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   Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan                               FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE ELEVEN Study Drive To Retain Road Funds LANSING A petition drive may be started to try and change Michigan's new constitu- tion to retain earmarked funds for highways and keep an elec- tive highway commissioner The Michigan Good Roads Federation wants its executive director, Don Potter, to "explore the procedures for initiating by petition a referendum or two re- ferendums to accomplish this purpose." The action came at a meeting of the federation's board of directors Thursday. Potter said the federation board, on a 19-11 vote, said it wanted to reserve gas and weight taxes for highway pur- poses only, which is specified as construction, maintenance, ad- ministration and acquisiton of property. The new constitution taking effect Jan 1 leaves to the legis- lature the defining of highway purposes. A highway commissioner would be appointed by a biparti- san board, to be named by the governor, under the new docu- ment. The federation fought these two portions of the constitution during the 1963-62 constitutional convention. j Potter said a decision was ex- pected by Dec. 15 on the proce- dure to be followed and if finances were avilable for a peti- j tion drive to get the referendum on the ballot. "In addition to the financial question, there is a legal pro- he said "We do not yet know exactly how initiative re- ferendum is to be conducted under the new constitution Three members of the federa- tion, holding 11 votes on the board, opposed the proposed action. These were the Associat- ed Letroleum Industries of Michigan, Municipal League and County Road Association "They opposed it on a question WEIL TALK ABOUT WHAT I MEANT IN RELAX, AMP NO MORE HIKES FORYOU.600P NK5HT. WHAT CTP THAT CRACK WHAT ELSE WAS I TRYING TO OO BESIDES miK? NO... NOT AGAIN AGAJN YOU'RE LIKE A KIP LEFT TO MINI? THE STORE, PUKE. YOU JUST CAN'T RESIST THE STUFF. SANDY SLEIGHFOOT by Jemti Uitwia SAKTATOVO SAHUY THAT BtCAUSt Of HtS DEED HE WOULO WDt EVERY CWU6TMA6 EVE. MOW SANDY'S THOUGHTS TO THE RACE TO GET TO SANTA'S BEFORE. ARE VOU SURE, THIS IS THE VJA.V TO Hope to Delay One Section Of Document U.N. Space Unit Agreement UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (UPI) The U. N Commit- tee on the Peaceful Uses of Out- LANSING (UPD-One section! er Space prepared today to en- of Michigan's uniform Commer- dorse a set of principles cial Code, scheduled to take ef- fect Jan. 1, poses serious pro- blems for various local and state officials, the governor's THE JACKSON TWINS by Dick STEVE AND OWlfe OUT IN OH. CATCH GOT THE   J. Salkovich, 32, a mem- ber of the Department since 1956 and a father of three. 360.000 signa- tures would be needed for a suc- cessful petition drhe About are required, he said, and the extras would be to coxer the margin of error for disap- proved signatures. was ''choked up with remorse." "He hit a car as he drove out Davids said the former Air' and I picked up a stone and i Force veteran only said, "you're struck his car with all the force I right j I could muster." the teller said Stevens, when he turned Sal- The accident and the dent kovich over to the FBI, said, from the stone were what led "He was a good officer." second time within State Police Depart- had been rocked with the )f its Hospital of injuries suffered Wednesdav in a traffic accident. office was told Thursday. Some people who will be work- ing with the law want its effec- tive date delayed, which would require action in the special legislative session next month, and others merely want the one section amended, said Richard C. Van Dusen, Gov. George Romney's legal aide. "The executive office has no position on whether or how the law should be amended, but early next week I will make a recommendation to the governor on whether to include considera- tion of delaying the effective date during the special Van Dusen said. The legal aide met Thursday with spokesmen for the registers of deeds, banking associations, uniform code proponents, small loan industry, state bar associa- tion and the secretary of state's office. The section in question re- quires dual filing of security in- struments, such as chattel mort- gages, both locally and at the state level half want the effective date of the act deferred until the idea this section could be changed during next year's the rest say it should take effect in January as scheduled, and be amended after experience with the dual filing provision indicates the wisest Van Dusen said. Spokesmen attending the meet- ing also were split over how the section should be changed whether to require the filing at the county or state level. agreed upon by the United States and Russia after months of negotiations. Chief points in the basic law of space promulgated in the agreement are acknowledgment of the right of non-governmental agencies to launch space pro- jects a concept originally op- posed by the Soviet Union and provision for international consultation on space projects that could interfere with activi- ites of other countries a pro- posal at first opposed by the United States. Among the birds that can taught to talk are the piping crows of Australia, the mynah, parrot, some species of jays, macaws and even starlings. shops collision the area to be on the the It paid off Cutrubes. 69. who works Wlth hls son at AJ-S Collision Secretary of State James M. Hare said he did not take any _____________ position on the change, but _. hoped a decision would be made Named Assistant Dean !soon on whether the new law STANFORD. Calif (UPI1 would take effect m January Dr Donald Stilwell has been "We believe about 500.000 appointed assistant dean for stu- financial instruments will be dent affairs at the Stanford Uni-1 blowing our way if it takes ef- school of medicine, it feet and we need to get staff Hare said. Detective Lieutenant Carl head of the State Squad, was ar- rested last May after admitting Move to Help Fish Industry Shop, said he recognized the He is accused of robbing the car after FBI agents had visit- evidence rational Bank of Oak of ed and asked to be on the jo. loo odlKG V ICn n2.S 3lJ c3Q j j o fhp si it ft admitted the holdup to his su- <-He was Cutrubes said, and after Salkovich left. Cutrubes called police. The arrest was made by Sal- WASHINGTON The periors and turned over the money which he had taken. He was being held in the Wayne County Jail. The story unfolded slowly Thursday night at the Royal Senate voted Thursday to broad-1 Oak Police Station where Sal- en the small business disaster kovich admitted the holdup to loan program and include spec- State Police Capt. Fred Davids, jal relief for the Great Lakes Sgt. Philip Deckebach of the fish packing industry hit by the Royal Oak Police Department: racks "at the post while waiting recent botulism incidents. and FBI agent Fred Toedelt. i for tne arrival of his wife, two The provision was written in-1 it was about p.m. Thurs- daughters and son to a Senate bill which increased that the Naitonal Bank of -phey were scheduled to join the small business admimstra-. Royal Oak was robbed. The1 tion's revolving loan fund by bandit walked in. went to the S34.3 million. The revised loan window of Mrs Gayle Robinson, program would cover all kinds' 24. Royal Oak and handed her samblins case Headed gumy to a charge o{ lafcenv bvS conversion and still is Citing sentence. State p0ijce estimated he took S14.000 over several years. kovich's commanding officer at' Salkovich was paid S7.224 a been assigned to the post oniy months ago following hjs transfer from the Newaygo Post He was living in the bar- Subscribe Today Fairbanks Ave. and 12th St. Phone EX 6-6395 CARPETING FURNITURE DRAPERIES AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERIOR DESIGNS INTERIORS ACCESSORIES him as soon as he completed a green plastic bag. He pointed a 38 caliber pistol Robinson. he commended the bag toward her. At another window a custom- suffering "substantial" economic er approached teller Frank E. injury as a result of disease orjHelsom. 21. Southfield, and told toxicity in their product from him. ''pardon me. but a man at natural or undetermined causes, the next window has a gun Packers of smoked whitefish, pointed at the teller." some of which resulted in fatal Helsom pushed the alarm and of natural disasters. An amendment by Sen Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., co-sponsored at Mrs by the senators from Minnesota "Fill it up. and Wisconsin and Sen. Pat as he pushed NcMamara. D-Mich., authoriz- ed loans to small businesses to get into it as he watched or near-fatal botulism, have suf- ran after the bandit. fered a "severe Hart j "I ran after him, but when he gaid. I reached his car, the holdup man Sen. William Proxmire, D- turned and looked at Hel- Wis.. said many fish packing som said. "I calmly walked to companies are in severe diffi- a Buick which was parked fn cuity as a result of the fish front of his car and pretended "scare. A second small business bill I me. also passed by the Senate raised from to the amount of capital that the agency may invest in a small business investment company on a matching basis. It also re- moved the limitation on the amount that an investment company can furnish to a small business firm. FREE- Typewriter Stand With Purchase of NEW PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Lay-Away Now for Christmas CHARDT 328 River Avenue Just So. of Library Gets Prison Sentence GRAND HAVEN Julius Keway, 34, Grand Haven was sentenced by Circuit Judge Ray- mond L. Smith Thursday to 18 months to 10 years in Southern Michigan prison on a charge of taking indecent liberties with a minor female. Almost a billion dollars a year is dropped into juke boxes in the U.S. OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 Green Suburban Furniture R 1 1 w r c n Holfand ond Zolan BARGAINS QUALITY AT LOW PRICES STANDARD ALUM. COMB. STORM WINDOWS 2 TRACK ALUM. COMB. PRE-HUNG NET KILN DRIED UTILITY GRADE 2x4 THRU 2 x 10 M STD. BTR. K.D. 2x10............... S140 M 2x8 2x8 S130 M 2x4 S125 M NO. 1 COM. BTR. OAK SHORTS PERM ARMSTRONG CEILING TILE LATEST STYLES COME AND SEE IT! PRE-FINISHED PLYWOOD AND UP 3-1-12 ASPHALT SHINGLES PER SQ. 840 10% Off For Cosh Carry ON ORDERS OF OR MORE EXCEPT ITEMS MARKED "NET" Phonr EX 2 24th Ottawa HOURS: Ph. 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