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Milk prices focus of meet
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Baker recovering from bone marrow transplant
on 3 separate days to determine her blood counts. My counts had to be up to a certain level before they would start to draw off the stem cells, she explained. However, she was haspitalized on the second day due to problems with the catheter, which affected the range of motion in her shoulder and arm. On Nov. 3, Baker was connected to a special cell separation machine that draws blood, collects the stems and returns the remaining cells to thepatientsbody. The process, which requires the patient to lie still for 4 to 6 hours per day, typically is repeated for up to 10 days. In Bakers case, however, enough stem cells were collected after just one day. They (doctors) were flabbergasted, she recalled.


In other business Saturday, Harold Gremel, District 9 board member, presented a brief overview of MMPAs financial standing. Gremel reported MMPA marketed 3 billion pounds of milk valued at $450 million in 1996. Accounts receivable totaled
Meet set on groundwater contamination
How to minimize groundwater contamination by petroleum fuel spills or leaks will be the focus of a workshop Jan. 30 from :30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth. The purpose of the workshop is to provide farmers with an overview of potential fuel contamination problems and how to avoid them, said Charles Gould, Michigan State University Extension District groundwater agent. Fuel storage is often a major issue for farmers concerned with the potential for risk to groundwater on their farmsteads, added Joyce Muz, Tuscola Water Quality ag agent. Workshop discussion will focus on fuel storage secondary containment, proper fuel storage location, the merit of a fuel storage shelter, handling fuel-contaminated soil, and what can be done with old fuel tanks. There is no registration fee for this worksh0p.A complimentary lunch will be provided. The registration deadline (for meal planning) is Jan. 22. To make reservations, contact the Tuscola MSU Extension office or call Charles Gould at 616-4566988.
$22.5 million, and the cooperative had an inventcry of milk products totalling $6.2 million. Net fixed assets totalled $43.6 million, total equity is $39.2 million, and net savings totaled $6.3 million. Gremel said MMPAs longterm debt stands at $18 million, however, the actual debt is closer to $8 million because MMPA has to borrow additional funds to meet statc requirements regarding thc cooperatives asset to liability ratio. Also Saturday, the local membership: OLcarned Deford l,ocal President Leslie Severancc has been awarded an Outstanding Quality Milk Production award, as well as a 100 percent score on conipl iance with the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance. Also honored for an outstanding score on compliance with thc Pasteurized Milk Ordinance wa\ the Raymond Wolak Farin. Awards were presented to both farmers by Richard Fluegge, MMPA ficld rcpresentative. In accepting his awards, Severance was quick !o credit several pcoplc, including his wife, Kay, and fulltime employees Tim Willis and Ken and Merry Stecly. OReelccted Severanuc ;IS prcsident of the Dcford Local. Keith Brown and Alicc Zajac were clcoted vicepresident and secretary treasurer, respec t ive 1 y, wh i le Martin Venema and Kcith Wood were named dclcgatcs, and Venema was elcoled to the nominating conirni t tcu. Edward Zimba was clcctocl to represcnt the lociil in the Outstanding Young Dairy Cooperator program.Reviewed thc locals annual financial statcmcnt, which showed a beginning balance of $665.59, revenucs of $1,3 10.34 and cxpcnscs of $444.78, and an ending balance of $865.56. *Voted to maintain local dues at $15.


Baker was discharged from the hospital Nov. 4, but continued outpatient visits until Nov. 27, when she was again admitted to start 4 consecutive days of high dose chemotherapy, followed by 4 consecutive days of full body radiation treatments designed to kill all the cancer cells in her body. Amazingly enough, i t went much better than I thought it would, she said. I feel that I tolerated it well, and the doctors thought I did, too. Despite the treatments, Baker was required to get up each day, shower and walk laps in the hospital hallway. She noted the exercisc helps in the recuperation process. After the treatments, Baker said she was placed in isolation to protect her as much as possible from any infection. Everyone corning to see me had to wear a mask, and any time I left the room I had to wear a mask. On Dqc. 6, Baker undcrwent the actual transplant, when her own stem cells were injected back into her body. Thats considered my second birthday, she said. I didnt realize how emotional it was going to be. Its like youve been given a new chance at life.
MICHIGAN MILK Producers Association General Manager Walt wosje spoke about milk price trends in 1996 during Saturdays annual meeting of MMPAs Deford Local. Also pictured are Harold Gremel, District 9 board member (left), and Deford Local President Leslie Severance.
Food prices down in late 96
Consunms got a break at thc supermarket line during the fourth quarter of 1996, according to thc Amcrican Farni R u re au Fcdc ra t i on s latest inli)rtnal survey of retail f o o d prices. Farm Bureaus Marketbas ket Survcy showed a 52-ccnt drop i n sclcctcd groccry items during thc fourth quarter. Americans paid $32.27 for I h select itenis on thc survcy during the fourth quarter, down from t t t third quarters $32.79 figure. It marked the first decrease of thc year a s food prices incuhed higher during the first 3 quartcrs. The cost of Farm Bureaus marketbaskct is $1.96 highcr than a year ago. While pork products wcre ; big fiictor in price incrcascs i carlier i n the year, they also contrihutcd t o tliu drop during thc 1ourth quartcr. A pound o f bacon, which jurnped 68 cehts during thc first 3 quartcrs, dropped 23 cents this quartcr. Shoppcrs paid $2.34 a pound !or bacon this uuarter. comnared to $2.57 during the third quarter. A pound of pork chops cost $3.27, down 9 cents. Ken Nyc, director of Michigan Farm Bureaus commodity and environmental division, isnt surprised by the downtrend in bacon prices, which normally fall this time of year. Bacon is still somewhat o f ii seasonable product, said Nye, It is a summer-demand product. The high deinand for bacon is still tor sandwiches. We are out of thc bacon, lettuce and tomato season. Nyc said the trend is changing somewhat with fast-food as rcstaurants such McDonalds and Burger King adding bacon to many o f thcir popular itenis.

Of thc 16 items surveyed nationwide. 7 jumped in pricc from the third cpartcr. Following a trend of the past year, dairy prices increased during the fourth quarter. A pound o f cheddar cheese increased 22 ccnts to $.?.2 I. A
gallon of whole milk, which jumped 13 cents during the third quarter, &owed down a little this survey with a 4-cent increase to $2.58. The higher milk and cheese prices partially reflect increased grain prices farmers had to pay during the past year. Other increases include ground chuck, $1.66 per pound, up 12 cents; mayonnaise, $2.56 per 32-ounce jar, up 12 cents; sirloin tip roast, $2.77 per pound, up 8 cents; eggs, $1. I O per dozen, up 4 cents, and cereal, $2.62 per 10-ounce box, up one cent. A 5-pound bag of flour represented the sharpest price decrease during the fourth quarter, dropping 27 cents to $1.17. Other decreases included Russet potatoes, $ I.53 per 5-pound bag, down 24 cents; apples, 92 cents per pound, down 18 cents; whole fryers, 91 cents per pound, down 6 cents; white bread, $1.09 per 20-ounce loaf, down 6 cents; corn oil, $2.36 per 32-ounce jar, down 6
cents, and vegetable oil $2.17 per 32-ounce jar,down 6 cents. American Farm Bureau, the nations largest general farm organization, conducts its informal quarterly marketbasket survey to help track retail food prices to ensure they are in line with prices received by the nations farmers and ranchers. While grocery prices have gradually increased throughout the year, the farmers and ranchers share remains steady, The farm value of each food dollar spent in the United States is approximately 22 cents. Labor, at 35 cents, is the largest component of the consumers food dollar. Volunteer shoppers from 35 states participated in this latest survey in mid-November. Even with the 62-cent drop, the $32.27 figure represents the second highest average since the survev started in 1989. The third<quarter average this year was $32.79.
stay of 4 to 6 weeks, bi Bakers stay totaled only 3 weeks. Likewise, her postdischarge stay near the hospital was unusually brief, After discharge, patients typically must remain within a 100-mile radius of the hoipita1 for 50 to 100 days, J ended up spending 4 nights there, then I came home and have been home ever since she said. It was a joyous Christmas and New Years, spent at home with family and friends, she added. And although Bakers prognosis is good, she is still not out of the woods. The future holds periodic check-ups and tests to mbnitor her progress. They tell me if you mak it through 2 years, you can begin to breath a little easier, she said, noting a patient isn2 considered cured until he/she makes it 5 years without the cancer reappearing. Baker is optimistic. The mother and grandmother is also thankful for the support of her family as well as friends and others, who have raised $8,000 to help her ou. with expenses. The support was doubled by the Aid Association for Lutherans, which matched the donations through its Helping Hands Program. Baker acknowledged she feels tired, and the walls of her home seem to close in on her at times, but she feel good.


Baker was discharged Dec. 16. In all, transplant patients are told to expect a hospital
I still have a long road to go, and we have no idea when I will be able to go back to work, but things are
really looking good, she concluded. Its fabulous to be back home.

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First months lease payment $425.00, plus $425.00 refundable security deposit, plus $2,500.00 down pay, ment for a total for $3,350.00 at lease signing. Taxes, license, title fees and insurance extra. GMAC mus due approve lease. Example based on $37,690.00 M.S.R.P., including destination charge. Monthly payment is based on a capitalized cost of $32,550.00. Your monthly payment may be higher or lower. Total of month11 payments is $1 5,300.00. Option to purchase at lease end for $22,737.1 Lessee pays for excessive weal 0. and tear and use. A mileage charge of $.15 mile applies over 36,000 miles.

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Although the Cass City Red Hawks are now just playing out the rest ofthe regular season schedule, a win in one of the 2 games on tap on successive Fridays could prove to be a much needed morale builder heading into thc district tourney. The Hawks split a pair of games last week, easily rolling over the Ubly Bearcats, 60-37, before losing a tough gmie to the Lakers, 69-53, in a game much closer than the final score indicates. The Hawks were to have played Mayville at home Tuesday and then fixe USA Friday, the team which may well he the best in the Thumb this year. The following Friday, Coach Jeff Hartel's charges face Marlette, the National Division's second place team. A win over either team would prove that the Hawks on a given night can play with anyone i n thc Thumb, and he a huge confidence builder entering thc tournament.
Hawks need win against league elite to prepare for tournament Diegel convcrteo a pair of junipers and a drive to the basket tu pace Cass City to an 1 1-7 lead at the end of the first period. The scoring drought continued in the first 4 minutes of the second period with each team scoring just 2 points. Tim Micklash then sparked a Hawk rally with a pair o f treys and a 2-pointer to counter an 8-point splurge by the Bearcats led by Brad Hagen and Steve Oberski, with 4 points each. It was all Cass City in the last half. The Hawks used balanced scoring which featured 3 hoops from 3-point range to lead 39-25 going into the last quarter. C a s City added steadily to the lead in the find period as Hartel was able to give his bench playing time. The Hawks' offense was led by the guards as Micklash nettcd 13 and Wallace added 14 points. Rutkowski led Ubly with 12. The Hawks won the junior varsity contest, 63-56. CC UBLY It was nip and tuck for the first 3 quarters after the Lakers scored the next 6 points to chop the I-Iawk lead to 3 points and then continued to outscore Cass City to I I I O V ~ ahead at the intermission, 2019. It was a 2-man show for the Lakers in the last half and it was enough to propel the host team to a win. Pete Beachy and Tim Russell combined for 15 of their teani's 20 points in the third quarter and 21 of' 29
CC LAKERS points in the last period. Russell was especially CASS CITY - Murphy 4-0 tough on the Hawks as he hit (0-0) $;Wallace 1-3 (5-6) 16; 3 treys that keyed his 12- Clesch 3; Diegel 5point splurge in the last quar1 (3-4) 16; Edwards 0-2 (Oter. 0) 6; Iwankovitsch 2-0 (0-0) 4. The Hawks' offensive load was carried by Diegel, with TOTALS 13-6 (9-12) 53. 12 points, and Wallace, with- LAKERS - Wheeler 4-1 (210, i n the last half. Both' 2 ) 13; Otto 0-0 (2-2) 2 ; players ended with I 6 Anderson 0-2 (2-2) 6; points. Russell had 24 and Beachy 7-1 (5-10) 22; Beachy, 22 for the Lakers. Schulze 1-0 (0-0) 2; Russell The Lakers had a slight 7-3 (1-2) 24. edge in rebounding, 25 to 23. TOTALS - 21-5 (12-18) 69.
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After a slow start for hoth Ubly and C a s s City, the Hawks pickcd up thcpace i n the last half of the second quarter and from then on do rn in ated.
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CASS CrrY - Murphy 1-0 (2-2) 4; Micklash 1-2 ( 5 - 6 )
ALL BY HIMSELF isAndy Edwards as he converts a jumper from 3-point range against Ubly. In the last 2 games Edwards is 3 for 4 in 3-point shots, Coming down the floor is Chad Diegel and Josh Brinkman is on the floor.
Ubly used a tightly packed zone defense in the first period and i t forced Cass City to the perimeter. Scott Wallace hit a trey and Chad
13; Wallace 1-4 (0-0) 14; Brinkman 1-0 (0-0)2; Oesch 3-0 ( 1-3) 7; DieEel S-0 (1- 2 ) 11; Edwards 6-1 (0-0) 3; Iwallkovltsch 1-0 (2-2) 4; Meredith 1-0 (0-0)2. TOTALS - 14-7 (1 1-15) 60. URIAY- Del011g2-0 ( 2-2) 6; Rutkowskl 5-0 (2-7) 12; Oberski 2-0 (3-4) 7; Mitchell 1-0(0-0)2; Hagen S-0 (0-2) 10. TOTALS - 1 S - 0 (7-12) 37.

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Cass City Red Hawks wrestling fans have had pleasant surprises as the incxpcrienced team has exceeded expectations under the guidance of Coach Don Markcl, That's the good ncws. The bad news is that i n the district tourney Cass City will he coiiipeting against powerh o w teams including Car0 and Millington. That's kecause o f the way the schools arc divided for state competi t i on. lJnlike haskcthall and football, i t is not determined by school size alone, but by size of tht. number of schools that oft'er the sport. That moves thc Hawks up a division to play against the larger
schools. The team districts are Feb. 12 at Caro and the individual districts at Cass City Feb. 14. That's in the future. Right now the team will be concentrating on the league meet Saturday at Bad Axe. The Hawks prepared for the league meet with what Markel feels was a very good showing at the Imlay City Invitational Saturday despite the absence of 3 key performers. Hawks wcre missing Chad Wolschlager and Don Pisha with injuries and Scott Haag, who was at the state debate conipetition. Cass City also scored a key win Thursday i n a double dual meet at Marlette. The
Hawks nioved into sole possession of second place in the league behind undefeated Cros-Lex with a win over Marlette, 39-25, but were upset by Sandusky, 44-33. Against Marlette the Hawks registered 6 pins on the way to the victory. Three Hawks scored pins i n both riiatches. John McNaughton, pounds; Adam Dorland, 125 pounds, and Dennis Pisha, 130 pounds, were the double winners, Dorland W O I ~by forfeit against Mar lette. Cass City's strength was in the 4 classes starting at 119 pounds, where they won each match in hoth meets by pins.
Cass City finished 5th in the Invitational with 103 points. Durand, with 167 points, d g e d Inilay City, 162 points, for the title. Other scores were: Oxford, 124; Marlette, 117; Capac, 98; BurtonBentley, 78; Brown City, 71, arid Almont, 17. The Hawks had h mcdal winners, led h y Adam Dorland, 125 pounds, and Dennis Pisha, 130 pounds, who were champions. Consol ati on w i n n er s f i n i shin g third wcrt: Cory Mayer, 140 pounds; Nathan Matt, 145 pounds, and Chris Dubay, 275 pounds. John Williams. 103 pounds, tinished fourth.
points of the g a m against the Lakers, but the early lead wasn't enough to give the Hawks their sccond win of the year over the Green and White.
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I n thcjunior varsity conipetition, Cass City won 4 rnedals. First place niedals were won by Travis Sohneebcrger. 103 pounds; Scott Moore, 112 pounds, and Nick Matt, 130 pounds. Steve McIntosh, 275 pounds. was second.

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