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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1972 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE FIVE Reaction Optimistic But Muted By United Press International Reports that a Vietnam war settlement may be imminent has brought generally optimistic, but muted reaction. Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said the reports were "very encouraging," and House Republican Leader Gerald R. Ford said the terms BANFF winter wonderland Clear skies and white snow -- the real winter! Weekly Saturday departures from Jan. 13 through March 31, 1973. Special Christmas tour departing December 23, 1972. 1 night Palliser Hotel "m Calgary, 6 nights Banff Springs Hotel. 7 dinners, 7 breakfasts, sightseeing and sW resort excursions, tips and taxes. Price including round trip air fare, per person sharing a twin-bedded loom: sf Travel 396 1492 21 W. 7th Holland would keep the South Vietnamese "free to choose their own political future." U.N. Secretary General Kurt Waldheim in Baltimore and Prince Souvanna Phouma, pre-1 mier of Laos, in Washington j said a Vietnam settlement I could have a soothing effect on other trouble spots. News of the proposed cease- fire, which was broadcast by Radio Hanoi Thursday and confirmed by the White House, had little effect on the stock market, which rose slightly in i moderately active trading. Sen. George McGovern said he was "haunted" by the knowledge that the war should have ended four years ago and expressed hope that South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu will not block the peace efforts. McGovern's running mate, Sargent Shriver, said the voters should be aware that Nixon has pulled "an election maneuver and...will be rather skeptical of an administration which has waited so long to achieve peace." American party presidential candidate John Schmitz said Nixon "has joined George McGovern in selling out that country and its people." Sen.'John C. Stennis, D-Miss., and Rep. F. Edward Hebert, D- La., chairmen of the Armed Services Committees, were reserved. "Assuming it is substantially what we have been contending for, it certainly puts us too close to peace to turn back now," Stennis said. Hebert said there were indications that Hanoi would keep much land in South Vietnam and that the United States would help pay for the recovery of North Vietnam. Sen. John G. Tower, R-Tex., a supporter of the administration's war effort, said any settlement would be "a tribute to the tough and persevering stand" of Nixon, while dovish Sen. Frank Church, D-Idaho, said the timing was likely to help Nixon in the Nov. 7 presidential election but "I hold peace more dear than politics." Dean Rusk, Secretary of State during the escalation of the war, declined comment. Air Force Maj. Edward K. Elias, a POW freed last month, called the reports "wonderful." First Lady Pat Nixon said she was '·excited." Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- Mass., said, "I think all of us want the war to end. I join all! Americans in hoping...it is over." Declares Dividend NEW YORK (UPD--Chrysler Corp. directpls Thursday declared a dividend of 25 cents a share on the common stock of the auto company. It is payable Dec. 11 to shareholders of record Nov. 6. Named Probate Judge LANSING (UPD -- Lt. Gov. James H. Brickley announced Wednesday the appointment of Robert L. Miles of Big Rapids as probate judge for Mecosta County for a term ending Jan. 1, 1975. CHANNEL 41 TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED By Our Experts Call For Estimates Allen's Radio TV Service on All Makes of TV Complete TV Rental Service (Color and Black and White) 250 River Ave. 392-4289 October 5, 1!)72 The regular meeting of the Holland T o w n s h i p Board w a s held October 5, 1972 at 7 30 P M at the t o w n s h i p office. Present were Supervisor Brower, Cleik K i e u n , | Treasurer Van Rhee. Tiustees 1 Deters, Schaap. Van Doornik. D v k e and Superintendent Gerald Mich- mei hui/en The meeting opened w i t h the Pledge of Allegiance bv all present and prayer was offered by Mi. Van Doornik. Minutes of the September 21, meeting were lead and approved. Superintendent's Report Water main is being tested. Tank is completed and approved toda\ County Road Commission has approved the use of poiybutylene for water service Bids are being opened October 19th at the township office for installation of Water Services. Notices lor S.A.D. No 1 and 2 will be sent out Friday. October 17 will be date of first hearing Two requests for w a t e r service have been leccivcd on Douglas Ave Fui ther discussions will be held on water for Fedeial Area. With funds that are still available, we can put in another 4000 feet of pipe on E Lakewood, or we can go a w h o l e mile possibly \\ith some use of general funds. Moved by Mr. Dyke and supported by Mr. Schaap that we put in another mile of w a t e i line to 112th Avenue and that we provide supplemental funds i£ necessary. Carried. Recreation report w a s presented for information. Building Inspector's report shows permits issued for 5540,00000 worth of new consrtuction Bridges at Riley and Qumcy streets are under construction. Fire Board: Tele-Rad says the bill in question is legitimate S187 00 bill is approved for payment. Moved by Mr. Schaap and supported by Mr. Deters that we have Ruiter Roofing put a seal coat over the black top at Station No 2 and 3. Carried. Election Board: Election inspectors have been selected. Subdivision and Plat: Gerrit Rauch intends to sell the out lot No. 16 11 Brooklane Subd. Building and Grounds: No bids on office building. Moved by Mr. Van Doornik and supported by Mr. Schaap that the matter of a display board be tabled. Carried. Recreation: Report of meeting by Mr. Van Doornik. Rules of contest were outlined. Newsletter: No further report. ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOOR CLOSE-OUT Reg. 22.95 Mill Finish--M-500 $ 18 95 Now Net M755 -- White Self-Storing Reg. 32.95 Now $ 25 95 Net Reg. 28.95 M225 -- White $0095 ' j£.\J Now Net M-76 White Colonial Cross Buck Reg. 39.95 Now *31 95 Net Note: Not All Sizes Available 24th and OTTAWA Phone 396-4649 Supei visor's i c p o r t - New construction appraised at 5279,000 real value added to tax lolls. I'ldi'iimg Commission- Thinks we should look ,»t rerie.ition sites on Lake M a t M l a w a jnd Black River. Recommends t h a t one or two mem- beis of tin- P l a n n i n g Commission be appointed to the Township In- Moved b.\ Mi. Deters and supported by ' Mr. Schaap t h a t t w o members of the P l a n n i n g Commission be appointed to the I n d u s t u a l Committee Carried. The Tieasiiier's report w a s pie- sented foi i n f o r m a t i o n Moved by Mr Van Dooj mk and supported by Mr Kreun th;t the Treasurer's leport be approved as printed and all bills be paid Carried. O t t a w . i County Dram Commission, Ro«coe Do Vues joined the meeting .u 9 00 P M to discuss the M a p l u w o o d D i a m Holland City plans to improve their diams. Mr. De Vnes (eels that our section of the Maplewood d r a m needs impiov- inp also and that this w o u l d be a good t i m e to do it Moved bv Mi D c t r i s and sup- p o i t e d b\ M i . Van Rhee that we indicate our a p p i o v a l of shaiing m the i m p r o v e m e n t of the Maplewood D i a m Cm lied. A letter was leceived relative to .-ending a dele-gate to the county h e a l t h p l a n n i n g meeting M' B l o w e r w i l l attend. A request has been received f i o m the New Gromngen and North H o l l a n d Cemetn les for m a i n t e n a n c e f u n d s Moved bv Mi Deteis and supported b M i . Schaap t h a t we approve the expenditure of S'iOQ 00 foi each cemetery for maintenance i pin poses Cai l led i A lesolution was presented bv Mr. Schaap to set a h e a l i n g date for Special Assessment D i s t i i c t No 1 a= f o l l o w s : ( R E S O L U T I O N WHEREAS, the Township Board has received p e t i t i o n s requesting t h a t the Township acquire and construct water supply t a c i h t i e s in the T o w n s h i p to be located as heicm- a f t e r set i o i t h - and WHEREAS said petitions have been executed and signed bv the record owners of lands c o n s t i t u t i n g at least 5l fr of the total land area in the pioposcd special assessment disti ict described hereafter: and WHEREAS, plans and specifications showing the improvement and the location thereof and an esti- m a t e ot S7 000 00 as the total cost theieof have been prepared by PI em Newhof registered professional engmeeis ot Grand Rapids. Michigan, and have been tiled with thcTow nship Clerk: and WHEREAS, the Township Board has the power and authority pursuant to the provision of Act 388. Public Acts of Michigan of 1954. as amended, to proceed to make this improvement and to assess the cost oi this i m p r o v e m e n t to the pioer- ties to be benefited NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HOLLAND. OTTAWA COUNTY, MICHIGAN, as follows: 1 That the Township Board, acting on the basis of petitions received m accoidance w i t h Sectons 3 and 4 of Act 188 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 1954, as amended, hereby tentatively declares its intention to make the following public improvement consisting of the acquisition and construction of water supply facilities to be supplied w i t h water from the Wyoming water s} stem Such water supplv system shall consist of water mains of approximately 800 feet of 6 inch water mams and w i l l include \alves and f n e hydrants. These water mams w i l l be located as follows: 6" mam on First Avenue f r o m Aniline Avenue to Beech Street The Tow r nship Board declares its intention to assess the cost thei eof to a special assessment district consisting of the properties to be benefited by such improvement as to be determined hereafter 2 That this Board does hereby tentatively designate the lands described on Exhibit A attached hereto as the special assessment district against which the cost of said improvement is to be assessed 3 That the plans and the cost estimate for the said improvement be filed with the Township Clerk. 4. That the Township Board shall meet m the Township Hall. 373 N 120th Avenue, Holland. Michigan, on the 17th day of October. 1072. at 7 "SO o'clock P.M . Eastein Standard Tune, to hear and consider a n y objections to said improvement and to said special assessment district, and t h a t notice of said hearing s h a l l be given by publishing the same t w i c e prior to said h e a r i n g in the Holland Evening Sentinel a newspaper circulating m said T o w n s h i p , and also bv mailing such notices, as i c q u i r e d by Act 162. P u b l i c Acts of Michigan of 19(52. as amended, by first class m a i l postage f u l l y prepaid to each o w n e r of 01 pai t in i n t e i e s t in any and all p r o p e i t v to be assessed for said improvement in t h e special assessment district t e n t a t i v e l y established therefor, whose n a m e appears upon the last local tax assessment records of said T o w n s h i p , addressed lo each such ov ncr or p a r t v at his address as s h o w n on said tav recoids. such | m a i l i n g a n d t h e f u s t such p u b l i c a - tion In be a! leasi t e n ( 1 0 ) d a v s befoi p the d a l e of said hearing The said t a \ assessment i-ecords fi om w h i c h said n a m e s and addi esses a r c t a k e n s h a l l consist o f t h e I n s t T o w n s h i p assessment i oil for ad \ a l o i e m tn^- pin poses w h i c h has been r e v i e w e d by the T o u n s h i p Board of Review as s u p p l e m e n t e d by aiu s u b s e q u e n t changes in the n a m e s oi a d d i esses of such o w n c i c oi p a n i c s listed t h e i eon AYES Messrs Brov r 1 - Van R h c r Krcim n r t r r s S r h a a p , V a n D n n i n i k and D\ I-c N \ Y S None M o v e d bv Mi S r h a a p and sup- p n i t e r l b y M r D \ k e t h a t t h e foi c - gomg r e s o l u t i o n lip approved. Car- 1 irr] A i p s o l u h o n w a s p i o s m l e d bv M i Van Hum i n k K. sot ,1 h e j i r i n c f l . i l e fo- s,p r ., n | A s s c s s m o n l D i s l i i c l No 2 as f o l l o w s rn;SOI f T l O N \Vlli:UK.\S theTownship Ru.url has leceivrd nohtion 171 i cnupMniET PROMOTED--Pedro Aquilar has been promoted to production foreman in the Zeeland Plant of Northern Charged With Murder Of Four Women KALAMAZOO (UPI) -- Murder charges keep piling up against Danny A. Ranes, 28, of Portage. Ran e s was Motorist Injured Orah June Holtrust, 33, of 576 West 20lh St., suffered minor injuries at 1:02 a m . today the car she was driving went out of control along northbound Blue Star Highway 200 feet south of the US-.'U interchange and went into a ditch. charged w i t h first-degree murder Thursday in the slaying of Pamela Fearnoy, 19, of Kalamazoo. whose decomposed body was found near Killowat Lake Oct. 17 near Galesburg. Miss Fearnoy had been reported missing since Aug. 5. Ranes demanded preliminary examination late Thursday in District Court. The hearing date was set for Nov. l. Ranes is facing three other Youth Charged In Baker Breakin Reuben Quintavilla, 17. of New Holland St., apprehended outside Baker Furniture Co.. 147 Columbia Ave. early Thursday after a breakin was reported, appeared in Holland District ] , Court Thursday on charges of breaking and entering and pos- .. Ma nchild" will appeal- session of marijuana. | in a free concert at Grand Val- Qumtavilla pleaded innocent , ]ev state College - s student cof- to a charge of marijuana pos- j fe ehouse. upstairs at the Com- session and demanded a hear- mons at 9 Monday, Oct. nig on the breakin charge, lo- ^ ' tal bond of $750 was not f u r - | ' . . ' nished and Quintavilla was remanded to the Ottawa countv Manchild' at GVSC ALLENDALE -- The musical Fibre Products Co. Aquilar | murder charges in Kalamazoo has been employed in the j County Circuit Court, including Zeeland Plant since Nov. 8, those" involving the deaths of I960. He resides at 331 East two Chicago girls. Washington St., Zeeland In other cases: with his wife, Felisita and --Ranes Wednesday w a s four children. bound over lo Circuit Court . | after examination in district court on first degree murder charges and charges of murder during the perpetration of rape. The victim in this case was Mrs. Patricia Howk, 28, of Kalamazoo Township. She was found dead last March behind an elevator company after residents saw her 17-month-old son, been executed and signed b\ the i c c u i d n u n e i s o f land* const t u n i n g at leabt 5K, of the total land a i c a in the proposed special a*.se:%sment distuct described hereafter, and WHEREAS, plans and specifications showing the improvement and the location thereof and an estimate of $24.000 as the total cost thei cot have been p r e p a i c d by Pi em . N e u h o f , registered piolessional engineers of Grand Rapids. Michigan. and h a v e been nied \\ uh the To\\n- i Cory, wandering in the area. ,-.,,,., ,,,,,) --Ranes also is awaiting trial n Circuit Court on two first degree murder charges in the deaths of Linda Clark, 19, and Claudia Bidstrup, 19, both of Chicago. Their decomposed oodies, tied with ropes, were found July 17 in a car near Galesburg. Also charged with murder in the deaths of the Chicago girls is Brent Eugene Koster, 15, of Kalamazoo. Probate authorities waived jurisdiction over the boy so he could be tried as an adult. ship Clei K and W H E R E A S , the Townsnip Board has the powei and a u t h o i i t v pu · s n a n t to the provisions of Act 188. Public Acts of Michigan of 1954, as amended, to proceed to make this impi ovement and to assess the cost of this improvement to the properties to be benefited NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HOLLAND, OTTAWA COUNTY. MICHIGAN, as follows: 1. That the Township Board, acting on the basis of petitions received in accordance with Sections 3 and 4 of Act 188 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 1954. as amended. hcreb tentatively declares its intention to make the following public improvement consisting of the acquisition and construction of water supply facilities to be supplied with water from the Wyoming w a t e r sjstem Such water supply s\stem shall consist of water mains ol approximately 3000 feet of 6 inch water mains and will include valves and fire hydrants. These water mams Vvill be located as follows: 6" mam on Fourth Avenue from Aniline A\enue west to its end. 6" mam on Beech Street from Third Avenue to Fourth Avenue. 6 ' mam on Third Avenue from Beech Street west to its end. The Township Board declares its Intention fo assess the cost theieof to a special assessment district consisting of the properties to tae benefited by such improvement as to be determined hereafter. 2 That this Board does hereby tentatively designate the lands described on Exhibit A attached hereto as the special assessment district against which the cost of said improvement is to be assessed 3 That the plans and the cost estimate for the said improvement be filed w i t h the Township Clerk. 4. That the Township Board shall meet in the Township Hall. 373 N 120th Avenue, Holland, Michigan, on the 17th day of October, 1972, at 7 30 o'clock P.M , Eastern Stand a i d Time, to hear and consider any objections to said improvement and lo said special assessment district. and t h a t notice of said hearing shall be given by publishing the same twice prior to said hearing in the H o l l a n d Evening Sentinel, a n e w s paper c i r c u l a t i n g in said Township, and also by mailing such notices, as required by Act 162 P u b l i c Acts of M i c h i g a n of 1962. as amended. by f n s l class m a i l , postage f u l l v piepaid. to each o w n e r of or party m interest in a n j and a i l property to be assessed for said improve^ ment in the speical assessment dis- tuct tentatively established thei e- foi . whose n a m e appears upon the last local tax- assessment iccords of said T o w n s h i p addressed to each such owner or parly at his addiess as s h o w n on said t a x iccoids. such m a i l i n g a n d t h e f i r s t such p u b l i c a - t i o n lo be at least ten i l u j days b c l o i e the d a t e of said h e a r i n g The said ta^ assessment i c c o r d s f i om u h i c h said n a m e s and addi esses a i c t a k e n shall consist of the l a s l Tow n s h i p asse.ssmcnl r o l l for ad \ a l o r e m tax purposes w Inch has hern reviewed b\ the Township B o a i d of R e v i e w , as .supplemented b\ ain .subsequent changes in the ii. i m p s or addresses of such owners or pai ties listed thereon AYi;s Messis B i o u p i , V a n Rhce. K i e u n D c t e i s , Schaap. V a n D o o i n i k a n d n \ k e N ^ Y S . None Moved In Mr Van Dnoi ink and .supported Ijv \li V a n Rhep t h a t thr ffiicgoing lesolution be adopter) C'ai t led Mi Van Dhpp ippoitpd on the slurK of using cnmpulci s fot oui iilllitv and tax progi ams Mo\pd bv Mi Dptprs- and suppnited h\ Mr S t h a a p dial v e h a \ p a n explanation ' o f i onipiilfl.s nt oui no- t Board I m e e t i n g .it 7 lid P M Can iPd I \ sliopl light v ill bo plai pd 1 tlllh \ \ ( nur ,,: ;' Qmnr \ Si Movt ri lo ad inn n 1 I lid P \] I npsDci-lfulh M l b n u l t r r J ! C'hallps G Kipun C'ln I. The last bearded president of the United States was Benjamin Harrison. Police said Quintavilla was stopped by officers as he came around a corner of the Baker auilding. Police were summoned lo Bakers where vending machines on the first and second floors were entered and a quantity of change and items was missing Police said they recovered some gum and a small quantity of marijuana with the arrest ot Quintavilla. Windmill Restaurant Breakfast Served All Day "PANCAKES" Our Specialty 28 W. 8th Holland Open 6 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. A dealership in soft water equipment sales, service and rentals can be a profitable and satisfying way to own and run your own business. You will represent a leading, manufacturer and we will supply you with extensive technical, sales, promotional and financial training. Our company, a world wide leader in water treatment, will work with the right man in a dealership in this area. We'll show you very high profitability in one of today's fastest growing industries. Want more facts? Call collect anytime, Mr. Harry Adams at 217-443-2350 or write to: Harry Adams 203 Oak Hill Drive Danville, Illinois 61832 HAVE YOU T R I E DRIVING THE BIGGEST SELLING CAR IN EUROPE? YOU'LL FIND OUT IT'S T R U THAT J3HEJB at Open Mon. thru Friday 7 - 5 Sat. Til Noon t h a i thr Tnv nship rtrqunc aim i mi. i t s l i u r t unlri supply f a c l l l t i r - s in (ho I Tnv nship to HP locator! as net pin- 1 a! l^i *-rt rot (h rmrl i \ V H T . R K \ S said p e t i t i o n s h a v e 1 WILLIAM G. OONK William G. Oonk is a Vice President at the People's Bank. You'll find him in the Installment Loan Department ready to help you in eve^y way pos- lible. Bill attended Holland High School, Hope College, Western Michigan University and Columbia University. He also hoi token course* at the Michigan School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking. Get to know the people who work at the People's Bank ... Let them work for you! Deposits Insured to S20.000 PEOPLE'S STATE BANK of HOLLAND WEST SIDE 510 West 17th Street EAST SIDE t Eth and 120th Avcnus SOUTH SIDE Maple and 29th Street DRIVE-IN OFFICE 45 East 9th Straat NORTH SIDE 177 North River Avsnoa DOWNTOWN 3B East 3th Street DIAMONDS FOP THOSE WHO A P P R E C I A T E Style Quality Value HEER5PINK 7 S HAVE THE SELECTION Costing Less Than You Think HEERSPINICS JEWELRY Since 1935 Washington Square Drives Better ^ Has More Room Has 4 Wheel Disc Brakes Has Radial Tires -^ Gives Better Gas Mileage Comes in 4 Speed or Automatic Transmission DO YOU KNOW OF ANY OTHER MEDIUM-SIZED CAR WITH ALL THESE FEATURES? Drive A Fiat and Compare! The Biggest Selling Car In Europe FRED'S CAR LOT 675 Chicago Dr. Holland 392-2873 Open Mon., Wed. Fri. 'til 9 - Tues., Thurs. Sat. 'Til 5:30 IN £V SPA PERI NEWSPAPER!

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