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or to a on be be Places Anthony on Probation Milk Problems Meeting Topic SCOTTVILLE — E. C. Meade, agricultural adviser to Gov. G. Mennen Williams, will discuss the problem arising from the discontinuation of the Carnation Co. milk plant in Scottville, with members hls conduct, this stipulation will Milton Anthony. 17, who was charged with negligent homicide, was placed on probation for two years Thursday afternoon by Judge Thomas F. Maher of Detroit at a special session of Mason county :imiit court. Judge Maher told young Anthony ;hat, during the two-year period, he is not to drive a car, but also laid that, if, at the end of the first rear, the court is satisfied with of Scottville Board of Trade and all milk producers and farmers interested. be lifted. The judge found Anthony guilty following a non-jury trial, which The meeting will be held at 8:15 opened at 10 a. m. and ended at p. m. Tuesday at Scottville Com"- """" - - munity hall, Loyal Bagley, chairman of the newly-formed emergency milk marketing committee, said this morning. School Board Election Monday Five candidates are in the race for the election of Union School district No. 1, which includes Ludington and part of Pere Marquette township, to be held Monday. Candidates include A. Wilber Davis, incumbent, Oscar W. Johnson, Ivan A. Tillotson, Maurice Tallefson and Milton Gunberg. Polls will be open from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. at Precinct 1 at Longfellow school for voters in .First and Second wards, at Precinct 2 at Oriole hall for voters in Third and Fifth wards and at Precinct 3 at Pere Marquette school for voters in Fourth ward and that part of Pere Marquette township included in the district. Election officials at Precinct 1 will be Mesdames Marie Masse, Cecile Johnson, Ethel Altrock and of Hazel Rowe : at Pl " eci nct 2, Mesdames Vima Prehn, Sophia Gunberg and Ena Lunde and at Precinct 3 Mesdames Ida Andersen, Ottilie Jensen and Lena Hansen. AT THE BEACH Water temperature at the Ludington beach at noon today was: 63 degrees. The air temperature was 66 degrees. Week ... Service Clubs Projects of the five service clubs in Mason Mason county Residents of the of Ludington Rotary club, Kenneth club, Carl E. Larson of Ludington of Ludington Optimists club Optimists club. 3:15 p. m. In sentencing the youth, Judge Maher said, "In this case in which the defendant is charged with simple negligence, he can be guilty of heedlessness, thoughtlessness or inattention, and the court can only come to the conclusion that he is guilty of heedlessness." In his talk to Anthony, Judge Maher said, "I have talked with the prosecutor and the sheriff, and both have told me of your excellent conduct. It is unfortunate that this happened, but it did happen, and I place you on probation for two years, provided that you don't drive during those two years. You are a good boy, and, if at the end of the first year you have shown that you have been a good boy, the court will consider lifting the one-year bah on your driving. You have been a good boy. Continue to be a good boy," the judge said, then asked, "Do you see what it means to be a good boy?" the defendant -replying, 'Yes, sir." The charge was the result of an automobile accident on the night of April 24 in which Mrs. Minnie Wright of Scottville Route 1 received fatal injuries. At the afternoon session, the prosecution rested after testimony by Elmer Thomas of near Fountain, who told of arriving at the scene just after the accident hap pened, and of Miss Marcella Astrauskas of Scottville Route 1, passenger in the Wright car. The defense called Miss Hazel Wright, 14, and Miss Marjie Wright, 17, daughters of Mrs. Wright and also passengers in the car at the time of the accident; Maurice Anthony of Riverton father of the defendant; Marvin Anthony, 15, his brother, who was with Milton at the time of the accident; Milton, the defendant; Edward Roller of Custer Route 1 and Ivan Andersen of Scottville, who arrived at the scene shortly after the accident; Marvin Berg, 16, a passenger in the Anthony car when the accident occurred, and Matt Urka, owner of a Scottville garage to which the two wrecked cars were taken following the accident. Assistant Prosecutor William Stapleton was in charge of the state's case, assisted by Prosecuting Attorney Vernon R. Keiser. The defense case was handled by Wilfrid Hocking. in in of

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 10 Jul 1953, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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