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y I C-4 THE STATE JOURNAL Mon., Oct. 1 , 1 979 ' H. Mears too fast at Atlanta HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) - Rick Mears said he was "running slow," during Sunday's Indy Atlanta Classic, but he managed to run the fastest Indy-type race ever in winning the 150-mile event at the Atlanta International Raceway. Mears, this year's Indianapolis 500 winner, averaged a record 182.094 mph for the victory, finishing more than a lap ahead of second-place Gordon Johncock, who ran out of fuel on the last lap. "I FELT I was running slow," the 28-year-old Mears said. "All I was trying to do was keep everybody in sight and save my equipment. I didn't know what the heat would do to the tires." Bobby Unser, Al Unser and Johnny Rutherford ran faster than Mears, but they also found out what the heat would do to the tires. All blistered the rubber on their right front tire. "Attrition had something to do with my win," Mears acknowledged, "but we had a game plan where I would run what was comfortable to me. I could have run harder, but I would have blistered my right front tire. "IN CONTRAST to my competitors, I set my chassis up very loosely. This cost me corner speed, but it saved me tire wear and won the race," he said. The $14,160 purse boosted Mears' season winnings to $400,898. The victory, coupled with teammate Bobby Unser's third-place finish, gave Mears a 270-point lead with one race to go in the season. Now Mears needs to finish only 11th or better in Arizona to lock up the first Championship Auto Racing Teams point championship. A four-lap caution period early in the race reduced Mears' average speed enough that he barely missed setting a record for the fastest race ever for any type automobile instead of just for Indy cars. Tim McCarver retiring MONTREAL (AP) - Catcher Tim McCarver of the Philadelphia Phillies has announced his retirement after 21 years as a major league player to become a broadcaster for the Philadelphia Phillies. "It was a trilateral decision. Ruly, Paul and Dallas decided I couldn't play any more," -McCarver said Saturday, in a reference to Phillies owner Ruly Xarpenter, general manager Paul Owens and interim manager Dallas Green. SUNDAY WAS McCarver's lasfganw catching for pitcher Steve Carlton against the Montreal Expos, and the two-time Cy Young Award winner hurled a three-hitter in beating the Expos 2-0. McCarver has been renowned as Carlton's personal catcher. McCarver was hitless in four at-bats Sunday, popping to short in his final time at the plate. "I ended my career getting jammed," he quipped. r What Are You Doing 3 Monday Evenings? 0 Association Management Strategies Beginning Swimming Black and White Photography Workshop Folk Guitar (Basic and Intermediate) Great Films: The French New Wave Investments and Securities Reality Coping Workshop Selecting Wines Self Defense Storytelling Workshop Watercolor Painting and Brush Drawing Writing Non-Fiction for Publication EVENING COLLEGE Michigan State University Non credit courses begin October 8 Register now at the Kellogg Center for Continuing Education Phone 355-4562 SIZES 5-16 WIDTHS Hunting Comfort Get into the finest, most comfortable sport boot made. It's insulated and highly water-repellant for all-day comfort; and features a leather-lined high-bellows tongue and rugged Vibram sole. Plus the unique one-time lacing system for perfect fit every time. For the best in sport bootSi it's Irish Setter. 'Not all sizes in all widths. Ws carry woman's sizes, too. ft ' 2480 Cedar Holt 694-0111 Waverly Plaza Lansing 321-2428 CALE YARBROUGH holds that record, turning in a 183.295 mph mark in a qualifying race for the Daytona 500 in 1970. The previous Indy car record of 181.910 was set by Gary Battenhausen in Texas in 1973. Rich's of Atlanta sponsored the race. n SCENE ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE local entertainment covered every Saturday Tf ThcStalc - . TRAILER HITCHES FROM U JS WE INSTALL THEM FREE U-HAUL MOVING CENTERS Corner of S. Cedar & Jolly PH. 393-9240 3425 N. East St.-U.S. 27 PH. 485-5095 ' Safety engineered, custom built, permanent hitches. The right hitch for your car for tow-, ing all types of tuiler boat, camping, house, travel and utility. Lighting hookups, spring supports, tow bars. CUSTOM HITCHES WE SELL AND INSTALL U-MOVE U-HAUL RENTALS U-STORE SELF STORAGE ROOMS TOWBAWS BOXES DOLLIES I 1 I I CUSTOMER SERVICE , Only services you Written warranties Worn parts authorize, performed on all warranted returned at prices you ok'd. products and service. upon request. LUBE and OIL CHANGE Only Most cars, and light trucks This inexpensive but valuable service is recommended every 4,000 to 7,000 miles for most vehicles. Included are up to five quarts of oil and a professional chassis lubrication. Please call for an appointment. l..IKllif-' 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH We also honor: fi n on revolving charge at Firestone stores isa Uincrs Clur ( Minimum monthly payment required. 'Master Charge Carte Blanche All finance charges refunded when paid as acreed. American txpress FREE MOUNTING of Firestone tire purchase. 6 (JIDID 913203 'iiJi2i&fr 'Wis fc fli egg eggp -UiM- Hm i?D TOG? SMJE? Four Season Steel Belted Radial TMX II" SAVE ON milTEWALLSi sro 0. Size P15580R13 Plus $1.59 F.E.T and old tire. mm mm lS.o'3gKr WHITEWALLS T. I Reg. SALE F.E.T. Size (per (per (per tire) tire) tire) P16580R13 165R-13 $45 4I $1.77 P20575R14 FR78-14 70 63 2.52 P21575R14 GR78-14 73 6ft 2.62 P22575R14 HR78-14 77 6 9 2.80 P21575R15 GR78-15 76 6 8 2.79 P22575R15 HR78-15 79 71 2.95 P23575R15 1 LR78-15 1 84 76 3.09 All prices plus tax and old tire. aiaaELi gbebqip 0 ..M IdMl iO- pit o - Lanes Available starting at 8:45 p.m. LXlllMeiV Imos 3101 E. Grand River 337-9775 Just North of Frandor CITY OF LANSING NOTICE TO DIDDERS Sealed proposals marked as indicated will be accepted at the office of the City Purchasing Director. 119 North Washington Square Annex. 1st Floor, Lansing, Michigan 48933 until 3:00 P.M., local time in effect on Tuesday, October 9, 1979. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud immediately thereafter in the Purchasing Department's Conference Room. The City reserves the right to accept any proposal, to reject any or all proposals, to waive any irregularities, and to make the award in the best interests of the City. B-79-239 INCOME TAX FORMS & INSTRUCTIONS" for the Income Tax Division. "B-79-240 FIRE HOSE" for the purchase of approximately 2.000 feet of 3" polyester fire hose in 50' lengths with 2Vj" couplings and approximately 300 feet of 5" polyester fire hose in 1 0O' lengths for the Lansing Fire Department. "B-79-241 POLYMER" for the Wastewater Treatment Plant (Approx. 25.000 Pounds). Vaughan L. McKinch, C.P.M. Purchasing Director 10-2 CITY OF LANSING Notica of Public Hearing on Amending the Zoning Code 5208 S. Logan Street NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE City Council of the City of Lansing, Michigan, proposes to amend the classifications provided for in the Zoning Code passed by the City Coun-cil of said City on November 13. 1958. in the following particulars, viz: Z-37-79 to be re-zoned from: "A" One Family Residence. "J" Parking and "F" Commercial Districts to "F" Commercial District. Notice is further given that a public hearing will be held at the Council Chamber in the City Hall on the 22nd day of October, 1979, at 7:00 o'clock P.M., when all persons interested may appear and give reasons, if any there be. why such amendments to the classifications should not be made. Lansing, Michigan, October 1. 1979 THEO FULTON, CITY CLERK LANSING, MICHIGAN 10-11 CITY OF LANSING Notice of Public Hearing on Amending the Zoning Code 616-614 West Willoughby Rd. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE City Council of the City of Lansing, Michigan, proposes to amend the classifications provided for in the Zoning Code passed by the City Coun-cil of said City on November 13, 1958, in the following particulars, viz: Z-40-79 to be re-zoned from: "A" One Family Residence District to "C" Two Family Residence District. Notice is further given that a public hearing will be held at the Council Chamber in the City Hall on the 22 nd day of October, 1979, at 7:00 o'clock P.M., when all persons interested may appear and give reasons, if any there be, why such amendments to the classifications should not be made. Lansing. Michigan, October 1, 1979 THEO FULTON. CITY CLERK LANSING. MICHIGAN 10-10 CITY OF LANSING Notice of Public Hearing on Amending the Zoning Code West of 2801 N. Grand River Avenue NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE City Council of the City of Lansing, Michigan, proposes to amend the classifications provided for in the Zoning Code passed by the City Council of said City on November 13, 1958, in the following particulars. viz Z 22-79 to be rezoned from: "A" One Family Residence and "C" Two Family Residence Districts to "D-1" Professional Office Districts. Notice is further given that a public hearing will be held at the Council Chamber in the City Hall on the 22nd day of October. 1979 at 7:00 o'clock P.M.. when all persons interested may appear and give reasons, if any there be, why such amendments to the classifications should not be made. Lansing. Michigan. October 1. 1979 THEO FULTON. CITY CLERK LANSING, MICHIGAN 10 6 CITY OF LANSING K0T1CE OF A PUSUC KEARIK3 Case Number -Z-46-79 908 East Mt. Hope Avenue The Lansing Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday October 16. 1979 at 7:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers on the Tenth (10) Floor of City Hall, Lansing, Michigan to consider a request by Susan K. and Kenneth Dickinson to rezone property common ty known as 908 East Mt. Hope Avenue, more particularly described as: Lot 18. the west 21 feet of Lot 19. the east 36 feet of Lot 26. the north 45 feet of Lot 31 except the east 16 feet of the north 10 feet. Hollywood Subdiviion; from a "B" One Family Residential District to a "D-1" Professional Office District. The applicant proposes to convert the existing structure to a real estate office. Written comments will be accepted by the CITY OF LANSING PLANNING DEPARTMENT, 119 NORTH WASHINGTON SQUARE, LANSING. MICHIGAN 48933 prior to October 12. 1979. Comments will also be accepted at the public hearing For additional information please contact the Current Planning Division of the Planning Department at 487-1400 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Lansing Planning Board. 10-18 CITY OF LANSING NOTICE OF m PASSAGE OF AN ORDINANCE NUMBER 544 I. Theo Fulton. City Clerk of the City of Lansing. Michigan, do hereby certify that the following ordinance is a true and correct copy of an ordinance passed by the City Council of the CHy of Lansing, Michigan, on the 24th day of September, 1979. ORDINANCE NO. 544 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LANSING. MICHIGAN, PROVIDING THAT CHAPTER 10A OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES. CITY OF LANSING. MICHIGAN. CONSISTING OF ARTICLE I AND SECTIONS 10A-1 THROUGH 10A-8 BE REPEALED FOR THE REASON THAT THE CITY OF LANSING MUNICIPAL AND CITY JUDICIARY HAVE BEEN REPLACED BY THE 54-A DISTRICT COURT PURSUANT TO STATE LAW. The City of Lansing Or dains: Section 1. That Chapter 10A of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lansing, Michigan, consisting of Sections 10A-1 through 10A-8, inclusive, is hereby repealed and declared to be null and void and of no effect. Section 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days from the date of its passage unless given immediate effect by the City Council. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal of the City of Lansing, Michigan, this 1st day of October, 1979. Theo Fulton City Clerk. 10-14 CITY OF LANSING Notice of PsbSc Hterisg en Amending the Zoning Code 800 Mock Coofidge Rd. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE City Council of the City of Lansing, Michigan, proposes to amend the classifications provided for in the Zoning Code passed by the City Council of said City on November 13, 1958, in the following particulars, viz: Z-33-79 to be rezoned from: "DM" Multiple Family Dwelling District to "F" Commercial District. Notice is further given that a public hearing will be held at the Council Chamber in the City Hall on the 22nd day of October, 1979, at 7:00 o'clock P.M., when all persons interested may appear and give reasons, rf any there be, why such amendments to the classifications should not be made. Lansing, Michigan, October 1, 1979 THEO FULTON, CITY CLERK LANSING. MICHIGAN 1f7 CITY OF LANSING NOTICE OF A PUSUC KZASInS Case Number . Z-47-79 300 and 400 blocks of West Jolly Road The Lansing Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday. October 16. 1979 at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers on the Tenth Floor of City Hall to consider a request by Thomas F. Franke. Jar-vis J. Schmidt and James W. Draper to rezone vacant land in the 300 and 400 blocks of West Jolly Road, west of Ora Street and north of Gardner Junior High School, more particularly described as: That part of the northwest V of Section 4, T3N, R2W, City of Lansing. Ingham County, Michigan commencing at the north corner of said Section 4; thence along the north section line north 89 49' 00" west 642.8 feet, thence south 00 11' 00" west 371.12 feet to the point of beginning; thence south 00 11' 00" west 111 .48 feet; thence running parallel with said north section line north 89 49' 00" west 510.98 feet; thence north 00 19' 30" east 53.75 feet; thence along the arc of a curve to the left 514.48 feet; said curve having a radius of 3883. 00 feet and a chord that bears north 83 44' 09" east, 514.10 feet to the " point of beginning, subject to, any rights of way or easements of record; from a "A" One Family Residential District to a "D-1" Professional Office District. No specific development plans have been submitted. Written comments will be accepted by the CITY OF LANSING PLANNING DE PARTMENT. 119 NORTH WASHINGTON SQUARE. LANSING, MICHIGAN 48933 prior to October 12, 1979. Comments will also be accepted at the public hearing. For additional information please contact the Current Planning Division of the Planning Department at 487-1400 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Lansing Planning Board 10-17 CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF DELTA NOTICE OF PU3LIC HEARING Resolved, that in accordance with the terms and provisions of the Township Rural Zoning Act. same being Act 184. P.A. of Michigan 1942. as amended. Section 2, the Charter Township of Delta Planning Commission declares its intent to consider the following: Ordinance to amend the Zoning Map being a part of the Ordinance known as the Zoning Ordinance of the Charter Township of Delta. The Charter Township of Delta, in the County of Eaton, State of Michigan, ordains: Article 1 3 - The Zoning District Map and all notations, references, and other information appearing thereon are hereby declared to be a part of the ordinance and of the same force and affect as if the Zones therein designated were fully set forth by metes and bounds herein. Such maps are filed with the Clerk of the Charter Township of Delta, Eaton County. Michigan, shall be so amended a: To fix the Zoning Classification from: R 4 MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL to C-1 COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL, property described as: Commencing at the South East corner of Section 22. T4N. R3W, Delta Township. Eaton County, Michigan; thence West 50 feet; thence North 33 feet to point of beginning; thence North 363 feet; thence West 264 feet; thence North approximately 1020 feet to the South Easterly right of way line of Highway l-496-Creyts Road interchange; thence North Westerly along the Highway right of way line 675 feet; thence West 730 feet; thence North 640 feet to the right of way line of Highway. 1-496; thence North and West approximately 1320 feet, along the 1-496 Highway right of way to the North South quarter line; thence South 1742 feet; thence East 300 feet; thence South 867 feet; thence East 875 feet; thence North 200 feet; thence East 150 feet; thence South 200 feet; thence East 270 feet to the point of beginning. General Location: North West corner of Creyts and W. Mt. Hope Hwy.. Lansing, Michigan. 48917. Petitioner: Charter Township of Delta Board of Trustees (Case No. 9-79-47) A public hearing on the proposed Zoning Ordinance amendment will be held on Monday, October 22, 1979 at 7:30 p.m.. at the Delta Administration Building, 7710 W. Saginaw Highway. Lansing Michigan 48917. The Planning Commission's staff does prepare a written analysis of each rezoning petition. The analysis is available not less than seven days prior to the public hearing date and is open to public inspection at the Commission's office, lower floor. Delta Administration Building. Phone 627-4031, Ext. 34. CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF DELTA BARBARA BARRETT. CLERK 10-21 PU3LIC NOTICE Michigan Water Resources Commission Stevens T. Mason Building Lansing, Michigan 48909 517-373-8088 Permit Number: Ml 0026816 NOTICE: Application for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (Public law 92-500) Permit by Wyeth Laboratories. Inc., Mason, Michigan to discharge 1) noncontact and contact cooling water; and 2) parking lot and floor drain runoff into Sycamore Creek via storm sewer. Wyeth Laboratories, Inc. has applied for reissuance of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System PDES) Permit to discharge 1) noncontact and contact cooling water; and 2) parking lot and floor drain runoff into the waters of the State of Michigan. The permit will be issued by the Michigan Water Resources Commission. The applicant is engaged in the manufacture of infant formula. The applicant discharges its effluent to Sycamore Creek via storm sewer. On the basts of preliminary staff review and application of applicable standards and regulations, the Michigan Water Resources Commission proposes to issue a permit for the discharge subject to certain effluent limitations and special conditions. The permit expiration date is February 28, 1984. The proposed determination is issue to NPDES Permit is tentative. Persons wishing to comment upon, or object to, the proposed determination are invited to submit and same in writing to: Engineering & Technical Services Section Water Quality Division Dept. of Natural Resources Box 30028 Lansing, Michigan 48909 The permit application number should appear next to the above address on the envelope and the first page of any submitted comments. All comments received within thirty (30) days of the date of issuance of this public notice wHI be considered in the formulation of the final determinations. If no written objections are received, the Michigan Water Resources Commission will issue its final determinations no later than sixty (60) days following the date of this notice. The application, proposed permit including proposed effluent limitations and special conditions, comments received, and other information, are on file and may be inspected at the Water Quality Division Offices, 8th floor, Stevens T. Mason Building. Lansing, Michigan and at the District Office. Phone 517-322-1687 at any time between 9:30 a m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Copies of the Public Notice and corresponding Fact Sheet summarizing application information and proposed permit conditions are available at no charge. Copies of all other information are available at a cost of 50 per page. Please bring the foregoing to the attention of persons whom you know would be interested in this matter. . 10-22 j-c

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