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Todays Bonehead Award:
Villager who drank ’14 to 15’ beers 
arrested after passenger knocked from golf cart
Today, June 8 in
1869 Ives W. McGaffey received a U.S. patent for the 
suction vacuum cleaner. 

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_____________________________________________________ Teacher: If you had $1.00 and you asked your father for another, how many dollars would you have. : "I would have $1.00!" Teacher: "You don't know your arithmetic." : "You don't know my father!" ____________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Suzette Ruth Martin, 50, The Villages, Florida Villager who drank ’14 to 15’ beers arrested after passenger knocked from golf cart A Villager who admitted to drinking “14 to 15” beers was arrested after a passenger was knocked from a golf cart. Lady Lake police were called at 8 p.m. Sunday to 1753 Lauren Lane on the Historic Side of The Villages to investigate the accident. Suzette Ruth Martin, 50, had been driving a golf cart out of a garage when it “slammed into” nearby landscaping, according to an arrest report from the Lady Lake Police Department. Martin then tried to move the golf cart forward and her passenger was thrown out. Lake EMS transported the passenger from the scene by ambulance. Martin said she had consumed 14 to 15 beers and admitted she was drunk, the report indicated. She declined to take part in field sobriety exercises, indicating she was certain she would fail them. She was unable to provide a breath sample and told police she has emphysema and lung cancer. Martin was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence and booked at the Lake County Jail. She was released after posting $1,000 bond. Even though there are no cars allowed in most parts of The Villages, residents know that impaired driving with golf carts and lawn mowers is the same crime there as anywhere else.
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Today, June 8 in
0452	 Italy was invaded by Attila the Hun. 

0793 The Vikings raided the Northumbrian coast of England. 

1786 In New York City, commercially manufactured ice cream was
advertised for the first time. 

1790 The first loan for the U.S. was repaid. The Temporary Loan of
1789 was negotiated and secured on September 18, 1789 by Alexander

1866 Prussia annexed the region of Holstein. 

1869 Ives W. McGaffey received a U.S. patent for the suction vacuum

1904 U.S. Marines landed in Tangiers, Morocco, to protect U.S.
citizens and to stop piracy.

1953 The U.S. Supreme Court outlawed segregated restaurants in
Washington, DC. 

1965 U.S. troops in South Vietnam were given orders to begin
fighting offensively. 

1967 Israeli airplanes attacked the USS Liberty in the
Mediterranean during the 6-Day War between Israel and its Arab
neighbors. 34 U.S. Navy crewmen were killed. Israel later called
the incident a tragic mistake due to the mis-identification of the
ship. The U.S. has never publicly investigated the incident. 

1969 U.S. President Richard Nixon met with President Thieu of South
Vietnam to tell him 25,000 U.S. troops would pull out by August. 

1978 A jury in Clark County, Nevada, ruled that the "Mormon will,"
was a forgery. The work was supposedly written by Howard Hughes. 

1982 U.S. President Reagan became the first American chief
executive to address a joint session of the British Parliament. 

1986 The Boston Celtics won their 16th NBA championship. 

1991 A victory parade was held in Washington, DC, to honor veterans
of the Persian Gulf War. 

1994 The warring factions in Bosnia agreed to a one-month cease-

1995 U.S. Air Force pilot Captain Scott O'Grady was rescued by U.S.
Marines after surviving alone in Bosnia after his F-16 fighter was
shot down on June 2. 

1996 China set off an underground nuclear test blast. 

1998 The National Rifle Association elected Charlton Heston to be
its president. 

1998 In the U.S., the FTC brought an antitrust complaint against
Intel Corp., alleging its policies punished other developers of
microprocessor chips. 

1998 Honda agreed to pay $17.1 million for disconnecting anti-
pollution devices in 1.6 million cars. 

1998 The space shuttle Discovery pulled away from Mir, ending
America's three-year partnership with Russia. 

2000 The Dallas Stars and the New Jersey Devils played the NHL's
longest scoreless game in Stanley Cup finals history. The fifth
game of the series lasted 106 minutes and 21 seconds. The game
ended with a goal by Mike Madano that allowed the Stars to play a
game six back in Dallas. 

2001 Marc Chagall's painting "Study for 'Over Vitebsk" was stolen
from the Jewish Museum in New York City. The 8x10 painting was
valued at about $1 million. A group called the International
Committee for Art and Peace later announced that they would return
the painting after the Israelis and Palestinians made peace. 

2004 Nate Olive and Sarah Jones began the first known continuous
hike of the 1,800-mile trail down the U.S. Pacific Coast. They
completed the trek at the U.S.-Mexico border on September 28.

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