The Evening News from Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan on March 14, 1974 · Page 13
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THE EVENING NKW/5. SAU/TSTK. MAKIF .MICH'., THURSDAY, MARCH 14. 197J Tentative $309,035 budget gets okay from county health board i t \ V I." I A U \ ' I fcJ •- ,1 it . . I „ .. -) „ ..i___ ,i . lly.fANTMAKVlS K veiling News SUiffc-r A I en I alive budget of S.WJ.O.ii for (he Chippewa f.'ounly lioaJlh department in l'J7r> was approved unanimously at the Wednesday meeting of the board of health. The (oCal figure includes "flow tlirough" project grants from outside sources, and is up around $44,100 from the 1974 figure. It means that the health department will make a budgel request of $134,170 lo come from the genera! fund in 11)75, compared with the budgeted figure of $96,776 for 1974. Department administrator Richard Albrechtson and medical director Dr. James Terrian broke the tentative budget down into two separate categories. The first is the regular departmental expenditures of $197,707 to cover, salaries, fringes, overhead and other expenses. The second figure is ihe "flow through" money of an estimated SI 11.329 in project grants coming from the slate and federal sources and self- supporting programs. Albrechtsen explained that these are exclusive of the regular budget and largely represent tax money brought back into the county car- marked for special programs but require his office and staff lo administer. The department budget will go to the county board for consideration in the 1975 tentative budget which must be set in April. The amount requested of the county will b« §134,170 from the general fund. Other anticipated sources to meet the outlined The new Volkswagen Dasher docs everything you want a car to do, and does it on about 25 miles per gallon. That's why it's the ideal car for today. Dasher does a powerful 0-50 in only 8.5 seconds. It holds five comfortably. It has front-wheel drive and gives you control you've never felt in any conventional car. It has '• the amazing Skidbreaker. which prevents most skidding under adverse conditions. It needs maintenance at onfy 10,OOO mile intervals. And it's covered by the Volkswagen Owner's Security Blanket. Nobody else is even dose. SOO IMPORTS, INC. i I-75 Business Spur OVERSEAS DELIVERY AVAILABLE budget would include- a 1975 revenue sharing request for S34.67G, stale funds of $100.328, federal funds of $5,558 with the remainder from fees and other revenue to make up the total $309,035. The health board also approved unanimously the tentative budget of the Office of Emergency Services for $78,200. as compared to the 1974 figure of $67,807. This, however, means only a request of $6.300 each to the city and county, with $12,600 in matching federal funds and a conservative estimate of $53.000 from the one-half mill Lax levy approved by the voters. Before (he budget discussion, health board chairman Jerald Peters, who is also county finance chairman, stressed that the county is very anxious to go into the spring allocation meeting with what he termed a "realistic figure and close lo what we anticipate get"In the past," he said, the preliminary budget has been an inflated one for (he purposes of bargaining but we prefer to keep our allocation request this year within Ihe amount we are likely to get." He added that he hopes all county departments will keep • in mind when making up their budget requests for 1975. Tighter security at LSSC Cisler center Enforcement of a policy allowing only Lake Superior State College students, stff and their families in the Walker Cisler Center was started recently. According to David K. Quimby, manager of the center and director of student acitivities, this original policy of the building is being enforced more rigidly in an effort to keep young children and junior and senior high school students out of the building. Quimby said these youngsters have been hanging around the college center after school and on weekends, especially in the games afet.' He said the students have been complaining and the children have also been fighting in the halls and riding up and down in the semce elevator. In order to get into the building, a person must have a Lake Superior Slate College identification card. These cards may be obtained free of charge at the Brady Information Desk during regular college hours. All .employes and students of the college and NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Notice rs hereby given lhat public hearings will be held by trw Michigan Air Pollution Conlrol Commission at 10 a.m. Monday, April 15, 1974, at the Northland Inn, Detroit, Mich.; 10 a.m. Monday, April 15, 1974, at the Park Place Motor Inn, Traverse City, Mich.; at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 17,1974, at the Holiday Inn East! • Woodland Mail, Grand Rapids, Mich.; and at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 17,1974 at the Holiday Inn, U.S. 41 Bypass, MarqueH*, Mich., tor the purpose of giving interested persons an opportunity to present evidence and views on a petition submitted lo the Air- Pollution Conlrof Commission for the promulgation of rules relating to automobile emission devices. The proposed rules, as requested by th« petition, would prohibit any person from removing of rendering inoperative any device or element of design installed on or in a motor vehicle engine to control motor vehir.lt emission of any air pollutant Upon completion of tht hearings, the proposed administrative rule and (he hearing record will b« reviewed by the Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission to determine the desirability of formal promulgation. If a decision is made to formally promulgate the proposed rule, it will become effective 15 days after filing with the Secretary of State. Administration of the proposed administrative ruies is by authority conferred on the Aif Pollution Control Commission by Section 7 of Act No. 148 of the Public Acts of 1965, as amended, being Section 336.17 of the Michigan Compiled Laws. Written statements received through April 30, 1974 at the Commission offices, Stephens T. Mason Building, Unsing, Mich. 48926, will be introduced into the hearing record. Copies of the petition and the proposed administrative rules are available upon request from the Air Poilution Control Commission at the above address. AIR POU.UWN CONTROL COMMISSION Haiph W. Pufdy, Executive Secretary Kasper named fire chief -* . • ,• ' , ' */ ..• - , ,' . ,':.•"• »TO' .'•,•-,••''.' •'''.'•• : ' * by Clark Township board their families are eligible for the cards. Quimby said he is not attempting lo keep the citizens of the community out of the building. The efforts are being mainly directed toward young children who do not. have a purpose for being in the building. Public affairs held at the building will still be opened to all people of the community. Persons with the college ID cards are allowed to bring guests into the building, also, Quimby said. Around llit> North Country I RON WOOD — Over 200 persons, mostly boaters, turned out Monday night at Gogebic Community College to support a move to build a harbor of rfuge near Little Girl's Point on Lake Superior. It was noted that funds are available to build a harbor and brekwaler if it can be demonstrated that one dollar in public benefits will be returned on every dollar spent for the project. CKDAR VILLE—Chester Kasper Jr. .long-time member of the Clark Township Volunteer Fire department, was appointed as fire chief by Ihe Clark Township board al its March meeting. Around tlu> North country ESCANABA - The Escanaba ore docks are for sale. The docks, improved in 1969 in a $16.5 million project, were originally constructed as part of an "Escanaba bypass project" in case the locks in Sault Ste. Marie were sabotaged. Chicago and Northwestern Railroad is among the major bidders for purchase of the docks from Lake Superior and.Ishpeming Railroad. HOUGHTON — Fifteen of the 16 persons testifying at a public hearing at MTU Friday said that they supported the use of studded snowtires in the Copper Country and urged the State Deptment of Highways to allow their use here. NEGAUNEE — Residents of Negaunee and Richmond townships Monday voted 2 to 1 in favor of renewing a 10-mill school tax levy and for an additional 3.745 mills to help meet increasing education costs within the school district. Kiwanians hear about art show Pat Wilson and Gene Marklevits were special guest speakers al the weekly noon luncheon of the Sault Kiwanis Club this week. The pair gave an illustrated example of the type of local art show that is being proposed for the Sault this coming summer. The art show would be sponsored by the Le Sault Artists Guild and the Community School program, A filmstrip on a similar venture that is held annually in Ann Arbor was shown and Marklevits noted that local artists would be participating in the venture which is slated for the lawn of the Chippewa County courthouse during the month .of June. Kiwanis president Johann Ingold and membership chairman James Schneider inducted Donald Larson and Leo Wood into the club and Larry McNeal and John Williams were elected to the club's board of directors. Guests at the session included Dick Quinn, Larry Pond and Nick Marzetti of Sault, Ont. and Don Hanwell of Sudbury. . Kasper will take office on April 1. to follow Lyle Hudson who resigned after years of service. The board also reappointed Barbara Trefry and Robert Schraeder to the township planning commission and named James Hamel as a new member of the group. ftlackinac County Commissioner Robert Sherlund is chairman of the group. The board decided to elect only one constable in the fall elections and approved rates for commercial sewage facility users as recommended by the rate board. Decision on the proposed Department of Natural Resources "no wake" law was tabled until a public meeting can be held in the summer, when more boat owners are in residence The board approved sending the township clerk and treasurer to a proposed seven- week evening accounting school which will be set up somewhere in the area if enough applicants indicate an interest. Township audit meeting will be Tuesday, to be followed by the budget meeting and then annual meeting on March. 30. Awarded contract for KAFB sewage plant KINCHELOE AFB—Ch- ampion, Inc. of Iron Mountain has been awarded a contract for construction of a $829,000 sewage treatment plant at Kincheloe AFB. Plans for additions to the existing treatment plant including construction of a clarifer building and mechanical screen building, clarifer tank and an a'dition to the control building laboratory. Work will also include modification of existing facilities and exterior work. The contract was awarded by the Corps of Engineers in Omaha, Neb. Plans call for completion in approximately one year. District court CUSTOM REUPHOLSTERING See Our New Line Woven Wood Window Shades FIRECK Upholstery And Draperies ZOlOsborn Soo. Mich. 632-9752 John Bailey, arrested on a charge of assault and battery after a knifing in a local night spot, appeared in 91st District Court Monday and was bound over to Circuit Court. Walter Browder and Thomas C. Alder son, both of 509 Jhnstone St., appeared for pre-sentence report on charge of possession of marijuana and are slated to. appear in District Court again on March 26. Herbert Stephens was fined $50 for leaving animal carcasses on his land and is scheduled to reappear at a later date on a charge of cruelty to animals. Dale Bowerman of the Sault was found guilty .of assault, To represent state at safety confab Wendy Me'nard, a reporter for The Evening News and a student at Lake Superior State College, will be one of Michigan's two, representatives to the National Yputh Confer-, ence on Highway Safety in : Scottsdale, Ariz., March 29^31. -She has been a member of the Governor's Task Force on the Drinking Driver Problem for a year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Menard of 414 Dawsoh St. The conference is sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration oMhe Department of Transportation and the Youths Highway Safety Advisory Committee. The other representative for Michigan is Suzanne Weiler of Traverse City. deliver* tJieir* bills to you It would be a rare experience to find your doctor or dehvenng their bills to you, each month, in^ersoh S^h" ^ ^ deliver P** 1 ™* « P««n? A fonk checking account allows you to pay bills by mail hflk *™ flnd !™ ey! °P*n your checking; accoun ^ bills the sensible way. Your personal maintain the S250 Ha'ppy Ba£S ds enioy free personal checking always! The National Bank SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN FJU.C. and battery and breaking and entering at a residence on McKay Side Road. He was sentenced to five days in jail for each of the two counts. Alan Charles Wise and James Frost both pleaded guilty to charges of disorderly person, intoxicated, and were sentenced to one day in the Chippewa County jail. Leonard Wagosh and Raymond Manitowabi also pleaded guilty to the same charge and each received two days in jail. Archie Joseph McGiil was arrested for possession of marijuana at the International Bridge Plaza. He forfeited $100 bond, Following are recent dispositions from, the 91st District Court, Judge John E. LaRock: Midas Wilson, Kincheloe, disregarded stop sign, ?10; William Whitaker, Alms, operated an unregistered snowmobile, $iO; Charles Vriman, Lincoln Park, snowmobile on the road,.$15; Fred Schmidt, Traverse City; snowmobile on the road, $15; Gordon Roberts, Munising,- speeding, $10; Ernest Johnson, Paradise, drove )eft of center, $15; Marjorie. Mattson, Sault, left scene of accident, $10, failed to stop in the assured clear distance ahead, $10; Ronnie •Black, Sault, failed to report accident; $20: Chris Bailey, Drumrhond Island, violation of basic speed law." : Richard Sherman, Brimley, implroper overtaking, $1Q;' William Rutzel, Hazel Park, violation of basic speed law[ $10; Rolland Lipponen, Brim- tey, failed to transfer registration on snowmobile, $10; Frank Klamerus, DeTour Vil~. lage, expired registration plates, ?15; Herbert Gordon, Brimley, expired operators license, $15; Thomas Goebel, Brimley, Speeding, $10; Fred-, erick Smith, Sault, speeding, $33; Spencer Shunk, Sault, speeding, $35; James Hubbard, Sault, failed to stop in the assured clear distance ahead, $10; Charles Hawkins, Sault, failed to stop for red traffic signal, $15; Edward English, Rudyard, failed to stop in the assured clear distance ahead, $10. Honored al baby shoicrr PICKFORD—Mrs. James Lockhart was gu«sl of honor at a pink and bHie shower heW at the home of Mrs. Frank Nixon. Hostesses were Mrs. Nixon and Mrs. William Lockhart. Guests were: Hattie Lockharl, Ethel Cottle, Lorraine Galer, Patsy Potter', Caroline Ordiway, Doric Storey. Phylis Huyck, Shirley Harrison, Beatrice Rye, Betty Harrison. Judy Schwiderson, Kalhrtne Maciag, Alvania Zwolinski, Karen Rye, Barbara, Vicki and Tammy McKiddie. Sue Harrison, Alice Hallsey, Thelma Rye, Vera Taylor, Joey Bawks, Pearl Nixon, Janice Lookhart, Sherri Lockhart, Lorri Nixon, Brenda Behling, and Rhonda Harrison. , teg»lAdvcrtiMincnl :.• Notice Is h*r«bv. given thai WeWt-' McKetma i>mt 3«7« looted •( 401 W. Hwtage Ave., Sault St«. Marie, Mich, has applfed to the Slat* of Michigan ' IJquor Control Commission for renewal of its club license and Dial H is Ihe Intent of lh« Liquor Control CommtoMon to gran) said license upon expiration of the present license. Dated: March 12, JS74. Legal Advrr(l*rme«t TKr Karmrrs Home <Umlat»lr*tl«i hat tor sak lhr~ following'property: Horn* located on Vtrlw.v Way, £ W«rk> (rum Hit downtown trade center tit New-berry, Ml. l.krwed Kealtort «*• are Interested in lining these prcperUei should contact the Farmer* Home A4- mtnitlralkm County (Mike at HOM 2**, Federal Building. Saull Ste. Mark. Ml for detailed Information before March 2». 1»74. :- ' Legal Advertisement NOTICE . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVRN by the undersigned that on Friday. March 15, 197-1 at 10 a.m. at Central Savings Bank. 418 Ashmun Street, Sauit Ste. Marie Michigan. 49783 public sale of a Sony portable color T.V. Model No. KV1710 Serial No. 065181 will be held for cash to the highest bidder. Inspection thereof may be made by contacting Central Savings Bank, Telephone No. 632-2201 We reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Dated March 6,1974. CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK a Michigan Banking Corporation Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan By: J. A. Flaunt, Assistant Cashier Legal Advertisement NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE DEFAULT has occurred in the conditions of a certain mortage made on the 19th day of July. 1973 by BERT C. FOX and JACKIE FOX a-k-a JACQUELINE FOX, husband and wife, mortgagors, to UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. N.A., mortgagee, recorded August 10, 1973, in Liber 329 at page 337 of Mortgages. Chippewa County Records. The undersigned claims there is due and unpaid on said mortgage at the date of this notice the sum of Three Thousand Thirty-one and 17-100ths Dollars ($3.031.17) on principal, interest, taxes and insurance. The length of the redemption period under MSA 27A.3MO C.L. (IMS; 600.3240. as .amended, is- six months from the date of the sale. No suit or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the ISth day of March. 1974, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the front (main) door of the Courthouse for the County of Chippewa. Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan. there will be offered at foreclosure sale to the highest bidder, at public auction, the lands and premises in said mortgage mentioned and described as being in the Township of Chippewa. County of Chippewa. State of Michigan,'as follows, towit: Land situated in the Township of Chippewa. County of Chippewa and State of Michigan described as follows: • Part of the Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Section 21, Town 46. North, Range 6 West, beginning at the intersection of the east line of said Section 21 with the northerly line of Highway M 123; thence northwesterly along the northerly line of said Highway, 527 feet; thence Northeasterly in a straight line to the' Northeast corner of Section 21. thence South to place of. beginning, except the following described land: Part of the Northeast i 4 of Northeast U, Section 21, Town 46 North. Range £ West, beginning at the intersection of the East line of said Section 21 with'the Northerly line of Highway M-123: thence Northwesterly along the North line of said highway 477 feet to the point of beginning of the. . following description: Thence 'Northwesterly along the North line of said road 50 .feet; thence Northeasterly 150 feet along a line running to the Northeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21; thence Southwesterly" on'a line' parallel with the North line of said highway M-123 for 50 feet; thence Southwesterly 150 feet to the point ofbeginning. Part of the Northeast <, t of Northeast '., of Section 21. Town 46 North. Range 6 West, beginning at the intersection of the East line of said Section 21 with the Northerly line of Highway M-123; thence Northwesterly along the North line of said highway 377 feet to th« point of beginning of the following description: thence Northwesterly along the North line of said road 100 feet; thence Northeasterly ISO feel on a line parallel to a line running to the Northeast corner of the Northeast Yt of Northeast y« of said Section 21 and 50 feel southerly distant therefrom; thence Southwesterly 100 feet on a line parallel to the North line of said highway: thence Southwesterly 150 feel to the point of beginning. Part of the Northeast \ t of Northeast <,,. Section 21. Town 46 North. Range 6 West beginning at the intersection of the East line of said Section 21 with the Northerly line of Highway M 123; thence Northwesterly along the Northerly line of said Highway M 121. 317 feet: thence Southeast along the Old Wire Road ISO feet from whence this description begins to run: thence Southeast along said Old Wire Road too feel: thence North 100 feel; thence West 100 feet; thence. South to place of beginning. • ALSO EXCEPTING: Part of the Northeast y« of Northeast «4. Section 21, Town 4€ North. Range 6 West beginning al the intersection of the East line of said Section 21 with the Northerly line of Highway M 123; thence Northwesterly along the Northerly line of said. Highway M 123. 527 feet; thence Southeast along the OM Wire Road 250 feet from whence this description begins to run; thence Southeast along the Old Wire Road 25 feet: thence North 100 feet: thence West 25 feet; thence South lo place of beginning. Part of the Northeast i, of Northeast !,. Section 21. Town 46 North. Range 6 West, beginning at the intersection of the East line of said Section 21 with the Northerly line of Highway M 123- thence Northwesterly along the Northerly line of said Highway M 123. 527 feet: thence Southeast along the OM Wire Road 275 feet from whence this description begins to run; thence Southeast along the Old Wire Rood 30 feet- thence North 100feet: thence West 30 feet: thence South to place of beginning. Subject to the rights of the public and of any governrrental unit in any part thereof taken, used or deeded for street, road or highway purposes. Dated: February 5,1974. Mohney, Goodrich * Titta. P.C. Attorneys for Mortgagee By Peter A Titta Business Address. Suite 80«. Union Bank Building 'Grand Rapids, Michigan 49502 •

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