Fittingly, just after my retirement from the Parks Department, it is Old Timers Week. Congratulations to this year’s King and Queen, Bill Wood and Lorraine Ocheltree.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
WILLARD, ANNABEL PITMAN; ROYALTY — Willard and Annabel Pitman have been chosen King and Queen of Old Timers Day parade. They were born within a mile of each other in the Webster District of Madera County.
Dan Neil, The Wall Street Journal’s automotive writer has ridden in the driverless car, and writes that the driverless car will soon be common, and a good thing that will be, too, he says.
If you were looking for the Love Madera action Saturday, it started at the Courthouse Museum and spread to the various venues of service.
Some of us enjoy modern music on the radio. Others merely put up with it. And still others keep their radios tuned to the talk shows. Hardly anybody likes all kinds and generations of music.
I’ll be the first one to admit I watch way too much television. If I’m home, the television is on. If the government is using our TVs to watch us, they have my every move recorded. Does that sound paranoid?
“They shall abundantly utter the memory of thy great goodness, and shall sing of thy righteousness.” — Psalms 145:7