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May 4, 1970

The Evening News from Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan · Page 14

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THE EVENING NEWS, SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH., MOM., MAY 4, ;i970 | p o ]J ce AlTCSt FoiH* In Big Dope Haul Here Three young men and a girl; Kincheloe AFB. The arrests fol-! are being held in the Chippewa ! lowed several alleged purchases j County jail following their ap-' of narcotics at 3440 Lakeshore • prehension Sunday by city de- ; Drive over the past week, offi-1 tectives and local Michigan state ; cor5 said. Ross and Marshall | police on charges of violations ; W ere picked up at the Lakeshore I of state narcotics laws in one Drive address about 4:30 p.m. i of the largest dope hauls ever. ^153 Dawe and Reid were appre- j made Li this area, police offi- Bended a * an Easterday Ave. j cials said today. : parking lot about two hours ear-j Police identified the quartet: ij er> according to police officials.; as Linda Dawe, 21, Sault, Oat.,: " State police said Miss Dawe' Gerald Reid, 19, Haviland Bay, j j s being held on three charges • Ont., Louis Ross, 21, Cheboygan j o £ violation of state narcotics , and Charles Marshall III, 19, j ] awSj R e ja on one charge, Ross j I on two charges and Marshall, j J one charge. : Police officials said a large; quantitty of LSD and hashish j I was confiscated, together with j | several pieces of smoking equip-1 | ment and more than ?2,500 cash, j ! St. Joseph's Home and School j Additionally, marijuana plants; ! Association held its final meeting! were found growing in a flower ! | of the school year on Thursday, j pot and a cake tin on a window| Before the business meeting.! sill at the residence, police said. i entertainment was provided by i Police said the drug haul is val- j ' the fifth and sixth graders. Un- j u-ed at between six and 'eight • I Home, School ! Group Sees IStvle Show Colonel G. N. Payne (center) and Colonei E. L. Benton (left), are shown following a recent 449th Bomb Wing (SAC) change of commend ceremony. Col. Payne, who has commanded the 449th since 1968, has been reassigned to Carsweii AF3, Texas, as director of maintenance, 19th Air Division. Col. Benton, who assumed the wing command, was previously stationed at Strategic Air Command headquarters, Offut AFB, Nebraska. At right is Dr. Kenneth J. Shouldice, Lake Superior State College president. der the direction of Mrs. Bump, the sixth graders staged a style show, displaying the dress of different nations. The fifth grade, under the direction cf Sister Amie Marie, performed the minuet and folk dances of Holland, France and Ireland. thousand dollars. 1,000 Youthful Fans Attend 4-Hour Sault Rock Concert I Woodstock, the Isle of Wight and j thusiastic youthful fans, plus the By BILL BABE (LSSC, College Relations) I Newport. There was a time when "rock At the Sault Ste. n festival" meant a display ol|National Guard Armory | ad aoout. ; inevitable sweet little old lady Marie! who came "to see what it was oeolo-ncal specimens at the local! S a turd ay night the Lake; What it was about was about Museum of Natural History. Superior State College Student \ four hours. Four hours of the Todav it sometimes conjures Senate Rock Concert was j Amboy Dukes, the Suite Charity IIP visions of sugar plums and characterized mainly by high i and the Frut (with an umlaut other eccentrics dancing on the decible electronic music and over the "u".) greensward in such places as more than a thousand en- The Dukes, to put the evaluation in the jargon of the Kentucky Derby, another rather successful crowd-drawer Saturday, were odds on favorites. They took an early lead in the break from the gate, extended it at the Clubhouse Turn, and pulled ahead by a good tea lengths in the backstretch, thundering down the 1 a.m. home stretch to leave the crowd hoarse and limp. The Frut (with or without the umlaut) were slightly on the spoiled side; or perhaps not ripe enough for public consumption. Their sound didn't quite mix it, and their much publicized wit was a bit thin. The Suite Charity came on OBITUARY Lisa Massey Lisa Massey, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Massey, died unexpectedly Sunday at 10:30 p.m. at her home in Juneau, Alaska where her father is stationed with the U. S. Coast Guard. She was born in Juneau Jan. 25, 1970. In addition to her parents she is survived by two sisters, Christina and Linda, and two brothers, Tony and Danny, aU at home. She also leaves her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Leland Bowers and Mrs. Jane Massey, all of Sault Ste. Marie. The Bailey-NCThouse Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, which are incomplete pending the arrival of the family. Lloyd W. Haley Llovd W. Haley, 54, of 710 E Spruce St., died Saturday at 10:55 p.m. at War Memorial Hospital. He had been ill for the past year. Mr Haley was born here June 28~ 1915 and was a lifetime resi- Friends may call at the Beaulieu Funeral Home Wednesday beginning at 3 p.m. Funeral services wiU be held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home with Kev. Wayne T. Large officiating. Burial will be at Park Cemetery in Marquette. C. A. Becker Charles A. Becker cf Star Route 1, St. Ignace, died Sunday at 12:58 a. m. at Little Traverse Hospital in Petoskey following a four-day illness. Mr.-Becker was born Feb. 25. 1904 at Indianapolis, Ind., and resided there until about four years ago when he moved to the St. Ignace area. He was a graduate of the University of Indiana, where he earned letters in baseball and was a member cf Delta U. P. Legal Services May Schedule The Upper Peninsula Legal Services, Inc., Staff Attorney for your area will accept appoint- Tod; ments in accordance with the at- Nugent who not only leads the Cached schedule during the the fact indicate that it's iroup before the mike, musically as well. but: month of May, 1970. Appoint! ments can be made by telephone When he stepped off stage to: or in person at the home office change his black fuzzy suit for j listed, or by contacting the Com- his white fuzzy suit tnings justjmunity Action Representatives weren't the same. K. J. Knight' serving the listed communities, (percussion), Andy Soiomanj Appointments at the Sault Ste. (keyboard) and Greg Arema Marie office, located at 213 West j (bass) guitar Nugent, just three other pretty j Other communities will be are, without the deft j Spruce Street, can be made by pluckin' fingers of j calling 632-3361. good musicians. Nugent flexes the six strings served by the program as follows: with the breadth of expression j Newberry: Tuesdays; May 5th, of the might gaspipe organ in! 12th, and 26th; 9:00 a.m. to 10:45 the Radio City Music Hall. He!a.m.; Friday, May 22nd, about makes them sing, cry, whisper, scream and wail just as Sat- chmo in Ms finer moments does his horn. Much of the music is real gut stuff. Harsh, strident and 4:00 p.m. (After Circuit Court Trial): Community Action Agency Office, Community Building; For appointment call Mrs. Ruth Billey at 293-8222 or 293-5621. St. Ignace: Thursdays: May demanding. But Nugent knows i 7th, 21st, and 28th; Court House; the value of change of pace and 9:00 a.m. to 10:4a a.m. for ap- where to use it. He is also a pointment call Probate Court skilled exponent of the unexpected. The "Mississippi Murder Office at 212. Engadine: By special appointment. Call Newberry 293-8222 or strong with musicianship in professional both their tune with a Soloman vocal was 233-5621. performance and programming. The beat was ioud and clear and the line strong. The rousing closer, heavy on excellent a great big and superb pace changer. Sorry we can't name more Eckerman: By special appointment. CaH 274-5468. Cedarville: By special appoint- percussion, brought the crowd, j USe a mike to UUJ..I* »»O \-tilJ. t, Aid lilt, JlILfi i. • ,-»,— rtni-i/* tune names, but, like too many j ment. Call DeTour 29/-3SS6. contemporary groups, the Dukes' just haven't yet learned how to; if not to their feet, at least to a respectable pitch of voice and applause. There wasn't much opportunity for keen, analytical evaluation during the Dukes' performance. Things moved loud Upsilon fraternity, the I Club, 2n d fast. But conclusions after and the Old Timers' Club, an organization of Indiana University j alumni who were lettermen. He owned and operated the Medical Service Bureau and the Associated Adjustment Company of Indianapolis, and was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church MayRouudtable Will Include Annual Meeting of the Sault. He was em-1 there." His marriage took place | Recognition night and the Dis "•* _ ,-» __C TT'*-. I r~, i «<-, -i J-Y.-I/\ ; — T»-i rJ J *•» n ^r\oll C ! 4 vii'it OYI*TI t il T^-ioaf i« ft ttrill T-. n li rtl r ployed by the U.S. Corp of Engineers and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. He served in the Armed Forces during World War II and was a life member of the American Le<non. He was married March 16, 1951 at St. Ignace He is survived by his wue, Gladvs; two daughters, Mrs. ____ . .„.,,,, James (Jill) Pergl of Platts- j nell Funeral Home at Picked mouth Nebr., and Mrs. Georgina Tuesday beginning at 7 p. m. - ------ ' —;™e m n Sept. 28, 1929 in Indianapolis. > trict annual meeting will be held He is'survived by his widow, i a t the May Scouters Roundtable formation as well convey 111- as emotion. c-c More disappointing, however, Meet llieS€l<iy was the group's concluding The regular meeting of the number. As qualified musicians j chamber of Commerce board of and with the extraordinary: directors will be held Tuesday Nugent talent they should have j a t 5: ^o p.m. at the Big Boy Res- been able to wind up with a': taul . an t ; according to Cecil E. great crowd-stopper based on Tj arn ell', Chamber executive director. According musicianship. 'Instead, they chose to taper ~\ ccor ding to Darnell, the off with an electronic and| meeting ageri d a will include emotional psycho-trick; an; mLnutes of the April meeting, in- high decible. distortion and an BJ sputter unintelligible mike vocal by the leader. Sort of like Frank Sinatra ear- ltroducUonof ports, Big Fish Banquet, ac- biasur.g; counts p ayabl6) O id business and new business. ending a concert with a high wire demonstration. Effective. Marv a daughter, Emma Mur- i which will meet at 7 p. m. Thurs- j yes; but a cop out. °" "^ * T t -T J ! T _ _ -\ f -. w . i t~> m i_ :L. ray, and three grandchildren. | day. May 7, at Soo Township In journalism, a "bulldog welcome, j edition 7 ' is an edition of a daily William, John and Linda, of Al-! School. exandria. Va. He also leaves a • AH scoutcrs are sister Mrs Nellie Holm of In- i Please call reservations to Wil-1 newspaper printed early for dianapoik;. and a brother, Hen- i liam Mattson. 635-5930. " *-' : - '~ J: -'"' ~ : -'~ transportation to distant points. Dr. Claude D. Quist OPTOMETRIST Office Hours: 9 to 12 & 1:30 to 5—Sat. Closed 314 Ashmun St. Dial 2-7741 ry. of California. "Friends may call at the Quin-! 1924 Struble of Sault Ste. Marie, and grandchildren. He also nine Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at St. Mat- leaves a brother, Martin Haley jthias Episcopal Church near of Mt Morris and two sisters, j Pickford, with the Rev. James of Fort Myers. Fla., \ C. Wardlcw officiating. Burial w ; ll be Chapel Gardens. STORE REMODELING 1970 "andLidaMh-onof Sault. Ontario. Friends may call at the Bailey- Newhouse Funeral Home today m Oaklawn Pall bearers will be Michael Amrose, George from 9 to 5 p m. and from 7 to I McDonald. Archie Huff. James 10 p.m. Members of the Ameri-j Huffman, Vern Leach and \\ayne can Legion and the Legion Aux- j Oja. inary will m«et there tonight at : _____ __ 7 o'clock. Funeral services will be neia Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the fu- r.eral home wiih Dr. Joseph Blackburn officiating. Burial Famous Name Brand be. in Oaklawn Chapel Gar- : dens. Members of tbe American | Legion will serve as pallbearers, j Mrs. Filxgerald XEWBERRY — Mr?. James • (Agnes') Fit7,5erald died Sunday : evening at Helen Newberry Joy Hospiial. She was born Sept. 23. 1S93_ at Clarion, Mich., and was married in 1!>21 at r-.Iarquetts to James H. Fitzgerald. They moved to Newberry in 1936, and she was employed at Xewberry State: HospHal from then until her retirement in lOfri. 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