1964-05-06; Saline Reporter
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VOLUME 14, NUMBER 34 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1964 The Saline Reporter 10c PER COPY — $3 PER TEAR OLLS BUYERS MIGHT PICKET MODEL HOME Only Two Candidates Known chool Boan ons Go Out FAIR BOARD TO MEET A meeting of the Saline Community Fair Board wUl be held at 8:30 p.m. Monday, May 11, in the agricultural room at the High School. Uniloy/ Hoover Advance Area Men Open House Set May 14 At Hospital The Uniloy Division of Hoover BaU and Bearing Co. has promoted three men from the Saline-Ann Arbor area in a move to meet increased customer requirements for special machine tools and services. M. Warren Martin, Jr., of 185 Pleasant Ridge, was advanced to manager of research and development. He joined Uniloy in 1953 and has served as machine Open House, and a coffee designer and project engineer. J. A. Frappier, of Ann Arbor, One incumbent School Board 1963. Both bids were unsuccess- member - Harold Brown - has ful. Dr. Basman, who holds a announced that he wiU not run master's degree from the Uni- again, and a petition is out for versity of Michigan and a PhD the other - Raymond Girbach. from the University of Turkey, Four other nominating petitions is employed by the Burroughs have also been taken out from Corporation. the office of the Superintendent Incumbent board member ^spons^rS byYalineTom- „. „. ^at>i>_c_, . ^ _, of Schools, but only one other Raymond Girbach is complet- munity Hospital yAuxmaxy> wiU who has b£n ;ssociated ^ candidate is known. ing his second term; he served be held from 3 to 5 pjn< ^^ various Hoover die casting op_ Three of the petitions are in ""om j.»d/ to J.»bU and again in dayj May 14> ___ conjunction erations since 1946, has been the hands of Mrs. Gustav Lin- 1.yt>J- r° ,!;■ \ V^6^.^0 with National Hospital Week. named sales service manager, demann, of 3555 Weber Rd.. \ives at "3?5 Mohrhart Rd., he At the same timej a «career Donald P. Denhoff, 287 Plea- who said Tuesday that she had ™ also enairman of the Saline day» for students has been sche- sant Ridge, has been promoted not decided for whom they community *air Board. duled, when experts in the field to technical sales. He joined would be used. Incumbent Harold Brown, of WU1 be on hand to answer ques- UnUoy in 1959 and has worked Another, taken out by Mrs. 257 S- Ann Arbor st-> said Tues- tions about careers available in as a tooling designer, project Charles Uphaus and already ^ay ^at ^e ^ not intend to hospital work. engineer and in tool procure- filed and returned, was for Dr. ^ a candidate for another term Roger Busfieldj public rela. ment. Vefik Basman, of 7290 Fosdick ^ our years are enough, and tions director of the Michigan Hoover has also announced Rd., who has been a candidate n0^ * ,mf own children are Hospital Association, wUl at- the appointment of Gordon C. for a Board of Education post 01f ^ s^n°°1' I ff^ * am s°me" tend the event, and the Michi- Esch to its central office staff here twice before ~ in 1961 and w"at 0UJ\°* t0_' he said. _ gan Health Council will provide as director of training.. In his MARTIN DENHOFF Mrs. Lindemann was one of Circus Means Scholarships For 2 Years a display and pamphlets on new capacity, Esch wiU coordi- 14 persons who attended a mee- such hospital careers as anes. nate recruitment and employ- ting m baline Township Mon- thetist, nursing, dietician, med- ment procedures, management day to discuss candidates for ical records librarian, X-ray training, safety practices and * ^ ^ ^ of Education technician) lab technician, and personnel testing programs posts to be fiUed at the June others. throughout the various Hoover 8 election. But none was select- Guests ^n aiso ,be given con- divisions and subsidiaries, ed, she said. ducted tours of aU hospital fa- Esch, who lives at 205 Rus- Petitions must contain the cUities - unless they must be sell St., joined the company in Circus proceeds have assured names of not less than 25. qua- closed to the public due to any 1957 and has been assigned to at least two $350 scholarships u*ied electors and must be filed emergency, Hospital Adminis- sales, purchasing and other ma- for Saline students, Kiwanians wifh ^e secretary of the board, trator Raymond Anderson said, nagement positions in Hoover announced this week. Oliver Steiner, not later than 4 p.m. Saturday. At the same The local club, which spon- £me ^ J^ne ra_ EUctlOU Dttte KmifB™s°£u™eCMon tion to vote in the election is Confusion Hits dTStSSSi fp-o rtSayMapverdso0nssotiS;close t0 H°™ ,.„' ,, . . jT ., ing to register may do so with $900 on the project, they said, ^ Qr tovmsM clerk. Indecision on the date of Mi- which accounts for two schol- '_ ^_ chigan's upcoming primary el arships and a start on a third. ection ~ if an Only one wiU be awarded each Saline Woman's Club home to roost, year, however, and it wiU not T x x « ftffj„r_ On alternate years, the city be repeated to the same student. -1-« inssldll UlllcerSs die casting, plastics and machine tool divisions. At one ^ time, he was executive secretary of the East Cleveland YMCA and, 'before that, employed by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. He holds de- . grees from the University of ection - if any - comes right Akron and Western Reserve University. ESCH FRAPPD3R Hoover Firm Plans Merger With Stubnitz-Greene Corp. Subdivison Residents Charge Houses Don't Meet Specifications PossibUity of a picket line . . . "we measured four feet of j manned by unhappy buyers ef water in one basement hole last ■*i homes in a Saline subdivision week, with no barricades for was voiced at Council meeting protection." Monday night. The pickets "Is it legal for uf to picket would parade in front of the the model house?" asked one of Crestwood Knolls model house the group, on S. Ann Arbor St. City Attorney Al Grossman Sixteen residents o f Crest- advised two other courses of ac- wood KnoUs sought help from tion which might produce re- the City Monday in their run- suits: ning battle with the developer l. Take advantage of the one- of the subdivision. The irate year guarantee which goes with buyers of homes in the develop- the purchase of each home. Be- ment appeared at Council meet- fore the one-year limit is up, ing and cited a Ust of com- Grossman said, dissatisfied plaints on materials and work- buyers should check the details manship which they felt violat- of the guarantee and make an ed the spirit and texts of their itemized list of all deviations, agreements with the developer. This list the home-buyer should Spokesmen for the group include in a letter sent special claimed they had tried repeat- delivery, return receipt request- edly to have, their complaints ed, to F.H.A. or V.A., the mort- r, cared for by the developer and gagee, and to the developer. • the project superintendent, but "Numbers wUl count heavily * declared they had gotten little in this maUing," Grossman said. ; or no satisfaction from this ap- "So it wUl help if aU buyers - proach. ' who are dissatisfied wul send 1 Herbert GaUbreath, one of such a letter." the group, presented a set of 2. The home-owners in the specifications covering mater- subdivision can organize as a ials caUed for in his home at group, retain a lawyer, and sue 150 Woodingham Ct., and listed ior breach of contract, ways in which actual buUding Councilmen and Grossman in- materials used had deviated (Continued on page 4) from specifications. :— ■ The alleged deviations ranged from thickness of waUboard and «% ^^ k i f" || A doors to type of finish paint wtr IVIbli/\ used. GaUbreath, with others in fee group, questioned the quality of finish flooring used. Delegates to Complaints were also voiced T' *•'■ O !•■_ _ Tour baline regarding the grading of the lots . . . "the water drains toward the houses" . . . defec- About nine representatives of and Stubnitz-Greene Corp. have and plastic products. charter governs the date when Altogether, 4400 circus tick- The Saline Woman's Club wiU council candidates' nominating HISTORIAN SEEKS RELICS , , ... ets were sold, 2100 in advance hold a luncheon at 1 pjn. Tues- petitions must he filed ~ 20 FROM EARLY SALINE LIFE reached a preliminary agree- The stubnitz-Greene acquisi- by Kiwanians, and 2300 at the day, May 12, at the Tecumseh days before the November elec- . ment to merge, it was disclosed tion wffl increase the auto per- _ . . - tive masonrv work in sidewalks the MEHA Village Founding Hoover BaU and Bearing Co. produces a wide range of metal ^^^^ "my Fund wiU be in Saline one Sat- gate. The evening performance Country Club. tion. But in years when a state Anyone who has articles from Tuesday. little girl got hurt faUing down urday morning this month for our steps; they're faUing apart" a tour of the city and a meet- open excavations located ing with the MEHA board of early life in Saline, who would The surviving firm would be firm, with three plants in Mich- centage. The 29-year-old Adrian near areag where children play governors. Exact date has not was a seU-out. Spectators from A business meeting will in- primary is scheduled, Michigan , Yillinp- to lengthen for a TT * x.-. +i. ■ * ■ t> «, • ^ all over the county were on the dude the instaUation of the Statutes take precedence, re- fJgexW during Mfchi hoover and, while the price of igan and three in other states 7MC„^*«v grounds Sunday, whUe the cir- club's new officers. They are quiring that city petitions must f^ll f^LTtnc^rftv the deal W3S ^ ^^ <* ^l ^ & ^-^ Produce5vof Building InspCCtOl cus was setting up; and good Mrs. Robert Smith, president; be filed "in no case later than ? 1^1^11 J WaS beliTd ^be aPf0X]fate- v*iclf seatspnng assemblies Comments On Sertn0nh b°th daynwa/ ST Mrs- Dc£ Fo?' f/i Te T" the™date ? Sefftprirtrny"f,, SSS o^S^^S g ll^Z^ll SS SaSS* air-condltlomng Knolls Complaints lieved to have swelled the sident; Mrs. Gerald Bahnmiller Thus, if the date of the fall ^ historical exlfibit ^ be ff™* of sXte-SSe -- - crowd. second vice president; Mrs. Carl primary is postponed from Au- lace(J ^ ^ Detroit Edison ^shares of Stubmtz Greene Recipient of the new scholar- Kraus, recording secretary; gust to September, so is the _ window was agreea on Chili] 17qw« PncciKla ship wffl be decided by a com- Mrs. Harold Gray, correspond- filing date for local petitions. Co" wmd^ The transaction is subject to UilUd X aCCS FOSSlDle mittee of Kiwanians in the near ing secretary; and Mrs. Lyle But there has been some discus- the approval of the directors of Rabies Treatment the two firms and to the usual vote of respective stockholders. For Hamster Bite been selected for the visit, which wiU bring about 30 MEHA people altogether to the city. The Founding Fund, MEHA's fun d-raising organization, is In the wake of last Monday headed toy Stephen Nisbet, di- night's Crestwood Knolls furor rector and former vice presi- at City Hall, Building Inspector dent of public relations of Ger- Frank Harms had two com- ber Foods, and president of the ments to make: Fremont National Bank. He al- "I have found the supervision so served as chairman of Mich- future. They have specified that Phillips, treasurer. Directors in- sion in Lansing, among legis- POLICE PLAN SAFETY need is the only criteria, pro- elude Mrs. Everett Wolfin, Mrs. lators of both political parties, VEHICLE CHECK HERE „,_.,„ ,eo nnn viding the student has a high Ruben Finkbeiner and Mrs. Ar- of skipping the primary entire- Saline Police and AuxUiary Stubnitz-Greene has 7b8,uuu A bite from a pet hamster, and workers m the subdivision igan's recent Constitutional school record good enough for thur Heininger. ly. Police will make an aU-day ve- common shares outstanding which later died, has left seven- to be cooperative. Whenever I Convention. coUege admission The S350 will A tour of BoysvUle, at Ma- Question: what is "the date hide equipment safety check in For Hoover, it wiU be the year-old Sandy Stull facing the saw some corrective action nee- MeanwhUe, MEHA has an- cover tuition at most state uni- con is also included in the pro- of the fall primary" if the pri- Saline on Saturday. May 23, the 16th or 17th merger or acquisi- possible necessity of a long and ded on any of the Crestwood nounced the names of the four versifies and colleges. gram for the meeting. mary is eliminated? Boys', Girls' State Delegates Chosen Delegates to Wolverine Boys' State and Girls' State were announced this week hy sponsoring organizations. The American Legion Auxiliary selected Sandra Greenfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenfield, as their delegate to Girls' State, at the University of Michigan from June 16 to 25. Connie Smith was named alternate. Miss Greenfield, an honor student and member of the National Honor Society, is a member of the High School Band, mixed chorus, Spanish Club and Creative Writing Club. She is also a majorette and gives twirling lessons. She has been an officer of her class and active week before the Memorial Day tion since the junction with Un- painfui series of anti-rabies Knolls jobs, I would ask that persons who have planned to weekend. iversal Die Casting, nine years snotSi unieSs state tests show it be taken care of, and it was construct homes at the village Auto owners' participation in ago. the hamster "negative". done." site here this spring: T. C. Mar- the project is voluntary. The Hoover is a major supplier of The chiid) daughter of Mr. And s6-00113: tin, a member of the board of place for the check wUl be an- the auto industry; through 13 and -^g. Gene StuU of 9380 "I lmow building costs are governors, and his sister. They nounced later. subsidiaries and divisions, it Maple Rd., was bitten Tuesday high today. I think buyers in have already sold their home in — — : afternoon at the Elementary Crestwood Knolls are getting Garden City. Howard Parker, School by the little animal, sood value for the price they're retired Dearborn school princi- which was brought to the school Pay^S" pal, and his wife. Albert M. to allow chUdren to observe an- Added Dave Koss, superinten- Voltmer, Detroit high school imal life. Sandy is in the second dent of construction in the de- principal, and his wife, grade. velopment: The fourth is Dr. L. D. Stei- The hamster was found dead <Tn put nP omr 1uality of ma" ner, • retired physician, former ..-^ -.*,.^ --., --- —-•-. Wednesday mornim? bv a iani- teriaI and our workmanship owner of the MEHA vfflage squad chalked upjheir second ei" coursejhan to forfeit the ^f^ ™££Jf g^X against any house in this price site, and a resident of Saline Overheard Wisecrack Ends Chelsea Game in Forfeit The Hornet varsity baseball This left the umpires no oth- Sandra Greenfield The American Legion will J Linda Heiserman on the Hornet staff, in debate, send two delegates to Boys' Girls' Athletic Association, and State; they are to he chosen , Future Nurses' Club. later this week. |. Linda Heiserman, daughter John Harvey, son of Mr. and « of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heiser- Mrs. Robert Harvey, wiU repre- , man, was named by the Kiwan- sent the Rotary Club at Boys', | is Club of Saline to attend Girls' State at Michigan State Univer- ! State, with GaU Mittendorf as sity in June. An honor roll stu- ^ alternate. Miss Heiserman is a dent at Saline High School, he , member of the National Honor is a member of the Key Club . Society, the Creative Writing and "S" Club and a Junior , Club, Student CouncU, the Band Achievement firm in Ann Ar- and the yearbook staff. She was bor. He plays in the High School student director of the junior Band and took part in the jun- play and a member of the de- ior play, and is a member of bate and forensics teams. Last the varsity football, basketbaU summer she was enrolled in two and track teams, courses at the University of Harold Dechert was named Michigan. alternate. John Harvey conference "win" Tuesday over game to Saline. "" V" T~ "";TiateTv ~_7__^_ range. We'll be in lineJ Chelsea, 7-0. But the victory Personality conflicts in Sa- Patcned it lmmeaiateiy to l^an- ........."...................^^^ was somewhat Pyrrhic, and it line-Chelsea games are nothing fing where it will be tested for may not stand new. Old antagonisms have oc- the presence of Negri bodies, in- The 7-0 score was given to casionaUy flared before, with dicative of rabies. A report is the Saline squad after the Chel- charges and counter-charges of expected within 24 to 48 hours, sea team was caUed off the field poor sportsmanship. Sometimes ff ^f animal bite was rein the first half of the seventh the shoe has been on one foot, ported to police Wednesday: inning, on the insistence of the sometimes on the other. Kevin Graber, 3, of 100 N. Ma- Chelsea superintendent of Saline Superintendent Leo pie, was bitten on the right school s Jensen was advised of the inci- knee when he approached a dog Saline player Gary Kind dent by a long distance phone which was tied up in its owner's might be credited single-hand- call even before the Hornet bus back yard. The child was treat- edly with the win ~ and the reached home. Said Jensen to- ed by a physician for the wound "-J loss charged to the Chelsea su- day: "If he had given us time and the dog wUl be kept under 'h perintendent, Charles Cameron, to investigate the matter and observation for 10 days by the '•>: The rhubarb occurred as tlie take such action as we deemed owner. ; Chelsea man, passing tlie Hor- appropriate, we would have - s net bench, overheard Gary men- done so. But we felt that was BARRUS BOUND OVER "': tion a past incident involving neither the time nor the place, TO CEBCDIT COURT 1 him. He demanded Gary's ejec- and we do not feel that any Joe Barrus, Saline resident ; ■ tion from the game. other school should teU us how who is held without baU on a ; But the umpires, who had not to discipUne our students." charge of the attempted mur- " • heard the remark, refused to Nevertheless, the Saline der of his wife, Jerre, was " ' comply; and Cameron told the school administration and coa- bound over to Washtenaw Coun- - I Bulldogs' coach to caU his own ches did take disciplinary action ty Circuit Court after exam- ". \ team from the field. The coach, after a meeting early today, ination Monday in Municipal Y after several moments of hesi- Gary was suspended from the Court. • i tation and considerable discus- team for the remainder of the His araignment in Circuit ill sion, reluctantly caUed in the season (he is a senior) and in- Court is scheduled for 2 p.m. stunned Chelsea squad. (Continued on Page 5) Thursday, May 14. area for many years. Preoccupied residents at 150 Woodingham Ct., in Crestwood Knolls, are Herbert and Rebeccah GaUbreath, above, with their sons Paul (right) and David. The elder Gailbreaths were among the crowd of dissatisfied subdivision residents who came to Council Monday night to seek help, claiming the homes they purchased are not up to snuff.
|Title||1964-05-06; 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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