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Chronicle Uncle Tim From Tyre Says: Sentence 2 in 4-H ACTIVITIES
Want Ads Dear Mister Editor: hole country is crazy over it. store Saturday nights and gi
They Do The Football is as clost to a legal
gang fight as anything we got
The feller that runs the coun-
try store won't allow a televi-
sion in the place, so the fellers
away from the racket.
The store feller says TV has
its place, but it ain't in a place
Trick — Quick going, and it looks like the is double glad to git in the of business or where folks talk
to one another. The thing about
Steven Wheaton of Fosteria
was sentenced for a probation
lesser charge of impaired driv-
ing. The plea was entered after
a picture, moving or not, he violation Monday in Tuscola a jury had been sworn in to
HERE THEY COME.. said, is that you're bound to County Circuit Court before hear his trial for a charge
git tired of looking at it soon
Judge Norman Baguley. of driving under the influence By Bernard Jardot
EHB or late. Per instant, he said
he wouldn't take anything fer
being able to watch the first
He was given two months
plus 14 days in jail with 14
days' credit. His probation was
of alcohol March 20, 1970.
The charge was his third
offense. He had stood mute at Through their project work ership, and citizenship. They
man walk on the moon, but his May 25, 1970, arraignment, and club activities, 4-H'ers de- are building a better way of
he wouldn't give a plug nickel also continued.
He was placed on 36 months' at which time a plea of innocent velop into responsible citizens, life for themselves and their
to see a thousand more men was entered for him. improve our environment, and world.
do the same thing. probation in November, 1969,
when he was convicted of lar- He was sentenced to $100 build nutrition and health. They Opportunities in 4-H and the
Buy Now Before the Thaw. They is a battered diction-
ary under the counter that no-
body but Ed Doolittle ever uses,
ceny from an automobile over
The violation occurred when
fine and $200 costs or 60 days
A third offense of driving
also engage in community
development, strengthen family
life, promote education, chart
opportunity to join 4-H are
greater now than ever before.
Young people may join whether
and he jest looks up words in he pleaded guilty to a charge of under the influence of alcohol careers, and help spread the they live on farms, in towns,
Prices Are Sure to Go Up his clippings when he don't
know what they mean and he
wants to quote exact from
being a disorderly person in
Lapeer County District Court
and because he had failed to
within a 10-year span consti-
tutes a felony.
4-H learn-by-doing, idea around
We note with pride the edu-
cities or in the suburbs. Those
of all cultural and economic
backgrounds are welcome to
some official statement or make payments of $40 to the cational opportunities these Join. The main requirement is
science paper.-They is a Alma-
Next Month. nac in the store usual and a
Bible can be perduced if the
Adult Probation Department in
July, August and September,
as he was required to do.
Thieves loot -young people receive through
the 4-H program. Under the
leadership of the Cooperative
wanting^ to~ belong~tb~ane~arn-~~
by-doing organization that just
doesn't talk about it, but does
discussion gits so hot the fel- Leonard Honke of Vassar Extension Service, 4-H meet- it.
lers got to go to the source
fer a anser.
pleaded guilty Tuesday to the Connally shed ings and other activities are
conducted by volunteer local
The cooperative Extension
Service of Tuscola county pro-
leaders with the help of 4-H vides each 4-H member with
But they ain't no TV, and youth agents. This also Includes
James Connally of Crawford the latest research information
PANTY they ain't no football, and Sat-
urday night the fellers was Name officers Road, Cass City, reported to
the Tuscola County Sheriff's
special group 4-H programs
with our 4th and 5th grade stu-
and up-to-date methods for car-
rying on the projects selected.
counting their blessings. Clem dents in the Tuscola County
QUEEN office that a storage shed be- Using this information, the
Webster said he looked at TV
baseball at home ever now and
then, and he could tell pritty for Owen-Gage longing to him was broken into
sometime during the night of
the 23rd or early morning hours
School Systems. The 4th grade
students worked with the 4-H
Bicycle Safety project and the
4-H'er develops his or her
project, keeps records, pre-
pares educational exhibits, and
much what was going on. But
NEW FALL SHADES from now on thru the first of of the 24th. 5th grade students worked with makes demonstrations for the
Entry was gained by prying the 4-H Environmental Conser- benefit of others.
the year, Clem said, all he can vation project.
see between the razer blade
and beer commercials is big High School a hasp off the door.
Missing are 2 5-gallon cans
of gasoline, 2 5-gallon cans
These action oriented boys
If your son or daughter is
interested in 4-H, or if you
would like to be volunteer lead-
shapes with numbers running and girls from 9 to 19 years,
into one another. of oil, and 10" and 12" cres- and some 27 million men and er, why not contact a local 4-H
Authorities at Owen-Gage cent wrenches. Total value of women who once were 4-H club or contact the county 4-H
Ed Doolittle, that has a High School have announced of- the missing items is $35. members, know the meaning of office.
DRESS daughter working in a city that
has a live football team, said
he went to a game onct when
ficers for the 1971-72 school
year. The officers are:
The case is closed due to
lack of suspects and evidence.
involvement. To them we ex-
tend our sincere good wishes
for success. We also look for-
he visited his girl. He allowed RYAN'S
SHOES OFF MEN'S the only differunce from TV
football is a million people is
President, Jim Rayl; vice-
EDITOR'S CORNER ward to their continued achieve-
ment in their varied projects
in science, agriculture, home
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MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESS yelling in yore ear what is go-
ing on out on the field, and at
least half of em ain't happy
president, Judy Geyer; secre-
tary, Randy Howard; treasurer,
Mike Draschil; Student Council
'Continued from page one
Regardless of the exotic
economics, personal develop-
ment, community service, lead- Phone 872-3431
about it. representative, Fred Cooley,
SWEATERS SOX President Nixon is called the and merit chairman, Chris
names they give the food that's
served, it still tastes like what
nation's No. 1 fan, Ed said, it is: food catered and served
2 and that don't mean he blows
on a tray. Sort of like the
more air than anybody. It pre-steamed hot dog you buy
PRS. means he likes sports, football at the ball park.
special, and he goes out to a President, Elizabeth Good; You eat it because that's
vice-president, Debbie Dras-
Price BULKY ORLON
lot of the live games. The only
reason he can see fer the chil; secretary, Jean LaFave;
treasurer, Kurt Karr; merit
all there is.
Given a choice wouldn't pas-
sengers rather take the money
SLIP OVER AND
ACRYLIC STRETCH SOX President taking time out fer
football, Ed allowed, is that it chairmen, Jim Brinkman and
Cheryl Ondrajka, and Student
and buy their food on the ground
before or after the flight.
For Your Support
Reg. 69rf VALUE probable gives him cause to
Council representative, Brenda
think about the rough side of All of this seems like Just
COAT STYLES the Russians and the Chinese. Wissner. elementary logic to me. . . .
MEN'S COLORED He might remind hisself at
ever game, Ed said, that them SOPHOMORES
but then who am I to say?
I've always been able to run
Of Our Annual Broom Sale
boys is more than ping pong the other guy's business better
T-SHIRTS and chess tournaments and President, Wayne Albrecht; than my own.
PANTS trading moon dust samples.
While the communists is
vice-president, Bill Reese;
secretary, Joanne Jamieson;
treasurer, Kathy Dietzel; merit
HOLMAN CONVICTED If we missed you . . .
working on deals to make Mack chairmen, Dennis O'Connell and
REG. WITH POCKET trucks and entertain the Pres- Mike Flores, and Student Continued from pape one.
ident, they got stuff bubbling Council representative, Rodney CALL Alger Freiburger
$3.98 ea. in differunt pots on the back
burners. They's more in the
Gettel. He was pronounced competent
to stand trial on July 9 by
JEAN CUT, TAPERED OR
FLARES. ASS'T. COLORS
papers right now about trade
than about treaties to stop mak-
FRESHMEN Dr. Lynn W. Blunt, clinical
NEVER IRON 2 cno
ing germ weapons that can kill
everbody 20 times over, but
that don't mean we're out of
the woods, was Ed's words.
President, Marie Hobart;
vice-president, Debbie Gettel;
secretary, Nancy Wissner;
treasurer, Marcy Miller; merit
The jury convicted him of the
lesser charge of manslaughter,
which is murder without malice
and without premeditation, be-
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SHEETS & CASES SIZES S-M-L-XL So if Mr. Nixon can relax
watching football, he has Ed's
chairmen, Kathy Burrows and
David Good, and Student Council
representative, Jeff Ziehm.
cause Holman said he was un-
able to remember what he had
The charge was earlier re-
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Yours truly, OFFICERS Manslaughter carries a max-
Size 72 X104 or President, Tim Good; vice-
president, Kurt Karr; secre-
imum sentence of 15 years'
prison. Sentencing is set for
Friday, Oct. 29.
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