PAGE SIX - CASS CITY CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 21,1992 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN Peck dims 'Dogs' NCTL title dreams with 57-49 victorv ./ Coach Dean Roller's lay-ups and turnovers," de- Peck's Kosal, who added 3 high 17 points and was pri- 'Dogs traveled to AuGres Owen-Gage cagers' North clared Roller afterwards. baskets and a charity toss in marily responsible for the Central Thumb League title and easily defeated their Kathy Kosal and Crystal the frame. Kosal scored 12 hosts' best run of the night, a northern foe, 67-46. hopes faded Thursday when Durand split 12 first period of her team high 16 points in 18-10 span near the end of visiting Peck defeated the Leading 16-14, the Bull- points and helped the visi- the opening half that ended the third period that had the dog defenseinspired a 43- 15 Bulldogs, 57-49. tors to an early 7 point lead. with the visitors in front, 34- Bulldogs within 4 entering It was only the second de- run in the game's middle Owen-Gage's Carli Sal- 22. the final quarter. quarters to seal the win. + feat suffered by the Bulldogs + cido, who was plagued with Owen-Gage was able to Peck showed why they . * this year. Both, however, "We turned the defense up . foul trouble much of the slice into the Pirates' lead in stand alone on top of the in the second and third quar- came at the hands of the night, heated up prior to the the third stanza behind Jill NCTL standings in the final league leading Pirates, ters, which made the differ- intermission when she Susalla, who turned in a period as they held the Bull- ence," said Roller after- "We simply did not exe- poured in 7 tallies to keep career performance. dogs tojust9 points torecord cute. We had several missed wards. pace with the efforts of Susalla registered a game the win. Senior Lori Ondrajka led Heavily guarded Bulldog the way for the Bulldogs in super scorer Michelle Tkacz the early stages as she was held to just 13 points in pumped in 17 of her game defeat. Salcidoposted 1 1 for high 20 points before the the losers. interm ission. Roller's team was sched- Besides Ondrajka, Tkacz uled to face Port Hope Tues- (12), Salcido (13) and Sus- day before entertaining alla (13) all finished the Kingston Thursday. night in double digits for the Earlier in the week the winners. Cardinals whip OWEN-GAGE'S JILL SUSALLA slips past a Peck defender Bulldogs to stay Thursday for 2 of her season high 17 points. The Bulldogs dropped the contest, and their NCTL title hopes, 57-49. on top of NCTL Box Scores IE maybe you have played: baseball racketball I OWEN-GAGE - L. On- I volleyball AuGRES - J. Bilacic 4-0 (1- handball The Kingston Cardinals, sprinted 63 yards against the 2) 9; K. Jennings 1-0(0-2) 2; drajka 8-0 (4-6) 20; P. Tim- softball kickball aided by 3 costly Bulldog Bulldogs' freshman team M. NOW& 1-0 (0-0) 2; L. mons 1-0 (0-0) 2; M. Tkacz miscues, easily whipped with only ticks remaining on Nowak 3-0 (0-0) 6; A. Fritz- 5-0 (2-5) 12; A. Wildman 1- basketball visiting Owen-Gage Friday the clock, gerald 3-0 (0-0) 6; H. 0 (1-2) 3; C. Salcido 5-0 (3- stickball to stay among the top in the Owen-Gage was held to Kauffman 4-0 (0-0) 8; S. 5) 13; T. Muntz 1-0 (0-0)2; and football North Central Thumb only 142 yards of total of- but you haven't played L. Smith 1-0 (0-0) 2; J. Sus- Freehling 6-0 (1-3) 13. ball, until you have League standings. fense on the evening. Mike TOTALS: 22-0 (2-7) 46. alla 6-0 (1-1)13. Erin McLaughlin and Alex Tkacz collected 64 of those TOTALS: 28-0 (1 1-19) 67. played Campos each returned on 14 carries. blocked 0-G punts for first Defensively, the losers PECK - K. K O S 5-1 (3-6) ~ PAINTBALL n -I he ultimate s p r t for the nineties. x half touchdowns to help the were led by Eric Susalla, 16; T. Kosal 1-0 (0-0) 2; 3. \- X 10 play ball, call X hosts record a lopsided 43-0 who was credited with 10 Leonard 3-0 (0-0)6; V. OWEY-GAGE - L. On- win. tackles. Teammate Shane Durand 4-0 (2-4) 10; C. drajka 3-0 (0-0)6; M. Tkacz Leading 7-0 after Martindale recorded 8 tack- Durand 2-0 (4-6) 8; S . Dowl- 5-0 (3-8) 13; A. Wildman 1- McLaughlin's 40 yard re- les while Jason K r re- ing 4-0 (1-3) 9; G. Noles- 0 (0-0) 2; C. Salcido 4-0 (3- ar turn of the game's first corded 5 solo tackles, 3 on worth 2-0 (2-2) 6. 4) 1 1 ;J. Susalla 8-0 (1-3) 17. blocked punt, the Cardinals quarterback sacks. TOTALS: 21-l(12-21)57. TOTALS: 21-0 (7-17) 49. KINGSTON'S BILL HARRINGTON collected big yardage ran off 21 unanswered points in the 2nd stanza de- on this play in the first half of Friday's NCTL game with Owen-Gage. Leading the pursuit for the Bulldogs is Shane Martindale (20). spite sustaining only one offensive drive. Pat Taylor, who scored 3 GENERAL ELECTION times for the winners, TQ the qualified electors of the Townehips/City of: AND capped the 8 play, 46 yard, drive with a 4 yard plunge, and when Jim McLaughlin N[fifCE IS tIERpay G I V R b that a &NERAt -1QN will be held in the County of Sanilac, State split the uprights, the Cardi- of Mchigan on 3, 19921 for t h e purpose of electing the follawing officers, nals enjoyed a 14-0 advan- VIZ: tage. Following Campos' touch - NATICNAL - President and Vice-Preaidmt of the United States. down jaunt of 24 yards, 1 -- - Representative h -re86 (5th Diatrict). RETIREMENT Taylor finished the first half - LlEISLATIYE State Repret!mtatiVe (83rd District), scoring and the Bulldogs' STATg - 2 M r a of State Board of Education, 2 m r s of Board of Regents of the You can't retire to faraway places if you hopes of returning to the win University of hichiqan, 2 M b r s of Michigan S t a t e University E h r d of Tnrsteear 2 Elerrbere don't have enough money. A policy from Farm column, when he picked off of W y e State university Board of ~ ~ v e r n o t s . an Bureau Life Insurance Company of Michigan a Ryan Radabaugh pass and aX"Y - Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff, County Clerk, County Treasurer, Register of Deeds, County R r d Cannissionerr Drain C d s s i O n e r r County Surveyor, County Comnissionera. ca can also be your retirement fund. Call today to Rich Ypma sprinted 28 yards to pay dirt. find out more. The Bulldogs' record stands 1 -P - Supervisor, Twnship Clerk, Tomahip Treasurer, !tbwrwhip Ttustees, Township P.O. Box 40 -table. at 3-4. -- - Making your f u t u r e r D FARM &UREAU more predictable. - ' H a. MIMRANcE Phone-269-991or 872-5152 . uyI . . Ic Bad Axe, MI 484 13 1 Owen-Gage's offense, which has gone scoreless EXm-PARTISAN OPFICWS, VIZ: 2 Justices of the Suprw CMllCt, Judges of the Court of Appeals, Tomriship Libracy Boards and City Council M r s . over the last 14 periods, will need to get back on track if PUBLIC REAL ESTATE they hope to win this Satur- day at Taylor Lite-Life AM)AtsommQNmFoLtxkfl[NG~: STATE - Proposal A - L i m i t Annual Increase8 in Humstead Property Tax Assessfmats and Provide Sewate Tax Limitations for Different Property Classifications. Christian High School. - AUCTION ProposaZ B Retiitrict/Limit the Nm&t of T h s a Person Can Be Elect4 to Coach Arnie Besonen says it Cangr-sioMl, State h e c u t i v e and S t a t e W i a l a t i v e offices. will. Proposal C - Ehqt P r o p r t y Frm a Portion of School operating Property Taxes "As I stated bcfore, and Limit Annual Incc- i n All Property Tax AssessRlenta. where's the offense? We're F'mpad D - M Kichigan'a Auto Insurance taws. To settle the Estate of CARL J. SCHELL, deceased not executing on the line to The following two individual parcels of Real Estate will be offered for sale at Public Real Estate Auction on the pick up the blitz. We'll have premises h a t e d at 4141 Doerr Road, Cass City, Michigan the offense ready this week. SANILAC COUNTY PROPOSAL E Bet on it.'' I, CAROL A. DALE, County Treasurer of tbE County of Thursday, Nov. 5,at 4:OO p.m. The first ever mceting is slated fora 1:OOp.m. kickoff TAX MILLAGE PROPOSITION FOK COUNTY-WIDE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM Sanilec, llichigan herebi certify that an of OCTOBER 7, 1992, the recorda of thir officc indicate that in Taylor. the total of all voted iacreaeee, over and above For the purpose of providing funds Kingston added 2 mean- Safety Communications sysiem forfor a Police, Public the tar limitation eetabliehed by the Constitution . . ~~~ all of Ilichigan in any l m l unite of Sanilac County, ingless scores in the 4th Fire, and Emergency Medical service agencics in Curb and Gutter. 554 feel of road frontageon Doerr Road and 330 feet in depth. This acreage adjoins Parcel 'B" quarter. Taylor finished a & I Sanilac County, shall the limitation of the total t o be 86 fOllOW: on the north side. yard drive on a one yard amount of taxes which may beof Sanilac, Srnic all assesscd against the property in the County of WIT 116116 VOTED IUCREGE us6 YEARS I PARCEL " B W ~ dive, while Dan Kolacz Michigan, be increased by not rnorc than 5/10 of 1 ~ 0-G K .~ mill (0.5) of the assesscd valuation. as cqualiirctl. of all propcrty within the County for cacti nf thc years 1992 through 1996, inclusive? -*+-**---- County of Senilec -*rl**--***.-l 0 . W E Drug U0.M El Library --- ----- lm-93 1992-95 First downs 6 17 03.20 I Mithenu 1992-95 Rushing attcmpts 40 39 SANlLAC COUNTY PROPOSAL F Evergreen Tovnship 01.00 II Rod 19991-95 Rushingyards 108 247 Greenled lovnabip 01.00 U Rd. Ilaiat. 19dS-92 Passescomplete 5 3 TAX MILLAGE PROPOSITION 01.00 El Fire 1989-92 Passattempts 10 1 1 FOR COORUMATION OF AMBULANCE-EMERGENCY 01.00 El Rd. Ilaiat, 1993-96 Passing yards 34 53 SERVICES IN S A M L A C COUNTY a C m City Schools 21,W I Operating 19%-92 Passes int. by 0 1 For the purpose o f providing funds for the coordi. 00.11 1 Debt 1%-92 Fumbles lost 1 1 nation of ambulance-emergcncy acrviccs within 00.74 II Dtbt 1%-93 Penal ties 2 4 Sanilac Couniy, atlvsnced training of cnicrgcncy Ubly Scboolh 01.00 II Bum# 1992-93 Penalties, yds 30 30 mctlical pcrsonnel, physician supcrvision. nntl M . U i 6 El Operathq 1989-93 ambulancc-life support cquiprnent undcr thc tli- . M O O II Debt 1991-07 Spacious paneledliving m m , wall to wall carpeting and Andersen windows. Compact stepsaver kitchen with rection and supervision of the Sanilac Mcdirnl Birchcabinets. Extra large bathroomwith shower. Lots of enclosedclosets and storage rooms. Full cement block Thumb Ag Control Board, shall thc limitation of thc total aIlloUtof taxes which may be asscsscd against all Lluron Interdiitr 01.49 01.00 El El Sp Ed VO M Indrf. Indef. basement with natural gas "Hydro-Pulse" zone hot water furnace. 150 Amp electric circuit breaker, Culligan 4 water softener. Water well and pump. Mostly all copper plumbing.Attached Breeze-waywith attached 1 1/2 car garage with overhangautomatic door opener. 24' x 40' pole type building-workshop,concrete floor, 2 overhang Day set property in the County of Sanilac, Stale of Michi- gan, be increased as provided by Articlc 1X.SCC- tion6ofthe 1963ConstilutionofMichigan. by not tuscolr laterrediate 01.75 02.60 II II 00 Ed Sp Ed Indef. Indef. doors. Circuit breaker. Nice landscapedyard with a variety of mature Colorado Blue Spruce and Mapletrees. This nice home is in good condition. Thumb Ag Day 1992 has been scheduled for Dec. 1 1 mote than 2/10of 1 mill (0.2) or thc asscwcd valuation, as equalized, of all prtiperty wilhin thc Countyforeachofthcyears 1993.1094, IOOS an[l &Q& Carol A. Dole from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at County Trewrcr More detailed informationon day of sale. 1996 inclusive? Colony House, C a s City. THE ELECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED AT THE F'OLLWING POLLING PLACES: Dctails are available by GREEN LEAF TOW NSH 11' contacting the Huron, Tus- KENEWALOF TAX KATE LIMITATION TOWNSH1P GREE" TCWNSHIP cola or Sanilac County Co- INCREASE I'ROPOSITION Township Hall - 2nd Building Township Hallr Gilbert Rd. TERMS OF SALE: Both parcelsselling for cash. $2,000 securitydeposit on Parcel 'A"on day of sale and balance opcraiive Extension Scrvice W. of Decker & Shabbna Rds. 2 miles N. of Cass City Rd. Shall the limitation on thc total amount ol taxcs Clare Brownr Clerk of money on or before30 days from date of sale $5,000 security deposit on parcel "B"with buildings on day of office. which may be assessed each year against propcrty Arthur Severance sale and balance of money on or before 30 days from date of sale. A Commitment of Title Insurance based on selling price will be issued for both parcels ~ m m m m m r n r n m m m m ~ ~ in the Township of Grcenleaf. County of Sanilac, m State of Michigan, bc increased as providcd in The Polls of s a i d election will k open at' 7 o'clock a.m. and Section 6 of *flick of the Constitution of will remain open until 8 o'clock p.m. of said day of election. AUCTIONEERS: Hillaker Auction Service u m TheWantAds rn Ix9 Michigan of 1963,effective January 1,1993, for a period of four (4) years, from 1993 thmugh 1996 Lorn and Clark Hillaker m Are Newsy Too! inclusive,byone(1)mill of the assessed valuation as equalited. for the purpnse of Fire Protection in Linda I. Kozfkay Cass City, Michigan Sanilac County Clerk Greenleaf Township?
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