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20 THE TIMES HERALD PORT HURON, MICH. Navy. He was a member of Chapter 12, D.A.V., Port Huron, Albert A. Glassford. Post 142, Forest Lodge 126, Royal Arch Mason Chapter 76, Almont, Lodge Council Chapter, Consistory of.
Bay City, and the Capac First United-Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife; seven Joel, Terry, Michael, David, Lewis, James and William Walker, all of Capac; seven daughters, Mrs. Delores Stroup and Mrs. Donna Cutcher, both of I. hn'in urn ont More obituaries on Page (A three sons, Richard L.
Kaumeier, Port Huron, David F. Kaumeier, Lansing, and John R. Kaumeier, Miami, a daughter, Mrs. Robert A. (Judith) Jolin, Marshall; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Services will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The Rev. Robert B.
Koenig, pastor, will officiate. Robert C. Rehberg, Lvle F. Frank, Kenneth R. fiaflield, Dr.
E.A. Zimmer, William D. Cain and Benjamin Bennett will be pallbearers. Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery. Remains are in Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home, where a Rosary will recited at 7:30 p.m.
today. Lewis E. Walker CAPAC Lewis E. Walker, 66, of 306 North Hunter died Thursday at home after a long Illness. He was born July 8, 190, in Capac and was a life-long resident.
He married Irene Vanderploeg in April, 1937, in Capac. He was the Capac Chief of Police for 19 years, retiring in 1963. He was a veteran of World War II service with the grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. Services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Hacker Funeral Parlors, Sandusky.
The Rev. Larry Morris, pastor of the Cash Church of God, will officiate. Burial will be in Zion Cemetery, Wa-tcrtown. Visitation will begin this evening in the funeral home and will continue until the lime of the funeral. E.
Louis Kaumeier PORT HURON E. Louis Kaumeier, 77, of 1621 Seventh died Wednesday in Port Huron Hospital following a long illness. He was bora Aug. 25, 1899, in Port Huron, where he was a lifelong. resident.
He married Marguerite H. Wendt in Michigan City, Ind. Mr. Kaumeier was a 1917 graduate of Port Huron High School. He attended Assumption College, Windsor, Ont.
He was a veteran of World War serving in the Navy. Mr. Kaumeier was employed In the engineering department of the St. Clair County Road Commission for many years. He was later employed by the Michigan State Highway Department, where he worked until retiring in 1964.
He was a member of Charles Hammond Post 8, American Legion; Msgr. E.J. McCormick Council 521, Knights of Columbus; and Leo F. White Barracks 659. Veterans of World War I.
Mr. Kaumeier is survived by his wife; tnniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiinsiiiiniiini Funeral Information ARTHUR SMITH FUNERAL HOMES Friday, November 26, 1 976 Obituaries Herman A. Pringle Sr. PORT HURON Herman A. Pringle 70, 4138 Keewahdin, died Thursday in Massillon, Ohio, after a long illness.
He was born Feb. 15, 1906, in Michigan and had lived in Port Huron all of his life. His wife, Doris Pringle, preceded him in death. He is survived by a son, Herman A. Pringle Massillon, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs.
Louise Foster and Mickey Lou Pringle, both of Port Huron; 17 grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Malcolm Edith! Smith. Port Huron. Services will be Saturday at 5 p.m. in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Fort Gratiot Branch.
Elder Garold Gilbert will officiate. Mrs. Emil F. Bidoul HARRISON Maria G. Bidoul, 65, died Wednesday in her home after a long illness.
She was born April 30, 1911, in Grosse Pointe Farms. She married Emil F. Bidoul June 28, 1930, in Detroit. He died in 1964. She is survived by five sons, Emil Bidoul, Mount Clemens; Franklin Bidoul, New Haven; Victor and Richard Bidoul, both of Harrison; and Edward Bidoul, Romeo; four daughters, Mrs.
Franklin (Germame) Decker, Avoca; Mary and Bertha Bidoul, both of Harrison; and Mrs. Charles (Theresa) Powell, Henderson, two brothers, Alphonse Maes, Mount Clemens; and Camiel Maes, Richmond; three sisters. Mrs. Margaret Fair-man and Mrs. Augusta VerKinderen, both of Sterling Heights and Mrs.
Madeline VerKinderen, Warren; and 22 grandchildren. Services will be Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in Tiffany-Young Funeral Home, Armada. Services will also be held at 10 a.m. in St.
Mary's Mystical Rose Catholic Church, Armada. Rev. Martin Erpeld-ing. pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Ceme tery, Detroit.
Remains are in the funeral home. A rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today in the funeral home. Mrs. Ira Christy MARINE CITY Elsie H.
Christy, 75. of 5510 North River Road, Marine City, died Thursday in River District Hospital after a long illness. She was born Vnrch 3, in Port Huron, and lived in the Marine City area for about 11 years. She married Ira Christy on Sept. 5, 1935, in Port Huron.
She is survived by her husband and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 1 :30 p.m. Saturday in the Bower-Rose Funeral Home, Marine City. Rev. John W.
Kershaw, pastor of the United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be In Woodlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Russell Kern MARLETTE Mrs. Frances Kern, 64, died Thursday in Marlette Community Hospital after a short illness.
She was born July 26, 1912, in Brown City. She was a lifelong resident of Sanilac County, moving to Marlette in 1948. She and Russell Kern were married April 10, 1943, in Snover. Mrs. Kern was a 1930 graduate of Brown City High School.
She is survived by her husband; a daughter, Francine Kern, Marlette; a sister, Mrs George Marshall, St. Petersburg, and two brothers. Russell Frev, Phoenix, and Floyd Frey, Peck. Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in Marsh Funeral Chapel, Marlette.
The Rev. Lee McGinnis, pastor of Marlette Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Marlette Cemetery. TOWNSHIP OF CLYDE ST. CLAIR COUNTY ANTI-BLIGHT ORDINANCE NO.
10 An Ordinance to reduce or eliminate blight, blighting factors or causes of blight within Clyde Township, St. Clair County, Michigan THE TOWNSHIP OF CLYDE ORDAINS; Section t. Purpose Consistent with the letter ond spirit of Act. No. 344 of the Public Acts of 1945, as amended, it is the purpose of this ordinance to prevent, reduce or eliminate blight or potential blight in Clyde Township by the prevention or elimination of certain environmental causes of blight or blighting factors which exist or may In the future exist in said Township.
Section 2. Causes of Blight or Blighting Factors. It is hereby determined that the following uses structures and activities are couses of blight or blighting factors, which if allowed to exist, w'll tend to result in blighted and undesirable neighborhoods. On and after the effective dote of this ordinance, no person, firm or corporation of any kind shall maintain or permit to be maintained any of these couses of blight or blighting factors upon any property in Clyde Township owned leased, rented or occupied by such person, firm or corporation. A.
In any area zoned for residential or agricultural purposes, the storage upon any property of junk automobiles, except in a completely enclosed building. For the purpose of this ordinance, the term junk automobiles shall include any motor vehicle which is not licensed for use upon the highways of the State of Michigan for a period' in excess of sixty days and shall also include, whether so licensed or not, any motor vehicle which is inoperative for any reason for a period in excess of one hundred eighty (180) days. B. In area zoned for residential or agricultural purposes, the storage or accumulation of junk, trash, rubbish or refuse of any kind, except domestic refuse stored in such a manner as not to create a nuisance for a period not to exceed thirty days. This shall include ports of machinery or motor vehicles, un-used stoves or other appliances stored in the open, remnants of woods, metal or any other material or- other castoff material of any kind whether or not the same could be put to any reasonable use.
C. In any area zoned for residential or agricultural purposes, the existance of any vacant dwelling, garage or other outbuilding unless such buildings are kept securely locked, windows kept glassed or neatly boarded up and otherwise protected to prevent entrance thereto by vondals. Sect'on 3. Enforcement ond Penalties. A.
This ordinance shall be enforced by such persons who shall be so designated by the Township Board. B. The owner, if possible, ond the occupant of any property upon which any of the causes of blight or blighting factors set forth in Section 2 hereof is found to exist shod be notified in writing to remove or eliminate such causes of blight or blighting factors from such property within 30 days after service of the notice upon him. Such notice may be served personally or by registered mail, return receipt requested. Additional time may be granted by the enforcement officer where bonafide efforts to remove or eliminate such, causes of blight or blighting factors are in progress.
C. Failure to comply with such notice within the time allowed by the owner andor 'occupant shall constitute a violation of this O. Violation of this ordinance shall be a misdemeanor which shall be punishable upon conviction thereof by a fine not exceeding One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) or by imprisonment for not exceeding thirty (30) days or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court. Section 4. Effective Date.
This Ordinance shall become effective 30 days after passage and adoption. Passed and adopted this 1 6 day of Nov. 1 976. Mrs. Sylvester Pinkoski GAGETOWN Mary Pinkoski, 57, Capetown, died unexpectedly Tuesday, in her home.
She was born Oct. 13, 1919, in Lake Township, Huron County, and lived in Gagetown since 1953. She was married to Sylvester Pinkoski May 2, 1936, In Port Austin. Mrs. Pinkoski was a member of St.
Agatha Catholic Church, Gagetown. She is survived by her husband; three sons, Kenneth Pinkoski, Pigeon, Terry Pinkoski, Caro, and David Pinkoski, Gagetown; two daughters, -Mrs. Morris Creason, Memphis, and Mrs. Terry Stone, Pekin, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Champagne, Wilmot, four brothers; a sister; 14 grand children and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in St. Agatha Church. The Rev.
Norman Van Poppelen, pastor, will officiate. Burial will bo in the church cemetery. Remains are in Hunter Funeral Home, Gagetown. Mrs. Russell H.
Harrison PORT HURON TOWNSHIP Inez S. Harrison, 83, of 4226 Lapeer Road, died Thursday in Port Huron Hospital after a long illness. She was born Sept. 1, 1893, In Huron County, and lived in Port Huron Township 56 years. She was the widow of Russell H.
Harrison. He died in January, 1952. Mrs. Harrison was a member of Gris-wold Street Baptist Church. She is survived by a son, Theodore R.
Harrison, North Street four daughters, Mrs. George (Mildred) Learned and Mrs. Warren (Myrtle) Gross, both of Port Huron, Mrs. Gerald (Beth) Rus-tern, Frankenmuth, and Mrs. Donald (Clarabel) Lee, North Street; 26 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Services will be Monday at 1 p.m. in Arthur Smith Funeral Home, South Chapel. The Rev. Samuel R. Meads, of Grlswold Street Baptist Church, will officiate.
Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery. Remains arc In the funeral home, where visiting hours are 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Memorials may be made to the church. William A.
White Sr. MIAMI, William A. White Miami, died Thursday in Baptist Hospital, Miami, after a short illness. He and Grace E. Parker were married March 7, 1941.
Mr. White is survived by his widow; a son, William A. White and his mother, Mrs. Fred E. White, both of Port Huron.
Remains will be returned to the Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home, Port Huron. Funeral arrangements are In complete. Mrs. Bernard Sanderson APPLEGATE Mary J. Sanderson, 92, died Thursday in Stone Nursing Home.
Croswell, after a long illness. She was born Jan. 1, 1884, near Croswell and was a lifelong resident of Sanilac County. She married Bernard L. Sanderson June 1, 1915, in Croswell.
He died Aug. 8, 1957. Mrs. Sanderson is survived by one son, Clare Sanderson, Applegate; a sister, Mrs. Vera Blankenburg, Lansing; three ULLENBRUCH'S ft Wl FLOWER SHOP w.
Viy rtowvfft roc ah vctanoni 5 Frofda E. Wilkinson, Clerk North Chapel 1525 Hancock St South Chapel. 7th Union St. 937-202i TODAY FLORENCE L. MAITLAND, 78 1407 Pine it.
tSoulh Ctupi'l SATURDAY KATHLYN (WAAL) BOSKEE. 80 3147 10th Marvddlt Cmler 11:00 a.m. Si. Murvs Catholic Church Rosary IM) p.m. Tonight North Chapel Calling Hours: 2-1 7 9 p.m.
Today MONDAY INEZ S. HARRISON, 83 4226 Lapeer Rd. 1:00 p.m. South Chaprl Calling Hours: 2-5 7-9 p.m. Sat.
Sun. SERVICES PENDING FLOYD SHELDON, 70 358 Military St. ttiiiiiiittimiiiiiiuiiiiiinNiiiiiiiiiuiiiuuniuuiuiiuii II Aniiauci, oaiiuia iuu, uum, Joanne, Kay, Margaret, and Rory Walker, all of Capac; six brothers, Gerald Walker, Clearwater, Donald, William and Keith Walker, all of Port Huron, Guy Rogers City, and Robert Walker, Hastings; 23 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services are at 2 p.m. Sunday in the' Barnard Funeral Home, Capac.
The Rev. Ray Burkett of the First United Methodist Church, Capac, will officiate. Burial will be in Capac Cemetery. Masonic services will be at 8 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home.
Remains are in the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 9 ii rvi C'ltittvfilr y. ill. ucn in uuj Arena P.M.
Place Talent i uiiiiimii Minimi I i ll 1 Mrs. Kathlyn Waal Boskee PORT HURON Mrs. Kathlyn J. Vaal Boskee, 80, of 3147 Tenth died Wednesday in Port Huron Hospital after a long illness. She was born Oct.
15, 1806 in Van Wert, 0., and lived in Port Huron since 1950. Mrs. Boskee is survived by a son, Robert E. Waal, Port Huron; a sister, Mrs. Olive Mason, Phoenix, and two grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The Very Rev. John R.
Hogan, pastor of St. Edward 's-on-the Lake Catholic Church, and Rev. William F. Welch, pastor of St. Mary's will officiate.
The remains will be in the Arthur Smith Funeral Home north chapel from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. A Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today in the funeral home. Burial will be in White Chapel Cemetery, Troy.
William C. Hendrick MARYSVILLE William C. Hendrick, 56, of 1103 Maywood retired employe of the Detroit Edison Company, died Thursday i Mercy Hospital, Port Huron, after a long illness. He was born Aug. 12, 1920 in St.
Clair, He served in the U. S. Marine Corps during World War II and was a past member of the American Legion in Marysville. He and Miss Jeanette Anderson, Ilol-ton, Mich, were married April Mr. Hendrick is survived by his widow: five sons, William, Paul, Howard, Gary and Wayne Hendrick; all ol Marysville: two daughters, Kathleen Hendrick.
Port Huron, and Karen Hendrick, Mayrsville; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hendrick, St. Clair; a brother, Theodore Hendrick, Marine City; a sister, Mrs. Sally Mertz, St.
Clair, and two grandchildren. The remains are in the Colonial Funeral Home, Jay Street Chapel, St. Clair, where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday. The remains will be in the funeral home after 2 p.m.
Saturday. Rev. William Randall, pastor, Smiths Creek Community Church, will officiate. Memorials may be made to the Marysville Little League. Burial will be in Marysville Riverlawn Cemetery.
Mrs. John Maitland PORT HURON Mrs. Florence L. Maitland, 78, of 1407 Pine died Wednesday in Marwood Manor after a long illness. She was born May 1, 1898 in Hamilton, Ohio, and lived in Port Huron for 30 years.
She was a graduate of Notre Dame Academy and was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church. Her husband, John W. Maitland, died March 16, 1967. Mrs. Maitland is survived by a sister, Miss Betty A.
Davison, Port Huron, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted today in the Arthur Smith Funeral Home South Chapel. Rev. J. Alton Cressman, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church, officiated.
Burial was in Lakeside Cemetery. Records Tire calls (From Noon Wednesday to 7 a.m. today) PORT HURON: 4:06 a m. Thursday, 1408 Sixth house fire, returned at 4:48 a.m. PORT HURON: 2:23 p.m.
Thursday, 3007 Ravenswood Road, house fire, returned at 3:46 a.m. PORT HURON: 7:32 p.m Thursday, 2725 Omar Street, house fire, retunred at 8:01 p.m. Births JJorn to Mr. and Gerald Sompels, Muskegon, a daugh- tor, Nov. 16.
Mrs. Sompels is the daugh-ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nowosad, St. Clair.
Mr. Sompels is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sompels, Grand Blanc. Port Huron Areo Deaths, Funerals HII0TT, FLORENCE MART 7V47 Military died Wednesday In St.
Jo-J seph Hospital, after a long Illness. Services will be Saturday at 9:30 in L.C. Frleder--crtj and Son Funeral Home, St Clair. Services will also be held at 10 A.M. In St.
Morv's Catholic Church, St. Clair. Burial I will be In Our Lady of Mercv Cemetery, Sarnia. Remains are In the funeral home, where visiting hours are from 1-9 P.M. today.
A Rosary will be recited of 8 P.M. tonight. Memorials may made to the Amerl- can cancer society. KAUMflfR, E. LOUIS I November 24, of 1621 7th St Funeral serv-; Ice 10 A.M.
Saturday from SI. Joseoh Church. Interment Lakeside Cemetery. Re-' mains at the Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home, Elk SI. at Pine Grove Ave.
Rosary 7:30 P.M. Friday. Blue Water District Deaths, Funerals NICHOLS, EDWARD F. Age 88, Nov. 24th.
Dearly beloved husband of Pearl, father of Jack and brother of Mrs. Bessie White. Funerol services Sat. 11 A.M. In Sawyer-Fuller Funeral Home, 2125 W.
12 Mile Rd. (2 blocks west of Woodward), Berkley. Graveside services 2 M. Saturday Lambs Cemetery, Lambs, Ml. CHRISTY, ELSIE H.
Age 75, of Marine City, died Thursday In River District Hospital after a long Illness. Funeral services Saturday 1:30 P.M. In Bower-Rose Funeral Home, Marine City. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. BUY DIRECT SAVtl laftcni Michigan' Largest Mofiwm nt Manufacturer Since 1880 JONES MONUMENT CO.
3549 Stoei of Holland M-7711 inn. SYNOPSIS Meeting held on November 17, 1976, 3720 Keewahdin Drive Members present; Peterson, Wilkinson, Sie men, Clark, Benedict, Johnston and KirkendaH. Also presenti Township Manoger Meier and Township At torney Cummingi. 1. Approved minutes of meeting of November 3, 1976.
2. Approved Mil in the amount of 1 2,200.30. 3. Approved renewol of skating permit for The Gordons, 0 dance permit for oelvedere Golf Club and 0 dance permit for Port Hurjon Gorf Club for the year 1977. 4.
Adopted Resolution recommending the transfer of Clou C. liquor hcense for 4965 24th. Avenue to the name of Use Iwchmsky. S. Approved advertising to sell me wrecked 1971 CM Van.
6. Approved the purchasing of tags for morking Township fixed aiteiti. 7. Adjourned. Once Again Prices have been rolled back for AK PuW.
112676 ARKANSAS With Very Special Guest Stars MONTROSE Slitu i ill il Ilk' mil' -itk. McMorran Place Dec. 6-8 tm I lLi.kai ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS RIVER DISTRICT HOSPITAL 4100 SOUTH RIVER ROAD ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN 48079 Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of Additions and Alterations to River District Hospital will be received under the following Work Categories: A. General Construction Work Tuesday, December 21,1 976 B.
Mechanical Work Thursday, December 1 6, 1 976 C. Electrical Work Thursday, December 1 6, 1 976 Bids will be received by Mr. Edward V. Slingerland, Administrator, or designated, agent at the office of the Administrator, River District Hospital until 2:00 P.M., Eastern Standard Time of the date indicated above for the respective category, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations? Louis G.
Redstone Associates, 28425 West Eight Mile Livonia, Michigan 48152 The Exchange of Detroit and Michigan F. W. Dodge Div. McGrawHill, Detroit, Michigan Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be ob-tained at the office of Louis G. Redstone Associates, Inc.
located at 28425 West Eight Mile Livonia, Michigan 48152 upon payment of $100.00 for each Issue of throe (3) sets for Bidders, and $100.00 plus $15.00 non-refundable printing charge for Non-bidders. Any BIDDER, upon returning: the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS promptly and in good condition, will be refunded his payment, and any non-bidder upon so returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS will be refunded $100.00. Edward V. Slingerland, Administrator November 23, 1976 River District Hospital On Sale Hud Now At McMorran Box Office Sponsored by SC4 Student Govt. i a.
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