complete with a big pile of branches, twigs
and leaves. Sparky also had a TV. Ann has pictures
and videotape of Sparky watching MacNeihl/Lehrer
and other PBS shows. She said she is very
grateful to have proof of this, because no
one would ever believe her otherwise.
Trustee Adrian Stefanish to Garfield Board
President Mike Cooper last February.
More than a year later, that statement
is about to come true. The trustees and the
school board will meet in Portage County Common
Pleas Court March 9. Both sides are confident of victory.
It's the low-tech, compact, underdog of a computer that
is having a major impact on the Streetsboro, Garfield and
Crestwood schools. What's so special about it? Nothing.
It doesn't have great graphics or great programs. It doesn't
run Windows 95 and it doesnŐt even play solitaire. It's little
more than a keyboard that runs on two AA batteries.
But everybody is talking about it.
The basic white, domestic turkey will do just fine.
But at Thanksgiving, one starts to think about a genuine,
Norman Rockwell, God-Bless-America bronze gobbler.
It should be a regal, dignified bird both on the farm and
on the table. Before its untimely demise it should
have looked just like the turkey on the centerpiece.
Such turkeys do exist, but you may not find them in the supermarket...
medical problems and perform surgery, these
doctors must be able to handle horses. This can
include affectionate pats, friendly nicknames and
even kissy noises. Dr. Aaron Horch proved to be
especially good at the kissy noises as he and technician
Mindey Maley and grounds supervisor Nate Meadows
prepared a trotter from Northfield Racetrack for leg
surgery. A ligament problem was causing a build-up
of fluids in the right front leg. The patient needed
a lot of cajoling as Horch shaved and cleaned the leg
prior to an operation by Dr. Arthur Segedy.