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Hillsdale Daily News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Hillsdale, Michigan Saturday May 24,1986 serving Hillsdale county readers Dally since 1909 vol. 77�?no. 123 Hillsdale news Hills Dai daily Newt Imio pages Hillsdale Michigan 49242 Price 25 cents 2 Council is divided for the record.2 school menus.2 outdoors.3 senior events.3 weddings. 5 amusements.6 sports.7 classified.8-9 lottery Detroit apr the winning number in fridays daily Michigan lottery drawing was 758. The winning number in fridays daily-4 Michigan lottery drawing was 0883. Roses roses to Connie Watkins for taking our children to the National quizzes in Kentucky from Stephanie and Sondra. Quincy a Council members Are seriously divided Over the appointment of two acting police chiefs for the Village of Quincy. In september the Village appointed Dave Rumens acting chief until a permanent chief could be hired said Council member James Jeffrey. Following the March elections the newly elected mayor Richard Marowelli appointed Bill Hefner to be acting chief. At the May 13 Board meeting three members of the Council continued to Back Rumens while two members backed the mayors Choice and two members abstained. A we need a full time not a second temporary chief a said Jeffrey a Rumens Backer. According to Jeffrey because Rumens lives in the Village and because he applied for the chiefs position he was considered the Best qualified and therefore the Choice of Council members Jeffrey Lynn Paul and Ron Krok. Jeffrey a second year Council member agrees with Marowelli that the mayor has the right to appoint the police chief As established in the Village charter. A but there was no just cause to remove Rumens at that Point a Jeffrey said. A that appointment has to be made unless that person Isnit doing his according to mayor Marowelli Rumens was inadequate. A the was not doing the Job i Felt our chief should a Marowelli said. The mayor has the right to appoint the police chief at the april meeting each year he said. The police committee had decided to hire from within the Community and so some of the Board members reappointed Rumens. The mayor said his Choice for a permanent chief is Terry Thibideau who is presently working As a part time dispatcher for the Village. A now Dave Rumens is acting chief but i will not authorize to have him sworn in a Marowelli said. The state attorney general could be asked for an opinion the mayor said. A there has been a line drawn in Council a Jeffrey said a with three on one Side and four on the other. We be become the laughing Stock of the sound off what Are your plans for memorial Day memorial Day May 26, 1986 Cortney Strother Hillsdale a a in la be Here american legion Hall working roses to Dan Hodgson for retrieving my briefcase from Edith Ash. Roses to All volunteers in Ward ii who helped me on the american cancer society door to door crusade from Margaret Coon. Mayor revels in activities roses to the ladies at the Hillsdale Nazerene Church for their assistance and kindness at the time of my car Accident thursday afternoon from Linda Miller. A big Bunch of roses to Paul Leece for making his motor Home available to members of the Litchfield track teams during their meets and thanks for filming the events on his video camera. From a Parent. Roses to Gordy and Marcella Gray for donating shirts to key opportunities Bowling team a the a key Opp your kindness is very much appreciated by everyone. Roses to Jackie Salazar for the delicious Surprise lunch. Many thanks from the Pittsford elementary school teachers. The Jonesville band boosters would like to Send roses to All who contributed and participated in the Canoe race Bingo saturday and sunday. Oses to Don Caswell of North is for rot tilling my Garden y Spring for a great number of is. Thanks from Helen Thornton. Roses to Bill Nash for donating the needed vials for the vial of life program. From crime prevention officer Tim pallier roses to Kay Patsy and Sally for setting out Flowers around our Yard and for the Many other things they have done. Also roses to Loren and Robbie for All they have done for us Frankie and Sarah for filling the urns at the cemetery to those who brought in food and the hospice. We have made it without you. From Frank and Sylvia. Roses to Norm Bearman Larry greening and All the . Students for painting and lettering our National Hospital week Banner. From the Hillsdale Community health Center Hospital week committee. A big bouquet of roses to Leland Stier and George Uckley who unlocked and set up the Reading american legion when May a cheese commodities arrived late. Roses to Pauline Munsell and Gwendoline Tremaine for helping set up and to my regular volunteers june Rex Terry and Jeff Girdham de Sharer Gloria Baker Pam Keller Ruth Aemisegger and Jane Stockman for pitching in and doing a Little extra while in a recuperating from surgery. From Carol Camp. Amp lots of roses and a big thank you to Carolyn Gladnick for showing me How to use the weights and Nautilus equipment from Mitzi Blay. By Steve Begnoche Hillsdale a parades and politicians Are As much a part of America As Are the stars and stripes and Chicken dinners on the banquet circuit. Herbert Hine revels in such activities As mayor of Hillsdale a City noted for espousing Independence and traditional values american style. The mayor will participate in a Parade in Pittsford this weekend and then later this summer plans to be in parades in Litchfield Reading Hillsdale and Waldron. He a scheduled a week of vacation from his engineering Job at Essex specially group for county fair week and has just completed a weeks vacation so he could participate in Michigan week activities. A i just love activities a he explains. A i go to All of the parades in the county. If you want people to participate in your activities you have to with cheery Goodwill and an honest to goodness set of american values that seem a part of americans past Hine is the kind of a mayor that Norman Rockwell might have extolled in one of his slice of life americana paintings. A i try to be As honorable a mayor As one can be and i guess that Sall you can do a he says. A you do the Best you can. Who knows what the Issue will be tomorrow and who will be Best equipped to be mayor a his political career in Hillsdale dates bade to 1964 when he was first elected a City councilman. He served on Council until 1968 when he was appointed to fill the mayors Post which was then vacant. A i had the Opportunity to become mayor for 25 cents a he recalls. A it Cost me a cup of three councilmen and the mayor pro tem invited him to Coffee to see if he wanted the Post. He accepted. A for a Long time i Lightheart edly called myself the two bit he served As mayor through 1977 and was elected to the Post again in 1981 winning reelection in 1985. Hines responsibilities As Hillsdale Stop elected official include conducting Council meetings signing All official documents appointing people to 29 different boards and committees and perhaps most importantly in his View representing the Community at All sorts of Public functions. A i guess my being executive head of the City in a the spokesman for the City. You re making yourself available to an awful lot of people during the course of a he finds the mayor exchanges such As the one this past week a rewarding experience for himself and beneficial to the Community. In three Rivers for instance he saw How another City comparable to Hillsdale handles problems and situations similar to Hies seen Here. A a it a certainly one of the highlights of the year As a mayor. Its an Honor to represent your Community in another Community. A another Honor he has As mayor is the Power to conduct marriages. A it adds a Little different flavor a he said. He averages to marriages a year mostly conducted at City Hall. Interest in this service a comes and Hine is involved in Many civic organizations. He a a member of the boy scouts land of lakes Council executive Board is a past president Rick Camp Osseo a a in a going to draw out $10 million from my Bank account and throw a a Good sign a Hillsdale mayor Herbert we have a signature still he gets Hine has it easy these Days when it comes to plenty of practice with his signature. Photo inking his name on City documents. A i use to by Steve Begnoche sign every Check issued by the Cit but now meet your neighbor Jerry Hugenell Hillsdale a a in a going to be Home with my wife and of the Hillsdale kiwanis club with perfect attendance for the past 29 years is county chairman for the Republican party past president of the Hillsdale county Camp fire group and previously served on the Board of trustees of the Michigan municipal league. And that a just for starters. His resume of activities runs three pages with one Page devoted entirely to scouting. For his Active role in scouting Over three decades he received a Silver Beaver award. Its the highest Honor a local scout Council can bestow on a Volunteer and he a very proud to have received one. He a also Active in St. Anthonys organizations and is a Lay eucharistic minister helping to distribute communion sits on veterans boards and was honorary chairman for . Rep. Carl Purselle a re election Campaign. A by being involved in these organizations and having this position As mayor they Call on you a lot to do these kinds of things attend parades banquets and so Forth. Its really a privilege and an his wife Eva Mae and three children Alan 24, Melinda 23, and Melissa 19, often accompany him to such social activities. They also help him perform some of the duties a such As mailing Campaign literature a he a collected along with the roles. Eva he said a is kind of my right hand a in a left handed so she a my right hand. She a sort of the Gal behind the a a in Man Engineer. I done to make lots of Money a explaining he can to make Large financial contributions to groups. A i feel in a contributing time and he views the social activities and the Chance to meet with people such As George Bush and Ronald Reagan As a payback for the Effort expended. A a it san Opportunity few a my family enjoys it too. If it be for their involvement i be Able to do the things i he estimates City business alone can Chew up 20 hours a week or More and even a few late nights when a Crank Calls to have the mayor Settle a dispute at 2 . A a there a a lot of Tough decisions to make a As mayor he says. A there Are some unpopular decisions. But you can to give everybody everything they want. The pot Isnit big he traces the origins of his involvement in organizations and thus politics to his father. A i guess when i was growing up my dad was one to always get involved in his father took the family to parades and celebrations in their fort Wayne ind., Hometown. Hine has done the same with his family Here in Hillsdale. A we done to get in the car and go to Florida for vacations a he said. A we do it locally. A a we be got a lot of things going for us in this the new industries which have located Here in recent years Are an example of this. A we have to provide these people with Hometown activities so they done to have to hop in their car and go hundreds of Miles. Every Holiday there is something going on in Hillsdale while memorial Day will find him in Pittsford and labor Day in Waldron this fourth of july hell be at Home in Hillsdale partaking of the new celebrate America festival based Here but involving the entire county. A a in a really excited about that a he said. A we have people from All parts of the county on the committee. The idea is to get these people actively involved in the planning and the activities. We Hope to pull off a magnificent Celebration. A people in the county have been real Good. I done to think there a any animosity toward the City of Hillsdale partially because we participate in their events. Celebrate America is a Good Opportunity for this cooperation to work what lies ahead for mayor Hine a actually in a in my last term As mayor again a he noted. Hillsdale mayors Are limited to two consecutive terms before they have to leave office for at least a term. Will he run for Council after leaving the mayors office a i enjoy it so much i really would miss going to meetings and being involved. That a what ifs All about a he said dodging a direct answer in Good american politician fashion. So paint Herbert Hine in patriotic red White and Blue. Make sure his family is at his Side preferably ready to Parade Down an american Flag lined main Street somewhere in Hillsdale county. Add a boy scout a Camp fire girl a Veteran perhaps a Church in the background. Then strike up the band. Let the Parade begin. The mayor is waiting. Bill Mclaughlin Adrian a a it a my seventh wedding anniversary. We re going to dinner and spend the evening out Lantha Ross Spartanburg . A a in la be working at the pc Penney store in Spartanburg a

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