1964-10-07; Saline Reporter
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VOLUME 15, NUMBER 4 - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1964 Band Shell Held Up Till Spring The Saline Reporter 10c PER COPY — $3 PER YEAR Construction of the proposed new band sheU on Henne Field has now been definitely staUed until next spring - and an additional financing problem has popped up. The problem 'arose when it was discovered that the roof would require steel beam construction for safety, and this brought the cost estimate to §8,212. The band sheU fund now has $4,200, with a total of $5,200 subscribed. The $5,200 would have been enough under earlier cost estimates. Howard Kuhl, who designed the sheU with the help of regis- tered architects, and Milton Finkbeiner, contractor who has agreed to supervise construction, met in late September with the Board of Education on the unexpected difficulty. Said School Board President Bess Tefft: "The board felt that - since we are faced with the necessity for a new school -- we could not undertake any additional expanse. Money for a band shell wiU have to be raised in some way." School Superintendent Harold Hintz and RusseU Hollenback, president of the Band Parents Club, have also conferred on the matter. Said Hintz: "We felt that it wouldn't be used until next year in any case, and if it were built in the spring, it would be finished by the time it would be needed." "We hope to appeal to the public to get enough to complete the project," Kintz • said. New Voter Registration Hits Peak City voter registration is at an all-time high, City Clerk E. J. Muir announced today, -— — with a record 216 new registra- KNIGHT /APPOINTED tions since the primary election T0 PLANNING GROUP in September. Approximately 1,485 Salini- City CouncU Monday night ans were registered to vote appointed James Knight, Jr., as when registration for the No- a member of the city planning ^novation y Co Architect Hired to Make Structural Study of Building An upcoming structural stu- Although several alternatives vember 3 election closed Mon- commission, to fUl the unex- dy of the City HaU will deter- have been studied, the Michi- day. pired term vacated by the res- mine whether it is suitable for gan Employee Retirement plan "We've never had anywhere Ration of Phyllis Douthat. . renovation, or whether a new is the most seriously considered near that many new ones " Muir Council accepted "with deep City Hall is to be constructed. . , . although, under the new observed. "That's way way up" regret" the resignation of Mrs. City Council Monday night State Constitution, it can be Many of the'-new registrations Doutnatc wno has enroUed as a unanimously approved a motion put into effect by a three-fifths -. , _ 6 „ _„.,_, are those of hew residents in full-time student at the Univer- to employ Architect Tivadar vote of Council but cannot be in faet, that Dan Lirones, of the University of Michigan the Crestwood KnoUs subdivi- sity of Michigan. -She expects Balogh to make the study in abolished even by referendum. audio-visual department, took a picture of it to use in in- sion, Muir said, and many came t0 receive her deeree tWs year- *f+ ^Tl^L^t^J^,' £„fJ? ' PlSn iS P61> structing teachers in Saginaw schools next semester. * + ""* ™" The map was prepared by 4th grade youngsters in Jane Fick's class, to help acquaint them with map mechanics, directions, and their own home town. What are audio-visual aids? Well, the map of Saline on the blackboardjabove) is a sample ... so good an example, CF Fund from residents of the Hollywood Drive area who have lived in the city for more than a year but had not voted here before. Others come from residents of T^JLaI D_cA_* longer standing who vote only ■ OC9I l>IS6S in presidential years and hence « ft* r% |^v^^ had to re-register under the | Q $7 lO^S two-year registration law. . ^ / mit his report at an early meet- manent. ing. He had previously told EEC0NSIDER SIDEWALK Councilmen that such a study Council also reconsidered ae would require only about five problem of t^ broken sidewaik hours' work. on lots 30 and 31 adjacent tQ Balogh is one of three archi- Crestwood Knolls subdivision; tects with whom Council has the lots are owned by H. I. conferred on possible designs Johnson, of 494 S. Ann Arbor and costs for a new fire hall - St. but there has been no decision The sidewalk had been bro- Contributions to the Cystic CHv CrtfioiaU Fibrosis fund drive are "climb- as to whether the fire haU shaU ken once and replaced by F. J. V^Iiy M*llUdlS j ,.? according t0 Mrs. Robert be constructed alone, or■ in com- Winton, developer of the sub- Conler With FHA Starling Sr county chairman binatl0n ^th a new City Hall, division. Then the sidewalk on On Subdivision and the'total now stands at ap^ ^^ landA at the corner of E. lot 31 was broken again, when City Councilman George G. proximately $2,100. Mic^an Ave" ?f H?r,s St. a contractor drove a trucMoad T t. ^ -,-. .,.,. .V -*. ..--_. . , would accommodate a fire haU, of dirt over it Thp dirt that Johnson and City Attorney A^- The sum includes §520 raised but saM M Jack Bennett £ JfthHidewalk was not de- lan Grossman visited the Fed--by door-to-door soUcitation in «T+>_ _-.,«,, „,«/.„„+. ma „„„,.+ ,. „ " ^loewcUK was not ae eral Housing Authority office the city of Saline; $25 contribu- ^^"^f S^on ^ S^iS ^PIT^-(lt T* , in Detroit Friday in behalf of ted from the welfare fund of w-Voth ^L a^ LnPv ^p tV P ? &t ^^der, , s -c=- tc- *.. *• _, t. . ,.. . , „, ,. , „„_ ._ tot. isotn land ana money are Johnson said" hence he fplt nn .,! lb dissatisfied home owners m Universal Plastics; and $35 40 available for construction of a obligatL to replace thfside- Crestwood KnoUs subdivision, from a benefit all-day coffee fl>_ t._ii h_ _,_;t, "uT xejjidce me siae Thp ripvplnnPTV V T WircW, -hmr* T^ld .= + Wl-Parl'* rivi„Q Tn „ \..' ™ VV , , __. WalK- But if the study shows the Council agreed; DPW Super- present City HaU not suitable intendent Mike Strait was in- The developer, F. J. was also present. Winton, hour held at El-Rad's Drive In. Contributions have also been Women's; Club Federation to Meet Monday Lucy Gregory, women's director of Radio Station WOIA, will headline the program of the Washtenaw County Federation of Women's Clubs when it meets at Whitmore Lake Methodist Church on Monday. She will speak on "The Changing Sound of Radio". Mrs. Roy Berry of Ann Arbor, president of the Federation, wUl preside at the "business meeting and hostesses are members of Whitmore Lake Women's Club. Registration wUl hegin at 1 p.m., and all members of affiliated clubs ■ are invited to attend. Saline is represented in the County Federation by the Saline Child Study Club, the Junior Child Study Club, Saline Business and Professional Women's Club, Wffling Workers Club, and Saline Woman's Club. Need for a new elementary school is vividly illustrated in the examples of overcrowding in the present school shown here. Above, a 4th grade class taught by Mrs. Ron Attinger and Mfs. Howard Kuhl meets in the too-small ..teachers' room . . . leaving the teachers literally no place to pause and catch their bresath. Below; the lobby bf the school becomes a combined storage department and cloak-room, adding to the congestion. ARCHITECT ADDRESSES ADVISORY COUNCIL STUDY CLUB TO ORGANIZE DIMES DRIVE Local Farmer To Visit Egypt On Exchange Trip Andrew Camobell Pittsfield ea Schools Advisory CouncU; length of time, he should no- Anarew campDeu, .rittsneia V _!...,.__ __ tifv ttra whir.li win court nut Chief among the home own- received from the Junior ChUd fnT. 1.™™,.,+,-™ .ivrai.j >,„,„ +n „+„,„+ 7, + • j, . ., ers'_ complaints, and those with Study Club and the Saline Com- S^TT^ty^^nJS ^ILll^.To^te which he is most concerned, munity Hospital AuxiUary. Oth- combinationj J least for the sent to the developer since he Johnson said, were those deal^ er contributions from organiza- ^ „ s^_& Councilman order£ ™ S to S 3? ing with sanitary sewer con- tions are known to be forthcom- George Johnson. uiueieu me girt 10 ior as. struction, masonry and grading, ing. The two and a half hour mee- The letter drive, mail re- RAISES OBJECTION MFHA Tnriliriprl ting was "fruitful", Grossman quests sent throughout rural An objection was raised by t VTp Yn nT said. The FHA wiU send two areas of the county, city of Councilman L. Z. StUl: "You In IVlJCiA Lontab field r&en to Siiliua to re-cheek Ann Arbor, and Dexter and-take the City Hall out of this. ;,,_& section nleeting on MEHA the subdivision, -and FHA rep- Chelsea, has so far returned block and it will finish the js scheduled at the MEA re- resentatives were "highly coop- $1,273, Mrs. Starting said. block." (The only other occu- gjon ni teachers' conference hi erative, to the full extent of A car-wash for the benefit Pied business site in the block An nArbor, at 1:30 p.m. Fri- their authority," he added. . of the OF fund has been sched- at the present time is a den- aaV) October 16, in the' east However, FHA has no direct uled by Saline Jaycees at the tist's office.) . cafeteria of Ann Arbor High sanction against the builder, Community Ford garage, from" Still also suggested that the School." Johnson pointed out. Their on- 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oc- city design and build the fire i^e two-day MEA conclave ly recourse under regulations tober 18, for donations of $1.50 haU, rather than hiring an ar- wni be held Thursday and Fri- in effect when Crestwood KnoUs a car. chitect. "With an architect, it's day. October 15 and 16. was built is to refuse financing A meeting of the CF group going to cost you around jy[iss ^da Inglis. MEHA board to future building by any firm is scheduled at 8 p.m. Wednes- $36,000," he said. "We can build member, is chairman o f the with which an offending build- day, October 28, at the Saline one suitable for the fire depart- MEHA section, and Dr. Dwight er is associated. Savings Bank community room, ment for somewhere around Rich, executive secretary of the Many o f the buyers' com- The public is invited. $20,000 . . . I've gotten some organization, wiU give a report plaints on Crestwood Knolls estimates on materials." Fire- 0n progress of the retirement homes have been corrected by JUVENILES APPREHENDED men have suggested that a rec- viiiage here. the builder. Although there are Police this week reported ap- tangular building 60 by 80 feet The section is open to the more than 90 occupied homes prehension of two juvenUes would house the department's public. there, FHA fUes contained on- who, they said, were responsi- trucks and equipment and pro- ly seven complaints that were ble for entering a residence at vide room for a smaU office SOCIAL SERVICES still "open", i.e., not yet cor- 107 E. Bennett St., last week and meeting room. MEETING SCHEDULED rected. While the family was away, and ORDER ACTUARIAL STUDY The annual meeting of Sa- Johnson wUl write to aU 15 taking eight packages of cigar- In other action Monday Coun- line Area Social Services, Inc., of the complainants with fuU elites, $1.50 in pennies, and. a cU ordered a new actuarial stu- will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday details of the meeting, he said, piece of cake. dy (the last was in 1962) in at the home of Grace Stierle, He emphasized the required The case has been referred preparation for setting up an 2914 Saline-Ann Arbor Rd. All procedure for bringing a com- to juvenUe authorities. employee retirement system, interested persons are invited, plaint to FHA attention: the : : • Architect Guido Binda was owner must first notify the buU- ■the speaker at the Tuesday ev- der of the problem, in writing, ening meeting of the SaUne Ar- Then, after a "reasonable" ™ „? -Lr-tVi V a m ^lut. Y"1"^"' ™^-" b h d h- k tch t tify FHA, which wUl send out The Saline Junior ChUd Stu- Township farmer who lives at X1£ a"uwcu ** 1U s" =""=•-<-" "■>• forms tQ be filled Qut r____ese saiine cioseu out i^inuxiin ^u-u -lui uie nunieu. aiso missing irom tne squaa. dy Club will organize the 1965 3930 Piatt Rd., wiU leave Sun- m* proposed new elementary contain the FHA case in the Hornets' first conference Jerry Feeman, who didn't An undiagnosed illnes has put Hornets Close Out Lincoln 20-0 by Hal Ceronsky and could be a stumbling block ther two weeks. Steve MiUer is Saline closed out Lincoln 20-0 for the Hornets. also missing from the squad. March of Dimes campaign for day, October 18, oh an exchange ^'"i01 dI1Q Ult»-U&&t;" t-us>LS'- number (winch can be obtained ^ame, played here Friday. play in Friday's game because him into the hospital for ob- the Saline area, the group de- trip to Egypt. ~ AdvtaorTcounS is! fcheduled from the lending institution) Saline took the lead iT\ th,e °f a broken toe, wUl be out ano- servation. CampbeU .-wUl travel under SL™ is scheduled ^ ^^ ^^ Failure first quarter as quarterback to include the number may Neil stm threw a Pass to left cause delay in the procedure, haU Jim Griffin for a 59-yard cided at their Monday evening meeting at the Saline Savings the auspices'- of "Farmers in Bank community room. World Affairs", similar to the November 4. They made the decision after "People to People" program, WGPO PlanS a request to undertake the drive with the sponsorship of the was received from Mrs. Lewis U.S. State Department and De- Sm(Yi*P*ashorrl Baker, HI, Washtenaw County partment of Agriculture, and ^ . „• l ci l campaign director for the 1965 organized by the National _\\_ High oCuOOl March of Dimes. Grange and Farm Union. After the business meeting, He is one of nine American Johnson said. TD. Later in the same period. Griffin threw a pass to StUl for a 37-yard touchdown. The Hornets played weU on offense as Dave Feldkamp Clothina Exchange Planned at School An exchange of used clothing fought his way- for a 40-yard The WSCS of the Saline Me- will be held at Jensen Elemen- taUy, but the play was caUed group discussion and study was farmers who- wUl make the trip, thodist Church wiU hold their tary School on Thursday, Octo- back on an off-side penalty. Sa- led by Mrs. WiUiam Law on the They wiU return December 9. annual smorgasbord supper at ber 15. line's defense held up strong subject "Mothers Must Grow, They may visit other coun- the SaUne-High School on Sat- Sizes for infants through 4th against Lincoln. Near the end Too". Hostesses were Mrs. Ow- tries of their choice on the way urday, October 17, from 5 to 7 grade wiU be exchanged. Par- of the first half, Lincoln punt- en Armbruster and Mrs. Ralph home, but the exchange pro- p.m. ents are asked to bring clothing ed to Saline's 30-yard line; ^ Gross. gram is only with Egypt, which The kitchen committee wiU for exchange to the aU-purpose Griffin took the kick and dash- . * The next meeting is sched- will send farmers to this coun- be Mrs. James Beal, Mrs. Erwin room, but not before Wednes- ed 70 yards for Saline's third , uled November 2. try next summer. . Frederick, Mrs. Gerald Coe, day. October 14. touchdown. ' . , Campbell was selected to Mrs. Harold Smith, Mrs. Ray Tickets wiU be issued for each StUl and Feldkamp made Sa- > CITY EMPLOYEES make the trip by William J. Davis and Mrs. Davis Toth. item brought in, and those who line's two extra points. 10 ATTEND SCHOOL Brake, master of the Michigah The dining room wiU be in do not wish to take an exchange Russ Michalke stood out in City DPW Superintendent Grange, lecturer of the nation- charge of Mrs. Oscar Ferguson may leave their tickets for con- the second half as he played for Mike Strait and ah employee, al Grange, and a vice president and " Mrs. Harold Gage,- with tribution. Leftover clothing wiU Griffin, who was injured in the Harry Bishop, have been auth- of "Farmers in World Affairs". Mrs. Harry Holmes and Mrs. be distributed at the discretion closing minutes of the second orized by City CouncU to at- He was notified only a week Walfred Larson assisting. of schopl authorities and SaUne period. Al Hartman played his tend a school for sewage dis- ago and has since had "so many Tickets may be purchased for Area Social Services, Inc. usual good game, both on de- Posal operators in Flint, on Oc- shots I've lost count". adults at $1.75 and children un- Times for the exchange are 1 fense and offense. The team as tober 27 and 28. ' ' . , der 12 at $1, from the ticket to 3 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. a whole played weU and more : - DRAINAGE APPROVED committee, Mrs. Frank Carter, consistently than in the pre- HAY Ride PLANNED City CouncU -Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Walter Towler, FB GROUP TO MEET vious two games. The Luther ,League of St. approved grading and drainage Mrs. Ted Stimpson and Mrs. The Union Farm Bureau Two of. the three first place »-*. John's Church have invited the plans for 37 lots in RoUing Mea- Bruce Parsons. group wffl meet Thursday, Oc- teams wUl meet as Saline goes youth1 group of Bethel Church dows No. 1 subdivision, thus' Mrs. Richard Cole and Mrs. tober 9, at 9:30 p.m. at the to Dexter Friday. The third, to a hay ride on Saturday Oc- clearing the way for buUding Vern Osterhout are in charge of home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel first place team is Dundee. Dex- tober 10, at 8 p.m. ' permits on the lots in question, publicity. Klein. ter has won 12 straight games, ~ Photo by Paul Emerson A Lincoln tackle stops Russ Michalke's determined rush, but only temporarily, in the second half of the shut-out game Friday. Although aU Hornet scores came in the first part of the game, Michalke gave Lincoln plenty of trouble after he went in for Griffin, who was injured in the closing minutes of the first half. The final taUy: Saline 20, Lincoln 0.
|Title||1964-10-07; 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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