That means tho penalty increases from the previous misdemeanor level of a maximum of 0 fine and 90 days in Jail to a ,000 fine and one year in jail or boilt Chief Froschheiscr said he has already been asked what to do if a child attempts to purchase tobacco ■ Not only is the store owner who sells the tobacco products to the minor at risk, but so are the parents.
As of midnight Friday, it will be a gross misdemeanor to sell tobacco products to anyone under the age of 18.
zones for grasshoppers and that tho control cost could be expected to cost . Ke- en, townships, state and federal gov- ernments. Heidi master of Troop 59, oka recited the Star Spangled Ban* During his years of scouting. This summer he is working at Camp tfunsbine, a camp for mentally and physically handicapped adults near r Garry (May 1984), star (Nov, 1984)andli Tb. presented by Scoutmaster Garry Schoon and Troop 59 scouts. Alxtehners Disease and Related Illnesses suppon group for family and friends ot tho TRF public library. Ovcrcaters Anony- mous meeting at Redeemer Lutheran church library. Whenever someone appears to have a physical discomfort or a mental disorder, the first reaction seems to be to "take something for it." Aceordlng to Bryant Welch, executive direc- tor of professional practice at the American Psychological association (APAJ, tens of thou- sands of older people In America are Irving In an "Inhuman and needless stupor" Induced by misuse or overuse of prescription drugs. the state level to appropriate funds at' that lime.' If the governor calls a spe- cial session due to hl Tveto of the lax bill, it will provide an opportunity to address the costs of grasshopper con- trol. Wally Sparby of Thief River Falls said he had just returned from Washington. Mass of Christian Burial was held Corporation promotes jobs and eco- July 1 at the St. The Public Facilities Authority is responsible for providing grants and low interest loans to com- '" i for water and sewer facili- The Greater GIVE US BOOKS GIVE US WINGS mrwo FMiraww Da In celebration of 1989 u the year of the young reader, The Times I* cooperating with the Thief River Falli public library In running fob weekly ' column. , Ted Schindler, Gerald Marwitz, Ken Hag I and Bill Moser. Jack Scutlhorp'e Eagta Scout project waa a palntad s*t of modela of area water fowl to be used aa teaching aid* at the Agitate Ka Uooal D ._ _ _._ .._. Contributions toward the cost of the project were bypass the states because states have made by Dueka Unlimited, Dob Flynn and the American Legion. Harriet Trygstad, wbea my family lived In ■ Rochester. She was a very special teac h er, tad this book mlmcnccd me both as a child and now as aa adult. They need assistance in _ Funeral services will be held July 3 coping with this most serious Mi ten I- Wendy ^Swonson. The Olson-Schwaru Funeral expansion and movement of the Horncismcrtargcofarrannemcnts. Eagle Challenge was given by Jim These figures will be used by the Hoks, a former scoutmaster of Troop itfugeasieaclitogaldsfordispbyand 59. Welcome group Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the TRF city auditorium. Open house anniver- sary celebration for Clarence and Mayme Johnson at "the SL Arme din- ing hall fa Goodridge. Mils Tfiicf River Falli pageant at the Lincoln high school aud Jtorinm, TRF. The HHS draft report released a few weeks before' the forum stated that mls-medlcation Is a widespread problem among America's elderly. DC, where he testified at i- subcommittee meeting on state and' - .federal cooperation...' He said he didn't_ believe that the Congress understands the severity of the grasshopper prob- lem in Minnesota and perhaps in other stales. Clifton (Judith) Vc Vea of Bcmidjt, two sons: Richard of Minneapolis and Harry or Thief River Falls; Tour grandchildren; two great* f rand children; three sisters: Clara layward of Long view, WA, Myrtle : Ohniager or Minot, ND, and Ella Thompson of Burlington, ND; and two brothers: Clarence of Stanley, ND, and Joe of Mc Gregor. Interment was in the church Marne jobs for Tow- ic persons, and pro- mote economic development in rural areas of the state. ' place and have the capa- bility to coordinate services so that community programs to not overlap. I always loved animals and had an active imagination, so In "Charlone'i Web" I easily identified with Fern, the main nunum chjtracter in the book. ' grasshopper infestation." ' His journey to Eagle Scout conslstr Lc Rov Aasland sang -You'll Never c d r several rank advancements Walk Afone, acccn Tpanied by Phyllts hciudbg tenderfoot (Aug. Jack also made a presentation of educational purposes. Ho is a junior at Lincoln X)n Eagle i Wings was su ng by high school where lie participates in _.... •Pterad ACTling into Sum- mer acting class at the TRF public library. Zion Leisure Fellowship meeting at-Zlon Lutheran church, TKF. Cited among a "series of systematic weak- nesses" throughout the drug delivery system were misdiagnoses by doctors, faulty prescrip- tions and Improper use of drugs by patients. "We need federal- money for the control effort and it makes sense," Nichols saitt "If we don't have the control and we have extensive crop losses "wc will be in there for disaster assistance and still not have helped the grasshopper problem." Sen. Special music was provided by the church choir with Marjoric Schafer, organist nomic growth through research, tech- nology transfer and product develop- ment. Jack ncr while scouts from troop 59 pre- has earned 36 merit badges and many scnted the colors. f urge congress and die adminis- Catbo Ii C church in Bcmidji. He also worked there'll He is also a member of the. Robert Anderson gave the introduction to the ' Jack's Eagle project consisted of sharing NCSL's Eagle ceremony. Northwest Medical center (North conference TOOm XTRK Saturday, July 8 p.m. "The problem of over-medication and mis- medication Is so widespread that some people . Lckoy Stumpf of Plummer said that the grasshopper infestation was not known when the legislature was in session so nothing was done on . Paul; two daughters: Laurel Force of Vadnais Heights and Virginia Anderson, Ardcn Hills; two grandchildren; his mother, Janice Force; three brothers: Keith of Omaha, NE, Dunne of Huntington, CA, and Burlo of Benson; and his mother- in -law, Mrs. Sparby Calls For Partnership In Rtjral Programs (Continued from Page 1) responsible for creating rural develop- ment strategics. If you wish to share your Unpresston of a favorite book, ask for ■ "Give Us Books, Give Us "Wings" form at the library. The Challenge Program makes grants to regional organizations to encourage private investment, create Caskctbearcrs "Thompson, Joe Hag! grandchildren; one brother, Armond T he W"" Sovcrnmcnt Desautcl of Cloqu'cc and one sister, Ionn Cecelia Marwitz of-Brcckcnridge. The invocation was awa rds, including ihe Kknilc Hiking THE BOOK THAT GAVE ME WINGS ■ By Pat Mof Jekt S*ifrfmplojed wearer, spinner, a quittlni Instructor "Chaflotte'a Web" "Charlotte's Web" was read out loud to my class when I wis in the 4ih grade by our teacher, Mrs. Inter- (ration to respond quickly as time is or mem will be in the Holy Cross ceme- ' the essence in order to control the tcry. "An Eagle Portrait" making 20 life size figures of wild .._ ...... The Eaglc fowl and other water related birds Oath was presented to Jack by his native to the Agasiiz National uncle, James Sculthorp, also an Eagle Wildlife refuge. The Eagle award was present- in the natural colors of the bird and cd to Jack by his parents and the the other side in black silhouette. Sorurh-Knutson family reunion cook on t ot the Don Lunke farm, one-half mile north of Holt, four miles cast and ono-balf mile north. Open house anniversary celebration for Clydo and Erjna Shumway at tho Bemld JI Elks club. Lakeside Twiners square dance at the Rnhlm* rnn ru n ■■ afcelebnuloa - Sunday, July 9 2 to 4 p.m. are calling this the nation's other drug ■prob- lem," Welch sold. He and others spoke at a forum convened by the APA to report new find- ings on the emerging drug problem affecting older people who live alone or In nursing homes, and for those who receive adult foster care arid home health care.