The Evening News from Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan on August 30, 1973 · Page 3
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The Evening News from Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan · Page 3

Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan
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Thursday, August 30, 1973
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February 14 lottery draw to be held here Sault Ste. Marie has b««a selected as the site for the Feb. 14, 19?4. weekly State of Michigan lottery drawing, according to aotification received by the city chamber of commerce. Executive Director Dale Rodenroth said the date was picked to coincide with the 1-500 Snowmobile Races which wfll be held on Feb. 16. In the questionnaire which the chamber returned to the state bureau of lotteries, Rodenroth gave the required details of facilities of the Armory building and the Cisler center at Lake Superior State College to allow the bureau to make its own building selection. Brimley school addition can't be started in Fall BRIMLEY — Construction on the estimated $385,000 addition to tfee elementary school, approved in June, cannot be started this fall" due to many preliminary formalities which remain, according to Supt. Walter Hyvarinen. Final approval of the bonds and from Municipal Finance . Commission, advertising and selling of bonds, site surveys, final bids, and other details will probably take the remainer of the building season to complete, he said. Plans are to get started as early as possible next spring and have the addition completed in time for school starting in 1974. Plans call for a multi-purpose room, kitchen, workroom, four classrooms and some remodeling. The Brimley school board has set the third Monday of eacb month as the regular meeting date in the elementary building at 8 p.i«. School starts at COME AND ENJOY OUR FAMILY STYLE SHRIMP FRY EVERY FRIDAY 5-11 P.M. SHRIMP—FISH—STEAKS—CHOPS—ROASTS Dining Room Open Daily 5-11, Sunday 4-10 PIZZAS—TAKE OUT—BEER—WINE Sandwiches and Chili Served Daily from Noon LAZY BOB'S Supper Club NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Bar Open 12-2 BRIMLEY Closed Mondays A PLEASANT PLACE TO DINE! TINKER'S DINING ROOM 19 Miles West of Brimley Phone 248-4304 Specializing in FAMILY STYLE FISH DINNERS FRESH WHITEFISH, LAKE TROUT, BREADED PERCH Includes: Potatoes, Salad, Rolls, Coffee and Ice Cream Special I AH You Con Eat FRESH HERRING—$2.50 WE ALSO SERVE STEAKS, CHICKEN AND SHRIMP NOW OPEN DAILY FROM K NOON TO t PJH. SUNDAY—12:30 B.BI. TO % pan. DANCING Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. MUSIC BY The Knights Cozy Corners Tavern Bar beau, Mich. GOOD FOOD—LIQUOR OPEN11A.M.-2A.M. BRIMLEY— Brimley schob! students will begin classes on Tuesday with students attending for the full day from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bus schedule for the first few days and bus routes will be tfce same as last year until times ican be adjusted if needed, school officials said. « students have been pse- ing this week and may school, 24&4172, to^pafee an appointment if they faiSd to make the registration dates. Hot lunch will be served on She first day and thereafter. Junior and senior high students will report to their homerooms as follows: seventh grade — room 108; eighth grade — room 106; ninth grade — room 104; tenth grade — home ec room; Uth grade — room 105, and 13th grade — room 109. Kindergarten children will report to school Tuesday mornteg and remain all day the first day only until permanent schedules are established. Area Notes The St Mary's River Sportsman Club will have a spaghetti and meatball dinner from 1 toy 5 p.m. Sunday. The dinner wiM be held at the clubhouse itt Barbeau. Detective Jim Cannello arfii Det. Sgt William Nelson recenjt- ]y returned from a two-day drug abuse seminar in Lansing. Dfe- teetives ^ames Johnson aiid Peter Bui^^turned from a tujb- week cSffinal investigation school at Grand Valley Commun- Annual forage field day set for September 8 Michigan State University is having its annual beef cattle- forage field day at the Upper Peninsula experiment station in Chatham Sept. 8. According to Jim Hutchinson, Chippewa County Extension Director, the field day will begin at 9:30 a.m., wife registration. Educational tours of the beef cattle research and demonstrations that are being conducted at the experiment station will begin at 10 a.m. Included in the tour will be Chianina crossbred calves, the University's commercial cow herd, a pasture grazing trial, forage demonstrations, handing facilities and equipment. A short afternoon program will be followed by a hay handling equipment demonstration. Lunch will be available on the premises. The Gordon Andrews family will be recognized as one of the five families who have participated in the Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission beef demonstration project. Copies of the reports on this project are available by calling the Extension Office, 632-2871. THE EVENING NEWS, SAUiT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN, THUR1, AUGUST 30; 1973 Northern offering seven grad courses for teachers FISH FRY Every Friday Evening 4 to 9» HERRING $2.50 PERCH $3.00 All the Fish You Can Eat! Shrimp Basket $2.f* Jumbo Shrimp Dinner .. $2-'50 Chicken $2.3» With French Fries & Salad •Homemade Pies •Chlfll Hamburgers Take-Out Orders fish dinners served week <fts&s EVANS RESTAURANT Brimley at the Bridge love is.,. • • • laughing at the joke she told all wrong. ELKS FAMILY FISH FRY FRIDAY 5:30 to 8 P.M. B.P.O.E. 552 FOB ELKS AND GUESTS MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University, in cooperation with Lake Superior State College, the Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District and local schools, has scheduled seven graduate courses for area teachers during the 1973 Fall Semester. ED 570 (Foundations of Beading Instruction) offers four semesters o! graduate credit. Tne first class session will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6, in room 231 of the Lake Superior State College Library Building. The instructor will be Mrs. Julia Ball of the Sault Ste. Marie Schools. LS 450 (Literature for Young Adults) offers four semester hours of graduate and undergraduate credit. The first class session will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10, in room 231 of the Lake Superior State College library building. The instructor will be Bonald Leach of the LSSC library department. ED 519 (Supervision and Administration of Student Teaching) is a half-course offering two semester hours of graduate credit. The first class session will be 'held at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 29, in room 231 of the library building. The instructor will be Dr. Harold Bergsma, LSSC department of education. PY 542 (Adolescent Psychology) offers four semester hours of graduate credit. The first class session will be held at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 4, in room 231 of the library building. The instructor for the course will be Dr. Donald Hastings of the LSSC department of psychology. BE HE, IE 583 (Vocational Education Seminar I.) will be conducted in the Area Vocational Center of the Sault Ste. Marie Schools. This course is for vocational teachers and other teachers interested in obtaining vocational certification. .The instructor will be Dr. Floyd Croy, director of vocational education in the Sault Ste. Marie Are a Vocational Education Center. ED 504 (Psychology of Education) is a required course in Category n in the foundations sequence at Northern. ED 504 is a half-course offering two Trout Lake Briefs TROUT LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Jim McDonald of Kalamazoo vacationed at their cabin. Pauline Anderson of Constantine is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Jankowski and her brother, Paul Barager. The Jack Arthur family of Detroit vacationed at Wilwin Lodge. semester hours of graduate credit. The first class session will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, in room 231 o-f the LSSC library building. 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