1963-08-14; Saline Reporter
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The Saline VOLUME 14, NUMBER 48 - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1963 10c PER COPY — §3 PER YEAR tional Bazaa plans for Saline's Interna- ing. tional Bazaar and sidewalk sale A performance Friday even- grew and grew and grew this ing by a group of young Ger- ^ek - man dancers from the Ann Ar- Flags of many nations will bor area, the same youngsters flv in the downtown area for who- danced at the Fair, here the event, Friday and Saturday, two years ago. At press time, August 23 and 24. Dozens of final word was expected mOr Salinians will be abroad in the mentarUy as to whether their costumes of the lands of their leader would be back from a forebears. Entertainment and vJsit to the Old Country. displays wfll feature dozens of Possibility of a chorus of countries. And nearly every Greek songsters, to be arranged merchant is preparing special by Ted Alexander, a member features and special bargains, of the world-wide Greek Ahepa according to Mrs. CeceUa Fer- society. ence who is chairmaning the A fuU-fledged parade ("If festivities for the sponsoring y°u have Indians on Friday, Chamber of Commerce. y°u have to have cowboys on | ^"Plans of individual merchants Saturday," said Mrs. Ference) 'have not yet reached the an- at 1 P-^. Saturday to include nd Y l „*„„„ t3„* „„+„„ horses and old-fashioned buggies, and the "Equestrianados", Hill Appointed New HS Principal duty every night from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. nouncement stage. But entertainment features definitely arranged or "in he works" include: An "International Pet Contest" at 1 p.m. Friday (See story on this page.) DRIVE CALLED A BIG SUCCESS: Two local lads last week conducted their own private muscular dystrophy fund campaign and turned up a worthwhUe contribution. Above, Ben Zahn, Jr., president of the Washtenaw county chapter for Muscular Dystrophy receives a check from the co-chairmen and full committee of the drive ~ Dennis Dicks, 12, and Carl Goble, 8. The contribution, $3, was raised by the boys with a puppet show. a horseback drill team. The team has 16 members, though KEV RICHARDS TO SPEAK it may not be out in fuU force, The Rev , .... ^ Robert Richards, since some members will be at foimer tor of the galine Interlochen with the Sa^ne thodist chmch> ^ be Penances by tfie famed ^SSCttS K ^'^Sfi^SS 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. UTiday even- hst 0f parade participants is is Earl r^njtnn " S™ gT?^ n f , A The meeting wiU begin with | Greek food, German food and dinner at 6:30 ■ * Itahan food will be featured by local restaurants during the two days. A barbershop quartet and a guitar combo were also on the list of "possibles", not yet confirmed. Arrangements have been MeanwhUe, all merchants completed for the International were preparing bargain tabfes Pet Show scheduled downtown to move onto the sidewalk; next week, as part of the Cham- those located on the outskirts ber of Commerce-sponsored In- of town wiU bring displays in International Pet Contest ;g. 23 85 Students To Head for interlochen Miss Michigan Schedules Day's Visit to Saline Fair "Miss Michigan" wiU spend a vities, Jaycees wiU take their day at the Saline Community Korn Krib with Fair advertis- Fair. ing to neighboring fairs and > She wUl be here Thursday communities including Chelsea, afternoon, September 12, and Dexter, Manchester, CUnton, Thursday evening to take part MUan, and Tecumseh, to pro- - in the annual Jaycee-sponsored mote the Saline event. "Miss SaUne" contest, Doug El- They will also provide a "se- fring, Jaycee representative to curity force" for the Fair- the Fair board, announced Mon- grounds here, with two men on day night. There's one possible hitch: She wiU take part in the "Miss America" pageant in Atlantic City the week before the Saline Fair ... if she wins to become "Miss America", aU previous arrangements may be canceled. "Miss Michigan" is Kathteen Kay McLaughlin, of Ishpeming, a University of Minnesota graduate who was also "Miss Up- Entries are now open for the Pe™Y^nS , " ., annual "Miss SaUne" contest, Whether she will aetuaUy sponsored by Jaycees and cli. DI^^J D^L crown this year;s "Miss Saline" maxi the TOursday evening DIOOCI DanK hasnt been decided by the Jay- of ae Saline Community Fairi cee committee in charge of the September 12 event, Elfring said, but the or- m^ ganization has already aUotted The contest is open to unmar- . .# - . a larger-than-usual budget to ried younS women between the WeCin@Sd€IV the event, to provide a bigger a&es of 16 and 24 who llve in 7 show and more prizes for local the Saline *«» sch°o1 strict, The Red Cross BloodmobUe ^^ the Univ6rsity of Michi- "Miss Saline" Entries Due By Sept. 8 Howard M. Hill To be Open Howard HiU has accepted the position of principal at SaUne area High School, it was announced this week, HU1, who has served as assistant principal for six years, has already undertaken his new du- ties.JHis appointment fiUs the vacancy left by the death of the late Elmer Houghton, who had been principal here since 1953. HiU's appointment leaves vacant the post of assistant principal, and those of athletic director which he had fiUed for six years, and transportation manager which he had handled for one year. These wiU be fiUed at a regular meeting Wednesday night of the SaUne area Board o f Education, Superintendent Leo Jensen said. Hill comes originaUy from Norway, Mich. He holds an AS degree in accounting from Cleary coUege, a BA in business administration from Eastern Michigan university, and an MA i n educational administration contestants years, than i n previous including the city, and York, wiU visit SaUne Wednesday, Au- gan. He came to the Saline school Bridgewater, Freedom, Lodi, gust 21, to replenish supplies in _ _ In "other Fair-connected acti- Pittsfield, and Saline townships, the Saline area Blood Bank, sy;tem"in~ the "feU of 1951,"to Contestants are asked to fiU which provides needed blood to teach commercial classes He out the entry blank in this is- any Saline area resident free of ^ coached junior varsity foot- sue of The Reporter, and mail charge. ball for one year and varsitv it with one or two recent pho- The local Blood Bank, oper- f or sbc years. He has also coach- tographs to the chairman of ated by local volunteers with ^ basebaU for two years. He this year's event, Gerry Hering, the exception of the Bloodmo- was presi,ient 0f the Huron Lea- 208 Russell St. Entries must be bUe staff, wiU be open from 2 gue conference for two years in no later than Sunday even- to 5 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m. acted as tournament manager ing, September 8. at the Intermediate School. fQr four s_ and is president Former "Miss Saline" contes- Donors who haye given be- of the new athletic league, not '63 Football Outlook Good, Says Coach Prospects for Saline High's "Carl Goble, son of Mr. and 1963 football season are good, Mrs. Wayne Goble, and Dennis Coach Mike Rotunno said this . 0__, .„. Two buses, a truck and a trai- »ieks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Le- week, and the team "has the tants are eligible to run again, fore are reminded to bring their yet named) in which t^ Saline _ ler wiU roU out of SaUne at land Dicks, above, put the pup- possibUities of a championship The new 1ueen and her court> d°nor certificates to be stamp- teams wiu play starting in the ternational Bazaar. to the'centrafbusiness^aistricT 8:30 a-m- Monday, carrying 85 peteers' art to a good cause, team again - with certain two runners-up and Miss Con- ed. Newcomers will be wel- fall of i%4. The show is scheduled at 1 Nearly aU store! wfflbe open SaUne High School Band stu- They gave a show for the ben- 'if's' ». f*™^?' ^ be c^owned at comed' _lhe Blood Bank 1S a He has continued to teach - - ■ - - - - ea y a slores W1U De open ----- -= - - -*<■ -* «• — «-- Chelsea wffl be the team to the Fair ceremony. During the community project commercial classes at the High beat, Mike said,"and** the battle coming year, they will serve-as Saline doctors who will De school. for the crown "may just go hostesses at major Jaycee ev- present at the Blood Bank are He and his wife> Catnerine, down to the last eame a?ain ents; "Miss Saline" wUl also Dr. D. E. Garrison and Dr. Paul __d twn nhildrpri_ t1tti. 7. and p.m. Friday, August 23, in the Friday evening as weU as the dents, nine counseUors, and all efit of the muscular dystrophy vacant lot between the Saline daytime hours. - - tlleir Sear to Interlochen Na- fund and raised $3. Hotel and the Citizens' Bank. tional Music Camp. It is open to practically any- NATIONAL COSTUMES, The group will return at 4 thing of any lineage: Mexican EXHIBITS SOUGHT P-m. Monday, August 26. chihuahuas, Maltese falcons, Salinians and rural - residents During their stay at the camp &e >? down to the last game again like last year." The varsity wiU benefit from a roster of 13 returning letter- Permafrost has been found men, including such starters as Found Here French poodles, dachshunds, of all nationalities were urged approximately 50 Saline parents English sheepdogs, Persian and this week to join in the festivi- and friends are expected to vi- . . Siamese cats, Japanese goldfish, ties pf the two-day Internation- sit there, especiaUy on Satur- m *e Sround m Saline/ „ R1- r,,-'™^*™™,^ Tnd den and George Newton and plain old American mutts al Bazaar schedufed in Saline. day, August 24, when aU hands ^ employees Randy Carr Blum .Bruce N ethammer and B and pure-bred aUey cats. Said Cecelia Ference) chair. at the camp put on marching and Calvin. Carr' ^^ io* ^eT^bleii^lt'tnZ Judges who vvUl tangle with man of me event: «Get'out the demonstrations, and Sunday, ™ ^ork on Bennett street bggestgmMte to re- he problem of judging such a costume of the country your an- August 25, when each wUl pre- Wednesday noon (August 14), ^ j^™^^3* *a_^ diverse selection are AUan and cestors came from anJ ^ome on sent a concert. ^ff ]n*he ^und at the Mike Johnson, Jack Kuebler and Shirley Grossman, of 464 Rose- downtowI1. H you Can seTup an The entire trip wiU cost ap- i2-fo°ilevel- T° P^ it, they Wes Armbruster. *"f. exhibit of the arts or history proximately $3,000, of which fought a^ hand-sized Jump of (Said one committee mem- of that C0Untry, so much" the $15 apiece is paid by the stu- ber: "it would take a lawyer better!" • dents. The remainder is fi- to figure out how to judge a Anyone willing to provide in- nanced by various activities of goldfish against a Russian wolf- ternational exhibits from any the Band Parents' club, includ- hound or a South American C0Untry, or show up in appro- ing their annual sale of Corn- monkey." So we got a lawyer priate costume, is urged to con- munity Calendars. or a judge.) tact -jy^ ]?erence by caUing Counsellors on the trip will" _. . , . .. frizes are nearly as diverse 429-7045, or The Saline Repor- include Mr. and Mrs. Ron At- Linda Audits as the kinds of pets eUgible: a tec> 429-7380. tinger, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Gar- U-M CoW'SeS rett, Mrs. Max HasweU, Miss Linda Heiserman, 16, who Harold Dechert, Bob Armbrus- HOSPITAL MEETINGS SET Beverly Brown, Jim Bernard, wiU be a High School junior ter and Pete Barnes. _ and two chUdren, Jim, 7, and compete in the state "Junior F. Gerigk. Nurses wiU include Christine 1 live at 359 High- Miss" contest or the "Miss Mi- Mrs. Bert Rasmuson, Mrs. Al- Iand Dr ' ' ehigan State Fair" event. fred Szemborski, Mrs. Ronald ' Other Jaycee members of the Shaffer, and Mrs. James En- Dave DettlingT Jim Strait," John contest committee are Bob Lou- gland, aU of Saline. Driver Plead** 11 - -' ~—-— Mrs. George Austin and Mrs. x x Y ^* x ll,aui5 Edwin Hering are co-chairmen. IVrkf rjnilfv ATI The canteen wiU be operated 1^UL ^""^J "" by Mrs. Chris Volz, Mrs. Regis IITTTT, Chiir&f* Wolfineer. Mrs. Sam Lambarth. -*-'«-'-"-' ^ll£ll&c tame rabbit (housebroken) do nated by Cecelia Ference for people who don't have enough pets already; a Reporter subscription for people who want to advertise for lost pets; a flashlight donated by Harry Parsons for people who go looking for lost pets at night . . . and a candy bar donated by Estes Rexall Pharmacy for the owner of every pet entered in the show. But there are experienced ground, still cold and stiU frost- b°ys coming up to fiU the va- ed, into The Reporter office. cant slots, the coach indicated: Said Calvin: "This is the first Al Hartman, Gary Kind, Steve time, in aU the holes I've dug MiUer, Dan Bennett, Rob Mer- in this town, that I ever found chant, John Harvey, Jim Wol- frost!" finger, Bruce Uphaus, Jerry Fojtik, Kurt Fisher. Further help to the team should come from last year's JV team members Ken Harvey, A meeting of the Saline Com- and Director and Mrs. Arthur this fall> ^as spent ^g summer munity Hospital medical staff Katterjohn. attending the University of Mi- SHS Var«aitv "Pnn+hnll wUl be held at 8 p.m. Friday, Children of new residents chigan. fncOD L J 1 August 16, in the Saline Sav- who wish to join the High She audited two phUosophy 11700 oCfie&Ule ings Bank meeting room. School band when school starts," courses, one on Communism and The hospital operationg com- are also eligible for the Inter- Fascism, and another course on SeP*- 13 mittee wfll meet at 5 p.m. Wed- lochen trip, Katterjohn said, ^g nist0ry of modern Euro- SeP*- 20 nesday, August 21, at the hos- They or their parents are urged pean art Although audited Sept. 27 Wolfinger, Mrs. Sam Lambarth, Mrs. Reuben Visel, Mrs. Andrew Frederick Cecil John Pugsley, Hartman, Mrs. Reuben Breder- 53j pieaded not guilty in Justice mtz, and Mrs. Herman Mamar- of the peace court Tuesday ev- 0W- ening, on a charge of driving Staff aides wUl be Mrs. Ray under the influence of intoxi- Davis, Mrs. Charles Finn, Mrs. cants. Don Ford, Mrs. Arthur Heininger, Mrs. Harry Friis, and Mis. Everett Wolfin. He was arrested here Saturday evening after an accident in which his car sideswiped a pital. Members note the time. are asked to to contact him immediately they wish to go. courses do not give credit, Linda has done aU paper work and Oct. 4 Oct. 11 taken tests with the students °ct- 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 enroUed for credit, and has received exceUent grades, including an A minus on a philosophy test today. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heiserman, of 215 RusseU St. Onsted Dexter WiUow Run U-High Manchester Roosevelt Pinckney Chelsea PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS FOR FOOTBALL SET Physical examinations have Donor room volunteers are Greyhound bus and a passenger Mrs. Delmar Schrader, Mrs. Er- car_ nest Mann, Mrs. Max Fosdick, p'olice said pugsiey puUed out Mrs. David Wahl, Mrs. Ruben of a parking place on E. Michi- Finkbeiner, Mrs. Hugh Austin, gan avenue, going west, crossed Mrs. Leo Jensen, and Mrs. j^ ^g eastbound lane, side- Charles Kern. swiped the Greyhound, turned The SaUne Baptist Church the corner onto N. Ann Arbor ■F„wn„ a n*™»T,««. „w„ wil1 furnish the evening me<al street and struck a southbound ' t, T Carpentier, above, for ^ Red Cross wit and re_ There ?—XitT EZS freshments for donors wAI be Z Sopped at the^ time ofthe £ DieTa^f D-vision^H^r ££?* by ** ^ ** °" coUision. The Pugsley car then Here Ssio^" presMeAt LIBRARY BOARD TO MEET the end of that block. Here Carpentier, 36, has been with . A mheetif °f *? ff1 if7I± ^^ ^ set J°r September ££? Universal for 12 years. Start- brary board wiU be held at 7:30 12 Pugsley who lives m Ann 131610 ing as a tool engineer, he later ^ Monday> AuSust 19> at the Arbor- ??& he would ask for a beanie chief engineer and then brary' jury trial. - manager of manufacturing. Carpentier lives with his wife and six chUdren at 224 W. Mc- SCHOOL TO START WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 nine through 12 who are in- been scheduled at 6:30 p m K gt D ^ Tuesday August 20, at the High ^ he }JiBeeveA /ov mree School, for aU boys of grades years as a trustee of St. An- „ ,. .„ . . , . ., . . draw's CathoUc Church, is a AU three Sahne schools wfll teres ed in varsity or junior member club an open at the usual starting hour varsity footbaU. on Wednesday, September 4. Practice will start at 9 a.m. But kindergarten classes will Monday, August 26, at the High not commence untU after the School athletic field. Fair week, September 11-14. Since buses wUl be on new CHAMPIONSHIP GAME schedules, students are urged to SET FOR FRIDAY watch for them any time from The Little League champion- 7:30 a.m. on. ship game between the Dodgers past member of the Chamber of Commerce, and served for three years on the United Fund board, first as budget director and then as president. POSTMASTER EXAMS SET AppUcations to take an ex- and the White Sox, which has amination for postmaster at been rained out three times wi- Bridgewater wfll be accepted thin the last week, wfll be play- until September 3, the United Remember the handsome and talented li!lU1rSters above? They danced at the Sa- and mm™ity Fair show two years ago - th n°W ^alillians may have a chance to see em again. Now two years older and two jears more accomplished, the troupe will ap pear here during International Bazaar days, Friday evening, August 23 . . . providing everybody gets back from vacations in time. The °roup was trained by Albert Duchek, president of the German Park association, and have often danced at the Park. SALINE BPW CLUB PLANS POTLUCK The August meeting of the ed at 6 p.m. Friday at Little States Civil Service Commission SaUne Business and Profession- League diamond number two. announced. The salary is $4,965 al Women's club wffl be a plan- annuaUy. ned potluck at 6:30 pjn. Mon- ROTARIANS TO SEE FILM Information on examination day August 19, at the home of A film on problems of com- requirements and on filing ap- Mrs. John Bergery, 7896 DeU munity growth, "The Fur-lined pUcations may be obtained at Rd - Foxhole", wfll constitute the the Bridgewater Post Office. Plans for the Fair booth will program at the Thursday noon AppUcations must be filed with be discussed. Members are to meeting of the Rotary club. Leo the commission in Washington, bring their own table service. Jensen is program chairman. D.C. Hundreds of champions were cited at the Washtenaw county 4-H Fair last week at the Rural-Activities Center on SaUne-Ann. Arbor Rd. Among them were the grand champion steer above, owned by Don Diuble but shown here by Don's brother Ralph . . . who took top honors in showmanship. See story on page eight '
|Title||1963-08-14; 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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