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   Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 1, 1975, Ludington, Michigan                                Rare Occurrence A deer and a dog sharing the same bowl of food Thats and what s more the deer may even think it is a For the story of the deers special friendship with Charlie the German Shepherd and the Dale Organ family of Hamlin and of their forced see Page 7 of todays Daily Manistee Among Counties Lacking Medical Services PETOSKEY UPI A report by a northern lower peninsula health council says seven of the 18 counties within its jurisidiction are medically The report also said there is only one family doctor general practioner in Alcona and Montmorency counties and only two in Montmorency The seven medically under privileged the North Central Michigan Comprehen sive Health Planning Council are Mont Oscoda and Presque Missaukee ranked lowest in the region on a scale computed from four factors infant mortality the number of persons earning subpoverty the number of elderly residents and the ratio of physicians to Grand Traverse County ranked highest with Emmet The Department of Education and Welfare using the four estab lished 62 as the figure for determining if counties furnish residents with adequate medi cal Missaukee the coun cil said in its report issued in scored 40 while Alcona scored and Oscoda scored Other figufes included Presque Isle Kalkaska and Montmoren cy At the other end of the Grand Traverse County scored while Emmet scored 78 and Antrim The which is a non profit organization funded by federal and local said more than one of every five residents of Mont Kalkaska and Mis saukee counties live below the official poverty At the other end of the the council said Grand Tra verse County pop and Otsego County pop ranked lowest in poverty Grand Traverse statistics also showed the fewest persons aged 65 or older less than 10 per cent of its population while Alcona and Kalkaska counties reported the highest elderly Grand as the richest and most populous county in the northern lower part of the also reported more general than any other county in the Emmet was second with Hirohito Arrives Honors MacArthur UPI Emperor on his first trip to the United made a point of honoring the memory of the American general who accepted the surrender of Japan in 1945 and then helped rebuild modern The only Japanese monarch ever to make a state visit to the United States ordered a wreath of white mums and red carnations placed on his behalf at the MacArthur Memorial in nearby Japanese officials said his decision Tuesday to honor the late Douglas the commander of allied occupying forces who kept Hirohito on the throne after World War was an impromptu Diplomatic sources said the emperor could not place the wreath personally because of possible political repercussions at Hirohito and Empress Naga ko also will receive MacAr thurs widow when they visit New York They planned to spend today touring some of the relics of colonial including the governors palace and the House of Burgesses dating from the late The official part of their goodwill visit begins Thursday when President and Ford formally receive them at the White The emperor and empress were accompanied on their 14 hour flight from Tokyo by 40 servants and members of their They were warmly greeted by several hundred persons at Williamsburg where a red carpet was rolled a fife and drum band played and spectators waved flowers and homemade Japanese DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY TODD REED Drivers Hospitalized After Stiles Road Crash Russell of 5485 Johnson Road is lifted into the countys new ambulance after being seriously injured in the collision of his with a car driven by Kenneth Sheren of S James on Stiles Road at Hansen Road at Bentz was listed in guarded condition this morning at Memorial Hospital with a broken Sheren was listed in good Investigating sheriffs officers report that the Bentz car pulled onto Stiles into the path of the Sheren Bentz is being cited for failure to yield the right of Weather Presented by Clingan Siding Insulating Freeze warning windy and cooler Highs in low Partly cloudy and colder Freezing temperatures likely by Lows near Mostly cloudy and cool with a chance of showers Highs around Money Saved on Fuel Could Buy Fun Call 8434383 for a Free Insulating Estimate KXTENDED OUTLOOK Partly cloudy on Mostly cloudy and wanner on Partly cloudy and cooler on Lows around 40 on in the 40s on Saturday and around 40 on Highs around CO on the low 60s to low 70s on Saturday and the 60s on SALVATION ARMY Harvest Festival Bazaar 3 10 to 7 114 Chili will be Many items on Games for the 4 CRIME IS ALL AROUND US Listen in on your Regency Action Scanner from NICKS RADIO 8432162 WE REMEMBER YOU AFTERTHESALE Chub Newberg has New Location Ludington at NEWBURGS Downtown Shell Service WANTED Pianist and Guitarist for Godspell at West Shore Community College Cat I 8456481 The Lading ton An Cmnily Copyright 1975 by Ludington Daily VOLUME 267 OCTOBER 1975 IKKK irc Testimony Taken On Bill To Curb Big Drug Dealers By VANS STEVENSON Dally News Staff Writer variety of local officials and citizens from Western Michigan testified here Tuesday at a House Judiciary Committee hearing concerning three pieces of pending legislation designed to put the big drug dealers in the state out of Members of the judiciary committee heard from persons ranging from a former Detroit undercover narcotics police who lead an in vestigation which resulted in the confiscation of about million worth of to a onetime street junkie who supported a heroin habit for several There was majority support for the legislation by the eight who however there Hunt Three Kidnapers Of Ann Arbor Family ANN ARBOR UPI An intensive search was under way today for three youthful kidnap ers who seized an auto executives wife and three children and forced him at gunpoint to raise a reported General Motors execu tive William his Ruth and their three sons were released unharmed Tuesday after a harrowing night in which Schulenberg and the boys were jammed for hours in the trunk of a It was an unnerving ex said I never want to do that Schulenberg described his captors and in their late teens or early and said one of them was just a I had the feeling they must have wanted the manager of the GM Hydramat ic division plant at nearby Ypsilanti said The 13hour drama began about when three armed intruders broke into Schulenberg home in an exclusive Ann Arbor neighbor hood and demanded Schulenberg said the men were rough and tough for the 10 or 15 started with some ridiculous he He said when he told them he did not keep large sums of MSU Fires Athletic Director By PAUL VARIAN EAST LANSING UPI Michigan State University an nounced today that it has ousted Athletic Director Hurt but said the action had nothing to do with an NCAA probe of MSU football recruit ing The announcement by MSU Executive Vice President Jack Breslin said Smith was being replaced in the best interests of the universitys athletic Breslin said officials have been concerned about the impact of such a high pressure job on Smiths This is no reflection on Burls dedication to MSU Sleuth Tryouts Begin Next Week The Manistee Civic Players have announced that tryouts for their next Sleuth have been scheduled for Mon from 7 to 9 and 7 to 9 in the Rams dell The cast calls for five male but any persons interested in working on technical crews are also requested to attend Sleuth is scheduled for production in November and will be directed by Mary money in the the gunmen took his wife and their and and put them in the trunk of a companyowned Cadillac Schulenberg Police said one of the three held Schulenberg in his home to raise the ransom money by telephoning The car was driven At one Schulenberg said she complained about a lack of air in the One of the two men holding her lifted the lid and fired three holes into she Schulenberg said he arranged for his plant general manager George to pick up the ransom money from an Ann Arbor After he spent most 3f the night with his captor watching while the two accom plices telephoned In one time I had to wake him up to answer the Schulenberg Will Discuss Master Plan For County Sewer System The Master Plan for a sanitary sewer system in Mason County will be discussed tonight when the Mason County Department of Public Works meets at the county courthouse at and a program will probably be worked out for the plan The meeting follows a special session by city and governmental officials which reviewed the master plan development and Although there was generally favorable acceptance of the lead for the grant no final decision was Under the guidelines of the Michigan Department of Natural Water Resource a lead applicant must be designated among the various local units par If the local units cant settle on a the department would appoint one although there would be a substantial delay in completion of Three of the units attending the special meeting voted in favor of the as while Scottville and Hamlin Township left with no and Custer announced Pere Marquette Township and Amber Township all indicated favorable During the special it was notsd that the current sewer system has priority numbers ranging between 220 and 275 on a list of 567 Under the grant funds are allocated with federal share of 75 per cent of the the state sharing in five pet and the local units paying the final 20 per were questions raised regarding certain aspects and ramifications in the House bills 5047 and introduced by Hep Paul A Kosenbaum chairman of the judiciary provide for mandatory sentences and wiretaps by police agencies in some The proposed heroin better known as the Mandatory Sentences focuses on the bigtime An individual convicted of delivering or possessing G50 grams or more in methadonc and other classified hard drugs would receive a mandatory life sentence in A judge wouldnt have any choice in handing down that sentence and plea bargaining the charge would be a convicted dealer wouldnt be eligible for timeoff for good conduct in The mandatory life sentence covers those dealers who have roughly worth of hard drugs or Mandatory sentences would be graduated down to possession of 50 grams or more on the hard drug In this would apply to those persons convicted of having at least worth of hard Although wiretaps become available to police agencies through one of the the procedure for obtaining one is extremely A police agency would be required to seek ap proval from the Michigan Court of Appeals and of course have to show probable cause why the tap should be House bill 5547 brings the Michigan Department of Corrections rules and regulations regarding prisoners into line with mandatory sen HKKOKK testimony was tak Koscnbaum outlined the intent of his proposed The philosophy behind the legislation is to eliminate the top to 100 top dealers in the he There is no conflict between these bills and the rehabilitation adding thai the big dealer is a business man in the market for the money and in the majority of cases is not a Rosenbaum said the first draft of the wiretap bill was somewhat but no way could it have ever been passed in the The bill now would make it a carrying a fiveyear prison for the illegal use of a wiretap by a police M t S K K i ON County Prosecutor Richard Pascerella said in testimony he supported the mandatory but said he was bothered by the strict wiretap My concern is that this bill would limit the use of wiretaps and would not include other offenses where wiretaps might be Hosenbaum said it was not the intention of the bill to go beyond laws already on the books relating to wiretaps and was section which should probaoly be Vince the former Detroit narcotics described how he infiltrated the drug underworld in Detroit and at one time played a role as mid level drug dealer He said that during his in vestigation the federal wiretap he had secured in strumental in compiling evidence for a viable court Mazzara told of a bar owner in downtown Detroit who grossed about per year from the Continued on Page 2 Dateline 1775 By United Press International Thomas Gage advised superiors in London against trying to mount any offensive operation from Boston as the loss of men would probably be great and the rebels as numerous in a few days as before their He advocated making the Hudson River the theater of war with New York City as a British BRAND NEW FALLCOATS Plaids and Tinted Trim Sizes 8 IS Oriole Jackets All Sizes MENS JACKETS Sizes 36 SJ BOYS COATS Sizes6 20 WARMUPS SMLXU LOW PRICES WOLVERINE SPORTSWEAR Factory Discount Store 801 Rowe For Low Cost Advertising CalendarsBookmatches Pens Gifts Key Chains Imprinted Jackets TShirts Business Forms and Cards GET THE BEST PRICE BEFORE YOU BUY FOR APPOINTMENT Call 8455538 or 7573010 Save Ad For Future Reference DAILY NEWS PHOU1 BY RUiS MILLfR JH All Thats Left Of Old Library What a difference a day makes The picture above was taken about 24 hours 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