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When we all work together,
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Muscular Dystrophy Association
Cornerstone Coffee House
Dr. Paul Olson - guest
640 N 16th Street
Come for informal conversation,
and of course, coffee.
movie reviewer sentenced
HIPPIE from 12 _
Papp’s attorney, John Rion, said
Papp fled Ohio because of threat
ening telephone calls, and asked for
-i leniency, saying a prison term could
jeopardize die financial benefits of
Papp’s newfound fame.
“This young man has been vis
ited with what some would call op
portunities of a lifetime,” Rion said.
Papp told Judge Thomas Rose
that he wants to deal with his drug
“I have goals, and I don’t want
to let drugs get in the way,” Papp
I have goals, and, I don’t want to
let drugs get in the way.”
“Manny the Hippy"
But Rose told Papp that his sen
tence was “not about a marijuana
“This is about your willingness
to comply with the court and the
system,” the judge said.
Papp slumped in his chair when
his sentence was announced.
“He cried,” Rion said. “He felt
that all his high hopes would be
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