
School student.)
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library "a luxury". A luxury
for whom' For whom does he
speak 0 Many of us consider it
a NECESSITY.
In checking, I find that the
Her Spirits Are High
NATIQMAl N ( W S f A M «
Mrmorr M.rn.oan P'»** t i u v
m I
.same as a man would under a
similar situation. She could
apply for a "men only" job
that doesn't require the afforementioned male attributes. If the job requires
travel, then travel she must. If
the job requires study, she
must study. All she needs is a
little initiative and much
persistence.
As a woman strives to
become equal with a man, she
.should not forget for one
moment that she is still a
woman. God made her a
Time for HimtoWake Up
Dear Mr. James Grisso:
Phone *3J SU4
I22 North Otsego
for the Community Center
which might help prevent the
delinquency in the first place
Now one of our county
representatives labels a
Editor
c o Otsego County Herald
Times
Gaylord. Mich.
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Otsego County Herald - Times. Inc.
Fn.-Sat.
lifting over 75 pounds, or a low
voice there isn't anv reason »
woman couldn't do the job
In 1847. Elizabeth Blackwell
became the first woman
doctor in America She had to
work and fight every step of
the way because being a
doctor was considered to be
"for men only". She proved by
her career that it sunply
wasn't the case
Whether or not a woman has
a college degree is immaterial. She is going to have
to go about her life's work the
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Gaylord, Mich. 49735
For Whom Does He Speak?
Dear Sir:
For sometime I have been
disturbed by the priorities set
by our local governments.
First, there was money to
hire a policeman to handle the
delinquents"-but no money
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NAt on*l Adv
One Word
For Library:
NECESSARY
state tournament here in
Gaylord.
There were many other
persons cited for making a
contribution tu the tournament, and Ed Johnson and
Joe Cogswell were presented
token gifts on their work in
fixing up the baseball field.
received a small trophy that
they can personally keep.
E. Jordan
Joins Ski
Valley Loop
Coach Keilitz then gave a
Officials of the Ski Valley
talk on "What Athletics Has
Taught M e . " He briefly Ijeague last week announced
discussed his CMU team that that East Jordan has been
finished second to Florida granted membership in that
Southern in the NCAA finals a league, and will start comfew months back. The squad petition with spring sports
finished the season with a during the coming 1971-72
mark of 35-6-1, best ever in the year.
history of CMU. He told the
East Jordan will replace
group that athletics has taught
him to be (1) emotional, (2) a Suttons Bay which will leave
believer, (3) unselfish, and (4) the Ski Valley League
a winner, and based his talk on
these four points.
1971-72 season. Due to earlier
commitments of the Ski
Following his talk, the four Valley League, East Jordan
finalists appeared on stage in will not compete in football
one big group and received and basketball this coming
their pins. The finalists in- season.
cluded Wur tsmith -Oscoda East Jordan
officially
AuSable, the fourth runnersup: Taylor NE, the third dropped out the Northern
runners-up: Richmond, the Lower Michigan League last
runners-up, and of course the winter to comply with the
state champions from Pinery student merger plan with
Boyne City.
Park of Wyoming.
Trophies
were
then
presented to each of the
teams, with the huge 57-inch
traveling trophy presented to
Pinery Park. This trophy, the
first of its kind in Senior
Divison play, was designed by
Wayne Bauers of Gaylord and
purchased by District 8. The
championship trophy and the
second place trophy were
scaled down models of the
traveling trophy
In addition, each member of
the championship squaJ
Later, when the merger
plan was dropped, East
Jordan was left without an
athletic schedule. Since then,
the school has been frantically
looking for games, and a
conference to join. As of this
date, the Red Devils have
scheduled six football and 10
basketball games.
Current members of the Ski
Valley
League
include
Gaylord St. Mary, Central
Lake, Ballaire, Inland Lakes,
Ellsworth and Suttons Bay.
Glen's Moves Closer
To Slo-Pitch Title
came back with three runs in
the last of the seventh, but saw
their comeback fall short as
winning pitcher Behnke tossed
out the final batter.
The International Woodworkers pulled a dandy. They
socked it to Moorhead Standard, 10-9, in a hard fought
game. Moorhead promptly
scored five runs in the first as
the win seemed certain over
the Woodworkers (IWA). But
IWA had other ideas as they
came back with 4 quick runs.
Wendell Atkins finally put
IWA in the lead, 7-6. late in the
Glen's didn't have such an
game with a 2-run single.
easy time during their second
Doug
Mummert
kept
game, but they still managed
Moorhead alive with a runto squeeze out a 14-13 win over
scoring double to knot the
Tip Top Bar. Glen's jumped
out to a quick 8-4 lead by the score at the end of regulation
time. Moorhead finally got
third inning. Glen's7th and 8th
back on top with 2 extra inning
runs came on an odd play.
runs only to see the WoodTom Behnke came up with
workers fight back to score 3
runners on second and third.
to finally score the win
Behnke promptly blasted
Nowak batted in the tying run
what looked like a home-run.
and scored on a close play at
However, Ron Wcisel made a
fantastic grab of the hall. The the plate. Gordy Larsen, who
held Moorhead to only 3 runs
runner from third scored
in the last seven innings was
easily while Chris Busch
the winning pitcher.
surprized everyone and
scored all the way from
Mike's Mobil kept their title
second on the sacrifice.
hopes alive with a surprisingly
tough win over Waters, 11-10.
Tip Top came storming
back tu tighten the score at 8-7
attack with 3 hits including a
as Ernie Wcisel hit his second
homer and triple. Irv Dietrerle
homer of the game while
rapped two triples for Mikes
brother Jerry blasted another
while John Poymarzynski
Big Ed Fisher got in the action
knocked in the winning run in
by rapping a 2-run double to
the seventh.
deep right field. Finally, in the
US Plywood showed some
sixth. Tip-Top took the lead as
excellent ballplaying as they
Ernie Wcisel ripped a 2-run
shut-out Tip-Top Bar. 124
triple The 10-8 Topper lead
Doug Kahsh was on the mound
wasn't enough as Glen's made
a last ditch 6-run rally to put for Plywood and recorded the
the game out of reach. Tip Top only shut-out in the 1-eague
Glen's Market got over two
tough hurdles last week to
move closer to the Slo-Pitch
Championship again this year.
Glen's first victim was
Stagecoach Inn as the Market
clobbered
them,
18-9.
Stagecoach was never in the
game as Glen's scored in
every inning. Bill Wishart led
the Market attack with three
singles while Bob "Boog"
Powell rapped his thirteenth
homer For the Inn, Jim
Johnson hit a triple and a
single while scoring two runs.
Pinery Park edged past
Taylor in the tournament's
opener with a 1-0 win, then
bounced Richmond in the
finals by an 8-1 score. Wurtsmith-Oscoda-AuSable (WOA)
ran out of luck in this tournament, and fell to Richmond,
4-1, and to Taylor, 4-0. WOA
was
the Inral
entry
representing District 8.
Pinery Park was the class of
the tournament. Backed by
some mighty fine pitching,
and fantastic "ielding, they
looked similar to the Pinery
Park team that won the title in
1968. Jack Spaans pitched four
hit balls in the opener, while
Kevin McLellan pitched a
three hitter in the finals.
Their 1-0 victory over
Taylor in the opener was a
prime example of the type of
heads-up ball they played.
Although they couldn't be
considered a power up at bat,
their fine defensive ball more
than made up for it. Third
baseman Odis Johnson, and
shortstop Joe Sobocinski,
played like pros in the contest,
accounting for a combined
tuUJ of nuie puivuis. Several
of these putouts prevented
sure hits from the Taylor
batters.
Rick Arbogast was tagged
with the loss, giving up only
six hits in the contest. Four of
those hits came back-lo-back
in the fifth inning when Taylor
scored its lone run. Jim Russo
was the batting star for the
winners, getting a double and
a single, plus scoring the
winning run in the game that
lasted only 70 minutes.
In the championship game.
Pinery Park errupted for four
big runs in the opening frame,
with Tom Km INS mi and Russo
getting back-to-back doubles
to all but decapitate Richmond's dreams of winning the
state crown The Parkers also
scored three tunes in the fifth
then added a solo run in the
seventh to advance to the
United States Sectionals in
Iowa Russo was again the big
batting star, rapping out three
hits and scoring three times.
Richmond fell flat in the
contest, getting only three
singles. A single by Bob Prior
in the sixth inning prevented
the shutout when he drove in
teammate, Mark Essenberg,
on a close play at home plate.
Essenberg went six innings,
and was charged with the loss.
In the consolauon contest,
Taylor NE, behind a twohitter from Ed Itenco, blanked
Wur tsmith. 4-0. Taylor scored
two runs in the th«rd on a wild
throw to second by the Wurtsmiin catcher, then added two
more in the sixth on a double
from Rich Arbogast and a long
fly out by Joe Sobocinski,
Williams worked the entire
ball game for the Wurtsmith
team, and gave up only five
hits in taking the loss.
Wurtsmith also dropped the
opener to Richmond by a 4-1
score. Losing pitcher, Steve
Weissenborn was tagged tor
all four runs in the first three
innings. tanky Paul DeBose
took over in the third, and
retired the last 12 batters in
order, but by then, it was
much too late.
Scott Davidson was the
mound master for Richmond,
scattering only three singles
in the contest. He lost his
shutout in the final inning
when Williams scored on a
throwing error by his catcher.
with
J a y Soderberg
A real nice weekend sums it
up best as the city of Gaylord
played host to the 1971 Senior
Division of I jttle League state
baseball championship. It was
the second time that Gaylord
had hosted the event, and this
year it was bigger and better
than ever.
Several persons quesUoned
why such a "remote" place
like Gaylord would be chosen
to play the tournament when
three of the four teams were
from the southern part of the
state.
We quickly found out that it
was District 8's turn to host
the tourney, and the only site
that could host such an event
was Gaylord. The Gaylord
High Srhnnl fiplH i«s tn hp one of
the better playing areas in the
northern part of the state. And
by the talk of most of the fans
who attended the two day
event here, Gaylord really
rolled out the welcome mat for
them.
It was, indeed, a big job for
the officials in the Gaylord
Little League to play host to
such an event. But under the
direction of Bee Simmons,
District 8 administrator, the
ball got rolling. It would be
nearly impossible to give you
a complete list of workers who
made this event possible
without missing someone, so I
dare not start rolling off
names. But to those that made
this event possible, a big pat
on the back must be offered.
Preparing the field was only
one of the things that had to be
planned. The banquet had to
be planned and housing furnished for the players from
the other teams. Tne mothers
of the Gaylord little Leaguers
for the most part housed these
boys from the competing
ON TO IOWA -- Members of the state championship Senior Division team
beam with excitement as they are presented with the championship
banner after defeating Richmond in the finals Saturday. (HT sports photo
by Jay Soderberg)
It's too bad that Mack
Lenartowicz had to work last
Saturday afternoon. For the
first time in six years. Mack
wasn't around to defend the
championship of the Otsego
County Horseshoe Pitching
Tournament at the fair. End
results, a new champion.
Dane Morse and Bob Edwards teamed together and
replaced the championship
team of Frank Jasinski and
The Otsegos rolled to their
third straight
Northern
Michigan Senior Boys League
championship by downing
Boyne City, 4-2, in a game
played on the St. Mary field
last Wednesday evening. The
game originally went down in
the books as a forfeit win for
the Otsegos several weeks
back, but when the coaches
got together, they decided to
play the game and scratched
the earlier forfeit.
ended in the third when a big
altercation broke out because
of a disputed call against
Boyne City. The game continued until darkness set in
after Boyne batted in the fifth
inning.
Steve Szocinski picked up
the win. striking out nine
batters in the process. Boyne
City was caught flat-footed on
four occasions, getting men
picked off base. Boyne had
serious scoring threats going
for them in the first, third, and
fourth innings, but managed
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only two runs in that span.
Randy Rich scored on a pass
ball in the opening inning to tie
the game at 1-1. The Otsegos
then scored twice in the
second inning on singles by
Greg Mellon and Rich, and a
wild pitch enabling Ed
Crawley to score from third.
Dave Hackelberg scored the
Otsegos final run in the third
inning when he reached first
after being hit by a pitched
ball, went from first to third
on an error, and reached home
on a wild pitch.
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Ijenartowicz with the top
prize. The championship
twosome displayed great
poise as they repeatedly came
from behind time after time to
win the title.
John Traylor and Bill
Jaruzel won a playoff game
from Steve Jarski and Frank
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A real nice tournament
program was planned, with
most of the local merchants in
town donating ads to the
program. Even a concession
stand was available so people
could chow down while watching the games.
The big attraction was the
beautiful trophies that were
given to each team after the
banquet on Saturday night.
The trophies were provided
through the District 8 Administrators office.
Many comments were made
when the airplane with the
huge banner proclaiming,
"Congrats Little L e a g u e "
flew over the playing field
during the championship
game. It was an idea of Don
Walsh and Lee LaCross along
with the boys at the Heart of
the North Flying Service for
this gem. And those letters
were actually 10 feet tall.
A large group of followers
from each town also attended
the tournament here.
The Otsegos decided not to
play their last game scheduled
to be played in Boyne City on
Monday night. After the mild
incident during the game
against Boyne last week, the
Gaylord group decided that
they wouldn 't make the return
trip to Boyne. League
president, Joe Kosequat of
Harbor Springs was notified,
and the game was scratched.
The Otsegos have now won
22 straight games, and should
be considered the favorites in
the playoffs this week against
competition from the other
division of the league. Records
weren't adequately kept this
year, but it was understood
that Mancelona won the
league btle in their division.
New Fair
Horseshoes Champ
this year. Plywood scored 5
runs in the first and continued
their scoring in the third to
coast to victory. Jack Owen
rapped out four consecutive
safeties including in triple
while Mike Hendricksen had
three hits. John Rhuebuttom
also hit heavy with a single
and triple.
During Sunday night's
action, the high flying
Plywooders met their doom as
Moorhead Standard rode
Then at that, the game only
rough-shod over the Chips 13- lasted five innings, and almost
fi Moorhead, still smarting
from their loss to IWA, wasted
no time in wrapping up the
game. Standard came up with
8 big runs in the second inning.
Plywood couldn't match that
ALL N E W
rally in the entire game as
their 7-game winning streak
was snapped. John Berquist
was hitting all over the field
with 3 for 3 including two
doubles whde Ken Schram
blasted another home-run for
Moorhead
Plywood's anemic hitting
attack did have two bright
spots tarry Richart had three
straight hits including a home
run while thoroughbred Jim
Sharp burned up the bases and
beat a throw from left by two
lengths to score an inside-thepark homer to left-center
Jerry Smith pitched nicely to
pu-k up his 10th win while
Kahsh took the loss.
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Wednesday August 11. 1971
MEN in SERVICE
Otsegos Undefeated
2nd Straight Year
The Otsegos rolled to their
IIIMJCICCJICU
season ui whipping Charlevoix
Portside Sports, 9-1 and 3-0, in
a big Sunday afternoon double
header played on the Petoskey
diamond A scheduled game
against Boyne City was
scratched
from
their
schedule, and now the Otsegos
play Mancekna on Wednesday afternoon on the
Gaylord High School field.
Mancelona won the Division II
championship
In a second playoff trame.
Kalkaska will play Boyne
City The Northern Michigan
Senior Boys playoff championship will then be played in
Gaylord on Sunday afternoon.
George
Kuck
limited
wiuiit-vuiA iu uni) iwu iuis in
the i'(n-iit-i while sUiking uui
U batters. Charlevoix broke
the shutout in the sixth inning
when Otis walked, stole
second, went to third on an
error, and scored on Bill
Carey's single. The only other
hit of the game came in the
fourth inning when Anderson
singled up the middle.
The Otsegos scored solo
runs in both the first and
second frame before picking
up another run in the fourth
and four big runs in the fifth
inning George Kuck banged
out a three run homer in that
inning
A double by Butch Iiehmann
and singles by Steve Szocinski
.I.I'i " " , .
"icu'ii irsuitcu ui
two more i una m Ihe sixth
inning giving the Otsegos a 9-0
spread.
Big hitters in the opener
included I/ehmann's three hits
and Mellon"s two.
Szocinski and Randy Rich
shared mound duties in the
nightcap with Szocinski going
tho first five innings, allowing
but two hits Rich finished the
game in grand style, striking
out thp final three batters he
faced
The Otsegos found Mike
Bindi a lot tougher to hit than
they did Carey in the opener.
Bindi gave up but three
singles to the champion Ot-
segos, but was still socked for
-•rcc ruTiS. i*«u uan!«y pickea
up a single in the third inning,
stole second, went to third on a
pass ball, and scored on the
next play on another pass ball.
Still in that inning. Rich Love
walked, and scored on Lehi iiann's single a few plays
later. Randy Rich scored one
more insurance run in the
sixth inning after reaching
first on a walk.
I A'hmann and Hackelberg
each singled for the Otsegos'
o'her two hits. An o p t i n g
i rining single from Anderson
and a single by Crud in the
fifth were the only hits
Charlevoix could get off the
two Otsego hurlers.
Gaylord Horse Wins Top Honors
W A Y N E B A L L A R D (left) and Linda Ballard with Ebby Rodney, winner
of the Governor's Trophy at the Ionia Free Fair last week.
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Dear Sir.
In the Herald Tunes July 28.
Galbraith
Gets
Master's
Ralph Galbraith. son of Mr.
and Mrs Harry Galbraith of
Gaylord. recently received his
master's degree in industrial
education at Michigan State
University's
summer
graduation
He will be
teaching industrial arts at
Owosso Junior High School
this fall Ralph is a 1965
graduate of St. Mary's High
School
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in you which drew my attention of which you wrote.
I am a taxpaying citizen of
Otsego
County.
Hayes
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and property owners around
me
I am referring to the
Webber property at Manuka
Late
Wayne Ballard of Gaylord, a
trainer of trotters and pacers,
captured the Governor's
Trophy at the Ionia Free Fair
this past Wednesday with his
fine six-year old trotter, EbbyRodney.
Ballard has been training
horses for the past 25 years,
but this was his first Governor's Trophy. Ebby-Rodney
had to beat out challengers in
two different heats to claim
the top prize. Trotters from all
over the state were entered at
Ionia last- Wednesday.
His horse has been racing
now for better than four years,
and has won or finished in the
money for most of the races he
has been entered in. Ballard
plans to take in the fair in Bay
City on Thursday before
returning to the Cheboygan
Fair on Aug. 17.
Colored Slides to Be
Colored slides of sacred,
religious and historical cities
and places of the Holy Land
AIII "be shown at Calvary
Baptist Church of Gaylord,
Sunday, Aug. 15, at 7:30 pjti.
These pictures were taken
personally by Dr. Don Brown
D.D.S. of Southfield, Mich. He
will narrate as the slides are
shown
The public is cordially invited. Calvary Baptist Church
is located on South Wisconsin.
The Rev. Richard Halter,
pastor of Calvary Baptist,
teaches the adult Sunday
school lesson from the book of
How can a septic tank and
Funeral Services for Mr.
drain field operate effective,
DeLaney were held in
built above ground and at lake
Vanlierberghs Funeral Home
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• on Friday. July 16. Rev.
Mrs. Dennis Gay
Donald A. Wilson of Bethel
Box 696
Baptist officiated. Interment
Clinton. Mich. 49236
PALL I). SMITH
JAMES E. BACKENSTOSE
CHARLES W. TAYLOR
Three area men recently
completed the eight-week
basic field training at the US.
Army Field Artillery Training
Center. Ft. Sill. Okla.
Army Private First Class
Paul D. Smith. 20, son of
Archie G. Smith. Johannesburg, completed an eightweek basic field artillery
course with honors.
He learned the duties of a
Howitzer or gun section
crewman. He also received
instruction in handling ammunition, setting fuses and
preparing charges, com-
9 Arrested
ATLANTA - Nine youths
were arrested by the Montmorency County Sheriff in
Atlanta last weekend on
various narcotics charges.
John Van Camp. 21. of
Dearborn was charged with
possession of narcotics. A $500
bond was issued and he was
released.
Alan McDonald. 22, of
Trenton is being held pending
$2,500 bond on a charge of
selling narcotics. Michael
Hamm. 24, of Walled Lake.
Mich, was charged with
possession of narcotics. A $500
bond has been set.
Thomas Freebury, 26. of
Walled lake, charged with
possession of narcotics, is held
pending a $500 bond.
Allen Deliso. 18, of St. Clair
ShorOJ was arrested for
possession of narcotics, a $500
bond was issued and he was
released. Mary Generous, 22,
of Union I-ake was arrested
for possession of narcotics, a
$500 bond was issued and she
was
released.
Gregory
Schultz. 18, of Detroit was
charged with possession of
narcotics. A $500 bond was
issued and he was released.
Robert Blank. 18, of Detroit
is being held on a charge of
possession of narcotics pending a $500 bond. Michael
I,ead. 18. of Washington, 111.,
was arrested on a charge of
using narcotics. A $500 bond
was posted, and he was
released.
munications and
maintenance.
Army Private James E.
Backenstose, 19, son of Mr.
and
Mrs.
George
F.
BtdNMftM* K-a, Gaylord,
and Army Private Charles W.
Taylor. 20, son of Mrs. Ruth
Taylor. R-2. Gaylord. completed basic training.
They received instruction in
drill
and
ceremonies,
weapons, map
reading,
combat tactics, military
courtesy, military justice,
first aid and Army history and
traditions.
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This
book
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Hebrew people in 500 B.C. to
rebuild the city of Jerusalem.
Sunday school convenes at
9:45 a .m. There are classes for
all ages, and a nursery for
infants.
Dr. Brown took slides while
a guest of Israeli. He will
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the
evening's
presentation with a live-taped
interview with Lt. Jaccov
Matzeliah who was one of the
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Mas at Gethsemane Cemetery
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Three brothers, Samuel E
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Rites Held for Mr. DeLaney
John M. Del^aney, wellknown resident of the Gaylord
area, died in Detroit July 12.
lie was t>>! o in Missouri April
8. 1907, and lived in the
Gaylord area for years. He
owned and operated his own
Sales and Service Garage in
Detroit. He also operated his
own private airplane.
DENNIS L. DICKERSON
Navy Petty Officer Third
(lass Dennis L. Dickerson.
son of Mr and Mrs. Ronald L.
Dickerson of 808 N. Ohio.
Gaylord. has returned to his
homeport of San Diego aboard
the attack aircraft carrier
USS Kitty Hawk after an eight
month deployment to the
Western Pacific.
During the cruise, his ship
visited the Philippine Islands,
Hong Kong and Sasebo.
Japan
Dickerson is a graduate of
Gaylord
High
School,
Gaylord, and is married to the
former Donna J. Peters of
Iewiston.
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Uerald7!m«S
Ex-Vanderbilt
Herbert Townsend, born
AUK 16. 1905 in Saginaw
County, died Aug 1, at Tolfree
Memorial Hospital in West
Branch Mr Townsend retired
and moved to Hale, Mich.,
after being an employe of
Mcl-outh Steel Corporation of
Green Timbers Ixxlge near
Vanderbilt where he and his
wife resided foi 13 years.
Wednesday. August 11.
Man Dies
Masonic rites were held
Tuesday evening, Aug 3 at 8
p.m. at the Forshee Funeral
Home at Hale for Mr
Townsend Funeral services
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Rev. Locke Moving To Iowa
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were held at the Forshee
Funeral Home with the
Rev. Kenneth Tousley of
the Methodist Church. Tawas
City, officiating
Interment
will be at
Evergreen
Cemetery in Hale.
In lieu of flowers, friends
and relatives desiring may
donate to the emphysema fund
in Herbert Townsend's behalf
Mi Townsend is survived
by his wife I-eone of Hale,
daughter and son-in-law
I.eaberta
and
Maurice
Bellville. grandson Bryan and
granddaughter
Launce
residing at Fairbanks Alaska,
one brother Harry Townsend
of South Branch, Mich.. 4
sisters-in-law, 5 brothers-inlaw, and several nieces and
nephews.
Mr Townsend was a past
master of Hale I-odge No. 518
F and AM. a member of Bay
City Consistory A. AS. R and a
past patron of Hale Chapter
O.E.S No 482
1971
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Recently on a camping trip
around Lake Superior, I said
to my son. "Ijet's strive to
leave each camping spot in a
better condition than when we
found it.'" This would mean
that we would be willing to
Wc raid Times
Radio
Slates
Club
Picnic
The Straits Area Radio Club
wili hold its annual picnic and
regular monthly meeting on
Sunday, Aug. 15 at Whiting
Park, which is located just
west of Advance on the Boyne
City-Ironton-rd.
Main topic of the meeting
wili be I pi upu^di io organize
classes for the instruction of
simple fundamentals of radio
theory and International
Morse Code.
All persons presently or
potentially interested in
amateur radio operation will
be welcome.
Official hours are from 1 to 4
p.m. but persons may come
early-stay late and bring your
own iuncn and soft drinks
Rev. Ix>cke his wife Gay and
their three children Justin.
Jolie and Robert have resided
in Gaylord for the past 6
years. During that tune, Rev.
I AM ke has been teaching in the
area schools. The first 2 years
he served as a substitute
teacher at Gaylord High,
Vanderbilt and Johannesburg.
Max Brown, then superintendent of Johannesburg
Schools, called hun to help set
up academic classes in
English, foreign languages
and speech. For two years he
did this on a part-tune basis.
For the past 2 years he has
been teaching
Spanish,
German. Speech and English
Comp. and History on a full-
The Rev. Norval Locke of
the Gaylord Church of Christ
will be moving to Davenport,
Iowa, where he will be the
pastor of the Central Church
of Christ He will be succeeded
b\ Mike Scholten of Hint
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enter
pick up utter which had been
left b> others We are partners
Scholten is 21 years old and
with God when we are willing
is piesently studying at the
to do all that we can to
Bristol School of Preaching in
preserve and improve the
Flint Rev. Scholten will come
beautv and wodurtivpness of
to Gaylord on weekends until
our natural resources.
he finishes his studies at
Is the world a better place to
Bristol next year, or until the
live in because we have
church can find someone to
passed this way?
take the job on a full-time
We are motivated from
h IMS 11 could take a long time
within by the values of life
u find someone as there is a
which are most important to
definite shortage of qualified
us Our lives are built around
puaihers
our own personal desires and
interests Happy is the one
whose life includes the interests and needs of others. A
Mr. I-ouis James Reincoldt.
shared joy or pleasure is of
85.3-year resident ot Gaylord.
greater satisfaction than die
died Wednesday, July 28, at
that whirh is experienced
Mercy Hospital in Grayling.
alone. There maybe someone
His body he in repose at
who feels lonely and neglected
McKinley Funeral Home in
that you can help today.
Grant. Mich. Funeral services
Reach out a helping hand to were held Saturday, July 31,
that one in need.
at Haverstock Funeral Home
m I.a Porte. !nd. Eagles
The
Big
Brother"
Memorial Services were held
movement is being started in
on Friday evening. July 30.
our community. There are
The REV RAYMOND F. ROF
First I mud Methodist
Church
• The I/ord God took the man
and put hun in the garden of
Kden to till it and to keep it'
Genesis 2:15.
The commendable efforts
that are being made to conserve our natural resources
and wild life as well as to
combat the pollution of our
environment are a fulfillment
of the sacred trust committed
to man by God. We are to work
together with God in the
cultivation and improvement
of the land. There are many
Jediidled persons who are
using their skills and
knowledge through research
and service to help us accomplish this. I am sure it is
pleasing to God when we
cooperate with them in every
way possible.
Mr. Reincoldt Dies at 85
boys who need the friendship
and companionship of some
man they can look up to.
Perhaps if you become that
friend you will help conserve
one of our most important
resources, human life in its
tender years of development.
We can help our youth by
listening to what they are
saying and assuring them of
our friendship and willingness
to work with them to accomplish the high ideals which
many of them have. Life needs
to be conserved not only
during the years of child
development and the formative years of youth but also
during the senior years of life.
The senior years of life can be
a challenging experience
when one can feel needed a~d
wanted. Perhaps through <. r
guidance and helpfnln^s we
may help someone to discover
this. Whatever the resource of
life may be. human or natural,
let us cultivate it and help
achieve its fullest development
Interment was at Pine Grove
Cemetery in New Buffalo,
Mich.
Mr
Reincoldt was a
member of Gaylord Eagles
1825 He was formerly of
I^Porte, Ind., and Grant,
Mich. He is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. James Dandy
of Gaylord, and Mrs. Robert
Hogan of LaPorte, Ind., and
four grandchildren.
W.E. Lawrence Rites
W. Earl Lawrence, 74, of
Gaylord died Aug. 1, at Little
Traverse
Hospital
in
I'etoskey. Mr. Lawrence was
born in Arenac County July 24,
1897. to Mr and Mrs. Albert
Iawrence He married Grace
Commings. He was former
resident of Vanderbilt.
Funeral services for Mr.
mTence were held Friday,
time basis at Johannesburg.
He was the debate coach for 3
years and yearbook sponsor
for 2 years.
Rev. I>ocke coached the
little league tournament team
that went to state finals last
year. He was also on the board
Mrs. Crooks Dies at 82
Mabel Francis Crooks, 82, of
PrudenviUe, died July 31, at
Mercy Extended Care Facility
in Grayling. She was born in
Ovid. Mich on June 8, 1889.
Mrs. Crooks resided in Flint
and Ml. Morns for 28 years
and moved to Frederic in 1943.
Mrs.
Crooks with her
husband Fred, managed the
well known "'Watershed Club"
on the Manistee River for 18
years. In 1959, Mrs. Crooks
retired to PrudenviUe. Since
then she has resided at
PrudenviUe and Flushing,
Mich., with her daughter and
son-in-law, Juanita and Riley
Merrill.
She is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. Rilev Merrill
PrudenviUe, one stepson. John'
Crooks of Kalamazoo, step
daughters. Edna Wilis „f
Detroit, Margaret Jordan of
Flint and Jeanette Booth of
Flushing. She also leaves 15
grandchildren, several Great
Grandchildren, two nieces
Mrs. Jack Allen and Mrs
George Wilcox both of
Grayling and 10 other nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Aug. 2 at 1 p m at
Sieuornols Funeral Home in
PrudenviUe. The Rev. James
Osborn of Flint officiated
Burial was at Millington
Cemetery.
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can find,
in the life to come is
consolation
the
bereaved
Wt stress that faith
in every
detail of our funeral
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202 W
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Gaylord
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Holy Redeemer Church
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Wolverine United Church of Christ
(Congregational)
Rev. Dale M c A l v e y
(Morning worship service. 9 00 a rn
Sunday school
10 00 a m Women fellowship meets the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday o« each month Vouth Group Wednesday. 7 30
Gaylord Evangelical Free Church
l U n i l e d Church of Christ/
W Second and S Otsego
Rev Charles Hashe
Pastor Chester F r a n / k e
F i f t h a n d Court Streets
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Wolverine
Kenneth O T r u m a n
Andrew s
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Sunday School 10 00 a m Morning Worsh.p. I I 00
a m . Intermediates Tuesday. 7 0 0 p m . C C Y F
Wednesday 7 00 p m Cho.r practice Thursday 7 X
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Evenmg serv <e ; OOP m ajBMj Study Wednesday 7 0*
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Otsego Lake Baptist Church
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Trinity Lutheran Church
Sunday School 9 45 a m Church Service I I 00 a m
Mid Week Fellowship Serv.ce. Wednesday • 00 p m
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St. Mary Church
D'v ne W o r s h i p serv ces a t » 00 a n d 10 00 A M
H o l y C o m m u n . o n n the 8 00 w o r s h i p on 1st a n d
3 r d Sundays, n J 00 w o r s h p on 2nd a n d 4fh
Sundays
Old 27 South
Norval Locke, M i n i s t e r
that mak.- d a n oanleann for auun
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Second a n d Center Streets
Ted Engel, J r . , Pastor
Church of Christ
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Sunday Masses 6 0 0 , 1 00 9 00 10 00. I I 00
12 00 w e e k d a y Masses 7 » and 9 00 a ffl
Saturday E v e n ng Masses i t S 30 a n d 7 X p m
Confessions S a t u r d a y * 3 00 to 5 00 and ' 00 *o •
p m
Reorganized Church of
Jesus Christ
Of Latter Day Saints
GOD IS PLEASED WHEN HIS
PEOPLE ARE GRATEFUL
S X a in Holy C o m m u n i o n
10 0 0 a m M o r n ng P r « y * r
Sunday School. 10 00 a m M o r n i n g W o r s h i p
11 00 a m
Y o u t h M e e t i n g a 30 p m
E . e n ng
Serv c e 7 00 p m
M i d W e e k Serv ce
Wed
.nesday t 30 p m
Old V South
Carl He«dei Pastor
Sunday School 10 00« m Morn,rvg worship I I 00a m
Even.ng Worsh.p 7 30 P m . Youth Service. Wednesday
7 00 p m Prayer Serwce Thursday 7 30 p m
Hayes Road a n d AA 32
The Rev Charles H H e w i t t
Pastor
Vanderbilt Community Church
Frederic
Rev Paul R A u m i l l e r
Sunday School 9 45 a m . M o r n i n g W o r s h i p
11 00 a m
E v e n i n g S e r v i c e 7 30 p m . W e d
nesday F a m ly S e r v i c e 7 30 p m
A l l Youth
Groups a t 7 30 p m . W o m e n s M i s s i o n a r y last
Thursday Bf m o n t h
St
Old 27 South. Otsego Lake
Rev Peter P o r t a , Pastor
M a s s a t 10 3 0 A M
each Sunday
Additional V a s s a l ! 0 0 P M
Sunday Sc"OOi 10 00 a m Worsn p Ser» ce I I 00 a m .
Voung Peopir s Mee' ng t JO p m Even.ng Servce 7 X
0 m M o W * « . Pra»»' S»'< » W»onesday 7 JO p T
Guiding Light Church
Wickes Lumber a n d Building
Supply Center
Elmira
Rev. Llortginas Dienmis
each Sat e v e
Mission of St John Nepomucene,
M 32 West Bohemian Settlement
Mass a' a JO A M i * i
Sunday
Christian Science Society
A t l a n t a . M i c h i g a n 1 m i l e N o r t h on M33
Rev Gladys M e y e r Pastor
irrncna, Sunday ? oo p TI
206 W F i f t h St.
• J block East of U S
VifWlay W v i r e s
27
10 10 A M
Phone 7324136
O r e m B. M e r o , Agency
Hidden V a l l e y
M o o r h e c d s Ford Sales
Complete i n s u r a n c e Service
5JI E Sheldon
Phone 732 52J6
Gaylord
Home of the Otsego Ski Club
Michigan
G a y l o r d State Bank
Gaylord. Michigan
Hutchins Insurance Agency
Phone 732 4375
M a d e - R i t e Potato Chip Co.
Johnson O i l
M a r a t h o n Products
Company
Otsego County Abstract Co.
Phone 732 i - . 6
12JS WAn
Phone 732 S76i
H a r r y ' s Sunoco Service
Alpine Village P h a r m a c y
West \ \ > r
Cus'crr- Blended Gasoline
Sunoco Oils & Products
Corner West M a m a n d Otsego
Purchases Sales, I n c .
Distributors of Bordens Milk & !ce Cream
Airport Road. (ia>lord. Mich Ph 732-5101
Gaylord
Chalet M o t o r Lodge &
Restaurant
Phone 732 S193
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Gaylord Branch
Jack Lovelace
Phone 732 4352
Wickes Lumber a n d Building
G a y l o r d Redi-Mix
A i r p o r t Road
SEA BRIDE
Supply Center
732 4335
Phone 732 5134
GOLDEN AGE ELBO
SOLID PACK
minister.
Vanderbilt
Rev. Robert H. Shaffer
8 30 a m .n S a n c t u a r y d u r i n g July & August
10 00 a m r e g u l a r s e r v i c e
First Congregational Church
Thursdays al 7 30 p m
Glen Arsnoe
Church of God
v.n
Sunday School 10 00a m Morning Worship I I 00 a m
Evangelistic Service 7 1 0 p m Wednesday Prayer ano
BiOle Sludy 7 X p m
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Community Baptist Church
Sunday Scnooi 10 00 a m Sermon 11 00 a m voutti
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CO v •'• Evening S e r v e * 7 30 p m M i d w e e k
Prayer Serv ce Wednesday 7 00 P m W V S Second
rnwrsOM
215 S. Center A v e .
Rev. R a y m o n d F. Roe
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415 N . O h i o Street
Rev. R.L B e r t h u m e a n d
M r s G G . Berthume
Wolverine
United Methodist Church
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Presbyterian Church
Rev Gordon E v o y
225 S Wisconsin Ave
R i c h a r d Halter Pastor
4*
Assembly of God Church
Cnurch School 10 JO a m . Morning Worship I I Xa rn .
Junior ana Young People Meetings 6 00 p ID . Evening
Worship ; 00 u in Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7 X
Community Free Methodist Church
Calvary Baptist Church
t,
Hetherton Reformed
Hetherton
Rev. J e r r o l d S M i f r o y , Pastor
F i f t h Street. »i block E. of 27
Pastor Jess Nephew
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732 2133 or 732 4430
Dickerson Rd. (Across from Airport) 732-2438
7 Mpm
S> no©' V 4S
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FUNERAL HOME
Closed Saturdays
Vanderbilt
Francis Kammski
LIVER
SAUSAGE
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VARIETY PACK
Sunday School 9 30 a m
M o r n ng Worship 10 30 a m
YOu'xj People s Serv c e 6 ! 5 p m ,
E v e n i n g Serv ce 7 00
p m P r a y e r M e e t i n g Wednesdays
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arrangements.
Church of the Nazarene
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
fe
Held
A strong faith
•ANGLES
•BEAMS
for the youth center Aside
from his other duties Rev
Ixicke was the first vicepresident of the Lions Club in
Gaylord for 2 years until he
had to resign the position since
he had too many other
responsibilities.
August 6 at 2 p.m. at WalkerBates Funeral Home the Rev.
Bob Shaffer officiating Burial
was at Bagley Cemetery. He is
survived by his wife Grace,
and 6 stepchildren, Cecil
Sides, Olive Lewis, Berime
Sides, and Ilah Kurke all of
Vanderbilt Lyle Cummings of
Under., Mich., and Bemeice
Cacioppo of New York, N.Y.
^ck ijour jroWems to Church this wk~
1004 East M 32
Rev Roger G r a y
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Otsego County showed a total of 172 farms
in the 1969 Census of Agriculture, according
to figures released by the U.S. Department
ui Commerces Bureau of the Census.
In the last previous Census of Agriculture
(1964), the number of farms reported in the
county was 266.
Of the county's total farms in 1969. 110 are
reported as selling $2,500 or more of
agricultural products in the year, as
compared with 116 in 1964.
The report also shows average farm size
in the county was 267.7 acres, and average
33 rd
Annual Meeting
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TOP O'MICHIGAN RURAL
ELECTRIC COMPANY
Boyne City High School Gym
entertainment:
Mr. Music: Eric Wendlandt
Comedy In M a g i c Bob Hayes
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BUSINESS- Election of 3 Directors
Monday, August 16 at S P. M .
STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
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Boyne City, Michigan
value of these farms (land and buildings)
was $33,531.
Other figures from the report are:
1. Value oi all tarm products sold in 1969,
$1,198,851; in 1964. $1,201,550.
2. Value of all crops sold in 1969, $301,143;
in 1964. $464,258.
3. Value of all livestock, poultry, and their
products sold in 1969. $872,117; in 1964,
$711,004.
Reported for the first time in an
agricultural census is information on the
extent to which the corporate structure is
being used by operators of farms from
which agricultural products totaling $2,500
and over were sold. Including family farms
using this type of business structure, none of
the county's $2,500-and-over farms are
incorporated.
Bean
Seed Program
Michigan field bean growers
should get higher quality seed
through a new program involving an extra generation of
seed grown in Idaho and
California.
In the new program by the
Michigan Foundation Seed
Association iMFSA), both
breeder and foundation seed
will be grown in the West, say's
Dr. Larry Copeland, Michigan
State
University
crop
scientist.
He ettM two advantages:
11) less chance for bacterial
blight contamination, and (2)
opportunity for Michigan
companies to grow westerncertified seed of Michigan
varieties from legitimate
foundation seed.
In the past. Michigan's
breeder seeds was produced
and maintained in California
or Idaho. The next generation
- foundation seed - was
produced in Michigan and sold
to certified seed growers here
for two generations of
Michigan production.
Copeland explains that
nearly all of Michigan's navy
bean seed supply is grown instate while about half the
colored bean seed is grown instate and half in Idaho and
California.
"Due to certification differences, the western seed is
not named by variety, but is
shipped in as Idaho or
California certified seed,"
explains Copeland. "'Some
variety designations of this
seed have been questioned."
The pedigree protection of
certified seed is provided by
Prices
may never be
this low
Mussel Tests For
the generation system - seed
under control of plant
breeders is released to MFS
which provides for its inCPWM This foundation seed is
then sold to certified seed
growers.
with International
"move-up", crawlers
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The Cooperative Extension
Service of Michigan otaic
University, in cooperation
with I*s Howard, Otsego
County Extension Agent is
conducting an equine census
concerning
Venezuelan
Equine
Encephalomy litis
(VEE).
VEE is a serious, highly
infectious disease primarily
affecting horses. Vaccine
must be prepared in case of an
outbreak in Michigan.
All horses, mules, ponies,
donkeys, zebras and man
could be infected by such a
virus, therefor it is important
that such a census be taken.
VES is spread primarily by
biting insects, such as
mosquitoes and biting flies,
which may carry the virus
from a carrier animal to
horses and man. VEE can also
be spread between horses by
direct contact.
VEE is a serious disease for
horses. Between 80 and 90
percent of all horses infected
usually die within six or seven
days from the start of symptoms. Symptoms usually
shown by horses
are
sleepiness, walking in circles,
unusual chewing movements,
inability to swallow, standing
in ahnnrma! positions, unahlp
to get up, and coma.
VEE can be prevented.
There is a highly effective
vaccine. The vaccine is
released by the U.S. Dept. of
Agriculture to be used only in
areas
of
outbreaks,
surrounding
quarantined
states, or wherever there is a
threat of an outbreak. VEE is
not a threat to Michigan at
present. The Michigan Dept.
of Agriculture is cooperating
with the U.S. Government and
is alert to any threat of VEE in
Michigan.
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732-9111
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732-4358
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Traverse City, failed to have
vehicle under control, pleaded
guilty. $5. $11, Tony J Kucharek,
speeding 6U o , pieaovu «*U.M,, i i 7 .
$33 SO Betty j Johnson, speeding,
pleaded guilty. $10. $15
Stanley J Szooinski, excessive
noise, pleaded guilty, $5, $ n ,
Janice A. Henion, speeding 35 25,
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•RESTAURANT*
Raymond M
Peterson,
no
registration certificate,
pleaded
guilty. $S, $11. Richard T Griggs.
Vanderbilt.
speeding
70 SS,
pleaded guilty, $S, $11. Richard L
Lacroix. St Clair, no parking zone,
pleaded g u i l t y , $s, Hugh u
Thompson. Jr , H a s l e t t , M i ,
improper parking no parking zone,
pleadec g u i l t y , $6. D a « ; d A.
Brown. Defiance, Ohio, speeding
80 70. pleaded guilty, $5. $11.
James P
Phillips,
Waters,
pleaded guilty. $10, $15. Warren G
Heller.
Waters.
permitted
unlicensed minor to operate
vehicle, pleaded guilty, $5, H I ;
t).iv ui lenartowicz. violation of
basic speed law, pleaded guilty, $S.
$11. Terry L Tobias, speeding 70
55. pleaded guilty, $5, $11. Walter
J Kryskalla. Jr , Detroit, speeding
80 70, pleaded guilty, $5, $11. lone
K
Koelemeyer, drove left of
center, pleaded guilty, $S, $11
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pleaded guilty. $S. $11 b r w m J
Mcfreor> Roscommon, no valid
operator s license, pleaded guilty,
v> v i
Nancy L Charndske.
Aiqif encessive noise, pleaded
guilty. $S. $11 Mark L Tiffany.
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Equine Census Underway
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Big capacity at a popular price Wing-type models
up to 21-foot cutting widths, nonfolding model:.
drive, special price
other important large animals, and that's
the reason for Dr. Taylor's stop in the
Pigeon River country, spending a few days
with El Harger and Dick Moran, both
Michigan big game researchers from
Houghton Lake, and Ford Kellum,
Gaylord, game biologist who has had
experience with habitat management for
both doer and elk in Michigan.
Dr. Taylor left New Zealand, flew to
Singapore, then a few weeks in Scotland
studying their red deer, then to Lansing
and at the Rose Lake Game Research
Station, from there he was picked up by
Research Biologist El Harger, who
escorted Taylor through Michigan for
about a week and into Northern Minnesota
and from there into Alberta, Canada, then
back into Oregon and California, before
taking off in a week or two for New
Zealand from Los Angeles.
- 1 4 hp. hydrostatic
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Mowers w/*tay conditioner
Big game biologist Dr. Rowland H.
Taylor of New Zealand visited the Pigeon
River elk and deer country of Northeastern Otsego County last week while
on his 90-day tour around the world.
Dr. Taylor works for the ecology division
of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Zealand.
The reason the New Zealand government is sponsoring Dr. Taylor's trip is to
study big game research and management
in various countries around the world.
Ne» Zealand originally had only 2 species
of bats, 600 to 700 hundred years ago, and
from then on 7 species of big game animals
have been brought in creatmg lots of
problems in their relatively fragile
countryside.
Their red deer is the prime
big
game animal in New Zealand, with
elk, and white tailed deer as two of the
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Mary J Sully. Goderich. Ont .
u v W i n o 00 70. oleadtfd QOilty.
bond f o r f e i t u r e . R a y m o n d M
Peterson,
defective exhaust,
pleaded guilty, $S, t i l , Neil A
Carrick, Ontario, careless driving,
pleaded guilty. $7. $12. Miles
Gerow, Detroit, ir .proper parking
no parking zone, pleaded guilty.
$5, Paul E. Henry, Connersville.
Ind . speeding 80 70. pleaded
g u i l t y . IS. t i l )
Leonard E
Newland, Ann Arbor, speeding 80
70. pleaded guilty, S5. $11. Robert
M Williams. Flint, speeding 80 70.
pleaded guilty, i s . I l l ; Robert W
Boynton. Boyne Falls, speeding 80
70. pleaded guilty, i s . S U . Donald
E Ranee, no proof of msuranrp.
pleaded guilty. JS, Si I. Robert L
Jsr.etten,
Waters,
permitted
unlicensed mutur to operate
vehicle, pleaded guilty. iS. $11
New Zealand Biologist
Visits Pigeon R. Area
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DR. ROWLAND TAYLOR picking some Michigan blueberries northeast
of Gaylord with researcher E! Hanger Blueberries do not grow in New
Zealand. Dr. Taylor said they tasted excellent.
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measuring pesticide levels in
streams, says Zabik. It concentrates residues to 20,000
times the level in the water.
Zabik is studying the
midge's life cycle, especially
as affected by pesticides,
because it is involved in the
whole food chain - from
micro-organism to man.
Fast Hitch
Ail Ufn* point to ruing c " prices in
'72. What*> more, »our prtscnt M I • i l l
never be worth so much •fain in trade
Row's Hie best time to get the most car
for »our money At the '71 Ford Team
Clearance' Act now*
YEAR'S BI66EST SAVINGS ON ALL 7 1 FORDS
AT THE FORD TEAM 7 1 CLEARANCE. ON NOW!
Pollution
'Ford Con.niander 6000-D
• v / j r ' r e c r - j m e r / c trans
A
3-PH.tch
two-row attachments
on Gaiaxos • 101 of
lutu'v '-• »<t "<on«y
water.
The Great Lakes Monitoring
Commission is using the
mussel to monitor all
Michigan streams and lakes
for pesticide residues. Other
countries also use this
technique.
The midge, a tiny fly, could
also prove useful
for
Moue More Dirt
1971
Spofty bnvora i m
on Musrartg» No i
' • " * » » ) car
Michigan is the blueberry king, taking
over the number one spot in 1970.
Last year Michigan growers harvested 29
million pounds of the big blues. This year's
crop is expected to be slightly below that,
reports Ada Sltoftbarger, Michigan State
University extension consumer information
agent.
When handling blueberries, Miss
Shinabarger suggests sorting before
refrigerating. Use the ripest fruit first, she
says. Wash all berries just before using moisture hastens mold and spoilage.
When freezing blueberries, just sort and
place them in freezer containers. Leave a
half inch headspace.
"They don't even need to be washed they'll keep better if they aren't," Miss
Shinabarger says. "When it comes time to
use the frozen berries, they need only to be
rinsed after thawing."
The cereal leaf beetle, a strips of tissue from between
.serious pest of small grains, the veins of the leaf. When
< >p< ciaUy ca J; is nc*? an o«- cuougii feeding occurs, ihe
iiu.il resident of Otsego leaves turn white at the tips
f.iunty
and eventually rust colored.
Vrording to Les Howard,
The cereal leaf beetle is the
Otsego County extension only insect known to cause this
director for Otsego and white tipped condition. Hence,
Muntomorency counties, of
white tipped grasses and
the approximately 50 fields of
small grains can be con,1.11s and barley inspected this sidered proof of their
year all evidenced some presence.
degree of infestation. Bug
The larvae of the beetle are
populations in fields were not
hmh enough to require about three sixteenths inch
spraying, except in a few long, humpbacked lile a soft
potato bug and have browninstances.
black heads and legs and
The cereal leaf beetle is a
yellow bodies. The body is
Kuropean immigrant which
usually covered with an inky
came to this country a few
material.
pears ago and has found
things much to its liking. The
heaviest populations of the
inaad arc located m southwest
and south central Michigan
where they are a serious pest
The fresh water mussel
of oats. Wheat, barley and rye
(fresh water clam) can give
.ire damaged less than oats
conservationists a good
but in the tender growing
measurement of pesticide
•tage damage can be con- residues, says Matthew Zabik,
siderable.
Michigan State University
Oats are the preferred host entomologist.
of the cereal leaf beetle. Whole
He found that pesticides
lields may be destroyed. Both concentrate in mussels at over
1,000 times their level in the
•idulLs and larvae chew long
600 cut-and blow
harvester (screen)
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Blueberry King
Farm Page
Cereal Leaf
Beetle Arrives
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Wednesday, August U , 197»
Number of Otsego
Farms Decreases
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+ *** % «.
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Wednesday, August 11, 1971
PAGE EIGHTEEN
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that the hhrarv
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Kobert
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Gaylord the progressive
community that it is. without a
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Mrs.
Lester
Lunden.
I<et"s appreciate and support
the fund of culture, inspiration
and enjoyment contained in
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Imrvojsihlp'"
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Mrs. Rustico Tongcc: "The
library is as much of a luxury
as is our school system. I
would like to see the library
expanded."
Lucille Smith: The library
is definitely necessary."
Gene Crawley: "As an
adult. m> personal opinion is
that the library is an essential
part of our community Where
else do we go to obtain the
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"OOMPUTER WORK TENNIS SHOES &
KING OF THE GRIZZUE"
Wed.-Thur -Fn.-Sat
luxury. We can do without any
official who believes that a
library is a luxury."
Virgil LaPlant: "It is mv
opinion mat an institution that
otters both education and
entertainment can hardly be
termed a luxury. What can be
said for a city that spends so
much to attract and entertain
tourists but will not spend
enough to educate and entertain its own citizens'"
William Granlund: T h e
library not only provides our
community with cultural gifts
but also provides wholesomp
recreational reading and is an
essential service to our
citizens."
THE DISTRICT 4-H TALENT Festival, Share the Fun," w*s held on
Aug. 2, at the Gaylord Community School with 4-H members from four
different counties taking part. These people had won contests at the
county level. Participating from Montmorency County were Colleen
Briley and Lisa Campbell with a auitar and *nne\ duet The Alpine
Knitting Club from Otsego County presented a skit, "The Grandmas
and *he Elves." Taking part were Pam Johnson, Becky Johnson, Julie
Robb, Becky Robb, Sarah Merry, Demse Beaulieu and Dawn DeForge.
Mary Ann Lange also representing Otsego County won honorable mention for her piano solo. Judges were Mrs. Evelyn Machtel and Arden
Peterson from the State 4-H Department in Lansing. All contestants
received participating ribbons.
Utilities Want More
LINE
Senaror Bob Davis
Q. Last year my father
changed automobile insurance comnanies to get
lower rates. Just recently, he
received a letter stating that
his policy would not be
renewed because my brother
and I have had too many
speeding tickets in the past
three years. Car. anything be
done to renew his policy, at
least until my brother and I
have a chance to clear up our
records 0 B.K.. Escanaba.
A. According to the State
Insurance Bureau, a company
may not cancel a policy that is
in force, but it is allowed to
decide which customers it will
accept Apparently, your
company is exprcisini' this
rit;ht in refusing to renew your
father's policy.
However, to make sure that
every driver will have a
source of insurance, the state,
by law. has established an
insurance pool. Any driver
unable to obtain coverage
through normal channels maymake application through an
insurance agent to the
Michigan Automobile Insurance Plan. Mr. Gaude
Sheets. General Manager,
18971 Greenfield
Road,
IX'troit The driver will then
be assigned to one of the
companies licensed to do
business in the state.
LANSING — The Michigan
Commerce Department s
Public Service Commission
land, leasing or renting lots to
PSC) held a public hearing
trailer owners, then you are next Tuesday on applications
responsible for the ad valorem In Michigan Consolidated Gas
tax on both the land and the Co. and Consumers Power Co.
trailer home. In either event, to build new gas pipelines to
however, the tax is the s a m e - transport gas from new gas
the only difference being who and oil fields in Kalkaska,
is legally responsible.
OtMgO and Grand Traverse
Please address questions to iifuiiues to their storage and
Sen. Bob Daws, State Capitol, transmission facilities. No
l^nsing, Mich.. 48902.
decision has been made by
PSC
"Peeping Tom"
In the famous ride of Lady
A spokesman for the PSC
Godiva. curiosity got th«" bpsf said the two utilities will offer
of one person, a tailor by the a new plan to the commission
name of Tom and. by boring a at Tuesday's hearing designed
hole in the shutter, he earned to maximize use of existing
hunself a niche in history as pipeline facilities to gather
the first "Peeping Tom." gas in Northern Michigan and
According to legend, he was minimize the need for new
struck blind
facilities.
Aug 18-19-20-21
A. Trailer homes located in
other than licensed trailer
parks are assessed and taxed
at the same rate as the conventional house. If you sell the
land to the owner of the trailer
is responsible for the tax. If
you retain ownership of the
We Invite Von To \'i'sit
OTSEGO ( Ot'NTY'S
The agreement also calls for
the two utilities to jointly
construct any new gathering
facilities that a r e needed
rather than hijild duplicate
facilities, the PSC spokesman
said.
In its original application,
Consumers pnw?r proposed to
build nearly 100 miles of
pipeline in Clare, Kalkaska,
Missaukee. Otsego and Grand
Traverse counties. Michigan
Consolidated, in its original
application,
asked
for
authority to build more than 50
nules of pipeline in Kalkaska
and Otsego counties.
The PSC held puulic
hearings on Michigan Consolidated 's application on July
15 and on Consumers Power's
application on July 16. The
Commission said it decided to
combine the two cases
because Michigan Consolidated and Consumers
Power have become parties in
each other's case and the
Attorney General has become
a party on behalf of the
Department of
Natural
Long in Force
The first 10 amendments to
the U.S. Constitution, which
are known as the "Bill of
Rights." were proposed Sept.
25. 1789. and have been in
force since Dec. 15. 1791.
SEVEN-DAY INVENTORY SALE
Plush Shags - Rubber Back Shags - Sculptured Patterns
Random Sheared Patterns - Etc.
NYLONS - ACRYLICS - ETC.
MAHARAJA
NYLON SHAG
Decorator Colors
"ABERDEEN"
(ravlord. Michigan
\ < " IH hulr private null eaarae
lui //M- 1,1 member* and aueata,
t Untiled number -./
ii'iiiKsiiinii memberanip» ate
/in\iriil\ ,II .nit! ili'.
\nu playing front 9 bole*. Ilmk nine
mluiliilril fi,r completion in 1972, Golf
\tnifi iimler ronairartion. mil he
completed in 1971.
H Hdernen /.*//#•> i\ a 6,000 lew pmate
,eireiti. III \<Kl FAMIU
TRACTS mm mat
,il .i fireiiiiiiin-l'rafii h\ an eurl\
election.
( IREF1 II.) I'l i \ Ml) and
RESTRICTED
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sculptured
Random sheared n>lon ^ \ i •
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Heavy continuous
filament nylon shay
Easy to maintain I x»ng wearing
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Phone: Mayfair 6-2925
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106 W n t Matn S t m t
Gaylord MtcrMfMt 49736
v.-
Other blue ribbon wnners
and the numt*r of -'boons
thev won are as .'wllows:
Dorothy Burzynski li; Jean
Burzvnski - 7; Grace
ORourke - 1; Laurie
ORourke - 1; Jeanne
Respecki - 1 ; Ronald Respecki
-2; AnneGilardy - 1 ; Gregory
Behnke-l;DannyHlvwa-3;
Otsego 4-H Saddle Uub - 1;
Mary Jo Slivinski - 1;
Raymond Slivinski, Jr. - 2;
Ixns Cherwmski - 3; Chuck
Bevier - 1 ; Denise Cherwinski
- 1; Tom Tholl - 4; Marian
Kowalski -6; Timmy Williams
- 1; Jim Zaremba - 2; David
Zaremba - 3; Randy Lee
Arsnoe - 2; Pam Johnson - 6;
Kim Taylor - 1; George
Johnson - 5; Jeff Behnke - 3;
Keith Bevier - i; Doug Pung 8; Greg Pung - 5; Rachael
Connor - 2; Margaret Williams
- 1; Eva Mason - 2; Jim
4; Barb Doumas - 3; Linda
Hale - 2; Elizabeth Hastie - 2;
Susan Styles - 2; Sam Johnson
- 1.
Kathleen Dobrzelewski - 2;
Julie Churchill - 1; Kristine
launch - 1 ; Debbie Lynch - 2;
Susan Werts • 3; Suzanne
Karslake - 1 ; Deborah Walker
- 1 ; Jennifer Snyder - 1; Betty
Coviak - 2; Mary Ann Lange 2; Dawn DeForge - 3; Diana
Sanders - 1 ; Denise Beaulieu 1; Mary Glynn - 1; Debra
Daughterly - 1 ; Susan Kil&ncn
• 1; I-iDonna Jasinski - 2;
Connie Mier - 3; Debbie
Harmon - 6; Denise Rudman -
1; Jon Hale - 2; Linda Skitka 1; Mike Pung - 7; Barry
Woodmansee - 1; Dan Rudman - 2; Marcia Butcher - 1 ;
Larry Catt - 1 ; Susan Hlywa 2; Jamie Robinson - 1 ; Victory
Burzynski - 2; Cynthia
Johnson - 2; Cathy Sutter - 2;
Valerie Pearson - 1; I<ori
Moorhead - 1.
In the 4-H livestock division
the winners were as follows: 4H Dairv showmanship Dorothy Burzynski; 4-H horse
showmanship
Cynthia
Johnson; 4-H slaughter class
beef showmanship - Dorothy
Burzynski;
4-H
grand
champion horse - Cynthia
Everett; 4-H reserve champion horse - Victory Burzynski; open class grand
champion dairy animal Dorothy Burzynski; open
class reserve champion dairy
animal - Jean Burzynski; open
class grand champion horse,
14 hands and over - George
Toteff; open class reserve
champion horse, 14 hands and
over Cynthia Johnson; open
ciass grand champion horse,
under 14 hands - George
Toteff; open class reserve
champion horse, under 14
hands - Raymond Fleming.
gardening champion - Mrs
lieroy Tebo, Gaylord.
Winners of the Michigan
Horseshoe pitching contest
winners were: 1st place - Bob State Fair specials were: best
Edwards and Dane Morse; quilt - Mrs. Albert Gordon,
2nd place - Bill Jaruzel and Gaylord; best knitted article,
John Taylor ; 3rd place - Steve other than bedspread or
tablecloth - Miss Elizabeth
Jarski and Frank Jasinski.
Baked good champion - Mrs. Peckinpaugh, Gaylord; best
Barnie D. Engel, Grayling; crocheted article, other than
canning champion - Mrs. bedspread or tablecloth - Mrs.
Harry
Cook,
Gaylord; Clair Mixter, Gaylord; best
needlework champion - Mrs. display vegetables, 4 jars Theodore Jerzy. Gaylord; Miss Dorothy Burzynski,
hobbies champion - Mrs. Gaylord; best cake - Mrs.
Jar.-.es Barndt, Gaylord; and Harry Cook, Gaylord.
Publication Order
|STATE OF MICHIGAN
Probate Court tor the County ot
|Otseqo
itotrs of jOriN W bUH/MS &
|MORRIS J BOHMS. dee'd
T IS ORDERED. That on
sepiemoer u, IV7I, at 10 00 A M
the Probate Courtroom,
Gaylord. Michigan, a hearing be
held lor the determination of the
heirs ot said deceased persons
Publication and service shall be
Jmade as provided by statute and
•Court r u | e
|Date July 29fh, 1971
Boyd C Baird
Judge of Probate
(8 4 3)
I
LEGAL
NOTICE OF
PUBLICSALE
The following property has been
recovered in Otsego County by the)
Departmentof State Police and thel
owners have not been located It
will, therefore, be sold at public
sale in accordance with Act No
J03. P A 1937 (Sec 28 403. C L.
1948) Properties of a similar
category recovered in other
counties will also be sold at this
public sale The sale will be held at
State Police Headquarters, South
Harrison Road. East Lansing, on
Thursday, August 26, 1971,
beginning at 8 30 a m
-d*L *
v
**jni'ii«^
RAY FLEMING with Rusty. His horse was
t h i first pEce winner in the 14 hands and
under class and was a.so the reserve grand
champion. (HT photo)
BONNIE TOTEFF with Te Li Pe. Her horse
was the grand champion in the 14 hands and
under class.
CATHERINE FRENCH of Johannesburg, a
member of the Meridian Homemakers,
displays some of her wares at the fair. (HT
photo by Jay Soderberg)
KEITH BEVIER and Jeff Behnke bring their
bunnies to the fair in hope of a Blue Ribbon.
(HT photo by Jay Soderberg).
i
n
i»
ANNUAL
IOMECOMING CELEBRATION
AUGUST 13-14-15
JCz.-ora Stat* Oi.-.k reserve*
•ghts fo lest bid
(••11 11
VIC BURZYNSKI with Ped'* Kin Hank. His
LEGAL
4
Carnivai-Ox Roast-Fireworks
Many Other Interesting Attractions
H 14 hands and over class. (HT photo)
Judged Best In Parade
lOne 1970 Chevrolet Station wagon.
•Nine Passenger serial Number
is<U60J?37«04 to be SOM et public
•sale August 12. 1971 et 10 00 A M
lunit stored at 121 west Mem
Street.
Geylord,
Michigan
Iveh.c i* may be inspected et tetd
Lddress
p a y i o r d State Bank reserves
i-ights to last bid
• IIJJIll
AT
FREDERICS
NOTICE OF
PUBLICSALE
b n e 1968 Chevrolet Bet Aire Two
Ooor Serial Number 1S6I1IF17V748
io be sold at public tele August i ?
1971 at K> 00 A M Unit stored at
Neville Standard Service. Old 27
io<ith Gaylord. M'ch-gan veh«c'e
>*v n» in«o*cted at said address
OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M.
**>•»• <S17) 732 2424
....>._..
LEGAL
NOTICE OP
PUBLICSALE
• IEKB
+ MOHAWK
I KVANS and BLACK
+ CORONET
» BARWICK
We'll Bring Our Store To Your Home
DIRECTIONS: Take Old 27 to Mancelona Road.
7 miles West to Sales Office
Su-vi" Piii'ig received lilt 4-n
sweepstakes award
for
winning the most blue ribbons
at the Otsego County Fair.
DOUK Pung and Mike Pung
lied for boy honors.
Karslake - 3; Noreen Coviak 2..
Sandra Coviak - 2; Theressa
Coviak - 3; Cynthia Matelski 4; Laura Franckowiak - 5;
Susan Pung - 8; Penny Skelton
- 4; Tammy Skelton - 3; Jacki
Basinski -6; Blaine Cronn - 1 ;
Cindy Doumas - 3; Sharon
Davis - 1 ; Kathy Franckowiak
- 1 ; Dawn Hublick - 1; Dottie
Hublick - 1 ; Ixira Matelski - 1 ;
Kathleen Wilkin*=on - 1 : Cindy
IXM Arsnoe - 1; Lori Ann
Dobrzelewski - 2; Lois Briley -
LEGAL
H o o p BT'W F l o o r C o v e r i n g
[| J Ull "lit. W I U
LEGIL NOTICES
$480
BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE
LORI F O R I t L K A i n and Sue Switaisk
photo by Jay Soderberg)
Pung Children Win 4-H Sweepstakes Award at Fair
DEPARTMENTOF
STATE POLICE
(*II2>
Imam I •»"••'» vmy« MM* m .
Arch,feet s Orawng of Gotl Snop
or Coll
CINDI JOHNSON with Zeb Her horse won the
grand champion 4-H, grand champion
showman and the reserve champion in the 14
hands and over class at the Otsego County
Fair. (HT photo)
Payment is to be made m cash at
time of sale
C
Write
Motorcycles
In 1913, 70,000 motorcycles
were manufactured in the
United States, an annual
production which has not been
equalled since that time,
according to the
Encyclopaedia Britannica.
JAN HAMILTON with Savage Leo. Her horse was the grand champion in
the 14 hands and over class.
Unclaimed property turned <i
from Michigan Department of
Natural Resources
Noreko
electric shaver
BANKAMERICARD
Brochure or Sate* Information,
By MARY JANE JEHLE
The Otsego County Library
is in imminent danger of
closing.
Whether or not this happens
is a matter beyond my control.
I can only hope that the final
decision does not rest with a
man who considers a library
to be a luxury.
Webster defines a luxury as
"an expensive rarity", "an
unrestrained gratification of
the senses", or "an habitually
sumptuous environment or
way of life."
Somehow, that does not
quite fit the County Library.
I would comment to Mr.
(Alton) McNett this quotation
which was made by another
public official fome time ago"I have often thought that
nothing would do more extensive good at small expense
than the establishment of a
small circulating library in
every county."
-Thomas Jefferson: Writings
Vol XII p282
To quote again from
Webster: a necessity is
denned as "something needed
for the existence,
effectiveness, or success of
something."
Possibly the success or
effectiveness of just living is
not a luxury.
Purse bifocal glasses
Bolt cutters
FlMMigfit
Drop cord with trouble
light
Electric candle
Tin snips
Pliers
Screwdriver
Steak knife
Remington electric shaver
Jackkmfe
Field glasses
4 cocktail glasses
Compass
Propane torch (less head)
Meat cleaver
Frying pan
|GE 14" portable TV
Partial can Coleman fuel
Wolverine super bow
Hunting arrow
|McCullough chain saw
Prescription sunglasses
2 medals (United Church)
Fire extinguisher dry
charged
Ward's 3 •> hp. outboard
motor
Suitcase containing doming
Zebco rod and reel
Higgms rod and reel
Man's clothing
P l u s h , High
Luster
t
UiiMtfiMfM
for free
The tentative agreement
calls for Michigan Consolidated to use its existing
gathering system to transport
gas for Consumers Power to
Consumers Power's gas
storage fields in Clare County.
Pipelines
Q. I am considering renting
or selling a parcel of land to a
mobile homeowner. Who pays
the property tax on the land
and the trailer 9 J.P. Boyne
City
TOM STERN JEREMY SLATE COLOR
^g^t
F,VE
Library
Corner
DIRECT
A
STORY OF
HEROES
STEVE MCQUEEN
LEMANS"
SEE IT
M
•
Donald M Chrictensen.
M.D. The library is not a
will panic.
Some
will die.
One
will win.
»
J
Mrs. Jane McCourt: "Let's
not lose our reputation as a
progressive community by
letting anything happen to our
lovely library."
Mae Hale: "Everyone in the
county should support the
library: it belongs to all of
us."
Joyce Scheerhorn: The
library provides me with my
greatest pntpr'asnroent."
GAYLORD THEATRE
Gaylord
Open at 6 45
Wed thru Tues
PAGE
Wednesday. August l l , 1971
No Question About Public
Attitude Toward Library
V ......
IIsabel
. . . L . I
(Editor's Note:
Lockard, chairman of the
Otsego County Library Board.
conducted a survey last week
to determine public feelinp
toward the library. Here arc
the results. Also, see letters to
the editor on this subject, i
Dr Douglas Hird: "We can
do without crime, drugs, and
pullution-but not the hbran.
Save the pages for all ages "
Judge Boyd C Baird: The
library is the foundation of
civilization.*' Mrs James
Robb:
I think it is
disgraceful that anyone would
J ^ r a i d JittlCS
Winners of the Otsego
County Fair Parade have been
announced.
Fourteen children won tne
award for best uroup and most
original entry They were
members of the following
families. Garrett. Schultz.
Williamson, Bankut and
Denison.
Deron Schreiber was judge
the funniest entry. Other
winners were Natalie and
Unda I-ake. pets; George
Johnson and Ted and Randy
Arsnoe. best vehicle.
GATE PRIZES THROUGHOUT
SAT. & SUN. • You Must Register!
BONNIE SUTTER, 9, and her horse. Mid
night (HT photo)
Horseshoe Contest
Saturday & Sunday
-PRIZES AWARDED
A
•
PAGE SIX
^ C r a l d J i m C S
»»
Wedn
esday, August 11. 1971
Police Blotter]
If It Fitz..."
There was an accident on Aug 3,
at 10 p m in Kalkaska County at
the lunction of M 72 and Blue Lake
Foad Witness stated he was going
make a left turn He had his turn
•gnal on when he looked T his
mirror and saw a car corrnnq
behind him too last to stop He
stepped on the gas and the car
driven by Conrad Rilfelmacher of
Bay City, went around him hittina
another car driven by Mark Daniel
Evon of Windsor, Ontario Rit
feimacher's car left I M yards ol
skid marks until he struck the
second car and kept going another
156 yards until his vehicle stopped
No miunes were repoi ted Conrad
Riffelmacher was ticketed tor
Hypocrisy Is A l l o w e d
By Jim Fitzgerald
IN HISTORIC YANKEE Stadium, v b m Baba Rutt)
smacked all those home runs, there is an unusually
graphic displa\ of h.vpocnsy It boggled my small town
mind and I didn't know whether to laugh or cry So I
simply stifled my emotions with another beer There
was no sense making an ass of myself in front of all
those blase New Yorkers who obviously weren't even
aware of the 3 signs that had prompted me to grab my
son and say God Cod. look at that!"
The first sign, and the biggest, extols the virtues of
()TB - Off Track Betting In New York, >ou don't have
to go to the racetrack or patronize the corner bookie to
get a bet down. You can march right up to one of the
caged windows at Grand Central Station, among other
public piac€5,.- r^v. pin your money on mc norse s nose.
The second si^n. almost as big, urges vou to buv a
ticket on the New York State Lottery. You can win
$1,000 a week for 6 zillion weeks, or something like that.
The tickets are sold a t every cigar counter and in every
church vestibule.
The third sign is small and rather weather-beaten. It
advises the baseball fans- "No Gambling Allowed."
This is similar to putting up a "No Eating" sign in a
restaurant
Tiiv Kan York government is bombarding cibzens
with neon pleas to 'please place your bets with us, y our
state needs the money." But if you bet the guy next to
you $1 that the Yankees don't score in the 5th inning,
you can go to jail, you dirty gambler.
The important thing to remember is that nothing is
wrong unless your government says it is wrong. But
keep your eye on the atlas. Be sure you know where
every freeway exit is spitting y ou out. It is illegal to bet
with a bookie in Michigan. You can't even play bingo
there without risking arrest. But in I,as Vegas you can
shoot crap in the wedding chapels. In New York,
Governor Rockefeller will bet you 10 to 1 that Mayor
Summer
Lindsay won't collect your garbage before it can be
smelled in Florida.
THE DAY AFTER the Yankee game we went to NBC
to watch the taping of the game show, "Concentration." and we did the usual mugging when the
camera swung our way We were back home a month
before that show appeared on the tube. It was the same
day Apollo 15 took off for the moon. Mv son Eddie was
terribly concerned that "Concentration" might be preempted by coverage of the space launch. Thus he
would be gypped out of seeing himself on TV.
His values were obviously out of whack. A moon sl/»»
is certainly more important than a silly game show,
t-v en if it uuvs =>tai Red Ed and His Wa ving Hands.
After all. it's been months since anyone brought hack
a oag of rocks from the moon and the supply must be
running low.
But anyway, moon trips are becoming ho-hum
things, restricted to the regular news, shows. "Concentration'' appeared as scheduled and. if yon Imbed
closely for 1 second, there was the Fitz family, waving
at the world and wondering how long it would be before
Ed Sullivan phoned. So there was no immediate need to
talk to Eddie about the warp in his values.
Besides, it would have been a hypocritical thing to
do. I didn't want Apollo 15 knocking us off TV either.
I'm against moon trips anyway, even if they pre-empt
Doris Day. The fare is way too high for a lot of people
who can't afford to go downtown.
No father wants to be a hypocrite to his son, so I was
gladtoescape the sham. If I did want to be a phony, I'd
aspire to much higher things than pious lies about
moon trips. I'd want to work for the New York
government, painting signs. I just thought of 3 pips:
1. This Is A Library." 2. "The Books Are Free." 3.
"No Reading Allowed in This State."
OMCO
'CONNOR 'S
C^nSm.™*
•\>
GAYLORD
Clearance
12
Continues on
ALL
NATIONAL BRAND
Merchandise
Final Week
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(WOW »T Tut STO«€ VOO TduST
FOMCO
FOMCO
FOMCO
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NOW ONLY
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GAYLORD
THE RIDDLE:
ANSWER:
PRIZE:
If a man is born m
France, qoes to school m
England and teaches in
Germany
what is h e '
Lehr-er
(German teacher)
219
A request by Don Butcher
FOMCO
FOMCO
FOMCO
FOMCO
FOMCO
EXPRESSION on faces of Biff Audrain (with
sunglasses) and Ken Fisher tell the story of
the fire that damaged their stores in downtown Gay lord Sunday morning. (HT photo by
Jay Soderberg)
. ,1.,,.,..,wl
„_J
to negotiate a sale of property
to either Michawaye or Parkwood Mobile Homes. The
property is 387 feet wide along
the lake, 25 feet deep at the
south end and 46 feet deep at
the north end. It is between the
Penn Central Railroad tracks
and the lake.
A special use permit for a
a small sign business in his
garage in Hayes Township at
the corner of VanTyle and
Coppins roads. The area is
zoned agricultural.
Webtex
Venture
was
granted a special use permit
for a storage warehouse at
McCoy Road and Miblocker
Road in Bagley Township. The
area is zoned commercial.
Northern Tank Service was
granted a permit for a storage
building on the south side of
Old 27 in Waters. The building
will be used for the storage of
trucks. The permit was
granted on the condition that
the building is moved to
conform with the zoning code
for side lots.
—^vww
uiiu MIS t c i i i a i i i u e r
FOMC
The zoning commission
denied a request by Clifford
Belleau for a mobile home
Back-To-School
Serving on the conuiuttee
with Henricksen and I amy
are: lister E. Bell. Michigan
SUitc University. Fast IanMlg; R.(j. M M , Dt-|«drUnent
of Natural Resources. l o -
sing: George Blair, consultant
forester. Jackson; Jacques
Pinkard, Soil Conservation
Service. Fast I-an sing: Al
Schacht, Forest Service, St.
Paul,
Minn.;
Robert
Raisanen. Upper Peninsula
Power Co., Houghton; Herbert Holmes, Consumers
Power Co.. Cadillac; and
Willis B. Rude, S.D. Warren
Co., Muskegon.
The American Tree Farm
System is active in 48 states
and lists 33,071 certified tree
farmers, embracing 72,129,859
acres of properly managed
forest land.
J4eraid Times
Only fhe
fines!
inspired jeanery,
junior grade!
For Miss Ponytail and her
cowboy brother...
WP«;fprn.w?y shoes With
more bouncetotheounce —
natural c.rpne so'es and
heels that feel great underfoot,
are good for them too!
Naturally, they're Red Goose.
Open Membership
Membership in the National
Rifle Association of America
is open to any citizen of the
United States upon presentation of required character
references.
O P E N LETTER f r o m
CLARK W. BATES
HOME FASHIONED
FAVORITES
CANDIES
JlUptne #iltoge
pbarmatp
MISCHLEY'S SHOES
(Jerry Troy-Manager)
Phone 732-5825
MAIN S"
GAYLORD
SIDEWALK SALE PRICES - TOO!
BOYS' LONG SLEEVE
SPORT SHIRTS
$197
Contrary to much public opinion, the greatest
cos! m providing ;i tuneral service is not the
casket, which is ;«>s than 25 percent of the
funeral fee Salaries building, automobiles and
tilliei equipment taxes, utilities, arid IrV »*Xp n m of keeping the funeral home and its
personnel available M hours a day, these total
much more thtm the cost of the casket.
Respectfully.
PNONC rm*m
GAYLORD. MICM
SLACKS
REGUMR - r U I B - STRIPES
$2 5 0 - $ 2 8 8
* 3 7 * - $497
EtEpta
OF GAYLUKD
:
By SHIRLEY BATES
HT Special Writer
Words of praise and thanks
to the Otsego County Fire
Department came from the
Gaylord City Council at its
j regular meeting Monday
j night.
Mayor Kenneth Campbell
I expressed the feelings of all
j the councilmen when he said
j the fire department did a
1 tremendous job in fighting the
1 fire Sunday morning in
I downtown Gaylord. Had the
I fire not been contained and
under control so quickly,
many more businesses could
have been damaged.
City Manager
Donald
I Harmon said, "We have one of
\ the best volunteer departI men.ts in the st^te and the last
<rhe knew, Gaylord s depart"ment held about the highest
rating a volunteer department
can receive."
In reporting on the sewer
system improvement project,
Harmon said the state health
department
has
now
quested more samples and
yet, the proposed lagoon
, design has not been approved.
. Harmon said the city has
finally received the permit
from the state for construction
of the school sewer line at the
Maple
Street
School.
•'Hopefully, thiny' will work out
so that constriction can be
completed be/ore school
begins.
I
The council alSo discussed a
.bulletin from the Michigan
Municipal League that opr»,scil the "use" of the "new"
'tax money. The increase in the
income tax that became effective Aug. 1. will provide
•bout 250 million in new tax
money, but as it stands now,
cities will not receive any
share
of
the
money.
Previously, cities received a
Share of the revenue on a per
capita basis.
"Wsfer charge
7325055
1
% Campbell reported that
J a c k Allen has consented to
J e r v e on the Building
Authority for the city.
- The council reviewed a bill
rom the Building Authority
lor the city's share of the
Construction of canopies at the
ont and east and west entrances of the Oty-County
Building for $890 45 The bill
Tilso included a tractor for
know removal at 1606.06. The
bounty also shares in the cost
The council asked the clerk
to ask Robert Fritz, chairman
of the Building Authority, to
come to the next council
meeting with details on the
cost of these items.
City Attorney Randall
O'Rourke spoke briefly to the
council about a southern
Michigan county that is
adopting a county police force.
This is something that the
council has talked about in the
past. O'Rourke said if such a
plan is ever adopted it would
eliminate the problem of city
residents being taxed for two
police agencies (city and
county) and receiving services from only one.
In other action, the council
voted to purchase a new street
sweeper from R.G. Moeller
Co. of Grand Rapids for
$10,556. The new sweeper is a
Wayne model 1-984. It is a selfloader and will load a certified
4 yards.
Only one other bid for che
sweeper was received from
Northern
Contractor
Equipment Co. 0f Traverse
City at $14,875 without a tradein and $11,260 with a trade-in.
The council tabled a
decision on placing a stop sign
at Felshaw and Hazel until it
gets report from Police Chief
Robert Tibbitts. Tibbitts is on
vacation at the present time.
Council also denied a
request from A.S. Gottloeb to
vacate an alley on the north
side of Main Street that runs
north and south between
Wisconsin
and
Illinois
Avenues.
A transfer of a liquor license
from Wendall Marzolf to John
For shew was approved.
Marzolf owns the Alphorn
Shop.
Approval was given to pay
the bills except for Michigan
Consolidated Gas bill which
was over $1,000. The manager
said that Michigan Con. is
looking into the matter.
POLICE BLOTTER
Thomas Albert Weatherly of
ed breaking and entenngs of
Detroit was southbound on I 75 on cabins and housetrailers at
August 8 at 6 IS a m when he had Ranger Lake These have taken
an accident He stated he couldn't
place sometime since Ju.y 25 The
remember what happened Police
trailer of Anthony OiMana of
said the car went into the median,
Detroit was entered vandals
traveled 600 feet down the median
broke padlock oft door to get in
then 75 feet across roadway into
tore drapes off the windows,
right shoulder. U5 feet down the
turned beds upside down, shot
right shoulder and into a tree and
arrows into walls and beds, and
rolled over No brakes were ap
threw empty beer cans about the
plied until the vehicle was crossing
trailer
The cabin of Brian
the roadway, from the median to
Millington of Warren was broken
the shoulder The driver was taken
mto No damage was caused ex
•o Otsego M m w r M Hospital
cept to the doors at the time of
entrance Another cabin was
On Aug 8, at? 30 p m Ronalo D
broken into, but police don't know
Pruittand his wife Charlene F-ruitt
the owners name Vandals entered
were driving on Pickerel Lake
Jhe cabin, ripped curtains of'
Road iust north of Sturgeon Valley
windows, poured glue on the
Road Mr Pruitt made a curve and
floors, emptied the contents of
his wife fell out Mrs Pruitt was
drawers and cupboards about the
taken to Otsego
Memorial
house The case .s still under m
Hospital
vestigation for all three breaking
and entering*
There have been several report
fur urnrioiis lit inn..
PARKWOOD
MIDLAND TRAILER SALES
GAYLORD
U.S. 27 SOUTH
732-2494
GAYLORD COLLISION
Painting & Bumping
25 Years Experience
Certified CM Body Technician
(Her 5 Years VW Body Repair
Experience
jurnn
Old 27 South
Across From Heyboer's Fruit Market
MICH
administrator,
„.•
. „ . _ _ reported
. _ . . «that
._
building permits for July
Hn e r a l d Jim*:
JilttCS
C r a l c l
m
*
totaled $1,580, compared to
$72n m July, 1970. Sixty in-
PA(
PAGE
SEVEN
SERVING WITH INTEGRITY- CLIENT & CUSTOMER
REPORTS
RESIDENTIAL
o
>
• COMMERCIAL
• RIVER PROPERTY
LISTINGS
BUY'ING
SELLING TRAOINGi
"11'
' •x
''
\
V V^
• '
\ S
Beautiful Dixon l a k
bedroom home with bu t m i
Partially furnished Fireplace 2
car garage Boat Snow blower.
Lawn mower Largp lot l » ' «
2001 '
On spacioi-s 100' x 100' lot South
of town we offer tins very nice 2
bedroom 12 x «0' Mobile Home,
small expando, storage shed.
par;.ally (uroiiiMd >'•'•.750 00
In Town
Newer 3 bedrocm
home 8' ceilings, carpeted, full
basement. 2 baths, large finished
2 car garage Large lot
US 27 South
Commercial
building
with
unlimited
possibilities Automotive repair
& body shop
Snowmobile or
Motorcycle Sales & Service or
remodel to needs Plenty of rv,;-n
for cspar.s.on Lot '.32' x 250' Nrfttl
800 square feet of blacktop
parking area Terms on 6 per
cent Land Contract
ai.9oo.oo
CAMPBELL'S
ESTATES
McCoy Road next to the Drive in
Theater we otter select building
Sites up to ' i acre in sue Priced
from SI.500 00 s?. I SO 00 Well
restricted
Vander HH Soundly constructed
2 story older home on spacious
corner l o t Lots of possibilities
for the .ill around handy man
18.000 00
South of Town very attractive
Colonial 4 bedroom home This 2
story home has 2 baths, family
room, fireplace, basement. 2 car
gagage, home is 3 4 carpeted S
ion» Fuel oil hot water heat Just
2 years old 141,750.00
Consider how leasing can pay you in dollars - time
convenience.
in Town
smaller 2 bedroom
home on city lot Short distance
to stores. $8,250 00
A flexible lease program designed for your particular
requirements w i l l :
(1) Simplify your financial statement and accounting procedures.
\2) Release yuut working capiiai for productive use.
(3) Provide modern, efficient equipment.
(4) Allow full deduction of lease cost.
(5) Lets you choose improved equipment as it
becomes available without the limitations of capital
goods amortization tables.
Completely furnished 2 bedroom
cottage on 2 acre lot overlooking
Big Bear Lake Cottage has all
new kitchen, 3 4 basement
$14,750 00 Terms
ASSOCIATED LEASING CORP.
• FARMS
* COTTAGES
* HUNTING 4 FISHING PROPERTIES
FINANCING
LEASING
TOTAL LEASING SERVICE
C ^
spections were made, and
there were 17 violations.
USTk
Resort on Otsego Lake
6
completely turmshed 2 bedroom
cottages on the Northeast side of
Otsego Lake Excellent income
ororwrty BOOkert full thrnnnh
Labor Day
Conserve Capital
Increase Profits With
City Council Praises
Fire Department
The council passed a
resolution supporting substitute House Bill 4472 that
Would provide some revenue
Sharing for cities and instructed the clerk to send the
resolution to State Rep.
ftir-h^rd Friske. Friske has
Jwice voted no" on this
Substitute bill A third vote
mil be taken when the
l e g i s l a t u r e reconvenes on
fUigust 16th.
SELECT GROUPS OF BOYS'
Dear friend-
QUOTA Ninety-nine pints of blood were donated at the Otsego County
Blood Drawing last week, putting the total for the year at 333, which
meets the quota. The quota for last week's drawing was 150 pints. U.S.
Plywood was tops in number of donors, followed bv Otseao Memorial
Hospital. Shown here are Donna Schnebelt, registered nurse, and Mary
Woskoski. (HT photo by Jay Soderberg)
.
did not answer. Two persons
at the meeting opposed the
permit, and they presented
letters and petitions showing a
greater no vote.
Norman A. Glarser was
granted a variance of the
Green Beit ordinance from a
50-foot setback to 25 feet for a
cottage at Otsego Lake.
A request by William
Seveny for a variance to build
an addition to a la kefr ont
cottage at Arbutus Beach was
taken under advisement. The
addition would come within
two feet of a 10-foot wide alley.
A variance was granted to
Ted Gere for a setback on his
property on M-32. Gere plans
an office and showroom with •
20-foot setback. The property
is adjoined by property that
allows a 20-foot setback.
Robert Kilbourn, zoning
of your Award-Winning
had nine signs cut down so far
this year. Some had steel
bands.
l^uMeffl Steven
•
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Heads
Group
of the Michigan Manufacturers Association, a member
of the Board of Directors of
Upper Great lakes Timber,
Inc.. and a registered forester
in the State of Michigan
On Jan. 1, Michigan had
1,166 certified Tree Farms,
consisting of 1,481,556 acres of
managed forest land.
To quality as a -certified"
tree farmer, a woodland
owner must protect his trees
from fire, insects, disease and
destructive grazing; harvest
his trees when the> become
mature and in such a manner
as to assure repeated cups;
and plant trees on uii.
loafing acres
»U.
You'll find the Answers in the
Vandals Damage More Signs
Sign vandals are still al
work in the Gaylord area.
I-ast week, they chopped
down large signs owned by
Came Haven and Stuckey's,
and a smaller one owned by
St Mary Church.
Kurt Heide, owner of Game
Haven, reported Uial ne i\.<>
The commission denied a
request by Paul Bradstreet for
permit at
at th«>
the north
north PHH
end *.
ot U,„
Big
permit
Bradford I^ke in Otsego Lake
Township. Belleau said he had
sent notices to all property
owners in the area, and eight
approved his proposal, five
£ ..;;:'.";;.• USC p c i T i m tu u p c f a i c
Shop now for best selections of
sizes to fit everyone for
Nelson's Drug Store
I
in restaurant in Bagley
Township. The permit was
requested
by
James
Frederick, but he wasn't
present. The commission
ruled that Fredrick failed to
fulfill the requirements as
stated in Section 9.07B of the
zoning code.
BANK CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTEO AT ALL 10 LOCATIONS
FOMCO
Fun Saver Movie Camera
"SOONER or LATLK YOLR
FAVORITE DRUGSTORE"
Main Street Gaylord. Mich.
s p e r i a l u«w» rvprmit fnr 2 <i_»-iv»>
camper M
trailer
park i„
in uHayes
camner
h f nuri,
,««
Township near Lake Manuka
was approved.
K i l l . . I , . , . - *nlA
U - ...~..IJ i : u .
.— **-*-••%.• J « t « a.v n u u i u l i n e
DELIVER.
99
VALUES TO $5.00
CORRECTLY ANSWERED LAST WEEKS RIDDLE
In other action, the commission denied a request for a
far
•-• .use permit
.
. to
for a•. special
tor
a special
use permit
to
locate
two or three
docks on
the east side of Otsego take
immediately south of the
Sailing Subdivision was taken
under advisement.
$10
DOWN'
MICHAEL HENRICKSEN
CONTEST WINNER!!
IRMA FARRAND
the township board opposed
Uie
the
plan, Ostling
withdrew
the
"---»—
- g
• »*»i«ii
request to discuss the project
and left the meeting.
F0CHTMAN MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
sprouting hanrfoced toes and freckled noses. T h e
prance and shriek beneath sprinkler fountains, which
nurture child and lawn at the same time. Youthful
dreams must be taken to the privacy of tree houses or
blanket tents for fanciful pondering over peanut butter
sandwiches and a jug of strawberry pop. Dismissing
the final sputterings of an evening downpour, they
rally as an enraptured audience to a rainbow stretching beyond the neighbor's house.
Summer days are velvet moments. As soft as the
stroke of rose petals across my cheek, or the
realization of my own skin unconfined. They entice like
glistening mirages far up the road, vanishing, before
you really reach them.
Michael C. Henricksen,
woodlands manager for VS.
Plywood at Gaylord, has been
named chairman of the
Michigan Tree Farm Committee for 1971-72.
He succeeds James C.
I a m y . woods manager for the
Abitibi Corporation at Alpena,
who had chaired the committee since March 28, 1967.
The committee administers
the State Tree Farm Program
in cooperation with American
Forest Institute, national
sponsor of The American Tree
Farm System. The program
gives public recognition to
private woodland owners who
have demonstrated an outstanding ability to grow and
harvest repeated tree crops.
Henricksen is a 1964 forestry
graduate
of
Michigan
Tedmoiogicai University at
Houghton. Prior to joining
l-S Plywood in 1965. he
worked for Owens-Illinois at
tomahawk.
Wis., and
Nekoosa Fid wards Paper Co.,
In( at Minocqua. Wis
He is a member of the
Forest Resources Committee
Wednesday. August 11. 1971
WILL
Den ham
Henricksen
Tree Farm
The Otsego
3tse»> County Zoning
C o m m i;s s i *
on
.r e' c; e. i.v.eJd
petitions last week opposing
Gaylord West, a proposed
mobile home development
west of Gaylord off Murner
Road.
Gene Ostling, of Ostling
Surveys,
attended
last
Wednesday's zoning meeting
to present a proposed master
plan of the Gaylord West
development. But after the
petitions were presented and
1 Stan Magsig, Livingston
Township supervisor, advised
the zoning commission that
A t ? a m on Aug 7. Ralph Lome
Scott ol Comstock Park, Mich ,
and his passenger Terry Allan f-ay
of Wyoming. Mich were driving on
M 32 iust north of Hellencis Road
when they had an accident The
driver stated he must have fallen
asleep because he couldn't
................ ..i,.,i happened His citr
traveled down the shoulder of the
road some 400 feet before hitting
some trees which Hipped the car,
policesaid Ralph Scott received a
ticket for careless driving and was
taken to Otsego Memorial Hospital
for miunes as a result of the ac
cident
10" blade cuts full 3"
deep Upfront easy to
use controls
Many
safety features
«ri
No fancy slogan
just the truth
Marilyn
SUMMER BOTH SOOTHES and astonishes my
senses. Unlike other seasons, summer enters imperceptibly: a loafer riding the coattails of spring.
Summer's clouds loiter around the sky, shoved only
now and then by impatient breezes. On torrid afternoons the air behaves like a frumpish, indolent
female, kicking off her shoes.
Days are perfumed with the delicious scents of pine
juices and freshly mown fields, fish smells drifting
across lakes, and dust stirred into temporary fits by
trespassing feet. Asphalt assailed by sudden showers
hisses a pungent rebuttal
After dark, amorous insects hum harmonic duets
and human whisperings trailing down front porch
steps, accompany. On summer mornings the sun rises
already in a heated snit, causing bird tempers to flare
over breakfast. This argumentative chatter wakes me
up to witness shimmering dew-veils bathing the
landscape, and dawn's blush Fingers putting out the
last star
My children ripen unto miniature golden gods,
FOMCO
y - j
Otsego Zoning Commission Has Busy Night
violation of the basic speed law
DEWALT 10" DELUXE POWER SHOP
WITH FREE CABINET & MANUAL
Senses
— Br
FOMCO
^ - ^
4 bedroom year around cottage
2 fireplaces outside grill large
1 3 acre lot with Lake access
Otsego Lake $19,500 00
LAKEFRONT
LOTS
LAKEVIEW LOTS
MOBILE
HOME SITES We have them
Just 6 miles from Gaylord 4 10
plus acre Vacationland building
sites priced from $1,895.00 with
70 percent down.
On Otsego Lake
2 bedroom
year around cottage
This
completely furnished to include
new stove, refrigerator, dish
washer
partially carpeted
natural fireplace, will sleep 9 as
:s, full log 2 car garage w-«h
work Shop Full log utility
building with wate', lots of
storage. Docks and Boats.
$33,500 00
For the hunting and snowmobile
enthusiasts, former Boys Camp,
aouiiinu S I * ' * Land, iargs lodge
with cooking and sleeping
facilities, fireplace, additional
guest cottage. $18,500.00
For the party interested in
Elbow Room we offer "Rolling
Acres Ranchettes" Just 3 miles
North of Gaylord These scenic
10 acre building sites a r e
restricted to guarantee privacy
in the years to come.
Otsego Lake This attractive 3
bedroom year around home is on
a M t M H M !ot ar.a hss s one
bedroom self sufficient guest
cottage The home has large
nving room, fireplace, hot water
heat, and garage $35,500 00
Otsego Lake, Corey Cove area
Public
Access
close by
$10,200 00
West Otsego Lake area 2
bedroom home
large living
room Front porch
kitchen
utility room large lot 108'x 148'
$16,500 00
PAGE EIGHT ^ C r a l d J i m C S
Wednesday. August 11, 19/1
Nursing School Grad
Joy
Mary
Vandertill,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
l/mis C. Vandertill, Adrian,
and former residents of
Gaylord, has graduated from
the University of Maryland
School of Nursing and the
Walter Reed Army Institute of
Nursing. A 1967 graduate of
Adrian High School, Joy
received a full scholarship
with the WRAIN program.
She is a member of Sigma
Theta Tau, and the National
Honor Society of Nursing. On
June 6, 1971 Miss Vandertill
was commissioned » first
lieutenant in the Army Nurse
Corps.
First Lieutenant Vandertill
will be stationed at Fort Ord,
Monterey, Calif, after she
WEIGHT
WATCHERS
A r e a N o 82
STEPHANIE MASON
Stephanie Mason
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mason of Gaylord
announce the engagement of their
daughter Stephanie Ann. to Donald Forman, son of Mr and Mrs. Leo Forman of
Vanderbilt An October wedding is being
Dlanned
Gloria Hazen to Wed
Edmund Szocinski
Shauna Hill to Wed
Floyd Fisher, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hazen of Walled Lake,
Mich., announce the engagement of their
daughter. Gloria Phyllis, to Thomas Edmund Szocinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Szocinski of Gaylord. They both attended Central Michigan University. Gloria
will graduate from O.C.C. this spring as a
Dental Hygienist and Tom will also
graduate this spring from C.M.U. as a
secondary teacher with his major in math.
A summer wedding is planned of 1972.
Leslie Hill, Gaylord, and Mrs. Dorothy
Brecker of Boyne City announce the
engagement of their daughter, Shauna Lee,
to Floyd Fisher, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Fisher of Gaylord. A Sept. 4 wedding
is planned.
Julia's
Journal
by
Julia Saigeon Beard
Extension Home Economist
H O O P E R ' S F L O O R C O V E R I N G is the newest m e m b e r of the Alpine
f a m i l y in G a y l o r d w i t h this a t t r a c t i v e store front ( H T photo)
It Pays
to Use
the Want
Ads
in the Herald
Times.
Phone
PLANT
and
FLOWER CARE
by
Audie V. House
THE K A L A N C H U E iKal-a#koh'ee». also called Tom
Thumb or Fire Plant, is an excellent house plant It has thick,
fleshy leaves and terminal, branched clusters of tiny,
brilliant orangc-rcd flutters.
With moderate care, it blooms from December through
May and will withstand the dry heat in homes which many
plants cannot tolerate Plenty of sunlight is required but it
should not be given toe much water Allow the top soil to
become <Ir\ before watering
Y •: ,i truly practical and colorful flowering plant purchase.
ask as for a Kalanchoe
Arlene
at
732-5144
or stop in at
122 N Otsego, Gaylord
GAYLORD FLOWER SHOP
140 North Otsego Ave
732-5288 Gaylord
COOL IT
In hot weather people - and
their dispositions - suffer.
Carlton Edwards, housing
specialist with Michigan State
University's
Cooperative
Extension Service, says that
most people think First of air
conditioning when considering
roofing systems
However, if you're living in
a rented home or apartment,
installing an air conditioner
may take an agreement with
the landlord If you're buying
a home, you may not have the
extra dollars. And some
people object to the air conditioner's power consumption
from an ecological standpoint, the specialist adds
He
suggests
several
alternatives
Good room fans can help
Attic and window fans can do
even
more.
And
a
dehumidifier can make the
atmosphere more
comfortable.
Even if you don't have any
cooling equipment, you can
make your home more confor table by opening the house
at nitmt to allow the cool air to
M M in Then close windows
and doors and draw shades
and draperies during the day
to keep the hot outside air
trom coming in
Some
noineowners claim they can
keep temperatures S to 10
ftpM
lower this way.
When you decide on a room
fan attic fan or dehumidifier.
remember that they do their
best work when size is suited
to the space they must cool or
the air they must handle
Fans are rated by the
number of cubic feet of air
they move per minute (listed
as i f m " i If you consider
an attic fan. consider the air
inlets, horsepower of the
motor and your wiring But
generally, you can estimate
THE
REAL ESTATE
CORNER
NEW or USED
MANUKA LAKE VIEW
2
bedroom
home,
bieezeway,
attached
garage. On 2 lots. Easy
Terms
$14,950
of N o r t h e r n Michigan. Inc
49684
1.AKE FRONTAGE
2 bedroom, l1* story home.
Fireplace,
built-ins,
carpeting, garage.
TERMS $29,950
LAKEFRONT & OFF
LAKE LOTS
Gaylord Area. Terms
available. Low down
payment.
what you need by this method;
Find the volume of the area
you want to cool Multiply the
length of the room by the
width. Then multiply that
figure by the room height.
Then, for Michigan, multiply
the total volume by 1.5. This
will give you minimum c- f .in
requirement for fans. Pick a
fan that has a slightly higher
c.f .m. to compensate for some
differences in fans and homes
If you choose an attic fan,
normally a 1 3 horsepower,
130-36 inch fan) will provide 40
air changes per hour for a
three bedroom house. That is
sufficient In Michigan. Window fans are usually smaller
National convention-a
large
n
contingent
ces
!
from
Michigan. Among them are
state chaplain. Jean Karafa
and family. She is known in
Gaylord. They will see and
hear the National Band
Concert contest, the joint
memorial service. Military
Parade Aug. 17, and "Million
Dollar Pageant of Drums"
Aug. 18, at 7 p .m. The National
Divisions banquets will
feature national speakers,
including President Nixon.
There will be an awards
luncheon by the different
departments Aug. 16, and
election and installation of
officers Aug. 20.
Rehabilitation
work,
veteran's
welfare,
Americanism, community
service, safety and youth
activities will be given top
attention.
Plans arp completed for the
national scholarship awards
to $22,500 for the top five
national winners and for
Michigan an added SI ,800 for
the "Voice of Democracy* *
contest. The theme is, "My
Responsibility to Freedom"
for all 10th, 11th, and 12th
grade students-public and
private schools in the U.S. and
its possessions.
SEVEN
NIOHTSAWEEK
FRIED A
'3.75
BOILED
SHRIMP
ALL YOU CAN
'4.75
EAT
HOLIDAY HOUSE
AIR
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MAIN ST.
Polos key P h 347 1313
GAYLORD
R e m e m b e r to tell them we're located a t Carpenter and
West Streets, just 1 block off M-32, near I 75, in G a y l o r d ,
and we're open F r i d a y nights and 'til noon on Saturdays to better
serve them. We thank you, too.
154 ft. RIVER FRONTAGE
Between the Chub I-ikes. 2
iuepi.ice,
TPPMt
O A
flflrt
HOKSESHUfc 1JVKE
102' frontage, 1*2 Acres, 4
bedroom home with 3
rental units and one 2
bedroom furnished cottage. Living quarters has
2l z baths, family room with
Franklin fireplace.
$ 2 9 , 9 0 0 terms
I DEALFORCOUPLE
Newer home on a large
landscaped lot. Fireplace,
appliances, view of Otsego
lake. Terms.
10 acres, with 4 bedroom
home, large family room,
fireplace, hot water heat,
attached garage plus large
storage building with
cement floor, 32 x 56'.
$10,950
$ 2 9 , 9 5 0 Terms.
NEAR ARBUTUS BEACH
Very nice 2 bedroom home
with fireplace, attached
heated
garage.
On
beautiful large wooded lot.
IDEAL for snowmobiler,
hunter or fisherman.
Furnished 2 bedroom cabin
with fireplace on '2 acre
with large pines. Terms.
$6,500
OTSEGO LAKE ACCESS
large 5 bedroom, 2 story,
rustic type log home. 2
fireplaces, 2 baths, full
basement,
attached
garage. Ideal for large
family. $ 2 6 , 9 5 0
includes
appliances,
carpeting, drapes, and
pontoon boat.
VICEROY AM.CEDAR
large 2 bedroom home, l'z
baths, Franklin fireplace,
•lti trie heat. Furnished
Stone & glass front, full
deck. Lakefront lot on
•^.'mi-private lake, terms.
LAKENAROARETHE
I bedroom home with
natural fireplace, large
kitchen, dock. On a
beautiful,
wooded,
lakefront lot. Terms
$29,950
BUNDING SITE
H5' x 300', with restrictions On Kassuba Rd., M
mi out of town
$3500
NEW
$200 m m i « VQU >n n*»w 1
Yes, you'll shout it to the world that
you found just the r i g h t lighting fixture
for your home. You'll probably tell t h e m /
too, that you didn't have to look through a
volume of catalogs, but selected f r o m the over
500 fixtures on display.
GOOD GOING
RESTAURANT
Large building with 2
apartments upstairs. Includes all fixture? and
equipment. Call for appointment and details.
rMrkiwii w~~i« ~r. • » « « •>
$29,950
/^ADVANCE
( ELECTRIC
y i N C . '"
BEAUTIFUL - WELL
KEPT 3 bedroom older
home. large, all modern
kitchen, carpeting, drapes,
full basement, garage.
East Main Street.
ueiiiuuiu,
$18,500
Pure wool double kmi m fall-In »h •• pjralcs
from D.illon Si/cs f, j 0 ]J!
Tunk lop wiih ribbed lurtli
EASTPETOSKEYST.
5 room ranch type on a
beautifully landscaped lot,
full basement.
$ 1 7 , 9 5 0 terms.
completely furnished.
TROUT FISHERMEN!
Completely furnished 2
bedroom cottage with
fireplace Over 200 ft. of
Sturgeon River frontage
•Surrounded by State I .and.
Hondo Road Area.
$ 1 9 , 9 5 0 terms
.iNi.rH WOO*
STURGEON RIVER
Completely furnished
rustic log home with
fireplace, attached garage
& guest room, 850 ft. of
Sturgeon River frontage.
Property includes 18 city
lots. terms.
COUNTRY LIVING Neat 2
$19,950
Pllll (in p.nils
PRIME RIB
DINNER
YEAR ROUND
CHALET
On island lake lot. 3
bedrooms completely
furnished. F u r n i t u r e ,
appliances,
dishwasher,
garbage disposal, washer
&
dryer.
Carpeting
throughout. Permanent
dock, 4" well, double septic
field.
$ 3 4 , 9 0 0 terms
acres, with large 3 car
garage, detached. Terms.
PW»|
YOUR PRESENT HOME
FOR ONE
SUITEDTOYOUR
NEEDS. EITHER A
completes her basic training
at Fort Sai i. Houston, Texas.
T r a v e r s e City M ch
TRADE
BETTER
JOY VANDERTILL
National VFW Convention
In Dallas
VFW Post and Auxiliary
Of those attending this
members will be in Dallas,
Texas for thp nafmnal conw u i p i i J O I a i Ljf :
vention. One honor already
received by Michigan is that
LEWISTON - Mrs. Louise of top award by the Michigan
Paper,
the,
Schmidt, Lewiston, was Veteran's
honored recently with a
Michigan
Overseas
surprise party, given by Veteran."
members of Red Oak ComState VFW Commander
munity Club Mrs. Schmidt, Robert L Harrison is one of
has been a member of the club the 27 state commanders in
for many years, and a resident the Nation in the 'VFW Allof I^ewiston for about 40 years. American" team, earned
She will soon be moving to a - through leadership and in
new home in the U.P.
carrying out the National
More than 50 people were in theme, "Our Heritage."
attendance for the evening
Post membership is now
event.
1,659.416.
FOR SALE
BOAT SALE! Super Clearance
R E A L ESTATE IS
prices on runabouts, I O's,
pontoons. & trailers E-Z terms. FOR SALE - one acre lot m
H e n Boat City, on M-55. beautiful Livingston Estates
Houghton lake
with plenty of tall pines. Call
(84-2-9) 732-2532.
12' FISHING BOATS, vee
(7-7-tf-15)
bottom. $116 50 Boat traders
HELP
from $11950 CLEARANCE
SERVICES
BY
OWNER
Livingston
1
WANTED
PRICES on all
1 u s,
Estates
Large
family
AVAiLAbLfc
runabouts, and pontoons. BOAT
c o l o n i a l s.i S00
1 acre
wooded
site
T
h
r
e
e
bedrooms.
FIRST SHIFT cook, experience
CITY, on M-55 next to High
T 1 baths, f o r m a l dining room,
School at Houghton lake.
necessary. Call Mr. LaSota, 348den, f a m i l y r o o m , recreation
6641.
artsa. utility r o o m , built m O E
(8-4-2-9)
Builder
stove
dishwasher.
and
(6-16-tf-l)
BOAT CLEARANCE. Our huge
g a r b a g e disposal
F'nancmo
Complete Modernization
stock ol boats, motors, pontoons
A v a i l a b l e . 732 4430 or 120 S17
Service
ATTENTION
i»nd accessories, all priced to
676 2389
REAL ESTATE
HOMES-CABINS-GARAGES
go! Terms BOAT CITY on MKITCHENS-BATHS
BROKERS
55, next to high school at
HOUSE FOR sale by owner: 2
ADDITIONS
Houghton lake
Interested in increased
bedroom year around cottage, 7
GROSS? Commissions?
(8-11-1-9) miles west of Gaylord.
LICENSED
Profits?
CANOES AND fishing boats, Livingroom with
911 Maple Lane
natural
both aluminum and fiberglass. fireplace, carpeted kitchen and
Let us show you how this is
Prices slashed during August dining room on beautiful
Phone 732 9060
possible when you become
Clearance at BOAT CITY, M-55 wooded 2 acres with lake acSEMI-TRUCK driver training. Houghton lake.
a member of our nationcess, $14,500. Call 732-2271 or
Student Loans available. Apwide real estate firm. Our
(8-11-1-9) 732-4815.
proved for veterans. Placement
proven
National Ad(7-284-15)
assistance. Write Box 3146 c 0
vertising and Computer
Herald Times. Highway TransUSED
FULLY FURNISHED cottage
Service Center are just two
put tation Institute, Home Office
of the many pluses we add
CARS
10 on Chub Lake. Immediate
Chicago, 111.
occupancy 732-4157 or 732-5916.
to your business.
(8-11-2-5) 1964 MERCURY. Good con(84-2-15)
dition. $400. Phone 732-5775
Write for full particulars.
anytime.
No obligation.
(7-21-tf-lO)
STROUT REALTY
P.O. Box 2757
1969 CORVETTE convertible,
Springfield, Missouri
dark green, excellent condition,
65803
low mileage, call after 5 p.m. STYLES OFFICE SPECIALS
Got a lot to carry?
P I N E A C R E S 2 choice
Tawas City 362-6449.
INTERESTING WORK in antiGot a box at
lots. N i c e l y wooded w i t h
(8-11-2-10)
poverty program. Dependable
hardwood and
pine.
car essential. High School
Year a r o u n d residen
MOBILE
diploma or equivalent. Write
11 tial $5,950.00.
Box 3145 c-o Herald Times.
HOMES
M O B I L E H O M E S Year
(8-11-1-1) P E T O S K E Y , M I C H I G A N
around. On beautifully
NIGHT BARTENDER steady
HOLD IT - Don't sign that lease
wooded lots. 3 bedroom
year around job. Prefer
until you've heard our deal on a
models e a c h . P a r t i a l l y
someone with experience but
home of your own. Especially if
furnished. Easy terms
FOR SALE
will train right person. Call
you can afford $90 per month in
MISCELLANEOUS 8 rent. let us prove it to you. Just a v a i l a b l e
Lynn I-arson 732-2431.
LUXURY
LIVING 4
(8-11-2-1) CLEAR SPAN steel frame Dial 732-9642. anytime day or
bedroom home, N o r t h
COOK FOR NIGHTS and buildings for farm, commercial night
Court St. 2 f u l l baths,
weekends. Prefer mature or industrial use. Competitive
(8-11-8-11)
f i r e p l a c e in both living
woman. Apply at Fettig's Bar with pole buildings in price.
and r e c r e a t i o n rooms.
and Restaurant, Gaylord.
FOR
Contact John Brooks - Atlas
2" 2 car g a r a g e attached.
(8-11-1-1) Steel Buildings - 4653 Clyde
136,000
12
RENT
Park, S.W. - Grand Rapids,
10 A C R E
PARCELS
Mich.
49509
or
call
LE
2-7108
or
HELPWANTED
Only 2 m i l e s off M-32
3
BEDROOM
HOUSE.
$135
per
FEMALE
2 53K-2184.
east
ot
Gaylord
month. Call Gaylord Mortgage
^ ^ _ _ _ _ _ ^ ^
(7-21-4-8) and Realty: 732-5119.
Beautifully
wooded.
Exceptional
hunting
SECRETARIAL, clerk typist FIREPLACE WOOD for sale,
(8-4-tf-12)
area Easy t e r m s .
for busy credit office. 5 day, 36 $10 a cord. Extra for delivery, LUXURY APARTMENT 1
BUYING OR SELLING
hour week. Salary com- 732-5416.
block from Main St. Two-1
I T SHOULD B E
mensurate with experience and
(7-21-4-8) Bedroom apartments at $150.06
ability. Reply in own hand- R E D U C E EXCESS fluids with monthly. One-2 bedroom
writing to P.O. 218 Gaylord, p ^ e x , si.69 - Lose Weight apartment at $200.00 monthly.
Michigan 49735.
^ ^ w i t h Dex-A-Diet, 98 cents For appointment
contact
(8-4-2-2) a t Alpi ne Village Pharmacy. Gaylord Mortgage and Realty
INC.
WAITRESS WANTED: Must be
(84-6-8) Co 732-5119.
WEST MAIN
(5-12-tf-12) G A Y L O240
able to continue work after D I X I E DRUM outfit: Snare,
RD
732 42621
school begins. Apply in person Tom-tom, Base, Cymbal, Sock DOWNTOWN OFFICE space
Sugar Bowl.
for rent. Capitol City Realty, OWN YOUR OWN beautiful
Peddal. $120. Call 732-2326.
(8-4-2-2)
(8-4-2-8) Inc.. 119 E. Main, Gaylord 732- National Home with all the
APPLICATIONS ARE being
trimmings. Act now. Dial 7329111.
9642. anytime, day or night.
accepted for part-time work. 1968-3 4 TON 4-wheel drive
(6-19-tf-12)
Dodge with Meyer's plow. Call
Surrey Shop, Hidden Valley.
(8-11-8-15)
THREE-BEDROOM, M bath.
(8-11-1-2) 616-549-2808. $2400.00.
(6-9-tf-8) Colonial Tri-Level. Livingston FOUR BEDROOM home,
WAITRESS WANTED.
Estates. $250.00 per month plus Ijvingston Estates. Fireplace,
ONE
9
MONTH
old
colt, utilities. Available Sept. 1st. large family kitchen, 2 baths,
Preferrably 18 or over. Apply at
registered,
3
4
Arab,
halter
Alpine Pizza 732-2232 or 732References. Box 1132, Lansing, full basement, double garage,
broken On*" 4 year old gelding. Michigan.
many extras. Call owner 7324756.
well
broken.
Won
2
blues
and
(8-11-1-2)
(6-23-tf-12) 2061.
red at the fair last year. If in(8-11-3-15)
terested call 616-526-2646 COTTAGES FOR rent in North
HELPWANTED
i amp Resort. Call 732-5279 or FOR SALE OR RENT: 5
Harbor Springs.
MALE
3
(4-14-tf-8i 732-5707.
bedroom home, 14 bath, full
(7-14-8-12) basement, garage and patio, 2
PIANOS - organs for resale
LARGE NATIONAL sales firm Want responsible persons to
fireplaces. 609 W. Jensen 732looking for man in Gaylord assume low balance with small WHY RENT: Whether you rent 2347.
or
buy
you
pay
for
the
home
you
area. College degree not monthly
payments
on
(8-11-1-15)
required if aptitude scores are reclaimed instruments in ex- occupy. Ken Chappell Real
acceptable. $800 per. month to cellent condition. Will be shown Estate, P.O. Box 424, Gaylord, SNYDER LAKE - lakefront.
start on management training locally. Write-including your Michigan 49735 - Call 732-2525. I^arge 3 bedroom home 3 miles
(7-28-tf-12) south lewiston. 786-2641.
program. No travel required. telephone no. to: M.M.C. Credit
(8-11-1-15)
Efficiency
Write to Box 3144, c o Herald Dept., Box 532, Lansing. FURNISHED
apartment. No children or pets APPROXIMATELY 75 acres of
Times.
Michigan, 48933.
Call Gaylord Mortgage and high rolling woods, west of
(8-4-4-3)
'8-11-2-8) Realty 732-5119.
ROUTE SALES driver for
Gaylord. $1200, terms. 732-4535.
(8-4-tf-12)
established routes in Grayling •FOMCO" sells, tests, repairs,
(8-11-1-15)
and surrounding area. Prefer and refills all types of fire ex- THREE-BEDROOM, 2 4 bath.
man 25-40 years of age, reliable Unguishers. Phone Fochtman Colonial Tri-I.<evel Ijvingston VETERANS - Use your G.I.
and bondabie Route experience Motor Co. at 732-5116 Gaylord. Estates. Available Sept. 1st. Rights' Save 4 percent over
(8-11-1-8)
FHA. We have several 2-3 and 4
helpful. Must be willing to live
References 120-676-2389.
bedrooms available for you.
in Grayling. Write Box No. 3143, " F O M C O "
distributes
(8-ll-tf-12) Call now Some with no money
c 0 Herald Times.
Cloveland engines fur cars, WHY ARF. YOU still renting 7
(8-4-2-3 trucks, and many industrial Dial 732-9642 anytime day or down. Ken Chappell Real
Estate. Branch Office 2 miles
applications Phone Fochtman night.
PERMANENT PARTsouth of light on Old 27. Phone
Motor Co. at 732-5116 Gaylord
TIME
(8-11-8-12) 732-2525, Gaylord.
Men Wanted to take Retail
(8-11-1-8)
(8-11-1-15)
Store inventories Saturday
ANTIQUE 3 piece bedroom set; MODERN 3 BEDROOM home
near
Elmira.
Annual
Iiease
evenings, Sundays and
highly carved, gray marble,
WANTED
some week nights, working
wood pulls, porcelain casters, $110 month - call before 9 a.m.
REAL ESTATE 15A
in Gaylord & surrounding
solid walnut. P.O. Box 274. or after 6 p.m. - 732-4535
(8-11-1-12)
areas Write to R.G.I.S.
Gaylord.
Inventory Specialists, 3929
(8-11-1-8) TRAILER SPACE for rent Call COTTAGE OR CABIN on lake
in Otsego County. Lake frontage
W. Court St., Flint,
SALE BLUEBERRIES. Phone Gaylord Mortgage and Realty required.
Looking
for
Michigan, 48504
732-5119.
732-4361.
(8-1UM2) arrangement with easy terms.
(8-11-1-8)
Phone 732-4178 after 5 p.m.
HAY NORTH side of Oley's
<5-19-tf-15A)
SITUATIONS
Lake Surgomatic Whirlpool
WANTED
NOTICES
13 BUILDING. 3000-6000 square
Washer, twin laundry tubs,
feet, suitable for retail sales
extension kitchen table Call
PAINTING AVD ODD jobs
732-4259
NOTICE IS HEREBY given of E.M. Haugen, 1-5, Gambledone, college-bound students
< 8-11-2-81 the Annua! Meeting of the lj»ke Skogmo. Inc.. P.O. Box 458,
Excellent
painters, good
! solM
Property
Owners Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416 1
SINGER
TOUCH-N-SEW
references No job too small or
(8-4-3-15A
Association which will be held
sewing
machine
5
years
old
too big Call 732-5094
M
Sunday,
September
5,1971
at
WANT
TO
buy
acreage
for
18-4-2-4) Excellent condition $175. Phone 1 00 P.M on lots 17 and 18 of
recreation on or near water
732-4662
8-11-1-8) Crestwood Subdivision at lake Write Mr Weadock. 1651
SERVICES
liouise. in Chester Township. Kingston
Dr ,
Saginaw,
Otsego County
AVAILABLE
5
Michigan. 48*03
(8-11-4-13)
(7-7-5-15A)
TROPHIES - plaques - signs.
CMSSIHED ADS
G A Y L O R D - M o n . 1 p.m. 8. 7 p.m.
St. M a r y s Catholic Church
C H E B O Y G A N - M o n . 7 p.m.
Senior H i g h School
G R A Y L I N G - W e d . 7 p.m
A m e r i c a n Legion
4
H O U G H T O N L A K E - Thurs 7 p.m
SI. John's L u t h e r a n Church
SHAUNA HILL
GLORIA HAZEN
N o r t h l a n d Photo
1040 W a l n u t St
Wednesday. August 11, 1971 J - J e r a l d T i m C S
BOATS AND
MOTORS
bedroom ranch home-Full
basement, gas heat, attached garage $100 per
month includes taxes and
insurance.
2AND3BEDROOM
MOBII.E HOMES
Just North of McCoy Road
On 5 acre parcels. Well and
septic system completed.
$1,000.00 Down
BEAUTIFUL MOBILE
HOME on 1 acre, added
family room with fireplace,
carpeted, 2 bedrooms,
garage.
TERMS
$13,900
LAKE ARROWHEAD
Very nice, completely
furnished 2 bedroom home
with Franklin fireplace. On
a wooded lot. Terms on
$13,500
COMMERCIAL
N 27 IN VANDERBILT
40' x 60' building with full
basement, natural gas
heat On a 50' x 140' lot
(ample parking space)
$10,000 terms arranged.
P ACRES-2 homes, 2's
miles trom shopping. Four
bedroom home, fireplace,
large recreatior room, 2
baths,
built-ins
and
carpeting-2 ijeik wan liwilie
provides good rental
income Ideal for small
farm.
$29,950
EXPERIENCED, PROFESSIONAL SALESPEOPLE
BUD GOTTLOLB, VLKOMCA EM KM AN,
CHUCK HUBBARTH
GAYLORD
MORTGAGE & REALTY
124 EAST MAIN
732-5119
MATT DEAK
FLETCH'S
IMPORTS, INC.
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
M M locni'Ons now .iv
fin «ii
HAVE TYPEWRITER will
type Have typing and no
stenographer'' Will type whole
manuscripts or single pages
Inquire at Herald Times or call
732-9275 evenings or weekends
(7-284f-5)
MM,
WORK
LIVESTOCK
14
50 HEAD OF beautiful saddle
horses, all sizes and colors, also
saddles and bridles Stafford's
C.nle-S Ranch. U S 31 South.
Traverse City 947-9254.
(8-4-5-14)
WANTED
TO BUY
•!••
E x c i ' l l e n l opportunity tor you
tO Own M|-|<J U | j r l n t t »o«i owr.
Skexjm,i
Store
(family
clothing)
The S k o g m o I r a n
chise p r o v i d e s a c o m p l e t e
"icinioiiuiiiiig
program
advertising
display and ac
counting
P a r t i a l investment
required
Write
for
free
b r o c h u r e no onliqahon f£ M
H a u g e n . I S. G a m b l e Skogmo.
Inc
P O
Box
4S8.
Mm
neapolis. M i n n e s o t a 5S4I6
26
2 MIXED BORDKR collie
puppies 2 months old. 732-4093.
(8-11-1-26)
ANGORA KITTENS to good
homes. Box trained 732-2077
(8-11-1-26)
BABY GERBILS. Call Peter
I-acker 732-5609
(8-11-1-26)
USE THIS classified section to
advertise items that >ou want to
SNO-JET FRANCHISE: An give away If you give it away
excellent opportunity to sell your ad is free
(0)
styling leader with exceptional
performance
plus
top
GARAGE
reputation for service and
warranty. One franchise is
SALES
28
available in Gaylord area.
Distributor :s well established
with superior parts and BIG LAKE STORE, 5 miies
warehouse delivery facilities East of Gaylord on M-32, August
as well as outstanding dealer 20 and 21 Antiques, roll-top
programs and companion desk Governor Winthrop Era,
product lines. Contact: William dining room table and chairs
Schmaltz. District Manager, Queen Victoria Era. coffee
Star Route, Cedar, Michigan grinder, wood heatsn" stove,
many household items and
49621.
(7-28-3-17) clothing
"8-11-2-28)
Watch the CLASSIFIEDS
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ADVERTISING
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Minimum Charge $1 00
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If any mistakes appear in
classified advertisements the
Herald Time;, should be notified prior to publication the
following week.
ARTS & CRAFTS
b e s u r e to c a l l
PIANO AND piano accordion
lessons in my home Hazel O.
Huntley 7324633. 5-80 years of
age.
(8-11-6-33)
COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
and
AUTO GLASS
NEEDS
Ph.
732-4191
Joe
The M o s t F a m o u s Basket
in t h e W o r l d ' 8
I
Schalter
N0R-ECH0
GLASS
,
s OTSEGO
GAYLORD
REAL ESTATE
CUSTOM HOME
All brick exterior, many
extras. Vanderbilt area.
LAKE FRONT IX)T. $45
per front ft. Terms.
CABIN IN THE WOODS
I bedrooms $7500 Terms
THREE
BED'tOOM
HOME. Furnished, natural
gas heat, in village limits
$9000 $1800 down. $75 per
month
4 BEDROOM HOME.
Excellent
location.
Fireplace-carpet-If you
need room this mi^ht be for
you
N.OTSEGO AVE.
Newly
remodeled,
2
THREE BEDROOM
bedroom
home, Full Ranch home 0.1 West
basement, near hospital Street, 2 car attached
$13,000. Terms.
garage Carpeted living
mom. garbage disposal,
NICE TWO BEDROOM d i s h w a s h e r
Full
I Ull Kil.1t m i i n
o (II i O .
basement, natural gas
fruit trees, raspberry heat Brick & aluminum
patch, on blacktop road
siding Top condition. 100' x
$17,500 Terms.
110' lot Assume FHA
6 percent mortgage
COMPLETELY
CARPETED. IH baths,
10 ACRES, over 300 ft of
full basement plus many lake frontage On good
other features. Price is County Road $10,000 Good
-'ghtrso is the location
Terms
Over 13 Acres, wooded
$3,000. $500 down
SEVERAL LAKE LOTS.
10 minutes from town
Terms are right'
THREE
BEDROOM
HOME, Overlooking Otsego !«kc. 2
RVSSC
I I fireplace, large lot
4 to II ACRE Building Sites
on good fAf ktr>f> road M
miles from Gaylord
$1993 & up Terms
97 ACRES just east of j
Ga>lord. 60-70 acres with
large hardwoods Beautiful.
rolling hills 0 M appears
large enough lor small 1
private ski tow
SO ACHES. Has ul.l farm
home, parth M M
LAKE view Mjnt
Terms
v.mij
MM E HOME at 404 Ease I
3rd Natural gas. com-1
pletely remodeled, very[
nice
WILLIAMS INSURANCE
16
SILVER DOLLARS and other
scarce coins Must see to price
Write Box 44. Good Hart, kind
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