“Tame” ,morels on market

“Tame” ,morels on market
CASS CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY,APRIL 25,1990
PAGE EIGHT
CASS CITY,MICHIGAN
Englehart stars
as Hawks lose
Mushroom season arrives
“Tame” ,morelson market
“Mop1 madness” strikes
Michigan in May, with an
estimated half-million gourmets scurrying to state
woodlands in search of the
savory wild mushroom,
AAA Michigan reports.
As always, spring weather
determines the success of
the morel crop. Ideal conditions are warm, humid days
with adequate rainfall.
But if nature fails to do the
job, Michigan grocers may
x m n offer indoor-grown
morels.
Company M, a msingbased firm, has developed
methods to grow morels
indoor year-round and is
selling the technology
worldwide. Domino’s Pizza
Distribution Cop. in Ann
Arbor recently acquired
exclusive North American
rights to produce, market
and sell the cultivated morels. A pilot plant is being
built in Mason, Mich., and
the first crop should appear
this summer at a price yet to
be determined.
Fpr those who prefer to
gather spring morels the oldfashioned way, black morels
fruit fust, usually in late
April or early May, followed
by white morels about a
week later. Giant morels
appear in mid-to-late May
and are the largest of the
species. Michigan’s morel
season ends in early June. of fungi are hardwood rorEdible morels can be rec- ests, especially under moist
ognized by their pitted caps. . aspen, ash andelm trees, and
Other, sometimes poison- near streams and lakes.
ous, morels are not pitted, Apple orchards also are
but ridged or wrinkled in good places.
appearance. First-time pickHunting mushrooms is an
ers should hunt with an ex- inexpensive spring activity,
perienced guide who can requiring only patience, a
select edible mushrooms.
knife to cut the morel stems
Best sites to seek the delec- and a paper sack or basket to
table, nutty-tasting morsels carry the harvest.
MORELS “MUSHROOM” IN MAY
A
First-time morel pickers should hunt with an expel
rlenced guide because many false morels may be
poisonous.
Search for mushrooms at ground level underneath’
leaves, underbrush and other debris. Also look in woods
near hardwood trees, old orchards and stumps.
Cut morels at the base. Never pull morels out of the
ground.
0 Pick only unblemished morels and place them in a net
or paper bag. Never place mushrooms in plastic bags
which cause quick spoilage.
a Cook morels before eating because raw morels may
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EARL SCOTT
MACHINES - MACHINE TOOLS - GUNS
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A Eree fishing information
packet is available from the
Department of Natural Resources to assist groups
planning fishing events during Michigan’s fifth annual
Free Fishing Weekend (no
license required), June 9-10,
and National Fishing Week,
June 4- 10.
The packet contains fishing promotion and support
materials, a “how-to” guide
to planning a fishing event,
and lists of fishing promotion items offered by groups
supporting National Fishing
Week and free fishing days,
scheduled in 35 states this
Year*
“Last year, thousands of
Michigan residentsandnonresidents experienced the
fun of fishingMichiganat45
Free Fishing Weekend clinics and derbies, statewide,”
said DNR Director David
Hales. “That’s the spirit of
tliis weekend, passing on
fishing fun, skills and ethics
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
10 a.m.
Heavy duty floor model drill press
Hossfeld mod. 2 bender w/dies 8.
stand
2 Hienweme hyd. pushmaster
cylinders
Miller No. 35s wire welder w/spot
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welder
Miller spot rNeMer
Hi frequency adaptor for wire welder
Acetylene torch set complete w/
cutting & welding tips - tanks & cart
Kent Owens small hand mill
Miller mod. 250 AC-DC arc welder
Niagara #4 folder 4’xl”
Wells mod. 8M bandsaw w/3/4” blade
Quantity of new, 314’ saw blades
Metal foot shear 3’
Victor torch cutting machine
4’ sheet metal roll
Universal circle burner
2 bench grinders
Powder metal spray torch
Quantity of powder
Spool-matic gun
1”, 2”’ 3“,4* mikes
Inside mikes 1/2” to 14”
Set of Bay State tap 8. die set
4/36 * 14/20
Keystone adjustable reamers
15/32 - 1 17/32, original box
Metric set of taps 8 dies
Kennedy thread restoring set
Carrol Jamieson 4’ metal lathe wlquick-changer gears and tooling
Generweld #130 Miller welder & power supply 1 10-220 w/cart
Large floor model drill press w/auto. feed
Quantity of welding rod
Dayton tap & die set from 4 to 40
Pipe taps - to 1”
112’ square air impact socket set
Socket set of screw drivers
Muhi action air sander
Metal punch - dies up to 9 8 ”
Air tools
Drive socket sets 3/8”,1/2“, 3/4“
2 sets pipe dies - up to 2“
Palgrem #250 machinist vise
Heavy duty cutting torch
OK Jr. No. 31 10 taps 8 dies
Pipe vise wlstand
3 vises
2 machinist tool boxes
Quantity of key stock
Argo tank - C02 tank
Anvil on stand
2 dial indicators
3 torque wrenches
Machinist level
Black & Decker power grinder
Hyd. press
Craftsman 1/2” drill
314” power drill
Craftsman 7 l/2*power saw
114” electric drill
Black & Decker buffer
2 welding benches
Shop vac. - double motor
Bumping & painting tools 8. gun
Large quantity of C clamps
Metal saw horses
Quantity of acetylene rods
3 pipe cutters
Hammers - Chains
Quantity of cutters
Lathe tools
2 small bolt bins
Welding helmet - new
S’high. 12’ wide 2T overhead track
on wheels
1T chain falls
3 hyd. cylinders
12T hyd jack
Welding helmet lenses
Welding leathers
Large quantity wrenches, screw
drivers
F font hyd pump for small Ford
tractors
Snow blower for Sears garden
tractor
Dozer blade for Sears garden
tractor
3 tool boxes - 2 post hole diggers
Cattle clippers - 3 fishing spears
Lawn swing
Paymaster check protector
Small fish smoker
Cistern hand pump
Shovels - Rakes
Antique large railroad jack
Antique World War I helmet
Many others
GUNS AND SHELL RELOADING EQUIPMENT
Winchester 30-30 mod. 94 w/
scope
Ser. No. 1860633
Winchester 22 bolt rifle clip
feed - target
Marlin 22 semi auto. ritle
Mauser 22-250 single rifle w/3 to 9
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Tasco scope
Stevens 12 ga. double barrel
A 303-06rifle convert ~ 1 4 x 4 0
Tasco scope
120 HH - Keith Bancroft, 15.93, (1); Tim Rutkowski, 16.07, (2); Soshi
Imaizumi, 20.67, (4).
100
Tim Englehart,
10.38, (1) ;Delbert Mathewson 11.44, (4).
440 - Steve Tuckey, 55.75
Army replica 44 pistol
Kentucky pistol - replica - made in
Italy
Tower flint lock pistol - Libert
made in Japan
Gun books
30x60 power Baush 8 Lomb
spotting scope
Texan shot shell loader
Ohaus #505 precision loading
scale
No. 5 Ideal powder measurer
Liman All-American turret press
Lee power measure kit
Reloading dies
Trimike case trimmer
Bullet molds - Bullet resizer
Quantity of lead shot
Lead pot
Quantity of bullets
Bpprox. 800 primers - Clay pigeons
Others
EARL SCOTT, owner
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Clerk Hillaker Auction Service
517-874-4024
Copeland Lunch Wagon
Terms - Cash or check WAD. Everything settled for day of sale.
Not responsible for accidents
Auctioneers - Lorn & Clark Hillaker
Phone 517-872-3019 Cass City
The Human Development
Commission Board of Directors and staff invite the
public to attend their 25th
anniversary celebration,
slated for Friday at the
Knights of Columbus Hall in
Caro.
The celebration will begin
at 11:45 a.m.,with a luncheon provided by the Knights
of Columbus, and entertainment by the Sacred Heart
Men’s Choir of Caro.
The program will follow
from 1 to 3:30p.m., with the
keynote speaker Jane Snowden, Human Services advisor to Governor Blanchard,
addressing those in attendance. Also in attendance
will be Sen. James Barcia,
Rep. Dick Allen, aides from
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Report 2
larcenies
Cass City police investi-
gated 2 incidents of larceny
la3t week.
Tammy Wahlborg, 6282
Center St, Unionville, reported that someone stole a
camera and related equipment from her vehicle April
15 while parked near 6318
Houghton St., Cass City.
Taken were a Minolta
35mm camera, 5 lenses with
sun shields and one carrying
bag. The combined value of
the items is estimated at
$l,OOO.
The incident occurred between 9 and 10p.m., according to reports, which state
the vehicle was left unlocked.
Barbara Kelley, 4207
Doerr Rd, Cas City, reported a stolen ring last
Wednesday.
Reports state the ring, valued at $140, was taken from
a locker in the girls’ locker
room at Cass City High
School.
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Cass City competed in @e
Wildcat Relays held at
Mayville Friday and finished fourth in a field of L2
teams. caro was first, [email protected],
second, and USA, fourth.’
The Hawks earned 39
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points.
The running field event
relay was won by the Hawk’s:
in 58.9, breaking the meek
record by 2 seconds. Run-‘
ning were Al Dadacki,’
Keith Bancroft, Steve:
Tuckey and Tim Englehak4
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(1).
330 LH
- Keith Bancroft,
42.36 (1); Tim Rutkowski,
46.1 (2); Soshi Imaizumi,
50.67, (4).
880
Steve Tuckey,
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2:14.94, (2); Ron Miller,
2:30.37, (4).
290
Tim Englehart,
23.86, (11, Tim Rutkowski,
Other places earned were: ,
25.57, (3) ; Delbert Mathewson, 25.99, (4).
ShuttleHurdle Relay Tim’#
Mile Relay Steve ”UC- Rutkowski, Soshi Im
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key, Delbert Mathewson,
A1 Dadacki, Keith Bancroft, 3:M.S.
Discus
Brent Morell,
135’10”, (1).
Shot Put Brent Morell,
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aizumi, Troy Perry, Keifi.
Bancroft, 1:11.6. (2).
‘4‘
Wildcat Relay - Keith Bad<
croft, Tim Rutkowski, Tim:
Englehart, Steve Tuckep;,
42’6?42”, (2).
Long Jump
Tim Englehart, 19’3?4”, (1) ; Keith
Bancroft, 18’23””,(2).
2:26.0, (2).
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‘Discus Relay Chris V W ?
tline, 104’9”, Brent Morell,
123’10”, Steve
Tuckey,
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glehart,
High jump
6’31/i9?,
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Tim; Tim
En- 90’2”,
High318’9”,
Jump (3).
Relay - ~ f
Rutkowski, 5’8” (2).
Englehart, 5’1”’, Tim Rut,koGski, 5’”’, Troy Perfy;
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Pole Vault Jeff Kosal,
4’10”, 16’6”, (3).
8’6”, (tie for 3rd).
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to new anglers, and it’s reflected in the growing numbers of free fshing events
held each year.”
The free fishing information packets are available to
fishing event sponsors by
writing DNR Fisheries Division, P.O. Box 30028, Lansing 48909, or calling (5 17)
373-1280.
Groups that would like
their free fishing event publicized in a statewide DNR
news release of Free Fishing
Weekend activities should
contact the DNR Office of
Public Information at (517)
373-1214 no later than May
1.
Michigan’s Free Fishing
Weekend, held annually in
June in conjunction with
National Fishing Week - allowsresidentsandoutstate
visitors to fish Michigan’s
inland and Great Lakes wa;
ten without a fishing license
or trout/salmon stamp.
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SMART BRIDES AL WA YS CHOOSE
OUR FAMOUS...
WEDDING INVITATIONS
HDO observes 25th anniversary
The following personal property will be sold at public auction located 5 miles
west of Kinde on Kinde Road to Pinnebog, 1 mile norlh on Pinnebog Road,
1/2 mile east at 2778 Etzler Road (Huron County) on
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Free fishing
pa& t 0ffered
Elmwood
Township Residents
Petitions are available by
co ntacting
Elaine Seibel,
Township Clerk
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When huntmg, wear comTim Englehart did his best
fortable clothes with long
sleeves and long pants to to get the Cass City Red
avoid insect bites and poi- Hawks off to a fast start in
the Thumb B Association
sonous plants.
Wild mushrooms should track race, but Marlette’s
over-all balance and depth
be cooked and only a small proved
to be decisive as the
amount eaten at first to test
Red
Raiders
toppd the
for allergic reaction.
Hawks
lastThursday,
83 1/2
This spring, fresh morels
to
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will sell for $13 to $20 per
pound, depending on abunThe meet was switched to
dance.
Marlette while Cass City’s
Tourists are welcome at 4 new track was baiting to be
events
celebrating
Englehart won the
Michigan’s morel season: painted.
100and220sprints,the
The Mesick Mushroom Fes- jump and the high jumplong
for
tival, May 4-6; Harrison Cass City. His high jump (6Mushroom Festival, May 5; 3 1/2) was just a half inch off
Boyne City National Mush- the
school record.
room Hunting Champion-
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NOTICE
The deadline for filing
nominating petitibns for
Township Clerk is
May 15, 1990, at 4:OO p.m.
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senators Ftiegle and Levin’s
offices, county commissioners and others.
Persons interested in attending can call HDC at
(517) 673-4121 for reservations.
Over 300 samples of outstanding Heliopved ‘!’
and Engraved W e d d i n g Itrvitgtions,
Announcements,
Social
Stationery,
Personalized Napkins, Matches, Accessories and
Senior
ball set
May 23
Good taste needn’t b.e expensive. Our
beautiful Radiance album proves this with
the most exquisite contemporary and
traditional papers, lettering styles and
workmanship you could wish for! Our
catalog includes Genuine Engraving and a
variety of lettering styles that feature
[email protected] amazingly rich, raised
lettering with all the good taste and
distinction of the finest craftsmanship-yet
costs so little. Come see our complete
selection and choose the perfect invitation
for your Wedding!
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The Colony ~ ~ u slocated
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at 8430 N. Van Dyke Rd.,
Cass City, will be the site of
this year’s Tri-County “Senior Spring Ball” May 23.
A social hour will begin at
4 p.m., followed by dinner at
5 p.m. and dancing from 7 to
10 p.m. The Bob Fisher
Band from Bay City will
provide music.
Tickets are available from
council members in each
county and also Erom the
service offices located in
Sandusky, Bad Axe and
Caro. They are also available by calling (517) 2699901 (Huron County), 1800-843-6394 (Tuscola
County), or (313) H8-4497
(Sanilac County).
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