CASS CITY,MICHIGAN . CASS CITY CHHONICLE-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1981 Ever get so mad a t aput in more money; Make , vending machine your selection, please; Sor- you wanted to kick it? ry, sold out; Thank you for , using the Talking Vendor, Or maybe you did kick it. come again, and Don’t for- It won’t be long before get your change.’’ there will be a machine that will kick back. Already Such a machine will bene- fit blind persons, but I doubt there is a machine that will talk back. that was Coke’s motivation in developing it, So far, however, if sworn at, it won’t swear back, The machine, by the way, is apparently American We have the Coca Cola Co. made, but the talking mech- to praise or blame for their new talking vending ma- anism is made --where else? chine. -- in Japan. The company is sending Wouldn’t it be something if the electronics firm that the first 100 machines to Michigan, Georgia, Ken- made it made a mistake and the machine only talked in tucky, Illinois, Louisiana, Japanese? Tennessee and Texas, so it may not be too long before The article I borrowed this you encounter one. information from didn’t say EXPLAINING some CPR techniques to the students in :’ whether different voices will If so, tell it I said hello. Guy Whittaker’s human physiology class is Hazel Spencer, be used. If they are, for instance, BREATHING EXERCISE -- Kingston High School stu- LPN. Despite whatever nasty things might be said to it, so machines in southern states dent Kelly Jaster checks for signs of breathing before starting cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the practice CB radio stolen, far it has only been pro- might talk with a southern grammed to say polite drawl: “Thaank yo00 for dummy. Checking her technique, before issuing her a CPR things back: “You need to usin’ the Talkin’ Vendah. Ya’all come again.” “heartsaver” certification card is Lynn Babich, RN (left). a In New York City, where Farm accident it’s every man or woman for him or herself, the machine ’ might say, “You dumb turk- victim home ey. Put more money in the machine.” And in laid back Califor- A citizens band radio bines parked in a corn field a told Tuscola deputies late from hospital nia: “Heyyy, man. You mile north of Owendale Monday morning that she take CPR’training worth $100 was stolen from a want to put some more motor home in Cass City along Canboro Road. had told two hunters to get Karen Kappen, seriously money in the machine?” Thursday night or early Fri- John C. Richmond of Bay One became off her property. “mouthy” u injured in a farm accident There are other possible day. Port reported the theft to Nov. 2, was released from variations. There could be Michael Shaft of 6549 Main Huron county deputies Mon- and the other pointed his gun I St. Mary’s Hospital in Sagi- his and her machines. When- Street reported the theft a t day, it having occurred Nov. a t her and threatened her. a naw Friday and is now home ever a man walked by the If, heaven forbid, a person Hospital, and Lynn Babich, The CPR training was 11:30 a.m. Friday. The 10. She then left and the hunters recuperating, her machine, for instance, a has a heart attack, Kingston RN, part-time Cass City amduded for three one-hour motor home had been A resident of S. Kingston got in their vehicle and : The 15-yeardd daughter seductive female voice would not be a bad place school nurse. dass periods, on Monday, of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kap- would purr, “Hi there, hand- to have it in. The second year biology Wednesday and Friday, with home. Entry was gained by I pen of 2546 Keilitz Road, some. Buy a Coke and I’ll let That’s because 50 high dass is primarily for 10th the students’ last day de- forcing open a vent window. school students in Guy Whit- and 11th graders. The CPR voted to taking a written test Village police arrested Two Admitted Cass City, said she probably you come over to my place.” for $2.50 on won’t be returning to school Or maybe, “Give me 60 taker’s two physiology instruction, Whi tta ker said, and having their CPR tedv George Wisniewski, 48, of until after Thanksgiving, cents and you a n spin my classes Nov. 6 completed fits into the study of the nique & e k e d out on the Warren, a t 12:lO a.m. Sun- Mon. 4L Tues.! She is a loth grader at Caro gears.” the Michigan Heart Associ- circulation system. practice dummies. day on a charge of operating High School. Of course, like humans, ation heartsaver course in This was the first year a motor vehicle under the One result of the accident, just because the machine cardiopulmonary resusci- students have received the Although a “first” at influence of liquor after Sunday-2:30 till 6:OO Adults...St .SO tation, which can be used to CPR training. Whittaker Kingston High School, CPR stopping his car on Church in which she became caught can talk doesn’t mean it will revive heart attack victims had planned to incorporate it is taught a t a few other Street, east of Seeger, in a power takeoff shaft, was be any smarter. Chances are and other persons who have in the class last year but s&ools, induding Cass City Starts Wednesday, Nov. 18 a broken right a r m which there sometimes will still be lost consciousness. couldn’t get the instructors. Intermediate School, where He was taken to the county caused nerve damage in that instanes of persons putting Instructors were Hazel He may solve that problem the heartsaver course is jail in Caro and released The Greatest Thriller Of 1981! ! arm. As a result, she will money in the machine and Spencer, LPN, a nurse at in future years by becoming taught in health classes, later that day on bond, pend- have to learn to write with having their drink pour out Hills and Dales General a wrtified instructor. Mrs. Babich said. ing appearance in district her left hand, as she does not minus the cup. court . have control in her right one. Then if you swear at the Paul A. Langlois of 6121 Four injured after She has to exercise that machine, it will respond, McGregory Road, Gage- hand and in three months’ “So’s your old man,” or, “If town, told village officers time, should be able to use it your mother heard you say Friday his car was damaged with more coritrol, her doc- that, she would be ashamed between 11p.m. Oct. 30and 2 tor has told her, but it may of you.’9 a.m. the next day while be a year before it gets back Personally, I wish Coca parked a t the Village Serv- Cola and all the other soft to normal. Part of her scalp was torn drink companies would off in the mishap and later come out with another kind sewed back on but it’s too of machine. soon to tell if hair will The kind I would like to auto hits deer ice Center, 6415 Main. The car had a long scratch on the trunk lid and the screwdriv- er probably used to make it was stuck in the opening resume growing there. see aren’t new. I realize it An accident that began volved were: ton, when southbound on between the trunk lid and dates me, but the kind of pop when a car hit a deer last Bruce Kaake of 5111 Shab- Kingston Road a t 9:45 p.m. lip. machines I liked are the Wednesday in Ellington bona Road, Kingston, while Saturday, south of Bevens “Conscience makes egotists ones that would give you a township sent four persons northbound on Kingston Road. Village officer Bob Moore of us all.“ Oscar Wilde bottle of pop for a nidrel. to Caro Community Hos- Road in Kingston township was called a t 7:11 Sunday pital. at 11:25 p.m. Nov. 10. OTHER ACCIDENTS morning to Huntsville Mo- Treated and released were Larry R. Wood, 31, of 1405 bile Home Park to rescue a Gail M. Loszlo, 20, of Sagi- Crawford Road, Deford, Cass City police reported cat, which had fallen into a - The weather naw, and the two passengers while westbound on M-46, in the other car involved, east of Ringle Road, a t 5:45 Wilbur F. Chaney, 45, of a.m. Nov. 11. that a t 11 a.m. Monday, pipe which emerges verti- Thani Munir Isa, 30, of 6370 cally from the ground. Third Street, was backing Moore put a board inside a t Our Next Big One..Starts Thurs., Nov. 26 High LOW Precip. Columbiaville, and Harold Harold w . Spencer of 3472 from her driveway when one an angle, which enabled the Wednesday ........... 44 ......... 2s .......... 0 L. Eberline, 36, of Caro. The pine Street Kingston when of her children opened the cat to walk out. Thursday. ............ 5 0 . . ....... 18 .......... 0 driver of the other vehicle, westbound bn M-46, \;est of left rear door, which hit the Friday.. .............. 5 6 , . ....... 20 .......... 0 Mary Horne of 4118 S. Clarence J. Davee, 27, Of heHill Road, a t 3:40 a.m. right side of the car parked Seeger Street reported to Saturday ............. 59 ......... 20 .......... 0 Clifford, was discharged last Thursday+ in the driveway. Owner of deputies that the windshield Sunday ............... 62 ..........22 .......... 0 Friday. ~l~~ D. Ricker, 37, of the other vehicle was Helen of the car of Donald D. Monday.. ............. 64 ......... 20 .......... 0 Sheriff’s deputies reported Sebewaing, while headed Agar of 4581 N. Seeger Horne, same address, was Tuesday .............. 56 ......... 40 . . . . . . . . . . 0 the hSZl0 allto Was West- northeast on M-81, near Street. broken. The car had been (Recorded a t Cass City wastew,atertreatwent plant. bound on Deckerville Road, Colwood Road, a t 6:40 a.m. Iris E. Baltzer, 61, of parked in a field for two west Of Hurds Corner Road, last Thursday, according to Harbor Beach, injured in a years. The windshield was when it collided with a deer taro state police. Nov. 8 accident at M-81 and broken by a s-yearald who and came to a halt in the M-53, remained in serious threw a rock a t it. eastbound lane. Phillip Pettie, 45, of Bad condition Tuesday afternoon The passenger, Laura L. Axe, while headed southwest a t St. Mary’s Hospital in Two tool boxes with tools, Gaiser, 21. of Saginaw. got on M-81, north of Akron Saginaw. worth an estimated $1,500, - . out to warn oncoiiing trafiic Road, a t 7:20 p.m. Friday. were stolen from two com- Richard E. VanMullekom, but it was too late and @ 0 0 m - e m a e 0 m m m m 0 a o m @ 0 ~ ~ eastbound Davee vehicle the 51, of Muriger , while west- *~~ hit Thurs. thru Sun. (4 Days) NOV. 20 21 22 19 = the right front corner of the bound on Bevens Road, west Lmzlo auto. The mishap occurred a t Friday. 6:20 p.m. of English Road, a t 7:45p.m. Robert W. Heilborn, 32, of TRUCK LOAD SALE! 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