1962-06-06; Saline Reporter
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VOTE Board of Education Election Monday, June 11 at Saline Intermediate School 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Saline Reporter VOLUME 14, NUMBER 38 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1962 10c PER COPY — $3 PES YEAR ity Budget $162,269, on 20 Mills Seniors Honored In Awards Night Honors, trophies, and schol- scholarships from Alma college arships earned this.year were to Beverly Brown and Brian presented Wednesday at the an- LaRue; a U. of M. Regents' nual High School Awards Night Alumni scholarship to Ed program, part of the Com- Strait; State Board of Eduea- mencement Week activities. toin grants to Elaine Ference American Legion Auxiliary and Doris Herter; Danforth Essay awards were presented awards to Beverly Brown and by Mrs. Dan Levleit for the Gary Niethammer; and a Na- Auxiliary, to Carol Thompson, tional Merit Scholarship pro- first; Gary Niethammer, sec- gram letter of commendation ond; and Robert Smith, third for superior performance to in the senior division — and to Beverly Brown. Joan LaRue, first; Marcia Feld- An arc welding award of §320 kamp, second; and Robert Still, was presented by Mr. Wendell third in the junior division. Dickinson to Earl Klager. Dr. William H. Graves, presi- Superintendent Leo Jensen "^Si^ dent of the Ann Arbor U. of M. Club, presented the club's annual award to Ed Strait. presented the Scholarship Cup to the class of 1962; Assistant Principal Howard Hill present- Class oF 191 ' «*._«* abe Ruth Needs ear-Olds Scholarships and honors were ed the Sportsmanship Cup to presented by High School Prin- the class of 1962; and Miss Es- cipal Elmer Houghton: Honors ther Landwehr presented the Citizenship Cup for the Saline Women's Club to the class of 1965. Departmental awards, presented by the heads of the departments, went to Carol Thompson, social studies; Gary Niethammer and Ed Strait, science; Gay Beck and Sandra Brown, En- Operating this year under a glish; Gary Niethammer and new Babe Ruth charter, the Ed Strait, mathematics; Doris baseball division of the Saline Herter, homemaking; Gary Recreation department will post Niethammer, industrial arts; a team in the league - only if Elaine Ference, business and 13-year-old boys turn out. commercial; Betty Roehm, In order to be sanctioned in girls' physical education; and the league, the team must in- Katrene Gall and Lydia Robi- clude at least ten' 13-year-olds, sonf band. ■*.- . ... Don Leidheiser, baseball chair- The Business and Profession- man, said. All 13-year-old boys al Women's club scholarship who would like to play on a was presented by BPW presi- Babe Ruth team are urged to dent Jean Taylor to Elaine Fer- contact either of the two nian- ence; Pat Bird was named as agers, Clyde Griffin or D. C. alternate. McCormick, or one of the Little The Unterkircher scholarship League directors, Charles Up- was divided equally between Ed haus or Loren Bersuder. Strait and Elaine Ference, and The first Babe Ruth game is presented by Leo Jensen, scheduled for Wednesday, June Forensic awards were presen Will Bend for Capital Expansion as Needed City Council Monday night yet have. These figures have approved a total general fund nothing to do with our general budget of §162,269, for the operating budget, and the ap- 1962-63 fiscal year. The bud- proval of this budget doesn't in- get, based on 20 mills, is slight- itiate action for a bond issue." ly lower than last year's, al- Said Mayor Jack Bennett: "I though the actual assessed val- don't see how we can gain by uation has increased by deleting such important things §100,000. as a storm sewer, water tower, Not included in the general and others. I would like to see fund budget, but approved at it included and then start work- the same time, was a §309,200 ing on how we can pay for it." capital expansion program, for The prQposed pr0jeets and which the city may bond, after ^ir estimated cost: a current study is completed .to determine which of the seven Expansion and Improvements: included projects are urgently 1- Complete Clark & Depot Sts. needed. 8" Water Main § 11,200 Last year's general fund bud- 2. East Belt Sewer 125,000 Water Tower 90,000 Expand Sewer plant 75,000 Extend Storm Sewer at Disposal Plant 4,900 Complete fence at Disposal Plant 3,000 Cap Well 100 §309,200 "•an*** . jj<S- City Buys Park Land With '8 Step Taken To Fifl Gaps In Sidewalks CITY TO LEASE VOTING MACHINE City Council has authorized the lease of a third voting machine, with an option to purchase at $1,640, to be delivered before the August primary el- With a view to providing ection. The rental for the ma- "continuous sidewalks for cbnie was included in the bud- school children and adults who get for the coming year. want to walk uptown," City Council this week requested 43 property owners to install side- 13, when the two Saline teams ted by Margaret Baker, teacher walks on their lots before Au- will meet. - 0f speech. Debate certificates Sust 1, . Also new this year is the T- from the Detroit Free Press If the work Is not completed Ball league for 8 and 9-year- went to Louise Anderson, Ray hV that time> the city ^^ in" olds. Thus far 48 boys have Andres, Beverly Brown, Vicky staU the walks by special assigned up for this league. T- Hill, Mary Sue Gordon, Linda sessment, Council decided in a Ball, said Leidheiser, makes a Heiserman, and Sandra Brown. '" fast game for young boys just Michigan Forensic association starting out in baseball. pins went to Beverly Brown, Some 140 boys are included Vicky Hill, Susan Anthony, Jain the Little League roster. Lit- net Richards, Marilyn Struble, tie Leaguers are divided into Ed Ross, Abbie Young, Lydia ea from every section of the two leagues, the American and Robison, Mary Sue Gordon, Lin- the National, with five teams da Heiserman, and Sandra in each league. This year 13- Brown, year-olds who do not make the Robert Weisenreder, presi- Jack Measley Joins Local Police Force School Candidates Speak Both candidates for the TBoard of Ediicatioii"seat to?be - filled at the Monday, June 11, election spoke Wednesday night at a public meeting of the Saline Area Civic association, arid, both — at the request of the association and The Reporter — prepared statements for the press. The candidates answered three questions presented by SACA: 1. Why are you running for office? 2. What do you. feel you can contribute? 3. Do you feel there are any particular problems facing the community in which we live? Their statements follow: OLIVER STEINER DONALD WIEDMAN unanimous vote. Completion of sidewalks on Jack Measley, 31, a veteran with nine years' experience in II . - . _. - __ J. * 1 1 W-UIi, ___A_*_- JV.IUO V-_-lJ t_._.__.J.A^_. *__ the designated property will .. /, . * . , ., .. . . police work, has been employed provide continuous routes to e . „ ' , % r, fL _ i j j 4. as a full time member of the the schools and downtown ar- ~ .. . _, .. _, Saline force, Police Commissioner Glenn Clark reported to City Council Monday. Measley, who lives at 208 W. McKay St., was selected from city, Street Commissioner George Anderson pointed out. They include isolated lots in Golden Acres (lot 66, to be in- j ■-«.._ -Kjiwa wii\j \x\j __»_■_ _juhj.__v-. __aw iwuci_■ *»wow_.\,wv_j j* _._•■_.-. .n j 1 .v 'i \ (~*v*f\n A _r» GlgXlX SppilC_l_T_S XOI7 lilt Vd.Ld.__~ Babe Ruth teams will play Lit- dent of the class of 1962, pre- stalled °y ™? U'. T~en fj. cy created when James Levleit tie League baseball. In previous sented Senior scholarships to res> and Saline ^fnts aaai- wa£_ promoted to the position years, boys were eligible only Edward Korte, Tom Wagener, tl0n> Plu,!r Slt*;s°n ^uus, Kusseu nf nl,._f Wo -c c^oH,l1oH m flnp through age 12. Donna VanNest, and named Pat street W McKay, HoUywood^ No boy who turned out for Bird as alternate. Bennett street, N. Maple Mark the recreation department's Merit service honors, present- Hannah Ct., Mams, ana uetroit baseball program was turned ed by Howard Hill, went to Ed st- . away, and, according to the strait, Donna Diuble, Sandra Not.included, although they board of kirectors, the pro- Brown, Gary Niethammer, Ka- still lack sections of sidewalk gram can actually accomodate trene GaU, Rick Johnson, Tom *™ s- Ann Arbor, the west side get was §168,494.27 - but it 3. included an expected bond is- 4. sue of §3,800 for special assess- 5. ment districts, which never became necessary, so that actual 6. expenditures were about the same. • 7. The city's assessed valuation for the 1962 tax roll is §4,403,217, as compared with last year's §4,302,560. The 1962-63 budget includes §18,150 under administration; §36,430 for the police; §4,920, fire department; and §68,290 for the department of public works, including §22,810 for street maintenance and con- The City of Saline has pur- struction. Other major figures chased approximately 21 acres in the DPW list are cemetery 0f additional park land, all west and park maintenance, street of the river but adjacent to lighting, and garbage collection the present park. The parcel in- (§5,100). eludes 200 feet of frontage on A sum of §1,000 is alloted for w. Michigan avenue, the Saline Library; §2,225 for The entire purchase price, the-" recreation prOgrami-ajidL .§4,000, was. a gift to the city §3,000 for legal expenses. Total from Carl Curtiss, president of budget for the water supply and the Citizens Bank, sewage disposal plant is The new purchase brings the §49,789. city's acquisitions in that area The §309,200 capital expan- this year to a total of about sion program was approved on- 73 acres, including the millpond, ly after. lengthy discussion as all of it formerly part of the to whether it was possible to Saline Mill property, owned by budget at all for a project not the Hamel Bros. Chemical Co., yet out of the "proposed" stage. Inc., Mt. Pleasant. A study now under way by the The new parcel was previous- engineering firm Ayres, Lewis, ly owned by the city, but was Norris & May is expected to sold to Ford Motor Co. in 1936 indicate which of the projects when the company purchased are immediately needed, and property to make up the Saline give a better estimate of their Mill site. It was later sold to cost. It is expected to be com- Valley Chemical Co. before Ha- pleted next month. mel Bros, acquired it. But, said Budget Commission- er George Johnson: "How soon is immediate?" and: "There is ISudget il-CIUCieS no real basis for the figures ^^^ o-in 4? given here; it's just an educat- ^_J,olU LOT > ed guess." Said Councilman Milhan: "We're just trying to outguess an engineering report we don't Street Work Girls' Gym of chief. He is scheduled on the midnight shift, this week. Measley is employed for a ., (photo b wmiam Dobos) «i am a candidate because _ 90-day probationary period, to am interested in the progress Field DaV become permanent if his work "I enjoy working on the of me Saline area as well as A «^u ^aJ is satisfactory, Clark pointed Board of Education. I am per- the progress of our county and Wl linerS Named out. The hiring procedure, new SQnally interested ta our sehools nation » in the police department here, _ „ +_ ^.^ ^d ,_. did nQt ^ as & candidate Winners in a Field Day corn- Bids on an estimated §22,810 worth of street maintenance and construction were acknowledged by Council Monday, and tabled until the June 18 meeting for study. The planned work includes sealcoating N. Lewis from Russell to Bennett, §970; Mills Rd., Michigan Ave. to Hollywood Dr. u_o.t.*- U.CUC vjr_JJL, Ai,iv~x wj.a_.jv~, — v.._ TV/T'll A + -f T^io+ynit —**- jj^_.v-^_ _*.£._.. -__*..... ._~-^, ^ ^ more boys if there are some Jeppesen Donna Richards Sa- ^J^^^^^ Eludes a written examination ~ ^^7 * " becaus7 of" an"y "c^anT"thing petition in High School girls' SKS^;^"^: who would still like to take ra Schaible, Dons Herter, Lou- ™ ^^J^ „„^2„A1_ and a personal interview with school here. ^ my opposite hag don6; but gym classesi were announced^©- coat ^ £ewfa tQ '^ m y three ..-u „„._u Buu «_>= «, — xa Schaible, Doris Herter, Lou- ^ ctofand Sams Also and a perSOnal teterview w*h SCh°o1 h6re" that my opposite nas aone, our «™ * coat from Lewis part. Serving on the Board are ise Anderson, Elaine Ference, road Clark ^ ^ams._A*o -.^ ^f Levleit Commis- «t feei I can contribute the : feel ^t the public should day by Miss Sally Stimpson, ^.-,„rT__ _._.. t_ „,__ m „„.„-,-. b^™™ omitted was sidewaikless prop sioner Clark> Councilman Jer- experience of having been on have a choice 0^ tne school physical education instructor. |' «60o. rebuild H^ St ome Hemmye, and a psychia- the Board of Education as sec- board or ^y public office» In the eighth grade broad > '^^ Maple s^ trist, Dr. Thomas Buchanan of retary for the past six years. ,.T have lived in this com- JumP. toP honors went to Sue from Michigan Ave to the end Sahne. During this period our new munity au 0f my life. I have Dechert, Sue Guenther, Terry Qf curb $355(). resurface N Measley received his high mgh School was planned and watched the Saline school sys- Fojtik, Betty Judy Barb Fink- Harris ^^m^M tQ Clar^ jchool diploma whole serving added to the system." tem grow f-m the time some beiner, and Mildred Haeussler, surface N Ann Ar- _ %SeirZlT:^oLT^ "^ W ^ Saline area's of the school board went from fj**^-™^™^ bor from McKay to the railroad, Charles Uphaus, secretary, Lor- Tom Wagener, Beverly Brown, ^^^^T^ribe^oy en Bersuder and Allan Gross- and Sandy Merritt. D^ead^MnS IStratt as "i^l ttian. Pat Bird was named recipient D™ head Mike btrait as ior Rounding out the baseball 0f the Student Council scholar- gottenland . program is the Connie Mack ship, with Michael Frey as al- # _ , League for boys 16, 17 and 18 ternate. It was presented by Police Make ItoU Property Checks years of age. Saline's Connie Gary Niethammer. Mack team will play seven home Student Council officers for games this year. Their games 1962-63 were installed: Gayle are played on Saturdays and Finkbeiner, president; Robert Sundays. In addition to their Merchant, vice president; Jean home games, the schedule in- Schaible, secretary; and Bruce eludes five more games to be Niethammer, treasurer. played away. The team will also ■ —— play in the Ann Arbor High T0 ENTER MED SCHOOL School League this season, with _ of 7784 Au- lations; nine other arrests, 102 __V Mondays "d w a-W-IS&S-Si 5a^?_2_-_ *___ The Saline Connie Mack ro& Saline police made 1,260 pro perty checks, 1,218 of them the Ann Arbor pohce force from * "routine", and 42 "special" dur- January, 1953, to May, 1956. industrial plants ing low hurdles included Sandy specific problem is its lack of rural school to rural school to , _> . whose eval- explain the needs of more edu- Burkhart, Mary Banks, Kathy §5,000. muustiiai pianis — wnusc even- ~»i- -~ > -d,,^* „,.<. tt,..-, iwravrooii Rarh -^ costs are estimates, in- uation would greatly benefit cation than just 8th grade, and f™^' ***?n ^^1 ,'X. duded m *e 1962-63 budget. thP r^tVof Mav'accord- Since that time he has been a "auon WUU1U e---uy u_ii_i_l —-"----j—__---_—, , . , - ,. Living- the month of May, accord ^_.M,o /,Qr,„+„ qti#, OTI1_lnW(, the schools taxwise. H our com- ask the boys and girls to come l^ssmg, and Jackie Laving- - -- -_ - ... CTAnfl ing to Police Chief James Lev- leit's monthly report. The report also listed 38 traffic violations, 230 parking vio Sheriff's deputy and employed by the University of Michigan, in police work. _onme mac. x.-- seteVtea" by l_e" University of dents, of which two involved ter this year^ncludes^ Z- Michigan medical .hoo^to en- P-onal^unes- lowfag boys: Rick Johnson, Milt ter training in Segteate as mUeage of 4,247 mUes. Stemen, Don Leidheiser, John. Ae class of■ 1«H^^SSaS SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICE- Thoss, Jim Walters, Bill Davis, Dr. Charles J. nipper, assouaie o«^ „___„__,„ „rtT_o_ ALUMNI BANQUET, DANCE SCHEDULED The annual SHS Alumni Ban- and patrol quet is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the High School; tickets are $2 a person. stone. we In the ninth grade, Joan So- BUILDING PERMIT ISSUED uation (while our school pop- were in very bad need of equip- ^^^^hT^tX °N L°WERY FAKM ulation doesl school taxes will ment. We obtained some of our ^ Place ™ ™ Dr°?^ JumP' T ulation does), school taxes will erience at the Y si with Linda Labay thirf and A Lodi township budding per- F F Pat Hughes fourth. In the low nut has been issued to Daryel hurdles, winners were Linda De- Rr Wisely, of 3545 Woodland, chert, Linda Labay, Bonny Ann Arbor, for a two-story munity does not expand indus- to Saline to High School." trially or increase in tax eval- "When I came to SHS, have to increase." State hospital shop. My own first year project was to repair hall lockers. But over the years _ . this has changed. I have watch- The City Planning Commis- ^ the assessed valuation in- SUBDIVISION PLANS OK'D Hack, and'Carol Michalke. brick and frame residence at a Sue Washburn, Barbara cost of $25,000, to be built 1400 The annual Alumni Dance, sion and City Council this week r_ase ^ouj $13 884,920 to Hou_htonr and JVIarcia Fritts feet from Saline-Ann Arbor _ _- --- - __ _ _. _ _ ja * 4-<-> _t** j-. Jl 4-Va^o 1>>k—•* ImnJlnn nn «m ■wv*-i4-5 T> J ^v—_ 4-_x« ** T __________ ** open to the public will follow approved preliminary plans for $27 862 466 the banquet, at 9 p.m. at the Hickory Grove subdivision, off »My background includes ser- Ed S • • r dean. • ~ SETS SUMMER HOURS Mike Johnson, Jack Kuebler', More than 1000 s^dentsjip- T^^!?*- be4id Wight Intermed'iate School. Ken Volz' Bennett St., as submitted by ^ce on other boards - -.„„,__„, Bick Leidheiser, Gary Kind, pUedJor the 200 avaiM,,^ spa- gj^*^ o^ from % Orchestra will play. Tickets, at MHM Co. Some of the homes in ^ty aS wen as my own town- f^^f' Sue ^^'^t t^T' \^y™dJ°hen - Saline High School Cleaners, wm ue«^ ^ ^ ^ ^^a qto auail5,hlp at thp tho cmn1i «„hdiviRinn are alrea- * ly Quick, Kris Kuebler, Katy Laughna, of 1735 Arlington, in in topped the low hurdles competi- Rd. on the former Lowery farm. tion in the .fourth-hour class; The 600-acre farm was pur- 'ZC In the broad jump winners were chased last month from Joseph ->ave HoUenback, and Ron Tuc- ces. Wild, a ker. (See schedules on page five) Mrs. Arnold Wild. £r_£__^*3_r= 5^__jE*c__sr- S^a*——^ rs'Sr^ only, during the summer. (Continued from Page 4) Esch, and Dianna Johnson. Ann Arbor.
|Title||1962-06-06; Saline Reporter|
|Description||An issue of a Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Focused on Saline and the surrounding Washtenaw County area. Previously published in Ann Arbor with the title Reporter. In May 1958, the newspaper offices moved to Saline and the title of the publication changed to Saline Reporter. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) Newspapers;|
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