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Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - September 1, 1984, Escanaba, Michigan The daily press Escanaba saturday sept. 1,1984 Gladstone Library hours Gladstone a the Gladstone area Library begins school schedule on wednesday september 4, new hours Are mondays and thursdays 8 15 . To 8 . Tuesdays i wednesdays and fridays 8 15 . To 4 . And saturdays noon to4 . Director Dorrine Anderson requests Public patrons to use Telephone number 428-4224 listed under Gladstone City rather than the High school Library number 9200, a. Switchboard number when calling the Library. Quot other current staff members Are Bernardin Harris circulation and processing clerk Patti Bouchard circulation a a and audio visual clerk and Irene Lavelle Secretary to the a Public Library advisory Board and accounting clerk. I the Library will be closed monday and will be open from a noon until 7 ., on tuesday september 4. Sons Glen Green Bay wis., and Randy Escanaba three grandchildren her Mother and Stepfather or. And mrs. Homas Evelyn Ruleau Ford River one sister mrs. Earl Ishpeming two stepsisters mrs. I Wells and mrs. Kenneth Nancy Lillian Anderson of William Betty Couillard Boudreau Escanaba and two Stepbrother Tom or. And Don Ruleau both of Ford River. Visitation will be 4 to 7 . Monday at Anderson funeral Home and funeral services will be 7 monday at the funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Paul Wilde officiating. Burial will be in gardens of rest cemetery. James a. Roddy Evanston ill. A James a. Roddy 80, died sunday aug 12, at Evanston Hospital services were held wednesday aug. 15, at the Hillside free a a methodist Church in Evanston. Interment was in the Catholic cemetery Oconto wis. A or. Roddy was the Only son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth Roddy of Oconto. He was employed at the Oconto lumber co As a lumber Scaler for a number of years. In 1943 the married Mary Strang of Oconto and moved to the upper Peninsula where he lived at Nahma and Gladstone for 22 a years. In 1966 he moved his family to Wilmette 111., where or a Roddy was employed at the Kenilworth water Plant until his retirement at age 78 a survivors include his wife Mary three sons Vernon Northbrook 111., Dean Appleton wis., Wendell Edgar wis a two daughters Mary Lynn Michiles Green Bay Joy Ann Troddy Knoxville Tenn. One sister Vivian Mills Dallas Texas two cousins Clarence and Corinne St. Germaine Green Bay. Miatov station skating schedule saturday 6-8 45 . Open skating $2 saturday 9 12 . Open skating $2 stay Over. $1.00 Call 799-159 dance tonight join tho Funi featuring Quot Stace West Quot 9 30 pm to 1 30 am. Swallow inn rapid River will be closed labor Day weekend and will reopen tuesday. September 4 at la . Betty and her staff wish you a Safe and Happy Holiday weekend Royer attends Jap state seminar b Gerald b. Anzalone Escanaba a Gerald b. Anzalone 62, 502 s. 17th Street Escanaba died Friday aug 31, at Marquette general Hospital following a lengthy illness. I he was born july 17, 1922, in Escanaba and was a lifelong a resident of the area. He was married to the former Helen i Vannberg March 20,1945, in Escanaba. He was a graduate a of Escanaba High school class of 1940, and a graduate of Emu. Or. Anzalone taught school in Hortonville wis., and i Powers Spalding. While in Powers Spalding he was that i schools first football coach where he had several undefeated a seasons. He also taught the eighth Grade at the Escanaba Junior High school from which he retired in 1981. He spent much time As an Amateur photographer. Survivors include his wife. Helen two sons Steven a Amhurst mass., and rip san Francisco two Brothers. John and James Anzalone of Escanaba one grandson Donald a and several nieces and nephews. Friends May Call at the Boyce funeral Home sunday after 4 . Parish prayers will be recited at 8 30 . The mass of Christian burial will be held la . Monday at St. Patrick a Church with Rev. Arnold j. Grambow officiating. Burial will be in gardens of rest cemetery. Edith Forsberg Ensign a Edith Forsberg 102 a resident of Ensign from 1909 to 1914, died saturday aug. La at the Home of her daughter Margaret Henrikson 4616 hazelnut ave., Seal Beach Calif. The service was held aug 15 at at the Little Church of the Flowers in Glendale Calif. Burial was in Forest Lawn memorial Park Glendale. Mrs. Forsberg was born on feb. 3, 1882, and raised in tor be North Central Sweden. She came to the United states with her husband Erie and daughter Margaret on labor Day 1909 after a fire had destroyed their Home in Sweden. In America mrs. Frosberg the youngest of seven children joined her parents Anders and Kerstin Anderson three Brothers August John and Waldemar and two Sisters Inga Larson and Lena Forberg. Mentally Alert throughout her lifer or amp fors Berg had been in Good health until the last four years when she was confined to a wheel after fracture fracturing both hips. Mrs. Forsberg was a a member of the lutheran Faith and enjoyed singing Flower gardening and baking. She and her daughter had made frequent trips Here to visit relatives. She was the last surviving member of her family most of whom remained in the Ensign area All their lives. There Are Many nieces and nephews in the area. Rona r. Berhow Escanaba a Rona r. Berhow 486355 m. L-3 Lane Danforth died Friday afternoon aug. 31, at St. Francis Hospital. She was born Jan. 18,1937, in Wells and was a lifelong area resident. She was a member of Salem lutheran Church and a member of the Highland Golf club. She is survived by her husband. John Danforth whom she married Jan. 15, 1955 two daughters mrs. Donald Cheryl towns Escanaba and mrs. Lori Tabor Houston Texas two Lansing a Barbara Royer of Gladstone who is the Contact person for the Gladstone area chemical people task Force attended the statewide chemical people workshop on aug. 23 in Lansing More than 150 arsons from throughout Michigan attended the one Day workshop. The workshop covered fund raising resource development How to organize task Force groups prevention programming models publicity and Public relations keynote speaker was Ricki Wertz National outreach director of the Chemi Cal people project. According to Ilona Milke prevention coordinator for the office of substance abuse services Osas and statewide Contact person for the chemical people task forces the workshop was designed to provide information for people involved in chemical people task forces and other Community groups that have special interests in substance abuse problems. Was to help these groups operate More efficiently and the workshops purpose the operate to a effectively in preventing substance abuse in their communities. Milke stated that this workshop was the first attempt to pull All of these groups together nearly 200 chemical people task forces have been formed in Michigan since the airing last november of two nationwide chemical people shows moderated by first lady Nancy Reagan. Following the National shows local one half hour follow up shows were aired and viewed by concerned citizens in groups assembled around the state. These shows focused on regional and statewide resources for the substance abuse problems among youth. Anyone interested in More information regarding the Gladstone area chemical people May Call 428-2323. Author visits recognition Dan bouet to right director of the Dickinson Iron Community action Agency recently presented an engraved plaque to Robert e. Olson executive director of the . Commission for area Progress up Cap. The award was Given during the . Community actions 19th birthday Celebration which also marked the to anniversary of up Cap. Olsen who has been with up Cap for 17 years and the past 13 year As executive director was noted for his Quot outstanding commitment and dedicated unselfishness to the less fortunate in our society in the spirit of Ray la la Porte was the first Menominee Delta Schoolcraft Community action Agency executive director. Glen Austad photo Esky Grad earns cps Escanaba Anita c. Wilson senior executive Secretary Dat Point corp., san Antonio Texas is among 1,138 secretaries in the United states Canada puerto Rico Virgin islands Jamaica Malaysia and South Africa who earned the certified professional Secretary cps designation this year according to the Institute for certifying secretaries a department of professional secretaries International. Anita is the daughter of Glenn g. And Joan m Moreau of Jaeger re. Anita graduated from Escanaba area High school in 1970. She is married and has one daughter and one stepdaughter she lives in san Antonio and works for data Point corporation As a corporate Sec retail. The cps rating is achieved by passing a two Day six part examination administered by the Institute and by fulfilling work and educational requirements. Since the cps examination was first Given in 1951, 18,395 secretaries have earned the designation the recognized Standard of measurement of secretarial proficiency the cps examination is Given each year in May in Over 250 examination centers. It includes six parts swimming in Menominee Escanaba a the Escanaba recreation department in cooperation with the Escanaba area schools and the Marinette Menominee Myca will again sponsor an eight week transportation and swim instruction program at the m amp m Myca beginning saturday sept. 22, for eight consecutive saturdays through november to. The Myca Pool has been reserved for Escanaba students from 2 to 3 . Each saturday during the eight eight week period the swimming bus will leave Escanaba at 12 45 . And is expected to return at 4 30 . Bus departures and arrivals will take place at the Catherine Bonitos civic Center. All persons currently seven years of age and up Are eligible to participate. Certified water safety instructors will teach swim lessons on five skill Levels from beginners through lifesaving. Parents Mav Register students at the Catherine Bonitos civic Center monday through Friday i . To 5 . The Cost of the eight week program is $42 per student which is payable at registration time. The $42 fee covers the Cost of transportation Pool time instruction and supervision. The Escanaba recreation department will provide competent adult supervision to Monitor the bus while in transit Ana at the Menominee Pool. For further information Contact the Escanaba recreation department at 786-4141. Best Selling author Philip Caputo visited the Carnegie Library Friday to autograph two of his highly acclaimed books a Trumor of War and a a Delcorso a a member of the team that won a pulitzer prize for investigative reporting in 1972, Caputo has done extensive world reporting for the Chicago Tribune travelling to Bruit Rome Moscow and Saigon. Since the publication of students attend Blue Lake twin Lake a attending Blue Lake Fine arts Camp during its fourth summer session aug. 7-19 Are four students from this area. Those students include Kris Goodreau band major daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Goodreau Escanaba Erika Peterson guitar a tor daughter of or. And mrs. Talph Peterson Escanaba Monica Smith piano major daughter of or. And mrs. John Smith Escanaba and Greg Groleau band major son of or. And mrs. Joel Groleau rapid River. Blue Lake Fine arts Camp is located 15 Miles North of Muskegon in the Manistee National Forest and is one of the largest summer school of the arts in the United states. Nearly 8,000 students enrol each year in one or More programs such As Art photography band choir dance orchestra jazz piano Organ Harp and theatre. This summer the Camp s 19th season Blue Lake will Host 4,100 elementary through High school students. Last year during the summer season students from 29 states and 16 countries attended Blue Lake Fine arts came. Hearing in Manistique Manistique no comments were heard during a special Public hearing thursday on the City a plan to apply for a Low interest Federal Laon for a proposed improvement project at Manistique papers inc. If successful the City would keep the Laon Money repaid by Manistique papers with its interest. It would be put into a fund for Community development projects. City manager Charles Varnum said there is no risk to the City in taking this action. A the Money is a loan to Manistique papers and a Grant to the City a he explained. The Council set today at to . At City Hall As the Date for the second required Public hearing for the proposed loan application. His first Book which was televised As a two part drama last year his novels dealing with men in wartime situations have won him a wide audience. Although he makes his Home in Florida Caputo visits the . To vacation and work on his projects. The novel he is now working on Quot Indian country a takes place near Marquette. Staff photo Stock Market Dow closing. 1224.37 volume.57,720 american motors amp. 44 american Tel amp Tel. 194 Champion int no Cha. 20,> Chrysler a. 28 it Chicago amp new cnw.29 Ford motor . 424 general motors gm.73 a Harnischfege Inland steel lad. 227� Kimberly Clark kmb.454 Louisiana Pacific lpx.10 Mead corp. Mea. 40r>� Soo line. 247 upper Peninsula Power upen.16 a it w Wisconsin electric Power Wpc .294 Wendy a. 194 Courtesy Blunt Ellis amp Loewi behave rial science in business business Law economics and management accounting office administration Ana communication and office technology. Al swedish int Raj 819 Ludington a downtown Escanaba open 11 . 7 . Sun thru Fri Quality Home cooking i saturday special . Pork chops a you can eat soup. Salad bar amp dessert 5.93 rus chrs Corsair 1531 Sheridan Road Escanaba e 786-8171 we re not fancy just Good i Moro than just pictures. Are you a victim Parent of a senior of "85&Quot for once we have something for you a certificate for a family group setting a no charge a just have your senior schedule their picture. Offer Good thru May 1985 exclusively at lie s studio 78a-42s2 i now showing i 7 and 9t10 . Now thru thurs. I 7 and 9 . I i Michigan theatre i a downtown Foj Konoba i 786 7941 Delft theatre i downtown Escanaba i i 786 7922 in has first f Slof jut motion picture Walt Disney in presents a i of took go i live music this Skendi Friday a free style11 saturday Quot Mrak Quot 9 30-1 30 Cornell Mich. Supper club tonight is the night prime rib for your enjoyment done to forget our sunday special. Oven baked Chicken adults �?~5.95 children under Thtree includes our super salad bar i also serving a full menu from 3 til 9 4 minutes w of Escanaba phone 786-7489 Escanaba a recent admissions to St. Francis Hospital include Hattie Degeneffe Peggy of Neil Arlene Chenier Escanaba Cindy Baur Mary to Hess Patricia Demeuse Gladstone Deborah Frossard bark River Violet Legault rapid River. Manistique a Beatrice m Pelletier Garden is a patient at Schoolcraft memorial Hospital in Manistique. Weather around the area a mostly Cloudy on saturday with a 30 percent Chance of showers. Highs in the 60s. Winds becoming East to southeasterly at 5 to 15 Mph. Cloudy with a 50 percent Chance of showers and thundershowers saturday night. Lows in the mid 40s to lower 50s. Mostly Cloudy on sunday with scattered showers and thundershowers. Highs in the Low to mid 60s. Outlook for labor Day is partly Cloudy. Highs in the Low to mid 60s. The Sun will set tonight at 7 27. The Sun will Rise sunday at6 09. Around the lakes a Lake Michigan East to southeasterly winds of 12 to 22 knots on saturday. Increasing cloudiness. Showers and thunderstorms saturday. Waves i to 3 feet. Buy and sail the Cla Milad Way. Lottery Detroit apr the winning number in fridays daily-4 Michigan lottery drawing was 0091. The cards drawn in fridays daily Michigan card game were the to of diamonds and the two of diamonds. Midway theatre Spalding. Michigan Fri thru Mon aug 31 sept 3 a against All Odds Quot rated r 7 4 9 pm slow times the daily press vol. 76. No. 143 usps17b-720 business hour is monday Friday 8 . 5 . Circulation Calls Only monday Friday 5 . 6 . Saturday 8 . 11 . Telephone retail and classified advertising and circulation. 786-2021 news. 786-1021 member of audit Bureau of circulation. United press association and Inland press association. Subscription rates Moil and motor route delivery one month $6.95, three months $20.85. Six months $40.70. One year $80.40. Carrier delivered $1.55 per week mail subscriptions not accepted where Home delivery is available. Published daily except sunday Ond Legal holidays at 600 Ludington St., / Escanaba Michigan 49829. Second class Pottage paid at Escanaba. Michigan. Akrap Fjor 8 great sunday Brunch served 10 30 . To 2 . E sliced Ham e Bacon e roast beef e fresh fruit e assorted desserts e Fountain Orange juice e muffins amp Rolls e Turkey amp stuffing e potatoes e French Toast e quiche e scrambled eggs e gourmet soup and salad bar e and More All for Only 5.50 12 and under. $2.50 Early Bird breakfast Bam toll am dully 2 eggs Choice of sausage or a _ Raj Bacon hash Browns hot cakes or i 98 Toast. Me in m your favorite cocktails served from 12 noon 11 to Ludington downtown 786-2180

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