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Hank Smith Feeds 8 1/2 lb. Bass, September 1966

Hank Smith Feeds 8 1/2 lb. Bass, September 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1966
Caption
Pampered Bass Conservation Officer Don Boyer laughs (picture at right) as he watches Hank Smith entice medium-size largemouth bass with bluegill tied to a line. The bluegill-on-a-line trick won't work with 8 1/2 pound Old Joe, though. The latter was fooled once (see story) and takes no more chances. He will swirl the water nicely (bottom picture) to grab unattached bluegill.

Hank Smith Feeds 8 1/2 lb. Bass, September 1966

Hank Smith Feeds 8 1/2 lb. Bass, September 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1966
Caption
Pampered Bass Conservation Officer Don Boyer laughs (picture at right) as he watches Hank Smith entice medium-size largemouth bass with bluegill tied to a line. The bluegill-on-a-line trick won't work with 8 1/2 pound Old Joe, though. The latter was fooled once (see story) and takes no more chances. He will swirl the water nicely (bottom picture) to grab unattached bluegill.

Conservation Office With Guns & Quail Shot Out Of Season, November 1962

Conservation Office With Guns & Quail Shot Out Of Season, November 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 10, 1962
Caption
Part Of Day-To-Day Duty: Washtenaw Conservation Officer Don Boyer displays sawed-off 22-caliber rifle, several shotguns, and a couple of quail shot out of season in Webster township earlier this week. Boyer and his fellow officer, Karl Brushaber, made the arrest of two men which meant the former had to spend several hours in Municipal Court to help finish the case. The arrested men paid fines and costs of $27.30 each.

New Officers of Washtenaw County Law Enforcement and Industrial Security Association, August 1959

New Officers of Washtenaw County Law Enforcement and Industrial Security Association, August 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1959
Caption
Head New Group: Jack A. Keller (far right), newly elected president of the Washtenaw County Law Enforcement and Industrial Security Association, discusses plans for the group with other new officers. Left to right are William W. Strubank, executive secretary; Don Boyer, second vice-president, and Melvin W. Liedel, recording secretary.

Witnesses Relate Bank Holdup Details

Witnesses Relate Bank Holdup Details image
Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
July
Year
1975
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