Clinton County News. ST JOHNS, MiCHfrGAN October 30,1974' SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY (JAMES C. HORVATH {ALFRED W WEGENER

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1 Clinton County News Cll 224~23u I Your County News Line Vol. 53 ST JOHNS, MiCHfrGAN October 30, Pges 15 Cents EMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN HUMANSGHTS NAMES OF OFFICES VOTE FOR: SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY STATE GOVERNOR AN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SECRETARY OF STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE, IN CONGRESS, 10th ISTRICT LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR, 30th ISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE, 88lh ISTRICT STATE BOARS MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOAR OF EUCATION VOIt >Ot NO MOIf HAM TWO MEMBERS OF THE BOAR OF REGENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN *OIf tot not MOIf WAN IWO MEMBERS OF THE BOAR OF TRUSTEES OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY VOIt IOX NOt MOE THAN TWO MEMBERS OF THE BOAR OF GOVERNORS OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY OH FOt NOT MO«E THAN TWO SANER M. LEVIN PAUL BROWN RICHAR H AUSTIN Aitmtj Otnofsl FRANK J XEUEY lopmenhji.«rfi Conflow SAMUEL MARBLE RICHAR WARREN OONAI I STANTON BARBARA ROlERTS M>mb>i * ih» iro too** * ldw*ij«roger T1UES SARAH COWER THOMAS A ROACH JOHN S MUFF J I.WLI*. l H (tuf* Sni* Ufii>«f(t*r RAYMON W KROLIKOWSKI J t> <JS-MWH, Win. ihi Ur> - MttRE JEFFKY" j el Ge-fngn Woynt Jri Urn. MICHAEL EINHEUSER " fln*. «J LlwtonnMEnn WILLIAM G MILUKSM I JAMES j. AMMAN **wti*rr? Stn LORRAINE UEII MYRON H. WAHIS ELFOR A. CEERBERG RICHAR J ALLEN Ktnnltilv IA llrt IrlilM STANLEr M. POWELL l^«^^k^ 0^Jll3^3«, JAMES F ONEIL CT Mombof «f *h» Stt* loflrd of CdwtCtion FLORENCE F. SALTZMAN sold l (onll Unlvmll, J MIsV, ONA SCOn PARKER loul l ltent! UnlnnlTiulMbh. AVI f, UPTON I.uim of Mldilgsn f Kit Unl.rurr FRANK MERRIMAN TmiM «i «idn»*i Jtt Unirnln KEN THOMPSON Id o) G.tnn, W>n JHI (Mi NORMAN OTTO STOCKMEYER Id. ) 6<inti Win. Stlt Un.» FRANK I, WALKER Htnnm HUSH M. AVISON ROHN MA1SEL (JOSEPHINE A- CHAPMAN RUTH c. rm *u.t>r iljmi "JJol HENRY W. HUMS, JR. RACHELE FJtUIT Arwnoy Oofliioj RAY MARKEL TGJvmllfil^I! ist^smsr ifetmnt^tllislolletjerfbilwn lisrttwiim,n Vil Itf bltlw VERN G. MORSE Htmtw St * Slol* lm l EVtgUn BERNAR J. SKIBINSKI eld «ttnli, Uni.wiif, gt Midi JOAN C. JOHNSON erd t ttnn Un.-mltr Mlih. ANIEL ELLER T<uu» of Mldilfn SMi Uniimlir JOHN W. PURCElt, SR. TiuiW l Mlehlfn imt Uninnlti RONAL ANTHONY ANTQSCH Id el "Jyunrt Wni!«( Only PAUL JOHN ALTESLEIEN Id et Cniinll Wrn SMIe Umi AUCE CHARLOTTE KENGY nbulhtinu^vi All«n«r G*ntf 4I ^^TIpIwwBiIJtTneSiJIIii KATHRYN ROPERS ^i^lrlvt IrtStliVLtfJildktt* TtTnC^nr^wnEtTrTu?!! GERTRUE HAWKINS WnrW t Kl* Jlult lrd f lovnllg xil BURTON LEE ARTZ H>Wd el lto*nl> Unl.miv i Midi STEVE UEE J *>t*nt> Un Ytfll<r t Midi CLAUIA HOMMEL Tnnt *l MUhlton Siol. Unii. PATRICE GAJfwSKI liuttrt l Mittiln Int* Uniimlii FRANK E. HOUGH l*. *i Oinvl. Wrn 4nF Un<< MICHAEL 0. KEUY Id. M O.m.i Wrn IMI* Uw. AftTURO RAMIREZ (JAMES C. HORVATH {ALFRE W WEGENER Allnit? luhiy el It* It JOHN GILL MOTZER Onwol tn*hhihijt. in Cwjri TmrTii fctptiwillio II> i»i. ItillNI* M*tfftE*^nSiTio7#fol.id of t rfu> FRANK TROHA UHHIH l <h> Slrt leoid t tduukw RICHAR BURGIS l el Hgtnlt UnlxoiV o* «!* JOSEPH C TOTH tnrd < IrmH Um./iir l Mirfi JAMES J HORVATH ligil l MkhioOn Slutt Unlvtrtltr THOMAS E. GIRARO Tlulli el MldllBon Slsl Unl-lillr EGAR THOMAS (1 l Cout.ni Win Slstt iklx lowetl E. MILLER >d»f Qe»«.nwi Wrn* lion UIM TERRY UNSAY Ooixnw o llttkvmm Gmint (Z0LTON FERENCY IREGINA MtNULTY l«jtit l Sil* JAMES F McCLURE CLARICE JOBES TttH«tiltTp<» >n Conginl EWAR W, AHO ~l*pt«t*ni1i«* kfl Slt* Ltfli.lel-M M mtt" =1 TlilulITeTdTTTJutolIo KAREN LEE BAIZE Mtmbti si ist SH.1, e^oid o( ldii<u9i> LOREll J TAYLOR IANE L KOHN BoTdl gnl, Uol.Hnr l Mllh ELLEN HOFFMAN TmilM l Midllsgn Jlel Unlvtnir M THERESE ES CAMP Tiuii» Mithitgn Sinn iim»«..ii BRALEY K SUUIVAN Id o* Oo-«"o,i w«tn. iil Unlr M ELIZABETH BUNN Id bl Odtunhi Woyn 4lQf* Untw ALBERT STEIGERWALT G4«ofr>or un tltbmiunl Go** JELON K ANREWS AL G TERWILLIGER ROBERT G LEE " t*pi4ifl{uvoti^fig" il. Sin I I>j,nnnld1 In t M> UgiilL i^tniht^^miil^mi^rt^!? Mn [Jl* >> ih» Srui«tuufd 0< (JjtOl L ARLEN R. HELLWARTH nurd l lg* ii Unl. A R HERCZ " il» IJ< *i,hifloft Sii* UA41 " iri* < M^h^n Silo U^-i n Id,1 K.»«~O.< Woyn iit. U EMERY j HRABOVSKY Id l Gtt«ei!Kir> Wo,n«SWIt Unl. (THOMAS ENNIS i WltLIAM ALUN "K AHoftfr Gt"t*" «t J«Hi Ivl. (f,. PEGGY GOLMAN!, iv.i jt^ ot *S(LJ t fc BUJ-J u» t*fi#flf Ui".it. ul M *ib.n i-l 13 l Gu J. ^ Wj.n. S-i. Unl PETER A SlGNOHEUl R WAYNE EVANS ^ SHEILA BARBARA JUITH S CROWELl JASEft A CnEL SUSANM t COOK BROCt J WOO0 The bove is the bllot fcing most Clinton County voters s they go the polls Tuesd, Not shown re locl cidtes, who re profiled in this weeks County News. The County News hs published bckgrounds on ll cidtes who provided the necessry informtion. In some cses there re more cidtes thn listed, but informtion bout them ws not received by the County News, On the lower right-h portion of the pge re the stte proposls included in this yers bllot. / Smll turnout hers cidtes views in St Johns before election A debte between Stte Sente cidtes Richrd Allen IRJ Richrd Wrren *i bout Allens residency in the Mifti ~"i>ente- ist " remrks between House cn^ didtes Stnlev Powell Ri ST JOHNS - The Clinton County Commissioners hve pproved the $2,328, generl fund budget s compred with $2,071,964 in 1974 The mjor expenditures on Stnton»i highlighted the recent Meet the Cidtes, meeting in S,t Johns The St Johns Wornns Club sponsored the meet the cidtes evenings, ttended b> the bove cidtes Judee: Frederick Lewis Willim Jckson, both running for the district judge office Eline Brodcnrvre tt, the lone cidte for the County Bord of Commissioners to be t the meeting The question of Allens residency cme ner the end of ihe meeting v» hen Wrren sked him (o explin hou he estblished residence Allen sid, "Id love to - Id like to explin to the whole County pproves budget by deprtment re. County Clerks office istrict Court Equliztion Insurnce $70, , CNB&T nnounces Jil Prosecuting ttorney Probte Court Retirement Socil security 12th loction opening New Clinton Ntionl Bnk Trust US-27 fcility. Schedule hering bout wtershed A public informtion meeting will be held Nov 6 t 1.30 pm in the Ashley High School Est Ok St gymnsium to discuss the preliminry drft environmentl sttement tor the West Upper MVple River Wtershed project Purposes of the project re wtershed protection, flood prevention improved dringe on griculturl l public fish wildlife development in the West Upper Mple River Wtershed which is locted in Clinton Grtiot Counties. s of the sponsors, which include the Clinton Grtiot County Sou" Conservtion istricts. Mple River ringe Bord Michign ept of Nturl Resources s well s sttf from the Soil Conservtion Service will nswer questions bout the project the Environmentl Impct Sttement. A limited number of copies of this Environmentl Impct Sttement re lso vilble t the following loctions: i 1 SoiJ Conservtion Service, Room 101, 1405 South Hrrison Ave, Est Lnsing. Michign Clinton Soil Conservtion istrict, 100 South Ottw, St Johns, Michign Grtiot Sjtfl Conservtion istrict, 124 South Mple, Ithc, Michign Ovid Construction Office, 148 W High Street, Ovid, Michign Shiwssee Soil Conservtion istrict, 1767 South M-52, Owosso, Michign About those leves... ST JOHNS * It is suggested tht leves either be put in plstic bgs plced next to the curb, or they be rked out to the curb, where they will be picked up by City Employees. The burning of leves is not recomrhended If leves re burned, burning permit should be obtined by contcting the St Johns-Police eprtment, L o Not Burn Leves In The Street Citizens re sked to not rke leves into the gutter fter city crews pick up Wednesdy Thursdy district tht I vt? jlwvs lived m ihe join ibt f Gitiol Count} emocrts hvcj chrged tht, lthough Allen hs house in the 30th ist, he uctulk lesides in the 95ih 91,794 92,104 54,685 65, Clinton Ntjonl Bnk Trust Com pn> of St Johns will open its twelfth loction Oct 30 become the first occupnt of site er-mrked for 15 unit shopping center. The brnch, designted s "Plz 27", is pre-constructed building designed by Bnk Consultnts, Inc of Indinpolis. Indin providing two drive-up windows plus n inside lobby re is situted on US-27 ner St Johns southern limits Executive Vice President Gvle esprez, who hs overseen the opening of the new fcility, described the-brnch s one which will ese the trffic burden of CNB&Ts midtown uto fcility provide customers who live or work south of St Johns convenient bnking loction "Weve been eyeing this site for nerly two yers." explined esprez, " customer trffic, long with the proposed shopping center, convinced us of the growing need for brnch in the re Our brnch here is designed for fst, efficient customer service being open 65 hours ech week should ensure tht type of service." One of the fetures of the new office tht trveling or vctioning customers will find dvntgeous is the height of protective cnopies over the teller sttions The shelters re bove verge height which will llow ll types of recretionl vehicles r to pss through without dnger of dmge to vehicle or structure esprez explined tht Ihe lrge number of recretionl vehicles which pss through CNB&Ts mid-town uto fcility prompted instlltion of the new cnopy design i Another feture prompted by customer desife is the drwer type teller service. "Mny customers feel more comfortble with drwer service thn with the pneumtic tube systems," esprez explined, "With our Plz 27 office we now offer both types of drive-up service " The bnks min uto bnk hspneumtic tube system. The new fcility is locted between US-27 Scott Rod with ingress egress vilble from cither. Most generl customed services outside of lon mortgge pplictions cn be hled t the new loction. Clinton Ntionl, which now operted 12 loctions throughout Clinton County north Lnsing, islsowitlng pprovl of thirteenth office in the ewitt re. Ap-. pliction for this brnch ws submitted to the Comptroller of the Currency this pst Sheriffs ept Bord of Commissioners Tresurer Zoning Commission RepprislCost Contingency Account Allen explined tht he lived m \\ ht u s the former Juthi but lullowtng redjstnctmg, did mov. to the new district m older to iun tor the Stte bente Wrren climed h*t such d 319,502 60,500 49,913 59, ,000 (58,208 Also provided lor in the new budget were py rises tor ll employees vwth one exception, n elected officil Wtllrd Krebel. register of deeds Other incresed slries re County Clerk Ernest Crter. Tresurer Gerld Sheprd rin Commissioner le Chpmn, $14,482. increse^ trom $13,494. Sheriff Anthonj Hufngel, $15,496 from $13,494 The countys shre of the slrv for judges v. s lso incresed s follows Circuit Court Judge Leo CorMrt. $6,500 up trom $6,000 Corkin lso receives $26,500 from the stte Probte Judge Timothv Green. $17,972 uo from $17,444 The ^tte lso pys him $16,348 istrict Court Judge Frederick Lewis. $10,140 up from?9,542 The stte lso pys $21,500 The commissioners gve themselves rise, the first in 6 yers They will receive $2,000 insted of lst > ers $18000 The chirmn of the bord will get $2,800 insted of $2,400, the finnce committee chirmn, $2,400 up from $2,100 ll other committee chirmen $2,200 up from $2,100 Justin Sleight Chmber sets nnul dinner ST JOHNS - The St Johns Are Chmber of Commerce Annul inner Will be held Nov7tteysFineFoodsinSt Johns Socil hour will be t 6:15 with dinner t 7:15. Guest speker will be Justin Sleight, who recently served yer s missionry in Sierre Leone, Afric in the field of opthmology. move violtes the 1-mn, l-vote process tht cidtes should run tthere they live The remrks between Powell Stnton cme up severl limes during the meeting covered the rnge from Stn Ions sttement during the cmpign to Powells voting record The \iev.s uf Judge Lewis, Jckson und Eline Brockmyre re those stted in this weeks specil election issue For u guide in determining (he cidtes views, >>ee Sec A for bckgrounds of the House, Sente, Judge. Burd of Commissioners locl cit> township cidtes STATE PROPOSALS PROPOSAL LIMITING USE OF MOTOR FUEL TAX FUNS Tht pr»p«hcl centlrtuti»nl mindmtnf wsuldt (1) PrMbH H>» vtt»f Histor fuel tx funds by lw nhntmtn} gencies f»r highwy ptrol purpomi; (t) Limit the wi* of motor fuel tx fundi for public Irmport- K*n to 1/1lrh of At mount received. Should thii conttftutionl mendment be dopted? A YESQ NO PROPOSAL VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANS RONUS RONS The propeil. (1) Aufhorhe the itte to (.rovide veterni of the Vietnm other conflict! who icrved between Jnury 1,1M1 through September 1,1971 with icrme bonut; tit) Authorise Hie stte to borrow the mm of 101 million doflori for thii purpote;. (1) Authorize the ttto to iuue generl obligtion bendi therefor; (4) Provide for repyment from Ihe generl fund. Should this proposl be pproved? YES NO PROPOSAL C REMOVAL OF SALES TAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS Tke prepoted conitrfunonf mendment woufdt (1) Remove the tle* tx on food preicriptfon drugi uied for humn consumption except food prepred for immedite cmumpnen lcoholic beverei; Compenste units of government, other thn the stte, for (») the roiurring lois of revenue by incresing ech preient lloction of sles tx revenue to iucn units by 1/Sth. Should fhti eeniffmient mendment b* dopted? <YES NOQ PROPOSAL STATE-WIE SYSTEMS IONS The proposl i (1) Autherix* the stte to borrow the sum of 1.1 bfhten eloflrs to finnce the phinnrng, cquiring, contfruc^ng. eouippfrff of rrwttahmv *"/ *>* **" rnrniftoiftrtfi ry*t*m«, other thn operting mintennce expeniei; (t) Authorise the (tre to iuue generl obligtion bonds thtrefer; Provide for repyment from the generl fund. O), Should this propoil be pproved? YESQ NOQ I

2 2A CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN Commissioners rces October 30 J 974 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS istl (REP) Chrles Sills Chrles H Sills, 3U Crol r, Elsie is coin lundry owner- He is 55, mrried the fther ul" -i children. A resident of the re for 17 vers. Sills hs hd position on the Elsie Villge Council for 5 j trs. He is high school grdute, member of the United Methodists Mens Orgniztion, the Elsie Msons, Consistory, Shrine, OES, the Americn Legion. Sills lists his qulifictions s hvine :}5 yers of retiling business, is interested in running to "to give the re full time representtion." IEM) Present cr letting you down? Mke GREAT EAL t EGANS FOR EGAN FOR SALES, Inc. ST. JOHNS 200 W. Highmn Phone Leroy Vincent" Leroy E. Vincent, 433 E- Min St, Elsie, is retired frmer, hving lived in the re for 37 yers. He is 66, mrried, the fther of 3 children He is high school grdute, und member of the Msonic Lodge No 238. Vincent served on Elsies bord of eduction for 6 >ers, 5 yers s president, served s villge ssessor on the Township Bord of Revlew. Vincetit sid "1 believe we should crefully conslstntly review the county budget in order to get the most for our tx money." COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 2 (REP) Wlter Nobis ^ Wlter G- Nobis,W_ Colony Rd, Fowler, is employed s frmer. He is 52, mrried the fther of 4 children. He. is life long resident of the re, belongs to the Americn Legion, the Frm Bureu- Nobis hs held the office of Justice of the Pece, Lebnon Twp Supervisor, County commissioner for the 2nd district for 4 yers, the Clinton County Plnning Commission representing griculture. Nobis sid he still believes in government of the people^ for the people, by the people, but he sid he fers todys trend does not reflect this philosophy. (EM) Ptric Silvernil Ptrici L. Silvernil, Rt 1 Hubbrdston. is employed with the Chrysler Lyons Trim Plnt. She is 39, mrried the mother of 2 children. Mrs Silvernil hs lived in the re ll of her life, is high school grdute, member of Locl 1424, UAW. SAGINAW VALL Y COLLEGE??50 Plorc» RoJ ALWAYS ON THE JOB Februry 18, 1974 Ptrici Silvernil COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 3 mep) * Hrold Mrtin Incumbent Hrold L. Mrtin, PO box 54, Church St Westphli, hs been u county commissioner for 22 months, Mrtin, 54, mrried with 5 children, hs lived in the re tor 60 yers. He is high school grdute, the chirmn of Ihe Westphli Plnning Commission He spent 4 yers in the US Army working in personnel dministrtion, hs owned She lists her qulifictions s being plnt chirmn of the. UAW for 2 yers, committee womn for theuavy for 5 yers, precinct delegte, vice, president of the Clinton County democrtic prty for 1 yer, locl gxecutive bord member for 5 u yers, UAW CAP council for 4 yers. Mrs Silvernil sid she like to give Clinton County bck voice in their government grvel business for 27 yers. Mrtin sid he is interested in running "to improve government in Clinton County." COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 4 (REP) Murice Gove Murice Gove, 61, Rt 2, St Johns, is n incumbent commissioner served on the former Bord of Supervisors. He opertes frm in Binghm Twp. Gove his wife, Leol, hve -i children. Gove is member uf Frm Bureu, Clinton County Gideon Chpter, Michign Frm Mngement Kurl Apprisers (he St Johns Church of God COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 5 (EM) Eline M. Brockmyre.-..Eline $1.. Brockmvre. 4M S. Okl St St-.tohns. is high school grdute is presently enrolled prt time t Lnsing Community College. She Is 34, mrried, the mother of 7 children, hs lived in the re 6 1 * yers. In sttement, Mrs Brockmyre sid "I m seeking this office to promote bi-prtisn politicl system in this county, to provide residents of the 5th district with greter ccess to the county commission." onld C. Gilson frepi onld C. Gilson onld C. Gilson, Rep, 601 S. Okl, is n incumbent commissioner hs been in office 2 yers. He is employed by Hdughten Relty hs been n re resident for 60 yers. He is member of the Msonic Lodge, Congregtionl Church, Lnsing Industril Personnel Assoc. He served 18 yers in retil mngement with Atlntic Pcific Te Co 22 yers s personnel director t Federl-Mogul, St Johns Plnt. In his sttement to the County News, he sid, "I believe tht 1.cn mke contribution to county government tht will benefit ll the citizens in the county. COUNTY COMMISSIONER i$t6 (REP) une Chmberlin unne Chmberlin, 305 W. Front St, Ovid is grdute of Ovid High School, hs t l ended one yer of college. He is 57, mrried, ihe fther of 5 children, resident in the RE - ELECT ON GILSON une H. Chmberlin re for 40 yers. Chmberlin is member of the Lions, F AM. RAM, OES, volunteer firemn- He hs served 14 yers in public uffiee, hs been on severl commissions bords. Chmberlin sid "I believe in locl government wnt to continue to resist the tke over ^by the stte federl government * (See Pge 3AJ Republicn CLINTON COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5th ISTRICT PRECINCTS YOUR SUPPORT FOR GOO GOVERNMENT WILL BE APPRECIATE. BE SURE TO VOTE - NOVEMBER 5th "P. POL-AV. A LIFETIME COMMITMENT ick JoAnn Allen TO OUR AREA A. Cederberg House Office Building Wshington,.C er El: You hve seen the rticle in the Midl ily tht the emocrtic Prty hs urged me to consider entering the ionl rce. 1 hve greed to reflect on the mtter during the weeks hed, but I hve lso ssured them tht 1 hve no desire to be kmikze cidte, I relly think tht El Cederberg be n invincible competitor. The purpose of this letter is to ssure you of my.good will to thnk you for the mny considertions you hve extended to me in the pst. Although nothing cme of our effort to secure n entry.to 1-75 t University Rod, you nevertheless mde very helpful effort to put us in touch with the right people. Your office ws lwys vilble to me when I needed informtion, your bility to respond to the needs wishes of your people hs been outsting. With good wishes. SH gk Sincerely yours, Smuel. Mrble Professor of Politicl Science REELECT YOUR CONGRESSMAN ELFOR "AL" CEERBERG 10th istrict MWHMI.A.IMMM, Tmwrtf Republicn hve lived in the 30th Sente istrict ll their lives icks roots in Centrl Michign go bck six genertions. His bckground In griculture, teching, business effective public service reflects the ides experiences of our people. His opponent is lso young mn with sincere dediction to his beliefs, who recently moved out from metropolitn re to live with us. But we honestly believe tht the philosophies of the emocrt cidte his prty do not spek for the people of this district. If nyone hs the deep involvement necessry to truly represent us In the stte sente ITS ICK ALLEN ICK ALLEN REPUBLICAN FOR STATE SENATOR He Hsnt Just Studied Our Concerns, Hes Lived Them... BW3M P. *>OL. AV.

3 October (From Pge 2Al (OEM) Richrd H. ivine Kichrd H bivine, 47B0 Kuund Lke Rd. Lingsburg, is employed with Fisher Body- A lifelong ure resident, he is 4?, mrried, is the fther of 4 children ivine is grdute of Lnsing Estern High School hs tken courses t Michign Stte University. He is member uf 4-H, the Cpitl Are United Wy, Lions Club, (he Americn Legioii- In sttement. ivine sid he felt the present Bord of Commissioners hve not cted with the Clinton Countyresidents in mind, he feels tht he reflect the needs wnts of the voters in bis district COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 7 Roger A. Overwy Incumbent Roger A. Overwy, 125 Bridge, ewitt, hs held the office of County Cummissioner for 2 yers. He is self employed Stte f\rm Insurnce Agent, hs lived in the re for 8 yers Overwy is 3U, mrried the fther of 1 child. He ttended Michign Stte University, hs held the office of ewitt City Councilmn. He is member Of the Lions, the Commission offril County Regionl Plnning, is presently the "chirmn of the property mngement committee ist llc Cbinet Secre try -tr esurer. m d httemeot. Overwy sid he is "dedicted to representing ll voters in district 7 to the best of my bility, being **** vilble to help them with their problems " Ruth Aon Townsend (EM) Ruth Ann Townsend, 51H3 S. US 27, St Johns, is employed «ith the Lnsing Schools. She is 31* mrried with no children. Mrs Townsend ws born in Clinton County, hjjs lived in the re for the lst Syers. She received M from Michign Stte University, did grdute work t Centr J Michign University. She hs served s u precinct delegte, is member of the Lnsing Schools Eduction Assoc, the Lnsing; Conservtion Club, the Ntionl Michign Wumens Politicl Cucus. Mrs Townsend sid she feels she. is qulified since she hs hd experience working with people. She sid "1 m ble to underst both the urbn rurl problems, hving been rised wi frm tid worked in the city." In sttement Mrs Townsend sid: "I believe I cn mke myself vilble to the voters becuse I believe there should be more direct representtion t the township county level." COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 8 yle Henning (REP) yle L Henning is n incumbent county commissioner, hs held the office tor 2 yers. Henning* &9,48tiu W Herbison Rd, ewift, is mrried the lther of twu children. He js grdute of Michign Stte University, member of the Bohrd of Trustees Clinton Memoril Hospitl, served s chirmn uf the finnce Committee, chirmn of the Bord of Mid Michign istrict Helth ept In sttement. Henning sid "I believe everyone should serve his community in some mnner Serving on the Bord of Commissioners gives une the ON STANTON FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Pid Politicl Advertisement * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * rxt.txtx opportunity to do his prt to help keep good government t the locl level." COUNTY COMMISSIONER * istrict 9 Mx Clder (EM) Mx W. Clder, 2407 W. Clrk Kd. Lnsing, is employed with Oldsmobile. He is 35, mrried the fther of 4 children. Clder. who hs lived in the re 3 yers, is grdute of St Johns High School. He belongs to Locl 652 of the UAW, the Inghm Co Conservtion Legue, the Ntionl Rifle Assoc. In sttement Clder sid: "If lm elected, I will not be content to wit until people hve some problems come to me with it I will ctively seek out their needs dvice" (REP) Alt Reed Alt Ctherine Reed, is n incumbent county commissioner, hs held the office for 2 yers Mrs Reed, 52. of 581 W. Stte Rd, Lnsing, is mrried the mother of ti children She hs lived in the re for 32 yens, is high school grdute, dd is presently tking courses t Lnsing Community College. " She is member of the PTA. the. Committee for Boy Scouts, n ssocite member of the Lnsing Bord of Reltors. In sttement. Mis Reed sid: "Hving been in business here resident for so mny vels; I feel 1 m wre of the growth problems in the re." She went on to sy, "I lso feel liy being ccessible to the people I cn bring their county novernmetit closer to them" COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 10. (EM) Milton J- King Milton J King Chler, Bth, is..employed by Oldsmobile. He is 5U, mrried, the fther of h children. King, who hy lived 1 in the re for 24 yers, lis held the office of ewitt Twp supervisor. He is high, school grdute hs tken courses t Lnsing Community College- King belongs to the Church of the Brethren the Clinton County emocrts. In sttement. King sid CUNTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS. MICHIGAN Commission J. King "My experience s township supervisor hs mde me wre of township county needs, I hve the willingness to work with people to solve these problems. (REPl Virgini L. Zeeb Virgini Zeeb, Si, ewitt Twp resident, her husb Hubert own operte lrge dirv frm t 2840 E Herbison ltd She hs served on the Bord of Commissioners since her election in Mrs Zeeb is pst president of the^bthcoinnmnir^^chiw^ VTA, former Club Scout leder, ctive in Frm Bureu, pst member of the Clinton County Extension Council former Sundy School techer t Emnuel Luthern Church in Lnsing- She is ctive in the Clinton County Republicn Prty- The Zeebs hve 4 children rnging in ge from 10 to 16- # COUNTY COMMISSIONER istrict 17 (HEP) Richrd Hwks Richrd Hwks, Chler Rd, Bth is n imcumbenf commissioner, hving served since he ws ppointed in My 1974 He is 38. mrried the fther of 4 children. A resident of the re for U5 yers. Hwks hs been employed s n gent with Stte Frm Ins for 8 yers. He ws previously with the Stte Highwy dept for lo yers. He ws grduted from Bth High School in l55, ttended Albion College, Michign Stte University. Hwks is member of Bth Township rces School Bord, Bth Twp Plnning Bord, Bth Bptist Church. In sttement. Hwks sid "I feel there is gret need to hve commissioner who cn will dequtely represent the people of Bth township, someone who hs sound proven business experience, time to devote to the position, mture judgement, the will lo spek out on importnt issues with the community interest t hert." BATH TOWNSHIP Supervisor Jon W. Addiss (REP) Jon W. AddiSS, S. Chler Kd, is employed with Simon Rel Estte. He is 18, mrried the fther of 2 children. He is life long resident of N. Lnsing 1 yer resident of Bth. Addiss is grdute of Lnsing Estern High School, ttended Lnsing Community College for 2 yers He is member of the Bth Lions Club, the secretry of Est Lnsings Optimist Club. He is pst Commer of the Lnsing Civil Air Ptrol- In listing his qulifictions, Addiss sid he hs hd 3^ yers of generl rel estte business, college courses including lw, ccounting, business public reltiuns- Addiss listed S res of importnce he is interested in They re: Rpid completion of the sewer project restortion of rods privte l; fir equl tx ssessments without fvoritism, elimintion of the W:, fctor levied on the township; plnned growth uf the township the ttrction of professionl services, business industry (EM) Thoms Woodruff Thoms Woodvi Woodruff, Min St. Bth, is the incumbent supervisor, hving Md the office since July 1,1974. He is the owner uf Wuody s Auto Sles, hs lived in the re for Myers- Woodruff is 36. mrried, the fther uf 3 children He is high school grdute, is presently ttending Lnsing Community College He served s Bth Twp tresurer for 2 yers.prior to becoming supervisor. Woodruff is member of the Prk Lke Improvement Legue, is certified ssessor Woodruff stted "I feel I cn show the ledership growing Twp needs- 1 will strive to continue the rod building, to improve the police tire depts, exp our recretiui) dept, continue ssisting senior citizens BATH TOWNSHIP Tresurer Crl R. Crofts (EM) Crl R Crofts, 1354J Wlnut St, is employed with Motor Wheel Corp. A life long resident of the re, Crofts is 28, mrried the fther of I child He is grdute of Lnsing Business Universitv. tken 2 NOW choose Crl R. Crofts 3A terms ot ssessing t L.C. Lnsing Community College, works prt time s bookkeeper. * In sttement, Crofts lists 3 priority ssignments which he «tf) work upon if elected They re: the repir work concerning the sewer district, the proper collection uf fees; the rebuilding of rods streets. Alice Jen Loomis (REP) Alice Jen Loomis, Allen, is life lung resident of the re. She is mrried 38, mrried the mother of 2 children. Mrs Loomis is high school grdute member of Bth United Methodist Church UMW. She sid if elected, she like fo try to "hve more unity in the community BATH TOWNSHIP Trustee Jmes E, Cronk Jr. femj Jmes Edwrd Cronk, Jr, 3-)<w Ann r. is employed with Builders Redi-Mix He is 37. mrried the lther of 5 children (See Pge 6 A) FREE GIFT! When you help yourself to the big-interest ccounts t the "Big C." Erning the kind of interest tht Cpitol Svings & Lon pys is smrt. Especilly whyn you get free yift besides! There re 160 gifts in ll to choose from ny one of them is yours free when you mke the required deposit in ny new or existing ccount f Cpitol Svings & Loii. Red Group Yhe gifts rc divided into three groups. Red, White, Blue. eposit $300 or more choose one of 4U gifts from the Red group eposit tl.uuu or mote choose one of 80 gifts from either the Red or White Group. eposit.$5,000 or more iid choose one of 160 gifts from the Red. White or Blue groups Blue Group FOOTBALL ST. 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4 * * v CLINTON COUNTY NEWS,ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October Llintpn County rsews m I Fmily Society &"^-&&*&^^ Fridy - Sturdy - Sundy NOV One of the most tlked bout motion pictures ever. WALKING TALL Sooner or lter someone you know will tell you to see it unless you tell Ihem first The powerful true story of two men. Jemedupjoterferri up. Mutt l^l^si"*"* 0 ABCPP oduetonincoiw Second Feture PICK UP ON 101 LAST SHOW OF SEASON! SEE YOU IN THE SPRING! FOMfLEH - Mry Lou Fx becme the bride of Aln Hrr in double ring teretnunv Sept 14, t 1 3U pm The bride is the dughter of Mr Mis Pul Fox, Box.Jl>7, Fowler, the groom is the son of Mr Mrs. Roy Hrr, Rt 1, Fowler Blue unite gldiols "decorted the ltr music Mry Lou Fox Aln Hrr re wed MR & MRS AL.XN HARR w-s provided by Cheryl Fedew, Luke Koenigsknecht, Berth Hlftnn, orgnist The bride wore n empire wi&t nylon orgnz gown, which fetured high neckline, long nylon sleeves, row of lce ruffles down ech bide of the dress * The veil ws full trimmed with lce to mtch the dress KM* * > The bride cnted bouquet of white mums blue rosebuds The mid of honor ws Jne Nobis, the brides sister Bridesmids were LuAnn Hrr, stster of the groom, Beth Fox of Fowler The ttendnts wore mtching tel blue gowns feturing white lce bodice cuffs st up collr They wore white picture frme hts with tel blue bowb ttched, trried nosegys of white mums blue rosebuds The mother of the bnde wore light blue gown corsge of white rose;, mums The mother of the groom wore pech tolored dress torsge of jellow roses white mums The best mn ws Clre ihelen of Fowler The gruomsmen were Terry Wieber Steve Krmer, both of Fowler niel Fox, Cliff Thelen Roger Hrr were the ushers After the wedding recepbon ws held ^t it Josephs Hll, St Johns Jonie Keilen, Ann llielen, Jnet Rdemcher were the servers Specil guests ttending the celebrtion were the brides grprents, Mrs Mry Epkey Mis Mrth Fox. the groom s grprents, Mr Mrs Louis Thelen Mrs Elizbeth Hrr The bride groom re both 1972 grdutes of Fowler High School Alter wedding trip to north ern Michign, the t ouple w ill be t home in Fowler CLOCKS...CLOGKS...CLOCKS SEE THEM IN OUR GIFT GALLERY WALL CLOCKS ALARM CLOCKS I G I T A L C L O p KITCHEN CLOCKS K GRANFATHER g STYLE CLOCKS R A I O S r Bruce F Weber, 21, 409 E Wlker, St Johns, Peggy Lee Powers, 20, 404 w Css St, St Johns Jeffrey I Mosher, 20, 1420 St, Lnsing h Shron ine Schmidtmn. 17, 4479 Clise Rod, Bth Kim A Fruehey, 21, 116 W Willim St, Ovid, Cindy Lou Young, 18, Rt 2, Ovid $%*6tf e# *U OCT JO Hm Supper, Reed Cemetery Assocition At Victor Town Hll Serving begins t 5 30 pm Free will offering Oct JO Nov 1 - Annul Conference for Extension Agents NOV 2-Sturdy, 5-9 pm PTO of Est Olive Olive Center St hoofs Crnivl Fetures gmes, door prizes, country store, food Lounter for supper, prizes wrded to include 1st prize side of beef, 2d prize blck blck white television 3d prize 10-speed bike The school is on Green Rod south of St Johns off US 27 Follow signs est from Round Lke, Price Alwdrd Rods NOV b -* Annul lurkey inner, Pewmo Methodist Church, Wed Nov 6, 5 pm to Nov 9--St Joseph School in St Johns, is hving their nnul Crnivl in the g> m, Sturdy November y, Trom 5 to 10 pm Gmes, booths, food, prizes fun for ll A one week Florid, trip for two or $ csh is the Gr Prize Nov Income Tx School for Prctitioners, Hospitlity Inn, Est Lnsing - Repeting ec y & 10 Nov 19, 2b & ec 3 - Frm Estte Plnning Operting Agreements Workshop First Meebng t Smith Hll Others t Centrl Ntionl Bnk BIRTHS A girl, Suzette Lynn, ws born to Mr Mrs vid L\nn MtCrrick of P O Box 224, St Johns, Oct 22 t Clinton Memoril Hospitl She weighed 6 lbs 5 J i oz The bby hs I sister Grprents re Mr Mrs Willim S Smith of St Johns, Mrs Brbr Mc Crrick of St Johns, Mr Fred McCrrick of Lnsing The mother is the former Cthleen Suzette Smith A boy, Kevin Mrtin, ws born to Mr Mrs Elvn Hdlfmnn of 541 S Min, Fowler. Oct 12 dt St Lwrence Hospitl He weighed 8 lbs Grprents re Mr Mrs Mrtin Hlfmnn of Westphli Mr Mrs Sylvester Mrtin of Fowler The mother is the former Rit Mrtin Clinton County News Second clss postge pid t St Johns. Mich. 4B879. Published Thursdys t 320 E Wlker Street, St Johns by Clinton County Newt, Inc. Subscription price by mltt In Michign. 45 lor one yer, $9 for two yers, $3 75 for six months; outside Michign, $6 for one yer R. E. BENSON PLUMBING & HEATING 106 N. 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5 October 30,1974 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN Young-Fruchey exchnge vows OVI -Cindy Lou Young Kim A. Fruchey were mrried but 19,6:30 pm in clelight ceremony t the Grove Bible Church. The Kev Robert Prnge presided over the duubie-rmg ceremony- The bride ws givenwy by her fther. Kichrd Lee Young, zm S- Sheprdsville Rd.. Ovid. The prents of the groom re Mr Mrs Jck Fruchey, 116 W. Willims St t Ovid. A centerpiece of pech roses, pech L-meli buds, white crntions, pech rose buds decorted the ltr. "Wedding Pryer" "I Luve Yuu Truly" were sung by Jn eisler Lurie Willims Kevin Wese sne "The Wedding Song". The orgnist ws n Csdos. The bridl gown ws full length, mde of crysttette fbric with venice lce on the round neckline yoke. It hd n empire wistline with slightly flred skirt complimented with Jce medllions. The Gibson girl sleeves were trimmed with the venice lce. The wedding ensemble ws hmde given s gift to the bride by Mrs Tony Sovis. The brides bouquet consisted of white crntions, pech roses, pech cmeli buds, pech rosebuds- The brides ttendnts were: Cthy Young; Chrlene Young; Crol Young. All re sisters "76" WHAT IS 76? Our Countrys Birthdy is in Trombones is n old Song. OUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE STANLEY POWELL IS 76 III BOY, O WE NEE A NEW STATE REPRESENTATIVE!! WE NEE ONAL L STANTON EMOCRAT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE P2ld Pol. Ad. MRS KIM FRUCHEY of the bride, ll re living t home. The ttendnts were in identicl dresses of pech tffet with embedded white herts of polyester chiffon on the bodice. They wore identicl white picture frme hts complimented with pech ribbons crried bouquets of pech cmelis pech rosebuds. The flower girl ws Jody onldson, She wore floor length dotted swiss dress trimmed with ornge flowers. She crried bouquet of pech cm^lis rosebuds. The grooms mother wore beige polyester floor length gown covered with lce. She wore corsge of pech wild roses. The grooms ttendnts were: best mn, Lrry Cspos; Vincent Cspos; Grry Cspos, the grooms cousins ll of 719 Front St. The ring berer ws Ricky Kieffer. cousin of the bride. The reception ws held immeditely fter the ceremony for m guests t the VFW Hll, Serving t the reception were: Ueb Jones; wn Applebee; Lind Leslie; Brb Stovis; Leses Morgn; Robert Young; Crol Hmmond. Betty Ackls. The bride is 1974 grduteof Ovid Elsie High School. The groom i.s 1972 grdute of Ovid Elsie High School is presently Petty Officer in the US Nvy, sttioned t Chrleston South Crolin. After y tour of the southern sttes, the couple will be t home in Chrleston S.C. JANE GALLOWAY We Mke Business of Selling Your Business Lee Guernsey Vict Prts. Mnger Byron E. Miller Sttt J. Robert Wters Sfes Mnemm onld Jones Slts Bruce Rmthim Slts Uintmtnt Sid Hncock Slts - Mrwgtnitrrt PATRICK F. McNEAL on your purchse of BURGER CHEF, ST. JOHNS now known s Mc McNEALS BURGER CHEF from Crolyn M. Frink We wish you much success in your new venture. A plesnt trnsction by LNOBLE BUSINESS BROKERS REALTY CO, 1615 Ert Michign Avenue - Lnsing, Michign Tetephone Are Code Chester Johnson Slts Chrles Moore Slc Russell Keiley Slts C. "Andy" Anderson Slts MHS MITCHEL JANES Gilowy-utcher Mr Mrs Al Gllowy of %m N. US-27. St Johns.re proud to nnounce the enggcment of their dughter. Jne Siisuti. to Theodore C\ Hutcher, Jr. son of Mr nil Mrs Theodore II. utcher, Sr of Troy* MI. The bride-to-be. W7s grdute of St Johns High School Is student t Centrl Michign University. Mt Plesnt. MI. The prospective bridegroom, PJ73 grdute of Troj High.School. Troy. MI. is lso currently student t Centrl Michign University. The couple hve not set "eddintf dte t present. A boy, vid Anthony, ws born to Mr Mrs Thoms Thelen of 1050 E. Css St Johns. Oct 16 t Clinton Memoril Hospitl- He weighed 7 lbs 7 ozs. The bby hs 1 brother 1 sister. Grprents re Mr Mrs Frncis Bleicher Mr Mrs Normn E. Thelen. The mother is the former Mry- Brbr Bleicher. A girl, Crrie Jo. ws born to Mr Mrs Keith Rosekrns of 403S- MedSt, Oct 19, t Clinton Memoril Hospitl. She weighed 7 lbs 10 ozs. The bby hs 2 brothers sisters. Grprents re Jennet Kosekrtis. ;ft [r. Mrs Joe Chpko. The mother is the former orothy Chpko A girl, Gin Mrie, ws born to Mr Mrs Mike Munger of th Street Imperil Bech Clif. Oct 8. She weighed 7 lbs 3 62s. Grprents re Mr Mrs Keith Munger St Johns, Rymond A. Lzenby Mr Mrs Robert Shellenberg ll of Imperil Bech. The mother is the former Lind Lzenby Lind Jones becomes Mrs Mitchel Jnes OWOSSO - Lind Renee Jones becme the bride of Mitchel Allen Jnes Sturdy, Oct 12, 7 pm t Burton United Methodist Church. The bride is the dughter of Mr Mrs Pul Jones of 240 E. Front St in Ovid, the groom is the son of Mr Mrs Elry Jnes of ms N Meridin Rd, Ovid. The Rev Homer Vn Buren performed the clelight double ring ceremony before n ltr dressed with white gldiols pink mums. Soloist Glenn eisjer of Ovid, sng "Becuse," "The Wedding Pryer.* s orgnist Mrs oris Simpson of Owosso ccompnied him. \ uring the ceremony the mothers ol the couple were ech presented with pink rose. The bride, given in mrrige by her fther, wore full length gown feturing n empire wist slightly flred skirt. The high neckline, long tpered sleeves hem were trimmed with chntilly lce. The bride crried cscding bouquet uf white ruses, pink mums Germn sttiee ccented with white stremers tied in love knots The mid of honor. eb Jones, the sister of the bride, wore pink tffet gown teturing polyester chiffon bodice n overly of white nylon flocking of tiny pink flowers. Her bridesmids. Kthy Worshm of Tft Texs, step sister of the bride wore lvender gown identicl to the mid uf honors, Brbie Jones, sister of the bride wore n identicl blue gowu. Their heddresses consisted of cluster of blue, white lvender > mums with pink stremers The mid of honor crried nfurl bsket of pink roses, white, 1 blue, lvender mums, 1 Germn sttice. The bridesmids crried single pink rose with mtching stremers. The mother of the bride wore n qu polyester chiffon gown feturing jeweled neckline, cuffs corsge of pink roses. The mother of the groom wore lvender chiffon gown with long sheer sleeves, corsge of yellow roses. The best (mn ws Mrk Jnes, brother of the groom. The groomsmen were onld Boring, cousin of the groom, vid Jnes, brother of the groom. The ushers were Pul Jnes Of Ovid, brother of the groom, Stn Jones of Sf Johns uncle of the bride. 5A A reception for 150 guests ws held immeditely fter the ceremony. Serving t the reception were: Brbr Rmon of Ovid, Cindy Young of O.vid, Arlene Millrd of Elsie. Lind Leslie of Owosso ttended the guest book. Specil guests were Mrs Hzel Jnes of Ovid, grmother of the groom, Mr Mrs Joe Worshm of Tft. Texs. After wedding trip to northern Michign, the couple will be t home on E_ High Street in Ovid. IThe -J! preferred gift. {Bulov j Accutron For CHRISTMAS I i Mke It memorble gift. Give Bulov Accutron wtch. So precise tht ccurcy Is gurnteed to within minute month.* See our full rnge of Accutron styles. For men women. From $95 to $1800. I 1 X 1 X *We winftrf/ustto this tolernce, if 1 necessry. Gurntee ts <or one yer. V See our Selection of Accutrons r I LAY-AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Hrrs Jewelry PMJftf Hi U4) i I 1 mt^^^k WB J^k^R ^^^*^*^W^^t^w^t^W i^^w *^VJB * Pir up with Pedwins gtor print slip-en t Gitor prlnttd mn-md ponmerle upper mteril 95 Show some clss. i Get into Pedwins lligtor print slip-on. Slick ptent finish. Moc sem front Bold metl trim, step into pir. Keep your costs low, your style high. Block & Brown Own,.. Mon. & Fti. Nitn Till 9 ti.fcmc&n tolnom" SHiif -\T«-<! Millrd Bush Slts Ford UNoble PrwMmt * Un Joseph, Vice Pres. Gtntfl Mnotr lu. 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6 6A (From Pge *3 A) Crunk hs lived in the re for iu \ers, is *member of the Lions Club, the Chirmn ul 1rksund Recretion, YMCA coch, is the pst president if the Prk Lke Improvement Legue He is grdute of Michign Tech in Construction Service Bih Township Technology, hs worked in Bth Tup us j umtretur fur 10 >ers In sttement, Crunk sid "My efforts ivuujd be to develop the hewer district in n urderl> lslnoii uith n eye tu the tuture Also. I *uiild like tu preserve the nturl ures tht must of Us muved tu this township tu be ner " BlocBond THE NEW MORTARLESS SYSTEM SEE AT KARBER BLOCK 817 Church St. * St. Johns (EM) Allen L. Rosekrns Allen L Kusekrns, Ui(j4 Upton Kd, Bth ht, been self employed brber in Hrk Lke tur y >eurs He is J2, mrried the tther ul 2 children Rosekrns, resident ul the re tor yj \ers ib grdute ut Bth High School, the Flint Institute ul Brbering Hv Mid he rs interested in running lor ut,t ice ""tu ben. e the people of Bth Tu. p u ith tlieir problems " (REP) -Richrd Morrill Richrd L Morrill. J226 Cnunt} Line Kd. list Lnsing, ib n incumbent trustee, hving served in the ultice lor 8 yers. He is hie lung resident of ijmtuii County i& employed with Hhliich Sod Nurserj M"t nil ib -10, mrried the lther ot j children He lb high schuol grdute In sttement Muirill bld, i hve iel desire to bee the.unmiunity icsidents work lugelhei tor the betterment of uur re " CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October 30,1974 Full slte in City of ewitt CITY OF EWITT Myor Willim rouin Willim E rouin, 417 Herbison Rd, ewitt, is trffic specilist with the Stte Highwy ept* He is mrried the fther of l child. He served s councilmn fter the specil election in July, He is member of the Elks Club, served on the Memoril Building Council in ewitt for 3 yers rouin ttended Michign Stte University. In sttement, rouin sid "I feel tht ewitt needs someone who it, willing to get in there fre I feel I m tht person " Murf J. Estmn Murl J Estmn is the incumbent myor, hving held the office* since the specil election fter the recll in July, 1973 Estmn, 509 E Webbr, is 53, mrried the fther of 3 children He hs served on the Mson City Council s Police Commissioner. Probte Court*/ Superintendent of the Shelter Home m Lnsing, the Inghm County Sheriff eprtments chplin deputy He is lso member of the Lions Club, the ewitt Police Fire depts. the Pstor of ewitt Community Church, member of the VFW He ttended Tylor Umversitv m Indin, Highl Prk Junior College in etroit Estmn lists his qulifictions s hving 25 vers experience in dministrtion both in the church the community, bsic interest in the community EWITT CITY COUNCIL 4-yer term Chrles Buer Chrles Buer, 1225 S Genev r. ewitt. is em- ii ployed s supervisor in public sfety communictions with the ept of Nturl Resources. He is mrried, 37, the fther of l children. Buer, who hs lived in the re,for 1 yer,- previously worked s detective with the Albuquerque New Mexico police dept. He ttended Bylor Collegein Wco Texs, the University of Michign. Buer is member of the Lnsing Elks Lodge, the Ntionl Committee Assoc of Public Sfety Ufficers. He hs working bckground in public dministrtion, field he hs worked in for 17 yers, experience in municiple lw enforcement emergency service, intergovernmentl co-ordintion. Buer sid he is running: "to do my prt itf community service in the sme spirit tht the volunteer firemn serve the community " He sid "I propose to do my prt to insure fir intelligent, hrd working city government" Jmes Boyd Jmes Boyd, of 609 Westview Ct, ewitt, is employed with the Michign eprtment of stte Highwys Trnsporttion. He is 39, mrried the fther of 2 children. Boyd, who hs lived in the re for 72 yers, ws the president of Lke Genev Property Owners Assoc for 2 yers, the vice president is now the president of the Notre me Club, the president of the Bord of irectors for the ewitt Memoril Assoc He received BA from Notre me. Boyd lists his qulifictions s being college grdute with BA in politicl science, his uork for the stte government lor 16 yers, his present employment in the personnel office in the Highwy ept In his sttement. Boyd sid severl people hve sked him to run for this office He sid he believes there is very little interest in city government wnts to become involved Robert rouin Robert rouin. 814 W Min Ct, is employed with the Oldsmobile Forge. He is 55, mrried the fther of 3 children. rouin hs lived in the re for 4 yers. is the president of St Judes church council. He is grdute of Lnsing Centrl High School, member of St Jude Church, St Vincent epul, chritble orgniztion. rouin lists his qulifictions s hving experience believing in " good clen, honest government" Ronld Hofmeister Ronld Hofmeister, 805 W. Genev, is the irector of finnce t the Michign Stte Highwy Trnsporttion ept. He is 42, mrried the fther of 5 children Hofmeister hs lived in the ewitt re for 9 yers. He hs been on the Bord of irectors of Lke Genev Property Owners Assoc for G yers, is on the bord of eduction for Hope Luthern Church. A 1954 grdute of Wyne Stte University. Hofmeister hs BS in business dministrtion He lists his qulifictions s hving dministrtive responsibilities for the lst 15 yers, prticulrly in the re of finnce Hofmeister sid one reson he llowed his nme to be submitted is becuse he is interested in re-zoning issues. He sid he is, ginst indiscriminte re-2oning. (More ewitt City 4-yer Council termi Pss 7A) Grry Brown personlly represents you in the district the cpitl. A Portge mn wrote, "It is nice to know you cn get help from people in high government offices tody. Wht! men to sy is I know you re very busy mn you didnt hve to do tht for us, but you did."* A K!m2oo vetern hd this to sy. "Such in* terest in the problems of those you represent mkes you splendid exmple, one which more public officils should seek to emulte..."* This tetter (s on fite in the office of US Grry Brown Cst your vote on November 5th for Grry Brown... One of the good ones. BROWN Pid lot b«. Otuvib fur BftAm KuiStll P Kneen. Tresurer ELECT onld Leo Stnton WERE UP TO HELPING YOU KEEP ON THE GO AN WIN, FIGHTIN SNOW! EMOCRAT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 88TH ISTRICT er Voters, 75 OGE RAMCHARGER! Meet Americs newest tine of "go nywhere - vehicles - the 75 odge Rmchrgers Now. we hve "em tw wjys lull time tour-wheel dfive or. new for 75. Rmchrger fwo-wftee/ drive! For work. tun. or ply check out new "75 odge Rmchrger t our showiooms now fhii, ones "winter Still chmpion" We think its North Ament ^ top snow removl vlue Comes redy to move snow -fully equipped with blde hoist Comes with "pckgedel" price we dont think nyone else cn mtch. Check it out (The only thmg better thn our del is our instnt delivery!) 75 OGE SNO-FITER! The chllenges Michign fces in 1974 dem legisltors with courge conviction. onld Stnton is such mn. onld Stnton hs the experience determintion to provide n ctive, responsive voice for the people of the 88th istrict. He will work vigorously to solve the mny complex socil economic problems tht require t immedite ttention. To be good legisltor, it tkes someone who is sensitive to peoples needs who hs the intelligence, bility toughness to do something bout it whether it mens proposing new legisltion or cutting through bureucrtic red tpe to help constituent. This is why we support onld Stnton for the 88th istrict Stte. We urge you to vote for on In the generl election on Tuesdy, November 5,1974. Sincerely, Ser Levin Cidte for Governor Phil Hrt U.S. Sentor ick Austin Secretry of Stte odge 0 ggrngjg AUTHORIZE EALERS See em tody t Rlph rns COMMUNITY OGE SALES 200E.H1GHAMST. ST. JOHNS BOYS Frnk Kelley Attorney Willim A. Ryn Spwlw. House of s Bobby. Crim Mjority Floor Leder House of s P. POL. AV. i

7 October 30,1974 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN 1 Allen, Wrren in Stte Sente-rce, Crr, Tylor in US House UIUIAKUJ. ALLEN Richrd J. Allen. Rep, is irector uf Mk-h Tourist Council, ws elected to Stte Legislture in J% 70, is veterinrin in Alm, is frmer in Grtiot Co, ws former college professor from Alm College. Allen is member of the Presbyterin Church, Frm Bureu. Rotry Club, Mich y Veterinry Medicine Assoc, Americn Assoc for the Advncement *uf Science, Smithsonin Institution, Americn Museum of Nturl History, Mich Historicl Society, Sierr Club, Grtiot Co Humne Society, Est Afric Wildlife Society, Audubon Society, Kepublicn 300 Club, Mich Stte Alumni Assoc Alm College Presidents Club, Century Member, He stted to the County News tht, "It is my strong belief tht the democrtic process is thi; only hope for effective govern- ment for the people. The 30th Sente istrict is rurl, smll town re tht closely mtches my bckground experience. I like to represent its people irt Michigns Sente help in smll wy to return, government to the people. M RICHAR.WARREN Richrd. Wrren, em, of, 1220 Shill r, ewitt, hs been in the re for 3 yers. Employed by the Lnsing School ist, he received^ BA n MA from MSll. In his sttement to the County News he sid, "Qulified, responsible people must mke themselves vilble to serve the people if good government is to be mintined-" ionl (EMI M. ROBERT.CAKR -Robert Crr nrrowly lost to ineumberft Chrles E- Chmberlin in 1972 by 2,455 votes, hs been in the running for the Sixth ionl set since the dy fter the 1972 elections when he nnounced his cidcy for the 1974 elections. Cr, who grduted from the University of Wisconsin Lw School is n ttorney in Est Lnsing Specil Assistnt Attorney Generl for Michign. Although he hs never held n elected office, he hs hd experience in Wshington, serving s n ide to Sentor Gylord Nelson of Wisconsin, In Michign*, he hs served s n dvisor on environmentl issues in 1970 to Guberntoril cidte Ser Levin. * Crr believes in dosing the loopholes for big business cutting the tx burden of the middle clss. He fvors better trnsit systems better voctionl eduction long with fewer givewys to foreign countries. Cliff Tylor (REP) CLIFF TAYLOR - Believing tht emocrtic hs tken wy the power from locl government the people, this Lnsing ttorney sys he wnts to return this power bck to the locl townships cities long with more money through progrms like revenue shring. Tylor ws born in Flint erned his lw degree from George Wshington Lw School- hi the pst, he hs served on the stff of mn Jmes Hrvey of Sginw ws ionl resercher in the Librry of. Tylor clims tht he is the only one in the Sixth ionl Rce tht knows nything bout., Inilti on-wise, he wnts blnced Federl budget to curb ^infltion. He fvors,, Ntionl Energy Policy, shif* ting the cost burden of NATOs defense of Western Europe Allies opposes the Kennedy Pln for.ntionlized helth insurnce in fvor of letting privte prctice oriented medicl system Cpitl Are United Wy, Inc. EAGLE TOWNSHIP Clerk (REP) Alice Sullivn Alice Sullivn. Rt, Gr River Hwy, Gr Ledge, is the incumbent clerk, hving held the office for 4 yers. She is 53, mrried the mother of n 18-yer-old dughter. A life, lung resident of the re, Mrs Sullivn ws grduted from Gr Ledge High School, Lnsing Business University, ttended courses for clerks offered by the Stte of Michign. She is the president of North Egle society 4-H leder. Mrs Sullivn worked for iti yers in the uditing dept with lull chrge of ccounts pyble in Lnsing rop Forge In Sttement, Mrs Sullivn sid she felt she ws qulified for the job becuse of her pst experience. (EM) Ann Love Anne Love, Rt 1 Hecbisou Rd, Egle, is 34, mrried the mother of 1 child. She hs lived, in the re fur 10 yers, is grdute of Petoskev High School Mrs Luve hs served on the Wcoust School PTIA s secretry president. Egle Twp In sttement, she sid: "Egle township is rpidly growing community some of our newer younger people must hve voice in wht is hppening in our community." EAGLE TOWNSHIP Tresurer (REP) Crl G. Lietzke Crl G Lietzke, the incumbent tresurer hs been in office for 2Vi yers. Lietzke Hintnn Rd, is 68, mrried lifelong resident of Egle. Prior to becoming tresurer, Lietzke served s justice of the pece He is high school grdute, member of the Frm Bureu, the Senior Citizens Club- He worked for 13 yers s cshier, bookkeeper office mnger for Ntionl iry in Pontic. etroit, Lnsing. Lietzkesid he is interested in seeking this office becuse: "I like the work hve plenty of time to devote to it. Im in* lerested in good locl government, enjoy meeting people 7A ewitt City Council (From Pge 6A) Michel Mrick Michel Mrick, 1206 S. Genev r, is employed with the Stte of Michign ept of Mngement Budget. He Is 42, mrried thefther of 4 children, Mrick, who hs lived in the re for 3 yers, is the president of Hope Luthern * Church, pn the bord of directors 1 of Lke Genev Property Owners Assoc, lifetime member of the Americn Veterns, n inctive member in the Americn Legion the Luthern Lymns Legue. Mrick sid he feels he is qulified becuse he hs been ctive 1 in Civic ffirs enjoys working with people. He hs BS from Wyne Stte University, hs been lifelong resident of Michign. Hzel Myers Hzel Myers, 37, of 131 W Min; hslived in the ewitt re for bout 6 yers. She is mrried the mother of 3 children. n sttement, Mrs Myers *nd she - like to see the city continue to move hed give some sy-so bck to the people." (More ewitt City Council Pge 10A) THINK POSITIVE I VOTE REPUBLICAN MS^JIS j.j ^ Sr-.; r 1- STATE ii GOVERNOR AN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SECRETARY OF STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS. 3rd ISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS. 5th ISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 6th"ISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 10th ISTRICT LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR, 30th ISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE INSTATE LEGISLATURE, 56th ISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE, 87th ISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 88th ISTRICT STATE BOARS MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOAR OF EUCATION VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO MEMBERS OF THE BOAR OF REGENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO, MEMBERS OF THE BOAR OF TRUSTEES OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO MEMBERS OF THE BOAR OF GOVERNORS OF WAYNE L STATE UNIVERSITY VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO Qgwernor Lieutennt Govemgr WILLIAM G.MILLKEN JAMES J, AMMAN Secretry of Stte N. LORRAINE BEEBE Attorney Generl MYRON H.WAHLS In GARRY BROWN PAUL G. GOEBEL, JR. CLIFFOR W. TAYLOR ELFORA. CEERBERG Stte. Sentor RICHAR J. ALLEN Ftopresenttive In stte Legislture ERNEST W.NASH JAMES P. CAPITAN STANLEY M. POWELL Member of the stte Bord.of Eduction JAMES F.ONEIL Member of the Stte Bord of Eduction FLORENCE F SALTZMAN Bord of Regents, University of Mfch_ ONA SCOTT PARKER Bord of Regnts. university of Mlch- AVI F, UPTON Trustee of Michign Stte University FRANK MERRIMAN tru*te» "" of Michign Stte university KEN THOMPSON 0d, of Governors, Wyne Stt Univ. HOHMAH OTTO STOCKMEYER Bd. of Governors, WyntSttt* FRANKS. WALKER Univ. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, CHARLES H. SILLS WALTER G. NOBIS HAROL L.MARTIN MAURICE GOVE ONAL C.GILSON UANE H. CHAMBERLAIN ROGERA.OVERWAY YLEL HENNING ALTA CATHERINE REE VIRGINIA L.2EEB COUNTY ISTRICT No.1 tio.2 No,3 No.4, No.5 No.6 No.7 No,B No.9 No.10 RICHAR HAWKS No. o 11 These Non-Prtisn Cidtes eserve Your Support JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME - V VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO JOHN W. FITZGERAL II Supreme Cgiirt Justice ALLAN CARPENTER MILLER JUGE OF THE ISTRICT 65th lst.-2ndiv.-to FILL VACANCY " VOTE NOT FOR MORE THAN ONE WILLIAM G.JACKSON j FREERICK M.LEWIS istrict Court Judge i TOWNSHIP BATH CHARTER TWP. EAGLE TWP. JONW.AISS ALICE JEAN LOOMIS MARY L. BLACK RICHAR L.MORRILL BENGAL TWP. MARSHALL R. HICKS! RUOLPH MOHNKE ONAL HARPER HAROL ARMBRUSTMACHER BINGHAM TWP. HAROL BENSON LYOLA.UNKEL WILBUR BRANT NEILBARNHART UANE AVIS ROBERT KISSANE ALLAS TWP. JOSEPHINE C.GEORGE LEOJ.KEONIGSKNECHT RONAL L.SPITZLEY EWITT TWP. ALES. EMERSON ONNA B.SYVERSON OLIVER S:ANGELL ROGERA.PLINE KENNETH F. - GEISENHAVER UPLAIN TWP. RUSSELL LIBEY KELLEY CARTER ORIS MOORE WALTER KAUFMAN JR. LAWRENCE HESS RUSSELL HOWE ALICE SULLIVAN CARL G. LIETZKE ALEVOLK LEO C, MURPHY ESSEX TWP. CLAYTON V.WRIGHT VERNE UPTON MARCIACOWLES NEMCIK ONAL FINLAY GREENBUSH TWP. EWIN W. COX ONALEE MANEVAL FRANCISjMOTZ JAMES E.BURNf^AM JOHN E. MAKARA GORON K.WAGGONER LEBANON TWP. ROBERT B. BELLGOWANSR. PAUL E. GRAFF JR. ELBERTSCHAFER GAYLE FITZPATRICK ONAL J. GRAFF OLIVE TWP. EARL T. BARKS NEILHAftTE CHARLES L.FAIVdR EUGENE L. SCHNEEBERGER OVI TWP. CAROLA.BASHORE PORTER MARTIN KATHERINEM. KELLEY RONAL C.MILLER RILEY TWP. NORMAN M.THELEN VICTOR C.HOPP LESTER SEHLKE CHARLES SILM WILLIAM H.FLEGLER LAWRENCE WITT VICTOR TWP. MANLEY HUNT JEAN MORRILL ARLO STICKLER JOHNfl.ARNTZ WATERTOWN TWP. HERMAN F. OPENLANER MILRE F. MCONOUGH EPWAR H. KRAFT WM. VAUGHN MONTGOMERY SYVERK.THINGSTA JOHN. NASH WESTPHALIA TWP. FRANCIS TRIERWEJLER WALTER KE1LEN WILLIAM C.HANSES LEONJ.WOLHFERT ALFRE E. FINK VOTE VOTE VOTE

8 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October 30,1974 Redwings fll 7-6 **»* -**-*«.^tojk,m. ui «REWINGS ISPLAY INSPIRE EFENSE AGAINST ELECT ROBERT RICHARSON HELP GUARANTEE THE RIGHTS OF ALL CITIZENS, HELP RESTORE CONFIENCE IN THE SYSTEM OF JUSTICE EMt-Jr.h ExPEPiEtire ifj THE J LEOML PPOFESi,ijrj To The Court of Appels POI.AU EWITT TOWNSHIP Tu II qulified electors ut evvitt Township, Clinton County GRAN LEGE SQUA Photo by John Cheeney *e^- Notice ib hereby given tht the GENERAL ELECTION will be held in the Township ut ewitt, County ot Clinton, Stte of Michign on TUESAY, NOVEMBER 5, iy74 trom?.uu m to B;uu p.m fur the purpose ufvoting tor the following offices Governor Lieutennt Governor, Secretr> of Stte, Attorney Generl, in ; Sentor in the Stte Legislture, in the Stte Legislture, two members of the Stte Bord of Eduction, two Regents of the University of Michign, two Trustees ot Michign Stte University, two Governors of Wyne Stte University, two Justices of the Supreme Court, two Judges of the Court of Appels for regulr term two Judges of the Court of Appels fur new* judgeship in ech of the three Appellte istricts, Circuit Judge. istrict Judge, County Commissioners, Township Supervisor, Tuu-nsJwp Clerk. Township Tresurer, two Township Trustees, tw Township Constbles, lsu>une proposed constitutionl mendment two stte proposls»- 1. Voting loctions re s follows- Precinct l E Min Street. ewitt Precinct 2 78u E Wiel Rod, Lnsing Precinct J, "W E Wiel Rod, Lnsing Precinct E Min Street, ewitt Precinct 5 - TBu E Wiel Rod, Lnsing Absent voter bllots will be vilble t ewitt Township Clerks office t "m E, Wiel Rod, Lnsing, Michign bv written ppliction on the prescribed form until 2:00 p m SATURAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1974 ONNA B SYVEKSON EWITT TOWNSHIP CLERK nymnmnws County News Sports Writer St Johns High dominted most of the gme Fridy but n inspired defensive ply by Gr Ledge left the Redwings 7-6 losers in key West Centrl conference footbll clsh. The loss stymied St Johns hopes for piece uf the WCAC crown Gr Ledge scored-on its only sustined drive of the night to go hed 7-o m the 4th qurter, then stopped St Johns ejctr point run to preserve the victory Lst seson the Comets did the sme thing to pull out 2120 decision over the Redwings The Redwings nerly pulled off the victory by scoring with 1 21 left on the clock. Qurterbck Keith Hske lofted n 8- vrd pss to the left corner of the end /one, where end Ken Rolph mde diving ctch St Johns elected to run tor two extr points Hske rn the option to the left side pitching t lst minute to tilbck Kevin Knight, but Grn4 Ledge linebcker John uguid eluded Redwing blockers to knock Knight out uf bounds t the 2 \rd line The vunted Comets, holders of 15-gme winning strek before lst weeks double overtime loss to Alm, rn up ginst ggressive St Johns defense und found itself outplyed most of the wy St Johns ws in Gr Ledge territory on every series, while keeping the Coments trom crossing midlield until the 2nd hlt The Comets reched St Johns turf olfensively only once, mde th$ most of tht chnce to score Other mid-stripe crossings by Gr Ledge cme on 2nd hlf kickoff return recovery of St Johns onside kick in the Un I seconds The \isiting Redwings held 1U-2 dvntge in 1st downs t the hlf finished with n 18* y mrgin They outrushed the Comets in the 1st hlf iyi-121 overll Gr Ledge rllied from ir yrdge deficit in the 1st hlf to gin >y-5y edge in tht deprtment. All i completions cme dn the hosts only consistent drive But Gr Ledge cme up with big defensive plys when most heeded to help keep St Johns" irt the Hole on the scorebord The Redwings- took the opening kickoff from their own 21 yrdline to the Gr Ledge 32 before losing the bll on downs. Gr Ledge threw St Johns for 2-yrd loss on 4th down 1 yrd to go. St Johns hd drive going from the Gr Ledge 48 on the 3rd series, but lost yrdge on 3 stright plys to stumble to hlf bck on its own 47 The most promising of ll St Johns threts cme on its next possession of the bll The Wings drove in U plys from their own 29 to gin 1st down t the Gr Ledge 5 yrd line. Key gins included runs, of 14 yrds by Hrold Wellmn,» yrds by Kevin Knight 17 yrds by Nick Koenigsknecht Knight Wellmn ech gined yrd up the middle to put St Johns on the 3 yrd line with 15 seconds left in the hlf efensive bck John Brenburg belted St Johns Rolph s the 3rd down pss rrived in the end zone Rolph couldnt hold it A hrd 4th do* n pss over the middle cut through both the trffic end Mrk Greens hs, leving the Wings short the score tied t zero for hlf time An exchnge of 3rd period punts gve Gr Ledge the bll on its own 11 yrd line where it mounted its only solid drive ot the night Fifteen plys lter the Comets scored on 36-yrd pss from ll-conference qurterbck Mrk" Benson to end John Bldwin with left in the lst qurter Zc Flor kicked the extr point St Johns punched right bck irom its own 31 \rd line, gining 3 1st downs reching the Gr Ledge 29 yrd line Klem Ltimers 13- yrd run kicked otf the series Gr Ledge stiffened to force punt, St Johns returned the fvor the Comets punted from their own 26 yrd line Gr Ledge nerly preserved shutout on the punt. The bll bounced off the chest ot St Johns receiver Jeff Thornton ws recovered t the Redwing 30 yrd fine But the Comets, who hd been plgued by penlties ll night, were whistled for illegl motion _un the pjy.und hd to punt over.. Redwing freshmen lose to Gr Ledge The St Johns freshmen gridders lost to Gr Ledge Thursdy 37-u. The loss gives the freshmen Redwings record Alm will be in St Johns for the lst gme of the seson t 7 pm Thursdy Giving outsting pertormnces in the loss were Mrk Wood who intercepted pss dded 4 tckles in the 1st qurter before being injured, Crlos Mrtinez with 8 tckles, Jeff Cos with 9, Ry Pertler picked off 2 interceptions Tht nerly left 3 minutesfor St Johns to trvel from its own 43 yrd line to score. A 15-yrd pss interference penlty on the 1st ply helped Two plys lter Ltimer swept left end on reverse for 13 yrds to the Comet 26. A 13-yrd pss to Green t the 2:00 mrk put the Wings on the Ledge 9. Knight gined yrd, setting up the 8-yrd scoring tling to Rolph Alter the extr point run tiled, Gr Ledge rn out the clock il:i5> in 3 plys "We figured power ply nt hve good-chnce of working on tht extr point try," explined Coch Joe Gonzles "We knew Gr Ledge hd to respect Wellmn if * e fked to him, they hd to respect Wellmn if we iked to him. they hd to respect Knight Keith both on the option to the outside, t>o we clled it "We knew they be coming t us hrd on the ply, but we hoped Hske or Knight might be ble to slip in wide," he sid "It ws good ply, but they covered it rel well." Why not kick for the tie go into overtime - "We went for the win," sid Guiules. "Gr Ledge is powerful tem - bigger thn we re With 4 tries from the 10- vrd line in overtime they hd good chnce ol scoring We hd moved the bll well most uf the night we tigured we could win it bet ore overtime " Knight led St Johns rushers with 53 yrds m lb crries, Wellmn dded 47 yrds on 10 H^lUi^i ToTh* Court of John Letts hs served s prison counselor, prole officer ssistnt county prosecutor He hs thirteen yers of experience s judge of Municipl Circuit Courts We need tht kind of experience on the Michign Court of Appels LETS ELECT LETTS COMMITTEE Normn B egrl. Tresurer iiuls Ltimer totled 40 yrds in 7 tries. Hske completed 7 of U psses without n interception. Five erils went to Rolph lor 38 yrds, Green cught 2 for 21 yrds "The tem cme over here plyed consistent, good hrd footbll," prised Got) zles. "We dont like to lose, but were s proud s we cn be of this tem." dded ssistnt coch Jn Szymcuk Next ior the Redwings will be home dte Fridy, ginst legue-leder Alm. The Pnthers cme in with 5-0 WCAC mrk 6-1 overll record Gr Ledge is 2nd still hs chnce for- title tie with 5-1 legue slte, St Johns is now 3-2 could cuse the tie by defeting Alm. Wverly is 3-2 vwlh 1 legue gme remining, Hstings Chrlotte ech re 1-4 Ioni is 0-5 FREE! SICK ROOM EQUIPMENT! Clinton County Invlid Wlkers, Hospitl Beds, Crutches, Wheel Chirs For Use of this Equipment Contct OSGOO FUNERAL HOME or ANN WALKER or PHONE This Equipment is for FREE HOME USE for Anyone Needing It. - Until you hve needed crutches, hospitl bed, wlker or other equipment in hurry in your home, you probbly wont relize wht wonderful service the Americn Legion Auxiliry does in mking its items instntly vilble to nybody in the county- Your Subscription (New or Renewl) will help Further this Community Project. Every Resident is Urged to Co-operte. Residents, when clled on, should request see introductory letters signed by officer. This is to eliminte ny misrepresenttion by unuthorized persons. No dontion wj)l be ccepted by the representtive or the orgniztion. All representtives re registefcd t the Chmber of Commerce, police deprtment the sheriffs office in Clinton County. Rehve.ryJsGjiwiitod AMERICAN AUXILIARY ST. JOHNS JEAN BARTHAL0MEW Pres. HJe.^ ALICE BROOKE V-Pres. BETTY KNIGHT HELEN PATTERSON Tresurer VELMA BEAUF0RE Community Chirmn Secretry Retin Judge Frederick M. Lewis 65th istrict Court EXPERIENCE-FAIR-CONSCIENTIOUS QUALIFICATIONS: PRESENT ISTRICT JUGE 24 YEARS OF VARIE LEGAL EXPERTISE CLINTON COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FOR 12 YEARS. FAMILY COUNSELOR, CIVl L, CORPORATE AN EFENSE PRACTICE; FORMER MUNICIPAL JUGE OF ST. JOHNS. EUCATION: GRAUATE OF ST. JOHNS HIGH SCHOOL. B.A. FROM MICHIGAN STATE COLLEGE. L.L.B. FROM UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LAW SCHOOL SPECIAL AWARS FROM THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AN MARY AN THE CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. JUICIAL ACTIVITIES: ISPOSE OF BACKLOG*OF CIVIL CASES; KEEPS CRIMINAL CASES CURRENT; MAINTAINS MAGISTRATES SERVICES IN EWITT TOWNSHIP; SELECTE BY AMINISTRATOR AS VISITING JUGE TO HEAR TOUGH CASES; LEGAL AFFILIATIONS: MEMBER OF MICHIGAN STATE BAR ASSOCIATION AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION. AMERICAN JUICATURE SOCIETY. PAST PRESIENT OF THE CLINTON- GRATIOT BAR ASSOCIATION. PERSONAL: Frederick Lewis ws bom in st Johns. Michign, hs lived there most of his life In fct there hve been four genertions of his fmily of Lewises, Mortons Mhrs m Clinton County He is Vetern of World Wr 11 hving served m the CBI theter with the Flying Tigers He is member of the Americn Legion is Pst Chefde Gre of the Forty et Eight He is the Pipe Mjor founder of the Hether Pipers of St. Johns, pst chirmn of the Clinton County Red Cross. Pst President of the St Johns Rotry Club member of Olive Grnge Clinton County Pomon Grnge, on the Pstorl Bord member of the St Johns Congregtionl Church is istrict Orgniztion Chirmn for the boy Scouts, He is mrried to the former Helen Anderson of rurl St Johns they hve four children, Lind, Jerry. Mureen Nncy. JUGE LEWIS BELIEVES THAT A COMPETENT JUGE SHOUL BE ACCUSTOME TO HAN- LING CIVIL AS WELL AS CRIMINAL CASES. HE HAS HA THIS EXPEIENCE. FRE LEWIS HAS THA T RARE COMBtNA VON OF LEGAL WISOM, JUICIAL TEMPERMENT AN COMON SENSE! Vote for Judge Lewis Nov. 5th, Non * Prtisn KEEP A GOO MAN RUNNING A GOO FOR YOU.

9 Octofwr 30,1974 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN Fowler downs P-W A FOWLER. P-W BATTLE IT OUT IN EFENSIVE CONTEST. Photo by ^leve Fwfew Bth bombs nsville BATH - The Bth Bees mintined firm hold on hhre of lit plce in the Inghm County Legue with 54-0 CLINTON COUNTY BOAR OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING A regulr meeting of the Clinton County Bord of Commissioners will be held on Mondy, November 4,1974 At 1-3U p m the following referrls from the Zoning Commission w ill be herd* EWITT TOWNSHIP Zone M1, Limited Industril to Zone R-iB, One Fmily Low ensity Residentil; AHof tht prt of JVE4 of SE 4 of Sec 35. T5N-R2W, Iving S of Penn Centrl R R GREENBUSH TOWNSHIP An ppliction for specil Use Permit for soid pit on the following described prcel of (; AlloftheSprtofNW4ofSE t 4ofSec J3,T8N-R2W, lyings> of the center of ditch known s the Hvworth Extension rin Also, thesw^ofse^ofsec 33, TBN-R2W, Also the E 60 Acres of SW> 4 of Sec 33, T8N-R2W Also E 60 cres of W 100 Acres of SW4 exc prcel of l beg t point of fteofswsec cor run th E. 628 ft, th, N 370 ft, th W iiij2ft th. S 370 to POB. Sec 33 t T8N-R2W exc the following prcels- The front 330 feet long Kinley Rod Arnold R Minnk Administrtor * 74 MONACO BR0UGHM 2 oor Hrdtop, Split Front Set, 400 Engine, Automtic Tnmmlmn, Power Steering, Powr rsc Stkes, Air Cn ditkming, Tint Glss, AM-FM Rdio, Cruise Control, Vinyl Top Rdil Tire*, 8000 Miles GOL USTER 2 oor, Cylinder, Automtic Trnsmission, Power Steering. Vinyl Top, Fold own Set Pckge. White Wll Tires. $ PINTO RUNABOUT 2 oor, 2000 cc Engine, Automtic Tnmsmlsjon, Rdio, Bucket Stts, Whit Wlt Tir«, Fold own Set Pckge t OGE 127" VISION VAN 318 V-8, Automtic Trnsmission, Powr Sterins, Power Brkes, Fctory Air Conditioning, Tint Glse. Hi Bck Buckets. K Ton, s BUICK ELECTRA 4 oor Hrdtop. Full Power, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control. AM- AM-FM Stereo. $ P0NTIAC CATALINA 4 oor, V-8, Automtic Trnimfulon, Power Storing, Power Bnkts, Ritffo. $ odge SffiSS! AUTHORIZE EALEftS trouncing m er n&vihe Fridy The Bees clobbered ns- Mile, picking up?tj5 \rdss in totl offeree nsville uut, held to denil H wrd& vn the ground, while they picked up e in the dir Bdth eludes, out the reson No\ I l Willunibtun ewitt suffers 3-0 loss WEBBERVILLE - Web bervtlle put the toot to ewitt Fridy night hed the Pnthers* 3-u up^et defet ewitt «b jui>t unble to score iigimt (he \\ ebben rile 11 2d qurter field gol provided the tm)\ scoring of the gme ewitt":* lbt 2 guine uf the h-ebon re un the rod They tke oil Ohvet Fridy clui.e nut the reson ginst Lingt-burg Fowler qurterbck Mike Grff unleshed 26-yrd pss to Terry Thelen in the finl qurter to live the Egles thrilling 14-8 victory over Pewmo-Westphli Fridy night in the bttle of the unbeten Both tems went into the gme undefeted the win gives Fowler t lest tie for 1st plce good shot t sole possession of the title Volley Swn Volley over Swn Vlley ssured themselves of t Itjst tie for the Mid-Michign B Legue Chmpionship Fridy night,, downing Ovid Elsie 27-8 Swn Vlley bet the pce erly in the gme, tking the opening kick-off to mrch to the Ovid-Elsie 10-yrd line > Lvle Schneider put Swn Vlley vn the bord then, on 4th down, with 20-yrd field gol Ovid-Elsie lter gve up the bll on 4th down punt Swn Vlley put together <t 60- yrd drive tor the 1st touchdown unj8 yrd run by Mike Segr I he kick for extr point filed Fowler scored 1st in the contest on i^-yrd run by John Mueller ner the end of the 1st qurter The extr point filed Fowler led 6-0 Tht ended the scoring until the 3d qurter, when Pewmo - rolls Ovid-Elsie Ovid-Elsie took the kick-off went 80-yrds in 10 plys to bcore touchdown when Pul Cse went in from (he 8-yrd-. line Jck Bshore pssed to Ted Ueiger for the 2-point conversion cutting the Swn Vlley led to 9-8 In the 2d qurter, John Bigles went 20 yrds for Swn Vlley touchdown, mking the hlftime score 15-8 The Mruders nerly went into the end zone before the hlf, but fumble on the Swn Vlley 2-yrd-line, wiped out the scoring thret In the 2nd hlf, Ovid-Elsie Redwing girls defet Chrlotte On Oct 24, the St Johns Girls Bsketbll Tems trveled to Chrlotte, where tor the 2d time this- reson, they defeted the host orioles The tint gme of the evening hw Ihe Redwing JVvees defet the Orioles &-20 With good defensive plying by Jenti HNenbeek Melnie Escher, the Redwings didnt hve much trouble hling the Chrlotte tem s the Redwings notched their 8Eh uin ginst 1 loss Leding the scoring for St Johns ws ebbie Evitts with )0, while Mrt-i Thelen dded H The St Johns Vr&ity with very cold snooting in the erlv minutes of the gme, found themselves in n unusul Mtutiun. being down by «points The Redwings were ble to rtercome this deficit, tke l point led t the hlt OGE 1 2 TON PICK-UP 318 V-8, Automtic Trnsmltsion Power Stering, Power Brkes. Adventure P«cfcge, hd R*r Springs, 2 Tone Pint % NOVA 2 oor. 6 Cylinder, Automtic Trnsmission, Power Steering, Rdio, White Wll Tires, Fold j PINTO STATION WAGON 2QQ0cc Engine, Automtic Trnsmission, Fctory Air Conditioning, Tinted Glss, White Wll Tires. $ FOR MAVERICK 2 oor, 6 Cylinder, Automtic Trnsmission, Rdio. U OGE P0LARA CUSTOM 69 ART G.T.S. 2 oor Hrdtopt 383 Hi-Po Engine, 4 Speed Trnsmission, Bucket Sets, Vinyl Top rrdlo. J oor, 3B0 V-8. Automtic Trnsmission, Power Steering, Power Brkes, AM-FM Rdio, White Wll Tires P0NTIAC CATALINA 4 oor, V-8, Automtic Trnsmission, Power Stetring, Powtr Srtkn. fttflo, Ntw Tires. $ Rlph rs COMMUNITY OGE SALES 200 E. HIGHMAN ST. ST. JOHNS When 2d h If ction got underwy. St Johns begn putting it ltogether Ub they outscored the Chrlotte girls in the third qurter uring the 4th qurter with good rebounding by Kendie Knight the Redwings were ble lo put in 14 more poink to Chrlottes 9. preserve the St Johnb victory. The linl i.core ub Leding scorers tor SI Johns uere, Kendie Knight with 10. jnd Lind Eisler with B SI Johnb ib 5-2, in the legue The Redwings, will be trveling to foni Thursdy Oct SI to lke on the Ioni Bulldogs Erlier in the seson Ioni deled ted the St Johtb girls by 4 points Gme time is (j pm for ihe junior vrsitj 7 30 for ihe vrsity Sf Johns hs 2 home gmes i eni ining-wverly, Tuesdy No\ 5, Gr Ledge, luesd> Nov 12) Gr Ledge defetedfi»t Johns erlier, this \er b\ 1 point,, Lions sponsor snowmobile rces The 0\ id Lions Club will hold snowmobile drg rces Nov i, tuu miles Est of the Ovid Blinker light on M-21 There is $3 entry fee per cient Registrtion ts t 10 m the first rce will begin t 1 pm Trophies will be wrded to ihe winners The dmission is This time Vote Experience FCWELL thretened, but could not score while Swn Vlley scored twice The Vikings rushed lor 286 yrds pssed lor (Xi while Uvid-Elsie hd 190 yrds on the ground 96 in the ir Ovid-Elsie picked up 16 1st downs, while (Swn Vlley picked up 15 The big difference ws in turnovers s Ovid-Elsie lost 2 fumbles hd 4 psses in tercepted On defense, Uvid-Elsie ws led by en Hibbier with 16 tckles Tim Bolton with 10. It vy-db the finl legue gme lor uvtd-elsie left them ujth d j-win s-iosi record Sginw Bridgeport will come to th id Elsie for nonconference gme Fridy The Ovid-Elsie freshmen picked up their 5th victory of the >er with 1«-14 victory over Swn Vllej The junior vrsity plved the undefeted Swn Vlley junior vrsity in losing JB-6 effort Westphli qurterbck l J t Thelen hit Phil Piggot in the corner of the end zone on 17- yrd scoring pss une Webber plunged over with the 2-point conversion run to put the Pirtes on top 8-6 Then in the finl qurter, Grff connected with his 2&- >rd scoring bomb Mueller dded the 2 point conversion to 1 put Fowler hed At the riobjng of the gme, Pewmo Westphli fought bck kept everybody m their sets until time hd gone uff the clock lunger With seconds to go, the -Fowler defense rushed the P W ptter the Pirtes hd the bll t the bwvlerls Thelen dropped bck to pss for the Pirtes, with time expired, tossed it into the end zone, but 2 Fowler defenders were on the spot knocked wy the lst second eril In tight defensive bttle, P- W led the rushing gme with 83 yrds Fowler hd 71 yrds. However. Fowler picked up 107 yrds pssing with Grff throwing lor B-for-15, while Thelen ws (i for-20 for 44 yrds in Ihe ir for Pewmo- Westphli Mueller Jed the rushing for Fowler with 63 yrds P*Ws Lrry Theis hd 4s yrds Fowler picked up H first downs to PWs 8 Fowler now tkes on Bellevue Fridy night in Prents- Night P-W lces Webberville* Elect Circuit Judge i niel F. WALSH To Court of Appels Endorsed by etroit Free Press: Best Qulified Cidte"... Gr Rpids Press: "One of the Best Suited for the Court of Appels" Pd Politicl Ad TO THE VOTERS of uplin Greenbush Townships LEROY VINCENT Hs served 6 yers on the Elsie Bord of Eduction, 5 yers s President, yers ( ). Hs served s Villge Assessor, lso served on the Township Bord of Review. Hs lived on the-sme frm in Elsie for 37 yers s frmer. He is now retired wnts to represent you s Commissioner from uplin Greenbush Townships. VOTE FOR LEROY VINCENT ON THE EMOCRATIC TICKET NOVEMBER Pid Politicl Advertisement Letter to ewitt Township Txpyers In bout six weeks, you will receive your property tx sttements. You will find tht your ssessment hs been incresed by 10% over lst yer. This fct hs not been widely publicized by your present supervisor s he initited the ction tht brought bout the ssessment The Township Bord hs tried to tke some of the sting out of the increse by dropping the 1% collection fee, but this stilt leves 9% net increse. Why should Supervisor initite procedure tht results in higher txes for his own township? Probbly due to lck, of understing of the lw or lck of experience. Mybe le Emerson cn explin it to you. Anywy, the deed is done your tx bill hs gone up $%. tf you think tx increse this yer is good ide, rewrd le with nother two yer term. If you re looking for sound business government experience, vote for Ted Powell on November 5th. CITIZENS FOR POWELL FOR EWITT TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR pd. Pol. Adv.

10 10A ST JUHNS - Willim Jik^oti. Clinton County totitut prosecuting ttorney, CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS. MICHIGAN Incumbent judge, ssistnt prosecutor WILLIAM JACKSON to seeking ekxtiun s 65th Judicil district judge, pumtion held turreiuk by Judge Frederick Lewis. Jckbun hs, been dbbibtnt (jryiecutyr m Clinton County since HtTl, previous!} serving b bsibtnt ttorney generl tur tlie Mte ui Michign for 1 >er He opened hib cmpign with ---*#* W & K. vie for 65th istrict Judge office n nnouncement of 6-prt pltform "-Kequest tht the County Bord of Commissioners reduce the slry of istrict Judge from $30,042 to not more thn $26,ouu per yer. "-Impose tough stern sentences ginst those individuls who repetedly violte lws. "-Insure tht ll cses pending re hert promptly without dely. oppose, ny ll unnecessry djournments -Report to court for work every dy. Mondy through Fridy, t 8 m will remin working vilble t the court until 5 pm "-Schedule 1 dy week tor evening trffic court from 7-9 pm to enble person to pper un trffic tickets without hving,!o tke time <M Scorn their jobs ", A resident ot Kt 6, Med Kd. Greenbush Twp. Jckbon. 31. is mrried to the former Yvonne Ky Uithold They hve 1 child, Edwrd Jckson is grdute ot the Wyne Stte University Lw School ws dmitted to the br to prctice iw in Nut ember, 197(1 He is member of the Michign Stte Br, United Sttes, Supreme Court Br, Clinton*Grtiot.* Br >&. H& =i Assocition, Ntionl istrict Attorneys Assocition Prosecuting Attorneys Absoction of Michign. FREERICK LEWS Kederick M. Lewis, 51, Rt 4, St Johns, is seeking re-election s tj5th Judicil district judge, position he hs held since ppointed in July 1973 Prior to serving s district judge, Lewis served s Municipl Judge in St Johns, Clinton County prosecuting ttorney for 12 yers, fmily *.. i! * ^f***t. vspy counselor, prcticed civil, corporte defense lw. Lewis, is grdute of St Johns High SfchooJ, received BA from Michign Stte University, LLB trom University of Michigns Lw School. He hs received specil wrds trom the College of Willim Mry the Cliforni Institute of Technology Lewis is member of the Michign Stte Br, the Americn Br, Americn Judicture Society, the pst president of the Clinton-Grtiot Br Assoc Burn in St Johns, Lewis his lived here most of his life He is vetern of WWII served with the Flying Tigers A pipe tnior Lewis tounded the Hether Pipers of St Johns He is member of the Americn,** W l/> O ^4 SAVE T, Legion, former chef de (jure of the 4u 8, former chirmn of the Clinton Cuunty Ked Cross, former president of St Johns Rotry Club, member of Olive Grnge Clinton Cuunty Pomon Grnge, serving oh the Pstorl Bord member ol the St Johns Cungregtionl Church, is the istrict Urgnutiun Chirmn tor the Buy Scouts Lewis is mrried the fther of 4 children. Lewis sid he nb proven performnce citing lie lis one ut the most current ctive documents in the stte; he hs been used by the stte court dministrtion s visiting judge un tuugh cses, he hs reputtion (or being tough but fir judge!*& - % ROARY RE-ROOF I \ i FREE ESTIMATES TRAINE INSTALLERS COMMERCIAL - RESIENTIAL BONE - INSURE STANLEY POWELL Stnley M Powell, Rep, ge?u\ ut Kt 2, lom, is n incumbent iepret>enttive hs been m uttice 12 vers Employed by the House of Reps, he hs been in this re ll ot his lite He ko held office t the Stte Constitutionl Convention ws Secretry of School Bord lur mny yers He is member ut the Bptist Church, Frm Bureu. Grnge, Americn Legion, Veterns ol WWI Hebtted to the County News, "M\ experience m the Held ut public ffirs hs given me w-*-.-*- t- - <%& :> 88th House set - - Powell vs Stnton tmilirity with wide vriety uf current problems with legisltive procedure. Also I hve wide cquintnce with public officils with the leders 0f mny orgniztions uf citizens. As his purpose for running, he sid, "I feel tht my experience my record indicte tht I m exceptionlly well qulified to serve s Stte Rep from the 88th ist For mny yers I ws the Legisltive Counsel irector of Public Affirs for (he Mich Frm Bureu which brought me into constnt contct with legisltive issues, procedure personnel. uring those yers I ws ppointed to gret mny committees, bords, commissions, councils, etc. deling with gret vriety of problems such b eduction, highwys, welfre, trffic sfety, federl id. etc oing my service s delegte to the Constitutionl Convention during the 12 yers tht I hve served s Stte Kep, I hve n lmost perfect record of ttendnce t committee meetings dily sessions I believe I hve the second best record of ll members of the Legislture in legrd to the number of record roll clls on which 1 hve voted For instnce, during 1973 t hus fr m 1974, out of over 2,000 record roll clls, I hve missed unly 2 those were when I responded to n invittion from Gov Milliken to witness the signing in his office of n importnt bill which r hve sponsored My fmilirity with the setup of our stte Govt m> cquintnce with public officils helps me to respond to mny requests for ssistnce which come to me from my constituents on gret vriety uf problems My seniority in the House gives me prestige, influence which cn only be cquired through extended service s Legisltor " EWITT CITY COUNCIL 2-yer term * (From Pge 7AJ Urihi Costello Leilhi Costello. 218 W Min, is employed with the ewitt Public Schools A lifetime i esident of the ewitt re, she is 37, the 1 mother of 6 children bhe is high school grdute, ttended Lnsing Business University for one yer In stting her qulifictions, she sid she is good business uomn, runs good household likes people Frnk ek Frnk ek, 1U15 E Genev, is employed with the ewitt Public Schools, hs lived in the re for 9 yers He is 33, mrried the fther of S children ) ek received n AB in socil studies MA in history Irom Indin Stte University, is working on specilist degree t Michign Stte University He is member of the 1 Jycees in ewitt, the Americn Assoc of Helth Physicl Eduction recretion, the Americn Personnel Guidnce Assoc, St Jude Church in ewitt. ek sid he felt he ws qulified becuse he hs been n ctive member in the community he hs tken n interest in community ffirs. ek sid he sees ewitt s growing community wnts to help it chieve tht gol. He sid he feels tht he is in position to dd to tht growth. (See Next Column) October 30,1974 ONAL STANTON onld L. Stnton, emocrt, ge 51. of 405 N. Jefferson, ioni, is lifetime resident He is presently employed s Tres/Gen Mgr. Governmentl Emp Credit Union of Ioni is Myor of the City of Ioni. He is member of Ntionl Credit Union Executive Soc of Mngers; First Methodist Church; the Msonic Lodge; Sidin Temple Shrine; Americn Legion, severl other orgniztions. He hs job experience in government opertions, is current myor of Ioni, is finncil specilist ws born rised on frm, so he knows the problems of frmers, city people retirees. He hs stted, "Our 88th istrict is not presently receiving full shre of i vilble Stte funds services see no reson why we should permit our tx money to be spent elsewhere when the need for it is so gret right here in our re. We need person with finncil experience to curb excessive government bpending, re-evlute socil welfre progrms, more considertion of working people help retirees live decently in this deplorble infltion er I hve worked with people of ll wlks of life hve proven record of stimulting people into ction successful endevors, I truly enjoy working helping people I pledge honesty energy to the tsk of representing tf the people squre on the level." Gerfd Kirchen Gerld Kirchen, 402 N. Frnklin Rd, is employed with rd Plumbing Heting He is 35, mrried fther of 3 children. Kirchen hs lived in the re ll of his life is presently with the eavitt City Police ept He is lso bcout mster member of the ewitt Community Church Kirchen is high school grdute, ttended n pprenticeship plumbing school Tor 5 yers. In sttement, Kirchen sid: I think the office presents chllenge I like to try it." Robert Suiter Robert Suiter, 1010 pine St, declined providing the Clinton County News with his bckground informtion. Wht do foreign visitors sy bout us when they go home? It depends upon the people they meet. 5- i - ** & UP TO 15% Qulify Products By Celotex Corp. Tmp, Florid CALL NOW & Before Fll Price Increses CALL COLLECT THE MAM CORPORATION * 1325 E. JOLLY R., LANSING WILLIAM G. JACKSON ts seeking election s ISTRICT JUGE on the bsis of n nnounced PLATFORM NOT on the bsis of gimmicks, such s yrd signs or billbords Elect the mn who will improve your istrict Court. ELECT WILLIAM G. JACKSON M. Pol. Ad*. ISTRICT JUGE for " Clinton County VOTE-NOVCMBIR 5 Non-Prtlum Bllot it

11 October 30,1974 M$& CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST. JOHNS. MICHIGAN 11A &s Ovid Elsie M: Are News The 1974 Kegiun y Mvetig ot Ihe Future Huniemukws ut Americ ws held t O*. id fcbie High School, Oct is &irb Lfc, ot HuJt presided t the meeting elegtes trom 15 surrouii dmgbchoolb including Fewmu- Westphli Cjison Uty Crystl ttended There uere dbout <!4t) members present tu her welcome trom Blme LenU, U Now you cn buy recretionl vehicle insurnce just like n uto policy} Yes. complete coverge hr snowmobiles, ll-terrin vehicles, tril bikes, dune buggies mim-bikes too even when youredriving one tht belongs to someorjeeisei Bod- Ilyinjury property dmge libility coverges tht rnge trom $ to $1, $25 or $50 deductible foreon*- prehensive collision coverges,. m ddition to P8yipQfpedic\qxpense$for ny pssenger on your vehicle. you re lso covered It relly" % wqrksjusmikeuto insurnce You cn now protect ll your recretionl vehicles with one ltogether policy ltogether OVI SERVICE AGENCY PHONE 834*2288 \/iuto-owners Insurnce UfeHomeCBusress PRESIENT SUE HULL Ovid-Elsie is host of FHA Region 9 meeting Acdemy Clink Open To The Public FREE PARKING ALL SERVICES RENERE BY SUPERVISE SENIOR STUENTS For ftirthei-lriformtion, Wnte ol- cll Lor Kiser North Est St Lnsing PHONE h. principl to her greetings trom FHA Stte President. Sue Hull ut Ithc btle \ u.e president, Pul Jlmljpuf Crson Cilj Crystl elegtes elected new legioiil uhicers tor I hey include president Uetjhie Stevens - Perry, wee presided! Kren Strtlwi Pein H i<ecietr\ Tern Brvn Fur the tir^t tune m.91 >ers, Mrs Lulu Knight is living t different ddress She «s burn UUubel lb. ItHU t 5568 Isl Kud, i*j miles ue b t ol the HOSPITAL INSURANCE \\t? lun J lumplett. (jtkjgc ut lit-jjili j»u hut,pitdiult<nt puiii rtlikli i_j» bf tilored ti iiitiuiijrjjl tjuiil\ uei-d-, Uv tjiluimf ejili pln tv the HuJniJujri tuetls, tht? TJI«tur^ynit.* inure tuiupetitne ( uf luuie iiilxtintioi) diid j qo"lt.itj yur fine plns SEE OR CALL WILLIAM F HULLEY. Solicitor fur Crter-Melvin INSURANCE AGENCY Vout independent Insurnce Agency. 122 W Mm. Elsie Phone Residence phone NATIONALLY ACCREITE BY THE COSMETOLOGY ACCREITING COMMISSION SPECIAL ON PERMANENTS 1 CLIP COUPON I I Your Choice of J I Permnent* I > $15 Permrionts $12 SO I 1 $12 bo Permnents $8 50 S8 bo Pernnnenis $ } $/ 00 Pei nun en ts $5 00 SUie Bv Mr& Nev Key;. Phone OVI SERVICE AGENCY 104 N. MAIN PHONE OVI Ldingshurg, tresurer - Pin Wgner Webberville. historin Colleen Bidwell Cison Cit> -Crystl, prlimentrin <indy Wilson nsville, reporter Mrgret McCuig Crson Cit> -Cr.vstl, ioiigleder - Jnet Smith Brighton, pinist Tnimv Terrs Holt villge ut the time there «*;> no direct tod pst her home to EJsie She hs lived there eontinuouslj until the pst summer uhen she moved intu her new home djcent to her niece husb. Mi Mrs Leio> Vincent <it j.i3 E Mm M. Elsie Ret-ently the Vincent en tertuied severl uld tnends reltives t birthdy dinner io her honor t their home Attending uere Mrs Feil Blnk son of St Johns, Mrs Nor Beebeul Euiek, Mr Mrs ick My dughter, Mry Alice ol Bj City Mi Mis Millord Clrk Mi Mrs L>n Egbert tmilv uf Elsie Chrles Miller recently notified his prents Mr Mrs \l Miller ot Elsie tht he hd bgged n uo pound moose ner Missoul, Montn where he ttends the Universitj There w-ele ^5 specil permits drw n l or tht re Chrles ws one ul the lucky hunters It lequired four men to pck the niml out Chrles sid tht the elk seson is- now on he will gin try his luck Ovid St John*, re residents hd the opportunity recently to meet r Ahmd Aurng his wife, (,fd 4th from left J during reception held in their honor t Clinton Memoril Hospitl. r Aurng iccently opened prctice in 0\id Open house t Ovid-Elsie The members of the Ovid Elsie Eduction Assocition will celebrte Americn Eduction Week Oct 27 to Nov 2* with n ll-out effort to open schools to s mny interested individuls s possible The tcultj of Ovid Junior High will kick off the festivities with mini-school" in the evening Visitors will follow students schedule, discovering wht d> m the junior high is lelly like Ovid Junior Highs "mini school" will be Mondy, iitt 27, trom? to y pm The instructors t Worth 0\ id Elementry pln to hve coltee hour from 4 to n pm on "iuesdy, Oct 2«Billed s "chnce to meet the instructors on first nme bsis" North t ivid Elementry instructors hope to cpitlize on the success uf similr progrm in their school lst \er Est Ovid Elementl,*, eductors suggest tht then guests "drop-in" duimg the norml school dy they ie inviting \ou to "drop-in, stop-m sit-hi " The testivities dt Est owd Elementry will be on Tuesdy, Oct 28 Tuesdy, Oct 2&, lis lso been chosen by the fculty of E E Knight Elementry in Elsie Elsie Junior High These techers re offering com bintion ot "drop-in" during the dv "coffee-hour" in the lte fternoon EE Knight TOMS WESTERN STORF OVIO MICHIGAN 48866*. ^it* uomsr fin tofyv FOIUPMFN s ji * i\ * E. r>«f«t.*. vl/fsn HN r i n i H inl v,,. - i,.....,,.. C"J1" FRI. NOV. 1st MUSIC 8Y Tom Reust & His Country B 1:00 SAT. NOV. 2nd r MUSIC BY SUN. NOV. 3rd SPECIAL NOj^E FOUR *» MUSIC BY SPECIAL FOR RESERVATIONS CALL Buying or Selling CALL US FOR RESULTS 113 E. PEARL ST. 1 BEROOM, GAS HEAT, CENTRAL LOCATION, CARPETING, CITY WATER & SEWER, POSSIBLE LAN CONTRACT. FOR RENT, LARGE 80 x 150 MOBILE HOME LOT IN OVI IMMEIATE POSSESSION. 1-NEW RANCH HOME IN OVI, 3 BEROOM. FULL BASEMENT, CARPETING E. M BEROOM, GAS HEAT, CAR PETE, CURTAINS, RAPES AN APPLIANCES JNCLUE. IMMEIATE POSSESSION. 1 ACRE COMMERCIAL LOT, COgNER OF HOLLfSTER R. AN M-21, OVI. STORE BUILING ON MAIN STREET IN OVI- SALE OR LEASE. Gilbert 0. Bovn, Broker Phone Tony Sinicropi vid J, Hill Sles s Phone Phone Elementry Elsie Junior High «ill hoth he open for Ubitors, during the school dy E E Knight Elementry will dlt.0 be open from 4 to 6 pm Instructors t Ovid Elsie High School twll round out the scheduled events with n open, house during the dy on Wed nesdv. Oct 29 The} extend n invittion to ll. prticulrly the prents of Ovid-Elsie High School students Coffee cookies will be vilble t ll buildings Suggestion boxes will lso be provided to solicit ides for luture Americn Eduction Week celebrtions O-E b smorgsbord This yer the Ovid-Elsie B Smorgsbord fetures live entertinment by the O E Germn B. Lively music food will be fetured The dte hs been set for Sundy, Nov 3, from noon to 2*30 pm iners will be ble to choose from 4 met courses, with s much s you cn et being the rule, ll t lst yers prices Heding the Smorgsbord re chirpersons, Mrs Wilm Swender Mrs Shirley Mrrige BLACK JACK ROOF CEMENT PENCO CAULKING COMPOUN FINGER TIGHT CAULKING STRIP The kitchen committee heded by Mrs Shirley Roberts consists of Mrs Brbr Jones, Mrs Brbr White, Mrs Hzel Bywter Mrs onn vis ining room chirperson is Mrs orothy Bllentine, tickets, Mrs Elizbeth Putnm Host hostess re Mr Mrs Robert VnReid Bby sitting is vilble The smorgsbord, yerly event, provides money for b cmp, extr instruments, the uniform fund It will be in* the Uvid-Elsie High School Cfeteri 65^ 55tf TUBE TUBE 69«i ifi P r ROLL ALUMINUM FLASHING FOR MOBILE HOMES SPEE-EE PANEL AHESIVE ^*"*^**+*. CONCRETE PATCHING *^^ $1.52 so^"*^ OUR PRICE m dune CHAMBERLAIN BUILING SUPPLY AN NURSERY PHONE«fl PHONE VOTE ON NOVEMBER 5th To Send SAM MARBLE To Represent the 10th ionl istrict in Wshington Cederberg Out, Mrble In When Sm Mrble set out to slu> the 10th istrict drgon we were skepticl doubtful. _ Elford (Al) Cederberg is n bsentee drgon who hs served his presidentil mster well his constituents poorly for 20 yers, but mny of them dont seem to cre. He is ginst people-helping progrms in fvor of militry extrvgnce. And yet he wins elections figured until very recently to win gin. People in much of the district hve never seen him he lives in Wshington mintins il prtment ddress in Midl but they know his nme. And thobe who need personl service like flg or fvor find him ttentive. t Sum Mrble, on the other h, ws n unknown in much of the district, s longtime college professor techer did not seem to hve either the common touch or the drive it figures necessry to Unset legisltive fixture.. We misjudged underestimted Sm. Hes worked hrd decently, not just to win for himself public office but to win for the district responsible responsive representtion in the of the United Sttes. He is nrrowing the gp. The drgon myibe in trouble. Sm hsnt ducked the hrd issues, either. Prdoning Richrd Nixon ws mistke, he The politicl process must be ltered to give the people stronger voice better government, sys Sm. Government spending must be reduced unnecessry militry spending t home s well s brod. In every significnt re, Cederberg hs voted on the other the jvrong side. He opposed Socil Security increses, the Ntionl Conference of Senior Citizens rted him 90 per cent wrong on senior citizen issues in Its not just tht Cederberg ws in Richrd Nixons hip pocket, it is tht he thinks like Nixon, still. Just within the lst few months he hs voted for specil pproprition for Eisenhower College in Senec Flls, N.Y., ginst n increse for eduction id to disdvntged hicpped children, ginst incresed funding for librries ginst dditionl ppropritions for nutrition progrms for the elderly, Cederberg voted recently, ginst efforts to reform the House committee structure ginst ll efforts to reduce requested ppropritions for the former President, whom he speks of s "the leder of the World,** forced out of office for "techniclity". He voted for one more inflted militry ppropritions bill ginst n effort to prohibit the C.I.A. from using ppropritions to undermine or destbisys. continution of the worst lize the governments of "foreten spects of the Nixon regime, countries. And he opposed n Not everyone in this district mendment to consumer proshres tht view. tection m t M w(mw fc * Reprinted by permission of By City Times. thorized the Federl Trde Commission to seek court redress for consumers injured by "unfir or deceptive" trde prctices. If hes winner, wht we need is filure. Sm Mrble is bsolutely right when he sys tht Cederberg hs, for 20 yers, voted ginst helping the sick, the elderly, the -smll businessmn* the frmer, the union mn the prent concerned for his childs eduction. He hs supported the most corrupt Administrtion in the ntions history, defends it still, while voting ginst reform mesures. While the ntion ws in the throes of impechment, Cederberg ws cruising the Potomc with the impechee. Wht service 10th istrict voters will be doing themselves the ntion Nov. 5 if they vote Elford Cederberg out Sm Mrble in. Sm doesnt hve legisltive record for us to compre with Als. And ll voters hve to go on is wht Sm sys. It is esy t this moment to be skepticl bout wht ANY cidte sys bout nything. The min reson for tht skepticism, however, is tht so mny of the yo-yos in office hve let us down. Al Cederberg is one of those yo-yos. Sm Mrble my turn out to be nother, but t the moment there is no indiction of it, on the bsis of his strightforwrd, energetic cmpign, he deserves chnce. Certinly we do, too. p»td tor y M»rb!«for CoiiSWs COmmlttw Virgini Morrlion, Clulrmin

12 12A CLINTON COUNTY,NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN Notices For Gene October 30,1974 ELECTION NuTlCE To Ihe Qulified Electors NOTICE IF HEREBY GIVEN, Tht will be held in the cityoiruewnr Stte of Michign UN TUESAY.NoVEMBER FuR THE PURPOSE UK ELECTING THE FuLLOWlNG OFFICERS. VIZ STATE Governor & Lieutennt Governor. Secretry ut slte. Attorney Generl. 2 Members of Stle Bord of Eduction, 2 Members of Bord of Regents of the University <jf Michign. 2 Members of Michign Slte University Bord of Trustees- 2 Members of Wyne Stte University Bord of Governors CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Stte Sentor- Stte COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF- FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE, ; AN ALSO TO \ VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NijN PARTISAN OF FICERS. VfZ TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Twu RegulurTerms-Two New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE UtSTRfCT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS Pioposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel fx lunds Proposl -B" Vietnm other veterns t.-oiius lunds Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tux on Fuod Prescription drugs. Proposl -" Slte-Wide Trnsporttion system Bonds PROPOSAL A LIMITING USE OF MOTOR FUELTAX FUN " 1 ) J 3 ubibil the use >A m«tur fuel lx fundsby lw. enforcement gencies for highwy ptrol purposes,!> Limit the use >k molr fuel tx funds lor public Irrtsfeortlion to i/i8lh of (he mount received shoufd this tonsutuhonfll mendment be dopted" O YES O NO PROPOSALB VIETNAM ANPOTHEB VETERANS BONUS BONS The proposl T i Authorize ihe stte lo provide veterns >.f the Vietnm other conflicts who served between Jnury J. 1K6J UiruUgh September I with service bonus 2 Auiburl.*e the stte to burro* ihe sum f>f 205 million dollrs for (his purpose JMuiberiie- ihe slte lo issue gener) obligtion bonds therefor, 4> provide for repyment (rum Ihe gener) )und should this proposl be pproved 1 _ YES.A"W PROPOSALC HEMuVALUF SALESTAX UN FOO AN, PRESCRIPTION RUGS [N ^ >l Remove ihe ^tes lx on food prescription drugs used for humn consumption except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges >J«Compenste units of government...iher (hn Ihe stte, for Ihe resulting luss of revenue by incresing ech present lloction ot sles In revenue Id such units by u*5tb. u Should this constitutionl mendment pc dopted" - YES.. No PROPOSAL STATEWIE SYSTEMSBONS the pm [>os I.!. Authorize Ihe stole lo borrow the sum if 11 billion dollrs to finnce the plnning, cquiring, constructing, equipping of vrious l. ir. Hter trnspurlun systems, other thn derting mintennce ex. uenses 2» Authorize Ihe slte lo Issue generl obligtion bonds ihercfor.»3t provide lor repyment from the generl fund should this proposl be pproved. AES (j NO CityofeWitt Non Prtisn Mj<r-t«-«yer term Vote lor one Murl J Estmn Willim E rouin OActtmn-tut yer term Vote for Ihree Chrles Blier j Jmes Boyd - Robert rouin Ronld HofmeiSter Michel Mrtck Hzel Myers Councilmn two yer lerrtl Vote for two Leilni Custetlo Frnk ek Gerld Klrchcn Robert Suiter ALSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS Ult PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE Notice Reltive to Opening Closing of ihe pulls ELECTION LAW. ACT 116. PA SECTION 720, Un ihe*dy of ny election. Ihe polls shll be opened t 7 oclock in the forenoon, shll be continuously open until if oclock in the fternoon no lodger Every Qulified eleclor present in line t the poll* t the hour prescribed lor the closing thereof shll be llowed!p vote THE PULLS of sid election will be open tiodock m v.11) remin open until # «Wock t sid dy o( etectfort. MRS. OROTHY KECK Clerk of lid City ted OCL 30.1B?4 " " GenerElection To the Qulified Electors; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht 8 will be held in the CITY OF ST JOHNS SiUmtMktogn ON TUESAY.NOVEMBERS.1S74 FOR THE PURPOSE Of ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ; STATE Governor & Lieutennt CwwMfc Secretry of SUte.AlteftwOenml2 i Members of Slte Bosri * Eduction. 2 ftfembm tf Bord << Rcgwfe cf UN Unlwrtftjf of MrtHiHiu i Memfwn of Cl*. ft t~»- ---«* ^v>rd w Trutteeit. 2 Members of Wyne stte University Bord of Governor* CONGRESSIONAL In Congreu LEGISLATIVE Stte Sentor. Stte COUNTY bounty Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF F1CERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VuTE UN THE FULLUWING NUNPARTISAN OF FICERS. VIZ:,, TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME i JUGES OF THE tlrt OF APPEALS Two Regulr Terms-Two New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VuTE ON THE J-OLLOWINU STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel tx funds- Proposl "B" Vietnm other veterns bonus funds. Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs Proposl "" Stte-Wide Trnsporttion System Roods. PROPOSALA LIMITING USE OF MOTOR FUELTAXFUN The prop&ed constitutionl mendment : I * Prohibit the use of motor Euel tx funds by lw enforcement gencies fut high wy ptrol purposes, 3i Limit the use of motor fuel lx funds for public trnsporttion to t lth of ihe mount received. Shouldthis constitutionl mendment be dupted- U NU PROPOSALh VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANSBONUS BUNS.The proposl = 11 Authorize the stte to provide veterns of (he Vietnm other conflicts who served between Jnury i through September i. «n with service bonus: 2i Authorize the stte to borrow the sum of 205 million dollrs for this purpose. 3< Authorize the slte to Issue generl jbliguon bonds therefor, 4> Provide for repyment from ihe generl fund. Should IhiS proposl be pproved" L( YES U NO PRUPUSALC. REMOVAL OF SALES TAX ON FUO AN PRESCRIPT ION RUGS ttuutd M» Remove ihe sles Utx on food prescription drugs used for humn consumption except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges, >li Compenste, units of government. ilber thn the stte, for the resulting loss of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue lo such units bj I 5th Shuuld.this constitutionl mendment be dopted" 1 CYES U NO PROPOSAL STATE WtE SYSTEMS BONS * The proposl ; < i > Authorize the stte lo borrow (he sum of 11 billion dollrs to finnce Ihe plnning, cquiring, constructing, equipping of vrious l. ir. wter trnsporttion systems, other thn operting mintennce ex^ penses. *2i Authorize Ihe stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor, >3i Provide for repyment from Ihe generl fund Should this proposl be pproved 3 IJ YES U - N 0 AT THE PLACE OR PLACES UF HOLING THE ELECTION IN SAI CITY AS INICATE BELOW. VIZ: PRECINCT NO i-swegles Street School PRECINCT No 2-PW Grge tt US-27 ;! PRECINCT NO 3-Rodney B Wilson Junior High School PRECINCT NO 1-Municipi Building. 121 E. Wlker St PRECINCT NO 5-Episcopl Church ALSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN- MENTS OB PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTEp Notice Reltive to Opening Closing of JhePolb ELECTION LAW. ACT116. PA SECTION J20 On the dy of ny elec Uon. Ihe polls shll be i*ened t? oclock m Ihe forenoon, shll be continuously open until 8 oclock in the fternoon no longer Every quhffcd elector present In line t the polls t Ihe hour prescribed tor the closing thereof shll be llowed to vole THE POLLS of sid election will be open ttoclockm will remin open until S oclock of sid dy of election, RANY HUMPHREY Clerito/sfdOty Pled Oct i To Ihe Qulified Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tht *ill Be held In Ihe TOWNSHIP OF BATH SiteofMlchign / on TUESAY. NOVEMBER 5:1*74 FOR THE PURPOSE OK ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ: STATE Governor & LMutownl Governor. " Secretry of Slte, Attorney Generl. 2 Members of Stte Bord of Eduction. 2 Members of Hord t Hegenls of Ihe Unlverslly of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Slte University Bord of- Truilcw. J Membetts of Wyne Slte University Bord of Governors CONGRESSIONAL In LEGISLATIVE Slte Sentor. Stte RepresenUllve COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE^ AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NON-PARTISAN OF- FICERS. VIZ: TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COdRT JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Two fegulrtcrrni-twi) New Terms JUGES OFTHE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT J. AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE FROFOtMUS: Proposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel lux funds. Proposl "B* Vietnm other veterns bmus funds Iroputil "C"; Removl uf Sles Tx on Fund Prescription drugs., Pioposl "" stte-wide Trnsporttion system Iiijnds PROPOSALA LlMlTINGUSEuF- MOTORFUELTAXFUN The ijkipubed constitutionl mendment WyUld l»prohibjllbeuscwf»wlorjijfljjf]u»ds I by lw cniureemeiil gencies for high- wy plrol purposes, 2 Linilt ihe UM- ill iihtlvr (tie! tx funds lor public trnsporttion to t/mlh of Hie mount received.sftwuld this cwbtltulluiif mendinettt be dopted II J vts jl NO PROPOSALB VIETNAM AN UTHElt VETERANSBUNUSBONS Un- im.imimil wiiiild" I Authorize llu! htte lo provide veterns -f the \ ivuium und -jther comilicts i*ho i.eru-d belwcen Jnury ),. 1%) "hrough S.. ieinl Jer I. nti wllh -enice lionus. >it Authorize the bltc to burro*- ihe sum I ^05 iiiilliju dollrs for ihis purpose»nd -i* Aujlioriet* Ihe ^liilt" ly iwuif genefji! ibiiguuti bonds llierefoi uild 1 4H Provide l»r icpii}il-iii Iruiii ihe uvnenil fund should This piopobl be ppruved - LKts u s,f.. PRnPuSALC KEMMVAL OF SALES TAX inf-uouamt PRESCRIPTION RUGS fhe piupobod culblhuihiill uiendmnih.^-.uld l Keimtvi l- lilies l\ >m loud, in esciiptioi) drugs used lor liutlwu Cunsumptiuii escvpt iood prepred lor immtduw Mjtii.uiiiutloli Jlld lcoll-jllc iii.vergcs «JI.iiiiuc-iislv oiiilt.»l" govi-nimiiit. iher itiuii Ik-,lli- lor the icsulling loss «t revenue by incresing cdi present ullucutiun -il sles i\ UVonue "i >uch units bv VOth Miwuld Uus tulislltullulijl m-.-ndnivlil tte iidupted I. Ji "> ts LI X - PRiipoAL STAJEIVIE I RANsP-R I VI lu\ SYSTEMS BnN>. Mil ]il I Ipl IS JI Hillllll (» Aultiurui* ihe-jtb- luburuw llie-^um "t i 1 htllhu *J«JJjrs h Itistrnv OH; uiimiiig cguiilig cuttotrcting, uulppins -J) *-riyus l ir ii.ikr iimimrlvliut) vjifems. «;ht j r hll Kpertiitg ""! "whitehiice c\ i;elises l. 1.\uttttsruv tit- lull- )u <^t i.fler«) (ibligtiuh boiids Hiei/lof!» Pi-ivide ji l.-pviii-ill iruiii ilie f.-t.-tn-r^f ttitej siimuld til^ ulupusl (*; ypj.jiedi UI\KS LI ^" \I.SO W\ AITIONAL AMf^Ol.iib\\Ys.fltPi("P-, *j!"riy^."jlfat,, Ji,iv RFSUBMITJ-E Nutice Reltive k> inellulg Closing ul»m P*Hs KLECTIONLAW AClllii.PA. lji4 SECTION f2l>.«ilk- dy K lly.dec. U<m. llie (/oils *jhll! >v opened l? w clock in he iweriooii. ^hll be continuously "Pen uoul B < cluck Hi Ihe llernoon no!8cr fieri ttuwicd elector present in line t UK noils l Ihe iiour lircsrcnbed tyj the.losing Ihereul shll be.tttmx-d t<j mii: THE PULLS ut"lid election will beoptii t; -.clwkii.ul Aillieiilin Mpeii >iiiul H "clock "! -.id dw -J sh-vxhw JUNE F BURNETT Cl e rk of s id Tow- n>h ip ted Oct. JQ. 1UT4 ELECT ION NOTICE 1" the Oulllied Electors MJTICE IS "HEREBY GIVEN, Tht pcwrul Klecliuct will be licld in Ihe TOWNSHIPUF BENGAL s Slte «f Michign ON TUESAY. NOVEMBER 5.19T4 FUR THE PURPOSE UF ELECTING THE FULLUWING ufficfcrs. VIZ STATE Governor & Lieutennt Governor, Secretry of Stle. Attorney Generl. Members of Stte Bord of Eduction. J Members of Bird of Regents of the University of Michign, z Members of Michign Slts University Bord of Trustees. 2 Members of Wvue Stle University Bord e-f Governors. CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Stle Sentor. Stte COUNTY County Commissioner VN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VUTE UN THE FOLLOWING NUN PARTISAN OF FICERS. V Z TWu JUSTICES UF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE UF APPEALS Two ReguIortenm-TwitNew Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE utf THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPUSALS Proposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel J* funds. Proposl "B" Vietnm olher veterns bunus funds Proposl "C" Itenwl if Sles Tx «n Food Proscription drugs. Proposl "" SlleWide Trnsporttion System Bonds PROPOSALA LIMITING USEOF MOTOR FUELTAX FUN The proposed coflslltuiloni mendment Hi Prohibit ihe use of motor fuel tx funds by lw enforcement gencies for highwy plrol purposes: 2i Limit the Use of motor fuel lx funds for public trnsporttion to l/isth of the mount received Should this cortltutlhfll mendment be dopted? j IJ YES NO PROPOSALB VIETNAM ANOTHER VETERANS BONUS BONS The proposl welth * I (Ai/fhcriKt the Mle to prm-he vcterm of (l«i Vietnm other conflicts who served "between Jnury I (hmttgh September J with service" bonus: <2i Author/tofoe *tte I* borrow the sum of «3S militon doflrx for (Ms purpose; 3 Authorize ihe stte to Issue generl obligtion bonds therefor, *4.) Provide for repyment from the generl fund. Should this proposl be pproved? OYES O NO PROPOSAL C REMOVAL OF SALES TAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS Hi Remove the sles tx on food prescription drugs used for humn consumption except food prepred tor immedite consumption lcoholic beverges, *it Compenste units uf government. other thn the stte, for the resulting loss or revenue by Incresing ech present lloction of stes tx revenue lo such units by i/5th Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted" U N o 1ROPUSAL STATEWIE SYSTEMSBONS Hie ill iijhvsiil r 1 J Authome the stle lo borrow the sum it i i billion dollrs lo finnce Ihe ji tnning, cuuirtng. constructing, equipping of vrious l, ir. wter irnsporttlon systems, other ihn iterting mintennce ex penses. "2> Authorize the. slte tu issue generl ubligtiw) bi«ds there/or: -J-Piovlde for repyment from the Heiierl tund yjould Uiii prupto} be pproved 1,Sj! NU ALSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PRUPOSITIUNSTHAT MAY tit SLUMfTTE ^tjtlce Reltive lo Opening Closing of Hit P<ills ELECT1UN UiW ACTHB.PA I51 SECIION 78). On the dy of ny eltcuort. the polls shll be opened t r "dock in the forenoon, shll be lunbuuously open until 8 oclock in Ihe -itk-nioun no longer Even qulified. teclur present In line t the polls t he hour prescribed tor Ihe- closing thereof --JwW be iiilowed lo vote THE PULLS uf sid election will be open t r >.> dock m. will remin open uiiuf 8.cluck ><f sid dy of election. RUOLPH MuHNKE ClerkofsldTownship ted Oct :(U. t»t4 To JJlt IWllfied EJectors J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht will be held in the TOWNSHIP OF BINGHAM Slte of Michign ON UESAY- NOVEMBER 3. IS74 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING TME FULLH-IWJ OFFICERS. VIZ "STATE Governor 4 Lieutennt Governor. % Secretryuf Stte. Attorney Generl. 2 " Atjibers >J ible Hord Of Eduction. Members of Hord of Regents of Ihe Uimersity of Michign. 2 Members of Michign bttth- university bord vf Trustees. ~ Members of Wyne Slte! University Bord»f Governors CONGRESSIONAL Ht-presentJive in LEGISLATIVE Stle Sentor. Stte CUUNTy County Commissioner \N ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE UN THE FOLLOWING NUN PARTISAN OF FICERS VIZ TttU JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Two Regulr Terms-Two New Terms JUGES OF 1 HE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel x lunds..pmpusl "B" Vietnm olher veterns bonus funds Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs Pioposl "U" Stte-Wide Trnsporttion System Bunds PROPOSALA LIMITING USEOF MUTUR FUELTAX FUN < i Prohibilthe use of motor fuel lx funds by lw enforcement gencies for highwy ptrol purposes: ji Limil Ihe use of motor fuel lx lunds lor public trnsporttion lo 1 ISth of the mount received. should this constitutionl mendment be dopted" u m PROPOSALB, VIETNAM ANOTHER VETERANSBONUSBONS The proposltt uk).- 11 Authorize the stte lo provide veterns nf the Vietnm olher conflicts who >pried between Jnury h I9fil through September with service bonus, Zi Authrize ihe stte to borrow the sum if 205 million dollrs for this purpose..<3< Authorize the stte lo issue generl "bligtion bonds therefor, 4.i Provide tor repyment from the generl fund should ihis proposl be pproved? : rvnd PROPOSALC REMOVAL OF SALESTAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS h ; di Remove the stes lx on food prescription drugs used for fmmn consumption except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges; jii Compenste units of government. other thn the stle, for the resulting Ions of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of tles tx revenue in such units by L/Sth..Should (his constitutionl mendment be dopted" YES! NO. PROPOSAL STATE-WJE SYSTEMS BONS TTie ufdtnsil wrom: li Authoriee the stte to borrow the sum of i.l billion dollrs lo finnce the plnning, Acquiring, constructing, equipping of vrious l. ir. wter trnsporttion systems, other thn operting mintennce expenses, i2> Authorize the slte to issue generl ubligtfix) bonds therefor, 3i Provide for repyment from Ihe generl fund. Should this proposl be pproved? Lj Nu ALSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE Notice Reltive to Opening Closing of the foils ELECTION LAW. ACT HS. P A. ISH SECIION 720. On the dy of ny election. Ihe polls Jihll be opened t 7 oclock in the forenoon, shll be continuously open until 8 oclock In Ihe fternoon no longer Every qulified elector present tn line t the polls f the hour prescribed for Ihe closing thereof shll be llowed to vote THE PULLS of sid election w 111 be open ut?uclock,m will remin open until H oclock uf sid dy of election. INA MORRISON Clerk of sid Township ted. Oct 3d. mi To the Qulified Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht u will be hew in the TOWNSHIP OF ALLAS Stle of Michign ON TUESAY. NOVEMBER FOR THE PURPOSE UF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS, VIZ STATE Governor & Lieutennt Governor. Secretry of Stte. Attorney Generl. 2 Members of Slte Uurd of Eduction. 2 Members of Bord of tubenfc of llie University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Stte University Bord of Trustees. 1 Members uf Wyne Stte University Bord of Governors. CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Slte Sentor. Stte COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE. UN THE AN ALSO TO VOTE UN THE FOLLOWING NON PARTISAN OF FICERS. VIZ TWO JUSTICES UF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Twu RegulrTerniTw-o Now Tcrnte JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VuTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" Limiting use ul niutur luel U\ lunds Proposl B " Vietnm other veterns bonus lunds Proposl "C n Removl of Sles Tx on Food PreSCripUon drugs Proposl """ Stte Wide Trnsporttion System Bonds. PROPUSALA LIMITING USEOF MOTORFUELTAXFUN " "The proposed 1 constitutionl smendtnent i... t, r. 11 Prohibit the use o[ motor fuel lx lunds by lw enforcement gencies for highwy ptrol purposes, 2 Limit the use of motor fuel lx funds tor public trnsporttion lo Itth of Ihe mount received -Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted 1 U NO PROPOSALB VIETNAMANOTHER VETERANS BONUS BONS Tin- proposl ; 11 Authorize the stte to provide veterns of the VJeinm olher confjjcls who served between Jnury \. i98t Ihrough September with service bms, >2 Authorize ihe stte to borrow the sum oftf)5million dollrs for this purpose. 3i Authorize the stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor: 4< Provide for repyment frvm ihe generl fund. Should this proposl be pproved? (J NO PROPOSALC UEMOVAL OF SALESTAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTIO" RUGS li Remove the sles tx on food prescription drugs used for humn consumption except food prepred for immedite consumpbon lcoholic beverges, <2t Compenste units of government, other thn (he stle, for Ihe resulting loss of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue to such units by 1,5th. Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted? YES NO PROPOSAL STATEWIE SYSTEMSBONS The proposl : y 11 Authorize Ihe stle to borrow the sum of II billion dollrs to finnce ihe plnning, cquiring, constructing, equipping of vrious l. ir. wter trnsporttion systems, other thn operting mintennce expenses, >ii Authorize ihe stle lo issue generl obligtion bonds therefor, <3i Provide for repyment from Ihe generl fund. _ Should this proposl be pproved? O YES 0 NO ALSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE NoUce Reltive to Opening Closing of the [Polls ELECTION LAW. ACT 119, P.A f; SECTION t». On the^dy of ny election, the polls shll be owned t 7 oclock in the forenoon, shll be continuously open until S oclock in the fternoon no longer Every qulified elector-presnit in line t,the polls t the hour prescribed Tor the closing thereof shll be llowed lo vote. THE POLLS of sid election will be open t7oclock.nr will remin open until fl 6clock of sid dy of election- MRS. JOSEPHINE GOERGE Clerk of sid Township te!: Oct. 3. 1W4.., 1 To ilw (justified Klecjiirs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht.. will be held in the TOWNSHIP uk IttWlTT Slte of Michign UN TUESAY. NOVEMBERS, 1974 FUR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING UFFICERS. VI& STATE Gwwflr 4 Lieutennt Governor. Secretry of Slte. Attorney Generl. I Members of Stte Bord uf Eduction, 2 Members of Bord of Regents of ihe University of Michign, Members of Michign Slte University Bord of Trustees. - Members of Wyne stte Unlverslly Bord of Governors. CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Slte Sentor. Stte- t COUNTY CoUiXy Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY RE UN THE " AN ALSO TO VuTE ON THE FOLLOWING NuN PARTISAN OF FICERS. VIZ TWu JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES >..lf (IfE uf APPEALS Tw... RegulurTermsTwuNewTenils JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES uf THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VUTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PRuPuSALS Pioposl "A" Limiting use ul motor luel lx luiids Proposl B " Vietnm tul ulher v elerns t.>wus lunds Pioposl "C r Removl of Sles Tx oil Food Ptescripdoii drugs Pujptbl " Stle Wide Trnsporttion Sstein Bulids PKUPOSALA LIMITING ISEUF MofuRFUELTAXFUN The proposed- constitutionl mendment Vould 1 Piulilbit the Use «f imitur iuej l* lunds <y lw enforcement gencies lor high -vy luliol purposes, «.< Limit he use o) motor iuel l\ lund* 1 l»r public Ir importtion (0,1 Ujth of tilt" muuut received * Should this cjustjlutjutiu) umejjdmw)! be dopted, 1-1 \ES j l Nu PROPOSALB VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANS BONV!:; BONS llie lli>]»isu1 nolltit 11.Authoriie lliei>l«te ty proi IdeVeterns «!llie Vietnm olhefccoulhcb who served between Jnui^ I luljl through Seutembiir i. 1JTJ with service Ijutius»i Authorize Ihe stte to boi row- the L-.U111 it JU3 inilhoii d>j)lui» for Ibis uurp-jbe ~ji Autiiorue the s,tle (o issue generl obligtion hunds therein,»4«pitjvjdc fill lepyriielit Irtim Ihe generl mild should (his propii>i be pnn.aed t I YES I 1 NO PROPOSAL-:, Ht.U.VALOFSAUiSTAX -,:,,.,08 FUUIlAftU....!, PRtSLRIPl ION RUGS Ihe proposed..iistitutiijiil mend men I! I Hfllitn f J tie suies tx il food rid prescription drugs used lur humn consumption except luud prepred lor (mmtdic cons tin ip iivti lcoholic Leverges, ^1 Compenste units of gtw*eruinent. Aher (hn (fit? stff, (or Hit- resulting loss»l revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue to wch units bi i.ith. Siiuuld this. unslituliutil lln-ndinent be ydopti-d" 1-^ES " )j NO PROPOSAL STATE-WIE SYSTEMS BUNS The pi iii in sl wmild i Authorize thi stte lo burrow the sum of 1 1 billion dollrs to finnce Iho plnning, ucuuirlng. constructing, equipping ul vrious l. ir. wter trnsporttion systems, other ihn operting mintennce ex- penses. t«t ii Authorize the stle lo issue generl obligtion bends, llierefor. *3t Provide lor repyment from the generl fund Should Ihis proposl he pproved,? lives u Nl - ALSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OH PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY RE SUBMITTE Nwtice Htltiif to Opening Closing >J(. Ihe Polls ELECTION UW. ACT 116. P A 1954 SECTION ~& On the dy; ol ny «Iec lion, ihe polls shll be opened l 7 oclock m the forenoon, shll be conlinuously (jpei) until H oefock in (he Jtehtoun no longer Every qulified elector present in line ut Ihe Polls t the hour prescribed For (he closing thereof shll be llowed to vole THE POLLS of sdid election will be open t 7 oclock m will remin open until H oclock uf sid dy ol election. ONNASYVERSON ClerkofsidTownship ted: Oct. 30. IS"* Gener) Election To Ihe tliilifiod Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht Gener] Election will W held in ihe TOWNSHIP OP buplaln Stte of Michign ON TUESAY.NUVEMBER5.t974 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFTICEHS. VIZ STATE Governor A Lieutennt Governor. Secretry of Stte. Attorney Generl, i Members /if Stte Bord of Eduction. 1 Members of Bord "of Regents of the University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Stte University Bord of Trustees. 2 Members of Wyne Stte University Bord <if Governors. * CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Stle Sentor. Slte COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLUWING NONPARTISAN OF FICERS. VIZ: TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Two Regulr Terms-TWo New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT jubw*"- - "JTR" - AN ALSO TO VoTE UN THE FULLUWING STATE PROPOSALS: Proposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel lx lunds Proposl "*B" Vietnm other veterns bonus lunds. Proposl C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs. Proposl "" Stte-Wide Trnsporttion system Bonds " PRUPOSALA LIMITING USEOF i MOTOR FUELTAX FUN»n Prohibit the use of motor fuel tx funds by lw enforcement gencies tor highwy ptrol purposes: i >i» Lnnii the use of inomr iuel lx funos > lor public trnsporttion to 1/lHth of the nlounl received should this constltuliunl mendment be dopted:... UINO PRUPOSALB VIETNAMANOTHER VETERANS BUNUS BUNS lie lil ill nihil! : 11 Auihorlie Hie stte to provide veterns of Hie Vietnm other conflicts who ihrved between Jnury i. i9bl hrough sepuiniber i. 1»V3 with service bonus, lit Authorize llie stte lotburrow Ihe sum 12i)b million dollrs (or Ihis purpuse. rtd "l* AulhoVize the stte 10 issue generl obligtion hunds ihercfor. im Provide for repyment from ihe generl iund Mmuld Ihis pixtposl be pproved U ^ES U N o PROPOSALC REMOVALUFSALESTAX i.infuuljanu PRESCRIFITUN RUGS The mvposed t onslilutmnl mendment y.iuld <n id-move Ihe sles lx on tuud nrescription drugs used ior humn lolisumptioti except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges. Compenste unils uf guvernmenl. oilier Ihn the slte, tor Ihe resulting loss of revenue by incresing euch present llocuon «T sles tx revenue in such units by l 5lh. simuld Ihis tunslilutionl mendment be iidopttd" -_, J YES Ijl NO PROPOSAL STATEWIE THANSRIRTATIUN SYSTEMS; BUNUS llir ]i)-upuv»l»11 Authorize Ihe stte to borrow the sum f 1 1 billion dcjlrs 10 finnce tlie iiltuiing- couiring constructing, equipping ul vrious l. ir..ijler iriipurltlon osteins, other ihn uperhng mintennce t*- penses. ^2 Authorize (he stle to issue generl ibligh&) blds iberefor i:j< Provide lur lepymenl Irom (he generl tund siiuujd ih>s proposl be pproved»,,.uyes it... u. N< ->.,. W^O ANA AITIONAL AMEN MLNTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE Notice Heltive to Opening Closing of Ihe V.,\\s. ELECTION UW. ACT llti. P.A. 1»54 SECtlON Tffll. On Ihe dy of ny election. Ihe polls shll be opened t 7 "clock in the lorenoon. shll be continuously upen UilUI B oclock tn Ihe iiemoori no longer Every nulified v.lec(or present in line t the polls t ihe hour prescribed for (he closing thereof shll tie llowed to tote THE POLLS of sid election will be open t T oclock m will remin open until K "cloek ut sid dy of election KELLEYE. CARTER Clerk of sid Township ted Oct To the uulified Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht Generl Eltcbon wi]j ije fi e (j m ihf TOWNSHIP OF EAGLE Stte of Michign ON I UESAY.NOVEMBERS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ STATE Governor 4. Lieutennt Governor- Secretry of Stte, Attorney Generl. 2 Me»)bcis of suite* Bord of Eduction. ; Members of Bord of Regents of the University of Michign, i Members of Michign Stle University Bord of "Trustees. 2 Members ol Wyne stle- Unlverslly Bord of Governors. CONGRESSIONAL in Cungrcss LEGISLATIVE Stte Sentor. Stte COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL UF- FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE, FULLUWING NON PARTISAN of*. ITCERS. VIZ TWO JUSTICES UF THE SUPREME JUUGES OF THE CUURT UF APPEALS Tw.. RcgulrTermsTwo New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES UF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FULLUWING STATE PROPOSALS Proposl ""A" Limiting use of motor fuel lx funds Proposl "B" Vietnm other veterns bonus lunds.. Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs ji Proposl "" Stle-Wide Trnsporttion system tlonds PROPUSALA 1 LIMITING USEOF ^ MOTOR FtfEL TAX FUN. 111 Prohibit the use of motor fuel lx funds by lw enforcement gencies for highwy ptrol purposes: «<2i Limit the use of motor fuel tx funds tor public trnsporttion to tlbth of ihe mount recelved. Should ihis constltutlbnl mendment be dopted?. L]NO PROPOSAL B" VIETNAMANOTHER VETERANSBONUS BONS Thr prmwttl WOBM: I) Authorize the stte to provide veterns of the Vietnm other cdmfllcis who served between Jnury l, m\ throuihstptembtr L 1973 with service bonus: <i M million dollrs tor Ihis purpose: W Authorize the slte to is^ue generl obligtion bunds tlierefor. 4i Provide for repyment from (he tienerf fund Should this proposl be pproved* J YES 0 «o PROPOSALC REMUVALUF SALESTAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS The* proposed constitutionl mendment Hi Remove ihe sles tx on food prescription drugs Used lor humn consumption except food prepred fur immedite consumption lcoholic, beverges, und t^i compenste units uf governmetil. uiher ihn the stle, for Ihe resulting loss of revenue by incresing ech present llocbon of sles lx revenue tu such unils by L 5th should this constitutionl mendment be dopted 1 1 I YES U NU PROPOSALb STATE WIE SYSTEMS BUNS The nroihisrtl : H j J.tulbirize ibe stle (w bunw ihe sum of 11 billion dollrs to finnce tlie plnning, cquiring- constructing, eyulpping of vrious l, ir: wter trnsporttion systems, uthcr lhii operting mintennce ex> pm&es. <-l* Authorize the slte to issue generl ubtjgtioii bonds Ihercfor. V Viovide for repyment from (he generl fund Should his pioposl be pproved? U \ES LJI NO ALSO ^NY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS UR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE -Volice Reltive (o Opening Closing irf he Pulls ELECTION LAW. ACT 116. PA l«54 SECTION* TZH On (he dy of ny election, the polls shll be opened t 7 oclock in the lorenoon. shll be continuouslyiipen until n oclock in (he urternoon no longer Every qulified elector present in line t the polls t ihe hour p-scribed ior the closing thereof shll be llowed o-vote, THE POLLSoi sid election will be open f r«glock.m «ik remin open until K o clock of sid dy of ejection. ALICE SULLIVAN Clerk of sid Township ted Uct. JO, 1474 "Li Ihe (Qulified Electors \UTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht icnerl Election will be held in Ihe TOWNSHIP OF ESSEX Stte of Michign UN TUESAY. NOVEMBER S. fm74 FUR THE PURPOSE UF ELECTING THE MLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ 1.STATE Governor & Lieutennt Governor. SeerClry uf Stte. Attorney Generl. 2 Members of Stte Bord of Eduction. l Members of Bord ijf.regenls of The University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Stte University Bord uf Trustees, 2 Members of Wyne Stte University Bord of Governors CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Slte Sentor. Stte H COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF^ FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE h AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NONPARTISAN UF PICERS, VIZ TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES UF THE UF APPEALS Two Regulr Terms-Two New Terms JUGES UF THE CIRCUIT " JUGES OF THE IStRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE BILLOWING STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" Linwting use of motor Joe) lx funds Proposl B " Vietnm other veterns i onus lunds Pioposl C" Removl»f Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs iropce! """ Slte-Wide Trnsporttion System Bonds PROPUSALA LIMITING USEOF MOTORFUELTAXFUN 11 Prohibit Ihe use of motor luel (x funds by lw enforcement ugencies for highwy plror purposes, «2i Limit ihe use of motor fuel lx funds (or public (rnspor((ion to I/Igth of Hie mount received should (his constitutionl mendment be dopted" U VES I NU PROPOSALB VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANSBONUS BUNS Till ItlOIHiSl : 11 Authorize (he stle tu provide veterns of (he Vietnm other comflicts who.served between Jnury l. IJSi through September with Nervice bonus, 2. Authorize the stte to borrow Ihe sum of ins million dollrs for this purpose. 3i Authorize the stle to Issue generl obligtion bonds therefor,»4i Provide fw repyment from ihe generl fund should this proposl be pproved* 1 J YES I 1 NU IHOPSALU KEMuVALliF SALESTAX ON FOOAN PHESCRtPTIONHUGS The proposed (constllutlonl mendment WiHltd )> Remove the sles lx on food prescription drugs used Ior humn consumption except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges; " <2< Oiihpcnsle units of government. olher ihn the Mte, for Ihe resulting loss if revenue by incresing ech "present lloction of sles tx revenue lo such units by i sth Should ihis constitutionl mendment be iidopled?! I YES 1 1 No PROPOSAL STATEWIE \ SYSTEMS BONS rontlnub ON PAGE ISA

13 October 30,1974 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN Notices For 13A * i CONTINUE FROM PAGE 12A rhr IHIipOHl»l Authorize ihe stole to borrow the sum of 11 billion dollrs to finnce the Plnning, cquiring, constructing, equipping i> ^riou» l. ir. - Wter trrfeportotion systems, other (tun operting mintennce expenses _ *2" Authorize the stle lu issue generl obligtion bonds Iherefor >3i Provide for repyment from the Kenerl turtd -Should this proposl be pproved «VfcS I I Nl) 1 \UO,\ti\ AITIONAL AMEN- * MEN PS UK PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY UK.SUBMITTE Notice Reltive fo opening «. losing of he l.41s ELECTlUNLAYV.ACTUe.P A 1954, SECTION m On the d> of ny elechon. the polls shll be opened t 7 oclock 1 in ibe forenoon, shll be continuously pen uiiul K n cloth in the fternoon no linger Every qulified elector present ind in line t the pulls t the hour prescribed for the dosing thereof shll be llowed lovoie i THE POLLS of sid election wilt be open -it T u clock u m will remin open until H ii duck nl sid dy of election VERNEUPTON Clerk of sid Township ted Oct " Ihe tjulified Elector MiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht utierl Elecbon win be held in the TOWNSHIP OF GREENBUSH.Stle of Michign ON TUESAY NOVEMBERS FOR THE PL r KPUSE UF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS VIZ stat E G»A ernor & Lieutennt Governor, secretry of-slte. Attorney Generl. 2 Members of Stte Burd uf Eduction. z Member* of Bord of Regents of the University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Slte University Bord of "1 rustees l Members of Wyne Stte University Bord of Governors CONGRESSIONAL In LEGISLATIVE Stle Sentor. Stte i OUNT^ County Commissioner AN \LSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICEKS THAT MAY BE UN THE -I VN ALSO TO VOTE UN THE HjLLOVVING NUN PAKT1SAN UF FICERS VIZ " Two JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE UF APPEALS Two Regulr Terms Two New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT COLHT \N ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PHUPOSALS Proposl "A Limiting use of motor fuel ix lunds Proposls VieUirootherveterns bonus funds Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Fiiod prescription drugs Proposl Stte Wide Trnsporttion system Bonds PROPOSALA LIMITING USEoF MOTOR FUELTAX FUN WlAlld t. Prohibit the use of motor fuel tx funds by lw enforcement gencies for highwy ptrol purposes, 2i Limit the use of motor fuel tx funds itr public trnsporttion to IlBth of the mount received Should this constitutionl mendment be.jdopted".>. U NO PROPOSALS.IETNAM AN OTHER VETERANS bonus"bons IV proriosl 1»11 Authorize the stte to provide veterns of the Vietnm othe&comf llcts who served between Jnury I ihrough September with service bonus H Authorize the stte to borrow the sum of i05 million dollrs for this purpose. >J* Authorize (he stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor Hi Provide for repyment from the entt.il iund should this proposl be pproved? - U ES U N PRUPOSALC ItEMOVALOFSALESTAX UN FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS "<uld i\> Remove the sles tx on food * prescription drugs used for humn lonsumptoon except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges c-compenste units of government, other thn ihe stte, for lite resulting loss of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue iu such units by I 5th Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted" 1 U NO PROPOSAL U STATE WIE SYSTEMS BONS rhi iiiopokl > I«Authorize the stte to borrow (he sum of 11 billion dollrs to finnce the plnning, cquiring, constructing, equipping of vrious l." ir. wter trnsporttion systems, other thn operting mintennce ex-, penses 4 N;»I Authorize the stte to Issue.generl ibligtlon bonds therefor.- nji Provide for repyment from the nener) fund should this proposl be pproved? - U\ES U No TOWNSHIP PROPOSAL shll the ste of spirits in ddition to beer wine be permitted on Ihe premises of the Twin Oks Golf Course In Greerfwb Township, under the provisions of the lw governing Ihe sme* UYES MSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY UK.SUBMITTE Notice Reltive to Opening Closing of ihe Polls KLEtTWHLAW.ACTUt.PA JIM SECTION 730 On trie dy of «ny elec- > on. the polls shll be opened t 7 oclock in the forenoon, shll beconbfiuowjy open untilfloclock in the fternoon no longer Every qulified electer preent.ind In line tt the potts t the hettr Prescribed (or ib cloilr* thereof shll be llowed to vote THE POLLS of Mid election will beopeti 7»clwk.m willremlnopenuntil h oclock ut sid dy of election ONALEEMANEVAL Clerk of skl Township ted Oct». \m To the Qulified Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GlvliN. Tht will be held in Ihe TOWNSHIP OF LEBANON Slte of Michign ON TUESAY. NOVEMBERS. 1W4 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ. STATE Governor 4 Lieutennt Governor. Secretry uf stte. Attorney Generl. 2 Members uf Stle Bord of Eduction. 2 Members of Bord of Regents of the University of Michign. 2 Members of " Micfygn Slte University Bord of Trustees. % Members of Wyne Stte University Bord of Governors CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Slte Sentor. Stt* COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICEKS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NONPARTISAN OF FICEKS. VIZ TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPKEME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS TwoKegulrTerms-TwuNcwTerms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO 10 VOTE UN THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" LimiUng use of motor fuel tx funds Proposl "B" Vietnm other veterns benus funds Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs _ Proposl " slte-wide Trnsporttion System Bonds PROPOSALA LIMITING USE OF MUTOR FUELTAX FUN I» Prohibit the use of motor fuel tx funds by lw enforcement gencies fur highwy ptrol purposes ilk Limit the use of motor fuel tx tunds lor public trnsporttion to i/lbth of the mount received Should this corsbtutionl mendment be dopted" li I YES ill NO PROPOSAL B VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANS BONUS BONS The proposl Would- >! Authorize the stte to provide veterns of the Vietnm other comflicts who served between Jnury i through September I with service bonus 2i Authorize the btte to borrow the sum of 205 million dollrs for this purpose Ji Authorize the stle to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor 4i Provide for repyment from the generl fund Should this proposl be pproved" IJ1ES U NO PHUPOSALC, HEMOVALUFSALESTAX ONFUUAN PRESCR1PTIUN RUGS ti Remove the sles tx on food prescription drugs used tor humn i onsumptfon except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges, 2 Compenste units of government other thn the stte, for the resulting toss of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue to such units by LSth Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted 1 ONES ONO PROPOSAL STATE WIE SYSTEMS BONS The proposl ; J > Authorize Ihe slte to borrow the sum of 11 billion dollrs to finnce the plnning, cquiring, constructing, 1 equipping of vrious l. ir. wter trnsporttion systems, other thn operting mintennce expenses, 2i Authorize the stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor: >3» Provide for repyment from the generl fund Should this proposl be pproved" dyes U NO ALSO "ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE "Notice Reltive to Opening Closing of the Polls ELECTION LAW. ACT 116. PA 1954 SECTION 720 On the dy of ny election, the polls shll be opened t 7 o"clock in the forenoon, shll be continuously <*ien until 8 oclock in Ihe fternoon no longer Every qulified elector present in line t the polls t the,, hour prwcrlbtd for ihe closing thereof shll be llowed lo vote THE POLLSot «id election will be open t7o~clock.m nndwitlremmopenunut R oclock of skj dy of election PAULE.GRAFT.JR Clerk of sid Township ON - TUESAY. NOVEMBER 5,1974 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS, VIZ STATE Governor & Lieutennt Governor. Secretry of Stte. Attorney Generl, 2 Members of Stte Bord of Eduction. t Members of Bord.of Regents of the University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Stte University Bord of Tmslees 2 Member* ot Wyne Slte University Bord of Governors ^CONGRESSIONAL In LEGISLATIVE Stte Sentor. Slte COUNTY Cotmfj- Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE RALLOT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE touluwttlg NONPARTISAN OF FICERS. VI2 f TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Iwo RegulrTermb Two New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON ThE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS. Proposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel tx funds Proposl, B" Vietnm other veterns bonus tunds Proposl C" Removl of Sles Tx on r-ood PrescnpUon drugs Proposl " Stte Wide Trnsporttion system Bonds PROPOSALA LIMITING USE OF MOTuH FUELTAXFUN U Prohibit the use of motor fuel tx funds by lw enforcement gencies for highwy ptrol purposes, 2 limit the use uf motor fuel tx funds for public trnsporttion to nlblh of the mount received Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted U NO PROPOSALB VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANS BONUS BONS The proposl uuuld 11 Authorize the stte to provide v eterns if the Vietnm other conflicts who served between Jnury i through September with service bonus >2* Authorize the Stte to borrow the sum of J05 million dollrs lor this purpose fji Authorize Ihe stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor, «4i provide for repyment from the generl fund should this proposl be pproved* UYES U Nu PROPOSALC REMOVAL OF SALES TAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS <Aiiuld > 11 Remove the sles tx on food prescripuon drugs used lor humn consumpbon except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges.ii Compenste units of government nther thn (he stte, for the resulting loss of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue lomich units by t 5th Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted" U\ES Q NO PROPOSAL STATE-WIE SYSTEMS BONS The pionovl, li Authorize the stte to burrow the sum of 11 billion dollrs lo finnce the plnning, cquiring, constructing, equipping of vrious l. ir. wter trnsporttion systems, other thn operting mintennce ex penses 2< Authorize the stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor >3i Provide for repyment from Ihe generl fund Should this proposl be pproved UYES yno ALSO ANY AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY l!e SUBMITTE Notice Reltive to Opening Closing of Ihe Pi-lb ELECTION LAW. ACT U6. PA 1854 SECTION 720 On the dy or ny election, the polls shll be opened t 7 oclock m Ihe forenoon shll be continuously openunlil So clock in the fternoon no longer Every qulified elector present und in line t the polls t the hour prescribed Tor the closing thereof shll be.illowcd to vote THE POLLS of sid election will be open ttoclockjn will remin open unul» wclock of sid dy of election AGATHA LYON Clerk of sid Township ted. Oct ruled Oct. 30. tm Gener) Election To the yullfled Electors: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Ttm will be held In the TOWNSHIP OF OLIVE SUtteofMJcfttoft * To Ihe Qulified Elector* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht will be held in the TOWNSHIP OF RILEY Sul«of Michign ON TUESAY.NOVEM0ER FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ STATE Governor & Lieutennt Governor. Secretory of Stole. Atlomey Generl, 2 Members of Stte Bord of Eduction. 2 Members of Bord of Regents of Ihe Universlly ot MJcWgtn. t Members of Michign Stte University Bord of Trustees. 2 Members of Wyne Stle Untverrily tttf of Governors. CONGRESSIONAL in LEGISLATIVE Stle Sentor. Slte COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF^ PICEHS THAT MAY BE ON TilE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NONPARTISAN OF* FICERS. VIZ^ TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Two Regulr Terms-Two New Tcnris JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JOGKS OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FiiLUQtotm STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" Limiting Use of motor fuel rx funds Proposl "B" Vietnm und other veterns bonus funds Proposl C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs Proposl -" Slte-Wide Trnsporttion System Bonds PROPOSALA LIMITING USEOF MOTORFUELTAXFUN m Prohibit the useof motor fuel tx funds by lw enforcement gencies for high-" wy ptrdtpurposes, 2i Limit thefuse of motor fuel lx funds Tor publil trnsporttion to l/l&th of the muunt received Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted NO PROPOSALB VIETNAM AN OTHER VE1ERANS BONUS BUNS The pnipu^l wuuld it) Authorize the stte to provide veterns uf the Vietnm other tomfucts who served between Jnury l, 1961 through September i 1973 with service bonus r2i Authorize the stte to borrow the sum. uf JUS million dollrs for this purpose 3 Authorize the stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor 4i Provide for rcpjmenl from the 8 generl fund Should this proposl be pproved U\ES U "O PROPOSALC REMOVAL OF SALESTAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS Ihe proposed constitutionl mendment uould H> ilemove the stes tx on Sood und prescription drugs used for humn consumption except food prepred for immedite lonsumpuon JIXJ lcoholic beverges, *2t Compenste units of government. laher thn the stte, for the resulling loss of revenue by Incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue to >ud> units bv l/5jh should this UmsUluttonl mendment be dopted" * L 1 YES U N0 PROPOSALU ^TATE WIE SYSTEMSBONS The proposl 11 Authorize ihe stte to borrow the sum of 11 btllwn dollrs lo finnce the plnning, cquiring, constructing, equipping uf vrious l. ir. «(er trnsporttion systems, other - thn operting mintennce ex penses. 2> Authorize the stte to Issue generl obligtion bonds therefor, i3" Provide for A-pyment from the generl fund Should this proposl be pproved? u NO - TOWNSHIP PROPOSAL * PROPOSITION LIQUORBYTHE GLASS J Shil the sle of spirits in ddition to beer wine be permitted for consumption on Ihe premises within the TOWNSHIP of RfLEY under provisions of the lw governing sme" U NO ALSO AN\ AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY HE SUBMITTE Notice Reltive to Opening Closing of the Polls t ELECTION LAW ACT 116. PA 1954 SECTION 720 on ihe dy of ny election, the polls shll be opened t 7 oclock injhe forenoon, shll be continuously open until K oclock In (he fternoon no longer Every qulified elector present In line t (he polls t the hour prescribed for the closing thereof shll be llowed to vote THE POLLS of sid election will be open t7oclock.m will remin open until A oclock uf sid dy 1 of election ted Oct jo To the Qulified Electors- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht will be held in the TOWNSHIP OF OVI Stole of Michign ON TUESAY.NOVEMBER5.1B74 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ: STATE Governor f> Lieutennt Governor, Secretry of Stte, Attorney Generl. 2 Members of Stole Bord of Eduction, 2 Members of Bord of Regents of the University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Suite University Bord of trustees. 2 Members of Wy» Stole University Bord of Governors. CONGRESSIONAL In C0!J fb» LEGISLATIVE Stte Sentor. SUte Repreierttotive COUNTY County CemmiBrlener AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NONPARTISAN OF FICEHS. VI2 TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Two HegtrTernu Two New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE IStRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" Limiting use of motor fuel ix lunds Proposl -B" Vietnm other veterns bonus funds Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs Proposl "" Stte-Wide Trnsporttion system Bonds PROPOSALA LIMITING USE OF MOTORFUELTAXFUN Ihe proposed constitutionl mendment >) J Prohlbtl the useof motor fuel tx fwnds by lw enforcement gencies lor highwy ptrol purposes, 2i Limit Ihe use of motor fuel tx funds for public trnsporttion to I/lBth of the mount received Should this conshtutiofij mendment M dopted* U VES J NU PROPOSALS VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANS BONUS BUNS The proposl H Authorize the stle to provtdevetcrns if Ihe Vietnm ulher conflicts who served between Jnury I. Ut6i through September with service bonus i z> Authorize the stte to borrow the sum >if J05 million dollrs for this purpose. 3* Authorize the slte to issue generl obligtion bunds therefor, 4 Provide for repyment from the generllund Should this proposl be upproved U Sl} PRUPOSALC REMOVAL UF SALES TAX UN FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS The proposed luitsutuiiont mendment «ould li KenioU the stes tx on food prescrfpbon drugs used for humn consumption except food prepred for immedite consumption lcoholic beverges <f Compenste units of government. nther thn the stte, lor the resulting loss of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue to such units by i-5lh should this cunsututtunl mendment be dopted 1 * c J YES i i NO PROPOSAL STATE WIE SYSTEMS BONS flic IllOpoSdl I \ulhorize the stte to borrow the sum if 11 billion dollrs to finnce the plnning, cquiring, construiting. equipping ot vrious l. ir. wter trnsporttion systems, ulher thn operung mintennce ex penses it Authorize the stle- to issue generl Obligtion bonds therefor, ii Provide fur repyment from Ihe generliund Should this proposl be pproved 1 LIVES I I NO VICTOR HOPP Clerk of sid Township ALSO AN-i AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE Notice Reltive lu opening Closing of the Polls ELECTION LAW ACT 116. PA 1054 SECTION 720 On the dy of ny elecnon the polls shll be opened t 7 oclock in the forenoon, shll be continuously «jpcn until H oclock in the fternoon no longer E\er> qulified elector present in line t the polls t Ihe hour prescribed fur the dosing thereof shll be llowed to vote THE POLLS of sid election will be open t7 oclock m. will remin open until ii clock of sid dy of election MRS. MARIE epon Clerk of sid Township ted- OcL 30. IS74 To the Qulified Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht will be held in the TOWNSHIP OF VICTOR Stte of Michign ON TUESAY. NOVEMBERS. I«4 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ STATE Governor L Lieutennt Governor. Secretry ot Stte. Attorney Generl, 2 Members of Slte Bord of Eduction. 2 Members of Bord Of Regents of Ihe University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Stte University Bord ot Trustees. 2 Members of Wyne Stte University Berd of Governors CONGRESSIONAL In LEGISLATIVE Slte Sentor. Stte COUNTY Counly Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING HON PARTISAN^ OF FICERS. Viz. 4 TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Two Regulr Tenttf-Two New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT " JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS.- Propol "A" Limiting use ot molr /ue) tx funds Proposl "" Vietnm other veterns bonus funds Proposl "c" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs. PrOpowJ & Stte-Wide TrrtfPortfltion System Bonds PROPOSALA LIMITING USE OF MOTORFUELTAXFUN Would 11 Prohibit the use of motor fuel tx funds by lw enforcement genclw for highwy ptrol purposes, iji Limit the use of motor fuel tx funds lor public trnsporttion to t/ltth of Ihe mount received, Should this constitutionl mendment be dopted* UYES O NO PROPOSALB VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANSBONUSBUNS The lironusl * i Authorize the stte lu provide veterns of the Vietnm other conflicts who served between Jnury l through September ) with service bonus, i;;i Authorize the stle to borrow the sum of 205 million dollrs for this purpose. <3i Authorize the stte to issue generl obligtion bonds thertfor. i4i Provide for repyment from Ihe generl und Should this urypttj be tproved" TIYES I 1 NU PROPOSALC ItEMOVALOFSALESTAX ON FOOAN PKESCWPTIUN RUGS fbe proposed constitutionl mendment ««ujd <U Remove Ihe sles lx on food prescription drugs used for humn c onsumpqon except food prepred for immedite consumpbon lcoholic beverges in Ginipedsie units of government, ither thn the stte, for Ihe resulting loss of revenue by incresing ech (/resent lloction of sles tx revenue to such unlls by 15th sliuuld this constitutionl mendment be touted* H\ES n NO PRoPUSALU STATE WIE SYSTEMS BONS 111! 1IHHHJS.1I HO J Id 111 Authorize the stte to borrow the sum ufii billion dollrs lo finnce the Plnning, cquiring constructing, equipping of vrious l, ir wter trnsporttion systems, other thn operbng mintennce ex penses l Authorize the stle to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor i3< Provide for repyment from the generl lund Mitjuld this proposl be pproved* n \ ES. 1 I NO ALSO AN\ AITIONAL AMEN. MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY HE SUBMITTE Notice Reltive to Opening closing of Ihe Polls ELECTION LAW ACTllG.PA 1954 SEOION 720 on the dy of ny elec (ion. the polls shll be opened t t u clock in the forenoon, shll be continuously open until 8 oclock in ihe fternoon no longer Every qulified elector present in line t the polls t ihe hour prescribed Tor the closing thereof shll be llowed io vote THE POLLS of sid election will be open iroclockm will remin open until oclock of sid dy of election MANLEYHUNT Clerk of sid Township ted Oct To Ibe yulihcd Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht will be held in the TOWNSHIP OFWATERTOWN StteofMichign ON TUESAY. NOVEMBER FUR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ- STATE Governor & Lieutennt Governor, secretry of Stle. Attorney Generl. 2 Members ef Stte Bord of Eduction. 2 Members of Bord of Regents of the University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign stte University Bord of Trustees. 2 Members or Wyne Stte University Bord of Governors CONGRESSIONAL In LEGISLATIVE Stte Sentor. Stte COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NON-PARTISAN OF FICERS. VIZ TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS 3 o Regulr TermsTwoNewTerms ES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS: Prppd»] "A" Limiting use of motor fuel tx funds Proposl "B" Vietnm other veterns benuf tni$. Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food Prescription drugs. Proposl "" Stte Wide Trnsporttion System Bonds. PROPOSAL A LIMITING USEOF MOTORFUELTAX FUN The proposed COMIJMIOMI mendment ; Hi Prohibit the useof motor fuel tx funds by l» enforcemwrt #enctee for highwy ptrol purposes, <2 limit thl use of motor fuel tx funds tcr pubtic tfflflsportuort (<, t/ith of the mount received should this constitutionl mendment be dopted? QYES v * CI No PROPOSALB VIETNAM ANOTHEK VETERANS BONUS BONS The proposl. i I * Authorize the stte to provide veternsuf the Vietnm olher, conflicts who served between Jnury i through September with service bonus, 2* Authorize ihe stle io borrow the sum of 205 million dollrs for this purpose. 3i Authorize the stte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor, 4i Provide tor repyment from the generl fund should this proposl he pproved" i J YES h i NO PROPOSALC ItEMOVALOFSALESTAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS 1 Remove the sles lx on food prescription drugs used for humn consumption except food prepred lor immedite consumption lcoholic beverges 2s Compenste unils of government»ther thn ihe slte for the resulting lues of revenue by incresing ech present lloction of sles tx revenue to huch units by i/5th Should this constitutionl mendmenl be dopted i YES NO PROPOSAL STATE WIE SYSTEMSBUNS Tin- pioposl uould. 11 Authorize the stole to borrow the sum if 11 billion dollrs to finnce the plnning cquiring constructing -quipping of vrious l. ir.»ler trnsporttion systems, other thn operting mintennce ex penses 2i Authorize the stte to issue generl obligtion bonds iherefor. <i* Provide for repyment from Ihe Uenerl fund should this proposl be jppruved* YES NO - _ JOWNSHlP RUPOSAb _ Shll the sle of spirits in ddition to beer wine be permitted for consumption on the premises wflto Ihe TOWNSHIP OF WATERTOWN under provisions of the lw. joverning sme"" YES NO \LSO AN\. AITIONAL AMEN MENTS OR PROPOSITIONS THAT MAY BE SUBMITTE "Cilice Reltive lo Opening Closing of the Polls ELECTION LAW 4CTJIS.PA 1954 SECTION 720 On the dy of ny elec non the polls shll be opened t 7 oclock in the forenoon shll be continuously pen unbl H oclock In the fternoon no longer Every qulified elector present tn titie! ihe polls t the hour prescribed for ihe closing thereof shll be llowed io vote THE POLLS of sid election will be open t7oclockm will remin open until n..clock uf tid dy of election MRS MILRE F McONOUGH Clerk of sid Township ted Oct To ihe Qulified Electors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tht will be held In the TOWNSHIPOF WESTPHALIA Stle ofmtchign ON TUESAY NOVEMBERS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS. VIZ STATE Governor 4 Lieutennt Governor. Secretry of S>!te. Attorney Generl. 2 Members of Stte Bord of Eduction. 2 Members of Bord of Regents of the University of Michign. 2 Members of Michign Stte University Bord of Trustees. 2 Members of Wyne Slte University Bord of Governors CONGRESSIONAL In LEGISLATIVE Stte Sentor. Stte COUNTY County Commissioner AN ALSO ANY AITIONAL. OF FICERS THAT MAY BE ON THE AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING NONPARTISAN OF FICERS. VIZ TWO JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COVHT JUGES OF THE OF APPEALS Two RegulrTerms Two New Terms JUGES OF THE CIRCUIT JUGES OF THE ISTRICT AN ALSO TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS Proposl "A" Limtling uke of motor fuel tx funds Proposl "B" Vietnm other veterns bonus funds Proposl "C" Removl of Sles Tx on Food PrescripUon dnigs. Proposl "" Stte Wide Trnsporttion System Bonds. PROPOSALA LIMITING USEOF MOTOR FUELTAX FUN The proposed constltutlfml mendment. Ii Prohlblttheuseof molorfiwltxfunds by lw enforcement tjtncles (or highwy ptrol purposes: 2) Limit the use of motor tuel Ux funds for public trnsporttion to tfltth of the fcmount recetvrf. Sbcujd ibis constitutionl mendment be u tlop ted" YES I t NO PROPOSALB VIETNAM AN OTHER VETERANS BONUSBUNS Thr- proposl - <1> Authorize the slte to providevcterns of Ihe Vietnm olher conflicts who served between Jnury l. i96i through September t with service bonus 2i Authorize the stte to borrow the sum of HA million ujilrs for this purpose. <3i Authorize the slte to issue generl obligtion bonds therefor, 4i Provide lor repyment from the generl Iund Should this proposl be pproved CI YES N^ PRUPOSALC ItEMOVALOFSALESTAX ON FOO AN PRESCRIPTION RUGS wuuld t> Remove the sles lx on lood prescripuon drugs used lor humn consumption except lood prepred fer immedite consumption lcoholic heverges 2 Compenste units of government, ilher thn Ibe stle for the resuhing loss of revenue bv incresing ech present lloction of sles tx rev emie io such units by ) sib Should (his tonsil lull utul mendmenl be dopted O Us 1.1, NO PROPOSAL IJ STATEWIE SYSTEMSBONS tin- iiiuiiosl wuuld 11 Authorize ihe stte iu borrow the sum uf 1! billion ijuiuri, to (mnte the plnning cquiring constructing equipping of vrious l ir ittfter irnsporttlon ssstems tbec thn operting mintennce ex penses j» \tithonee he stte (y issui gener) obligtion bonds therefor 3t Provide lor repymrtil Irum the generl (und Should this proposl be pproved! I its u \o U.SO \M iuuitiowl \MESO MEMS OR PROPOSITIONS HI VI M\\ BE SUBMITTE Notice Ueltiv e lo ipenlng dd Closing ol ibe Polls ELECTION LAW -tttiie.pa 1934 SECTION" :i On Ihe dy of n\ elet Hon the polls shll be opened t 7 u clock in (he forenoon shll be continuously pen unbl K <> clock in ihe lternoon no longer Even quhlied elector present in line t ihe polls t (he hour prescribed lor Ihe dosing thereof shll be ilowed.io vole THE PuLLSuUld election will be-open,>l To clock m will rem Jin open until K oclock of sid dy uf election \V ALTER KEILEN Clerk of sid Township ted Oct 10. i9t4 VJhcblood unto others. Asyou W)uldhve them give unto Y3U Y3UTS. Get helth checkup. Find out the lump inyur throt is only emotion. One of the best»hmgs You - cn do to kcef> in good helth is to hve checkup The resons simple Cncer -If detected erlyenoughcn often be cured So even if your checkup does revel problem, youve probbly cught it erly enough to do something bout it Your checkup probbly wont revel nything serious Most people who hve checkups discover theyre in pretty good helth So hve checkup. Regulrly Find out youre in better shpe thn you think you re We wnt to wipe out cncer in your lifetime. Give to the Americn Cncer Society*

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15 f > October 30,1974 EWITT TOWNSHIP TREASURER Oliver SAngll (REP) Oliver S. Angell Wood ltd, is the incumbent, hving served the office of tresuree lor 2 yers He is 65, mrried life long resident of the re He hs served s ewitt Twp supervisor, clerk, is high school grdute, grdute of Ferris Jnshtute- He served s the secretry for the Gunnisonville School Bord from 1942 until 1954, is member of the Frm Bureu, the GunnisonvjUe l/m Church In his qulifictions, Angell sid he hd 20 yers experience in township government, is cost ccountnt with the proper eductionl bckground He sid, "I m running to serve ewitt Twp to the best of my bility to keep honesty integrity m government" Cidtes in ewitt Twp le S Emerson (Rgp) EWITT TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR le S Emerson, Chetwyn r, Lnsing, is the incumbent supervisor, hving held the office for 2 yers He is 29. mrried, the fther of 2 children Emerson, who hs lived in the re ll his life, ttended Michign.Stte University *here he mjored-in business finnce He lists his qulifictions s being life long resident, hving 2 yers, experience, college eduction In sttement, Emerson sid: "I dm running in order to continue the progrms begun during the iirst 2 jejrs These progrms include lower property txes, better rods, lower sewer rtes, honest government in uhich the people hve meningful voice " istrict governor to spek to Lions istrict Governor Ky ewttt, uill be guest speker t the dinner meeting of the Mple Vllev Lions Club in Mple iijpi&b on Mondy, No\ 4 This u ill be Ldies Night progrm FOLLOWING his ddress, UeW-itt will instll new members who re lounng the club. Clerks rce in Ovid (REP} Porter Mrtin OV1CJ TOWNSHIP CLERK Porter Mrtin 126 Elm St, Ovid is retired Irom the Osgood Funerl Home, is employed prt time t Nemnis Electric He is 72, mrried, the fther of 1 dughter grfther of 6 children Mrtin, who hs lived in the re for m jers, is high school grdute hs tken courses t Michign Stte University He is n ctive member in the United Church, former member of the Lions Club the Rotry Club (EM) Gry Kurfc Gjr> Kurk, 220 S Mm. iivid, is J2yer-old life long resident of the re He is self employed, mrried the lther of 1 child Kurk is n Ovid High School grdute, hs ttended Michign Stte University In sttement, Kurk sid "As citizen ot Ovid Township, ifeeh hve the bihf) Jo hle the job of township clerk I m willing to spend s much time s necessry to represent the people of dvid (EM) Ted Powelf Ted Powell, 100 Britny r, Lnsing, is self employed rel estte developer He is 42, mrried, the fther of 3 children. Hving lived in the re for 14 yers, Powell served s township trustee for 8 yers, jnd -twice served s interim township supervisor He received BA in Economics from the University of Michign In 1954, is member of the Lnsing Home Builders Assoc, on the Greter Lnsing Bord of Reltors, member of the Michign Mobile Home Assoc, the ewitt Bi-Centennil Commission Powell lists his qulifictions s hving yers experience in township government, 20 \ers experience in business Powell sid he feels he hs the experience which enble him io hle the job Runs for Victor trustee niel T Morris, 6205 Round Lke Rd, Lingsburg, is em ploved with the Morot Wheel Corp He is 46, mrried the lther uf 1 child Morris, resident of. the re tor 46 yers, is grdute of Lnsingsburg High School, Lnsing Community College, hs spent 2 >ers in the US Nw He hs served with the Lingsburg Ambulnce service for 5 yers, the president of the Motor Wheel Benefit Assoc for A yers CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN EWITT TOWNSHIP. TRUSTEE Kenneth F Geisenhver (REP) Kenneth F\ Geisenhver, Herbison Rd, is frmer lifelong resident of the re. He is 53, mrried the fther of 3 children, Geisenhver is high school grdute, hs served on the Clinton County Frm Bureu Bord of irectors, is school bord member of the Bth Schools, He is member of Christ Luthern Church In ^-sttement, Geisenhver sid Hi elected, I will serve the township to the best of my bility.". VICTOR TOWNSHIP TREASURER Vern Fosnight (EM) Ver E Fosnight, M54 HOlhster Rd, Lingsburg is employed with Centrifuse, Inc. He is 44, mrried the fther of 3 children Fosnight received n ssocite degree in business from Lnsing Community College He hs lived in the re for 2 ^ >ers In sttement he sid, "I m running for the office becuse I m interested in prticipting in our locl government with the expecttion tht wht I my contribute will be of vlue to our community " Jen Morrill (REP) Jen Morrill, U307 S Upton Rd, Lingsburg, is the incumbent tresurer, hving served-for 3 yers fter being ppointed by the township bord to fill vcncy in Sept of 1971 She is 52, mrried the mother of i children She is high school grdute, hs lived in the re for 49 yers Mrs Morrill is member of the Victor Frm Bureu, the Reed Cemetery Assoc, the First Congregtionl Church of Lingsburg In sttement, Mrs Morrill sid she is interested in running becuse "I m interested in locl government." Cidtes in Wtertown Twp WATERTOWN TOWNSHIP CLERK J Eline Amos (EM) J Eline Amos, 14090Frncis Rd, Rt 4, Lnsing, is 38, mrried the mother of 2 children Mrs Amos is the pst president present secretry - tresurer of the Township Prk Bord, Girl Scout leder, pst vice president of PTA for 2 yers, member of the Citizens Committee for Gr Ledge Schools, resident of Wtertown Twp for 9 yers Mrs Amos lists her experience s being bookkeeper, pyroll ccountnt, bookkeeper - secretry in jobs she hs held, secretry of the Clinton County emocrtic Convention in 1974, delegte to the Clinton County Stte emocrtic Conventions in 1972 In sttement, Mrs Amos sid, "Good government requires, the involvement of more thn one politicl prty, input from informed citizens" * (REP) Mildred F Mconough Mildred F Mconough, 8588 Cornson Rd, is the incumbent clerk, hsheld the office for 8 yers She is 58, mrried, the mother of J children, hs lived in the re for 38 yers She held the office of deputy clerk for 3 jers Mrs Mc onough is high school grdute., hs tken KURTS APPLIANCE SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE WHITE ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINES business courses t Lnsing Community College, Michign Stte University, She is member of the Order of Estern Str, Wcoust United Community Methodist Church, enise Business Sorority, the Clinton County Township Officers Assoc, Mrs Mconough hs listed her qulifictions s hving worked in lw office for 10 yers- hs been given the duties of being in chrge of elections keeping the lownship books in her job s clerk In sttement, she sid "I m very interested in retining "grss* roots" government hve lwys hd sincere interest of Wtertown Twp t hert" WATERTOWN TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (REPl Wm Vughn Montgomery Wm Vughn Montgomery, Grove Kd, is the incumbent, serving the office since 1973 when he ws ppointed to fill vcncy He Is 50, mrried, the fther of 3 children Montgomery hs lived in the re for ^8 yers, is selfemployed frmer He is high.school grdute, hs served s chirmn of the Plnning Commission in Wtertown Twp He is member of the Frm Bureu, elt Mills Methodist Church, the Wcoust Msonic Lodge He hs served on the school bord for 9 jers, H yers on the Plnning Com mission In sttement Montgomery sid he ws running "To help continue the sme high qulity township government." Michign Needs HOLBROOK on the Court Of Appels K A Trusted, Respected hptriencml Circuit Juthje onow I. Hobrook, Jr. 3R ISTRICT Non Prtisn Bllot Pd Pol Ad REHMANNS of St Johns The Store of Lrge Selections 15A Feturing Ntionlly Known Brs MOST COMPLETE LINE OF BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS SHOES AGES 4 to 20 SLACKS JEANS SLIMS REG SHIRTS JgM UP *2 95UP JACKETS 1 59W UP SHOES J Q95 UP WE HA VE....SOX - UNERWEAR SWEA TERS - JEANS TENNIS SHOES-SPORT COATS ETC. REHMANNS CLOTHING fviwisfflngs - SHOES for A LA ST. JOHNS rv Est Olive students Ifrom left] Jessic Prks, 10: ebbie Lrge, 10: Angle Mgsig. 8; Jonn egner. G; Richrd Crmer. 7: ougsleep.il: Ricky Stuffcr, 9: Robert Burford, 11: Angel Chtuntl, 9. Tim Lowe, 10; Pt Mgsig, 10; Scott Rol. 10. disply prizes to be wrded t the nnul crnivl. Est Olive school stges crnivl On ivov i, Es>t Olive Elementry-Schools > m W U i>e trnsformed from plce lor bjsket blls gym bhoes to plce lor lun. gmes prizes uith the schools 7th nnul VOTE JEANETTE MEHNEY Write in cidte for BINGHAM TOWNSHIP CLERK "Your Support is Apprecited" p POI Adv COMPLETE BOY WORK AN GLASS REPLACEMENT BOBS AUTO BOY, INC* 800 N. Lnsing Phone INSURANCE FOR EVERY NEE!. HOME FARM BUSINESS AUTO ^Americ LANTERMAN INSURANCE t mtmbt " Group 200 W Stito.St John* PHONE 2?& 7614 BRUCE LANTERMAN crnivl The PTO-sponsored crnivl «ill begin t 5 pm lst until u pm Food uill be specil leture with only i items costing more thn 10c Sloppy joes w ill go ior 20c, hot dogs will ite 2 ior ioe. pieces of home mde pie will cost 20c The prents in the PTO picked pples re hving them mde into pple cider especilly for the event A country store, feturing home mde items, bked goods, crfts cy, cke wlk, numerous gomes, door prize-, uill ddu«ihe ex < itemttit of the crnivl Theie v, ill lso be rffle, the Iirst priie being side of beef, the second pme blck u bite portble TV. Ihe third prize in speed bicycle The proceeds go into the school fund for Est Olive olive Center to purchse needed equipment A portion is utomticlly set side for the purpose of building up the school librry VOTERS: A WOR WITH YOU PLEASE Not ll cidtes re included in this election Issue of the Clinton County News. Published this week re those cidtes who provided the necessry informtion to the County News. Plese check your locl bllot crefully *»fore voting. % IMCIOMB ICtt CniiU«******* -A K.dSi vitultt ttt&>h AS LOW AS s (*) F IMNNIIM SI WHO» *««*». < Se.e the Fine Selection of WHITE SEWING MACHINES NOW ON ISPLAY "ASK ABOUT OUR LAY AWAY PLAN" KURTS OWNTOWN V ST. JOHNS PH APPLIANCE CENTER Model WWA703OP KURTS APPLIANCE CENTER OWNTOWN ST. JOHNS PHONE FOUR WASH CYCLES! 1, PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE with cold-wter cooldownl 2. NORMAL CYCLE with Extr Wsh Selection! 3.ACTIVATEO SOAK CYCLE cuts dbwn wsher wtching! 4.EUCATE CYCLE for specilcre grments! PLUS- 3 wsh 2 rinse temperture combintions 1 2 wsh 2 spin speeds GE Filter-Flo-System filters wsh wter continuously trps lint in non-clogging up*top filter try! GOOSERVlce Anoihtr itsnn whygbis Ameli) s */ mtldi pplince vikt Where Service Is Assured" iw»irtwmyi*l«tft tm&»

16 16A HOW CAN EGANS FOR PRICEEM SO LOW? EGAN FOR SALES, Inc ST. JOHNS ZOW.HIjhnun Phone CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN Clr Weber Mryne Smith of Westphli, Mrs Josett Linn of Pewmo, Mrs Elenor Klein of Pewmo, Sister Theres of etroit; 44 grchildren, 24 gret grchildren, 1 brother, George Schfer of Fowler, l sister, Ev Becker of Fowler. A funerl mss ws held Tuesdy Oct 22 t 8 pm Wednesdy Oct 23 t 10 m t St Mrys Church- The plce of buril is St Mrys Cemetery. Fther Jmes Schmett of* licited Clrk Kte Trowbridge. He ttended schools in Lnsing, moved from Lnsing to Ovid in He ws never mrried. Surviving is his brother, Floyd of Ovid. Funerl services were held t Houghton Chpel of Osgood Funerl Homes, Ovid, Wednesdy Oct 23 t 1:00 pm. The Kev Erl Copelin presided over the buril ceremony which ws held t Mt Hope Cemetery, Lnsing Erl Av,ery Services were held Sundy fternoon t the Peters Murry Funerl Home in Gr Ledge for Erl - Avery, 89, of R 1, Egle. He pssed wy Clr Weber, 82, of Westphli died Mondy Oct 21, t Iter home, Mrs Weber ws bom in Westphli, July the dughter of Mr Mrs Joseph Schfer. She ws mrried to Henry Weber, who preceded her in deth in Mrs Weber ws member of St Mrys Church, The Christin Glynn Trowbridge Mothers, the ughters of Isbell Glynn I. Trowbridge. 81, of M- Surviving re: S bons, 21 Ovid, died Mondy Oct 21, t Thoms of Pewmo, onld, Memoril Hospitl in Owosso. Anthony,Clir, Edwrd, il Mr Trowbridge ws born Nov of Westphli; 4 dughters Mrs 24, 1892 in Owosso, the son of Becuse of You Thursdy, Oct 17, t Lnsing hospitl. A lifetime resident of Clinton County, Mr Avery ws retired frmer. He ws member of the Clinton County Frm Bureu member of the Wcoust United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Merle; two dughters, Mrs onld (Chery!) Mier of Gr Ledge Mrs Crroll (Elgev) Pingel of Egle; 14 grchildren five gretgrchildren; three sisters, Mrs Len Lyon of Perry, Mrs Hzel Shdduck of Egle Mrs Minerv Senters uf Lke Odess, The Rev Edwrd Otto of Wcoust United Methodist Church officited t services interment ws in North Egle Cemetery, Clinton County., George Block George «Smi Blck, 72, 2008 E M-2t, St Johns died Mondy Oct 21, t Crson City Hospitl fter short illness MrJBlck ws born Feb 22, 1902 in Pinckney Mi, the son of W J. Emm Blck. On Sept 6, 1923, he mrried Mrit Zigler in St Johns v>here he lived ll his life. He ws life member of F AM #105. He worked s servicemn for Consumers Power Co which he retired from in Surviving re his wife Mrit; I dughters, Wfrs Virgini Zigler Mrs Nncy Puetz, both of St Johns; 2 sisters October Mrs Jennie B Hrt Mrs oreen euprey, both of Los Angeles, Clif; 9 grchildren 3 gret-grchildren. Funerl services were held t the Osgood Funerl Home, Thursdy Oct 24, t 2 pm. The plce of buril ws the Eurek Cemetery with the Rev Normn Wood officiting. Owen Bker Owen K. Bker, 70, of 2002 Hucker Avenue, Everett, Wsh, died Oct 18 in Monroe nursing home. He ws born Mrch 26, 1904, in Pris, Illinois, moving from Michign to Everett in Julv of He ws employed by Generl Motors for 38 yers retiring in 1965, from Fisher Body Corp in Lnsing, Michign. He ws member of the First United Methodist Church, member uf the Everett Elks Lodge No 479 UAW Union Locl No (502. He leves his wife, Edith t the home, dughter, Mrs SueJJen Ivosser; y grdughter, Crlott Crosser, both of Monroe, brother, Frnk Bker of Okemos, one sister, Mrs Thelm Willims ol Pris, 11! Services were held t 10 m Mondy, Oct 21 t the Sohe Funerl Home The Kev G Richrd Tttle officited Buril uiis t the Cypress Lwn Cemetery Csketberers were: Bob Newell, Al Arstein. Crig Lern, Ky Anderson, Humer Porterfield Ben SnW CENTRAL NATIONAL BANKS NEWEST AN FINEST INNOVATION IN BANKING C 5W&* ) Mr Mrs Vernon Benjmin dughters entertined Mrs Lul Bok, Mr Mrs Cecil Bok. Mr Mrs Crl Bok, ll of St Johns, Mr Mrs Clre Bok fmily of ner ewitt Mr Mrs Chrlie Bok In the fternoon, other guests were some of her grchildren, Mrs Tom Feldpusch son Mrs Tom Koenigsknecht children Mrs tfe Thurston child The occsion ws Mrs Lul Boks 84th birthdy Mr Mrs Ernest Thelen of ewitt, Mr Mrs Edmond Thelen fmily soflnsing, Bernit Hufngel Mr Mrs Reyold Goerge were Fridy evening visitors of Miss Cecili Thelen. I Mrs Stell Mgeu Mrs Theres Wieber of Mple -Rpids clled on Mrs Lul Bok Thursdy morning Mr Mrs Vernon Benjmin Mrs Lul Bok returned home by the wy of St Louis fter spending severl dys with Mr Mrs Jmes Mgruder of Jennings. Mo. Mr Mrs Reynold Goerge spent Mondy evening with Mr Mrs Leonrd oolittle son of Stnton. 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17 October 30,1974 ( Mr Mrs Robert Spifcley Sr, Mr Mrs Luuis Thelen of Westphli, Mrs Puline Willims of etroit Mrs Ctherine o&osk) of Wyotte ipent the weekend Sturdy through Mondy un color tour. Guesk for Sundy dinner t the home uf Mr Mrs Howrd Cook (Jet 13th were their mothers Mrs olly Cook Mri> Mcowel Wednesdy October 23 the blue Str members will hve Iheir Uctober meeting. Mrs Mrynn Theien being hostess ssisted by Mrs Mrynn Smith Nmes will be drwn for the new hostesses of Meeting will be t the C Mr Mrs Vmce Herzog fmily of Pigeon, Mr Mrs Chrles Mort fmily of Henderson Mr Mrs Richrd Semns fmily were recent dinner guests of Mr Mrs Kye Potter fmily * The Middlebury United Methodist Women will, meet Thursdy evening, Oct 22 t the Church with Mdge Crig, Lucile Vnyne Ruby- Mulder s hostesses Progrm Leder will be Gerldine Stnton Lorn Semns will conduct the devotions. The Chrge Conference of the Middlebury Lingsburg United Methodist Churches ws held recently t the Middlebury United Methodist Church with istrict Superintendent, Rev Pul Blomquist of Flint presiding Elected for 1975 t Middlebury were Ly Leder, Kichrd Semns, Ly Member to Annul Conference, Bunny fl Semns, Chr of Council on Ministries Administrtive Bord, Bill Semns; Chr of Work Ares, Ecumen. Affirs, Esther Semns; Eduction, Chrlene Austin, Evngelism, Ethel Mulder; Missions Lucile Vnyne; Socil Concerns, r George Boggs, Stewrdship, Ry Mullins, Worship Croline ) ( The Ovid-uplin Librry- Club will meet on Krdy, November 1 t the Sheprdsville United Methodist Church- Hostesses for the dy will be Mrs- Leonrd Hll, Mrs Clrence Med, Mrs Chuncey Green Mrs Hubert Hilton Roll cll will be to nme your fvorite Bible Chrcter Mrs Glen Prks will be showing pictures of the Holy L Gifts re to be brought for the Trverse City Hospitl Mrs Chrles Pien, Jr. Mrs Chrles Wlker, Mrs John Spencer of the Ovid-uplin Librry* Club were in chrge of ihe coffee hour t the recent West Centrl isnct Federtion, meeting held in St Johns Mrs Plen Mrs Spencer lso served s hostesses during the luncheon hour Mr Mrs Pul Heller, Lou Ann. Scott of St Johns were Sundy evening supper guests of Clre Witt Mrs Eldoris Hhn Mrs orothy Prks visited, Clre Prks, Tuesdy t Clinton Memoril Hospitl in St Johns. George Srgent visited Mr Mrs Howrd Srgent Thursdy evening. Mr Mrs Kenneth Pyle of St Johns were Sundy dinner fternoon visitors of his prents Mr Mrs G V Pyle C Mr Mrs Leo eming recently returned from n * October"vction in 8 sttes, including Ihe* New Engl Sttes, estern sltes Cnd The emings combined history lesson with color tour. They visited such plces s New York fit} tking bot trip into the Atlntic Ocen to visit Ihe Sttue of Liberty, Jo Boston. Jo Cpe Cod, Plymouth Rock, Pilgrim Monument, ws on the Ole Myflower ship wtching lobsters, shrimp bots coming into Boston Hrbor. The mountins they viewed color in included the New York Ctskills. the Applchins Adirondck in N Y. Penn-. cyivnr They viewed the Old,vMn of Ihe Mountin Wsh Bowl in the New Hmpshire White Mountin* rode A««4#*d Elementry school strting t 8:00 pm. Mr Mrs Roy Howorth, Beth Ann, Gerrie Lynn, vid Hoy Ptrick of Ioni wore visitors of their mother Mrs Hild Schfer Sundy f- temoon. Cllers t the home of Mr Mrs Clyde SUvernil Sundy fternoon were their brother Sister-in-lw Mr Mrs Wlter Schneider of Lnsing. n Rohgen friend of Crson City-were visitors t the home of Mrs Irene Fox Sundy fternoon. Spending the weekend with their mother Mrs Chrles Cook were Mr Mrs Jmes Knoll fmily of Lnse. Pierce, Age Level Coordintors, Childrens, Croline Pierce; Youth, Betty George; Adult, Richrd Semns;, Fmily, Frnk Gzd;. Recording Secretry, Loret Wrren, Members t Lrge of Administrtive Bord, Hrold Leot Grdner, Frnk Gzd, Orson Hubbrds, Joe orothy Jordn, on Mulder, Kye Potter, Grce Putnm, Chrles Wrren, George Wrren, Lwrence Wrren, Clrence Semns, Honory Members of the Bord, Nin Ryon, Mud Wrd Slocum, Florence Thomburg. Pstor-Prish Reltions Comm, Richrd Semns, Bruce Pierce, Helen Potter, Tom Semns, orothy Jordn. Finnce Comm. Uren Semns, Richrd Semns, Joe Jordn, Clrice Semns, Clrence Semns. Comm on Nomintions Personnel, Jmes Vnyne, Thor Austin, Ethel Mulder, Clrence Semns, Oliver Vnyne. Common History Records, Mildred Brookins Grce Putnm Trustees, Jmes Vnyne, Frnk Gzd, Lwrence Wrren, Joe Jordn, on Wrren, Qren Semns, Wyne Austin, Thor Austin. Church Tresurer, Clrice Semns Membership SUfi<z%cU<uUe Mr Mrs Robert Henderson hve returned home fter spending two weeks in Hwii Mr Mrs Normn Rustd re the proud prents of 9 pound bby boy bom on October 16 t the Sprrow Hospitl in tensing The young gentlemn will nswer to the nme of John Normn will mke* his home with his prents t 1317 E Klmzoo St, Lnsing Mrs Kustd ws the former Helen Squiers. Ry Kobles. n interntionlly recognized gospel dinger from Los Angeles will be guest soloist t the Sheprdsvtlle Price United Methodist Churches on Sundy October 27 He hs ppered s X(*c*UT>i4t>Uct Thursdy, Mr Mrs onld Potts Mike were hosts to Mr Mrs Howrd Srgent t the Middleton iner tor supper Fridy evening Mr Mrs onld Potts Mike visited ons grmother, Mrs Rose Potts of Lnsing Sundy, Mr Mrs on Potts Mike visited his prents, Mr Mrs Archibl Potts of Holt. Mrs on Sullivn Mrs Gruesbeck hd lunch t Schensuls Tuesdv TUM stem locomotive trin up in the Green Mountins of Vermont, t Stemtown U S A. to see fll color wterflls tht cnnot be seen by utomobile. They visited Lke Plcid in Mew York where prt of the winter Olympics re to be held. While on Cpe Cod, Pudge Leo lso visited Hynis Port, Chdwick Point, the Kennedy Memoril the Kennedy Home stopped to spend one night. dy t Nigr Flls. Mrs emming, intends to incorporte their history lesson Ihe colored slide 4 pictures, (hey look,onuheir trip* in 4-H Girl Scout* Boy Scoute Bicentennil ctivities in the future. * *» Mr Mrs Edwrd Green son Jim spent two weeks t their cottge t Otsego Lke. Mr Mrs Mitchel Eriggen / of Pontic were Fridy night 1 guests of Mn Chrles Cook. Mrs M We Cook returned home Sturdy Oct 19 fter spending over month Visiting hi Colordo t the home Of her dughter son-in-lw Mr Mrs Lrry Alien Littlefield t Greeley Colordo, lso clled on Mr Mrs onld Richrdson fmily inne Thelen t enver, Mr Mrs Robert Crlson other friends. Fridy October 25 the Golden Yers Club Senior Citizens held potluck dinner t 12:30 pm t the Muir Civic Center. Secretry Elizbeth Putnm. Supt of Studies, Tom Semns, Asst.BiJl Semns; Communion Stewrds, Rit Gzd Sherry Vnyne. Prsonge Comm Kye Potter, Clrice Semns, Wyne Austin, Prnk Gzd. Librrins, Jon Wrren Helen Lundquist. Publicity, Loret Wrren. The Middlebury United Methodist Youth Choir enjoyed hy.ride weiner rost t thehome of Mr Mrs on George recently. Mr Mrs Richrd Wrren of Bryns Rod, Mryl re the prents of dughter. in Lynn^born Oct 17 t Alexn Hospitl weighing 4 lbs 3 ozs. The bby will remin in n incubtor t the hospitl for severl weeks. Pternl grprents re Mr Mrs on Wrren of S. Hollister Rd. Mr Mrs Chrles Wrren hve sold their household goods moved from their frm home to n prtment in Owosso Edith Schuknecht remins ptient t Memoril Hospitl where he condition remins bout the sme. Wyne Austin recently underwent surgery on his eyes t Hrper Hospitl in etroit. soloist for the Billy Grhms Crusdes in Ltin Americ. Most of his time hs been spent s missionry in Mexico- He lso hs sung with the Gospei Troubdours of Est Lnsing. He hs recorded dozen different lbums, six in English six in Spnish, As young mn he studied for the oper fter becoming Christin, he becme full time Christin Musicin. Keith Bker children of Rogers City hve been guests of his mother, Mrs Rlph Bkef Mrs olores Hegwood children of Inkster were Sundy fternoon cllers of her grfther, John Spencer Mrs Spencer. Porter Prks visited his brother Clre Prks, Mondy, t the St Johns Hospitl. Mrs on Sullivn ttended lupperwre prty t Mrs Allegr Worcester, Tuesdy evening. Kevin Shermn of Milliken ws Sturdy dinner guest of his grprents Mr Mrs, onld Sullivn. Lter n ccompnied them they returned Kevin to his home Sturdy evening. Mrs Edith Oberlin hs returned to her home in Crl from weeks visit with her sister in Illinois. Roger Gilbert, son of Mr Mrs Clyde Gilbert of Grl ws ccidently shot by friend he ws phesnt hunting with (his week remins ptient in Ihe Owosso Memoril Hospitl. Pellets penetrted his legs side. His hevy cot protected his chest ^rid bdomen.. Robert Krueger is ptienun -Ihe Owosso Memoril Hospitl will remin there Infrction for the next 10 d*yi. Five new directors were elected t the Shiwssee County Frm Bureus nnul meeting this week. The Fir* field Jftush Township* elected to> thflw ywrterm office ws G«ne Msynrd. ) CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN CLINTON NATIONAL BANK AT ANY CNB&T OFFICE THURSAY, OCT. 31* WE HAVE A HALLOWEEN SURPRISE FOR YOU * 27 Between Scott Rd & U.S. 27 OPEN WENESAY OCT. 30 you i hve our little one its gonn give you something to tlk boutll The wide-wke^nkim\ OPEN 65 HOURS EACH WEEK Mondy thru Thursdy 7.m. to 6 p.m. Fridy 7.m. fo 8 p.m. Sturdy 9.m. to 5 p.m. mkes ittlso esy. Member FJC

18 2B Clinton County News HAROL SCHMALTZ Advertising irector JIM EWARS Editor CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October 30,1974 A PERSONAL LOOK AT THE NEWS ji Between the lines with Jim Edwrds Here we go gin Well, here we go gin. Were sitting here writing n editoril telling you to vote or "shut up" bout the consequences. By golly, thts pretty discourging. We know the people who need to get the messge wont get it- People who vote red the editoril pge. People who dont vote re the ones who dont red the editoril pge. So, were blowing in the wind jbbering t you to vote, vote/vote. Youre going to vote regrdless of wht we sy. Its your neighbor we should be trying to rech. But, he doesnt red the editoril pge he doesnt vote. But, he knows how he feels bout infltions, txes etc. Why dont you cut this out, tke it next door, show it to him, ell him he cn hve his sy t the polls Tuesdy. -JE "If It Fit... Editor, Lpeer County Press Wtch out for phesnts Wht Jitn Sprling my not underst is tht the phesnu. re getting wy, for lords ske. Something hs got to be done before this ntion is trterrun with rmpging ringnecks It ib fine thing for Sprling to be ginst gun controls But wht this country relly needs is lw requiring every citizen to own gun to kill t lebt 1 niml per week Otherwise, therell soon be lu-point buck crowding in Iront of you in the A&P checkout line Sprling is Republicn cidte lor trom m> district He recently told- Michign eer Hunters. meeting "Firerms dont kill people, people do " Strip oft the bck of his conservtive gry suit hell slick to ny bumper Sprling ws speking in Lpeer but he gve no indiction he ws wre of the gret dnger nerby He wsnt even wering pistol Probbly his dumb ides hdnt told him bout the mruding phesnts tkin over the Stte Gme Are just few short miles north of where he stood, unrmed Otherwise, he hve sounded wrning "Firerms dont hrvest phesnts, people do And youd better get busy " The Mich ept of Nturl Resources NRi strted the trouble with its Put Tke progrm The NR breeds thouss of phesnts then releses them t vrious loctions so hunters cn hrvest them As I pointed out lst yer, the hunters wer bibtop overhlls, crry pitchforks drive Al lis-chlmers trctors Bck on the trm. the hired mn is shooting whet Put Tke worked tine lst reson* The NR lold hrvesters when where the phesnts Auuld be relesed, so ttck plns could be mde in dvn&e In our re one weekend, it ws possible to muster J,500 hrvesters ginst 250 phesnts Under these conditions the teiritory \\ssecuredquicklyuithnoeneiii> sunning The "Prison Kelutiu uus the lesson gne tor the United Methodist Wumen f their recent meeting Mis Edn \owlm gve the devotions Mrs Robert Vlentine jjve the lesson using her dughters "By Jim Fitzgerld only csulty mong the hrvesters occurred when n infntrymn rn up ginst" prticulrly stubborn llip-top beer cn cut knuckle But^omething subversive infiltrted the NR this yer Perhps it ll strted when prk rnger ws scrtched by Communist squirrel Anywy, n unamericn decision ws mde There is now no prior nnouncement of exctly when the phesnts will be relesed The invsion tn come t ny time, without wrning There is nowy the hrvesters cn be prepred They cnt mn the fort 24 hours every dy Alter ll, this is volunteer rm> even the most ptriotic hrvester must spend some time erning living, helping the hired mn shoot whet The terful result is not surprising In our gme re, phesnt survivl rte of 41)% even ~>uv, week hs been reported This mens lmost s mny phesnts re stying Put s re being Took There my well be n escped phesnt Hpping round your home right now, t, you red these very words - This is hppening despite the heroic effdrts ot tew hrvesters who hve been trcking the trucks tht deliver the phesnts to the gme res A NR driver recently complined to newsmn- "Theyre just like hounds Everytime I go to Put some phesnts, there they re with their shotguns, redy to hrvest " Thts good news, ot course But it isnt enough The NK hs lots <<t trucks Mnv rt«ve trcking hnesx.is die needed \itd the> iiiu. tie tillied finnced It is nut enough tht men like sprling tight gun controls Wht this ntion needs is legisltion lequinng mchine gune in even, Miidnw bulls e.\e on e\er> niml i Hhi sivise, therell be phesnt mi tu White Hnuse urni* d\ StouUtfen college term ppet "u "Prison Keloi ui At the business meeting it ws voted tu send money to id the Guipel Troubdours in their millenry work lso to the BIS WANTE Renovtions of JAIL GARAGE To reloctecommunictions Room & Lobby rwings & Specifictions my be picked up t the Clinton County JAIL. Bids will be received t the County Clerks Office until 12 noon November 4,1974, to be opened the fternoon of November 4, 1974, for cceptnce or rection. Property Mngement Committee John j.liltuli Si- *», U> the Blind Finl plns were nwdetqi the Chicken suppei nj Bzr to be held Nuvember? beginning t i 3d until ll ie --fi--j The Imstesses lot the evening were Mt> Rub\ Stewrt, Mrs. Isbel Alhugh. Mrs Alice Csler Mi - Mijoi ie Glow hey The butted Methodist Youth Fellowship went Tuck or Treting lor l"n>cef Sund\ evening The pi meeds go lo children of other countries t<»r milk medicine Ik:- hs been n nnul event m Bnnister the people ot Bnnister contribute generoush The >outh mde plns to mke c> tor the servicemen of the re lso plns to help with the Hlloween prty to be held Hlloween night The group finished their project of refinishmg the snctury flg poles hving the flgs clened Cthy Schlrf is president ot the group ONE YEAR AGO November I.17J Jesse Jmes Ptrick of Chelse, entered ple of guilty Mondy in Circuit Court to chrge of negligent homicide, chrge stemming from ftl ccident Sept 4 on US-27 Free blood-screening tests to detect dibetes will be vilble this yer t Clinton Memoril Hospitl. Sundy, Nov 11, from I to J pm s prt of the serch tor more thn 102.0U0 "unknown" dibetics in Michign during the ntionl observnce of ibetes Week, Nov u-17 Clinton Cuunly received pyment trom the Federl Gu\ eminent gin this week for Revenue Shring in the mount of 402, Announcing the opening of his ottice for generl prctice ot "ptometry in bt Johns in r vid L Peters, whose prctice is locted t 10G E Wlker, The new ewitt First Bptist Church building t the corner ot c Cutler ewitt rods will be dedicted Sundy tternoon, Nov 4 t 2 pm Friends of Juli Holton held recent birthdy prty t Jckson Nursing Home m St Johns in honor of her Btith birthdy She ws born in St Johns hs lived here ll her life Services were held Tuesdy, Oct m t Usgood Funerl Home in St Johns for Virgini Ppps, Hi. 102 Spring b-treet, St Johns, who died Uct 2» t Clinton Memoril Hospitl * The Womns Literry Club ot Elsie opened the first meeting of the "2nd yer history of service to the community by the clubwomen on Tuesdy evening, Uct y, in the cfeteri ol the Elsie Junior High School with potluck sld br t 6:30 pm IEN^E\KS \GO Oct29. 19UI As estimted 16,000 Clinton County voters w ill go to the polls next Tuesdy to cst their bllots for ntionl, stte locl cidtes. ~ The new St Johns wter tower is ll but complete now, it will be tille with wter chlorinted for testing purposes within the week The tower is silver blue in color 10-foot tiold letters edged in block spell mi St Johns on the lust w.ot -ides ot it The tower, which reches 150 feet into the ^ky, vs strted the first ot July Ui i«j "liters pproved l--o proposl Mi<nd\ one J i< di mci ese tu SJJ.wW pum.votks budding the others new WJM hetnieiit plnt Stuli- \ Sinus, W, ot Chrlotte «c sentenn.il Airs Hrriet Schmid Mrs Ihelm Woodbui ttended Hit f.uth ueddiik 1 iiii <*rsi* upen imuse lui" ^h uf Mrs Zenys IMer m St Juhiis, Sundy UetoU-l Mh Mriid M i irvdle Woodbury <t Bev.^toti clled on Mr JMI Juliu Vv<-i<dbury Sundy tternoon Ui tober 26th Mr Mrs Gry Skinner dughter, of Pick ford tvili spend the weekend ol Oct 26th 27th with Mr Mrs Henry Schmid Si ttend the wedding ot Miss Belind Schmid J> Southwell on Sturdy, Uct Mh t the Slem United Methodist Church About 5U people ttended the Hrvest Festivl potluck supper ut Slem United Mondy to 2 to 14 yers in the stte penitentiry in Jckson lor check forgery A three-yer renovtion ot the exterior of the St Johns Municipl Building ws dvised by the C Bjers Co of Gr Rpids t the City Commission meeting lst week Totl cost of the project be bout $13,1)00 Three Clinton County persons were nmed officers of the Michign Stte Grnge t its yist nnul session lst week in.hstings Alvin J Thelen of St Johns ws elected ssistnt stewrd, Mrs Thelen ws nmed ldy ssistnt stewrd, Almond Cressmn of St Johns ws elected to the executive committee The City of St Johns hs yj?,044 0J owed to it by city county residents tor specil ssessments.!5 \ EAKS AGO Oct 27, l!h!> Stephen A Kennells, former plnt engineer chief inspector for the Sylor-Bell Mnufcturing Co, of St Johns, hs been nmed s the new pid secretry of the Chmber of Commerce, The J & B Superette Grocery hs been purchsed by Mr Mrs Floyd Tyler of Lnsing. Mr Tyler hs been in the retil grocer>- business for good number of yers, hving operted Tylers Food Mrket on S Cedr Street, Lnsing, since 1930 Trnsferor EinerG Olstrom, Clinton County 4-H Club gent, to Kent County ws pproved, this week by the stte bord of griculture Mrs onld Gilson. Clinton County blood progrm chirmn, reports successful Red Cross Bloodmobile visit t the Luthern Church in Fowler on Thursdy, Oct 20, with 54 pints nt blood donted by residents of the west portion of the county Jesus-Hernez, 45, of Port Huron, demed n exmintion when * rrigned before Justice Chrles A Speer in St Johns Tuesdy on lelonious driving chrge. Vouchers for the pyment of S2.OUO.000 in gs tx collections to the counties of the stte hve been prepred by the stte highwy deprtment submitted to the uditor generls office for pyment. Stfrfevrffe U. Mrs L liiu W xmmmm "JUUI\ Highwy Commissioner, Chrles M Ziegler nnounces. A citizens dvisory comunu-e, ppointed to ssist the St Johns school bord m their considertion of luture building plns, held its initil meeting t (tie high school here Tuesdy eielling Methodist Churih Sturdy night. Uct lyth. The building fund ollermg tken t this time wttbovei *50U uu will enble us t» pjv ult,th6 mortgge on our prs"mge You I.JU help people. In tct,therescrying need lor vou Your tlents Your trining Vturcon- Lerns The.vm.iU \ou vluble to your business They cm mke vou priceless to \our community It you cn spre even tew hours week*, cll the Voluntry Action As n every-2-yer voting service Between the Lines offers the following glossry to help voters wde through the rhetoric to define the rel mening of sttements by politicins. WHEN A POLITICIAN SAYS" "Mv record speks for itself," HEMEANS* "I cnt think of good nswer for your question, so Ill give you bd nswer tht sounds good." * * * * * WHEN A POLITICIAN SAYS: - "I chllenge my opponent to nswer the question 1 " HE MEANS. "Ive tried to nswer the question with My record speks for itself you nt fll for it, By chllenging my opponent to nswer it, mybe heu look like fool tke the ttention irom me " 8 * * * * * WHEN A POLITICIAN SAYS "Tht is the most ridiculous chrge Ive ever herdlwontjustifyitbyreply " HE MEANS "I wrned my cmpign people tht he might dig tht up If they hd done their homework I might be ble to offer n libi " Prime Time WHEN A POLITICIAN SAYS "My opponent hs yet to sy wht he is going to do to,solve this problem " HE MEANS. "I dont hve ny cures either, but if I tell \ou my opponent doesnt hve ny solutions. \ouu nturlly ssume I do " * * * * * * WHEN A POLITICIAN SAYS "I hope the voter weighs the fcts before csting his bllot " HE MEANS "I hope the voter believes the mud Ive slung ginst my opponent more thn the mud my opponent hs slung ginst me " 4> * * * * WHEN A POLITICIAN SAYS- "I hve little doubt bout the outcome of the election. The fcts hve been lid out, the voter hs been given chuiceiid the voter will pick out the most deserving cidte " HE MEANS "Its too lte now The-polls re lmost closed. Weve clouded the issues s much s we could We just hope the voters dont put too much stock m the lcts, insted, justify the thouss ot dollrs weve poured into dvertising " Energy Crisis: Blessing in isguise? liy BertmiJ E Xmh I don I I\KM lo sound like the. iiliim.iil- uoiiiji uplimsi but 1.41dm) tu"> ifcisijintluiifs Ltumpmed by opportunities, the energ\ crisis tould toikekbh pnhejo be poluitil disster th.il is rtlly bless- Hit; 111 djsglhm! lhi.ii.* is. ut tourse. b>y if tht is If" we respond tu Ihe luel shortjgc b\ developing the mss tfnipoilliun fcilities this tuuntry hs either been llowing lo deteriorte or ret using to build lor severl dn-dus no* lo jibomplbh Ihis. w.e re going lo hi lo interrupt Jiid perhps even bring to n brupt end our love ffir with the utomobile We lredv know tht one result ot the er)erg\ uunih will be less luifl foi privte trs With c\lstmg mss trnsit s\sterns being given priority in the nnounced lluclion of fuel, ihe bsis tor the Bernrd ffsh development of workble (nsi trnsportnti6n hs lredy been estblished \llhuugh th>i mv nut hve been thinking.ihed to this crisis, the dele gte* to the White House Conference on Aging in 1971 suggested j mens for chieving ihis gol when they recommended tht the Highwv Trust Fund be LOnverted "into generl trnsporttion fund to be utilized for ll modes of trnsporttion " So sys the VJL. J" 0?,-* * M«l Ltofut r PO >tju KNOW «RS HOBB5 THAT AS A VETERAN OVER 65 I AM.ELIGIBLE FOR N&GOEO TREAT-/ EUTATAVA HOSPITAL?^ [7 /NOT jusr you MRIC 1 \ ANyoUWETEfiAN ^MAY BE ELISIBLEy F.K Mtofinihon ctnttft itw mini VA lfit«ichftk your plwmt book)«wiftt Vimmt A&HIMIUIMMI Youll neyer know how much goo^ you cn do until you do it Center in your town Or write "Volunteer! Wshington.C Itll d you good to see how rmxh good vou L-mdo * * Wunteer, TheRilmhjIG-riter turvululu,ir\ AuUli tud.iv. thjt iuggostiun t-> ivi,o mure \.hd 11 we MV going tu ruu* iriulmmiigl, Icii fuel tur jutumubilcs during ih, m.vt dtliidt. ur vu. isu I it luo1-.h lo t-orltirtue building uiuie oild mure.upirhtghwjv^ iur teiur jnd fewer cjr, tu use ieis k^ t-ur the imnitdirflt* luture. ue re gom^ tu need more of the Kind ul irtdmi trjnspurutiun we presently rune Hu^ever if mss trjniit rs yuiny tu be mure thn stopgp de vtve tor the durtion ot the inuea Lrisis flexible tnnovjliym te dt^ periel\ needed Min people tr\mg tu mx mw trnipurttion tud\ re dl^cu-ermg tht while there re indeed lots ot buifs trms none re gumg where they re going within le ionble mount ui time tn terlin res of New Jtrst-V tor instnce it ii impossible to yet trom tuwn A tu tuwn B. distnt.e ut five miles, without tking une bui frum A into New York Cit\. i dis tnee ot 2U miles, different one btk tu B. nother 20 or so miles And. similr problems cn be luund Across he country For the elderly, this sitution is prtieulrlv distressing Imgine. "n "yer-old womn With douors ppoiotment hving to go through tht kind of routine then du it ll over gin in order tu return home If she cn t lfurd inxi l must cnt), the exhustion frustrtion will just dd tu the problem tht mde her visit the douor tn the first plte The nswer lies tn developing rriispolltiull swunvjht rt ble tu gu where people «nt tu go. when!he> *i» "- g y. t pnw. the-, kil fford to pv Ihis b uu n ini possible diem \l ihisnii. moineiu hundnds ot ti«ns siiill LIIILS re e\p.-ruikntun; with dil ridi V,stems J vei\ pri.tk.ll tlosb bi. twevn lv "d bus si-nn.e wnh the dvjtugi-!, ol bull) On ihe drwing boids ot ihe Mssehusetts lilstiluie ol kji* uulugv other unim.imliv"! reseieh ktiilirs dilung into trns-? pl-rttion piubums tht.re re blueprints ot ^ssiems iht could mki must people ctully wnt tu lej"><. Iheir trs t home Hh\ h^tn t t(i,si gtei ito been put into prvtite Ihe ii.-m trv smipl\ "> Iht thtte h 1 - H>.<i no rel intemne tu chnge the Wji, piunle trvel Now. there is Most uldil \ine"ens tn rinltlll ber tht. lst timt thi> touiilii i^pen tilted n ertvrgy shortge Mny ft tll thi lthough there -Hie tht petsunl hrdships yl V\orld Wr II, iiui hjijng enough tutl tor evtiy ones trs did nut men the end ul the world ^ It w-, no prunt relletted une, bui «WJS still possible tu get jf ruundj We hd bube?> trins, tht,y rn rel well HopefulK our thildren grthildren will be ble to sy the sme thing to future genertions I.V/r,V«J/I n tht exttiitiit dtreclvr ot rie tion-profit non-pwtisun Amernun Aisoonun of Rettud Pifrwrn > VOTE TUESAY, NOV. 5th for WALTER G. NOBIS County Commissioner istrict No. 2 Lebnon, Essex, lls Pid Politicl Advertise merit REGULAR CLINTON COUNTY ZONING COMMISSION MEETING A regulr meeting of the Clinton County Zoning Commission will be held on Thursdy. November 21,1974 t 8 p m. in the Courthouse, St. Johns, Michign. At tht time the Com* mission will ct on the following pplictions: BIS WANTE FOR 1 POLICE CAR FOR SHERIFFS EPARTMENT One Ptrol Cr s per Specifictions. No trde in. Inquire t Sheriffs Office for Specifictions etils. Bids to be submitted t the County Clerks Officdby 9:00 A.M. November 4,1974. Bids will be publicly opened on November 4, 1974 ih the Commissioners Room t the Courthouse. CLINTON COUNTY BOAR OF COMMISSIONERS By - Property Mnijimf nt Commttt«e. LPGAS YOU CAN COUNT ON LP GAS TO O THE JOB! Prompt Othverv WHITES GAS 6560 S. Beeole Rd PERRINTON -, From Pompeii PHONE POMPEII gnw -frrttwiiwmwwtmw-wiwjmi NOTICE Vcncies will be occurring on the following Bords: 1. Zoning Appel Bord - 2 members, 3 yer term. 2. eprtment of Socil Services 1 member, 3 yer term. 3. County Rod Commission - 1 member, 6 yer term. 4. County eprtment of Public Works - 2 members, 3 yer term. Interested persons should send resume to: Nomintions Committee, c/o County Clerk, Courthouse, St. Johns, Michign. ESSEXTOWNSHIP An ppliction for Specil Use Permit to operte s grvel pit on the following described prcel of l: The Est z of the Northest U of Section 27, T8N-R3W, Essex Township. WITT TOWNSHIP (Tbled t the 9/19/74 Regulr Zoning Commission Meeting) ZoheB-4, Plnned Shopping Center to R-Ml, Multiple Fmily Residentil: Als& Specil Use Permit ih conjunction with the multiple zoning. Beg. 363* W. of NE cor. Sec 16, th S205 W156% N 205,E 156*. prt of E H of NE, Sec 16, ewitt Twp, Clinton Cty ( Mich., subject to survey. AMENMENT Also, n mendment to the text of the Clinton County Zoning Ordinnce to llow outside storge in B-2, Generl Business zone under specil conditions. The text of the Zoning Ordinnce s proposed to be mended rnp showing the Zoning Ordinnce s proposed tu be mended my be exmined t 100 S Ottw, St Johns, Mich, between th6 hours of 8.m. to 12 noon 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. of ny dy Mondy through Fridy. x Arnold R Minrik, Administrtor

19 October CLINTON COUNTY NEWS. ST JOHNS; MICHIGAN leders honored 3B KeeeHmg )y-yer -Ml leder wrds were [from left) Emily Brook. Bth AH-Purpose; Betty yst-hwrk. Spring Vlley; Mrie Woudhms. 4-H Wonders; Mrin Kurnez, Hppy Hustlers: Gldys Irish. Green Aires: onn Smith. Pririe 4-H Club. WOMEN AN YOUNG PEOPLE AN SENIOR CITIZENS Vote For The Cidte Tht Agrees With You ON; Equl py for equl work for Women jminumum py for people under 18, over 65 Senior Citizens using school buses POWELL VOTE AGAINST ALL OF THE ABOVE VOTE FOR ONAL L STANTON EMOCRAT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Pid Poi- Ad. VOTE TUESAY, NOV. 5th * for WALTER G. NOBIS County Commissioner istrict No. 2 ( By Mrs Pudge tmlng ) Lurence Richrds, former resident of Crl Rod ws treted for his birthdy long with Mr Mrs Richrd Med son Brin of St Johns to the hm chicken pie supper t the Grl United Methodist Church by Mr Mrs Leo eming. Sturdy evening They lt then gthered t the eming home in Crl for Mr Richrds (o open his birthdy gifts A new Red Cross Volunteer trining course for Shiwssee residents ws recently given by Mrs Robert Hrrelson. Two people who completed the Introduction to Americn Red Cross course were Mr Mrs Rlph Csler former residents of Crl. Another such course will be offered to nyone else interested fter the first of the yer. Interested student^of prents uf this, i!e with students in Shiwssee County my contct niel vil, 415u S M-52, who hs been ppointed by the Americn Institute for Foreign Study to ccompny group of students to Spin during the school winter vction. They will visit Mdrid, Cordob, SeveiHe, Grnd Torremulinos- Plces re still vilble in the group you my phone Mrvid t if you. s student, or interested prent, like to contct him. Receiving 4-H Key club wrds re I front, from left] Cheryl Bncroft, Nimble Fingers; Pnt Smith, Pririe 4*11; Susn Striz. Scttered Southest; Kim Howe. Olive 4-H Projects; Irer. from left) Mrin Kurnz. Hppy Hustlers; Brin VnVleet. Green Acres; n Wshburn. Elsie 4-H Corners; Uune Hvii. Olive 4-H Projects. Kecognized for 15-yers service s 4-H leders re [lefti Mry Ss her dughter Virgini Rocsch, both leders in the Pint Hounds i H Club. ii Lebnon, Essex, lls The Cidte ELECT istrict who will work fulltime Pid Politicl Advertisement give -nwunmwbv U»11[l 1&W.M-fit For Mn you con Trust to be istrict Judge, ELECT Assistnt Prosecuting I \ temjve s er* of sen ice to the Clinton County 4-H Youth «ere recognized Thursdy night s these wrds wt-re presented to I from Ieftl Annbelle Peck. 25 yers. Elsie4 Corners; Andrew Cobb. 30 yers. Klsie ICurners; Clyde Peck. 20yers. Nimble Fingers: Jen Cobb. 20yers. Elsie i Corners. i ^cdtwtmfo* Mmie OConnell Phone Attorney WILLIAM G. JACKSON istrict Judge for Clinton County Judge; II s istrict Judge by beginning his workdy t 8:00.m. Mondy ftidy Courts present through thus reduce the bcklog * who will oppose unnecessry djournments of cses pending decision * who will impose tough stern sentences for hbitul : offenders ir who will open the Court one night week from 7:00 * joo p.m. for trffic smll clims mtters HIS FAMILY ELECT WILLIAM G. JACKSON Pid fofftfett Atfwrtlttmnt istrict Judge Gitwrl Election *.* «., NowmbtrS for Clinton County Non-PftiMn-Btlot Sundy dinner guests of Mr Mrs Terry Girvin were: Mr Mrs ennis Boomer. Mr Mrs oug Cusck. Mr Mrs Chrles Mtek, Mr Mrs Buck Cunninghm Mr Mrs Mnuel Cusck. Eugene Tbor suffered - hert ttck Sturdy evening is ptient t the Crson Citv Hospitl Mr. Mrs. Jck McGrth of Settle "Wsh re spending sometime visiting reltives- Orin Boomer, of enver, Colo, returned home Mondy fter spending week visiting his prents Mr Mrs Jmes Boomer- Mr Mrs Greg Helmer moved to the triler home of Mr Mrs Joe Riley the pst, week. Mr Mrs Robert Cshen Mr Mrs Stnley Cusck spent lst week hunting in ^ Wyoming. Mr Mrs John Sutch of Hzel Prk were Sundy cllers t the Willim odson home. Mmie OConnell returned home Sundy fter spending month visiting her dughter husb Mr Mrs Willie Hills, ner Mson. CARPET SALE IN PROGRESS in oo AM MORE pei sq vd OFF Remoter Stuck Merchise GOO SELECTION REMNANTS V PKICE BECKER FURNITURE FOWLER Mrs Ed wyer is recuperting t home fter spending severl weeks t Inghm Medicl Hospitl in Lnsing. Mr Mrs Hrold Skinner moved into the home of Pul Lngdon Mr Mrs Tim Pyne re renting their triler bome- Ry_Reed t of Mdison Wise is spending sometime- visiting n unt Mrs Emily Armbrustmcher. His brother Gle is seriously ill in ButterAorth Hospitl in Gr Rpids..John \\lsuorth. Uinton CoimU 4-H >outh gent, presents AnmiMJe Peek. EsHe. with the Friend of 4-H Awrd, presented nnully to the individul or orgniztion who hve contributed gretly to the l-h progrm. X A MAN YOU CAN TRUST... SUPREME.p.Poi.fl. FOR TRIALS FAIR TO PUBLIC AN ACCUSE! ALLAN CARPENTER MILLER POWELL -STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 88th ISTRICT- REPRESENTATION involves TRUST trust is bsed on experierice performnce. As Stte in his prior positions of public responsibility REPUBLICAN CANIATE for STATE REPRESENTATIVE 88th istrict II " STANLEY M, POWELL,: hs proven Worthy of your trust * you cn depend on him you cn" trust him with your vote. RE-ELECT STANLEY M." POWELL STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 88th ISTRICT-NOVEMBER 5 t A Pid Politicl Advertitement

20 / 4B CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October 30,1974 Jims Column Jim Pelhm Clinton County Extension irector 4-H Chtter ES4& leden* teyujed ByJQHNAYLSWORTH Bills Column Acid fvuwtwrtfo* & CM* By WILLIAM LASHER Extension Agriculture Agent Hve you figured out wht jour property is worth ltely? Would you like to keep it in your fmily when you re finished using it? Most people prefer to keep their property in ihe fmily, but lr fewer mke provision to do so If we hvent got your ttention yet, perhps ue. should sk you how mny cres will it cost you to die 7 If >ou do not mke specific rrngements for pssing on vuur estte, it will hve to go through probte be distributed in ccordnce with the lws of Michign. On some of the lrger frm esttes in Clinton County this could result in the fmily pying txes of $40,000 more thn hve been necessry I proper plns hd been mde. In some instnces the tx diflerence could be even higher liven m smller esttes there could be considerble sving; perhps even more importnt is the fct your estte will be divided in wy, prescribed by lw, rther thn the wy you like to hve it You cn go to n ttorney get this job done; but if you dont underst some of the bsic choices dont know wht you wnt to do, it will tke. lot of time with the ttorney to get things worked out. In workshop to be held November th, 26th ecember 3rd we will be going * through some of the lterntives We hupe some of the young people, s well s our senior citizens, will prticipte. It is well for both husbs wives to tke prt, s this is complicted mteril; the informtion gined by one cn help supplement tht of the spouse. There will be smll registrtion fee prticipnts re urged to ttend ll three sessions, rther thn prt of the workshop. The first session will be held t Smith Hll the next two t Centrl Ntionl Bnk- octors Rlph Hepp Mike Kelsey of the Agriculturl Economics eprtment of Michign Stte University hve developed the workshop will be presenting lrge prt of it, long with your County Extension stff Ron Hurd of Clinton Ntionl Bnk will be discussing the use of trusts in estte plnning Ry Heintzlemn of Frm Bureu mil be discussing the plce of insurnce Advnced registrtion will be necessry Cll for more inlurmtion. LCC enrollment tops 13,000 LANSING - Fll term enrollment t Lnsing Community Cullege hs skyrocketed to 13,280 students, *24.8% increse over the student hedhunt ot lu,640 t this time lst >cr The dded students lso precipitted n increse in the number of credit hours, upping the totl injure irom «2,6B0 to 103, % jump President Philip J Gnnon nnounced the figures dded tht ll live divisions of he College hve experienced enrollment growth To keep up with the influx of students; LCC recently lesed the lormer Cooley Lw School gilding. which, fter letiuv lions, is now being used s South Cmpus Fine Arts (."enter, purchsed hngr f jtid uftice spce t Cpitl City Airport lor the Avition progrm. The LCC cmpus hs grown irom just tew clssrooms in the old Lnsing High School building, where 455 students enrolled in iy57, to nine cmpus buildings, ip order to ccommodte the incresing enrollment In August, some of the booming clssroom dem will be llevited by the completion of the new Voctionl- Technicl building, which will dd 18 clssrooms 27 lbortories In ddition, construction ut Phse U of the Voctionl-Technicl -- Physicl Eduction building will be completed by Fll, 1976, gin incresing the number of tcilities vilble r Willim Schr. en of Student Personnel Services, sid the number of students returning to LCC ws positive sign of student, stisfction He ttributed much of the Colleges growth to such fetures s low cost, high qulity eduction, excellent fculty, innovtive courses "students first* ttitude Accessibility in loction pckging of courses ws lso mentioned Becuse of student dem, more night clsses hve been dded. To ccommodte students, some clsses re ottered _ one night ech week tor three or four iiours rther thn three or tour times week tor one hour sessions Tins ccomplished the sme purpose without committing the students to severl evenings on cmpus The number of prt-time students hs grown long with (he incresing pppulrity of evening courses. The percentge of temle mrried students, those over ge 60 ttending the College, hs continued to climb In exmining the fctors involved m the Colleges growth, Gnnon sid, "We feel (his increse is response to the efforts of LCC to meet the dems of the communitv " 60 C ASS/ff Johns, Nncy Miller, St Johns NEW AN USE SNOWMOBILES WE CARRYALL THE NEW 75s TRACTORS ALUS CHALMERS WC J GAS FERGUSON T020 J FOR9N I.H. SUPER C I.H.C 1256 J w/loder COMBINES J.. 25 Z 1-J CORN HEA I.H.C 82 J N.I. UNI. EQUIP. 761 HAY HEA 722SHELLER 720 CORN HEA HUSK BE S 760 CHOPPER 762 CORN HEA POWER UNIT POWER UNIT J POWER UNIT 729SHELLER ROW NARROW ROW WIE ii USE SNOWMOBILES Jx6 1* ELECTRIC START Jx J x 8 HAY TOOLS J.. 31 ELEVATOR J.. 38 CHOPPER l.h.c. 46 BALER w/ejector N.l. HAY CONITIONER N.H. 66 BALER 600 GEHL CHOPPER J., 14T BALER GEHLFORAGE BOX J.. HAY CONITIONER PLOWS OLIVER 3-16 Mtd. J SEMI OLIVER 5-16 TRAILER J TRAILER J Mtd. ~ M.F Mtd. J Mtd. LUC SEMI ISK OLIVER 12 A.C.ALLIS10 - SPRAYERS J.. 25 A 3 pl HANSON 150q 3 pt SEVERAL USE RAGS NEW IEA GRINERS 2-GEHL GRINER MIXER.B. HAMMER MILL PICKERS J Mtd. J Mtd. N.l. 327 HUSK BE NJ. 312 PICKER w/s Rod Bed MISC. LILLISTON 14 ROLLING HARROW N.H. 200 BU SPREAER N.l. 201 SPREAER 2 USE BEAN PULLERS SUPERIOR LOAER FOR FOR NAA OLIVER 165 BU SPREAER J PLANTER J.. 494A PLANTER, l.h.c. 4 ROW PLANTER A.C. 4 F(OW PLANTER J PLANTER N.l. 503 LOAER J.. 4 ROW CULTIVATOR l.h.c. 4 BOW CULTIVATOR CARSON CITY FARM SERVICE JOHN EERE SALES AN SERVICE CARSON CITY PHONE Approximtely H leders, spouses guests ttended the 4-H Leders Recognition Bnquet, Thursdy, Oct 24 t Smith Hll in St Johns, co-sponsored by the Clinton County 4-H Council Clinton Ntionl Bnk Trust Compny. Andrew Cobb of Elsie 4 Corners club ws recognized tor serving 30 yers s leder to the youth of Clinton County- A number of Andy/s first 4-H members were in ttendnce s they, too, re now serving s 4- H leders. Anbel Peck * Elsie 4 Corners Club ws recognized for serving the youth in the Elsie re tor 25 yers. Leders recognized with 20 yers of 4-H ledership include: Clyde Peck Nimble Fingers 4-H Club in St Johns und^jen Cobb - Elsie 4 Comers Leders with 20,25 30 yers received either corsge or boutonniere from the Clinton County 4-H Council, plus their pins certifictes Leders with 15 yers of service to the youth included Virgini Koeseh of the Pint Hounds, her mother - Mry Ss lso uf the Pint Hounds Kussell Howe Eglelites Leders with ten yers of service to Clinton County youth included- Emily Brook - Bth All Purpose. Gldys Irish Ureen Acres, Mrin Kurncz Hppy Hustlers, Betty Scmvrk Spring Vlley, Uonn Smith in Brrett - Pririe; Mrie Woodhms 4-H Wonders Twenty-four leders uuh 5 yers of service 39 leders with 3 yers of service were recognized t ihe bnquet- Anbel Peck Elsie 4 Corners 4-H Club received "the Friend of 4-H A wrd " tor her service to > 4-H members in the County, her ledership with the County 4-H Horticulturl progrm judging tems with the County 4-H recretion progrm This wrd is mde ech yer by the 4-H Council to someone or some"" orgniztion who hs contributed gretly through time, iinncil ssistnce or some other wy to the growth of Ihe County 4-H progrm. The 4-H Council election results showed Gertrude Arens, Fowler; Richrd Woodhms, St Alry Lehmn, Egle elected tor 3-yer term of office The retiring 4-H Council members included Kobert Vitek, Kobert Kissne. Emily Brook Mildred Stoy. The udience ws treted to specil music by Chris Howe, who sng severl numbers plyed guitr, ws c- Sympthy is extended to the fmilies of A Erl Rowl Erl Avery who pssed wy lst week Wcoust OES #133 will meet Tuesdy evening Nov 5, t the Wcoust Temple. New officers will hve chrge Wcoust Circle meets Thursdy" Nov 7 for 12:30 luncheon with Mrs onld Locke Willing Workers Circle meets Thursdy Nov 7 for l oclock Cpitl Are United Wv. Inc. PtM*H*l A big rewrd for putting PCA lon to work on your frm it th«stisfction of 9Ning your plns com to lift, wtching your profits grow. Why? Btcun PCA lon is not * lod, but Itvtr, to Nip you gt ntw idts off thi ground. PCA credit specilists underst firming, So wrt bcttw fel to htlp you grow; ble to lend you» h. For informtion on how you cn put -PCA lon behind yourtermingknow-how, c*» our off tot. compnied by his sister, Susn Howe, on drums Both Chris Susn re members of the Olive 4-H Projects Club. Eight 4-H members were recognized received the Michign 4-H key Club Awrd This wrd is given to l z of one percent of the County 4-H enrollment is bsed upon their prticiption in locl club, county, district Stte 4-H ctivities They were: Cheryl Bncroft, Nimble Fingers; Mrin Kurncz, Hppy- Hustlers; Brin VnVleet, Green Acres, une Huvil, Olive 4-H Projects; Pm Smith, Pririe, n Wshburn, Elsie 4 Corners, Kim Howe, olive 4-H Projects Susn Striz, Scttered Southest Three 4-H leders were lecognized lor 4-H Alumni pin wrds, including- Mrie Thelen, Bengl Community. Bob Kissne, Swuigin Binghms Aunbelle Fivor. Green Acres But, the> "11 keep ll erv The Vn Goghs 4-H Club is the nme selected by the members s they orgnized new club m SI Julius under the Redership ot Sy Hrrington The club will hve 14 members tking pinting drwing projects New officers elected re Jy Richrds, president, Bonnie Vsquez, vice president, Lur Richrds, secretry-tresurer news reporter, Lis Mrtin, telephone chirmn Ktie Aylsworth showed slides bout 4-H projects ctivities to the members prents nswered questions bout 4-H \\ tiling Workers elect officers The Willing Workers 4-H Club hs 23 members enrolled in the winter progrm Jon Witt is serving s the new orgnizuuul leder of the club New otlicers elected s tollows Lind Willims, president, Mry Bergdolt. secretry, Jne Witt, iresurer. Sherri Sehlke, news reporter The members received their fir premium money certifictes found out who received trips or mde the 4-H honor roll The clubs next meeting will be Nov iy Mrten is "hed Rmbler" The Riley Rmblers 4-H members hve elected Mike Mrten s their president for the winter progrm Other officers elected re- vid Schrder, vice president; Steve Mssey, secretry tresurer. Ken Schefer, news reporter; 7(/<XCAU4t4l dessert with Mrs LeRoy Begle on Ctler Rd Mrs Jr Bollinger ws tkert to St Lwrence Hospitl Mondy evening where she remined for test medicl tretment Mr Mrs Jy Fudy spent the weekend with their dughter Mrs Richrd Begle fmily t Trverse. City. Alyne Bluylock Todd Krumm. recretion leders The members enjoyed byride Sturdy, Oct 26, t the home ol Ed Mrten. Sixteen members re enrolled in the club iniws from Helping Hs i The Fowler Helping Hs hve elected the following of- 1 ieers lor their winter progrm * Lind Thelen. president, Sy Fedew, vice president, Cindy Puug. secretry; Judy Thelen, tresurer Therese Thelen - tiews reporter The clubs next meeting will be Nov (4, 7:30 pm Lit ttk Wldron Elementry School with Brbr Grunwld spek mg bout her trip to Helue mvi exchnge sister club in Belize Plns will be mde tor the Christms Prty in ecember Upp> Hustlers Initite members The Hppy Hustlers 4-H members initited their new members into the club with some interesting ctivities Projects the club be ullermg were reviewed by Ktie \>Iswofth Cke ecorting ptuject ws discussed by Helen Kurncz The members selected Mry Smith to be slety Uiimidii Ptty Smith. Cindy Wvcott Sy Hollis tlked bout Ibeir trip to Meridin Mll in nkeihos to promote 4-H Sturdy, Oct iy Btiijjl collects glss The 4-H Glss Collection project will be held Sturdy. Nuv 2 under the ledership ot (he Bengl Community 4-H L lub They w ill pick up ll glss continers in M Johns tht re set out oil the curb b\ It* m t it her people outside of St Johns re urged to bring their glss bottles to the firgrounds on the 2nd between ym 2 pm The ecember glss collection on Sturdy. ec 7 will be hled f*5 the Oud-Elsie High School B Group MI "on Hittil be" WJlMTV (Chnnel 0, Lnsing i commenced televising the Mullign Stew 4-H television series Sturdy. Oct iy Youth w ill beble to see the remining "> progrms Sturdys, Nov 2, y, & JO t i m pm Mullign Stew is 5-piece Rock B group w lio go on specil missions to solve problems help people to better underst good helth prctices good food hbits It is combintion if "Mission Impossible", "Sesme Street" "Lugh In" Mr Mrs Erl Begle. Mr Mrs LeRoy Begle Ver Begle spent the weekend ut their cottge t Horseshoe Lke Brekfst Club will meet Tuesdy morning with Mrs Bernrd Colton in Portl. Public fish supper t the Wcoust Temple Fridy Nov 8 strling t 4 30 pm Give till it helps. ROOFING EAVESTROUGHING Cll for FREE ESTIMATES Long istnce Cllers My Cll Collect TheAmericn \ Red Cross. j The Good? Neighbor. m CEMENT WORK EXTERIOR PAINTING ROSS BRALEY CONTRACTOR 9320 Okdle rive ROUN,LAKE * Phorw i Orgnic cid tretment is nother wy of storing high moisture corn. Shelled corn with 15 to 36% moisture cn be preserved by ddition of proprionic cetic cids Experiments in Wisconsin, Minnesot: Cnd hve.shown tht mold growth ws completely stopped in corn treted with n orgnic cid. Both proprionic cetic cid re orgnic cids. The corn ws stored in piles on the floor protected only top bottom with sheets of plstic or in unseled bins Corn preserved with n orgnic cid cn only be used for livestock feed ft cnnot be used on grin intended for humn consumption Also, the cid inhibits germintion, so should not be used on seed grin Amount of cid pplied depends on the moisture content ol the grin The cid must cot Chloes Column ChloePdgitt **>wr **V Clinton County Home Economist Lst week we tlked bout getting recquinted with your preschoolers We discussed wys tht you cn help your child to develop through his ply There re vriety of things you cn lent from wtching > our child ply Lets consider some ot these Children revel their feelings conflicts in ply You cn begin to lern how your childs mind works by wtching himlle shows wht interests -himmust, wht hes lerned irom life round him Ply exposes his hopes lers, reveling things tht bother or contuse him It shows his skills personlity development Here re things you my wnt to observe: Notice how your child develops in ply At two yers Oct iu-nov, 1 Conference tor Agents ll sides of the grin to be effective There re severl pplictors vilble which cn pply the mteril to ll sides of the grin effectively Acid treted com must be protected from Ihe elements Becuse if rin or snow gets on the corn the rin moisture will be too high tor the mount of cid used or the cid will be wshed off the corn wjjj mold Orgnic cids re corrosive, so metl bins need to be protected by covering with plstic or specil pint It looks to me tht orgnic cid tretment of high moisture com is nother wy to prevent spoilge It my be considered v snlterntive to drying, or to ensiling s high moisture corn Also, where silo storge conditions re poor Ihe use of orgnic cid tretment my be good insurnce tor preserving high moisture corn your child will need some guidnce in meeting other children He will ply better by himself A little lter t three or tour, hell ply better «ith other children - Wtch lor the roles your child lkes in his ctivities Is be the leder or the follower" oes he hve cretive imgintion Notice to see howhe holds his own with group of children - - Wtch to see how he uses his experiences in ply. Provide opportunities lor your child to, see different things. Trips to the /.oo. or tire sttion, tor exmple, (iivejiim new roles Wtch to see if he uses these experiences in his ply - Listen while you wjch- His words tell you whts on his mmd wht is importnt to him Srte*4MH> wuttdcvt - Annul Extension Nov 4 Clothing Pttern Altertion Workshop - Prt If pm, Smith Hll. Nov y - Fll Horticulturl Workshop, MSU. Horticulture Building, -30 m to 3.30 pm Nov 12 - Fmily Living ichristms Workshop Smith Hll 11 m to 8 30 pm Nov \i Plnning Commission - 7 pm - Court House Nov H Fmily Living Council. Centrl Ntionl Bnk, St Johns, 9.3U m Nov 14 Fmily Living Progrm "Property Protection" Centrl Ntionl Bnk, St Johns 9:30 m C«ntlniH>u* FUw Crtti ryir Chet* fow S rnodtls (o m«eh v«it hints! rt* iokitim vry, by modtl Sm I«3 to 435 huih*h ftthour. Noy 18 - Clothing Pttern Altertion Workshop - Prt III, 7-30 pm. Smith Hll Nov 18-ly - Income Tx School lor Prctitioners, Hospitlity Inn, Est Lnsing Repeted ec 9 & 10. Nov 19-4-H Crft Leders Workshop Smith Hll - 7:30 pm Nov & ec 3 - Frm Estte Plnning" Operting Agreements Workshop- First meeting t Smith Hll. Others t Centrl Ntionl Bnk ec 4-5 Telfrm Check in * ec 4, Fmily Living Behviorl Weight Control, Centrl Ntionl Bnk m ec7 - HIAMABC Annul Meeting inner - Binghm Grnge PAY NO MORE! BUY THE BEST! Plnning Aiv&tnce * Construction S(»ieft Smite Afler The Sle * liod Rnge ol lm Sues to Meet Tour Needs FRICKE FARM SERVICE 479S S. Ely H*ry. MJLETON Phone 236*7358

21 October 30,1974 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN 5B TENER LEAN THRIFTY BEEF MEANS I I I OPEN 24 H0UR5 1 I I I I I I» Copyright The Kroger Co. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quntities. Prices Coupons Good Mondy. Oct. 28 thru Sundy, No*. 3, At your ST. JOHNS Kroger Store Only! ~"~ PR00F...KR0GER OES HELP MINIMIZE YOUR MEAT COSTS THRIFTY BEEF IS... MORE ECONOMICAL LEANER BEEF GUARANTEE TENER BONELESS I I ARM POT ROAST I I POT ROAST $fl 4811 $ Lbs Or More Met Lof Kroger Burger Pro Center nntor Cut f\.t T ^ ^ Rib Pork Chops s 1.59 Herrud Pork Link Susge.vlfS B 99 c Fmily Pk 3-Lbs Or More Fryer Legs Or Thighs 88 c Fmily Pk 3-Lbs Or More Fryer Brests Or rumsticks u 98 Fresh Frozen Turkey rumsticks... * 39 Whole Wter Added Semi-Boneless Hms?!.08 Herrud eluxe Whole Semi-Boneless Hms L?1.28 Kwik Krisp Or Peschke Sliced Bcon A $ 1.39 AT KROGER YOU HAVE A CHOICE, OF COURSE! U.S. Govt Grded Choice U.S. Govt Grded Choice Chuck Stek I Sirloin Stek Lb U.S. Govt Grded Choice Club Or T-Bone Stek Kroger Bulk Chunk Met Bologn Lb $ Itopleb Choke* U S GOVT GflSlO CHOICE BE1F \ Lb *O08 Rib I U.S. Govt Grded Choice V :...JL I Stek.*. Kroger Bulk Smoked Brunschweiger Lb Boneless! U.S. Govt Grded Choice Beef Chuck Or Arm Pot Rost l%opkichoice f US GOVT GRIE CHOICE BEEF 1 Lb $128 U.S. Govt Grded Choice Round 158 Stek Ḷ^ Thriftee Sliced Bcon Lb A W A Met, Beef Or Jumbo Eckrich Frnks...C $ 1.09 Regulr or Thick Eckrich Sliced Bologn...12? M.29 Eckrich Smorgs Pk, Smoked Or Polish Susge...:, 1 ; $ 1.49 HBrrud Fmily P$k Slmi Or Sliced Bologn...,, 1 s 1.49 Serve n Sve Fish Sticks 3*X $ 1 Fully Cooked Perch Fillets k» b 59 c Fres-Shore Perch Fillets #79 Steuhowers Beef Sizzle Steks ^$1.59 Bo\og«* i I \\ ftf**** Lb Rib Hlf SLICE PORK LOIN 98 Peschke BONELESS WHOLE HAM Lb OS Wter Added Turbot fillets it Ufflft*

22 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October 30,1974 October 30,1974. CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN 7B 0tMB^ iin* The Mini-Mizer Proves The Big Svings Kill re t Kroger! Mke the Mini*Mize Test. Totl up your shopping list t Kroger then do the sme t ny other supermrket. We expect Kroger to sve you money. OPEN 24 HOURS Most Stores Closed Sturdy Midnite to Sundy 8:00 AM Kroger Fruit Cocktil ZH69 Avondle Tomtoes O O 1-Qt 14-0* Cn Tsty Kroger Grpefruit Juice Swiss Cheese GIANT CANNE FOOS SALE Cut Avondle Green Bens fj^b Cns M f^^b Kroger Applesuce 3 <s-<» O O New Sliced Or Whole Kroger White Pottoes eusaek S* AwitoW* in Ktqtr Strts Fstirnno, elictesfhi eprtments Bked Virgini Hm s 1.09 *» 99 c Old Fshioned Smoked Susge... $ 1.38 Sweet & Sour Cole Slw Red Wx Jumbo Goud Cheese u59 c -79 c Kroger Grde A 1 EXTRA LARGE EGGS Limit 2 With Coupon And $5 Purchse IP CONTAC»I**M e<t«~ MCP-5P>*J w*il Embssy Syrup...:s e \tyk*"*?\l N,r^ Kroger 1 AJIW \f i * tt*«fe> Spghetti Suce r38 e Iss W / " fg ""tc f*s?2! Johnson & Johnson Bby Powder. s 78 3 Vrieties Erth Born Shmpoo: 97 Bunch Arizon Green Onions Golden Sweet trns Lbs For ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ F CVifo*" 18 Fresh Broccoli Fncy Go* or \ Red elicious Apples «* # Axion Pre Sok "Xp f *»/«, * / in, > in 4 «>. I. 2 Lb 6-Oz Pfcg 1 h% Copyright The Kroger Co We Reserve The Right To Limit Quntities Prices Coupons Good Mondy. Oct. 28 thru Surjdy. Now At your ST JOHNS Kroger Store Only! SO :* V- uutb S Grlic Bred is 58 L Choy Bi-Pk - 5 Vrieties Chow Mein... 2Lbl t»cn r $ 1.l Minute Mid - Frozen Ornge Juice,?* 69 Chocolte Flvored Bkers Chips $2, 58 New Crop FLORIA JUICE : «Lb Bg OPEN 24 HOURS Mkes 20-Qts Non Ft Kroger ry Milk Puffs 280-ct Box Kroger Gint I I V White Bred c 1 ^ Tissue I All Purpose 1*1 Crisco Shortening. r $ 2.19 Sr Lee Pecn Coffee Cke 1% South U.S. 27 St. Johns SAVE $ 5.16 UP TO With Coupons, C^p In This Ad ^ l KROGER MINI-MIZER COUPONI r Kroger Grde A With Coupon And $5 Prch** 4. Extr Lrge Eggs oz Ctn 69 Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good Mondy, Oct. 29 thru Sundy. Nov. 3. Subject to pplicble stte locl txes, limjt Two fcrtifvi r^iss i mzm*\ rr^ssfmf^ 32 w^-*^-y~-*»* l i KROGER MINI-MI2ERCOUPONW»»r/Oo2«.*^ t> **, <J Kroner Met With Coupon And $5 Purchse Y^A ^1 Sliced Bologn t6-or PkQ 70 Limit on* coupon per fmily. Prices good Limit Four i Mondy, Oct. 28 thru Sundy. Nov, 3. Subject K A J I to pplicble stte locl txes.» i v v -7 - ^.. SBB^MJO ^ g «y KR0GERMINl-MI2ERC0UPON«B^"o n 4Pkfl^-Y Shelled ^*** Pecns Limit three coupons per fmily. Prices good Mondy, Oct. 28 thru Sundy. Nov. 3. Subject to oofctiie Stte locl t*es. ^C^ _J KROGER MINI-MIZER COUPON*."""^^ ^ 1 20 c OFF ^J «W W B U eprtment pj The Purchse OF 1-Lb Bg "imond Shelled Wlnuts: Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good»-^/vv**2 Mondy, Oct. 28 fhru Sundy. Nov. 3. Subject A Vtf M to pplicble stte locl txes. "^ SlVC/$ y m KROGER MINIMIZES COUPONBB"Bli«W»>fiS Coffee * With Coupon And $5 Purchse» Mxwell -» * -!l House Lb Cn 1 Umli one coupon per fmily. Prices good Mondy, Oct. 28 thru Sundy, Nov. 3. Subject to pplicble stte locl txes. "2 KROGER MINI-MIZER COUPON eodornt Br Sop Irish, Spring Reg Size Brs Limit On* Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good Limit Three _, Mondy, Oct. 2» thru Sundy, Nov. 3. Subject ^ Ay* ml to pplicble stte jo ct fxes. Am 1M Q, S M. M S p, M» M g? m ^j - «KROGER MINI-MIZER COUPON! J-^ "*%^ti. T2 oiic OFF 4U wrr The Purchse Of A Gllon Crton ; Clover Vlley Ice Crem W II VH Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good Limit One [ Mondy, Oct, 28 thru Sundy, Nov. 3. Subject /^^ l to pplicble stte locl txes. C^IWMM CT c! KROGER MINI-MIZER COUPON ^ Sve 20* j-^i 8 OFF ^ i The PurchjB Of Wt Ctn Limit Or>e j Kroger Cottge Cheese Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good Mondy, Oct. 28 thru Sundy. Nov. 3. Subject to pplicble ill c stte locl txes. (i ~3 ^KROGER MINI-MIZER COUPON Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie 1-Lb 7-0? Pfcg Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good t^j\y\ Mondy. Oct. 28 thru Sundy, Nov. 3. Subject»-«.-«, to pplfcwe jtte locl txes:. V 5 J M ^l s^ w n M 0 <s; u fj KROGER MINI-MIZER COUPON»»»"«lUv Fst Relief imit One ^ ^ ^ ^ RAIN CHEC Byer Aspirin 100-Ct Bit Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good Mondy, Oct 2* thru Sundy, -Nov. 3. SuWem to pplicble stte locl txes, f KROGER MINI-MIZER OFF The PurchjffO* Any 2 8-OiiVtPkos Kroner COUPON""** V Limit Oe Sliced Lunch Mets Limit one coupon per fmily. Prices good Mondy, Oct. 28 thru Sundy, Nov. 3. Subject to pplicble stte locl txes. For your convenience personl stisfction wt do ll In our power to hve ll our Advertised) Specils on our JJWIWs when you shopfor them. Sometimes, due to conditions beyond our control, we run out of n dvertised specil. If this should hppen to you, sk t the store office for t RAIN CHECK which entities you to the sme dvertised specil t the sme specil pri*«ny time within 2 weeks.

23 8B CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October 30,1974 Frm Bureu Pge Bord of irectors hold orgniztionl meeting The Clinton County Frm Bureu Bord of irectors held their orgniztionl dinner meeting lst week. One of the purposes of (his meeting is to honor the retiring bord members to welcome the new bord members. Following the invoction given by Mrlie rew from Michign Frm Bureu, the Frm -Bureu womens committee served swiss stek dinner to the bord members their wives. After dinner, retiring president, Frn Motz thnked retiring bord members, Eugene Thelen, Lewis Lonier, une Pltte Rosie Swgrt for their services to the bord over the pst yers. Then new bord members, on Witt, Robert Borton, tieorge Bird ve Pohl Mrs Frncis ershem were introduced welcomed. Bill Kissne presented Frn Motz with gift on behlf of the bord for his mny hours of dediction service s President for the pst yer Election of officers for the coming yer were held the results were s follows: Bill Kissne, president; Jck Anderson, vice president; oug Brook s the third member of the executive committee Mrlie rew, irector Field Services from Michign Frm Bureu ws introduced He explined Mster Medicl Progrm Proposl which be supplement to Blue Cross - Blue Shield Comprehensive Coverge. Mster Medicl coverge py portion of prescription drugs other coverges not provided by the bsic Blue Cross - Blue Shetld contrct This will be discussed further t Stte Annul meeting in ecember t Gr Rpids. With the businnss of the evening tken cre of, the progrm ws turned over to Mr Mrs Jim Pelhm from the Extension Office. They showed slides from their recent trip to Engl. It ws interesting to bee slides of frms in Engl how their frming differs from ours in some wys. Following the slide presenttion the meeting ws djourned. 4S- Gerld Pohl, of lls Township, discusses proposed resolution t the Frm Bureu county nnul meeting. One of the most importnt events on the Frm Bureuclendr is scheduled for Gr Rpids. ec 10 through 13, the Stte Annul Meeting. Stte nnul is one more step in Frm Bureus process of policy development. The process begins in community groups, progressed through county nnul, now on to Stte Annul Clinton County will be represented in Gr Rpids by 13 delegtes: Erl Brks, Neil Hrte, ve Morris, Frn Motz, Lee Urmston, Pul Seeger, ick Woodhms were pproved t county nnul to be delegtes. Attending from the bord of directors will be Bill Kissne, Jck Anderson, oug Brooks. Mrs Frncis ershem. Presidents column Robert Borton, ve Pohl. These j people will be discussing voting on mny issues confronting griculture tody Some of these issues re: strtegic grin reserve, export controls, l use, school txtion problems The convention is open for ll to ttend I hope tht some of yuu might be ble to do so Im sure it help you to underst the working of your orgniztion. One of the highlights of the meeting will be the Thursdy evening bnquet Fetured speker t this time will be US Sec of Agriculture Erl Butz Clinton County, t its nnul meeting, pssed resolution commending Sec Butz for his efforts in sting up speking for fnners. This will be fine opportunity to her the Sec first h. In light of the recent government grin policy. Mr Butz should hve some very importnt things to tell us. Not to be overlooked re the commodity meetings to be held Wednesdy,. ec 12. These meetings discuss problems reserch development in such res s diry, field crops, livestock Certinly there is something for everyone t Stte Annul meeting, Ihope to see mny Frm Bureu members in Gr Rpids in ecember. Following is complete listing of the Resolutions considered by the members of Clinton Co Frm Bureu t the Annul Meeting held erlier this month: 1 Ntionl Win, We oppose government held or controlled grin reserves We fvor irmer-held controlled grm reserves. We sk tht study be mde of the possibilities of Grin Reserve held through the Frmers Coopertive System We believe the best system for production of dequte food reserves is to provide producers resonble profit incentive. Crried 2. Export Controls. We need to continue to export griculturl production if our country is to be ble to buy imported oil other goods. We support the free interntionl movement of griculturl production Crried 3. Welfre to Strikers. Be it, resolved tht we-re opposed-to.food stmps welfre pyments to-persons while-onstrike Crried 4. Wheres the present federl estte tx exemption of $60,000 ws dopted in 1942 be it resolved tht this exemption be rised to level which more relisticlly reflects current property vlues Crried 5 Pr>er in Schools Be it resolved tht we fvor proposed legisltion in which permit voluntry pryer Bible reding in the public schools. Crried 6 SMV Signs. Be it resolved tht the news medi the insurnce compnies publicize stress the mening of SMV Slow Moving Vehicle! signs Crried 7 Frm Produce Boycott. After the experience of previous grpe lettuce boycotts we ieel tht this interferes with the norml flow ot produce to the mrket plce Therefore ue lvor legisltion tht eliminte secondry boycotts their use to force unioniztion of frm workers. Crried STATE \FF\IKS t We reffirm the 1974 Michign Frm Bureu policy -regrding the widening improvement of the St Lwrence Sewy Crried 2 Trnsporttion, We urge fhe County Frm Bureus whose members re served by the Gr Trunk Rilrod line to cooperte in presenting testimony on the U.S. eprtment of Trnsporttion Rilrod Reorgniztion Pln to be relesed Oct 29* Crried i L INe. We must be concerned with the l use issue Agriculturl l is needed should be preserved when prcticble We support county or multicounty l use plnning with emphsis on imputs from individuls locl units of governments. Filure to ct on the locl level my bring bout less desirble stte or federl regultions Crried 4 Brush Weed Control* Rilrods. Be it resolved tht rilrods cut brush prctice dequte weed control on ll of their right-of-wy res l rried 5 \oter Registrtion. Be it resolved tht Clinton County Frm Bureu opposes ny pln linking voter registrtion with the drivers license bureu. Crried - 6 -Be it- resolved tht- -no riders-should be put to ny bill, inly meiidments^tht-re germne to the bill itself should tie llowed Crried 7 Throw Awy Bottles Be it icsolved tht Clinton County Frm Bureu continues to support legisltion bnning throw-wy bottles cns Curried 8 Sles Tx Removl Be it resolved tht we oppose the removl of the sles tx from tood drugs Crried 9 Conflict of Interest- Be it resolved tht no individul should be llowed to serve on ny county bord which covers n industry 6r endevor in which tht individul is involved or hs n interest conflict of interest ) Not Crried 10 Stte Funding uf Locl ("ourfe. Be it resolved tht ue oppose the tunding control of locl courts by the Stte uf Michign Curried 11 Stte Income T\ Limittion ue to the recent opinion by the Stte Attorney Generl, which in effect, extends the time tor tiling tx limittion petitions, we urge ll Frm Bureu members to ctively circulte petitions limiting totl Stte txes to ft $% of personl income Crried 12 Agriculturl L \ssebsment. We recommend legisltion tht will protect prime griculturl ls require ssessors to consider only griculturl fctors in ssessing l used tor tht purpose To prevent misuse it my be necessry to hve "roll-bck" tx feture in the legisltion Crried 13 Noise Nuisnce. We urge more strict enforcement of the existing lws requiring dequte muffler systems on motorcycles, snowmobiles trucks Crried 14 ({^orgniztion uf School istricts, In the pst there hve been introduced m the Michign Legislture number of bills providing tor reorgniztion of intermedite locl school districts b> stte committee ppointed by the governor. ue lo the filure ot these bills to provide tor vote of the citizens u.e oppose this type of mtory reorgnistion Crried 15 1lot ess ion ul Prctices \U Bills!i<n? been introduced in the Michign Legislture tht requue ll public privte school techers to be licensed We teel tht the present qulifiction*strds re dequte oppose the new licensing proposl Crried LliC\L \Ir \IKS 1 I rmlild I.i\ Belief. We cll upon our locl township supervisors to be trined m the new Frml Tx Relief Lw Locl ulticils should tke those ctions necessry to mke the new lws Nenefib vilble to locl fnneis < rried 2 Countj Hods Mny Clinton Cuunty rods need improvements We urge county township ufiieils to plce the improvement widening ot county rods on pnority bsis in 1975 We urge Frm Bureu to ttend township meetings bring this mtter ANNUAL MEETING RESOLUTIONS to the ttention of township officils Crried. 3 Thnks to 4-H Youth. Be it resolved tht we commend the 4-H Clubs other youth groups for their work in the trsh pick-up glss bottle progrm The following Locl Affirs proposed resolutions re presented without recom mendtion- 4 Be it resolved tht the term uf office of the Clinton County Kod Commissioners be reduced from 6 yers to one 3 yer term with mximum of 2 terms tor totl of 0 yers tii»d 5 tv it resolved tht the Count; Kod Commissioners be idectet dher thn ppointed \ul C.t» 6 Beit resolved tht Clinton Countt join the Airport Authority* Not Crried (ILK I- \BJ\) J$l<K.U 1 Thnk-you to Secretry Bute. Secretry of Agriculture Erl Butz hs been sting up to consumer criticism of food prices We commend him Whis st urge him to continue his- support of frmers fir shre of the ntionl economy Crried 2. We resolve tht the Ntionl Frm Bureu get more ctive in getting bck to us like the L Plnning Use Act, Consumer Protection Agency, so Frm Bureu members cn tke ction on them before it is cted on in Crried 3 Tribute to the Membership Tem. In view of the fct tht the number of frms ctive frmers continue to decline membership cquisition in Frm Bureu is not n esy job In spite of this Clinton County Frm Bureu hs incresed its membership gin this yer We hertily commend the fine job done by our Roll Cll vid Pohl the tem of cptins workers Crried $i ST. JOHNS CO-OP " Your Full Service TTie United W&u Supply Center " LEON FELPAUSCH ST. JOHNS PHONE tt yovut...one of the resons were in business. The first with Frmowners policy, the first with Agropln, the first with n enviromentf protection endorsement. All t fir price. And snowmobile, swimming pool outbord motorbot libility is yours... t no extr cost. Check the fcts with Chrlie Foster or... RON MOTZ ST. JOHNS PHONE Office Phone FARM BUREAU INSURANCE GROUP ON KEIM ST. JOHNS PHONE ,, Firm Bureu Mutul Firm Bureu Lir Community Strvfct Inturmct Community Srvlct Acctptct TM When Winter Tkes Hold BE REAY! WE NOW CARRY CO-OP BATTERIES BE PREPARE BUY YOUR gigqgff Most Sizes Avilble NOW rrmn FARMERS Bureu FAftMERS METflOLEUM PETR0LEUM W. M-21 ST. JOHNS Phone BULK FEE SERVICE Rther Sell Your Com? Complete feeds in pellet form delivered direct, re vilble Why not check on thl$? Serving All Your Frm Needs ST JOHNS CO-OP N. Clinton Ph i

24 October 30,1974 CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN the mrket 9B plce *!> +kirk**i^*tt*k*irkirk^^ Help Wnted i WANTE - Cuuk willing to lern He lo work vried huurt. Y.u cn hll dupliction nut t I tie Rod HoUbe, St Juhib mil CARPET SALE IN PROGRESS,-oo 1 AN MORE persq. yd. OFF Regulr Stock Merchise 300 SELECTION REMNANTS V PRICE BECKER FURNITURE FOWLER f TA_LES LAIES - Fshion Wgon of Minnesot Woolens hs prt time openings to show beutiful fshions No experience necessry- Must be over 21. Mnger" opportunities vilble lso If you cn work:? evenings week, hve trnsporttion, like high income free $400. urdrobe, cll Toll Free t 1- fi«ks4ti-u081 sk for Beverly Hughes 27-3-p-I WANTE dministrtor tor crisis Intervention Center serving Clinton Co Prior experience working with crisis sitution with people of vrying bckgrounds ges preferred Applictions t 300 E Sturgis, St Johns, Phone 2Z p-J HOY OR GIRL 12 through 15 tor etroit Free press crrier routes in St Johns tM f ^ \, SPY \ ) CORTLAN ^****S JOHNATHON SNOW APPLES TALr7IA!t#EET^ RE & YELLOW ELICIOUS " Apples Avilble uring Winter Months " Ph Phillips Orchrd \ 8 North of St Johns on U.S. 27 & 3 West SALES & SERVICE NEW EQUIPMENT SET OF UAL WHEELS w/newtire 18.4 x 34 NEW IEA SPREAERS YEAR-AROUN TRACTOR CABS KASCO FOLLOWING HARROWS NEW IEA ELEVATORS 41,46, & 51 ft M&W NO. 300 WAGON & BOX H&S LOA-KING FORAGE BOX CROSS 20 ft. SINGLE CHAIN ELEA ELEVATORS UNHAM LEHR LAOERS KILLBROS. 8 ton WAGON GEARS KEWANEE WAGON JOHN EERE 350 PLOWS (IN FURROW, 5-16") 1065 A WAGON GEARS 965 WAGON GEARS NO CHOPPERS NO. 350 MOWER USE EQUIPMENT JOHN EERE 4020 GAS TRACTpR JOHN EERE PLOW 5-16" JOHN EERE F 125 PLOW 3-16" JOHN EERE NO. 810 A SPECIAL TRASH PLOW 3-16" IHC NO. 70 PLOW 6-16" PULL-TYPE IHC SEMI-MOUNTE PLOW 5-16" JOHN EERE NO, 38 CHOPPER 4TOW CULTIVATOR FOR A JOHN EERE 2010 TRACTOR IHC 40 ft ELEVATOR SET OF NEW UALS RIMS w/used tires 15.5 x 38 SNOWMOBILES 1970SKJ-OO 1971 SNO JET 1972MOTO-SKJ ON SHARKEY John ter* Silts & Strvloe 1ttMi!«E«rtOf St. Lctili Mmnt PART TIME HELP - Kurts Applince looking lor mn interested in prt lime work- Would be needed to help with deliveries in m onlv Contct Kurt t Kurts Applince 27-1-p-l PHONE SALE - Tickets from you home or our office or p-l Business Opportunity HOMEWORKEKS - Ern $800 monthlv ddressing envelopes Hush 25c Gemco. PUB 21244*. Indpls, Ind p-2 Jobs Wnted LAN CLEARING will work stte wide fence rows - woods - vcnt l etc Work done by the hour or by the job Resonble rtes, tree estimtes Cll tl -3 CUSTOM BARN Whitewshing Insecticide dded for lly con trol B G Schfer. Pewino U 1B-U-3 L PVTTISON Construction ( o, bckhoe t renehmg. bsements, sewer hookups, septic tnks, druiitelds All work is insured bonded gurnteed Free estimtes, cll K62-53U6 22-tW Rel Estte HANYMANS SPECIAL - Former Mrvin Hoeft home t 2485 N Wrren Rod in Uvid Go M 21 to Wrren Rd, turn north lor 3-4 miles Site on west side o little sve lot Low down pyment Vent -size monthly pyments mkes you n owner insted ol renter Excellent opportunity- Foundtion prtilly cpped only Immedite possession Nu closing costs or sles commission- See it Mr Reesle, 4500 Lyndle Ave, No, Minnepolis, Minnesot, «12i p-4 AY. WEEK. MONTH or LONG TERM LEASE CAINS, Inc. BUICK-PONTIAC 0PEL-GMC 210W.Highm 2-tf "The Plce Where The Buying Selling Of Things Hppen" CLASSIFIE A PAGES CASH HATE 5* per word Minimum 50 per insertion Sve 25 service fee by pying for your chrged d within 10 dys of insertion. BOX NUMBERS in cre of this office dd $ 1 M ALL CLASSIFIES WILL BE ACCEPTE UNTIL MONAY AT 5 P.M. NEE u new building" Pole or steel; trn) commercil, or industril An\ buv Plnning Fmnuug Building Servicing, let us help >ou Fedew Builders,, lne V i miles south ol Fowler MI* 9 miles north ul l%ut *,ZIH U right Rod Phone colled fii7-5tf? 3811 Abk tor Jim nibob -.j"-4 WANT Tu» sell your L Contct" We buy, pj csh for sellers interest For prompt, lst service, cll Ford 5 LNoble, 1516 Est Michign Ave, Lnsing Phone to37 evenings o-tt-4 VM FUKCElJ TO SELL So Im reducing the price of my_2- bedroom house in Elsie Piione , kulteriluoitoi 27-3-p-4 BUILING" LJTS jiijtile m town country using our plns nr \ours Fedew Builders. Inc ;»B7-»11 li-ti-4 For Rent TRACTORS M.R 85 Gs Frmll H new overhul M.M. 4 St; wide front. Gs LH. 806 iesel J iesel Ferguson 30 (Excellent) BLUE LUSTRE not only rids crpets ot soil, but leves pile wjit lofty J<ent ejectrie shmpouer i\ ens Hrdw re, St Johns p-ti FUR RENT - Untumished 3- hedroom house t 4u7 S Prospect, St Juhns Gs het, references Phone Mrgret Strbel t 64IJ-615U 27-3-p-li FOR RENT - 2 turnished prtments one i bedroom very lrjje 2 bedroom fully crpeted, disposl, relerenee, lese first lst months rent required Cll j-3-p-6 FOR HENT-Furnished efficiency prtment Seprte quiet unit lor single unit, no pets S US U Wnted to Rent WANTE TO RENT - Wnleu l to rent in Centrl Clinton County Ask lor ick Fh y OTHER EQUIPMENT J.. No. 38 Chopper w/2 row corn hed New Ide Hevy uty Loder Myrft 40 ft. Elevtor LH.C. No x 16" Semi-mount" Plow Mstsy Hrris Super 92 SP f Combine w/ben equipment M.F. 260 Chopper w/2 row corn hed & hy hed New Holl 985 SP Combine w/cb & 4 row corn hed Cse 600 Combine w/grin & ben equipment New Ide No. 325 nrrow row picker Husking Bd for Super Picker N.I. Sttler & Son, Inc r\,ja\,_-i>-. Trilers & Cmpers 9 FUR SALE -!%y Shst triler 16 ft. low llite Self contined, y miles north of St. Johiis on 27 to Wilson Rd 2 miles west on Wilson Kd eiulls Mills , $1JUOOU 26-2-p-y START LIVING Get out in *he world once in while in J motor home trom REPS MuTuRHuMEb Come out >ee our I me selection of motor homes we hve lor you to choose Irom. such s the Allegro. AMF Skinper.per Pb titiu-swou 27-l-p-9 Automotive GET YOUK vehicle in shpe now tor the cold months hed We service crs, trucks iimtur homes Cll REPS MtiTOli HUMES lor n p-,-ryiritmeiit tody Ph Wy-yftrt) 27-1-p-ll l RUCKS FUR SALE - 73 Chev 4WU Lo Miles - And Cmper 72 dfoufj 4 speed - Lo Miles Cmper 64 Chevv 1 Tun New- Engine Cmper See t reps in ewitt 669-yy p-ll FuR SALE odge 2 ton ^61 engine. 2 speed xle stw-20,rubber, power steering, 17,000 miles Beck & Hvde Frmrin H " 27-1-p-ll Snowmobiles FUR SALE Mercury Snowtwister 4uu cc Excellent running condition. Extr prts, $1,1)00, or best offer Cll 224- J89B or p-14 Frm Mchinery 18 WANTE - John -eere Trctor model H good condition on Cottrell. G 6239 Anvist r Flint. Michign Phone p-18 the H I good neighbor. FREE MONTHS RENT we will move you free from the Lnsing re. Lrge 45x90 foot lots, full pds ptios, sodded lwns door to door mll service. $65 per rnonth, No Security eposit City Wter Sewer. Wlk to shops in owntown St- Johns. ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOME VILLAGE 609 N. MORTON ST. PH Hogs & Sheep FUR SALE Suffolk rm Cttle - one 3 yer old Cll 5ff7-66I U FALL FEEER tttle iles. Fndj October flth. Fridy November 1st, Fndy becemher thh Michign Livestock Exchnge, St Louis Michign Phone wfl *4-p-2t PET PARLOR - Professionl dog grooming Specil $8,00 20J0 M-21 just west uf OKoiSO f il or725-7u3g 25-5-p-23 PETS - Rbbits lor sle. live or dressed Also hve bbies 20GW ftibbs cii FOR SALE - Lbrdor Retriever puppies AKC Blck, S75. yellow, $100 Cll BU p-23 Horses IIUKSES BUARE. Indoor ren Lemons box stlls vilble Auction Sfe PUBLIC AULTIUN - Centrl Ntionl Bnk will sell 19&y Chevy Nov 2-door Seril No "114278\V23i343 lfu l%y Ford LT 4-door Seril No ywgtif oil 1U-1874 t 9 00 m t the Uvid office 27 1 p-2ti Miscellneous RAILROA TIES excellent condition W 5y to S7 yy cll BS2-2555, Peterson Woodchips p-27 l-ur SALE - Lrge oil burner In gyod wttktrig condition &15 uti lli5ti Clinton St, Fowler Phone 5y3-2WiB_ 271-p-27 "EE i ed> mix euncrete. poured ult. or Lenient work done We hve tleet nt rdio disptched truek^plui erewvf men it needed Fedew Builder, lne. i;218 Wright Kud t Price Rod. Phulie > ibtt-27 AGRICULTURAL-INUSTRIAL LAWN & GAREN EQUIPMENT LesinLi-kentiSServictj Prts "Home Of The Friendly People " MORTON FOR TRACTOR, INC 5122 North Gr River Lnsing. Mich CLASSIFIE BUSINESS SERVICE IRECTORY UsesThis Clssified Listing For Fst Service From Clinton Coutvty Business Firms AUCTIONEER AL GALLOWAY. \UC- TIONEER Used Frm Mchinery & Prts, St. Johns WIN KKEAIEK. AUC- THiNEEK. Frms. Itirj ispersls. Esttes, Households- Apprisls. I.iijnidtions. ewitt J5J7X li!)9-s962 AUTOMOTIVE BILl, FOWLER FOKU. New & Used Crs & Pick-uns. N. US-27. ewitt. (ili.(-272,i J ( wis- R VKK - PONmC. New & Used Crs. 2lu W, liiglnini. Complete Body & Sen ice- Fur the Rest Bu> in New & tnecl Chexrulets see KINGER CHEVROLET. Fowler. Phone 5IM-2I0&. IXiAN FORO SALES. INC.. w \\\ Highm. phone Zl\- 22S5. Hinto-Ford-Mverick- Torino-Mustng. HUB TIRE CENTER. B.F. Goodrich Tires. Ph IK. Front End Alignment. BOBS AUTO BOY, Complete Collision Service, 221-2H2I, «««N. Lnslrig. C& CHEVROLET CO.. New & used Crs. Elsie H62- ikoft. Yon cnt do better nywhere. MOORE OIL CO,, If Its tires, see us.!>0!i E. Stte. Ph !. HETTLEKS MOTOR SALES. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service. Good Used Trucks. CLEANERS ANTES RY CLEANERS, pickup delivery. 103 W. Wlker, phone CREIT BUREAU Clinton County CREIT BUREAU. Phone Credit Reports - Collections. RUGS PARRS REXALL RUG!^. open dily 7:30.m. to 9 p.m Sundy 8:30-12:30 & 5-7 p.m. ELECTRICIANS SCHMITT ELECTRIC CO.. Residentil - Commercil - Industril «u7-< j t. stte St. FARM. RAINAGE JAMES BURNIIAM. Phune St Johns S24-4WJ. \\X St. Johns FERTILIZERS ZEKK FERTILIZERS, K\er> tiling for the soil. St. Johns 221-mt. \bltk\ r.71. FINANCIAL < \PlTOL SWINGS & I.O\N ASSOC. 222 \ (tinton :104, Sfety for Svings since l«!)u. FLORISTS S> it uith C}iility flowers from WOliURYS FLOWER SHOP. 321 N. Clinton. St. Johns. 221*3216. FOOS \NY\s IG\. St. Johns. Home Bked Bred. Pics. Cookies. Choice Mets. Cm-out scruce GIFTS THE TREASURE CHEST N. Clinton. Hllmrk Crds - Russet Stover Cv. INSURANCE Automobile Coverge - Fire Insurnce - Generl Csultv. ALLABY- BREWBAKER. INC. 108^ M. Clinton Ave. St. Johns. Phone SPACE FOR RENT SPACE FOR RENT JEWELRY LKXEYS JEWELRY. Ornge Blossom dimond rings. Bulo\u & Vcutron Wtttles. Elsie. WiLMSOO- HPARTY SUPPLIES & If PYRTY SHOPPE. Pckge Liquor!).m. - II) p in. Mon. Thurs. PH. & St.!i -in - 11 n m 224 \ ( Hnton. PLUMBING IHNKEL PHMB1XG AN HL\TIN(>. Lkensed Mster Plumber Ph : E. Slte St. LAWN MAINTENANCE SPACE FOR RENT RESTAURANT jm.eys FINE FOO. ining & cocktils. Ph s. US 27-imile S. M-21. VACUUM SALES KJKBY CENTER. VACUUM SALES AN SERVICE. New & Rebuilt KirhyV Good selection of other mkes. 705 V US 27 St. Johns, WESTERN TOMS WESTERN STORE. 1 ml. W. Uvid.!)-5t:l0 Mon,* Nt.. Fri. til S. Anytime bv Appt.. X34-544R. TO PLACE YOUR PROFESSIONAL LISTING IN THIS IRECTORY Cll *

25 10B Miscellneous ORER merchise from our mny Christms ctlog for best selections vlues. Finkbeiners, Fowler, 25-U-27 PLANNING winter vction?* Kent motor home lor your vction. Cll REPS MOTOR HUMES for more informtion Ph WANTE - People who wnt tu.sve money Aluminum vinyl steel siding ll trim Winter discount now in ffect ABC Builders* 4tfi U-27 WANTE KEYPUNCH OPERATORS Mny employers hve >.lled lor keypunch opertors in this re Our course could qulify you for best jobs, it week course Cll tolled >51?J J for inturintion Sprtn Kevpunch \eudeim 26-tf-27 EARLY BIR prices on photo.or imprint Christms crds Finkbeiners, Fowler, " 25-tf 27 Wnted Miscellneous WAVlE To buy good Used crs See bees Chevy-Olds, St Johns Phone f IMbfcR WANTE - Logs stundingjjmber Logs delivered io ngr Crd UEVKEAUX SAW MIL!, INC, 2872 N Hubbrdston Kd. Pewmo, Mich Phone ~> , or JOi-zr 4u-tf-28 tt ANTE - -Pts" Pick-All he music lor School Long Knpsck Tel l-p-28 WANTE TO BUY - Wnted \utique «{UiIti> quilt tops Prefer h sewn, but will consider mchine sewn Cll between 10 5 on Tuesdy through Sturdy p-28 Notice CUSTOM BlTCHEKING AN PROCESSING by ppointment We butcher on Wednesdys Fridys Beef- Pork Hlves qurters, lso letd tuts All mets MA inspected. Vughns Met Processing. West City Limits on Kussel Kd just utt M 57. CiirsOn "Tt> Phufte-, Jke \ughn Mt-nc*29 FOR SALE - Prts lor ll electric shvers Leveys Jeueln Elsie i-tt-29 FOWLER KESIENTS-Tke* your ds to Finkbeiners,i Phrmcy for fst, convenient service 5Q-dh-tf-29 CONCRETE WALLS - Fedew Builders, Inc, 6218 Wright ltod,5j miles south of Fowler. Phone587-38U. B-tf*29 WANTE - Good used crs to buy. Cll Bees-Chevy-Olds. St. Johns Phone tf-29 *. CHIMNEY repir inside out, drivewys, sidewlks, porches, bsement wter proofing. Cll , p-29 THERE IS now Timex Repir Service in^ Michign Free estimtes uill be sent on ll repirs, do not send money We lso repir ll other mkes of wtches Plese send wtches to Timex Repir Service, P 0 *Box 128. Kinde, Mich tf-29 I AM NOT responsible for ny debts but mv own fter October mh, Leo Weber 27-3-p-29 FOR ALL Recretionl vehicle prts ccessories, come to REPS MOTOR HOMES PH I-P-29 BINGO - Holy Fmily Church. 510 Mbbitt Rd, Ovid. Mondys 7 pm 16-tf-29 Crd of Thnks 30 SWAGART - We wish to thnk our friends reltives lor helping mke our 55th wedding nniversry so enjoyble n occsion, Ihe minister congregtion of Greenbush tor the plesnt surprize Thnks lso lor the mny, mny crds jf congrtultions All were deeply pprecited Elmer Mble Swgrt ( 27-1-P-30 HYLER - We wish to thnk our Iriends reltives for the crds, gifts flowers We especilly thnk our children grchildren tor our open house on our golden wedding nni vers ry Mr Mrs Zenos Hvler 27-1-P-30 PEARSON - I wish to thnk rs Russell, FiUptrick, Grost, the Clinton Memoril Hospitl stff tor the cre I received while in the hospitl Also thnks to Rev Sheen, iej.tive.ii,j, irieds for. the pryers, visits, flowers, plnts, gifts, crds cts of kindness uhile t the hospitl Since my return home Gerld Person 27-l-p-30 Some Sy Stnley Powell is like Rip Vn Winkle Vote for ACTION not npping mn ELECT onld L Stnton STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 88th ISTRICT Pid Poi. Ad. VOTE TUESAY, NOV. 5th foi WALTER G. NOBIS County Commissioner istrict No. % Lebnon, Essex, lls Pid Politicl Advertisement LOST... BLACK MILK CAN WITH COLORFUL ROOSTER ON ONE SIE... IF FOUN PLEASE BRING TO^ CLINTON COUNTY NEWS OFFICE 120 E.WALKER or PHONE Rewrd Offered! AL GALLOWAY USE FARM EQUIPMENT TRACTORS - COMBINES * CORNHEAS TILLAGE TOOLS - PLANTERS - PICKERS TRACTOR PARTS - REBUILT HEAS GOO SELECTION AT ALL TIMES Phone (517) or First Frm North of St. Johni on US-27 ST. JOHNS, MICH. triner -1 wish to thnk ll of those who sent me flowers, crds, letters the long distnce clls mny of my friends mde while I ws in Henry Ford Hospitl, they were gretly pprecited. My best to ll of you. Gertrude Criner 27-l-p-30 KAHL -We wish to thnkll of our reltives friends who helped us celebrte our 50th nniversry. Especilly do we thnk our children. Jck Bonn Birdstey t ick Crol Mnn for giving us such nice prty. Mny thnks to those who gve us money, gifts, tlowers crds. My God bless ll of you. on Nom Rhl 27-l-p-30 EPKEY - I wish to thnk ll my friends, reltives for the gifts, crds, clls tht I received for my birthdy. Wht the world needs most of ll is" the wonderful people like you. Mry Epkey 27-l-p-30 GRINNELL - We wish to thnk reltives, friends, neighbors Fther Aubio for their mny cts of kindness, the stff of Clinton Memoril Hospitl lor their cre, the Holy Fmily Church, Altr Society for the dinner* It ws gretly pprecited, The fmily of Hurley Gririnell 27-l-p-30 BELLINGAR - We wish to extend our sincere grtitude to ll our reltives, neighbors iriends for the expressions of love sympthy given to us im behlf of our husb, fther grfther, Willim Bellingr We re especilly grteful to those who cme to uur id s>tood by our side during those first dys fter our sudden loss Uur fith hs been" strengthened,becuse of your understing kindness we offer our pryers for ech of you Mrs Willim Bellingr & Pmilv 27-l-p-30 WINANS - I wish to thnk rs Jordn Smith;ll personnel uf the Crson City Hospitl for the wonderful cre, my sister ipl Mdler tor tking me to the hospitl, the Andy Luttig Kenneth Simons fmilies for the mny things they did for me. Also reltives, friends neighbors for gifts, crds, I lowers visits the Womens Fellowship of Mple Rpids All ws very much pprecited Reth Winns * FEEWA - We wish to express mr sincer thnks to Frs. Jmes dnd Albert Schmitt, the Sisters, reltives, neighbors friends lor the msses, pryers, tlowers, food crds during ihe illness deth of husb fther Specil thnks to Mrs Mne Mrtin My G6d bless you ll The Fmily of Chrles Kedew Rel Estte Trnsfers 27-l-p-30 Oct 16 Swnson, Gerldine to Mrshll E Brbr J. ely property in Sec 19, Essex. Oct 16 - Briggs, Roy F Puline Ahr;-Fedew, Jmes H Mry Ann; <Fedew, Kober E Jr Juli I to Fedew Builders Inc, Lot 17, 18 Gibbs dd. Oct 16 - Becker, Luke Jon M- to Robert L Crol A Berry, Lot , Blk 13, Alley, Fowler. Oct 16 - Thelen, Leonrd J. Rose G to Gry L. Brbr J. Thelen property in Sec 11, lls. Oct 16 Alwrd, Lucy J. to Hrold M. Arliet M- Swyer property in Sec 4, ewitt Oct 16 Hufngei; Lwrence E Ruth C. to vid L. Chrlotte A. Terpsm property in Sec 22, Greenbush. Oct 16 Berry Construction Compny to Allen. Elizbeth L. Buxton property ip Sec 24, Victor. Oct 17 - Greenwood, Erl to Albert L. Jr Mxine L. Gllowy property in Sec 6, Binghm- Oct 18 Bechler, Pul L. Jen to Zne R. Helen R. Miskin, Lot 33, Nelsons sub. Oct 18 5 Christie, Puline to Jck Crolyn Lookwood Blk 7, Lot 7, 8, Vneusens. * Oct 18 Odom, Russell G. Sr H. to R. en Georgi I Beck, hot 4, Imperil Shores. Oct 21 Zrun,. Richrd J. Mrilee S..to Richrd Young property in Sec 25, Ovid. CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN Oct 21 - Miller, Robert G. Helen A. to T.J. Fisher, Lot 52, Royl Shores. Oct 21 Hogn, Michel Jcqueline to Ctherine Belle Burns property in Sec 7, Lebnon. Oct 2i Covert, Frederick P. olores L to Steve N. Kthleen A- Lowe, Lot 14, Goverts Woodl Acres. Oct 21 - Brimmer, Sidney E. Moni M. to Wyne L. Hrriet J. Frr property in Sec 27, ewitt. * LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE * Notice is hereby given tht the following stte owned buildings locted in the Rose Lke Wildlife Reserch re, Clinton County, 10 miles northest of Lnsing on Clrk & E. Stoll Rod, will be sold for disposl" by seled bids. A house grge Clrk Rod, Est Lnsing, Michign A house, 8444 E Stoll Rod, Est Lnsing, Michign. AH bids should be sent to the Rose Lke Wildlife Reserch Center, eprtment of Nturl Resources, Route 1," Est Lnsing, Mich , c/o Bob Ankney. edline for ccepting bids will be November 9,1974 t 5*00 p.m. Ech buildin to be sold hs been numbered Indicte building ndmber type of building in your bid. For further informtion, cll Bob Ankney, & re code RAINS - NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOAR OF ETERMINATION Stte of Michign, Office of Clinton County rin Commissioner IN THE MATTER OF Clinton County ringe Lee Brnch of erbyshire " NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOAR OF ETER MINATION Notice is Hereby Given tht Ihe Bord of etermintion, composed of Wlter Thelen, HermnOpenler Wlter Nobis, will meet on November ut AM, t Mildred Brnes residence, pproximtely ^ mile est of Wright Rod on Howe Rod, Egle Township. Clinton County, Michign to her ll interested persons to determine whether the drin, known s Lee Brnch of erbyshire s pryed for in the Petition to clenout, relocte, widen, deepen, strighten, tile, extend, or relocte long highwy for county drin dted October 23rd. 1974, is necessry conducive to the public helth, convenience v. elf re, in ccordnce with Section 72 of Chpter IV of Act No 40 P.A le R Chpmn Clinton County rin Commissioner 27-1 Stte of Michign. In The Circuit Court lor the County of CLINTON WILLIAM M. GRAHAM, Plintiff, v CAROLYN M GRAHAM, efendnt; ORER TO APPEAR. File No O On the 25th dy of October, 1974 n Action hving been filed ginst the efendnt for Judgment of ivorce it ppering from the verified Complint support Aflidvit tht the wherebouts of the efendnt is unknown unscertinble, IT IS HEREBY ORERE (ht the sid efendnt shll Answer or tke such other ction s my l>e permitted by lw on or before the 18th dy of Nov Filure to comply with this Order my result in Judgment by efult ginst Ihe sid efendnt for the relief pryed for in the originl Complint. LEO W, CORKIN Circuit Judge S/Robert S. Brooks Attorney for Plintiff 627 W Allegn St. Lnsing, Mich PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF HEARING Stte of Michign, The Probte Court for the County of CLINTON. Estte of ALE MOORE. ecesed, File No TAKE NOTICE. Oti November 13, 1974, t 10:30 A.M, in the Probte Courtroom. Courthouse, St Johns, Michign, before the Hon TIMOTHY M. GREEN, Judge of Probte, hering will be held on the Petition of Jck Wlker. Attorney for George R. Mrtin, dministrtor of the. Estte of Alfred Mrtin. Looking for Work? REGISTER for WORK t MICHIGAN EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFICE We hiv NEW LOCATION «t 911 E. Stttt Stmtih St. Johm. THE NEW ENTRANCE i* on tt» NORTH SIE. vt th«rear OF THE BUILING. With rrtplt prking in this re. Wt hvt currnt listings of JOB OPEN INGS AVAILABLE throughout th Stt* of n. decesed prying tht the estte of le Moore, decesed be re-opened in order to. dischrge mortgge, tht Joe Brzk or some other suitble persoiv be nmed successor dministrtor. ted: October 25, Jck Wlker 1 Petitioner 117 E. Wlker SI Johns, MI Attorney for Petitioner: Wlker & Moore 117 E Wlker St Johns, Mich 4*8879 Phone MORTGAGE SALE - efult hs been mde in the conditions of mortgge mde by Lloyd E. McMster Joyce McMster, his wife, 238 W. Willims Street, Ovid, Michign to North Americn Acceptnce Corportion, Genesee Towers, Flint, Michign Mortggee, ted July 9, 1973, recorded on July 18, 1973, in Liber 272, on pge 289. Clinton County Records, Michign, on which mortgge there is climed to be due t the dte hereof the sum of Eight Thous Five Hundred Seventy-Six ollrs 93/100 ollrs $8,576.93), including, interest of V-i% per month- Under" the power of sle contined inlid mortgge the sttute in such cse mde provided, notice is hereby given tht sid mortgge will be loreclosed by sle of the mortgged premises, or some,prt of them, t public vendue, t the North door of the Court House inst. Johns. Michign, t oclock AM, Locl Time, on Tues ec lo, Sid premises re situted in the Villge of Ovid, Clinton County, Michign, re described s- Lots J9 20. Block 4. Villge of Ovid, Clinton County, Michign ccording to the plt lecorded m Liber 21 of eeds, pge 367, Clinton County, Records, uring the six months immeditely following the sle, (he property mv be redeemed 1720 Pechtree Rod, NW. Atlnt, G Kenneth M vies. P C 2034 Gurdin Building etroit. Michign STATE OF MICHIGAN IN THE ISTRICT 65-2 JUICIAL ISTRICT WESTPHALIA BUILERS & SUPPLY CO., Michign Corportion, Plintiff,- -vs- ERRYL BROWN, efendnt. ORER - NOTICE File No : 2391 This Court hving entered n Order llowing substituted service of process by publiction istrict Court Rule estblishing proper requirements 1 for service by publiction- IT IS ORERE AN A JUGE tht the following Order/Notice be published in The Clinton County News in the County of Clinton, once week lor four i4i consecutive weeks, commencing no lter thn October 30, 1974 ORER--NOTICE STATE OF MICHIGAN ISTRICT 65-2 CLINTON COUNTY HOUSE, ST. JOHNS, MICHIGAN * Westphli Builders & Supply Co, Plintiff -vs- erryl. Brown, efendnt To the bove nmed efendnt: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE tht n ction hs been commenced ginst you in this Court by the bove nmed Plintiff. If you hve ny lwful defense to this clim or wish to rrnge pyment, you or your ttorney must pper nswer or tke such other ction s my be permitted by lw, by ecember 12, 1974, t the clerks office t the ddress shown bove, in ny event, not lter thn fifteen 115) dys fter service of summons complint. A efult Judgement will be entered ginst you if you fil to do so. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE tht Ihe Plintiff in the bove ction is suing for goods mterils delivered to efendnt between April 2,1973, November 26, 1973, in the sum of Four Thous Seventy Three 53/100*s (4,073.53) ollrs, plus interest, costs ttorneys fees. ted toctober 23, 1974 Frederick M. Lewis, istrict Judge COUNTERSIGNE: Kthleen en eputy Clerk 24-4 M-2i TOWNHOUSES IN OVI LUXURIOUS 2 B«Jroom-*» t«trfc, 1* bths, ir conditioned, crpeted, rntn njfri9mtor. FURNISHE OR UNFURNISHE OVI-SERVtCt AQENCY INC. t * Nvel ornges, pink seedless grpefruit tngeios will be mong items vilble through Frm Bureus M.AC.M.A, ivision on direct member sle from Florid Frm Bureu. Bering the nme Florids Best the produce is top qulity wue. ACEUSS. CITY Ue order. PlMie order Plese order PU«M ordr. Frm Bureu citrus sle now underwy Also vilble will be pound pckges or pecn hlves. i pound bgs of slted inhhe-shell rosted penuts Hi.ensity ornge concentrte elivery will be during the week preceeding Christms OJIER. r OXH MMI cwn_ WWE_ TWMAS BEST" - MCKE0 AM IStRIWTE Bt florifi* AGSlCUCTlMt MWOETIKJ ASSOCIATION, AH AFFILIATE, OF FLORIA FARM BUHEAC FEERATION, ZIP _,VS bu. orton(e) "Florids Best" ornges 9 $6,60... JV5 bu. orton(s) "Florids Bet" grpefruit $6,60.. _V5 bu. crton () "Florid* Best" tngeios fl $6.80 t,., J. lb. begc") o< P*"" Ittlv 0 $2.60. JLfc li. bg(e) of Mlttd in-the-ehell rosted $1.30 _24/l2 ox. cns pr cse "Florids Best" high-density.*... orsng* concentrte 9 $ edline ecember 1 - Plese ccompny order with check mde pyble to Frm Bureu* October 30,1974 edline for orders is ec 6 pyment should ccompny order. Complete the urder blnk below mil to Clinton County Frm Bureu. 407 E Gibbsl St Johns * AU prices include sles tx ** TOTAL _ RETUMI CCWLETE ORER FORK TO YOUR COUHf FARM BUREAU OFFICE-- 1/7*f TOTALS U07. Gibbs St. St. Johns, Michign Ph Slte of Michign, In the Circuit Court for the County of CLINTON IN THE MATTER OF THE BATH PLEASANT HILL CEMETERY Fund URER FOB PUBLICATION )>F ACCOUNTING AN AP PuINTMENT OF SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE AN OTHER RELIEF ocket Nu 4261 At Aession of sid Court held in Ihe Courthouse in the City of SI Johns in sid County this il lv of October, PRESENT- HONORABLE I.Eo W COKKIN. Circuit Judge Notice is hereby given, tht the petition of Americn Bnk & Trust Compny, Michign Vrportion, s Trustee of the Hth Plesnt Hill Cemetery- Fund, prying tht its Eighth Finl In-nnul Account, covering the period from ecember:», 1S71 to September., bellowed, will be herd in the Circuit Court for the County of Clinton in the Courthouse in the City of StJohns in sid County on Mondy, the 25th dy of November, 1974 t 11:00 "clock in the forenoon, or s soon therefter s counsel my tie herd. > It is further ordered, tht t the hme time, sid Petition will he herd upon Petitioners pryer for ppointment of Successor Trustee or other Relief s requested in sid petition, It is therefore hereby ordered, tht notice hereof hhll be given by publiction of copy hereof for 4 weekfs) in the Clinton County News, newspper in Generl circultion in sid County, tht Petitioner cuse copy of this Notice to be served upon ech known prty in interest t his lst known ddress by ordinry mil, with proof of miling, t lest fourteen dys prior to sid hering- ted- October 21, S/LEO W CORKIN Circuit Judge Wlker & Moore Bv: S/Jck Wlker, ttorney 117 E Wlker St Johns, MI PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF HEARING Stte of Michign, The Probte Court for the County of CLINTON Estte of -LILY G. TRESSLER, ecesed > TAKE NOTICE- On November , t 10:30, A.M., in the Probte Courtroom, St. Johns, Michign, before the Hon. Judge of Probte, hering will be held on the Petition for Commencement of.proceedings filed by Jy G Tressler. Creditors re notified tht copies of ll clims ginst the decesed must be presented, personlly or by mil, to both v t Jy G, Tressler to the Court, on or before Jnury 8, 1975 t io.ott Notice is further given tht the estte will be there upon ssigned to persons ppering of record entitled thereto. ted- Oct 21, 1974 Jy G Tressler Petitioner 228 Beth Lne Lnsing, Michign Attorney for Petitioner Clinton Cndy, III 530 South Pine Lnsing. Mich Phone 4B NOTICE OF HEARING Stte of Michign, The Probte Court for the County of CLINTON Estte of CLARA WEBER, File No NOTICE OF HEARING Tke Notice- On November 13, 1974, t 10:00 A M, in the Probte Courtroom, St Johns, Michign, before Hon Timothy M Green, Judge of Probte, ( TUtd&tfot Mr Mrs Clre Moritz children of rurl Gr Ledge Mr Mrs vid Moritz of Lnsing were supper guests of their prents Mr Mrs Louis Moritz Ann on Mondy evening, October 14 in honor of Clres birthdy. On Thursdy, October 17, Mrs Mrvin Evitts, Mrs Robert Eldridge, Mrs Louis Moritz Mrs Willim Ernst ttended the fll rlly of the Luthern Womens Missionry Legue of the Cpitol Zone t Our Svior Luthern Church t Lnsing Mrs H E Rossow spent severl dys recently with her son dughter-in-lw grchildren Mr Mrs Richrd Rossow fmily of Flint. Mrs Willim Ernst Mxine Ernst were visitors of Mrs Euclid Mgeu of Fowler on Wednesdy evening, October 16. Mr Mrs Floyd Foerch entertined Mr Mrs Roy Beck of Mple Rpids t supper on Wednesdy evening. October 16 Mrs Willim Ernst Mxine Ernst spent Fridy evening, October 18 with Mr Mrs Fred W. Psch. Keith Thelen, who ttends Michign Stte University, spent the recent weekend with his prents, Mr Mrs Clude Thelen fmily. On Sundy, October 20, Mxine Ernst ccompnied Mrs Wlter G- Nobis Bonnie Nobis Mrs Vernon Benjmin of Lebnon to St Mtthew Luthern Church t Holt where they ttendthe fll rlly of the ANNUAL TURKEY INNER AULTSS2 7& Pewmo Methodist Church Wed, Nov. 6. 5p.m. to? CHILREN Sl.25 CARL $. OBIRUTNER Wter Well rilling 4" lrger Red Submergible Pumps Wholesle * Phone Alm Retil i hering uill be held on the petition ot Mrjorie T Smith -tor probte ot purported <.wl "f the decesed dted November i tor grnting of dministrtion to Mrjorie T Smith of Route 2, Fowler. Michign 48835, or ^ome other suitble person «tor determintion ot heirs Ct editors ol the decesed re notified tht ll clims ginst the estte must be presented to ^id Mrjorie T Smith t Route :. Box iou. Fowler. Michign proot thereof filed with the court on or before 9 30 A M on Jnury s, 1975 Notice is lurther given tht the estte will be thereupon ssigned to persons determined of record entitled thereto ted October 23, J974 s--mrjorie T Smith Petitioner Ryute 2, Box loo Fowler, Michign Attorney tor Petitioner Hrold B Heed 305 Est Stte Street Si Johns, Mich Phone Luthern Sundy School Techers of the Cpitol Zone. SYMBOL OF SERVICE 200 W. Stte St. Phone ELSIE BRANCH Phone ^1 jr. IMMACULATE 3 BEROOM wicom pletely furnished bsement, 2 cr grge, sliding glss door to ptio, kitchen includes dish- wsher, stove, hood, disposl, beutiful bckyrd, invest in f something for vour future. f #236 frs ACRE FARM NE corner i of US 27 & Prks Rd. will f sell ll or prcticlly ny y prt Nice 4 bedroom < home, brn 40x60 + other outbuildings included, gret loction. ^715 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME on Loomis Rd All brick 3 bedroom on min iloor, 2 bedrooms in 1 1 bsement, nice fmily room.2crgrge,lmost squre feet of liv. spce «232 W CASS lrge older home w.plenty of extrs W. GILES ST 4 to choose Irom, ll hew >W McCONNELL ST. nice 1 fmily home 1 >S. MORTON severl choicest S OAKLAN 3 bedroom > even fireplce- in liv rm f W PARK br new 2 FAMILY income»«swegles-stte 3 FAMILY income on Wlker 4 FAMILY income on M-21 1 RE RANCH on E. Sturgis OWNTOWN building for sle, terms FOR APPOINTMENTS AT OTHER TIMES PHONE: Annette White b Bruce Lsntermn ernll Shinberry Bill Hulley or Roy KOriggi Rnny Uriggs MmbtrofttrKtog Bord ot Reltors ^ f*

26 October CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS. MICHIGAN 11B County Bord of Commissioner proceedings ftitsdy. Septembers. 1W4. Synpsis gl proceedings of Clinton County Bord of Com*- mlssiouers meeting, Aiesdy, September 3, 1974, The Uurd met Tuesdy, Septembers, iy?4 with ll members present K*Uy Muuky ws lso present Minutes ol the August iu lyv4in«.tingwereppr<»ved. Coiiuiiumctioiis uere red: A public meeting uith Cpitol Kvgiun Airport Authority in coopertion with Plnning Consultnts will be held September 5, 1974 t f«nsiug. Michign Cummrs Cilson, Gove, Chmberlin Hwks will pln to ttend. Chirmn Shinbei-y ppointed Commr Chmberlin to ttend meetings of the Cpitol Are Council of Governments Commr Alt Keed will ttend the nnul convention of the Est Michign Touristy Assocition t the Bvrin Inn, Frnkenmuth "ictober 17, iy74 Cymmr Zeeb reported on the joint meeting of the Michign Assocition of Bords of Helth, Michign Helth Officers Assocition Michign Public Helth Administrtor Assocition Mrtin reported for the Helth Committee- Three nutrition centers estblished thru OEO will be locted t Bth Township, UvWM township the City of St Johns strting October 1,1974. Leon Thelen ppered presented fjr Al House of Michign Slte University- Also present were: Hon elo, Leon Thelen, Wlter Nubls, Crol Bushore, H Openler. E Burks, K. Howe, W Hicks. G Mrtin, R Kemus, W. Thelen, N. Theleti Jim Kllim Or House spoke on HB No4^44-LUseBill. P.M. SESSION A *Minrik presented the ction tken by the recunv mendtioj) of the Zoning Commission t their August 15, 1974 meeting. Item L Bth Township. Sec 2tf ftysbergi Rezone K-lA to R-lT Mobile Home Subdivision, pprox. S cres Action tbled until October, Jy?4 meeting- Hem 2 OeWitt Township, Sec 32 lemil esen Kezone R C to KM], pprox. 17 cres Request referred bck to Zoning Commission for further considertion. Item -,. ewitt Township. Sec 27 Zoning Administrtion request" Ketone At to RIB Request pproved Voted crried Ztming Aniemlnieiits,» Section!J Si 1 > - dopted Section»:«"141 dopted * Section 6.33 <W dopted Section HMS *M> proposl referred bck Ho Zoning commission for further study Gerld Sbeprd,neuJy ppointed County Tresurer presented Hie Annul Report uf the Tresurers Office It ws moved -supported to ccept the Tresurers Report to plce on lile. Vuted crried IKE \SCRKU\SREP0UT COUNTY TREASURERS GENERAL FUN RECEIPTS EROM EPARTMENT YjTl County Clerk istrict Court Equliztion Friend ufthe Court ProbtiunOtficer Probte C»urt Register ul eeds Sheriff Zoning eprtment Tresurer Totl TREASURERS CLASSIFIES COLLECTIONS OF FUN FOR!E> W V.41 J, iu.4y4.us (i 15,71U &U fi6,73u.5u 1,612, $1,875, GENERAL * Current Txes \ 1. r- ^elinquent Txes.:.^ si*ij.4.v :i zsisuzei? t-. J^.U7j My Tx Sle Ls Redeemed Ls Reverted Swmp L Txes Expense of Sle Income Interest-Txes Collection Fee Opertors License og Licenses Reclimed ogs Income Tx Interest Erned Child Cre-Pt Joslyn Stte Aid-Probte Judge. Emergency Employment Act Refunds Triler Fees Rents Civif efense Insurnce Bond Recoveries Liquor Licenses Other eprtment Fees Stte/JsTx TB. Subsidy Tx Certifictions Tx Histories Sle of Supplies Reimbursements Child Cre-Subsidy V Sfety eposit Box Inheritnce Tx Revenue Shring Totl BANK BALANCES AS OF ECEMBER 31, 1973 WW.21 1, ,92* , , li ( 732.6ti 41, , J5.87S.00 14, , , , , , U * % ,520, , $1,612, Clinton Ntionl Bnk & Trust Co., Generl Account Clinton Ntionl Bnk & Trust Co, Trust Agency 196,2^7.62 Clinton Ntionl Bnk & Trust Cu., EEA Account 683.y2 CentrlNtionl Bnk, Rod Account 37,603,34 Centrl Ntionl Bnk, PW Construction 464,480 58* Centrl Ntionl Bnk.PW B&I 18, Centr! Ntionl Bnk, PW operting 2,07O.S5 Totl Imprest Csh!,U tw C Investment, Generl loo,ow oo C Investment, Trust Agency Luuouo C Investment. Federl Revenue Shring H7,ti2o.59 C Investment. P W <.!3 W C O: Investment, Cemetery Trust i,j30»>< Totl ly Clinton Ntionl Bnk, Svings Acct Pyble 2SS? 64 U.SSvmgs, Estte liw oo Mi 5.388, Csh in H ,0UU W Totl It ws moved supported to pprove the hjrmg u) ennis uningn s County Plnner t n nnul s liy of ij, 163 I.HJ Overwv presented Property Mngement Cunmiinee report It Ws moved supported to dvertise bids tor redecorting the Courthouse Vuled curried M It us moved supported to pprove the lving uf ujj^phl! mt &t the istrict Court prking lot for cost of S3.ww*drtdteo tu Repirthe drivewy* the PW AtiticiiUre-ExtenstfAi &tiues. It ws moved supported to trnsfer the sum of $5,000 from the iin t-lrge, ccount to the Public Improvement ccount. It us moved supported to pprove pyment of bills for the month of August m the mount of $24, It ws moved supported tu contrct with OEO or Inghm County to estblish nutrition centers t Bth Township, ewitt Township the Cityof St Johns. Gilsoii moved, supported by Henning, to djourn t this time to meet gin Tuesdy, September 24,1974 t 1:30 p.m Voted crried. Meeting djourned t 4:30 p.m. s/ernest E Crter /s/erriij Shinbery Clerk Chirmn Tuesdy. September 24,1974 Synopsis of proceedings of Clinton County Bord of Com* missiyners meeting. ItieSdy. September 24, The Bord met Tuesdy, September 24,1974 with ll members present Betty Mmsky, Judge Frederick Lewis Jn Rederstdt were lso present. Chirmn clled on Judge Lewis who spoke of the new istrict Court fcilities. They re operting *tthiii their budget opertions re proceeding stisfctorily He expressed his pprecition for the new Court fcilities... Minutes of the September 3,1974 meeting were pproved Communictions were red: Helming reported uu the subject ol incresing trvel milege llownce to 14c He moved, supported by Overwy, to pprove milege trvel llownce of 14c per mile for ll deprtments commissioners effective October 1, Voted crried. Four bids were submitted re the County re-pprisl project Two were m non-complince, one uf the low bidders is reported to be hving some linticil problems one compny wishes n extension of the completion time. Henning moved, supported by Gdsou to re-submit for bids on the County re-pprisl proposl with the completion dte extended..to October 1. ly76 Voted curried. The finnce committee met with school uthorities on the request of Bth Tuwtisliip tht the County consider reducing the uiiuge lor the tx yer Henning reported tht the schools re unble tu do so Mrtin reported tor the Helth Committee. Chirmn referred the proposl to chir regulr meeting with the Helth eprtment. Mentl Helth Soci.1 Services eprtment to the Helth Omniiittee to present recommendtion t the Uituljer 8, 1974 meeting He lso reports there will be dely in implementing the nutrition progrm Mrtin moved, supported by Henning, to chnge the nme uf the Helth Cum nut tee lo the Humn Services Committee effective Jnury l, 19"5 Voted curried A resolution huiiuriitg Velum Beufore s County Tresurer A-itif red Guve moved, supported by Zeeb, to dopt the tot (owing Resulutiun Voted crried. RESULimurt "^HhliliAs, VfJm Beufore hs Served Clinton County tor Hunt: tlwn i-.umty-fuur»24 yers s eputy.ojiuy iif.-iuret".. WHEREAS, Vehnu Beufore hs been both diligent lithful in ie efficient dischrge of the duties ut her yfiice. yffen rendering service bove beyond her vested duly;, i«v her ctiimbtc t^empiry conduct, hs [.uruvided i. ;.r tt)t- i :ens ut i.hiiiijii County u service fr bove beyond her vested duty. by her mible exemplry conduct, hs provided lor iho citizens ut Clinton County service tr bove vlue. THEREFORE. Wethe Clinton County Bord uf Commissioners wbh tu hertil> commend extend uur sincere-thnks to VELMA BEAUFORE fur u job well dune tu wish her mny hppy yers tu come f- URTHEK. fhut this Resolution be mde prt uf the minutes ut the Clinton i. uuntv "Budrd uf CummissiuiierSthi.s i4tlv dy uf ScpWrnlier.I374i -M»-- Jiscussion of the County owned property t 105 Okl Street lesed by the Clinton Are Ambulnce Service Inc continued- Chirmn sked if there were ny objections to the lese s presented. There were no objections. Overwy moved, supported by Chmberlin to pprove the signing of the lese greement by the Chirmn Clerk. Voted crried. Overwy moved, supported by Hwks, to pprove chnging from, $100 deductible to $250 deductible collision on our vehicles, from $1,1)00,000 libility to $2,000,000 libility on our umbrell policy. Voted und crried. : He reported on other committee mtters lso on the Tri- County Mnpower Consortium The question rose s to which tke precendent, the Tri-Counlv.Mnpower Consortium Agreement of Mrch 19,1974 or the. TCRPC Agreement of Jnury, iscussion followed on Federl progrms which re being tunded on County or multiple County Consortium bsis. Mrtin moved, supported by Reed, to rescind the TCRPC Resolution dopted by the Bord on Jnury 8, J974. Voted crried. Commissioners expense ccounts were pproved. Hwks reported on the Airport Authority meeting which ws held t LCC on September A plnning firm is presently engged in prepring pln on the future needs of Cpitol City Airport. Gilson moved, supported by Zeeb, to djourn t this time to meet gin October 8,1974t 9:00 m Voted crried. Meeting djourned t 430 p.m s/ernest E. Crter /s/errthshmbery Clerk Chirmn Business Professionl Announcements, Legl News Probte Court HON IIMUTHV M. GREEN Judj;..- uf Probte HtXfcNA H. BUKK Ktelttr uf Probte Wednesdy, Oct^O Hrold S. Berdslee - Clims Snuhi Hrobck License tu :ell Rel Estte Edwin Mier - Finl Account LeunH Hiit Sr Finl Account ur Lowtey Probte ot Will Lee vid Johnson Clims Outlid H.lmes - Fml Acll.Mjt Feidinijj V Mttiv* HisuL-. Hunier bciiworer Annul Account Grover C Ruof - Probte of Will _ ^ _ Hel Estte Trnsfers "From neurits m ofilee ut Kegister uf eedsi Oct 15: ionise, Ptrick Brbr fomrtonhdceli V. ecker, Lot 1, emmer Industril Pk Oct 15: Blemster. Mrgie B to NJ. Betty Blemster property in Set 2, Esse.v. Oct 15: Blemster, Mrgie B to Mrgie B. Blemster, N.J. Blemster; Beverly Bker property in Sec 2, Essex Oct if.- Gilbert,.Chrles E.-isuf *u Tuwiislup uf ewitt property m Sec 10. ewitt Oct is Lrrs T \chuefer, Inc to n E Add E.. Brnes property in Sec 2M. ewitt O.l 15 - Zvite,.l*! A to C Lee Sue A. t trdersuit property m Sec V3, Olue Uctio Pederson.C Lee Sue A to LioneT ons M. Bower, Lot 44. Prince Est Oct 15 - locco. Rlph N. Anit J lo Robert G Bllrd property in Sec.17, Victor Oct itf Juhnson. Chrles Evngeline to Keith B. Brbr "J- Grubugh property Iri"Sec 6, Greenbsh i:. jtii.t SEE THE 1975 CHEVROLETS LA7SIBA1SIK 1104 y. lfo-27 V\u St. Johns, Mich, Serving Americs frmers: Providers ot Plenty SEE US FIRST FOR FARM LOANS New Fcilities? Repirs? Expnsion? Moderniztion? Veg Notchbtk Coupe STATIONERY, INVITATIONS For The Bride COMPLETE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE Clinton County News 120 E. Wlker St. Johns Ph S1 Zephyr, i.»* i MOORE OIL CO. Chrge your pun lrdsf J!» 10 r^^i-> d ST. JOHNS *Ph PLUMBING AN HEATING PRESIENTIAL* COMMERCIAL *QUALITYW0RK UNKEL PIUMBIKG I HEATING St, Johns Phone No job is tou lrtje or tou smll for CAIWS COMPLETE AUTO BOY Any Mke-Any Model notrijiirit; (inthig-ketunjitfoning ("lie ntiest wutkiilnsliiri nukes II look like n^w. Bulck CAINS INC. Pontlc Op«I 210 Highm St. Johns , GMC EINGER CHEVROLET FOWLER All hpes of printing Fst service Low prices 120E.WALK6RST., ST.JOHNS. MICHIGAN 4B879 TELEPHONE: 617/ SEE THE 1975 CHEVROLET t EINGER CHEVROLET 5SS: Mwm CARS NOVELTYS PARTY GOOS & RUSSEL STOVER CANY tbttfiw H I E J THE TREASURE CHEST 220N.CIfiriort-Jt.Joh[K lihljs skldoo SALES REPAIRS, ACC SSO»i 5 HENTAlS Jhn 0»tr» OKC OF MICHIGANS UKJKT fastt CtMW OPEN 7 AYS BECK & HYE FARMARINA, INC, Cll H<tur$; Mn thru Frf 8,m- * 9 p.m- S*t ind Sun 9.m. - 4 p.m. Lodrtod on N. Ut Ml. No. of St. Jehm

27 12B CLINTON COUNTY NEWS, ST JOHNS, MICHIGAN October 30,1974 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AveHl)M.C4rsen,MlnIs.t*r Sturdy. November 2» 12:30 p.m.- Junior Chdr rehersl 100pm.-Chlldrens Choir rehersl Sundy. NofemoerJ 9 45.m.-Church School ^ H OOmMonimg Worship, 7 30pm. oublets Tuesdy. November 9 8:00pm Mbel Mter Wvtton Wednesdy. November 6 «.«p.m.lmd Scott ivwon-wilcox Hll 7 00, p.m -Senior High Choir rehersl 7:30 p m Bord of Trustees 8:00 pm.-chncel Chdr rehersl FIRST UNITE METHUISTCIiURCH Box Est Slte Street St Johns. Michign Frncis Crl Johnnldes.Minlster Church School 9:30m Worship Service U:00m Wednesdy, uctober 16 Pryer Prise,8:00pm Thursdy, October IT Girl Scout Troop 522 3:lSpm Crd Choir 400pm Chpel Choir 6:30pm ChncelCboir 7;30pm Sundy,, October 20 Lymns Sundy Hy Hobles n interntionlly recognized gospel music tlent from Los Angeles. Cl will be with us during our morning service. Knight Templrs will be our guest during the ll 00 m wurship service, Tuesdy. October 22 ButhCircle l:30pm J Elizbeth Circle i :30 pm October Jth. New life Mission with Gry Bergel his fishnet Tem Cll the church Tor mure informtion. Church Office Hours: Men Thurs 3:00-12 Noon * 1-3:30 pm Fridy 9 00 ml2n«on Phone Nu FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t _ ^oulh US-27 PulA.Trvis.Piistur 9 45 m Bible School m Worship Service 11 m Childrens Churches 6 pm INT1ME HI-TIME l pm Evening Worship 5 00 pm Church Trining " rw pm Evening Worship Ech Wed? pm The Hour of Power (or the vhoie fmily 8 pm Choir prctice. 8 pm Choir Prctice Jr Bsketbll First Sundy icommunion Service First Tuesdy econs Meeting Second Tuesdy Ldies Missionry Circle. MofcFfi "Moments of Medittion:*" 915 m Rdio WRBJ Church office hours 9-12 & 1-3 Mon thru Fri_ ST JOHNS EPISCOPAL thlrch Cornerof Med Wlker Rectory 406 E. Wlker Phone uef ice 34-28* 1973 Schedule Every Sundy * m Moiy Communion 2d & 4th Sundy io m ftoty Communion Sermon Other Sundys 10 m Morning Pryer Sermon Nursery & church school 10 m for nursery through Gin Every Mondy eve 7 pm - Spiritul Heling Service lit 3d Mondys 7 pm Senior Citizens 3d ti 4th Tuesdys Nm Senior Citizens Every Tuesdy morning evening weight wtchers 2d Wednesdy 1-5 pm Fmily Plnning Clinic 1st & 3rd Wed morning OEO Nutrition Clss Every otherwed even! ng730 Cdet Girl Scouts Every 4th Thursdy Jycettes 8 pm Every Thursdy 8 pm AA Al Anon Evert Fridy 3:15 pm Brownies CHURCH OF CtHUSTOFSTJOHNS 400 EStte JohnPhipps.MInisler 9:30 m Sundy school 10:30 m Morning Worship 5:30 pm Youth Fellowship 7:00 pm Evening Service Wed 700 pm Pryer Meeting Cll tor more informtion ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Willim C Hnkerd. Pstor Rev Rymond Goehring _ Associte Pstor, Rectory Linden St - Ph Convent S. Okl -,Ph School E, Css -^ Wi Mss Schedule.Sturdy Evening 7 pm Sundy - 7:30, 9.10:30 12 Holy ys See bulletin Weekdys * 8:30 m 7 pm Scrment of Pennce - Sturdys, tofi emitter 7 pm Mss until 8:10 pm. Weekdy cvenlnss- frew minutes before evening Mss. First Fridys-StfHUnent of Pennce. Thursdy Iroffl 4 tos gm fter lbs i-veningmssiintll ll re herd. Mss pryers of Adortion t 7 pm. Holy Communion on Fridy t 6 7:15 m. Adortion of the Blessed Scrment. Thursdy 7 pm on First Fridy fter evening Mss. evotlons-our Mother of Perpetul Help Noven fter 7:15 pm Mss ech Tuesdy > Religious Instruction Clsses-Adult -Inquiry Clss. Tuesdy t 8 pm. High ScbootCC. Wednesdy sl7;» pm Public Grde School CC.Tuedysfrotn4uhJii$ put. Bptisms-Ech Sundy t 1:30 by ppointment. Other Arrngement by ppointment. i i M M m i T r A ^ W STJOHNSl!JTHERAN«-l"!BC1J, i Missouri 8yn«d) RevMichdRRiU Pstor m ivine Worship R:0O m Mtins Service. 3rd Sundy ech month t-00 m Sundy School Bible Clsses Holy Communion Isl 3rdSundy ech monlheuw:15rn. Church Office Hours - 9:00-12:00 Mondy. Wednesdy. Thursdy Fridy mornfnu. Adult Imtrueoon-i:»pTnfc 7pm Mondys WeekdySchooUndConflMntlcnClsse - Wednesdys, 3:304:00 pm Ldies QM - LHML 2nd Wednesdy ech month t 7:» pm Elderf-Tudys t 7100 pm EvnjeBitf-Thurfefys t 7, OP pro YouUvJnd ft 4th Sundys it 4*0 pm Councils Committees 1st Tuesdy oeh month t 7:36 pm Office Telephone: 3M-3S44 Prsonge Telephone: 3H-7403 Eductionl Wing Telephone: 3«*1*9 WomensgifcfeSjdr*Ttf«, Wetf.Thwrc cll for time plce. JESUS CimiSTUTTKRAYSMNTS -W7E Glbb fjhb+ch.khoftl 10 e tiwfc Wortyp Mr4e U oclock Next Sundy in Clinton County churches ASSEMBLY OF GO SUS-27ft E.Bldwin Jospeh F Eger, Jr. Pstor 10:00 m - Sundy School 11:00 m Morning Worship 6» pm - Youth Service 7:30 pro - Sundy Evening 7:00 pm - Wedesdy. second fourth WMC 730 pm = Wednesdy evening service PRICE UNITE METHOIST CHURCH Rev rold B.Boyd 9:45 m Church School 11:00 m - Morning Worship Womens Society meets the lst Wednes* dy of ech month inner t 12:30. Meeting t i.-».,, Youth Fellowship meets the first third Mondy of ech month t 7:30 pm. Council of Church Ministries Administrtive Bord meets the first Sundy of ech month following potluck dinner t noon, Youth choir meets ech Wednesdy t 7 pm. Senior choir meets ech Wednesdy t 7.30 pro ^» ^ - i * J LHOVAirS WITNESSES Kingdom Hll 1993 North Lnsing St Tuesdy,.>7:30 om. Congregtion Book itudfes. Text studies ttie Ntions Shll Know Tht I Am Jehovh - How? Thursdy,!;sopm Theocrtic Ministry School - Texts Used; "Bible" "Aid to Bible Understing" 8:30 pm Service Meeting Sundy. 9:30 m Public Lectyre - Given by Qulified of the Wtchtower. Bible Trct Socleiy m - Wtchtower Study Current issue ot the Wtchtower" mgzine I studies. PUBLIC INVITE NO COLLECTION TAKEN FIRST CHlItCltOFGO StJohns Corner of Mil ewitt Rd Phone m Church School. n ;» m Worship Service, 7:00 pm Evening Worship 8 00pm YouthFeilowshlp 1st 3rd Sundy of the month.. Wednesdy pm Fmily Bible Study i CHliiCll OF THE.VA2ARENE 515 North Lnsing Street Rev Kenneth Anderson - i Phone m > Sundy School it 00 m - Morning Worship 6 15 pm - Young Peoples Service 7 00 pm Evening Worship. Wednesdy. 7:30 pm Bible Study pryer hour FREE METHO1STCHURCH 305ChurchStreet Phone 2M-3349 Robert Bentley. Minister m - Sundy School 1100 m - Morning Worship 600 pm Evening Worship pryer service s nnounced. SALEM UNITE METHOIST CHURCH USj County Line Bd Pstor Pul R. Jones Phone Prsonge & Office 2620 E. Mple Rpids Rd. Eurek. Sundy. oroo Worship Church School 7:30 pm WSCS Third Thursdy ech, month SEVENTH AY AVENT1ST 1400 & Okl Eider. E.F Herel. Pstor Services held on Sturdy 9 IS m-oiurth Service 10:30 m Sbbth School Service WESTPILURIMUNTTE" METHOlSTCHUHCH Corner of Prks GroveRd. RevBrlnK Sheen.Minister 9.30 m - Worship Service 10:45 m - Church School SIIEPARSVILtE UNITE METHOIST CHURCH roroidboyd.pstor 4«ivision Street Est Lnsing. Michign 9 ft) m Worship Service. 10:45 m Church School Wednesdy: 7:00 pm Choir prctice. 8:00 pm Pryer Service. Administrtive Bord first Mondy In the month. Gener) meeting of WSCS third Thursdy in Jnury, April September. Afternoon Circle meek second Thursdy t ihe homes of members. Beren Circle meets third Thursdy evening in ech month t Ihe homes of members. WAYSIE BAPTIST CHURCH Pstor Rev Roy Green The Corner of N US-27 Roosevelt Rds. Sundy School -10:00 m Morning Worship - 11:00 m Sundy evening - 6:00 pm Wednesdy evening service 7:00 pm, A church where everyone is welcome ewitt Are WAYSIE CHAPtiL ABIBLECHUBCH 1437 Turner Rod, ewitt Rev ougls Bech. Pster Phone 4S9-9S51 10 m Sundy School Hm Worship Service 8 pm Young Peopte 7 pm Evening Service 7:15 pm Wednesdy > Bible Study Pryer A friendly church with messge for tody. Bible Loving - Bible Believing - Bible preching REEEMER UNITE METHOIST CHURCH 106 N. Bridge St Richrd L. Clrk. Pstor 6:»»rh - jworshp (nursery provjdedj lo^m - Coffee Fellowship Wo Church School Jtme-Augttet; COMMUNITY OF STJUE Ctholic Church Fther Jerome SchmlU. Pstor WWltom.eWlrr Atb/ Mst: Mon Thurs - 7:30 pm Tut*. Wed, Fri 7:09 m Sundy Mss: :1$ m Services t Mfddts School, ewitt FIRST CHURCH OF GOO M-Sl&cWiURd RcV.W-JtffWetob.Piter Phone: Church 3M-7IM Prsonge 2»*<i 1:30 m- Sundy Homing Coffee k Fellowship Time I.U m-prfrsunfy SwwoJ Qukt Time 10:00 r-sundj School ll:00-mornln Worship 8:«6pm-i«rPrctf«t 7100 pm-finmng Wwihlp-&eiMriott fc Fellowship,.. All Ourch«s in Clinton County re invite* to send their weekly nnouncements to The Clinton County News. They must rech us by It.m. Mondy to Insure publiction (n the current weeks issue. Wednesdy: 7:00 pm-sr Choir Prctice 7:30pm-Jr Choir Prctice ChiWwji Circle 7:30 pro-bible Study, iscussion k Pryer Youth Fellowship 1st it 3rd Sundys fter the Evening Service Women of the Church of God - Meeting 1st Tuesdy ech month EASTeWITTSIBLECilUnCII (Nn-enomlntlonli Round Uke Rod «mile Est of US-27 GitnJ Frhhm.Pstor Sundy 10 m - Sundy School. Clsses for ll ges,. 11 m - Morning Worship 5:45 pm Youth Fellowship, Senior, 14 up: Jet Cdets pm - Evening Service Wednesdy 7:» pm Bibie Study Pryer- Supervised nursery for bbies smll children In ft services. "An open door to n open bock"»- A Bible preching church with messge for you.,.. SOUTH UILEY BIBLE CHURCH Wlllrd Frrier. Pstor Locted h mile est of Frncis Rod onchdwfdcrod 10 m - Sundy School ilm Worship Service HOPB-LUTHERAN CHURCH 308W-Herbi«mRd. ewitt Sundy School 9 rt Worship 10:30m STANNE-S EPISCOPALOWR CH Corner US-27 Webb Rod Rev Glenn V.Ctbey. Jr. Vicr Residence Church ? First & Third Sundys Morning Pryer A m Second It Fourth Sundys., Holy Communion 9 m " VALLEY FARMS BAPTiSTCHURCH 214 E Stte Rd Lnsing 1 9:45 m Sundy School m Morning Worship Service " 5:30 pm Youth Groups BeglnniRg with the 4lh Grde.- 7:00 pm Evening Service WENESAY 7:00 pm Pryer Service SOUTH ewlttchuri, OF CHRIST mi fferbison beside ewitt High School Minister: r Jmes Glrdwood Tel or 628^000 9:20 m Bible School 10:30 m Morning Worship Communion Weekly 6:30 pm Youth Groups 7:30 pm Evening worship Wednesdy. 7:30 pm Hour of Power: Pryer Bible Sludy Thursdy. 7:30 pm Clling Progrm 1 Fl RST BAPTISTCHURCH OFeWITT.SBC ftev Jerry Cole. Pstor ewitt Rd Sundy School m Morning Worship - U:00 m»8 oclock - Church Trining 7 oclock Evening Worship i Midweek Pryer Service 7:30. Youth ffifiowship 2nd" 6 4th Sundy t 8 oclock. Join us In worship where everybody Is somebody Christ is Lord." For more informtion cll or write Box 308, ewitt. VALLEY FARMS UNITE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Rev Neil Bolinger. pstor 155 E. Stte Rd Phone :30 m - Sundy School 11:00 m - Morning Worship 7:30 pm - Sundy evening Evngelistic Wednesdy. 7:30 pm - Youth Service Thursdy. 7:30 pm Bible Study We cordilly invite you tottend ny or t of these services Listen to our interntionl brodcst HARVESTIME Sundy morning t 10:30 m WRBJ on your dil. ST PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH MfSSOURISYNO 5mHeswestofStJohnsonM*2j Si miles south on Frncis Rod 2 miles west on Church Rod RogerV Helnte. Pstor 8:00 m - Worship 10:30 m Worship 9:15 m-sundy School bible Clsses. Holy Communion first Sundy of the month t 8 m. third Sundy of the month t 10:30 pm. 5TTHERESECATHOLICCHURCH Fthers Frncis Murry Lwrenceelney Rectory: 102W_ Rolph, Lnsing Phone Mss Schedule - Sturdy- 7 pm. Sundy: Holy dy: Eve before t 7:30 pm 7 k 9 m 5:30 & 7:30 pm Weekdy Msses: 7:30 m & 7:30 pin Pennce: 4-5 k 8-8:30 pm Bptism: Sundy t 1 pm. Plese cll in dvnce. ^^ ewitt COMMUNITY CHURCH tlnter-denomintion MurJ J. Estmn, Pstor JimMcGovney. Sundy School Supt Mrilyn Kroi.Co4upt ;i:45 m - Sundy School 11 m Cfcurcfe 8 pm - Youth Fellowship 7 pm - Sundy Evening Service 7 pm * Wednesdy Bible Study Pryer Meeting Ovid Are THE UNITE CHURCH OFOVI West Front Street Rev Clude B. Rldtey. Jr. Pstor t. Worship Service <-10 m Church School - It m «Nursery service for l) children up to 2nd grde.. - WEBLEYAN HOLINESS CHURCH l27w.wllii»mst,ovid RevLoydKeely 10 m Sundy SchdM Morning Worship. Sundy Evenlhgjs 7:10 pm 7:» pm Wednsedy Pryer Meetings OVIFIRSTBAPTISTCHimCH M but Ok Street Rev Erl C. Copelln, Pstor Pul Johnson Church School Supt :«m Church, fchoo. U:» m Morning Worship. 7 pm Evening Fellowship. Wednesdy 7 pm Prjw Blbk St*; 8 pfti Senfr CMr - OVIrREEMETiHllST ChlUCf! ^CnoPB*wflrI, «*»:*vwon,, litn.mlnst.ovhi Bet Richrd Gterni. prsonge Phone H4-S47I 19:00 m Sondey School!!:» m Morning Worship (:»pm Youth r.m.y 7:30 pm Evening Worship 9:30 m Ldles Bible Study every Tuesdy 7:30 pm Wednesdy evening Pryer Service 8:00 pm Teens SoftJbll every Fridy HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH 510MbbltRoeti.Ovid Fther Joseph AuWn 10:30 m Mss on Sundy 7:00 pm Evnlng Mss on Wednesdy Confewiont 14 to 10:30 on Sundy morning CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wyne GlsSmon M-2itEtsieRd 9:45 m Sundy School 11:00 m Mornihi Worship 7:00 pm Evening Worship 7:00 pm Wednesdy Pryer meeting ST PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH Fowler H.E.R0BSOW. Pstor 9:00 m Worship 10:00 m Sundy School Fowler Are STRAULLUTHERAN CHURCH FoWler H.E.Rossow. Pstor 9 30 m Worship 10:30 m Sundy School Vid Bible Clss MOST HOLY TRINITY CHURCH Rev Fr Albert J. Schmitt. Pstor Sturdy Evening Mss - 4:30. 7:00 oclock pm Sundy Msses 8:X, 8:30.10:30 m Holy ys - Holy y Eve. 4:30 pm. 7:00 oclock pm. Hoty y - 6:30 * 8:30 m Sorrowful Mother Noven -uring school yer 7;30 pm. summer months 8:00 oclock pm Scrment of Pennce Sturdys 3:30 to 4:00 oclock pm fter 7:00 oclock pm mss 1st Fridys - Thursdy from 11:00 m to 12:00pm, 3:30 to 4:30 pm k 7:30 pm until lt re herd Bptism - Sundys t 12:30 pm by ppointment. Other rrngements by {ppointment Elsie Are ELSIE METHOIST CHURCH Rev vid litchf Setd. Minister - 9:30 m < Morning Worship 1030 m - Sundy School. Supt Merle Besc UPLAINMETHOISTCHURCH RevvldUtchtleld.Minister 10 m - Sundy School. Supt Kenneth Kiger U m Worship Service FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 10 m Sundy School Rev Cowley. Supt 11 m Worship Service 6:30 pm Junior & Senior B.Y.F 7:00 pm Evening Service 700 pm Wednesdy, junior Senior Chdr Prctice.. _"" 7:30 pm Wednesdy, Pryer Bible Sludy UPLAINCHURCHOFCHRIST 3 miles west Ovtd-EIsteHigbSchool 5565 E. Colony Rod Justin She p rd, Minister Bill Nichelson. YouthMInister 9:45 m - Sundy School 11 m Church 6 pm < Youth fellowship dult Bible Study 7 pm - Evening Service 7 pm Wednesdy - Pryer Meeting ST CYRILCATHOL1C CHURCH Rev Thoms M Kowlczyk. Pstor POBox97.517E.M!nSt Bnnister Phone: Sundy Liturgies: Sturdy * 7:00 pm Sundy - 8:30 10:30 m Holy y Liturgies: 7:70 m 8:00 pm Confessions One hlf hour before ll Sundy Liturgies. EAGLE UNITE METHOIST CHURCH Rev Ry McBrtnie. Pstor Telephone or *30 pm - Morning Worship 10:30 m - Church School 7:30 pm - Wednesdy. Bible Study pryer meeting EAGLE FOURSQUARE CHURCH Rev Mrs Royl Burnett. Pstor 10:00 m Sundy School 11:15 m - Morning Worship 7:30. pro Wednesdy pryer meeting, FAITH BAPTISTCHURCH vmj.zlmmer.pster lone mile north of trffic light-elte) Sundy Bible School 10:15.m. Morning Worship 11:00.m. Evening Worship Wednesdy Pryer Meeting 7:00p.m. 7:00p.m. Bth Are BATH VSI1Z METHO18TCHURCM Rev Clrence Keith 9:45 m Church School 11:00 m Worship 7:00 pm Bible Study BAT! f BAPTISTCHURCH Rev Richrd Cole, Pstor 11:00 m Morning Worship «:» pm Youth Fellowship 7:30 pm Evening Service Midweek Service on Wednesdy 7:30pm REORGANIZE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRI8TOFLATJERAY5A1NT8 Corner UpfcmSd *SWI Rd Elder Je rry Blrd Sundy School -10 m Preching Service 11 m Choir Prctice - Wednesdy 6:30 pro Midweek Pryer Service - Wednesdy 7:90 pm 1, Everyone welcome Fulton Are FULTOK FULLGOSPELCHURCH t miie est of Pwrtrton on W-17.. H mile south Rev LymShunk, Pstor 1:45 m - Sundy School 11:06 m Morning Worship 7:00 pm Youth Service 7:48 pm - Evening Service 7:46 pm Thursdy. Pryer prise service Pewmo Are UNITE METHOflt CHUKCH Pewnw, Michign ruerdwfter ISftHortMt rive 1. leli - Sundy: 10:» m Morning Worship 7:«pm United Methodist Youth Fellowship " WSCS metis Uvi Thursdy of tht month t 3 pm 8T JOSEPHS CATHOLIC CHURCH Pewimo.MkWMii RtR«vMiirThnuJ r Btinr,MA Pster -- Mss -7:30 m Sturdy 4 30 pm k VM pm Sundy 8:80 m 4 10:09 m Holy Bptism ~ Sundy. 1 pm i Scred Confession - Sturdy, S:K 7:30 pro Fmily Holy Hoi c tor Pece * Sturdy. 7:15, pm Gunnisortville Are GUNNISONVILLK UNITE METHOIST CHURCH Clrk Wood Rods Rev PiU ScWebner. Minister 9:30 m Church SeryJee 0:46 m Sundy School Westphli Are STMARY-8 CHURCH Westphli Rev Fther Jmes Schmitt Her Jmes J.Scftmitt-Admjnistrifor Phone Sturdy Night Msses: 4:30 k 7:00 pm Sundy Morning 6:00. 8:00.10:00 Weekdys Mondy 6 Fridy 7:15 k 11:30 m TUei k Thurs 7:15 k 8:30 m Wednesdy 7:15 k 7:30 pm Holy ys5:30.7:»fc 11:20 m.7:30pm Wednesdy Eventf Mss 7:30 pm Mple Rpids Are THE UNITE METHOIST CHURCH Mple Rpdi Pstor Rev J. Thoms Churn Prsonge-Middle ton. Phone Sundy 9:30 m Worship Service» 10:30 m Sundy School, Tuesdy 7:00 pm Senior Choir Prctice Wednesdy 2nd Wednesdy ech month 7:00 pm W.S.C.S, Thursdy Bibie Study GREENBUSH UNITE METHOIST CHURCH Scott Mrshll Rods Pstor*- Normn Wood Sundy. 10:30 m Church School 11:30 m Church Services WSCS 3rd Wednesdy t 8 pro LOWE UNITE METHOISTCHURCH Lowe North Lowe Rod ^ Minister Rev Hrold McGuire Sundy School 9-10 m Church Worship 10:15-11:15 Choir 8-9 pm Thursdy UMW 7:30 2nd Wednesdy of every month Pryer Study Group eo.vgregational CHRISTIAN CHURCH 410S. Mple AvcMpte Rpids Rev Hector Goodll - Pstor Phone m Worship Service It m Church School 7 pni Song Festivl (Everyone welcome! Wed Night 6:30 & 7_» chdr prctices Thurs Night 8 pm Fellowship Service Eurek Are CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH 2619 E. Mple Rpkls Rd Rev Pul R. Jones. Pstor Phone m - Bible School for everyone ]} m Morning Worship 7:30 pm - Adult Bible discussions. Nursery provided during services 6:30 pm - Youth Meeting* 6:45pm-Wednesdy,JrChoir: Chncel Choir. 7:30 pm 2:00 pm 3:00 pm Mtherton Are MATHERNON COMMUNITY CHURCH Sundy School Worship Service Wcoust Are WACOUSTA COMMUNITY UNITE METHOISTCHURCH Rev EdwrdF. Otto, pstor Phone Morning Worship: 10 m Church School Clsses 11:15 m Jr ST Hi Y.F 6:00 Phi Cherub Choir. Wednesdy 3:45 ilm Youth Choir, Thursdy 6:45 pm Chncel Choir. Thursdy 7:30 pm WSCS Noon Meetings every 3rd Wednesdy WXYZ Noon Meeting every 1st Wednesdy Council on Ministries every 2nd Wednesdy t?:» Administrtive Bord. 4th Mondy of every 3rd month. Victor Township GROVEBIBLECHUKCH Rev Robert Prnge.Pstor Price ShcprdsvUIe Rods 10:00 m Sundy School, Clsses for ll ges 11:00 m - Morning Worship 6.30 pm Young PwpJe 7:30 pm - Evening Service 7:30pm Wednesdy, pryer meeting Ldhe Missionry Circle meets 4th Thursdy Coupte Club meets 4th Sturdy in month Lnsing KIHBERLYCHURCHOF CHRIST 1007 Klmberly rive Lnsing, MkNgn JbhflKf* 11 m Morning Worship lom-bibleshidy I pm Kvoring Worship Midweek service 7:90 pro Wednesdy ntsht Brldgeville Are ORrflEVILUCGOgPELMlBftON 4ml)«south of Pompeii Fster J.S.1ngnwi Sundy pm Blbts School 3:«pm Worsts fcrvfee Tfemy?--» p Cettm Pr*r# (Announced from pulpit) i- fnil11nil IIIiiifciini.t^iwri rmt+mmzie*ibmmsa ^"^r^*^*^*^r<>/^*^*fr»<&*4b>*^^ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, ELSIE Attend the church of this Sundy THESE CLINTON COUNTY FIRMS MAKE THIS CHURCH PAGE POSSIBLE Centrl Ntl Bnk OF #T JOHNS St Johtu-Ovid-Pewmo Member FIC S & H Frm Sles & Service New Holl Mchinery Our Specilty 4MiNonJTS-27to French Rd Phone Egn Ford Sles, Inc. 200W.H(ghm Phone &B Prty Shoppe Open Mondy thru Sturdy Complete Prty^upjpJUe- 224 N Clfnton Phone SB Antes Cleners Piekup whrery loftwwftet Phone 2S4-40W Prrs Rexll Store The Corner rg Wore Phone 224-MI7 ST. 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