Memory Lane: April 7, 1971

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From the April 7, 1971 edition of The Forest-Blade:

As far as the eye can see
Scores of people and automobiles took part in the “Free Calley” parade Friday afternoon. It was one of the longest parades ever held in the county. Those taking part expressed the hope that the parade would help reverse the conviction of Lt. William J. Calley, charged with the murder of Vietnamese men, women, and children in the My Lai incident.



4-H’ers visit
Members of Adrian Junior 4-H Club tour facilities at The Forest-Blade plant. 4-H visitors included Darlene Chapman, Vera Jo Lumley, Karen Lumley, Denise Lumley, Diane Giles, Faye Garnto, Judy Wilkerson, and Vicki Wilkerson. Mrs. Julia Frazier, associate county home economist, accompanied the group. Mrs. Ruby Fagler demonstrated the page layout.

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