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CASS CITY - Rawson Memorial Library
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VOLUME 81, NUMBER 45
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CASS CITY, MICHIGAN-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1988
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Land transfer fight looms
Board okays 5% pay boost
for nonunion employees
GRAND KNIGHT Alan Witkovsky of the Cass City-Gagetown Knights of Columbus Club, Council 1892, hands a
check for $150 to Provincial House Administrator Connie
Schwaderer as activity director Mary Vatter looks on. The
money which was raised in last spring’s Tootsie Roll drive
will go into a mental retardation fund. Witkovsky, with
Daryl . Iwankovitsch, presented %ass City Schools with
$1,000 Monday night in behalf of the KC’s.
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For new business
The Cass City School
Board granted 5 percent
raises
to
nonunion
employees at its regular
meeting Monday night at
Deford School. Exceptions
to the raises were made in
3 instances to equalize
salaries for persons performing similar jobs, Supt.
Ken Micklash explained.
The exceptions are marked
in the salary breakdown
that accompanies this
story.
Micklash said a comparison with payments for similar work in 10 area districts
was made. Cass City ranks
fourth from the to in salary paid in the 10 fktricts.
Schools with larger enrollments pay more than Cass
City and schools with less
enrollments pay less.
The 5 percent increase’
amounts to $22,848, but because new persons have
been hired at lower starting
salaries, the cost to the taxpayer has decreased b
about $5,OOO,Micklash said:
Contracts for administrative personnel are for 2
years except for Intermediate Principal Don
Schelke, who has a oneyear
contract
and
Micklash, who has a 2 1/2year contract. Salaries are
reviewed annually. All
other salaries are for one
year.
MORE LITIGATION
The continuing battle between Owendale-Gagetown
School District and the Cass
City district continues. The
board was notified that Mr.
and Mrs.James Brinkman
have requested that 2.7
acres be transferred from
Cass City to Owen-Gage
district. A meeting of the
Tuscola and Huron Inter-
OK land annexation to village
Construction of a 3-stall of the M-81-Doerr Road ingas station/24-hour con- tersection.
Land, when annexed, is
venience store in Cass City
automatically zoned Resiis closer to b c
ity following action y the dential, she explained, adTuscola County Board of ding that the proposed use
Commissioners last week. of the property r uires a
Commissioners during change in zoning to”r;eneral
their Feb. 9 re lar meet- Business.
If the zoning change is
ing approved t e village’s
petition for annexation of 3. okayed, construction is exparcels related to the pro- pected to begin in the
ject, which is bein prop- spring.
In other business, comosed by People’s 8il and
missioners met with other
Gas Co. of Pigeon.
The next step, according county elected and apto village Clerk Joyce pointed officials regarding
LaRoche, is a public hear- county finances and a spe‘ng on changing the zoning cial millage election set for
1,;lassification of the prop- April 5.
According to County Conerty, located just southwest
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troller Michael Hoagland,
the major thrust of the
hour-long informational
and brainstorming session
was to explain financial
trends and projections related to the county’s proposed millage increase of 1.5
mills for 4 years.
“They went through the
statistical package,” Hoagland remarked, adding,
“They (commissioners)
wanted to make sure
everyone had a good understanding of the problems.”
Also discussed was the
possibility of finding someone in the private sector
who could pursue raising
funds for the purpose of
--Learned that a 13explaining the millage to
the public, Hoagland said. member board will be esMar& 4#&0work
He noted that county [email protected]@he&
can’t be used for that pur- on an update of &e county’s
5-year Solid Waste Managepose.
ment Plan. The board will
“The board and others include representatives of
will be looking at what kind county government, indusof literature would be sig- try, the public and environnificant in explaining the mental groups.
county’s situation,” he
--Approved a motion to
said.
send a letter of support to
Also last week, the be included with the Caro
board :
Auto Society’scurrent year
--Heard annual reports grant proposal.
from county Clerk Elsie
--Ap roved 1987 and 1988
Hicks, Register of Deeds amenfed Friend of the
Ann Sattelberg, the Prob- Court Cooperative Reimate Court Juvenile Depart- bursement Program conment and District Court.
tracts.
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Evans workers accept pay cut
Employees at Evans Engineered Products Co.,
Gagetown, have agreed to
..aKe a wage cut in a new
one-year labor contract
tied to the proposed buyout
of their financially troubled
company.
The proposed purchase,
by Rail Cars S cialties of
Chicago, Ill., asn’t been
finalized, #company officials say.
The tentative labor contract, which calls for a 50:ent wage cut, was a p
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proved last week on a vote
of 30-5 by members of United Steel Workers of
America Local 6368.
Local 6368President Wallace Wiles, Cass City,
stated that the contract was
the result of negotiations
with a representative of
Rail Cars Specialties. He
said that the tentative contract had to be approved
before the pul‘chase can be
finalized.
According to Evans General Manager Thomas J.
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Ubly tries agatn
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Haughton, Rail
Cars
Specialties officials are still
investigating Evans and
working on financing the
purchase. He stated that he
isn’t sure when a final decision will be made.
Haughton said that the 11linois company is the latest
of a number of firms that
have indicated interest in
buying Evans, which is controlled by an assets holding
company. Evans filed for
bankruptcy in March 1985.
Evans, which consists of
a main plant in Gagetown
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*Schoolasks‘for
4-mill increase
A March 29 special millage election for the Ubly
%hod District was okayed
by the Huron County Board
of Canvassers Feb. 10, 2
days after the board of education decided to ask voters
for a 4:mill increase for one
year.
The hike, expected to
raise about $Z%,ooO, would
be used to maintain current
school programs.
According to school Supt.
David Landeryou, anticipated tax revenue losses in
the district for the 1987-88
and 198889 school years
The
will total some $2is,m.
lost revenue is attributable
to declining agricultural
dand values and an ex4 ted drop in enrollment,
Essid.
Ubly is an “in-formula”
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school district and receives
state funding on a per-pupil
basis--fewer pupils translates into fewer dollars.
Landeryou stated that
the school board’s decision
to again ask for a. millage
increase was based on encouragement from community members during a
regular board meeting Feb.
extensive,’.’
He explained that although nothing has been
finalized, areas being considered for cuts if the millage fails are band, Future
Farmers of America and
home economics, as well as
a number of personnel, including elementary and
high school teachers, and
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janitorial, .transportation
About 50 persons attend- and kitchen staff members.
ing that meeting agreed
that the district should re“It would take that kind
quest the millage, Land- of cutback to make up that
eryou remarked, adding, $215,O00, ” the superinten“As a matter of fact, there dent said.
‘were some that wanted to
Landeryou, who pointed
go for 5 mills as opposed to out that current staffing
4.”
and curriculum levels are
“If we don’t get the 4 ’ now at “rock bottom,”
mills, then we’re talking added that the high school
about cuts,” Landeryou
Please turn to page 5.
said, adding, “They’ll be
in addition to locations in has “really gone downhill
Ohio, Illinois, Texas and the last few years,” he
California, produces rail explained. “When I hired in
car door and bulkhead as- in 1969, there were. more
semblies and other parts than 200 guys working here.
for the railroad industry, That was about the peak.”
Haughton said that the
as well as material handling racks for the automo- number of workers at the
tive
industry.
The plant has ranged from 6 to
Gagetown plant has been in 95 since 1980-81.
Wiles, meanwhile, says
business for 29 years.
Rail Cars Specialties offi- he’s hoping for the best.
“This thing has been
cials have indicated that
they would place work, in- hanging over our heads for
cluding production of rail more than a year--that it
car parts not currently was either going to be sold
manufactured by Evans, or closed,” he remarked.
“The railroad has had probinto the Gagetown plant.
“We are-not getting a lems and the auto industry
large enough share of the has had lots of problems. .
business (now) to operate .it hurts on all sides.”
“All you can do is hope.
this plant profitably,”
Haughton remarked. “The He (Buthman) says he’s
marriage of the 2 com- going to bring work in.
Danies would benefit both You’ve got to turn a profit.
bf us, I believe.”
If you don’t turn a profit,
According to Wiles, the you’re history.”
wage cut approved by union
Local members was reauested bv Albert J.
but that was
line,” Wiles said. H
however, that work
be offered pafticipati
a form of profit sharing.
There are 45 employees
on the seniority list at
Evans, but only about 20
are currently working.
Wiles said that under the
new contract, employees
with 20 or more years of
seniority (12 workers)
would be guaranteed their
Jobs, but it’s expected that
more would be called back.
me number of workers
mediate School Boards to
rule on the transfer has
been scheduled Mar. 7 in
Gagetown.
The Cass City school
board went on record as opposed to the transfer of any
of its land to another district. We should make it
clear, Micklash said, that
we are opposed to the transfer of any land from our
district, not just land that
seeks to go to OwendaleGagetown. Both districts
can appeal a decision by
the intermediate boards to
the State Board of Education, which has final jurisdiction.
The board also opened
and accepted 2 bids and approved new programs.
McFadden Corporation’s
low bid for 2 new school
buses was accepted. The
buses are Chevrolets with
Wayne bodies, and total
cost with deductions for 2
trade-ins was $51,212. Six
bids were received. Trustee
Ben Hobart said that before
bus contracts are let next
year, he would like to see
diesel units investigated.
Our neighbor schools are
using diesels, he said, and
we should find out if they
will be better for us.
Three bids were received
from firms seeking to design Ca~sTiky%
asbestos
mana ement“.plan as req u i r J b y Federal regulations. Low bid was 1.6 cents
per square foot for the
218,000 square feet in Cass
City Schools for a total of
$3,488,submitted by DeIlise
Consulting Laboratory of
Kalamamo. This firm will
also develop specifications
for summer abatement
work at the school.
The board authorized the
purahase of a software package for in-house accounting and payroll for $4,575.
It will be operated by a new
computer purchased by the
Tuscola Intermediate District. The ISD has purchased a computer for all
schools in the district to
maintain records for the
ISD. Doing the accounting
in-house will save the district $4,600 yearly for
payroll
preparation,
Micklash told the board.
The board also authorized hiring a replacement for Enid Craig, book,keeper, who will retire at
the end of the current
school year. The superintendent wants to begin
training the replacement
person in March.
HEALTH ISSUES
AIDS.
The board approved $250
for a hearing screening test
in elementary grades as the
program that had been administered by the health department
has
been
abolished.
The screening program
was endorsed by Gerri
Tonti, school nurse, who appeared before the board to
describe her duties. In addition to many formal programs, she tends to the injured. Last year, she said,
she applied more than 1O
, OO
BandAids to cuts and
bruises children received.
Daryl Iwankovitsch of Cass
City attended the meetbg
and presented a check from
the Knights of Columbus for
$l,oOO to be used for computer related purchases in the
special education department. It was the second
$1,ooO grant from the KC’s.
OTHER BUSINESS
Marilyn Peters explained
details of the March Is
Reading Month campai
and the board approved e
erection of posters about
the campaign in the district’s schools.
Kathy Tuckey was approved to replace Don
DONATION RECEIVED
Schelke as social studies
Grand Knight Al Wit- teacher for the remainder
Please turn to page 5.
kovsky of Gagetown and
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Non-Union Employees
Proposed
1987-1W8
Bookkeeper (vacant)
Supt.’s Secretary
Social Worker
School Nurse
Supt.’s Office
H.S.Prin. Secretary
Inter. Prin.Secretary
Elem. Prin. Secretary
Deford Prin. Secretary
Comm.Ed.Secretary
Maintenance Supervisor
Inter. School Supervisor
and Transportation
Campbll Caf. (Money)
H.S.Caf. (Money& Rec)
Inter Caf. (Money)
Evergreen Sec. & Caf.
Crossing Guard supervis
Crossing Guards
Library Clerks
Title I Aides
Special Ed. Aides
Bus Mechanic
$21,742
$19,445
S18,W
1988-1989
To be determined
$20,417
$18,930
$16,T?3
$17,612
$6.00/Hr.
$6.30/Hr.
$7.67/Hr.
$7.61/&.*
$7.61/&.*
$7.55/Hr.
$7.61/Hr.*
$10.61/Hr.
$9.46/Hr.
$7.3Q/Hr.
$7.19/Hr.
S.l9/Hr.
$7.19/Hr.
$7.19/Hr.
$lO.lO/Hr.
$9.01/Hr.
$3,434
$6.12/Hr.
$6.23/Hr.
$3,608
$5.9B/Hr.
$&43/Hr.
$6.54/Hr.
$6.43/Hr.*
$7.19/&.
$7.55/Hr.
$22.54/Day $23.67/Day
$16.36/Day $17.18/Day
$5.63/Hr.
$8.23/Hr.
$6.23/Hr.
$345/Week
$5.9l/Hr.
$6.54/Hr.
$6.54/Hr.
$3sz/Week
Administrators
H.S.Guid. Counselor
H.S.Guid. Counselor
&CO-OP
Deford Principal
Contract
Term
$35,413
$37,184
2
$35,413
w,184
2
$35,413
$35,413
$35,340
$37,721
w.630
$37,184
2
$37,184
2
Evergreen Principal
Asst. High School Princ.
Comm.Ed.Director
Campbell Principal
Inter. Principal
High School Principal
W,W
$42,500
Superintendent
$49,500
Eliminated
$39,607
2
2
$42,OOo
Reviewin
June, 1988
Reviewin
June, 1988
1
2
2%
*The above proposed salaries are all based upon a 546
increase except those noted with an asterisk.
Owendale incumbents
win nominations
All 3 incumbents running man, meanwhile, received
votes. unopposed were
The first step in organiz- for trustee seats on the 16Running
ing a class telling the best Owendale Village Council
methods for the prevention
and restriction of AIDS will
be taken Mar. 17 when the
State Department of Education will hold a seminar
at Colony House for school
teaching
personnel.
Micklash told the board
that state law requires that
schools give instruction on
-
were victorious in Monday’s primary election.
Village Clerk Marie
Susalla reported that
Robert D. Ricker received
32 votes ; Martin F.Blondell
netted 30 votes, and Joseph
Schmidt received 21 votes.
Challenger William Put-
village President Walter
Howard Jr., Susalla, Treasurer Lois M.Blondell and
assessor Katherine R.
Ricker.
About 50 percent of the
village’s 94 registered voters turned out for the primary. The general election is
slated for March 14.
BETTER TIMES AHEAD?
Union employees at Evans Engineered
Products Co.! Gagetown, have voted to take a wage cut in hopes that an I ~ b o i s based firm ~ 1 1 purchase
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the area business.
and Dales
General Hospital
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PATIENTS LISTED MONDAY, FEB. 15, WERE:
Cass City Social and Personal Items
J
Delphenia Bean, Dean
Rabideau, Marion Weltin.
Richard McDonald, Cass
Phone 872-3049
Audrey Katzenberger
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UlbY
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
CASS CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1988
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Rebecca
Emmons,
Angela
Winchester,
Gagetown ;
Judy Grimins, Ubly;
Roy Smukek, Lori Goodchild, Caro;
Russell Wright, Kingston ;
Thomas
Beadle,
Caseville ;
Leah Crane, Deford.
Peter the Great of Russia,
in an attempt to encourage
his subjects to adopt a
Western look, levied a high
tax on beards.
Mrs.Annie Klinkman visMrs. Gene Sickler of Alto
came Monday and took her ited her sister-in-law, Mrs.
mother, Mrs. Max Agar, to Viola Jarvis, in Pigeon
Lapeer where she had eye Wednesday afternoon.
surgery.
Christine Tuckey of East
Mrs. Clifford Owens of Lansing spent the weekend
Comstock Park came Wed- with her parents, Mr. and
nesday to spend a few days Mrs. Bob Tuckey.
with her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
Mrs. Max Agar.
Jackson were Wednesday
Eighty-eight were served supper guests of Mr. and
at the Dorcas dinner at Mrs. Gaylord LaPeer.
Salem UM Church WednesCarolyn Tuckey of East
day, Feb. 10.
Lansing spent the weekend
with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Tuckey.
Cass Citv
Rev. and Mrs. Clare Patton left Feb. 1 to attend the
Ministers Conference at Asbury Field Seminary, Wilmore, Ky. They visited
their son and family,
Stephen
Patton, ’ in
Lexington, Ky., and went to
Chattanooga, Tenn., to visit
another son and family,
Brian Patton. Sunday, Rev.
Clare Patton delivered the
sermon at the Ridgedale
Methodist Church where
Brian is pastor. The Patton’s returned to Cass City
Tuesday, Feb. 9.
Miss Shelley LaPeer
spent Saturday with her
grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gaylord LaPeer.
Mr. and .Mrs. Dennis
Rienstra and family of Harrison were Sunday dinner
guests of his parents, Pete
and Lorene Rienstra, in
celebration of Lorene’s
birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Kozan left Monday, Feb. 8,
for Muncie, Ind., and spent
the night with their son and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Kozm Jr. Tuesday, they all
left for Nashville, Tenn.,
and spent until Saturday
when they returned to Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Kozan returned to Cass City
Sunday.
Mrs. Paul Craig attended
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron the Christian Women’s
Fisher of Williamston and Club luncheon in FrankenMr. and Mrs. George muth Tuesday, Feb. 9.
Fisher Sr.were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Paul Craig attended
Midweek Lenten services Arthur Fisher and son a birthday celebration for
will start at Good Shepherd David.
Mrs. Alva McNeil Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Lutheran Church, Wednesat
the home of Mr.and Mrs.
LaPeer had Mr. and Mrs. day at 7:30 p.m. Pastors of
Sunday visitors of Mr. John Homakie Sr.in UnionLynwood LaPeer as Sun- the Thumb West Circuit and Mrs. Don Whittenburg ville .
day morning guests.
will participate in a pulpit were her granddaughter,
exchange during the Zen- Miss Kathy O’Dell, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Decker
Clarence Zapfe and ten series.
friend, Bob Tompkins of of Big Rapids spent the
Roger Godbey of Clio spent
Bannister.
weekend with her mother,
Saturday with Mrs. Lyle
A meeting of the Apple
Mrs. Harold Craig.
Zapfe.
Computer Club will be held
B J Haire, Lynn Haire
at the Kilrnanagh school and son Jimmy and Susie
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Edward Blades and son Thursday at 7 p.m.
of
Plymouth,
Sroka,
all
Morel1
went to Caro Sunday
Danny of Canton spent
spent
the
weekend
with
the
and
took
Mrs. Daisy
Saturday with his mother,
Hodges out for dinner.
Michael and Stacey John Haire family.
Mrs.Elsie Blades.
Richards of Orlando, Fla.,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles announce the birth of their
Meg’s Peg
Wright of Gagetown spent daughter, Jessica Dutcher
Tuesday with his parents, Richards, Sunday, Feb. 7,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles at 9 a.m. at Orange Regional Medical Center, OrWright.
lando. She weighed 7
Mr. and Mrs. Max Agar pounds, 11% ‘ounces, and
were in Lapeer Friday and was 21 inches long. Pateror 21
visited her sister, Mrs. nal grandparents are Dr.
Russell
and
Harriet
Della Wright.
Richards of Lake City, Fla.,
By Melva E. Guinther.
formerly of Cass City. MatDaniel Hennessey, who ernal grandparents are
has been hospitalized. at St. Pete and Edna Dutcher of
remembered
the
Proofreading can be a ter
Mary’s in Saginaw, had Caseville.
remark
and
thankless, frustrating task. coach’s
heart surgery last Tuesday.
In 30 odd years at the job changed it back to Leffler.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger
(some
odder than others), After considerable deWright of Kalamazoo spent
Enguged
from Thursday until Sun- I’ve never received an bate over the questionable
day with his parents, Mr. award, or even a compli- f , the proofreader called the
ment, for all the errors that school, where a secretary
and Mrs. Charles Wright.
didn’tget printed. It’s those checked the records and
that slip past that we hear confirmed that Lefler is
correct. And so it appeared
about.
OES Chapter
We’re like baseball in the paper.
Two weeks later, the
players who only have their
initiates Nordquist strikeouts
recorded, or wrestlers were featured
musicians whose audience again and the coach had
More than 20 persons at- regards only the occasional clearly written Leffler retended a regular meeting flat note. Woe is us!
peatedly. In the meantime,
of the Echo Chapter of the
In our never ending quest the alert proofreader had
Order of the Eastern Star for accuracy, my associate observed another Leffler
at the Masonic Temp1e“rin and I scour the stories and listed on the Intermediate
Cass City Feb. 10, when the ads in search of elusive School honor roll.
chapter initiated Peggy typos. We look up words in
Doubts arose.
Nordquist .
So she called the lone
the dictionary, cities in the
The chapter has slated a ZIP Code book,people and Lefler in the Cass City
card party for 7:30 p.m. events in the almanac, phone book, who disavowed
Feb. 20, and will honor past names and addresses in the lad in question. Then
matrons and patrons dur- phone books.We use a mag- she called an acquaintance
ing its next regular meet- nifying glass to decipher il- named Lefler at her place
Brenda K. Schember
ing, set for March 9. Both legible scrawls. Oh how we of employment. She doesn’t
Mark W. Stover
activities will be held at the try !
know him either.
Masonic
Temple.
Bob, if you’ll call The
But despite our noble inLyle Schember of Alletentions and diligent ef- Chronicle office, I promise
gan and Mrs. Marcia
to file your name, spelled
Schember of Cass City an- Organic Growers forts, we can’t win ’em all.
Here’s a scenario that oc- correctly, in my “Notewornounce the engagement of
thy Names in the News”
curred recently.
their daughter, Brenda K.,
The high school wrestling file for future reference.
to Mark W. Stover, son of meet Thursday
With our luck, we’ll probcoach gave the Chronicle
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
The Thumb Area Chapter writer statistics for a story ably discover that his name
Stover of Cass City.
the Organic Growers of and emphasized that Bob isn’t Bob.
The bride-elect will be a of
Michigan will meet Thurs- Leffler’s name is spelled
1988 graduate of Cass City day, Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at
with 2 fs.
High School.
the Kingston Fire Hall
The proofreader, not Workshop set
Her fiance is a 1984 Family
Center, 1/4 mile, privy to the conversation,
graduate of Cass City High south of the blinking light
knows only Leflers and March 7 in Caro
School and is employed at on M46.
Lwfflers. Not assuming
Village Service Center.
Topic at this meeting will
Thumb area residents
A June 1989 wedding is be “Farm Dairy Opera- anything, however, she
checked
the
phone
book
and
are
invited to attend a free
being planned.
t ion.”
the computer Spell Check. bluebird workshop set for
For more information, Both
said “one f.” She March 7 at 7 p.m. at the
contact Keith Kirchner changed
the name.
Tuscola County Coopera(313) 688-3491 or Lee Purdy
While putting the story tive Extension Service in
(313) 6214977.
on the sports page, the wri- Caro.
The program will include
a video, slide presentation
and free posters as well as
other related handouts .
Fifty unassembled bluebird house kits will be available free to the first 50
families who attend the
program.
The workshop is being
held to help “bluebird
people” interested in learning how to help restore the
population of the onceabundant bluebird.
The coordinators of the
evening’s event are Phil
and Rose Albin of Caro. The
program is being sponsored
by the Department of
Natural Resources, Fisheries and Wildlife Department, and the 4-Hprogram
of Tuscola County.
Additional information is
available by calling 673-
One f
plus deposit
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Winner of PepsiCola Toboggan:
Karen Wills of Cam Citv
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HILLS AND DALES
GENERAL HOSPITAL
Phone 872-2121
Overeaters
Anonymous
Feb. 22
4-5 p.m. Basement
Cholesterol
Cooking
Feb. 22
Cass City
7-9 p.m. School
Dr. Girgis
Urologist
Feb.23
9 a.m.1 p.m. Clinic
8 a.m.Dr. Donahue
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DrSy
Feb. 24
1 p.m. Clinic
Feb. 25
1-3 p.m. Clinic
Feb.26
8 a.m.1 p.m. Clinic
1
Free blood pressure 8 a.m. - 8 P.m.
Respiratory, physical and speech therapy.
Health clinic available in the ER on holidays
and Fri. 6 p.m. until Mon. 6 a.m. every week.
Home health equipment for rent or sale.
For home health care cal I 1-800-358-4749.
Mammography by appointment.
Stop smoking and diabetic classes availWomen’s clinic every Wednesday. Call
893-2255 for an appointment.
5999.
Sat., Feb. 20
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Valorie Ward of Indianapolis, Ind., and Tom
Loomis of Ann Arbor were
united in marriage Saturday, Jan. 2, at St. Luke’s
United Methodist Church in
Indianapolis.
Rev. Kent Fischel of Ft.
Wayne, Ind., and Rev. Bill
Dornbush of Ionia, brotherin-law of the groom, performed
the
evening
candlelight ceremony.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Ward of Tell City, Ind., and
Ms. Retta Ward of Birmingham, Ala. The groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Loomis of Cass
City.
Miss Kay Loomis, the
groom’s sister, presented a
special piano prelude and
accompanied Mrs. Debbie
Cooklin, also the groom’s
sister, who sang “Not To
Us, Lord” and Miss
Michelle Rohyans, who
sang “Make Us One.”
Ms. Gladys Schraner of
Tell City read I Corinthians
13.
Miss Laura Smith of Indianapolis and Mrs. Lou
Ann Backer of Tell City.
The attendants carried
crimson poinsettias and
mauve roses, Their ivory
colored, tea-length dresses
were made of sparkling organza and satin.
Miss Brianne Dornbush
of Ionia and Miss Amy
Cooklin, both nieces of the
groom, were flower girl and
program attendant, respec.
tively.
Mike Loomis’ of Cass
City, cousin of the groom,
was best man. Groomsmen
were Jeff Loomis of Cass
City, cousin of the groom,
Earney Stoutenburg of Colorado Springs, Colo., and
Jeff Evrard of Chanhassen,
Minn., brother-in-law of the
bride. Bobby Evrard,
nephew of the bride, was
ring bearer.
The dinner and dance reception was held at the
Radisson Plaza Hotel of Imdianapolis for the couple and their 200 guests.
The bride is a graduate of .
Tell City High School and :
Anderson College and will ,
begin a masters program
in medical illustration in
the fall. The groom is - a ,
graduate of Cass City High ;
School and Anderson College. He is a research assistant in the Department of ’
Pathology at the University :
of Michigan.
The couple spent their .
honeymoon skiing in the;
mountains of Park City,.
Utah. They are living in‘
Ann Arbor.
The ivory wedding gown
of silk and imported Alencon lace was designed by
the bride, her mother and
sister, who wore it in 1982.
The lace covered bodice
and sleeves formed a design down the front that
flowed to the back and the
length of the long cathedral
train. The cathedral-length
veil was lined with Alencon
lace and formed a border
for the train. Her bouquet
was ivory and crimson orchids and ivory roses.
Mrs. Lita Evrard of
Chanhassen, Minn., sister
of the bride, was matron of That Popular and deliciouS
honor and Miss Wendy melon, the cantaloupe, gets
its name from the village 04
Ward of Indianapolis, also Cantalupo,
Italy, where it
the bride’s sister, was maid was first grown in Europe,
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JTPA program.
EDC extends deadline
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By Jim Fittgerald
mechanical operations that
justify this attitude, but not
always (you may not think
turning a key is a mechanical operation, but I think
it’s taught in engineering
school. Which is why I always tell bellhops awed by
my doorway incompetence
that I majored in litera-#
ture 1* In the wonderful,
crowded Tootie Van Kelley’s lobby saloon, a nearstranger let our party sit at
his table, and I promptly
spilled a drink on him. That
was automatic, but not
mechanical.
A George Bush delegate
took a bear home from the
Republican State Convention in Grand Rapids.
That’s not the same as taking a bus.
It was a bear into whose
belly dozens of newspaper
editors and publishers had
recently been talking. But
that’s not the weirdest
thing.
The weirdest thing was
when a publisher’s wife returned to her hotel room to
find a hotel maid lying on
the bed, crying.
This is not a criticism of
the splendid Amway Grand
Plaza Hotel, where these
weird things happened.
Any hotel can come up with
an occasional weepy housekeeper. She said she wasn’t
feeling well. Probably she
was suffering from overexposure to Michigan Republican leaders who -typical
of their high-level campaigning for president short-sheeted each other.
I did have trouble opening my room door. Twice I
had to get a hotel employe
to prove to me that my key
worked. I wbuld like to
blame the hotel, but the
truth is I always have trouble opening hotel/motel
doors. The trouble is my attitude.
My attitude is I will always behave like a klutz in
public. It is usually
KEEPING IT PRIVATE
IS THE KEY
I’ve grown beyond being
embarrassed when, after
failing to turn a key successfully despite 10 minutes
of sweaty struggling, I locate a 90-poundbellhop who
accomplishes the task with
a slight flick of his miserable, skinny little wrist.
Rather than blush or
sulk, I politely seek the bellhop’s counsel at $1 per minute, and usually learn how
to open the door by five minutes before checkout time.
The
important
thing
throughout this ordeal is
that my wife be completely
unaware of yet further
proof of who is King Klutz
of the World.
During the drive home
from Grand Rapids, L was
feeling grateful she’d been
elsewhere in the hotel while
I was kicking the door or
being counseled by a bellhop. My wife was wondering if we’d run out of gas
before I found a full-service
station. Another thing I
never do correctly is pump
gas.
When it comes to signs,
“Self Serve” frightens me
more than “Vicious Dog. ”
And I refuse to seek counseling from a professional.
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If I’d wanted gasoline dripping on my shoes, I
wouldn’t have majored in
literature. And if I don’t
want to hear my wife chortle at my gas-pump
technique, I drive forever
for the blessed sign of “Full
Service.”
I found one, and all I had
to worry about was signing
the credit card receipt. Except the attendant instructed me to write my car
license number. I never
know that number. Asking
him to read it to me from
the back bumper, I added
with a smile: “1’11bet a lot
of people don’t know their
own license number.”
“NO,”he said. And my
wife chortled for 30 miles.
As for the guy who took a
bear instead of a bus home,
it wasn’t a real bear, it was
a real telephone. For the
amusement of members of
the Michigan Press Association, whose convention
coincided with the GOP’s,
General Telephone raffled
off a teddy bear phone with
the mouthpiece in its belly.
And when the person on the
other end of the line talks,
the bear’s mouth moves. I
wanted that bear for my
grandchildren.
But it was won by A1
Bransdorfer, in Grand
Rapids for two. reasons.
He’s publisher of the Clare
Sentinel and was also a
GOP Bush delegate. I’ve
known Bransdorfer for 30
years, and it’s my informed
contention that he’s more
Republican than journalist.
So it was terribly unfair for
him to get a bear intended
for a journalist, especially
me *
Before the GOP presidential nominee is picked in
August, ex-TV evangelist
Pat Robertson should perform a miracle and turn a
Bush delegate’s bear into a
rump roast.
The deadline for business
firms to participate in the
Tuscola County Economic
Development
Corporation’s Added Incentive
Program was extended at
the EDC’s Feb. 3 board
meeting.
The program is designed
to reward companies that
hire employees through the
Job Training Partnership
Act program, and was approved by the EDC board
last October,
EDC Director James
McLoskey said $5,OOO ,of
added incentive awards
were scheduled to be made
to companies hiring people
through Dec. 31, 1987, but
the program is now extended through March 31 of
this year.
“The board felt that more
companies should have an
opportunity to apply for this
money, and the members
hope this extension will do
the job.”
McLoskey said the Tuscola County EDC will be
able to make awards of $500
per employee hired to a
maximum of 10 commercial, retail and rnanufacturing businesses.
Companies wishing to be
considered for this funding
are asked to submit a onepage application to the
EDC. Awards to be made
will be joint awards from
the Tuscola County EDC,
the Thumb Area Consortium and the Thumb
Growth Alliance.
McLoskey said companies awarded the funding
will be asked to assist in the
promotion of JTPA benefits
and the programs.
Persons who would like
to apply for the Added Incentive Program can call
the EDC at 673-2849. The
agency also has $5,000 to be
awarded in its Customized
Counseling Program.
In other action, the EDC
board appointed James
Fryer of Reese to the revolving loan fund committee, and members were told
of arrangements made by
State Senator James Bar-
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Just when it looked as if
the continuing feud between Cass City and Owendale-Gagetown was abating, gas was thrown on the
embers and the school districts are at it hot and heavy
again.
As is usually the case, you
can put the blame on either
district depending on which
camp you are coming from.
And, as is usually the case,
innocent bystanders are the
ones that suffer the battle
scars.
This all started when a
group of property owners.
decided that they wanted to
transfer to the Cass City
district from the OwenGage district and did over
a decade ago. Owen-Gage
objected and a series of
court cases resulted with
the final supreme court decision confirming the transfer of several parcels of
land to the Cass City district.
It’s easy to understand
why members of the Owen-
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Don’t think that General TeleDhone has fornotten
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since. phone calls you mide over Christmas or any
The Thumb’s oldest resident, Cecilya Lenda of
Caro, was feted at a 102nd
birthday party attended by
5 generations of the family
and friends at the Tuscola
County Medical Care Facility Feb. 4.
Although infirm, Mrs.
Lenda is still alert and confident that she will be
around to mark her 103rd
year. She knows how things
should be, her daughter,
Ann, says and is quick to
point out when things aren’t
done that way.
Friends and relatives attended from Cass City,
Caro, Bad Axe, Warren,
Elkton, Detroit and Hamtramck.
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Local GenTel customers have not b e n billed for long
distance calls since Nov. 20. And it’s not our fault, says-8y
Gen-Tel operator. Put the blame on AT&T,she says.
A computer foul-up (what else?)has delayd getting the
records to Gen-Tel and from them to you.
But the honeymoon is coming to the end for patrons.
Those delayed long distance bills start arriving with
February bills and will be caught up by the time March
billings roll around, the Gen-Tel operator reports.
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Want to win a bet? The next time you are out to lunch, bet
the check that the person can’t name all the businesses on
both sides of downtown Main Street. Try it.
In a rundown on new businesses last week, we overlooked
one of the newer ones, The Carousel, o p e d just before
Christmas and operated by Sandy Kozan.
Naming the newer ones should be easier than naming
them all and I flunked that test even though I walk by every
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Caro-Cass City athletic competition continues to have
strong spectator appeal. This year the Tigers have won just
2 games and Cass City is practically out of the race for the
Thumb B Association title, yet the game Friday in
miserable weather attracted a crowd as large as any this
season.
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ANN LENDA is ready to help her
mother, Cecilya Lenda, cut the cake
marking her 102nd birthday.
Dave Asher and his wife, Sharon, natives of Cass City,
now live in Chandler, Ariz., where he is an executive with
Inertia Dynamics Corp.
In the short time that he has been with the company (1%
years) Asher writes, the firm has grown from a $4o,million
to a $70 million company. The corporation has started a
long-term expansionproject. The initial step is an 82,000square-footmanufacturing facility.
The corporation was recently taken over by Ryobi
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for Feb. 23 in Bay City to
discuss various projects.
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cia and Representative
Dick Allen to have testimony presented on the M24 extension project. The
Michigan Department of
Transportation
has
scheduled a public hearing
by John Haire
Cass City
Gage board who served
during this time harbor bitter resentment to anything
or anyone connected with
Cass City Schools.
A month ago it appeared
as if there might be a thawing of the relationship when
the Cass City board approved a transfer for the
year of the 2 children of the
James Brinkmans to OwenGage when it was discovered that the family lived
in the Cass City district.
The children were already
attending school in the
Owen-Gage district.
The tacit agreement in
the minds of the Cass City
board members was to continue to allow the children
to attend at Owen-Gage if
the 0-G board reciprocated.
That went up in smoke
last week when 2 students,
now attending Campbell
Elementary, were refused
permission to continue in
Cass City.
There is no financial gain
for Owen-Gage tied to the
.lumber of students attending. There is for Cass City
because of a complicated
formula for money paid to
the district by the state.
In this particular incident
the financial gain for either
district would be a wash as
there are 2 students affected in each district.
So what it will probably
boil down to is that both districts will be teaching students that would rather be
elsewhere with no financial
benefit to either. (Students
could transfer without approval by paying a hefty
tuition to their home district, but that is not a viable
option for most families.)
In this one case, anyway,
it’s not necessary for either
district to make the first
move. There doesn’t have
to be any change in the relationships of the districts
for that matter. A mutual
agreement to allow both
transfers is all that it takes.
The adults can continue
to fight as long its it pleases
them, but if they really
have the interest of the kids
at heart they would act
uickly and decisively to let
%e kids go to school in adjoining districts.
If neither you or your spouse is an active participant in an
employer-sponsored retirement plan, your IRA contribution
is 100% deductible.
But if you or your spouse are active participants in an em-’
ployer-sponsored retirement plan, your IRA contribution
deduction is based on your adjusted gross income. The chart
below is intended to act as a guide in giving you an estimate
of the deductible amount of your contribution. Contact your
tax consultant for further information.
FILING STATUS
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49,000
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THUMB NATIONAL BANK IRA RATES
FOR FEBRUARY, 1988
APR
APR
31 Year Investment
8.1 09%
4 Year Investment
8.25%
Substantial IRS penalties and interest penalties for early withdrawal from IRA‘S
before age 59 %.
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The ongoing scrap paper 10 a.m. to one p.m. They
drive conducted by 129 girls check all papers for trash
in the 10 troops in the Mid- or mail and staCk them in
Thumb Girl Scouts has a designated area.
been successful because of
the excellent cooperation of In addition they erect
the community and the de- posters before each. drive
dication of the scouts, says and Place a notice m the
Kay Warner, who directs Cbonlcle.
the scouts who live in the Collections are made on
Cass City and Owen-Gage the first Saturday of each
school districts.
month. The next collection
will be Mar. 5 and papers
Selling paper is not a get should be taken to the side
rich quick proposition. The door of the building housing
girls have been collecting the VFW, Warner said.
papers for about a year and When enough papers
have earned about $270. have accumulated they are
The work is divided among taken to a recycling firm in
the troops, who take turns Bay City. We've been very
at the receiving station on fortunate to have trucks
Main Street, working from and drivers donated for the
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Sunday, Feb. 7, Alec
Turner was honored on the
occasion of his 91st birthday when several relatives
gathered at his home in Columbia Corners. They enjoyed ice cream and a birthday cake baked by Joyce
Tumer, and an afternoon of
cards. Those present were
Mr, and Mrs. Jim Turner of
Cass City, Mrs. Vince Romain of Caro, Gerry Carolan and Marian Comment.
Last Saturday Mr. and
Mrs. Mike Pisarek Sr, and
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pisarek
Jr. and family visited at the
Greenbrier Care Center in
Howell,
where
Mrs.
Pisarek's niece, Dorothy
Wherly, is a resident.
Madelyn and Jay Pitcher
of Sebewaing were last Sunday callers at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll.
Mrs. Mable Ondrajka
hosted dinner last Saturday
at Kryziaks in Bay City in
honor of the 27th weddin
anniversary of her son an
daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. John Ondrajka of
Marlette, and the birthday
of her son, Amasa Ondrajka of Unionville. Guests
were the John Ondrajkas
and Krista and the Amasa
Ondrajkas,
Margaret,
James and a friend. The
group was joined by Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbert Koch and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Geiger, Brian and Sandy,
all of Unionville, and Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Koch of
Grass Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Pisarek Sr., Leonard and
Birney and Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Pisarek Jr. attended
the funeral last Wednesday
of Ed Marsh at the Church
of St. Albert the Great in
Dearborn. Arrangements
were by the Querfeld Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lawrence (Ada)
Salgat became ill while visiting in Port Huron and was
taken to the Port Huron
Hospital. Shel was later
transferred to Harper Hospital in Detroit where she
underwent by-pass surgery
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard
Doerr of Caseville entertained for lunch last Tuesday, Sister Nancy Ayotte,
IHM, Velma Helwig, Gerry
Carolan and Harry and Gen
Kehoe.
first 2 trips by Walbro Corporation and Gail Bennett,
Warner said, and would ap:
preciate another volunteer
for the third trip, which is
due to be made anytime
now. We hate to ask for second trips from Walbro or
Bennett.
The cooperation from the
community has been fantastic, Warner confides.
When we make the trip, to
Bay City, all the girls get
together to load the trucks.
The payoff for the scouts
will come in June when the
money is divided among the
troops participating for use
in summer activities, including camping and $pecia1 trips.
Mrs.Marian Lenhard of
Reese died last Sunday at
Bay Medical Center and
her funeral took place Wednesday at St. Elizabeth
Catholic Church, Reese,
with
Father
William
O'Shea officiating. Among
those attending the wake
service or the funeral were
Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Cartwright of Unionville,
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lenhard
of Howell, Tom Lenhard of
Bad Axe, Mary Downing,
Shirley Lenhard and Harry
and Gen Kehoe.
Mrs. Sadie Tait of Caro
and Mrs. Gerry Carolan
were callers Wednesday at
the home of Aura Beaudon
of Caro.
Elger Generous returned
home Friday after several
days a t a g i n a w General
Hospital.
On the occasion of her
birthday Saturday, Mrs.
Joe Leyva had as guests her
children and their families,
her sister, Leila Martinez
of Pontiac and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hineojosa, also of
Pontiac, and her aunt,
Chente Diaz of Cass City.
Matthew
Pisarek,
brother of Mike Pisarek,
celebrated his 100th birthday Wednesday at a party
at the home of his daughter,
Joan Arlery of Indianapolis, Ind. The Mike
Pisareks were unable to attend.
Willa and Wen Birch ofi
Bay City were Saturday
luncheonjguests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kehoe.
Snowy road conditions
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Gradys Village Coffee
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The Elmwood Extension
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the home of Helen Stock
with 7 members and 3
guests attending. After a
short business meeting,
during which the group discussed Homemakers Nite
to be held April 28 at the
Gagetown
Methodist
Church, Sister Nancy
Ayotte gave a demonstration of Origami, and members made sample Peace
Cranes. She also showed
several methods of folding
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C A S CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1988
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
Ubly voters
Your neighbor says
face 4-mill
hike request Awareness of health
problems is motivation
is already on probation in
terms of its accreditation
through the University of
Michigan. The accreditation would be dropped altogether with further program cuts, he said.
Ubly School officials
have had little luck with
millage requests recently.
Voters defeated by at least
150 votes requests for a 2.2mill hike in elections held
June 8 and Aug. 20, and defeated by about the same
margin a reduced request
of 1.4 additional mills Oct.
30.
Veronica’s
burglarized
Feb. 10111
The burglary of Veronica’s Restaurant in Cass
City last week remains
under investigation by the
Cass City Police Department,
Mike Gaszczynski told
police Thursday that the restaurant, 6234 Main st., was
broken into sometime after
8 p.m. Feb. 10 but before 6
a.m. the irext day. He reported $60 taken from a
cash register.
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All of us at one time or
another have made commitments to lead healthier
lives as today we can no
longer just worry about infectious diseases, but we
also should be concerned
with chronic diseases
which are brought on by behavioral patterns.
Your neighbor, Helen St.
Louis, says she is aware of
some of the health problems, such as high blood
pressure, high cholesterol
counts and heart attacks
that are the consequences
of chronic diseases, and is
doing something to combat
them.
“I joined an exercise
class which meets twice a
week,” says the Cass City
High School graduate.
In addition to her exercise class, Helen also likes
to ski and bowl during the
winter months, as she finds
it easy to stay fit during the
summer.
Helen, who is employed
by Cass City Oil and Gas,
felt that one of the best
exercises you can do is to
push yourself away from
the dimer table. “I’m usually dieting,” said the 22-
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Ms. St. Louis, who has
never smoked, says one
major weakness she would
like to be able to drop is the
fact that “I’m hooked on
French fries.”
When asked if she does
anything else to live a healthier life, Helen had some
sound advice, “Wear your
seat belt.”
Helen is the daughter of
Roger and Sharon St. Louis
of Caro.
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of the year. Schelke resigned to become Intermediate Principal.
Bob Stickle, who was
nominated last year and
overlooked by the committee in charge, was named
again as the person to be
honored from the Cass City
district as the person who
has made a special contribution to youth and
youth’s programs. The
board will check with au-
thorities to see if another
person can be named because of the committee
snafu last year.
Ben Hobart was named
to represent Cass City at
the Intermediate School
District budget hearing
slated Monday, Feb. 29.
Barbara Kim, teacher at
Deford Elementary School,
was sent a letter of appreciation for the time she spent
practicing and accompanying students for the band
solo and ensemble festival.
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Farmprices up
in January
Holbrook Area News
Higher prices for cattle,
hogs, broilers and eggs led
January farm prices to a
2.4% increase over December, according to the
U S . Department of AgPaul Sweeney and Jesriculture. Average prices
‘sica
of Saginaw and Mr.
for the month were 7.4%
higher than they were in and Mrs. Dale Hind were
Saturday guests of Edanna
January of 1987.
Beef cattle prices ’were Sweeney and David.
Mrs. Ken Osentoski was
$2.90 per hundredweight
a
Saturday forenoon guest
higher in January than in
December while calf prices of Mrs. Alex Cleland and
rose $3.10 per cwt. for the Carol Laming.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe
month. Poultry and egg
prices were 3.1% higher Campbell and Kathy of
and
Danny
than the previous month. Utica,
Vegetable prices were 5.6% Campbell, Todd and Tim of
higher in January than the Romeo were Saturday
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
previous month.
Turkey prices slipped Allen Farrelly .
Mr. and Mrs. Marty
lower for the month and
dairy went dawn slightly Chockley of New Baltimore
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Mrs. Evans Gibbard.
spent Tuesday with Lillian
Otulakowski and Stella
Leszczynski.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hunt
were Tuesday eveping
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Shagena.
Jim Jackson was a
Thursday overnight guest
of Don Jackson and Mrs.
George Jackson.
Reva Silver visited LRah
Weihl and Martha Robinson at Provincial House
Monday afternoon.
.Mrs. Steve Rickett and
Cory of Redford, Mr. and
Mrs. Marty Chockley of
New Baltimore, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Cleland, Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Cleland
and Mr. and Mrs. Jamie
Doerr were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
D m r r and Jeff in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cleland’s birthdays.
Mrs. John Walker and
Edanna Sweeney went to
McAlpine Funeral Home in
Bad Axe Monday to pay respects to Leo Depcinski.
Margaret Carlson came
home Friday after spending 3 days in Huron Memorial Hospital in Bad Axe.
Mr. and Mrs.Jim Hewitt
were Friday overnight and
Saturday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Kirk Powers and family a t Port Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. Orben Wilkens of Pontiac were Friday and Saturday guests of
Mrs. Angus Sweeney.
Mrs. Bruce Warner and
Mrs. George Jackson visited Margaret Carlson at
Huron Memorial Hospital
in Bad Axe and later had
dinner in Bad Axe.
Kathryn Tyrrell spent
Wednesday and Thursday
with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
O’Bermiller and sons at
Midland and Wednesday
evening attended a preschool open house for John
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group met at the home of
Mrs. Hiram Keyser Thursday for a noon luncheon.
The business meeting was
conducted by Chairman
Mrs. Hiram Keyser. ?e
lesson on school financing
was given by Mrs. Evans
Gibbard.
The next meeting will be
held a t the home of Mrs.
Stuart Nicol March 10.
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Mrs. Alex Cleland, Carol
Laming and Mrs. Curtis
Clelayd visited at the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ron
Fox and Mr. and Mrs.
Cleatus Howey Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Farrelly were Monday evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bartle and Tommy in
Cass City.
Ron Pierce, Sue and
Adam of Wyandotte spent
the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. John Walker. Other
guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Prill and family of
Bad Axe, Kim Walker, Rick
Peters, John Walker,
Laura Blett, Agnes Martin
and Jeff Kanaski.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bredow
of Bad Axe were Tuesday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Hewitt ,
Mr. and Mrs.Jim Booms
of Harbor Beach were Sunday afternoon guests of
Abina Sweeney.
Mrs. Steve Rickett and
Cory of Redford, Mrs. Jim
Doerr and Jeff were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jamie Doerr.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
Jackson were Monday afternoon guests of Mrs.
Charlie Hendrick at Port
Austin.
Mrs. Evans Gibbard
spent Thursday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Moore
and family.
Danny and Shane O’Connor of Minden City spent
the weekend with Mr. and
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‘Mrs. Kevin Robinson and
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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doerr
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Jerry Cleland, Keiko and
Sandrena, Mrs. Bob Bailey
and daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Cleland, Mr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoxie,
Emily and Matt attended a
family night and potluck
supper at the RLDS Church
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evening.
Mrs. George Jackson visited Margaret Carlson
Monday afternoon .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hewitt
were Tuesday evening
guests of Mr. an,. Mrs.
Charlie Corbishley and
Charles in Bad Axe.
Jean Long was a Wednesday afternoon guest of Mrs.
J i m Doerr.
Mrs. Angus Sweeney was
a Thursday supper guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim A.
Sweeney and family in
honor of Wayne Sweeney’s
loth birthday.
Mrs. Dan Taylor of Ubly,
Mrs. Greg Moore‘of Snover
and Mrs. Evans Gibbard attended a bridal shower for
Nancy Riegel at the Sveden
House at Plymouth Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Steve Rickett and
Cory of Redford spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Doerr and Jeff.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
Jackson were Wednesday
supper and evening guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord
LaPeer in Cass City.
Mrs. Kevin Robinson
spent Thursday with Mrs.
Ray Michalski.
9TH GRADE
All A’s: Chris Fmendt,
Jandi Hillaker, Peter KappenB or Better: Robert Battel,
Kathleen
Bolton,
George Hawley, Angela
Hennessey, Chris Herringshaw, Jeffrey Jeung,
Michelle Johnson, Janet
Kubacki, Bryce McIntosh,
Tricia Opal, Tracey Patera, Randy Peasley, Ryan
Pringle, Lane Smith,
Merry Soldan, Julianne
Tracy, Steven Tuckey,
Melissa Zinnecker.
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lOTHGRADE
All A’s: Mike Bills, Steve
Bills, Scott Dillon, Jan
Erla, Judy Matthews,
Paula Merchant, Ken
Micklash, Jane1 Sweeney.
B or Better: Sandra
Bulla, David Coe, Josh Constas, Bobbi Fischer, Wendy
Hercliff, Jennifer Jamison,
Michelle Kelly, Carol
Kubacki, Douglas Marker,
Charlene Mellendorf, Keith
Mulrath.
Melissa
Osantowski,
Susan Papp, ,Garold PeasI
Name motivated
pupils at Cass City
Cass City Intermediate
Intermediate
School officials recently announced the school’s “motivated students” for February.
Pupils receiving the
honor are Kevin Storm,
Greta Coston and Melissa
Keller, all fifth graders,
and sixth graders David
Hutchinson, Mark Kubacki, Amie White and
Rachel, Malone.
Richard Hall, Mark Hampshire, Greg Hanby, Tanya
Hatmaker, Jack Hawley,
Angela Herron, Mark Hirn,
Tammy Hurd, Deanna
Hutchinson, Alice Kappen,
Kristina King, William Kin’
ney, Laura Kosal.
Aaron LaPonsie, Krisl l T H GRADE
tina Marshall, Chuck Mer
All A’s: Caren Britt, Wil- chant, Clint Messing, Dawk. liam Kappen, Scott King, Mulrath, Lisa Nicholas,
Janet Koch,Heather Mer- Krista Nurnberger, Jennifer Palmer, Ted Parchant, Roger Root *
B or Better: Tina Bal- ticka, Stacey Patera, Hilllard, Sally Broolcs, Tracy ary Pike, Chris Rabideau,
Reed,
Raquel
Dohning, Dawn Edzik, Jeff
Amy Francis, Brent Hall, Rockwell, Lisa Russell,
Jeffrey Hrycko, Sandra Brenda Severance, SanHutchinson, Andrea Isard, drina Simeon, Becky SmerKrista Iseler, Brian Jones, don, Holly Smith, Ryan
Brad Kamrad, Melissa Smith, Ray Stachura, Terri
Knowlton, John Kritzman, Summers, Jennifer Tracy
Nicole VanLith, Wendy
Jeffrey Krol.
Michelle Laming, Leann Wheeler, Shelly Woodruff,
LaRoche, Julie Loomis, Julia Wrona.
John Merchant, Darlene
Monroe, Patrick Murphy,
P a m Nieboer, David Nolan,
Ted Peasley, Cindy Powell,
meet
JoEllen m a t t , Connie Profit, Matt Rabideau, Kathy
An organizational meetRockwell, Connie Schneeberger, Adam Suzor, Paul ing to form an auxiliary
Tuckey, Leigh Voss, Steve chapter to Cass.City Vete
rans of Foreign Wars Post
A. Wright.
3644 has been rescheduled
for 7 p.m. khursday at the
12TH GRADE
Street.Hall on East Main
VFW
All A’s: David Burnette,
The meeting had been
Jane Dickinson, Mark
Gracey, Kathy Leino, scheduled for Feb. 11, but
Kathy Marshall, Darin was cancelled due to incleRabideau, Dan Tuckey, ment weather.
Women whose husband,
Matt Tuckey, Dean Whitson, father or brother
taker.
I3 or Better: Jennifer served overseas in conflict
Baker, Kevin Bergman, are eligible to join the au.
Curt Boerner, Lisa Britt, xiliary. Post spokesman
Barry Brown, Jeremy Jack Esau stated that disBrown, Jeremy Capps, trict officers will attend
Kathryn Connolly, Vickey Thursday’s meeting to ansEnglehart, Sandy Frank, wer questions.
ley, Beth Powell, Ida Remsing, Jason Robertson,
Christine
Rutkoski,
Timothy Rutkoski, Mary
Shagefia, Dale Smerdon,
Don Smith, Kevin Smith,
Chris Ventline.
Reschedule
VFW
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RACHEL AND HER CHILDREN: HOMELESS FAMILIES
IN AMERICA by Jonathan Kozol (non-fiction). Homelessness in the US.is epidemic - curreut estimates are 3 to 4
million - and laid-off middle-class workers are at risk. More
than half a million children are living in shelters, welfare
hotels or on the streets. These statistics take on frightening
urgency in this jolting firsthand report by the author. Kozol
spent months among the homeless whose depressing
stories, interwoven with his commentaries, tell of infant
deaths, malnutrition, hunger, loss of dignity and desperation.’Most of the case studies revolve around one welfare
hotel in New York. Kozol spotlights the bureaucratic
mechanisms that separate families and the indiffepence of
many communities to the homeless. He also emphasizes the
urgent need for lowcost housing, which he thinks only a
massive federal program could provide. This book forces
one to ask: “What are our national priorities?”
PERFECT GALLOWS by Peter Dickinson (fiction). This
novel is set near the end of World War I1 on an English
countrv estate. the Mimms. Part of the big cast of
splendidly realized characters are American soldiers
quartered on the grounds. But the story centers on
young Andrew Wragge, called to the Mimms by his uncle,
Sir Arnold Wragge, whose son Charles is presumed killed in
action. Refusing to be the old man’s substitute heir, the boy
allows nothing to circumvent his ambition to become known
as Adrian Waring, the world’s greatest actor, He stays only
because he’s persuaded to portray Prosper0 in a production
of The Tempest at a theatre on the grounds. The black
servant, Samuel Mkele, will play Caliban. During
rehearsals, Charles shows up, explaining he had lately
recovered from amnesia. The question of whether he is an
imposter arises, but the play goes on, with Samuel’s
performance a marvel that Adrian Waring never forgets,
even when he has achieved his highest goals on stage.
MONGOOSE, R.I.P. by William F. Buckley (fiction). It is
1963.Castro and Krushchev are bickering. With the help of
the CIA (Operation Mongoose), President Kennedy is
involved in 3 separate plots to assassinate Castro. The first
2 - presenting Castro with a toxic wetsuit and supplying his
mistress with poison pills (both were actually attempted)fail. The third, providing a disillusioned Castro protege
with a rifle (also a real CIA plan) looks the most promising.
Oakes is sent to Cuba to help coordinate the uprising that
will inevitably follow. Suddenly the CIA discovers that
Castro is about to l w c h a medium-range missile (left from
the Cuban missile crisis) at Dallas, Texas, and the president. It’s up to Oakes to prevent an escalation of the Cold
War.
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LAST WEEK’S WINNERS
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Juliet Patterson
Petrina Kritzman
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Petrina Kritzman, sixth
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school’s annual spelling bee
and will represent the
school in the county spelling beeto be held in Goshen,
Ind., March 12.
Before moving to Indiana
last summer, Petrina was
a student at Campbell Elementary School in Cass
City. She is the 11-year-old
daughter of Linda Kritzman of Elkhart and Peter
Kritzman of Bay City, both
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6605 E. Mlln. Cur ccly
8724374 or 872-4375
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Rotma [email protected],CPA * 872.3730
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715 E. Frank SI.,
Caro. MI
and
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Cas8 City, MI
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Teen Institute
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6312 Main Street
Cass City, MI 48726
(517) 8724532
4674 Hlll Street
Cess Clty
872-2323
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except Thursday
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Chiropractor
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21 N. Almer, Caro, Mich,
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4874 Hill St.
Cass City. Mlchigan
CAR0 FAMILY
DENTAL CENTER
Dalton P. Coe, D.D.S.
872-4446
1724725
Kenneth F. Tiseo, D.D.S.
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Monday fhru Friday 8-5 ,
Tues. and Thurs. Evenings
Saturday by Appointment
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Hoon K. Jeung, M.D.
Surgeon
Speciallst In Stomach
and Bowel Problems
Phone 673-2939
Emergency 883-3530
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily
Saturday - 9 to 12 noon
Closed Thursday
1
6230 Hospital Drive
Cass City, MI 48726
Phone 872-4611
Home 872-3490
Dr. E. Paul Lockwood
HEALTH CARE
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Closed Thurs. 6 Sat.
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NON-EMERGENCY
HEALTH CARE
$25
Phone 875-2765 Cam Clay
for Appolntmont
fee
Including phy&~n'r lee
andEknK:m
Beatrlz G. Martin, M.D.
No Appointment Necessary
lnlernel Medicine
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2 30-830 p m Saturdays
10 00 a rn E 30 p.m Sunday
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4672 Hill St.
Cass City, MI
Phone 8t2-4331
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HOSPITAL
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OFFICE HOURS:
Mom-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.rn.+Joon
HOME CARE
detected by kissing or tasting himher on the
forehead. Other symptoms
include recurrent wheezing, persistent coughing,
excessive
mucus,
pneumonia more than once
during childhood, excessive appetite but poor
weight gain, and clubbing
(enlargement) of
the
fingertips.
Cystic fibrosis is an inherited disease for which
there is no cure. In CF, a
thick, sticky mucu? clogs
the lungs and airways -creating breathing difficulties, high susceptibility to
infection, and lung damage. The mucus may also
interfere with digestion by
preventing the flow of enzymes into the small intestine, causing malabsorption of food.
Both parents must be carriers of the defective cystic
fibrosis gene. One of every
20 persons in the United
States is an unknown carrier. In Michigan alone,
there are about 500,OOosuch
carriers. Currently there is
no definite test available to
determine whether or not
an individual is a carrier.
Kiss your child ...and if
you detect an extremely
salty taste, consult your
doctor.
For more inform ation
about cystic fibrosis, please
contact the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation at 1-800-4430752 or 1-616-451-4225.
Feb. 27
The Human Development Commission's Substance Abuse Coordinating
Agency will be holding its
first Thumb Regional Teen
Institute Feb. 27 at Marlette High School in Marlette.
The Teen Institute is a
community effort, from the
counties of Huron, Sanilac,
Tuscola, St. Clair and
Lapeer, designed to provide students with the
knowledge and skills to assist in the development of
education and prevehtion
programs in their local
schools.
The one-day event includes workshops, groups
for
personal
growth,
games, socialization and
the Corner Theatre Troupe
from Ypsilanti, a peer
health Promotion program
using improvised skits and
discussion on teen issues.
The Thumb Regional
Teen Institute is sponsored
by
various
agencies,
businesses and organizations throughout the Thumb
Area.
Democrats set
committee meet
Tuscola County Democrat Committee Chairman
Margie Bell recently announced that there will be
a meeting of the committee
at the Tuscola County
Annex Building, Caro, in
the County Cornmissioners
room at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18.
All committee members
are encouraged to attend
and anyone wishing more
information about the committee or the Democrat'
party can call Membership
Chairman Ed Goralewski
at 673-2022, or Bell at 6733578,
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FIVE YEARS AGO
Winners from Cass City
High School in the recent
regional art exhibit at
Hampton Square Mall were
Beth Tuckey, Suzy Scollon
and Kris Clara. Miss Tuckey's water color still life,
which earned her a blue ribbon, has been sent to New
York, where it will be
shown at the national high
school art competition in
May sponsored by Scholastic Magazines, Inc.
Mr.and Mrs. Larry Konkel and Mr.and Mrs.Curtis
Cleland were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs.
Lynn Spencer.
Basil Quick of Cass City
demonstrated his silversmithing skills Feb. 4 to
third graders a t Campbell
Elementary School. He
showed the various tools
and kinds of silver he uses
and finally, pendants and
rings he makes.
About 80 attended the
Valentine youth banquet
Saturday evening a t Deford
Community Church. The
committee in charge of arrangements were Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Kelley and
Mrs. Louise Smith.
organization have been promoted to the management
team. They are c e o r e
Lapp, Herbert Rutkoki
and Elmer Francis, PreviOusly promoted
were
Clarke Cummings and
Stanley Guinther.
The first regular Duplicate Bridge Club meeting
is slated t h i s evening at
Martin's Restaurant with
games starting at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Gerald Prieskorn,
chairman, has invited area
bridge players to join.
player on the school football team.
James Gross and Harry
Little, delegates to the National Council Presbyterian
Men meeting in Chicago recently, were lay preachers
at the Cass City Presbyterian Church Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. -Lloyd
Bader received word from
their son, Pvt. Robert D.
Bader, that he arrived at
Camp Stoneman, Calif.,
Feb.
The13. WSCS of the
Gaeetown
35 YEARS AGO
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of Mrs. Fred Kinyon. The
worship service and missionary study were under the
direction of Mrs. Wallace
In a poll of students at
Assumption College in
Windsor, senior Jack Hool
of Gagetown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Wool, was
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TEN m A R S A G O
Ex-Cass Cityan Dr. Koert
Lessman has been appointed associate director
of the New Mexico State
University
Agricultural
Experiment Station. He
will be in charge of the station's research program,
which employs more than
100 scientists at the university's main campus in Las
Cruces.
Eleven attended the Feb.
13 meeting of the American
Legion Auxiliary. Hostesses were Mrs. Verna
McConnell, Miss Peggy
McConnell and Mrs. Lilah
Wilhelmi. At the close of
the business meeting,
games were played and refreshments served. The
door prize went to Mrs. Cas
Bartnik. '
Mr.and Mrs: Ron Decker
of Big Rapids spent the
week end with Mrs. Decker's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Craig.
Three tables of cards
were played when the
euchre club met Saturday
evening a t the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Buella.
High prizes were won by
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hendrick.
Low prizes went to Mrs.
Cliff Jackson and Frank
Laming. The next party
will be at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Copeland.
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Shave
Cream
Discount
Price
8 7$
12 Hr. Capsules
$259
$488
Value
Reg$4.88
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Tablets
100 Tablets
Reg. and Ass't. Flavors
25 YEARS A G O
A1 Avery, Cass City fire
chief, gave instructions on
artificial respiration and
use of the fire department
resuscitator at the Civil Defense class held Friday at
the American Legion Hall.
Two Cass City High
School Band members have
been named to the "1963
Greater Michigan All-star
Bands."
Named were
Betsy Jones, 10th grade,
flute, and Bill Dobbs,
senior, trombone.
Paul Alfano, office manager for General Insulated
Wire Works Inc. of Cass
City, this week announced
that three men within the
Discount
Price
$367
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$1
Reg. Priced $6.09
Toothpaste
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Discount
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Sat.
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4438 S. Seeger SI.
Cass Clty Phone 872-2255
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Farm and
Pel Anlmals
Phone 172.2936
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Nurslng:Occupatlonrl. Physlcal,
Speech Therapy
Nurse Aldrs up to 24 hours.
Medlcare and Medlceld certified.
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Cass City Bowling Leagues
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GUYS & GALS
Feb. 10, 1988
King Pins
Pros
Wrecking Team
Snafu
Walbro
Rookies
20v2
13
12
9%
g1/2
7‘12
High Series: D. King 610,
J . Schwartz 547, G. Kuck
543, D. Little 534.
High Games : D. King 228212, J. Schwartz 220, D. Little 211, G. Kuck 201.
Women’s High Series: S.
Matthews 536.
Men’s High Games: J.
Hacker 234, S.Quinn 211.
Men’s High Series: J.
Hacker 585, S. Quinn 570, F.
Schott 536.
High Team Game: Pin
Tippers 688.
High Team Series: Pin
Tippers 1935.
FRIDAY NIGHT
DOUBLES
Feb. 12, 1988
Cass City VFW #2
Dream Team
Cass City VFW #1
#Ones
Four Stars
Should A Been
S.O.A.
The Family
Bee Gees
Whatever
Odd Balls
Paisanos
10
10
a
M&G’s
Sandbaggers
Moose’s Folly
Rolling Relatives
Re-Racks
Sugar Makers
Easy Does It
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MERCHANETTE LEAGUE
Feb. 11, 1988
7
7
7
6
4
3
2
2
30
27
26
24
23
23
23
20
19
18
14
5
Men’s High Series: I.
Haley 553.
Men’s High Games: I.
Haley 236, L. Tracy 211.
Women’s High Series: C.
Women’s High Game: S.
Matthews 190.
223-215, M. Lefler 222-211,
w. Teets 221-210, L. Summers 221, P. Harmer 220212, J. Smithson 219, L.
Morgan 217, R. Custard 213,
M. Grifka 212, C. Karr 212.
MERCHANTS’ “B”
Feb. 10, 1988
6
5
5
Warju Flooring
D & D Construction
Herron Builders
Winter’s Truck Sales
Jaycees
Tuckey Concrete
Clare’s
Fuelgas
Cass Tavern
Charmont
Miller’s Chicks
311/2
28
54
Caro Chiropractic
Cass City State Bank
23
4
Croft-Clara
Lumber 22%
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4
Chemical Bank
3
’s
21
Kritzman
21
2
Konrad’s Bakery
21
2
Cass Citv SDOrtS
Kelly & eo.-Realty
21
Anrod Screen Cyl.
18
High Series: T. Comment
* 720, P. Brown 596, M. PriesSobczak Construction
IGA Foodliner
* korn 579, P. Berry 578, J.
*Points to be awarded.
Zawilinski 552, M. Lefler
.
HOLY ROLLERS
Feb. 7, 1988
Should of Beens
Schott’s Accounting
Pin Tippers
Auctioneers
Haley 480.
Women’s High Game: C.
Haley 199.
High Team Series: Four
Stars 1994.
High Team Game: Four
Stars 781.
-Skilled Care
-Intermediate
Care
-Custodial Care
For Policy Details Contact:
Harris & Company
517-872-2688
, Newell E. Harris
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TUSCOLA
Ropnd 2 Final
Miller Eggs, Inc.
Blue Water Harvestore
Hogan’s IGA
Kermit’s Crushers
D & F Signs
Doakers Pro Shop
Charmont
.
LaFave Steel
J & J Brinkman Farms
Larry’s Car Wash
Estech, Inc.
.
Cass City Sports
551.
500 Series: P. Corcoran
High Games: T. Corn253-235-232,
B.
McLachlan 251, p. Berry
234, M. Prieskorn 231, p.
Brown 226, M. Lefler 222,
200 Games: P. Corcoran N eBenitez 210220, S. D e h n g 219, J.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON
LaRoche 212, K. O’Dell208.
High Team Series: Caro
LADIES’ LEAGUE
Feb. 9, 1988
Chiropractic 2485.
High Team Game: Caro
Chiropractic 887.
Chemical Bank
16%
WWI
13
MERCHANTS’ “A”
Charmont Boozers
12%
Feb. 10, 1988
Georgine’s
12
Get Away Gang
10Y2
7 Country Gals
71/2
Char mont
Brentwood
7
Cass City Oil & Gas
6
High Series: K. Warner
Croft-Clara Lumber
6 532.
Cass City State Bank
5
High Game: K. Warner
Paul’s Urethane System 4 197.
4
High Team Series: GeorFuelgas
3 gine’s 1708.
Scott Chevy-Olds
2
High Team Game: GeorBest Five
2 gine’s 607.
New England Life
Kingston State Bank
1
1
THURSDAY MORNING
Kritzman’s
COFFEE LEAGUE
Feb. 11, 1988
High Series: J. Gagnon
683, T. Comment 682, J. Putnam 666, M. Lutz 620, M. Deford Country Gro.
20
Lefler 592, P. Robinson Kingston State Bank
15
592, W. Teets 589, R. CUS- Farm Credit Service
14
tard 588, P. Harmer 582, J. Pin Pals
10
Lefler 573, D. Englehart Family Circus
10
572, M. Grifka 571, K. De- Rosie’s Roses
3
Simpelare 566, L. Summers
566, L. O’Harris565, C. Karr
High Series: V. Taylor
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562, B. Musall 560, J. 511.
Smithson 560, P. Davis 556,
High Game: V. Taylor
L. Morgan 553.
195.
High Games: T. Corn- High Team &ria:
ment 265-237, J. Putnam Kingston Bank 1836.
248-215, J . Gagnon 247-227,
High Team Game:
P. Robinson 236, M. Lutz Kingston Bank 675.
s.
553,
DeLong 542, K.
O’Dell542, M.Miller 530, J.
LaRoche 526, G. Corcoran
502*
THURSDAY NITE TRIO
Feb. 11, 1988
End of Round 2
GET TOGETHERS “A”
merit
.
48
47
44
43
43
40
36
35
35
33
32
26
High Series: T. Comment
770, P. McIntosh 672, D.
O’Dell653,W. Harrison 614,
J. Smithson 601, R. Englehardt 594, D. Childs 589,
R. Rabideau 587, D. Miller
579, J. Zawilinski 579, M.
Lutz 578, F. Knoblet 576, S.
Murphy 572, B. McLachlan
566, L. Tracy 563, S. Miller
554.
High Games: T. Comment 269-267-234, P. McIntosh 245-224, J. Smithson
244, W. Harrison 234, J.
Zawilinski 234, R. Rabideau
232, D. O’Dell 229-219, D.
Childs 228, L. Tracy 222, S.
Murphy 218, R. Englehardt
217, M. Lutz 216, D.Miller
216, J. Fox 215, C. Comment
212, M. Diegel 210, B.
McLachlan 210.
High Team Series : Miller
Eggs, Inc. 2963.
High Team Game : Miller
Eggs, Inc. 1018.
Winner of Round 1: Doakers Pro Shop.
Winner of Round 2: Miller Eggs, Inc.
High Team Series to
Date: Blue Water Harvestore 3021.
High Team Game to
Date: Miller Eggs, Inc.
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The
Thumb
Area
Women’s Bowling Association Bowler of the Week for
Jan. 25-31 is Carolyn Haupt
with an actual series of 615.
She bowls for Lakeview
Tavern on the Wednesday
Night‘ Ladies’ League at
Minden Recreation Lanes,
Minden City.
Other 550 and higher
series bowled were: Pam
Corcoran, 611, Charmont,
Cass City; Lyla Merrick,
558, Biff’s, Kinde; Sue Lackowski, 557, Blue Water
Lanes, Harbor Beach ;
Carol Majeski 554, Almac,
Bad Axe; Alice Albrecht,
553, Pigeon Lanes; Vicki
Pipe, 553, Pigeon Lanes;
Kris ‘O’Dell553, Charmont,
Cass City, and Ethel Cunden, 552, Pigeon Lanes.
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[email protected]
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High Series: K. Northon
608, E. Robinson 587, N.
Willy 580.
High Games: K. Northon
244, R. Root 224, N. Willy
213, J. Guinther 210.
High Team Series: Rolling Hills 1823.
High Team Game: Kilbourn Service 645.
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Energy help
available for
needy families
The Human Development Commission will
again be offering the
Targeted Fuel Assistance
Program to provide eligible
households with one-time
fuel assistance benefits.
According to Mary Ann
Vandemark, executive director for the local Community Action Agency, a
contract has been awarded
to HDC from the Department of LaborBureau of
Community Services to
serve approximately 400
low-income households in
1153.
High Individual Series to Huron, Lapeer, Sanilac and
Date: Todd Comment 770. Tuscola Counties.
In order to receive
High Individual Game to
Date: Robert Custard 300. energy assistance, a houseHigh Individual Average hold must have an annual
to Date: Todd Comment income no higher than 125%
of the poverty guidelines. A
205.
household of one person
SUNDAY NO kOLLERS
cannot have an annual inFeb. 7, 1988
come of greater than $6,875
and a household of 4 per15 sons cannot exceed $14,000
Power Pistons
101/2 per year.
Gamblers
10
To be eligible, households
D&T’s
9’/2
D&D Construction
must also verify that their
9 home heating costs are at a
Intimidators
9
Hummers
“high level in relation to
8 their income.” .However,
J&J’s
7 persons with extremely low
Warju Flooring
6 income may be automatiBill’s Foodland
5 cally eligible. Persons need
Spuds
4
Designer Balls
not be in an emergency situ3
Road Runners
ation prior to applying for
the program.
Men’s High Series: R.
HDC also offers the Home
Custard 5 9 J. Dunham Weatherization Program,
548, K. Beachy 543, J. How- which helps families to conserve energy by installing
ard 543, D. Dickinson 541.
Men’s High Games: J. weatherization measures
Howard 224, D. Dickinson in the home.
Applications for the
221, B. Warju 218, J.
Targeted Fuel Assistance
Dunham 212.
Women’s High Series: P. Program are available by
Corcoran 557, L. Beachy contacting the HDC office
in the appropriate county :
528, J. Yost 509.
Car0 office - (517) 673Women’s High Game: P.
4121.
Corcoran 213.
Sandusky office - (313)
High Team Series:
648-4497.
Power Pistons 2286.
Lapeer office - (313) 664High Team Game: In7111.
timidators 816.
Bad Axe office - (517) 269-
Bowler of
the week
$2600
Cash
30‘/z
Kilbourn Serv.
29
Northon Const.
Rolling Hills
28
26
Scott Chevy-Olds
24
Cass City IGA
24
Quaker Maid
Croft-Clara
23
20’12
Kilbourn Tech
Anthony’s Party Store 18
Jacques Seeds
16
15
Nelesco
16
Spaulding Bldg.
Voices traveling “at the
speed of light” will result
from a $131,594 fiber optic
cable project to be installed
by GTE between Cass City
and Kingston, according to
Kevin Hammer, GTE district manager.
Beginning March 3, more
than 9 miles of fiber optic
cable will be placed from
the Kingston telephone office north to the intersection of Deckerville and
Kingston Roads and from
the Cass City telephone office south to the intersecRoads.
tion
of River and Cemdery
Approximately 1.77 miles
of the cable will be placed
on poles. The remaining
7.35 miles of cable will be
buried underground in a
process similar to plowing
-- a method by which
specialized
equipment
slices through the ground
and automatically places
cable 4 feet below the surface -- but will plow deeper
with less vibration for the
optic cable because it is
made of glass.
The connecting; lines will
enable toll calls from
Kingston to Saginaw to be
routled through Cass City.
The plans are part of an
on-going project started
last year that will allow new
equipment to be placed in
the area by 1990. The equipment will receive and send
out telephone calls more
clearly and also provide
more space for private telephone lines.
Fiber optic cable has advantages over other kinds
of telephone cable. Because
it is made of glass, fiber
optic cable is immune to
electrical
interference,
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Senior citizens are asked
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Construction on the new
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expected to be completed
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1988.
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Astigmatism
is
a
defect of the cornea that
does not permit light
rays passing through it
to meet in a single focal
point.
When
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to
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tend
Headaches,
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Most people have at
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because
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perfectly round (sperical)
as nature intended them
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sphere, the more one
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may
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Generally,
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astigmatism
coexists
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prescription
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correction for any other
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PH. 872-4375
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Huron County Cooperative Extension official
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begin Feb. 16 and end April
15.
Producers interested in
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by March 11.
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appointments throughout
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PAGE NINE
C A S CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1988
Former Iran captive
Mahmoody shares message of
strength with area residents
by Tom Montgomery
News Editor
BETTY MAHMOODY (right) and sister Shirley Hoffman, Cass City, take a moment together following Mah-
moody’s talk Thursday evening in Cass City.
As followers of the
Ayatollah Khomeini celebrated another year of their
leader’s regime in Iran last
week, a quiet spoken Michigan woman described to a
Cass City audience life in
the oppressive, war torn
country.
Some 275 Thumb residents braved ,Thursday’s
raging snow storm to hear
Betty Mahmoody speak at
Cass City High School.
Her description of life in
Iran enthralled the crowd
at times.
She told of a newscaster
whose tongue was cut out
for not speaking against
America, a woman shot be-
AFTER VISITING AREA schools, Betty Mahmoody spent a few hours
talking with residents and autographing copies of her book at Rawson Memorial
Library, Cass City. The library sold 167 copies of the book, which is set to be
released as a movie in December.
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cause a portion of her hair
wasn’t covered, the smell
of burning flesh after a
bomb killed 80 children,
young boys used by soldiers
to walk land mines.
Mahmoody, who along
with her young daughter,
Mahtob, was held captive
in Iran by her husband before escaping a little more
than 2 years ago, shared a
message of strength and
conviction with her audience.
“My book has a message
to American men and
women,” she said of the recent best-seller, ‘&NotWithout My Daughter,” which
chronicles
Mahmoody ’s
ordeal in Iran.
Referring to women who
are viltims of verbal and
physical abuse in their own
homes, she remarked,
“Many women are afraid
of their husbands. If I can
be strong enough to get myself and my daughter out of
our situation @ Iran, certainly other wo’men. .can
be strong. They don’t have
to be weak.”
“We need to educate the
judicial system. We need to
make people aware,”
Mahmoody continued. She
explained that her situation--an American woman
married to a foreigner-isn’t uncommon.
In cases where such a
woman attempts to secure
a divorce, the judicial system requires the father to
be made aware of where
the mother and children are
living for visitation, which
can result in the children
being kidnapped by the
father, Mahmoody said, adding that there are more
than 2,400 cases of children
being kidnapped and taken
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rights, but irl reality,
women in Iran have no
rights,” she stated. “Even
in your own home, if you’re
praying with your husband,
the woman is always behind the man.”
Mahmoody described life
for women in Iran since the
revolution, saying that they
are not allowed to work in
any position that is superior
to a man, and they have no
purchasing power.
Women also are not allowed to show any skin or
wear makeup, nail polish
or perfume. Special police
patrols look for violators,
who may be shot.
She recalled _having fallen asleep while riding
home in a car one evening.
.“When I woke up, I had a
rifle barrel in my face and
a man screaming at me in
a language I didn’t understand,” Mahmoody said,
adding that she could have
been shot because a bit of
her hair had become uncovered.
The revolution and war
have changed Iran drastically, she observed.
The government stresses
an education system that
discourages independent
thinking, and Iranians, including children, are
taught to be willing to give
their lives in war.
“The American government and the American
p q p l e can’t understand the
mentality of these people.
They’re raised and trained
to die.”
Mahmoody pointed out
that children are urged to
actively join the war effort
by “carrying water for the
soldiers.” Boys, 8 to 10
years old, voluntarily ride
to the front to do just that,
she said, adding, “They
don’t carry water, they
walk land mines. Their
families never see them
again.”
would feed her family plus
company for 2 months.
Mahmoody says that she
and her daughter are both
doing well in terms of coping with their ordeal. But
vivid memories remain,
many of which focus not on
needs, but rather on survival in Iran, where death is
one of few certainties.
“The worst memory I
have of Iran is the smell of
burning flesh and gun powder,” she recalled.
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A recurring theme emphasized by Mahmoody
throughout her talk was
Americans’ wastefulness.
In Iran, food, electricity
and many conveniences are
either rationed or available
only to those who can afford
the cost and obtain government permission. Supplies
are uncertain, she recalled,
adding that 1 1/2 chickens
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COULDN’T HELP
“You can not take your
constitution into a (foreign)
country,” she commented.
“In Iran, my government
couldn’t help me.”
Mahmoody’s 75-minute
talk included a brief description of the nightmare
she and Mahtob endured,
but much of the speech was
devoted to a graphic description of life in Iran.
The pairTs story began
Aug. 3, 1984, when she,
Mahtob, now 8, and her Iranian born husband, Moody,
arrived in Tehran for a 2week visit. Moody, a doctor, had lived in this country for 25 years after leaving Iran at the age of 18. He
and Betty had been married for 7 years.
After the 2-week visit
with relatives, Moody announced that the family
would not be returning to
the United States.
Betty and Mahtob endured beatings, death
threats and separation
from one another during
the 18 months that followed.
Betty received no help from
the US. government, and
her plans to escape, or die,
were hampered by the fact
that she had a child whom
she would not leave behind.
Through a series of what
she says ,were miracles,
Betty and. Mahtob, guided
by smugglers, struggled
500 miles from Tehran
through the mountains of
eastern Turkey to freedom.
“There was nothing in
my life that could have prepared me for what I saw
that first day,” Mahmoody
told area residents. She
explained she stepped off
the plane in Tehran into 100degree heat at 7 a.m.
Everywhere
women
were covered from head to
ankle with only a hole in
their face covering that allowed them to see,she said.
The home where the family
stayed had no furniture,
only Persian rugs. The rest
room facilities were primitive at best and, despite the
heat, persons go several
weeks without bathing.
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“My husband beat me
several times in front of the
family. He beat my daughter,” Mahmoody recalled,
adding that a husband’s
right to beat his wifeThis
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country.
According to Mahmoody,
life in Iran was also a surprise for Moody, who had
not lived in Iran since the
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PAGE TEN
Career night for Tuckey
C A S CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1988
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
Former CEiss
City coachat Olivet
eyes, roll past Caro, 80160
TheCassCity RedHawks
got back on the winning
trail Friday with a relatively easy victory over the
C,aroTigers, 80-60,but can’t
afford to let down in games
ahead in the topsy-turvy
Thumb B Association.
The Hawks were to have
played at North Branch
Tuesday and the Broncos
already hold a win over the
Hawks. Friday Marlette
comes to town and the 2
teams fought to the wire before Cass City pulled out
the win in their last encounter.
After the first quarter
against Caro when the
score was 21-18 in favor of
Cass City, the Hawks were
in control of the game. In
most games this year Cass
City has done well when its
shooting from %point range
hasbeengoodandhasfared
With 5 : left
~
the seeond quarter, Cass City was
ahead, 29-24, and men went
on a scoring spree to leave
the floor at the intermission
with a comfortable, 40-29,
lead.
Car0 was guilty of numerous turnovers in the thi, d
quarter which allowed Cass
City to widen its lead to 5740 and both coaches cleared
their benches in the last
quarter.’
poorly when the 3-pointers
failed to drop.
Against the Tigers, the
Hawks s p a r k l d again with
6 Of 11 from 3-point range,
paced by Paul Tuckey with
2 of
3. Coach Ron
Nurnkrger said the team
passed well, which is one of
its strengths, but the defensf? was not intense
enough. Early m the game
the Hawks were letting
Dale Sharp and Mike Mutton get the ball in the deep
post position for easy baskets. Sharp’s 4 quick bassome
kets
countered
shoddy ball handling by
Caro against Cass City’s
press.
Cass City switched to a
zone defense when its usual
man-to-man
collapsed
around the Tigers near the
basket, and immediately
took control of the game.
midseason slump by dumping the Redskins in straight
games 15-11, 15-3 and 15-6.
“I have never seen my
team so relaxed. They were
calm and talking throughout all three games. Everything clicked tonight ,” said
Coach Lisa Levalley.
The Hawks, who have
only won once in the Thumb
B, have now triumphed in 4
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Walbro
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60
of their last 5 matches ana THUMB B ASSOCIATION
could be starting to peak in
W L
time for state tournament Vassar
9 1
play where they possess the Laker
8 2
necessary tools to go far.
Imlay City
6 4
“Fundamentally
the Cass City
5 4
team is sound. When we run North Branch
5 5
into problems it’s almost Bad Axe
‘3 7
always mentally, usually Car0
2 7
communications,”
con- Marlette
1 9
t inued Levalley.
Against the Redskins, the Laker 73. Bad Axe 46
Hawk spikers were very ar- Imlay City 69, N.Branch 44
ticulate.
Vassar, 53, Marlette 29
The return of Brenda Cass City 80,Car0 60
Severance, who is now at
full strength, is one reason,
NORTH CENTRAL
according to Levalley, why
THUMB D LEAGUE
the Hawks are resuming
W L
their old form.
Deckerville
11 0
Severance had 23 good Kingston
10 2
passes against the Red- North Huron
8 3
skins, but it’s her talking Port Hope
7 6
and communication that re- Carsonville
5 8
ally makes the difference Akron-Fairgrove
4 7
on this team, said Levalley. Peck
4 7
Owen-Gage ’
2 9
But Cass City is far from Caseville
0 11
a one man band.
Take Darlene Monroe, North Huron 72, Port hope
the Hawks’ big stick.
66
Against Sandusky the lanky
Monroe had a career night.
She was 6 for 7 serving bullets with 3 aces. She had a
perfect night passing with
a 29 for 29 showing. Her timing was at its best, as she
nailed 14 good spikes at the
net with 9 kills.
Four area residents are
Monroe ,also received among those who have been
plenty of help from Lisa named to the dean’s list for
Nicholas and Terri Sum- the fall term at Northwood
mers. Nicholas had a good Institute, Midland.
night serving with 12 good
They are Swan E.
serves which netted 10 Grassmann and Lisa Him,
points. Summers, a 4-year both of Cass City, and
starter, had 47 successful David R. and Matthew L.
setups from her setter pos- Purvis of Deford.
ition to go along with 6 good
Students on the list have
dinks .
achieved a minimum 3.0
grade point average.
Northwood Institute is a
private,
coeducational ,
accredited
specializing in practical
career participation‘‘‘linegebusiness related fields. $he
school’s curriculum includes both %year and 4year career degree programs.
The Board of Directors of
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payable April 26, to stockholders of record Feb. 29.
The dividend will be paid
on approximately 2,769,936
shares outstanding as compared to 2,825,436 shares
outstanding Dec. 31.
The 12 cents per share
first quarter dividend represents a continuation pf
the 12 cents per share quar.
terly dividend which begail
in the fourth quarter of M7.
MIKE RANDALL goes UP in traffic for a bucket against
Caro. Defending are Mark Tomlinson, left, and Mike
Mutton.
4 named
to college
dean’s list
BETWEEN JOBS
HAVING OTHER NEED FOR
SHORT TERM COVERAGE
The Tigers dominated the
junior varsity game, leading all the way in a 71-53
victory.
Cass City
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Art Paddy, who c o a c M
some of Cass City’s finest
basketball and football
teams in the early M’s, has
accepted a position as offensive football coordinator
at Olivet College. The 70year-old Paddy will [email protected]
his Wing-T offense that he
used at Lakeland High
School, where he served in
the same capacity that he
will at Olivet.
At Lakeland, Paddy’s offense led the Kensington
Valley Conference in rushing and averaged lg.2
points per game. Prioryto
Paddy’s arrival Lakeland
averaged less than 5 pats
per game and was winless
for the season. Last year
they were 5 4 .
Paddy left Cass City?$0
coach at Bay City Central.
He was the coach at W h t
Bloomfield and Orchatd
Lake St. Mary’s, where hjs
team won a state foothall
championship. He coach&
at Ortonville Brandon &fore spending last year-at
Lakeland.
J V BOWS
Haddad
1 1-2
4
Sontag
2 2 10
1 3-4
6
Dillon
Krol
2
2-2
6
Randall
3
8-12
14
4-6
6
‘luckey had the best scor- Meininger 1
9 2 3-4
27
ing night of his career with Tuckey
1-2
1
27 points despite sitting out Hirn
2
much of the final period. Beecher 1
2
4
The junior forward was 9 Of Hanby
14 from %point range to go
‘20 6 22-32 80
with his 3-pointers and 3 of
4 from the charity lane for
27 points. Mike Randall
Caro
F C fl PTS
scored 14 and grabbed 10
2’s 3’s
rebounds. Sharp scored 18 Zuraw
2
5-5
9
for the Tigers.
Amend
1-2
1
Raymond 2
2-2
4
King
1
2
Mahan
1
2
Baker
1
2
Gardner 3
1-3
7
Hebert
3
1-2
7
Sharp
7
4-4
18
Tomlinson 1
2
Mutton
2
2-2
6
Hawk-spikers back
on winning track
Cass City backers had a
chance to see the real Red
Hawk volleyball team last
Monday against visiting
Sandusky .
,
The Hawks, who started
the season in high fashion
with an impressive finish
at the Frankenrnuth tourney and were rated among
the state’s upper crust, appeared to break out of a
College
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HIGHLIGHTING THE Caro-Caw City basketball game Friday was the
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Two minor vehicle accidents over the past week
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City Police Department.
Police said a vehicle driven by Thomas L.Schmidt,
7051 Hadley Rd., backended a vehicle driven by
Debra J. Cook, 5932
Koepfgen Rd., early Saturday morning after Cook’s
vehicle hit a snow drift on
Koepfgen Road south of
Wilsie Road and became
stuck.
Both vehicles were northbound prior to the 1:45 a.m.
mishap, reports state.
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Vehicles
driven
Richard J. Mika, 4556
Green Rd., and Larry F.
Wilding, 6359 Pine St., collided on Third Street at the
Leach Street intersection
Feb. 10.
Police reported that
Mika’s southbound vehicle
failed to yield the right of
way to Wilding’s eastbound
vehicle. Mika stated that
he saw Wilding’s vehicle,
but was unable to stop because of icy pavement.
The 7 schools that are
members of the Thumb B
Association are solidly in
favor of remaining in the
league, judging by the reaction of superintendents of
the various schools, Cass
City School Supt. Ken
Micklash told the board of
education Monday night at
its regular monthly meeting.
Meanwhile a committee
is contacting all schools in
the area to see what their
feelings are and if they
have any wish to make a
change in league affiliations, Don Schelke, athletic
director, said. The move
was sparked by the departure of Imlay City, which
will be effective at the end
of the next school year.
Already received is an
application from Millington, a class B school
with about 200 more students than Cass City. In size
Cass City ranks fourth
among the 7 schools that
will remain, following
Caro, North Branch and
Vassar.
It is generally conceded
that 8 teams in a league is
an optimum number for
convenience and scheduling.
COMMISSION ORDER
CFI-113.84
(Under authority of Act 230,P.A. 1925, as amended)
REGULATIONS ON
TIGER MUSKELLUNGE
The Natural Resources Commission, at its meeting on
October 7, 1983, under the authority of Act 230, P.A.
1925, as amended, renewed the order of July 14, 1978,
that hybrid muskellunge, commonly known as the “tiger
muskellunge”, shall be deemed a muskellunge, and it
shall be unlawful to take or possess tiger muskellunge
except in accordance with laws, rules, and regulations
governing muskellunge, for a period of five years
effective January 1,1984, through March 31,1989.
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John M, Robertson, Executive Assistant
Countersigned: Ronald 0. Skoog, Director, Department of Natural
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C A S CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY,
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
PAGE ELEmN
FEBRUARY 17.1988
::Hawksqualify ,6for wrestling regionals
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Adding luster to an already fine season, the Cass
City Red Hawk wrestling
team qualified 6 of 8
wrestlers for regional comPetition in the Michigan
High School Athletic Association tournament. The
individual district competition was held Wednesday at
yew
Lothrop.
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Mike Mikolon finished
first in ‘the 155-pound class
with a pair of pins and a
technical decision over
Grant Mohrman of Goodrich. Mikolon’s season’s record is now a gaudy 32-2.
Narrowly missing winning was Bill Kappen (132
pounds), who finished second. He was edged by Andy
Hudacek of New Lothrop,
9-8, in the finals. For the
season his record is 2’7-6-1.
Henry
Smith
(112
pounds) finished 3rd, but
his efforts in the tournament were very pleasing to
Coach Don Markel as he defeated Keith Fry, Bad Axe,
and Jeff Ryan, Marlette,
b t h of whom defeated him
during the regular season.1
For the year Smith is 23-13.
Another 3rd place finish
was earned by Chuck Merchant (167 pounds), who defeated 3 wrestlers including
Kevin Kelley of Marlette in
the consolation finals. His
season’s record is 30-6.
(185 pounds) is one of this
year’s most improved
wrestlers, Markel says.
Last year he was 5-20 for
the season and this year,
22-14. Bill m v ’ s (198
pounds) fourth place finish
leaves him with a 15-13 TEAM COMPETITION
mark for the season.
All
wrestlers
that CassCitywillcompetein
finishedfourthorbetterare the team district competieligible for the regionals. tion at Bad Axe Wednesday
against Bad Axe, Sandusky
and Lakers and, judging by
the record, should be favored to win and advance
to regional competition at
New Lothrop Feb.24.
Two Hawk wrestlers
finished fourth. Jeff Reed
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that his charges would
ctme out smoking in the
first quarter rather than
take the first 8 minutes to
warm up while their opponents wrap up the game.
The fatal first quarter
doldrums struck again
Tuesday, Feb. 9, when the
Bulldogs fell behind Carsonville-Port Sanilac 22-6 in
the first quarter and were
defeated by the Pirates, 8961.
with 20 points, while Abbe,
points, and Todd Draggoo, under 42 percent.
The Tigers were led by 18, and Stirrett, 16, topped
points, turned the game
into a rout. At the end of 3 Draggoo and Messing, each Owen-Gage.
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At Vassar the Bulldogs
downed Lapeer West, Millington and Vassar to advance to the semifinals to
quarrel with class A Lake
Orion, whom they defeated
after dropping the first
game, 9-15, 15-5 and 15-13.
“We started out slow, but
came back well,” said
Campbell.
The Bulldogs met Class B
Ortonville Brandon in the
final and were defeated 1517 and 12-15 to finish as tour-
nament runners-up for the
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Coach Campbell lauded the
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Army Pvt. Steven A.
Czap, Owendale, last
month arrived for duty with
the 187th Infantry -Regiment, Fort CamDbell. Kv..
where he will take part in
Air Assault Training.
Whatever happened to
freedom of choice?
Area woman
hurt in crash
A Gagetown woman sustained minor injuries in a
one-car mishap about one
mile east of Gagetown
Saturday morning, according to state police troopers
at the Caro post.
Reports state that a vehicle driven by Cinda A.
Downing, 32,4773 South St.,
was westbound on Bay CityForestville Road at 9: 45
a.m. when the passenger
side tires dropped off the
edge of the road, causing
the vehicle to enter a ditch
and hit a tree.
Downing’s vehicle sustained moderate damage in
the accident.
Sincerely,
Laura Dunn
Gagetown
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Obituaries
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Joseph Harbec
Joseph Harbec, 72, of
Cass City died Wednesday,
Feb. 10, at Hills and Dales
General Hospital following
a lengthy illness.
He was born March 19,
1915, in Fort Dodge, Iowa;
Granada Hills, Calif. One
brother. Steve Harbec Jr..
precedd him in death. ‘
Funeral services were
held Saturday at Little’s
Funeral Home. Rev. Allen
Fruendt, pastor of Good
Sheaherd
Lutheran
ChGch, officiated.
the son of Steve and Catherin (RebichVHarbec.
Harbec and Miss Martha
Harrison were married
June 24, 1939, in Napoleon,
Ohio. They made their
home in Detroit and came
to Cass City in 1940.
He had been a member of
the Operating Engineers
Local 324 for over 36 years
Pvt*
A.
and
had attended the Good
C a p , a 1987 Owendale
High S h m l graduate, pre- Shepherd Lutheran Church
viously was stationed at of Cam City.
Fort Jackson, S.C., where
He is survived by his
he received basic and adwife, Martha; oneson, Tom
vanced training,
Following
graduation Harbec of Unionville; 2
from basic training Oct. 22, daughters, Mrs. ,James
Czap posted the highest (Judy) Knechtel of Pontiac
grades
among
62 and Mrs. Robert (Pat)
classmates to earn the Hunter of Cass City, and 8
LLmOSt
distinguished grandchildren. Also survivgraduate” honor in his ing are 2 brothers, Frank
~dService Specialist Harbec and Jack Harbec,
training, which he corn- both of Cass City, and 3 sisters, Mrs. Marian Kociel of
pleted Dec. 16.
Madison
Heights, Mrs.
Czap, 18, is the son of
Moser
of
Donald R. and Darlene R. Catherine
Dorsch, 4120 S.Brown Rd., Berkley, MI, and Mrs.
Frank (Margaret) Laux of
Owendale.
Republican
National
Committeewoman RoMa
Romney will be the guest
speaker at the Sanilac
County Republican Lincoln
Day dinner, to be held at
the Marlette Masonic Temple Feb. 20 a t 7 p.m.
THIRD GRADER Heather Hulbert posses with actors
Bahni Turpin (bottom right), Julie Malady and Michael
Warren who were at Cass City’s Campbell Elementary
School Thursday performing a play educating the 3rd
grade on sexual touch. Hulbert participated in the 30minute production “Bubbylonian Encounter.”
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Ronna Romney
Romney is chairman of
The White House Presidential Scholars, a member of
President Reagan’s National Advisory Council on
Adult Education, co-chairman of the Bush Campaign,
co-chairman of Reagan Finance Committee, former
co-chairman of the Richard
Headlee Campaign, cochairman of The Fund for
American’s Future and a
Bloomfield Hills Precinct
Delegate.
Romney is the author of
“Giving Time a Chance,”
published in 1984, and
“Momentum: Women in
American Politics - 1988.”
She is also a mother of 5,
churchwoman . and community leader.
Following a turkey dinner and Romney’s speech,
candidates, ranging from
national and state to local
county officers, will be
given the opportunity to
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speak on behalf of their candidacy providing they contact officers of Sanilac Republicads so they can be in-
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Helen Muriel Hartel, 78,
of National City, MI, died
Saturday, Feb. 13, at St.
Mary’s Hospital, Saginaw.
She was born Aug. 21,
1909, in Argyle, the daughter of Emerson and Ethel
(Newkirk) McIntosh.
Survivors include 2 sons,
Donald L. Hartel of Ubly
and Jack A. Hartel of Imlay
City; 2 daughters, BoMa
Stern of National City and
Wanda MilI& of Memphis,
MI; 11 grandchildren, and
7 great-grandchildren *
Others surviving are 3
brothers, Lorn McIntosh of
Argyle, Basil McIntosh of
Avon, Fla., and Peter
McIntosh of Roseville, and
one
Caro.
sister, Donna Portus of
Dan (J.D.) Masten, 70, of
Decker died Thursday,
Feb. 11, at the Tuscola
County Medical Care Facility in Caro.
He was born July 7, 1917,
in Mayville and had lived in
the Shabbona area, where
he was a farmer,since 1949.
He
married
Martha
31, 1938, in
Wenhardt k.
Angola, Ind. He served in
the U.S. Army during
World W a r 11.
Surviving are his wife of
Decker; 2 daughters, Mrs.
Ronald (Charlotte) Behr of
Marlette and Mrs. Jesse
(Sally) Zimba of Deford,
and 5 grandchildren. One
grandson died previously.
Funeral services were
held Saturday at the Marsh
Funeral Chapel, Marlette,
with Pastor Allen Fruendt,
of the Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church in Cass
City, officiating.
Burial was in Evergreen
Township Cemetery.
Rev. Edward W e r m
Her husband Lorn and 3
brothers, Orwood, Harold
and James, predeceased
her.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday at Jacques
and Kobs West Chapel in
Tawas City.
Burial was in Pioneer
Cemetery, National City.
The
Rev.
Edward
Richard Werm, 90, Ubly,
former pastor a t St. Columbkille Catholic Church,
Sheridan, died Tuesday at
St.
Francis
Home,
Saginaw, after a short illness. He was pastor at St.
Columbkille Church from
December 1934 to January
1970 when he retired to
Ubly.
Fern Maier
He was born Dec. 21,1897,
Mrs. Fern Nan Maier, 98, in Philadelphia, Pa., son of
of Cass City died Wednes- Richard and Elizabeth
day, Feb. 10, at Provincial (Vuolinski) Werm.
House.
He lived in Philadelphia
She was born June 19, until 1916. He attended
1889, in Grant Township, elementary school at Walthe daughter of Seward and dron Academy and City
Agnes (McAulay) Cooley. School and graduated from
Miss Cooley married Wilkes-Barre City High
Fred Maier Aug. 29,1938,in School. He received his colFayette, Ohio. Following lege and theological educatheir marriage, they made tion degree at Sts. Cyril and
their home in Cass City. Mr. Methodius Seminary, OrMaier died July 24, 1963.
chard Lake, and was orMrs. Maim was a dained into the priesthood
member of Trinity United in June 1921for the diocese
Methodist Church of Cass of Detroit. He tau ht at Sts.
City and was its youth choir Cyril and Metho fius High
director many years ago.
School until 1924 and reShe is survived by 2 ceived a master’s of scinephews, Fred Cooley of ence degree and doctorate
Owendale and Jbhn Cooley in chemistry in 1929 from
of Fairfax, Iowa; 2 nieces, the Catholic University of
Mrs. Ina Greenfield of Mil- Washington, D.C.
lington and Mrs. Jack
(Sarah) Angel of Green- He was an avid shortville, Calif., and many wave radio listener and a
grandnieces and grand- member of the American
nephews.
Radio Relay League.
Her twin sister, Florence
Services were conducted
Cooley, one brother, Arthur
Cooley Sr.,and a nephew, at St. Columbkille Catholic
Arthur Cooley Jr., pre- Church. Bishop Kenneth E.
Untener, of the Saginaw
ceded her in death.
Funeral services were Diocese, officiated. Burial
held Friday at Little’s Fun- was in the church cemeteral Home with Rev. s.Joe ery.
Zinger-Smigielski FunRobertson, pastor of Trinity
United
Methodist eral Home, Ubly, handled
Church of Cass City, of- arrangements.
Memorials may be made
ficiating.
Burial was in Elkland to St. Columbkille Catholic
Church pulpit fund.
Cemetery, Cass City.
troduced.
Also, the 3 delegates and
3 alternate delegates from
the 8th Congressional District to the National Republican Convention to be held
in New Orleans Aug. 15-18
will be introduced. This
group includes Carol Dale,
chairman of the Sanilac
County Bush Campaign and
delegation chairman to the
recently held State Convention in Grand Rapids.
Ticket information is available by contacting Les
Kraft (517) 635-7937, Carol
Dale (517) 635-3271 or Della
Wright (313) 648-2070.
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C A S CITY, MICHIGhN
FEBRUARY 17,1988
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from Owen-Gage to C a s
City was troubling. They
were denied simply because they had not provided
a reason for the transfer.
Whatever happened to
freedom of choice? In this
country that is one of our
rights. Why then do people
have to answer to anyone
else or give a r e a m to send
their children to the school
of their choice? No one asks
for a justification when parents send their children to
a private or parochial
school, but there’s an allout-war-on-words when it’s
between s d ~ o odistrictsl
MY Parents chose to send
me to CaSS City ;it was their
decision and no one else’s.
They wanted a different
education for me,and these
Parents Probably want the
same for their children.
merefore, I don’t believe
others should be left to decide where these children
can or cannot attend school.
It should be the decision of
the parents only.
Dear Tom :
In the Jan. 20 issue of the
Chronicle, the article on the
school board meeting with
regard to student transfers
concerned me.
Since I was once a transfer student myself, the recently denied request for
the transfer of students
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picnic tables, lawn swings,
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City.
Call
87242 gallon bladder tank $126 specials! Queen size start month. Call 872-5341 or 872on carpet deanng
LOOKING FOR a good 2039.
2-3-19-t f
and upholstery
at $69.95 each piece, $129.00 3934.
used TV? Portables and
4-2-10-3
pair all makes of washers,
For prompt service anytime per set. Come in and let us
consoles, priced from $40 to
dryers ,
refrigera tors,
Saturday,
Feb.
20
do the best for you. U-Foun- FOR RENT newly rem&
Call Paul at
$250.We also clean and serfreezers and ranges. Call
7:30
p.m.
Dit
Furniture,
corner
M-81
6734850
vice VCRs. Rick’s Earth
eled business space in
Caro 673-6278.
8-6-24-tf
2-10-7-tf and Deckerville Rd. Phone prime location in Cas City.
Station, Caro, phone 673CARPET BRlTE
673-5336.
2-2-174
4783,1433E. Caro Rd.
Phone 8723377 or 872-2352
Masonic Temple
Cass City
872-4614
ROOT’S
2-1-20-tf
evenings.
4-7-31-tf
8-10-8-tf
Maple St., Cass City
KIRBY VACUUMS - Brand
Professional
Upholstery
Cleaning
Carpet &
Thinking of Buy- new models just arrived.
The Thumb
Prizes and lunch
TIRED O F calling for
ing or Selling? Free home demonstraNotices
Yam Shop
Donation $1.50 each
Satellite Service without
sertions.
Excellent
repair
Call one of our vice on all Kirby Vacuums.
any response? Call Rick’s Commercial & Residential
FOUND, DOG - black
miles north of M-81and
Real Estate pro- Need Kirby supplies? 8M-53
Earth Station. We service
Everyone
invited
FOK SALE by owner - ModSteam Cleaning
Cocker Spaniel, near
intersection and 1/2
’ all makes and models. A$5-2-17-1
Belts, bags, cords, a n y mile west on Rescue Road
ern ranch, 3 bedrooms, 2
fessionals.
Quaker Maid. Call 313-672Free Estimates
ross from Car0 Honda on
thing - we have it. Will ship
baths, diningfliving room
9548.
5-2-17-3
M-81.
Phone
673-4783.
parcel post. Kirby Com- Open daily 12:OO till 9:W
with fireplace, large coun8-5-6-tf
Call
pany, Bad Axe, Daniel Mestry kitchen - many extras
LOST - 1-year-old blond1
p.m,
Boarding Kennels and white Pomeranian
sing, 269-7562;evenings 479on 3 acres with additional
5 17-673-8255
w3.
2-1-27-10
80 acres of woods available.
male - comes to name of
Jim Root (Owner)
8-1-20-tf
Cam City 872-2248
Arthur Brown
Phone 269-8097
CATS J X K S
Phone 872-3045.
3-2-3-3
WoodFritz.
Last
seen
on
Caro 673-2555
Cass
City
2-3-124f
land. Reward. Call 872-3035
FOR SALE - alfalfa hay,
They’ll be right at home at or 872-2568.
VCR-cleaning and repair.
5-2-17-3
Case
Skid
Steer
uni-loader.
FOR SALE - house located
Well Drilling
We service all makes and
between Car0 and Cass OWNER WILLING to sell Call after 5:OO - 665-2227, FOR SALE 1973 Puma 340
models of VCRs - reasona2
2
3
3
snowmobile,
$2’75.
Call
658LLRiverhouse”
to
qualified
buyer
this
3 t y . 3-year-old home on 11
and
RENT-A-STORK - Anble prices. C & M Satellite
2136.
2-2-17-1
waded acres with pole neatly remodeled home in
,Antennas Sales & Service,
Information - Reservation nouncement service. Adorbarn, pond and stream. Deford on a land contract. HAY FOR SALE - first cutable outdoor display deliCass City, phone 872-5075.
Pump Repair
Call
Great hunting and fishing. Call Betty Hammond 872- ting Timothy alfalfa, $1.25. FOR SALE - hay $1.25 bale ;
vered and placed in front of
8-2-17-3
Asking $so,OOO. Serious in- 2009 for more information, Phone 6JB-2749. Also free ear corn $50 ton; firewood
new baby’s hoine to anSTATE
LICENSED
Collie
mixed
puppies.
for
Osentoski
Realty.
agent
quiries only. Call 313-739872-2698
$25 pickup load. Call 658nounce arrival. Color of
3-1-27-4
7130.
3-1-27-4
2-2-3-3 2136.
2-2-17-3
5-2-17-1 bundle tells friends and
Phone 673-3800
neighbors if boy or girl. Call
8- 1-27-tf
WANTED TO BUY - Used
COMPLETE brake service AVAILABLE FROM Rent- 872-3407 or 872-2191.
crib and high chair. Call
A-Stork:
“Unique”
baby
5-4-29-tf
- Replace pads, turn rotors
6-2-17-3
872-2238.
or drums, repack bearings. announcement products for
new
parents.
Call
872-3407
Certified mechanic :qualh r d y , Lordy .
5-10-15-tf
[To Give Away.
ity service a t affordable or 872-2191.
Guess Who’s
__
prices. Cass City Tire,
FREE TO GOOD home OLD MAN WINTER
phone 872-5303. . 2-2-17-1
SPECIAL in Cass City: 1% story completely remodeled home, with aluminum siding,
40
Cocker-Terrier male dog,
IS
HERE
31/4! BATHKOOMS, formal dining room, 4 bedrooms, 13x29’ living room, 2% car
affectionate. Call 872-2518.
AND
THE
SALT
SEASON
FOR
SALE
2-piece
secgarage attached, and many other features. REDUCED from $62,500.00 to $49,500.00
7-2-3-3
IS
UPON
US
-tional, excellent condition,
Happy Birthday
terms. For personal showing call Lori or Brian.
$100. Call 872-2958 after 2:00
Protect your investment
p.m.
2-2-17-1
New Listing: COUNTRY LIVING: 1.69 acres, comfortable 1% story home with 4 bedShirley M.,
rooms, new bathroom and sewing room,plus 20x30’ workshop with loft. Home well
We
clean
and
wax
cars,
Also Upholstery Cleaning FOR SALE - 50 laying hens.
insulated, plus new solar panel, White Creek nearby, located between Cass City and
From all your friends
SEMI-LOADof Lane chairs
pickups and vans
#l6,509
Caro. Priced to sell at $37,500.00.
Commercial
& Residential
Phone 872-5178. 10-2-17-3
- rocker recliners, swivels
and family
Your satisfaction
Fast, courteous and
and
wall-hugger
recliners.
5-2-17-1
guaranteed
,
, Large Home for Large Family - 4 blocks from school and shopping center in Cass
Good choice of color and
Free
inexpensive
Estimates
City. Over $4o,ooO.00 spent on remodeling, brand new forced hot water heating
styles now ! Come in and let Call Cass Cit Tire
LOST
beagle,
yellow
and
system, natural gas fired, garage, corner lot, reduced from $47,500.00 to W2,500.00 for
2 rooms - $39.95
us do the best for you. U- Old Ford garage uilding
#16,490
WANTED
assistant
white,
in
Evergreen
a quick sale, Your inspection invited.
3 rooms - 57,!)5
Phone 872-5303
Foun-Dit Furniture, comer
herdsman for modern 200
Township Feb. 1. $50 re5
roams
79.95
M-81 and Deckerville Rd.
5-12-2-9
cow dairy farm. Top wages
ward. Call 1(313) 869-1094.
EXECUTIVE HOME IN HILLS AND DALES SUBDIVISION: RANCH TYPE home
Residential only
Phone
673-5336.
2-2-17-4
and benefits to experi5-2-17-1
with approximately 2400 square feet plus extra large FAMILY ROOM in lower level
Car & van & RV
‘INCOME TAX SERVICE enced,
responsible person.
with FIREPLACE of brick, heatilator and wood-burning insert; CUSTOM BUILT
inferior 2Teaning - Send brief resume to Larry
. HOME - Family size kitchen; Formal Dining Room; 4 bedrooms; plus HOBBY
BEAUTIFULLY CRAPTED Prompt, personal ’ atten- BINGO - Every Thursday
tion. Soper’s Tax Service,
Niec, 5455 E. Wilson, Clio,’
ROOM,etc. - 3 bathrooms; natural gas fired furnace with 4 zones - forced hot water BUSINESS CARDS
Phone
872-3725
’
Terry Edwards
MI 4842011-2-17-2
g71 River St., Kingston, at St. Pancratius Hall, S.
all large rooms; large 2 car garage with 2 electric door openers; small barn for lawn
Seeger, Cass City. Doors
Mi., phone 517-683-2815.
. equipment and garden tools; extra large beautiful’y landscaped lot 146x150’ ---- YOUR
Designed to make that first
8-2-12-tf
_
_
5- 1-6-14 open 6:OO p.m. Early-bird. -INSPECTION INVITED --- POSSESSION ON SHORT NOTICE IF NEEDED. 16,479
impression a lasting one!
BABYSITTER wanted, af6:30, regular bingo 7:W.
Phone 872-5410. Knights of RICH’S DISPOSAL - Resi- ternoons, my home. Call
WE HAVE 2 GAS STATIONS, PARTY STORE, FAMILY RESTAURANT
Highest quality
dential and Commercial 872-4702.
11-2-10-3
Columbus Council No. 8892.
AND OTHER COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE. ALSO HUNTING LAND,
raised printing.
ltubbish Removal. Con5-12-31-tf
VACANT LAND, FARMS, ETC.
tainer service available. APPLICATIONS taken for
See our new catalog.
8-2-12-t f
Call 683-2233.
cashier at Parkway Store,
QUALITY COUNTRY HOME WITH 18 ACRES - Ranch type brick home with 2
bathrooms; laundry room first floor; 26x60’ garage and workshop; blacktop driveCass City Chronicle
way; home is 8 years old - Attractive setting in the woods - priced to sell - owner
ELECTRIC motor and*
2-4-9tf
purchased lakefront property.
16,494
power tool repair, 4 p.m. to
Invitations
8 p.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. to
and
BUILDING SITE: 2 acres - well and septic tank - first 53,000.00 takes it.
16,497
FOR S h E - 30 gallon air
5 p.m. Saturdays. John
Announcements
compressor, 1/2 hp motor,
Blair, 1/8 mile west of M-53
HERE IS THE COUNTRY HOME YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! ! ! 16 Acres - 8
good condition, $125 or best
on Sebewaing Road. Phone
for all social occasions
acres tillable - 1% story country home with 2 FIREPLACES; plus FURNACE; blown
269-7909.
8-12-13-tf
offer. Call 872-4195 after
in insulation; 1%BATHROOMS;sitting on a knoll; plus 2% car garage built in 1980 - A
4:oo.
2-2-17-3
New 1988 Catalog --DESIRABLE HOME FOR YOUR FAMILY --- ASKING ONLY $39,500. Your offer will
Revive
loaned overnight
be considered.
16,499
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY
MR. BEE POLLEN ProCLEANING
ducts are now available at
Matching accessories
For Rent -apartment in town, 1bedroom, spacious, good location, $225,
Quality Health Products
Free estimates
oly home. Call872-4290.including matchbooks,
Cass ‘City, fiichigan
Nutrition Shop in Cass City. napkins, thank you notes
Truck
mounted equipment
12-2-17-3
8-6-3-tf
Need a home close to schools? 4 bedroom home, newly remodeleb. Reduced for a
Jeanette Vroman, owner.
Auto
interior
quick sale $47,500. Will consider all offers!
116,490
Phone 872-4700.
2-2-17-2
Cass City Chronicle
NURSES AIDE - looking to
IN CASS CITY: Stately home, 4 bedrooms; den; Formal Dining Room; Office NOTICE - Chuck Gage, De- care for elderly in their
Phone 872-2010
FOR SALE - 1920 walnut
Vestibule - Oak trim, etc. Forced hot water heating system -natural gas fired 5-1-13-tf
ford, now doing welding. home. Call after 4:30
12-2-17-4
p.m.
basement; two car garage 24x28’ - Laundry room first level; 1% lots - $48,oo0.00.
veneer sideboard, wood
Call 872-2552.‘
8-2-3-3 269-2203,
Terms.
16,508
applique trimmed, 2 doors,
one linen drawer, one silver CROSS WITH CHRIS June
NEAR CASS C1,TY: SPOTLESS COUNTRY HOME - One story with 3 large
drawer, carved legs, great 22-July 6, Germany, Aubedrooms; extra large living rmm - family size kitchen - 2 bathrooms; HORSE
condition. Matching stor- stria, Switzerland, $1,897.
BARN; Corral - garage - 2 acres of land - VACANT - Immediate Possession - home is
age chest. May be seen at July 7-12 Britain, Ireland,
@
8-4-15-tf
14 years old - Offered to you for $45,000.00 Terms.
Sunny Side of the Street, $1,909. Includes flight from
L16,493
8- 18- 18-t f
9: 30-5. Phone 872-2070.
Detroit, hotels, 26 meals.
2-2-17-3
WILL DO baby-sitting in
Free
brochure:
Chris
Gary
Wills
DO YOU WANT INVESTMENT PROPERTY?
CUSTOM
my home on a daily basis,
Press,
7369
Berne
Rd.,
PiWe have a Brick building with 2 apartments and a Beauty Shop paying $702.00 per
Construction
SLAUGHTERING
good location, have refergeon,
Mi.
48755,
phone
517Grain
Fed
Beef
month rent - with additional work there IS a 3 room apartment tnat neeas w o n ror
BEEF-PORK-V E ALL A MB ences. Phone 683-2752.
453-2202.
5-2-10-2
Licensed and Insured Builder
additional income - 6 YOU CAN AFFORD IT! ! ! Only $20,OOO.00Bank Terms. 16,506
12-2-3-3
BY HALF O R QUARTER
CURING, S,MOKING AND
Free
estimate!
BUILDING SITE:close to Cass City --- 2.6 Acres - natural gas available - $6,500.*
PROCESSING
FREE WATER Analysis Sand and Gravel
Seller will finance.
16,503
Guaranteed salt, iron and
TUESDAY
& FRIDAY
Memorial
Bulldozing and
rust removal. Purification
Backhoe
Worb
We Have Several 10 Acre building sites - each $7,so0.00 all parcels have been perked
systems. Ask about our free
VIEW from above
16,507
comes with a POND - $ 7 , 5 0 . 0 BANK TERMS.
Inc- THE
trial and at discount prices.
may be different than to us
Cass City
National Discount, phone 1who live on this land, so
USDA Plant 1074
Phone 872-3505
14.9 ACRES with mobile home - horse barn 60’deep well near cas City $20,000,
800-544-9231.
5-2-10-tf
517-872-2191 with faith we must bear our
Cass City
RON PATERA
16,500
8-10-21-tf
8-4-9-tf sorrow ‘and leave time in
8 7 2 4 7 6 after 4 p.m.
the Master’s hand, missed
2-2-3-W
WE SAVEyou MONEY. . , . . WE CHARGE 6% for Selling Homes and Farms
FOUND - at White Creek LaFAVE STEEL Supply, TOM’S DRYWALL - Hang- by his parents, Roy and
35 years servicing the REAL ESTATE NEEDS in Tuscola, Sanilac & Huron Counties.
13-2-10-2
Club. tan iacket with Inc. See us for all your steel ing, finishing, repairs, Marie Anthes
SATELLITE SPECIAL
lamb’s-wool iining. Call needs,
fabricating , spray texture. Thomas
WE HAVE THE SALES FORCE.....
5-2-17-2 machine shop welding, hyd- Stimpfel, 5725 Kelly Road,
Quality satellite system. 872-5042.
W E HAVE THE FINANCING.....
Card of Thanks)
Cass City, phone 872-3951.
W E CARRY ONE OF THE LARGEST LISTINGS IN THE COUNTY.....
8-2-34
W E HAVE THE EXPERIENCE,....
Mr. and Mrs.Louis Otlvry
W E WORK HARD AND GET RESULTS.....
wish to thank all our
For Showings
friends for the Masses,
flowers and kind expres2-2-17-3
Hm
Francis
sions of sympathy during
8-2-3-tf
Building Contractor
our recent bereavement.
tAME PINS, desk nameplates and plastic signs in
various sizes made to your
specification. For information and prices, contact
Mrs. Buschlen at 872-2121,
ext. 212.
2-2-17-tf
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FOR SALE - Magic Chef
electric range, $30, also 4
new 13” Chevrolet Cavalier
wheels and center caps,
$50.Phone 872-5166. 2-2-10-3
FOR RENT - one bedroom
STARTERS
generators
furnished
apartment for
FOR SALE - firewood;
hardwood $30, soft wood alternators -new or rebuilt. one working person. May
seen at 4431 S. Seeger
$20. Call 872-3042. 2-2-3-3 Cass City Tire, phone 872- be
5303.
2-2-17-1 St., Cass City. S. Strick-
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G (Livestock)
CllSS CITY, MI,
(Wanted)
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Brian Pellizzaro
872-3355 Realtor Associates
after 5 p.m. 872-2985
8:b’
1
(ForRent)
e
B.A. CALKA, Realtor
6306 W.Main St., Cass City, Michigan 48726
FOR RENT - Masonic Temple Refreshment Hall - parties, dinners, meetings. No
alcoholic beverages. Call
Barney Hoffman, 872-2042,
4-2-17-tf
FOR RENT - furnished,
NOW IS THE TIME
TO MAKE YOUR SELECTION!!!
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
clean, 2 bedroom mobile
home. Also furnished 2 bedroom apartment. No pets.
Call 658-8130 Ubly. 4-2-17-1
13-2-17-1
New Homes or remodeling,
imith Refrigeration
Personalized Napkins
and
* Wedding
* Anniversary
Graduation
Appliance Repair
Many colors and designs
with your name
See our new catalog for 1984
CASS CITY CHRONICLE
Phone 872-2010
5-1-13-tf
All makes and models
Call
I
872-3092
8-10-22-tf
rmfing, siding,
WE
WISH TO express our
pole buildings
sincere thanks to all who
helped in so many ‘ways
Phone 872-2921
- sorrow. For all
during our
the g2ts of flowers, food,
Licensed and Insured
money and friendship. To
8-2-3-4 Hills and Dales Hospital,
nurses and doctors, to PasAUCTIONEERING tor Allen Fruendt, Little’s
Lorn “Slim” Hillaker. TOP Funeral Home, the Luthedoll- for Your ProPdY- ran Ladies Aide and all.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
C A S CITY, MICHIGAN
C A S CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1988
Revival of forensics at Cuss City
High School being caZZed a success
Association, Reif noted.
briefcases full” of note
Debate, the longest and cards, she said.
most difficult of the 4 study
Theatre festival involves
areas, was covered in the putting together a one-act
fall.
play and presenting it
Reif explained that com- within a 45-minute time
petitive debate involves 2 limit.
teams, with one arguing in
The actors, who must
favor of a resolution and perform the play without
the other arguing against any adult assistance, must
the resolution. There are 2 set up stage props, perform
person per team, and each and remove props within
person delivers 2 speeches ; the time limit. Competition
a constructive speech and
held at the district, rega rebuttal. The speeches ional and state levels.
are timed and each has a
Individual events, meanmaximum time limit. At while, focus on public
the end of a round, a judge speaking. There are 12
decides which team has speaking activities in which
-done the better job of debat- students can participate.
ing.
The 12 areas are in 2 divisions--public speaking (stuCOMPETE
dent-generated speeches)
and interpretation (inStudents, who competed terpretation of published
m novice, junior varsity
and varsity levels, participate in league meets and
tournaments. Class C-D
schools qualify for the state
tournament by gaining a
winning record at the district level (no regionals) *
“We spend basically 5
weeks going over the
basics” before competition, Reif said of debate.
She pointed out that while
Cass City at one time did
have debating teams,
forensics is new to current
students. She added, “Can
you imagine teaching
someone how to play basketball if they’ve never
seen a basketball?”
Reif noted that debate is
difficult, with students having to learn how to conduct
extensive research on topics. “The kids literally fill
The revival of forensics
at Cass City High School in
1987-88 is being called a success by schoolofficials, who
say they believe the program once again has a promising future.
“They’ve far exceeded
our expect ations,” school
Supt. Kenneth Micklash
said of the 14 students--7
seniors, 6 juniors and one
sophomore--taking part in
the program this year.
Prior to the current
school year, Cass City students hadn’t been involved
in forensics since 1981-82.
“We thought this year
would be a learning process
and not getting into the
competition, (but) everybody surprised everyone
else as to how well the program has gone,” he added.
The forensics program is
administered through the
school’s new advanced
speech class, one of several
curriculum and section additions approved by the
board of education last
spring. English instructor
Jane Reif, who also has
been active in play productions at the school, is the
instructor.
The class covers a wider.
range of forensic competitions than its predecessor,
with students, who can take
the class more than once,
learning to compete in 4
areas over the school year-debate, theatre festival, individual events and discussion.
The class is a member of
and
operates
under
guidelines of the Michigan
Interscholastic Forensics
e
September, by achieving trustee Dr. Edward Scollon
material).
Tournaments are fol- high scores in regional agreed.
lowed by district, regional competition.
“There’s been a lot of inReif pointed out that the terest in it,” Scollon said,
and state competition.
forensics program, as a adding that reestablishing
whole, offers a great deal forensics has been a board
DISCUSSION
to students. “It allows them goal for some time. “I think
Discussion events, mean- the opportunity to fully there’s a lot of value in it
while, focus on parliamen- explore the communication for the kids.”
tary procedures. Groups, process--to explore by
Scollon explained that the
which discuss the next means of doing,” she said, school board was forced to
year’s debate topic, receive adding, “There isn’t a phase the &year program
a problem and then discuss single person in the U.S. out in 1982-83 because of sethe best possible solution. who can get by without vere financial woes and
The groups are graded in communication. ”
millage defeats in the
the areas of communicaschool district.
POTENTIAL
Scollon, whose son, John,
tive speaking, knowiedqe of
subject, analysis of subject,
was among the students in“There is potential here. volved in forensics then,
reflective thinking process,
group oriented bebvinr I definitely see that it (prog- noted that the school had a
and positive defense.
rami will grow in strong program thanks to
Students who participate strength,” Reif, now in her the talent of dedicated
in discussion festivals can third year at Cass City High teachers. “We’d like to
qualify for fall Student Con- School, remarked.
see” the program continue,
Veteran school board he added.
gress, held in Lansing in
our favorite
From
philosopher, Gerrit Baker
of Boca Raton, Fla. :
Dear Bill :
Can you remember
where you were Dec. 7,
1941?
I
*
I
held Jan, 30 at Lakers High
School, Cass City received
a I (superior) rating, with
Dickinson receiving special
recognition for acting. Participants in the corn
were primarily ’ Clptition
ass B
schools.
DEBATE RESULTS
Despite a lack of team
success for Cass City in debate competition in the fall,
Reif indicated that her
teams demonstrated a
great deal of potential.
“They didn’t have team
success, .but they did have
individual success,” she remarked, adding that students did well considering
they hadn’t debated before
this year.
Cass City, which competed in the Lower Thumb
Debate League, posted 18
wins in 48 rounds of competition, including 2 victories
at the district level.
Cass City’s affirmative
teams recorded victories
over Frankenmuth (novice
division), Flint Northwestern and Midland Dow
(junior varsity and varsity),
and
OtisvilleLakeville, Midland High
and Big Rapids (junior varsity).
The negative teams,
meanwhile, posted wins
over Frankenmuth (novice
and varsity 1 ; Lansing
Catholic Central and Big
Rapids (varsity), and Midland High (novice and
junior varsity).
CASS CITY HIGH School forensics students rehearse their theatre festival
presentation, “Sorry, Wrong Number,” prior to regional competition, held
Saturday in Auburn Hills.
Price of a quart is $9 plus
$2.95 shipping. They also
sell maple sugar at $5.50 a
pound.
******
1
Elect Prieskorn to board
Geraldine
Prieskorn, cia1 meetings that are cal- band, Gerald, in 4 retail
who has served on the led. In addition she will stores in Michigan -- Mill
board of the Chemical Bank keep her seat on the Cass End Stores in Bad Axe and
Cass City for several years, City board, which will conhas been elected to the tinue to meet in an advisory
board of the Chemical Bank capacity.
Ray Area. Chemical Bank
Mrs. Prieskorn has been
Cass City was recently
merged into the Bay Area involved in civic and busiBank and is now a branch ness groups in Cass City
since coming to the combank.
munity in the late 1950’s.
Mrs. Prieskorn said that She is active in the
she will be required to at- Chamber of Commerce and
tend a meeting of the board the Chamber Retail Comof Bay Area Bank once a mittee and works in
month as well as any spe- partnership with her hus-
49664.
I came into the Social
Security program when it
started in 1937. The tgtal
tax then was 1%, split bet:
ween the employer and the
worker. In my case, I was
both, and paid 3/4ths of 1
percent on the maximum of
$3,OOO in pay, or $22.50.
Today I haven’t gotte
around to quit working. In
1988 I will pay as a selfemployed geezer, 13.02% on
$45,000, or $5,859. That is
260 times a s much as I paid
in 1937.
Looking ahead at the next
50 years of labors, if
Washington would let me
keep that $5,859 each year,
I would put it in zero-coupon
government bonds at 9 7
the current rate.
Then in 2037, my centennial as a working man, my
own private retirement
fund would be....
$5,205,376.
If I invested that at 9%, I
would get $468,483 a year. I
would leave the principal to
my kinfolk.
Gerrit
The $46&,483 a year is considerably more, don’t pi‘
Dear Gerrit :
You had courage and think, than the governmerlr
cash when you needed it, would pay me under their
and later the good sense to plan?
get out and retire to oceanBill Myers is a retired
front living in Boca Raton.
Last I knew you were editor and investment
reading financial news 6 counselor.
hours a day. That and clipping coupons. I bet you
don’t even own a rockihg
chair.
ENGRAVED
BUSINESS
CARDS
Bill
Cass City reaches
regional competition
Cass City High School’s
forensics class didn’t qualify for state competition in
theatre festival, but instructor
Jane
Reif’s
charges, in their first year
of competing, made their
presence known and respected.
The local team received
a I1 rating (excellent) €or
their play, “Sorry, Wrong
Number,” in regionals
Saturday at Avondale High
School, Auburn Hills.
Although not selected to
go on to the state level, several individuals were recognized. Receiving “certificates of excellence” for
their work were senior Jane
Dickinson for acting;
seniors Dean Whittaker
and David Burnette and
junior Janet Koch for
sound; senior Dave McArthur for lighting, and
seniors Wendy Wheeler and
Hillary Pike for set design.
Other members of the
class are senior Chris
Rabideau, juniors Connie
Clayton, Jeff Dillon, Brad
Bishop, Jeff Hrycko and
Connie Schneeberger, and
sophomore Brent Sturtevant.
Reif pointed out that one
of 3 regional judges Saturday ranked her class third
among the 7 competing
schools, including 3 Class A
and 2 Class B schools.
Cass City was ranked
fifth among the 10 Class C-D
schools in the state to qualify for regionals.
In district competition,
What a change that
brought in the lives of all of
us!
I was branch manager of
Associates
Investment
branches in Hammond and
Gary, Ind. We had 60% of
the auto credit business in
Lake County. Banks then
were not in this field. They
frowned on it. Now it’s an
important part of their income.
Auto manufacturing was
stopped a month later and
we were then liquidating
the car loans.
Many auto dealerships
went out of business and
were available for those
with a little courage and
cash.
I left Associates at the
end of 1944. In 1945 I took a
General Motors dealership
in Gary. I needed only
$25,OOO.Today it would take
a half-million.
Here’s the contrast : Then
all cars and trucks were 5
or more years old and the
total auto debt was less
than $1billion. Today there
are 50 to fNmillion cars less
than 5 years old and the
auto debt is over $so0 billion.
You had to be clumsy not
to make money then. Never
was there a greater opportunity.
Now it’s better to watch
the events from the rocking
chair.
magazines. You “lease” a
maple tree for the season.
Depending on the harvebt,
you get a quart or so of
maple syrup.
A fetching idea, except
the cost is high.
Up in Beulah, Mich. country, they make a lot of
maple syrup, and it’s as
good as the stuff from Vermont. Address :
Sugar Shack, 3493 Baatz
Rd., Maple City, Mich.
Avallabls 1-Color
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the Chronicle
East Tawas, and Ben
A gimmick to sell maple
Franklin and The Paint syrup has appeared in
Store in Cass City,
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DON’T PLAY
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Geraldine Prieskorn
Village of Gagetown
PUBLIC OnHEARING
Proposed Budget for
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Ask about our college trade-in option.
McConkey Jewelry& Gift Shop
Phone 872-3025
Cass City
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April 1,1988
March 31 I 1989
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