The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on June 7, 1972 · Page 13
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The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan · Page 13

Holland, Michigan
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Wednesday, June 7, 1972
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1972 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE FIVE GVSC To Graduate 294 on Saturday ALLENDALE - Grand Valley State College will graduate 294 students in exercises June 10 at 11 a.m. in the college field house. Speaking will be Grand Valley's president Arend D Lubbers and an outstanding student, John Struthers of west- side Detroit and a philosophy major. * J Those from Holland graduating will be Dave C. Aussicker, 44 West 38th St., Bachelor of Prulosophy; Pamela A. Baker, 152 East 16th St., Bachelor of Science; William D. Baker 152 East 16th St., Bachelor of Arts; James P. Brinkman, 217 West llth St., Bachelor of Science; John Buursma, 106 West 20th St., Bachelor of Science; Dale M. DeKracker, Box 415, Bach-! elor of Science. Also candidates are N i 1 d a Garcia, 462 Harrison A v e . , Bachelor of Arts; Timothy L. Geerlings, 357 M a p l e Ave., Bachelor of Science; Phillip M. Kearney, 74 West 24th St., Bachelor of Science; Carol A. Kleinheksel, route 5, 50th St., Bachelor of Arts; Henry J. Mac Kechnie, 135 West 34th St., Bachelor of Arts; Kevin CHARLIE cmH I HAVE A QUESTION.. HCW COME WE ENP UP AT I SUMMER CAMP t^ERy'ifcARti WE Rtaiitf WNT (iMTTO 60? I THINK m? JiETSQWETHlNG | rfe CAlU-P URBAN RENBdAJL mTHAPP£N£TO CITY WPSu «^**- ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION NOTSCE OF ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF HAMILTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ALLEGAN COUNTY, MICHIGAN TO BE HELD JUNE 12, 1972 TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF SAID SCHOOL DISTRICT: Please Take Notice That the Annual Election of the qualified electors of said School District will be held on Monday, June 12, 1972 in the High School Building. THE POLLS OF ELECTION WILL OPEN AT 7:00 O'CLOCK, A.M., AND CLOSE AT 8:00 O'CLOCK, P.M. At said Annual Election there will be elected two (2) members to the Board of Education of said district for full terms of four (4) years, ending in 1976. THE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAVE BEEN NOMINATED TO FILL SUCH VACANCIES: Clifford Haverdink Junius Kooiker Loren Joostberns Jasper Poll TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT the following proposition will be submitted to the vote of the electors qualified to vote thereon at said annual election: Shall the limitation on the total amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Hamilton Community Schools, Allegan County, Michigan, be increased by 13 mills on each dollar ($13.00 on each $1,000} of the assessed valuation, as equalized, of all properly in said school district for the year 1972, for the purpose of providing additional funds for operating expenses (this being a renewal of 13 mills for operating purposes which expired with the 1971 tax levy}? All school electors who are registered with the city or township clerk of the city or township in which they reside are eligible to vote at this election. J, James Boyce, Treasurer of Allegan County, Michigan, hereby certify that, as of May 4, 1972, the records of this Office indicate that the total of all voted increases over and above the tax limitation established by the Constitution of Michigan, in any local units of government affecting the taxable property located in Hamilton Community Schools, Allegan County, Michigan, is as follows: none none none none 2.00 mills 3.00 mills 1.00 mill 1.00 mil! 1.00 mill By Allegan County: By Heath Township: By Overisel Township: By Mcmlius Township: By Filfmore Township: By Laketown Township: By Saugatuck Township; By Salem Township: By The School District: By Ottawa Area Intermediate 1971 to 1975, Inc. 1971 to 1973, Inc. 1971 to 1975, Inc. 1971 to 1973, Inc. 1966 to 1975, Inc. School District 1.40 mills Unlimited This Certificate is given pursuant to Section 3 of the "Property Tax Limitation Act" and does not include any tax rote limitation increases which are not required to be recorded in the office of the County Treasurer. f. 7J*- S c , ert!ficate 'S made in connection with an election to be held in the Hamilton Community School District on June 12, 1972. Dated at Allegan, Michigan May 5, 1972. James Boyce Treasurer Allegan County, Michigan This Notice is given by order of the Board of Education. Junius Kooiker Secretary, Board of Education O'Meara, 512 G r a a f s c h a p , Bachelor of Science; Linda Dykhuis Roossien, 4651 52nd St., Bachelor of Arts; B e v e r l y Todd, 119 Cambridge Ave., Bachelor of Arts; Douglas A. Van Dyke. 183 Walnut, Bachelor of Science. Hudsonville residents receiving degrees will be James J. de Waal Malefyt, 6163 Van Burea St., Bachelor of Arts; David H. Hall, 3380 Allen St., Bachelor of Science; Greta L. Shuck, 2935 Jackson, Bachelor of Arts; Steven H. Vegter, 5769 Martin, Bachelor of Science. Zeeland residents graduating Chris M. Cannon, 10919 88th Ave., Bachelor of Science; Esther F. Driesenga, 7494 New Holland, Bachelor of Science; David F. Hemmeke. 426 East Central, Bachelor of Science; Carol A. Hoyt, 3658 Fairview, Bachelor of Science; Norman L. Nykamp, 27 West M a i n Ave., Bachelor of Science. Margaret W. Boyce, 275 North St., Saugatuck, will be awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree. William J. Schipper, 11706 84th St., West Olive, will receive a Bachelor of Science degree. Fredric Heidema Holland Resident Gets Scholarship EAST LANSING -- Fredric Heidema, Holland, has b e e n named winner of a $400 scholarship provided for "outstanding students in Michigan State University's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources." Fredric, who is majoring in food systems economics and management, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Heidema, 908 East Eighth St.. Holland. The MSU freshman was presented the award by the Moorman Manufacturing Company of Quincy, 111. Ottawa County 4-H News By Willis S. Boss | Ottawa County Extension 4-H Youth Agent There are still openings at 4-H camp for any children between the ages of 9 and 14 who like to attend. 4-H camp is hald at Camp Pottawatomie, located about five miles southeast of Grand Haven. Phil Schulze will again serve as camp director and will be assisted by his wife. The program consists of outdoor living, crafts, swimming in a heated swimming pool, good meals, sleeping in 12-bed cabins and all the fun of camping. We have room for a few more boys the week of July 26 to 29 and we have room for both boys and girls the weeks of July 17 to 20, July 24 to 27 and August 7 to 10. Anyone interested in attending this camp should contact the 4-H Office, County Building, Room 101, Grand Haven, Mich. 49417. 4-H Exploration Days will be held on the Campus of Michigan State University the week of June 22 to 24. At the present time 18 delegates are signed up to attend. They had the privilige of choosing one of 95 different topics of study. A meeting for those planning to attend to give final instructions, transportation arrangements, etc., will be held. We are awaiting final arrangements for the horse project Vet Clinic to be held in June. The dairy program is under way. Both Jan Drake and Don Poest have held meetings in the north and south areas of the country for the leaders and members. There are some clinics coming up and we will inform the leaders as arrangements are made. Beef members had their Beef Educational Field Day in May and their projects are well under way towards the final show and sale at the Hudsonville Fair in August. A meeting was held on May 22 for leaders of the summer projects' 1 leaders such as gardening, foods, crops, etc. Another, meeting was held on May 31 for the foods leaders with Mrs. Diana Seybert (formerly Diana Wall) explaining the foods program. We are anticipating other enrollments in the sheep, rabbit, poultry, etc. projects. We will expect exhibits from all of these projects at the fairs this summer, along with the best of the winter projects in a special booth which will be displayed at the Holland and Marne fairs. We look forward to a good summer of 4-H Club work. If anyone has any questions concerning 4-H, they can call or write the 4-H Office, County Building, R o o m 101 Grand Haven, Mich. 49417. Several people have been asking about when the fairs will be held in Ottawa County this summer. They are scheduled as follows: Berlin Fair at Marne July 17 to 22; Ottawa County Fair at Holland, July 24 to 29; Hudsonville Community Fair Aug. 21 to 26. Exhibits will be brought in on Monday of each fair. Most of the judging will be done on Monday and Tuesday. Horse judging will be done on Wednesday of each fair and exhibits will be released according the the fair books on Sat-j urday. i Travel No Extra Charges For Our Service 21 W 7th. 396-1492 HOLLAND Doody's, Inc. THE FAMOUS "SASSY" by Greg Draddy Reg. $36 to $50 Now $25°° A Crisp Little Cotton Cuiarre slashed high at one side and dashed with a bow. Sizes 6 - 1 6 From Our Summer Collection. Max Factor creates the first Waterproof, Weatherproof Perspiration-proof Make-Up, UltraLucent Waterproof Make-Up Ufftralncent Waterproof Make-Up's flawless finish stays fresh, won't streak or run. Goes on silky smooth for a Fookso natural and light, you won't even knowyou have ft on. Protects and moisturizes your skin with a unique new emollient base, $3.50. Tne finishing blush? New UftraLucent Waterproof Blush. Light, creamy, stay-fresh color forcheeks»$3JD0. *3.00 Ultralucent MakeUp UltraLucent Blush Cosmetic Dept 91 DOUGLAS STREET Closed Sundays ALTERNATIVES? What the millage election means to the STUDENTS IN THE HOLLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS "WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF THE MILLAGE FAILS", is a question asked by a number of interested citizens. Obviously, the present educational program must be curtailed if the millage election fails. The Board of Education believes that you, the voter, should be fully informed as to what is at stake in this election. A "yes" vote will mean that the quality of the present educational program will be maintained. However, even with a "yes" vote strict budget controls will be required. A "no" vote will mean that the present program will be drastically reduced for the school year 1972-73. This would mean: 1. More students per classroom. 2. More "split" grades at the elementary level. 3. The cancellation of some elective courses in grades seven through twelve. 4. The curtailing or discontinuing of elementary physical education, music, library and art programs. 5. The curtailing or discontinuing of extra-curricular programs, such as band, orchestra, athletics, forensics, and plays. 6. A reduction of funds for books, supplies and equipment at all grade levels. 7. Most of the 20-25 teachers who have resigned or retired would not be replaced for the school year 1972-73. 8. Probable reduction in custodial, clerical and administrative staff. 9. Curtailing or discontinuing the busing of students to elementary and secondary schools. 10. Curtailing the maintenance programs for buildings and grounds. IT. Reducing capital outlay funds for replacement of desks, equipment and building repair. In addition to these reductions the school District of the City of Holland would still operate at a deficit of approximately $400,000 for the 1972-73 school year, forcing the Board to borrow money and pay interest, in order to maintain school as re- auired by law. Save this ad for reference. 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