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Hillsdale Daily News (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Hillsdale, Michigan 2 the Hillsdale daily news saturday May 31,1986 doonesbury by Garry Trudeau you talked me into it Curtis re. Auction my Tyunt-1 ing a Chr san 1 Ano apply for a peerage f excellent Call your duo amp my i i just Hope understands Rya my wig cation now anyway a i know Baths needs of. Uncle puke s still not mob Mck to he / Oldsey Fyt. A we. Get me wfj�6 some aspirin. Else str Public warning systems urged it of of \ a so % h for the record Joa x x i i his i mint off teacher remembered a students friends and family of Joanne Sizemore held a memorial service at the Reading elementary school Friday. Is. Sizemore taught at Reading from 1967 until her death last year. A stained Glass window a painting and a japanese Maple tree Are among the memorials to her at the school. The school has also renamed her room the Sizemore Reading room. Photos by Mark Rogers District court a James a. Beagle 40, of 5611 n. Allen Road Allen pleaded guilty Friday to careless driving and was fined $200. A Bruce g. Byrwa 22, of 578 Kingsley Trail Bloomfield Hills Mich., was found guilty Friday of disturbing the peace with loud music and fined $50. A Richard l. Russ 20, of 70 Pete Vandercook Lake Jackson was found guilty Friday of larceny under $100 and ordered to spend 60 Days in jail and fined $100. A William f. Martin jr., 18, of 14594 merry dr., Camden pleaded guilty Friday to trespassing and fined $50. Complaints a sue Hartman of Lyons Ohio reported to the state police that gasoline and kerosene and containers valued at $50 were taken thursday from property at 14315 Woodbridge Road Lake Diane in Amboy township. A ova Cole 1211 Borden Road Jonesville reported to the state police that his tackle Box and equipment valued at $200 was taken near Mosherville Mill Pond on tuesday. Marriages a Craig d. Smith and Tracie l. Ely both of Bradenton Fla. A Jeffrey l. Gollnick and Constance r. Ricci both of Hillsdale. News to note special services offered a Dale e. Gonshorowski Reading and Jill r. Wertz Hillsdale. A David a. Sharpley Hillsdale and Lone m. Camp Quincy. A Jeffrey s. Jenkins email new Mexico and Kelly j. Carpenter Reading. A Joseph m. Stevens Hillsdale and Terri a. Wilson Pittsford. Divorces a Margaret a. Adams is. George e. Adams. A Beverly j. Mohr is. Jerry w. Mohr. A John h. Rowleyjr. Is. Ronda s. Rowley. A Pamela j. Cole is. Ned a. Cole. A june m. Chatterson is. Danny l. Chatterson. Markets Lansing Mich. Apr a report recommending ways the state can better respond to a chemical emergency like the disaster in Bhopal India was issued Friday by the state department of Public health. The report Calls for a statewide inventory system for hazardous chemicals including ranking of Sites containing the chemicals. It also endorses a new Law to let workers know what substances they handle or encounter on the Job. The recommendations also urge mandatory on site Public warning systems for Sites handling extremely dangerous chemicals and use of Best available technology to control accidental toxic releases. Sunshine forecast a forecast for mostly sunny skies today was Welcome after Many Gray Rainy Days of late. The temperature will be about 80 degrees today with West winds at 5 to 15 Mph becoming North to Northeast to to 15 Mph. Tonight look for partly Cloudy skies with lows in the mid to upper 50s. Sunday will be partly sunny with highs in the mid to Lapper 70s. The forecast for monday through wednesday Calls for a Chance of showers mainly in the Southern part of the state each Day and Little temperature change. Lows will be in the mid-40s to mid-50s. Highs will be in the upper 60s to mid-70s. The upper Peninsula continued to bask in hot weather Friday As Marquette hit a record High temperature and zeroed in on its driest month Ever authorities said. As of Friday Marquette had received less than one tenth of an Inch of rain in May and no precipitation since May 12. Only scattered thunderstorms were forecast for Friday night and no rain was in sight for saturday the National weather service said. Marquette received just .12 inches of precipitation in february 1877, the driest month on record while .21 inches of rain fell in 1891, the driest May Ever said Tom Fendon meteorologist with the weather service office in Ann Arbor. Hillsdale a the Branch Hillsdale St. Joseph District health department is sponsoring several clinics and classes next week at the Hillsdale county office 155 w. Fayette St., Hillsdale Home health services Are available seven Days a week and the foot care clinic by appointment. Other services Are a monday medicaid screening Epst 8 Arn. To 4 . By appointment. A tuesday and wednesday walk in blood pressure clinic 9 toll . A tuesday medicaid screening Epst 8 . To 4 . By appointment. A wednesday immunization clinic noon to 4 . Walk in. Wic Coupon pick up by appointment. A thursday family planning clinic 9 . To 4 . By appointment. A Friday family planning Supply clinic to . To 4 . By appointment. Pregnancy testing Call for information. More candidates file Hillsdale a in addition to the 12 Hillsdale county Board of commissioner candidates listed earlier this week the following persons have filed candidate petitions for the aug. 5 primary a District 9 a Freddie d. Fowler 3891 Mauck Road Hillsdale Republican and Donald Zorn Democrat 5320 Dennings Road North Adams. A District 8 a Clarence r. Perry sr., Republican 11929 Greenbriar St., Jerome. Tuesday june 3 at 4 . Is the deadline for filing petitions at the Hillsdale county clerks office for the aug. 5 primary election in Michigan. Swimming Pool to open Litchfield a hot sweaty and stewing for a dip in a Cool Pool As of i ., sunday june i the Litchfield City Pool will open for the season Maggie Dooley City clerk reports. Family Pool passes Are available at the Litchfield City Hall for $60 per season. Individual passes run $30 per season. Those without passes can swim after paying the $1 per person admission. Swimming lessons will be offered july 7 through 18 and a second session july 28 through aug. 8. For More information Contact instructor Robin May at 869-2681. Alley to be closed Hillsdale a the Alley Between Bacon and Mccollum streets in Hilldale will be closed by the Board of Public utilities for an indefinite length of time beginning monday at 7 ., according to Doug Meyer of the utilities Board. No parking will be allowed on the West Side of the Alley and Only store owners and delivery trucks will be allowed Access to the Alley Meyer said. Utility workers Are burying electrical lines in the Alley. Omha to hold election East Lansing a Calvin c. Lutz Farmers Home administration Omha director for Michigan has announced that the Omha will hold its first Public election of county committee members in june. Eligible Farmers can become nominees for the county positions by applying for or being nominated by someone else by june to at the local Omha office. Stocks Down slightly new York a the Stock Market pulled Back slightly Friday running into sporadic bouts of profit taking after reaching record highs in the two preceding sessions. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials dropped 5.64 to 1,876.71, trimming its gain for the week to 53.42 Points. Volume on the new York Stock Exchange reached 151.20 million shares up from 135.67 million thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial average finished May with a net gain of 93.73 Points in the process going against a historical Calendar pattern. From 1965 through 1985, according to the Stock traders almanac the average posted 16 losses and Only five gains in May. . Steel Rose % to 21% in Active trading. Some analysts lately have begun to discuss the company As a possible store of undervalued assets. Losers among the Blue chips included International business machines Down % at 152% Chrysler Down 1% at 37v< general electric Down i is at 79%, and Mcdonald a Down i is at 102%. Township notes Jefferson Pitts Ford Osseo a engineering work and planning continues on the Bird Lake Pittsford sewer project while Jefferson and Pittsford townships still await word on possible Grant funding. Ray fix of progressive engineering presented an update on the sewer project to the township boards and about 35 residents in attendance at a special joint meeting thursday night. No definite word has been received on the Grant request for the project which is needed to alleviate pollution problems in the East Branch of the St. Joseph of the Maumee River and Bird Lake Marion Gier Jefferson township clerk reports. A a fix believes the Grant is Worth waiting for if we can get it a Gier reports. A the was told by the Der Michigan department of natural resources that we have a Good Chance of getting the Grant proposal has been languishing in Washington . Awaiting Federal legislative action for months. In Fau 1985, fix had told the Board the Fate of the Grant proposal should be known by january 1986. That Date has Long passed without word being received. Pittsford residents affected by the order to solve the pollution problems will receive letters and Bills in mid june on their share of costs incurred so far Gier reports. Bird Lake residents received similar Bills and letters in 1985. Fix in explaining the need for the Money noted a design and site acquisition costs Are being incurred on the project and it is necessary that instalments be collected at this some land has been purchased for the sewage treatment facility. Project construction had been scheduled to begin this summer but now probably wont begin until next summer Gier said. Nothing definite has been decided. The environmental Protection Agency has set a july 1,1988, deadline for the townships to solve the problem of pollution entering the River and Lake. A Al ack of Grant funding will not be an acceptable excuse for not proceeding with the project a the Epa orders states. The Epa is reported to have tested the River and Lake this year and again found the townships out of compliance Gier said. Because of this order Gier said it is probable the sewer will be constructed with or without Grant funding. The question at hand is a we done to know How much Well have to and transport carriers would have to report the routes they use to move acutely hazardous material to the state fire marshal. A Swift action on these recommendations will provide better Protection of our citizens from the danger of chemical accidents a said state health director Gloria Smith. A it is imperative that Michigan is prepared to Deal with highly dangerous accidental releases of acutely hazardous chemicals especially those with the potential to harm surrounding communities a said gov. James Blanchard who requested the report following a 1984 Bhopal poisonous Gas release which killed More than 2,000 people. A the More we know about hazardous materials where they Are and in what quantities the better prepared we Are to respond to an emergency a Blanchard said. A this information will protect our citizens and our emergency David Wade a toxicologist for the Public health department said workplaces were covered by occupational safety and health rules but the state does no to have a plan for responding if a toxic substance Accident threatens a wide area. He also said responsibilities Haven to been clearly defined among state agencies for handling toxic substance emergencies they Way they have for natural disasters or nuclear accidents. Hillsdale daily news 33 Mccollum Street a Hillsdale daily news 19m Cusps 245-700 saturday May 31,1986 Robert b. Howe editor and publisher Hillsdale Michigan 49242 William k. Turner production manager Susan l. Mcadam circulation manager Nan Johnson managing editor Douglas m. Yearta advertising manager Public notice following is the proposed Hillsdale county junkyard ordinance. A Public hearing has been scheduled for monday june 16, 1986 at 7 30 . In the commissioners room in the courthouse for discussion and comments. Hillsdale county junkyard ordinance no. 86-1 the county of Hillsdale ordains the purpose of this ordinance is to limit and restrict the out door storage repair or unreasonable accumulation of junk unused partially dismantled or non operating vehicles to avoid injury and hazards to children and others attracted to such vehicles and to minimize the devaluation of property values. This ordinance shall be known and cited As the Hillsdale county vehicle Storace and repair ordinance. Section i. Unless the context specifically indicates otherwise the meaning of terms used in this ordinance shall be As follows a. Junk a shall be deemed to be any personal property which is or May be salvaged for reuse resale reduction or similar disposition or which is possessed transported owned collected accumulated dismantled or assorted for any of the following purposes. Without limiting the aforesaid definition of junk the term shall include used or salvaged Iron brass Lead Copper and other base Metal or metals and their compounds or combinations used or salvaged rope bags paper rags Glass rubber and similar articles or property and used motor vehicles or parts of motor vehicles which Are used owned or possessed for the purpose of storing wrecking or salvaging parts therefrom. B. Junkyard Means an establishment or place of business which is maintained operated or used for storing keeping buying Selling junk or maintenance or operation of an automobile grave Yard including garbage Durpos and sanitary fills. C. Automobile graveyard a Means any establishment residence or place of business which is maintained and or used or operated for storing three or More unlicensed inoperable automobiles trucks or Mobile Homes including scrapped vehicle parts. Section la. No junkyard shall be located on the same lot or premises As a dwelling House. No junkyard shall be located in a residential area. No person shall maintain or operate a junkyard or automobile graveyard without first obtaining a License therefore. Application for such License shall be made to the county clerk in a manner and form As specified by the clerk. The applicant shall state his name whether a firm person corporation or agent the place or places at which business is to be located or is to be conducted or is to be maintained and the applicant s residence for a period of three 3 years preceding such application. After receipt of such application the application shall be submitted to the township Board where the business shall be located. The township Board shall at the next township Board meeting take such action with Complete Board voting to approve or to disapprove and shall notify the county Board of commissioners appropriate committee who will recommend whether or not the License will be granted at which time a Public hearing shall be held. Section Iii. The applicant shall submit with his application a fee of $30.00 for obtaining the junkyard or automobile graveyard License As set Forth herein and All licenses issued hereunder shall expire on december 31st on each year hereafter. Section in. Every applicant seeking to establish a junkyard or an automobile graveyard in a location not previously used for that purpose or any Licensee seeking to move or establish a junkyard or automobile graveyard in a location not previously used for that purpose must first obtain the consent in writing of too percent of the owners of adjacent properties in the area in which the proposed business is to be conducted. Such area shall include any portion to be used for the storage of any property in connection with such business. Section v. No residential property shall store More than two 2 unlicensed vehicles for More than 30 Days and not More than one of the two unlicensed vehicles shall be used for parts or be dismantled for Sale for More than 30 Days. Section i. No persons shall maintain a junkyard or automobile grave Yard within the county unless such business is carried on entirely inside a building or buildings unless premises Are enclosed except for Gates in places of ingress and egress by a Fence or natural screen not less than eight feet. In height with the Fence to be on All sides of the premises which Are visible from a Public Road. The Fence referred to herein shall be constructed from a material approved by the committee of the Board which material shall obstruct the View of the premises from the Public highways of the county and which materials shall be of a material and color which is compatible with the Structure and terrain in the area. In the event that the premises Are screened from the Road by natural objects or plantings so As to accomplish the same purpose As that of a Fence the county Board May waive fencing requirements herein stated. Section Vii. All entrances to the junkyard or automobile grave Yard shall be placed so As not to interfere with the traffic on the Public highways of the county. No parking by business patrons of the Licensee shall be allowed in the Public right of Way of the Public highways of the county. Section Chi. Any persons violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be punished by a Fine not exceeding $100.00 or by imprisonment in the county jail of Hillsdale county for a period not exceeding ninety 90 Days or by both such Fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court. Each Day that a violation of this ordinance is maintained shall be considered As a separate offence. Section in. This ordinance shall become effective sixty 60 Days after its first publication upon adoption by the Board of commissioners. Adopted this Day of 1986. Hillsdale county Board of commissioners by Ray Bentley chairman approved governor James j. Blanchard state of Michigan dated _ attested Thomas c. Mohr Hillsdale county clerk dated _

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