1967-07-12; Saline Reporter
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■ .-...., .---. VOLUME 18, NUMBER 44 — WEDNESDAY, JULY 12,1967 10c PER COPY — $'4 PER YEAR CKER TAPE, «. » The world stands out on either side, No wider than the heart is wide. Above the world there stands the sky... ■ . . . — Edna St. Vincent Millay, "Renascence" Paraders to Hail From 4 Counties Carnival to be Here Friday and Saturday Ann' Pellegreno, who got Ann's Day. They have built home late Monday night af- a new park pavilion, to be N ter fanfare and flashbulbs when she landed at Willow Run, put in an appearance in downtown Saline early Tuesday . . . she went to the grocery store. dedicated Saturday after the parade and the presentation: downtownj and just before the Rotary Steak Broil, which will Vbfe the first public event heldMhere. On Wednesday Loaded down with bags of night, the board of directors • groceries, she observed repaired to the park witb breathlessly: "I've got a lot equipment, to complete the of catching up to do around footbridge across the river at the house." %e park. The club will also provide She has thre-e days in s^e tici_er tape for the par- which to catch up. before Sa- ade _ about a truckload li?ie cuts loose with a celebra- 0f jt. Jaycee Bill Taylor tion that will rival Centen- f0Und it the easy way, by nial Day, honoring Ann.5 caning Action Line at the Jpafe return, from her-wOrJd- Detroit Free Press, which "circling Amelia Earharfcs«S|gp-will £s0 donate confetti. Jay- morial Fh^feTtwill include cees wai aiso enter a float a two-day a^lyal; a real in the parade. . A siSgia. blast at.1:45 p.m. (dc-Mriued on page 2) ticker tape- parade with marchers coming from four counties, and officials from city, state, and nation; roses, a Key to the City; and a gift from her forme. s_Ur dents. "This is a surprise to me," said Ann, of the forthcoming festivities. She had been advised that something was up and had confirmed the' date (July 15), but was not aware of the extent of the "something". Neither was anybody else, at that point. But the parade has grown and grown; entries are stpl pouring in* according to Iifcwr.. Proclamation CITY OF SALINE WASHTENAW COUNTY MICHIGAN WHEREAS, the Saline Area Community is honored to he the home of a world famous aviatrix; AND WHEREAS, the Saline City Council deems it proper and fitting that ap^ propriate recognition be extended to this courageous citizen of pur community upon And public interest has bete *ev &0™* the ™*£. tfeha «« «_-_..■ «,«<■■ ««.. _._*.i_-HM Earhart Memorial-Might; so great that- some activities have also been scheduled on the previous day, Friday. ' The children's car n. i v a 1 sponsored hy ihe Cha__iber hi Commerce will be in town on both Friday and Saturday, open from 10 a.m. to 10 nan. both days. To be located on the new city parking'lot, in the southwest main block, it will feature three rides for tots cand one for teens, and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that July 15; 1967,-be and the same hereby is proclaimed to be "Ann Pellegreno Day" with appropriate ceremonies in celebration" of her daring accomplishments to" be held on said date. DATED: July 10, 1967 GEORGE G. JOHNSON Mayor City of Sahne «.even concessions. -v. Jaycees will onefate the Rachel WOOdS concessions, also designed for ■ yoiinggfeefi. from 3 p.m. to BeglllS Work 10 p.m. Friday, and from 10 ^ aah.' to ^0 ;• p.m; Sat^ay. In PeaCe CorDS They will alsd bring their . _ .:',■•. ',,*,.-. „ •„ Horn Krib downtown on Fri- + R*chei W°°ds> * faille day and will operate four teacher, daufhter afMrs. "Pepsi wagons" ih the down- fjul H. Woods of 203 Clark town area on Saturday. St., has joined, the Peace The Jaycees, all 81 of Co£P\ . „„ . . . .. . them, have gone, all-out for , BacBd, 23, is now. m tram- ing at Stanford University m California for later work in the Philippines. She will leave in September for four or five weeks' "iii-country" training before beginning her own work there, her mother said. She will teach instructors of Braille in the Philippines. , - - A graduate of Saline High o. _ - . •Paul Sibson as chairman and master of ceremonies. The event will be held at +. .,. . ■ +1,„ rr.n,„An _,.Ji o on. „ s.\.„ .xr_^ _.,_-..- the blind .in the Toledo grade 8:30 p.m. on the Wednesday „„,,„„,„ f„^ oh,.... +*«____*«,.•«- Talent Show^ JSand Contest* Set for Fair A local talent contest that used to highlight Saline. Fairs will ~be resumed and perked University, where she studied Braille, she has been teaching night of the Fair, and the Fair Board Monday night decided on prizes that will lure numerous contestants. First prize will be $15; second prize, $10; and third prize, $5 . . . but all other contestants will receive $2 per act. New this year will be a teen-age band contest, to be arranged by Band Director David Wolter. Prizes are even bigger in this event: $75 for the winning combo; $50 for second; $25 for third . . . and all other band entries will receive $10. " The band contest is slated on Saturday night, September 9. The Fair, to run five Air-conditioning in all pa- Raymond Girbaeh was re- days this year, for the first timothy Barland is a young . tired for medical reasons two As for Tim's umpteen girl tient rooms in Saline Com- elected president of the Sa- time, is set September 5 "Vof many interests. 'Fhe Present tense. of ^ years ago and now works as friends . . . some of them munity Hospital has been au- line Area Board of Education" through 9 ,,„„-,: This diversity showed up verb "have" is -correct -..-.' acCoUntant for Godfrev are the daughters of familv thorized hV me hospital at the board's organization In. other action,. Monday, his answer to a Junior all of the friendships are cur- J. acc^ff^ ** lfU»&t feLS wh" co2f here to vl board- and installation is al- meeting, Monday night. Oth- the board changed provision TTidpn.PT... nue.tion-"Do vou /"■*•*■ " iL, ._ .,„ Moving & Storage Co. in Ann- ™enas wno come nere to vi. ,fl d officers re-elected were for closing entries., all.hve- thSSnle wu^ a'ge sS rent' n0t t0 ment™n. a *** Arbor. The family lives at at; some actually, are eou- , £ ^ semi-private Gerald Coe, secretary, arid stock entries will close at 5 think„people your age snouia more he,.. ±Qtme& since :he ^ TowerT>r now_ . . sins. He Keeps "i, touch ^^^dw^rlXOomSV^beeciuip- Max Colhns, treasurer. •. p.m. on Tuesday, the open- schools for about three years. Saline's horizons have never been narrow, especially in recent years, as its residents traveled all over the world, hy ship, by plane, or afoot, as. tourists, students, or teachers. (See "Peace Corps", on this j.age.) Now its prettiest pilot has circled the globe, adding today's accomplishment to yesterday's legend. The photo above, by Dale Fisher of Ann Arhor, taken in late June from 6,000 feet, might be called an "Ann's eye view" of Sar line. It faces south from the north side of the city, showing the High School in center foreground, and the millpond at the right. Hospital Rooms Tim Keeps in Touch with Friends, In Every Port Air-conditioned Girbaeh Re-elected To Head Board in they most.of them by.letter. Miss Woods She received word that she had been accepted by, the Peace Corps in late June, ped as soon as the remaining Other trustees of the hoard ing day of the Fair; all home Since Toledo schools do not go* steady^ "Yes,"'said Tim, who is m(>ved to Saline two years In. the Navy years', —., . ,-. ... . ^.-. ^ ,-_, ________ ,_ . . • . , , _ ., . ... eisrht vears old "I went ago. One of the latter is spe- hved in South Carolina, New Tims .brother an.d sister -^^^ arrfve, Administrator are Jean Osterhout, Hugh, economics, agriculture^: and close for the summer until <?t!aav" Then came-the cial; he keeps her picture. York,. Rhode Island,1 and Mik- have wide interests, too,../. John Strawbridge said. Oscar Austin, Emerson Haeussler, special displays will close at tiie second week of June she clincher he added- Tim's sociability may be at nesota. Ed putVin much sea but in different fields. • \ .Jlaeusslfer, maintenance, chief, and Elaine Heiserman. ; noon on Wednesday. - had time only fcr packing ''I havYfour eirl Mends least-partly explained by the duty, particularly in the last Michael, 16, played, junior is installing the units . . . in The board will discuss the A complete'Fair schedule and a few days with her fam- -m 7-pw Vork seven in Minne- -fact :4iat his lather jva's .in she years before his retire- varsity football- and basket- the top section of each win-"coming millage election, .'at .will be printed next week; a ily here before leaving -on ™$Z* T^'iS?1^ S„.-S? S ^-•W^Tf^ . W, but the family remain- bcQl ■& Saline last year. He. dOw to leave patients -a view-:^ the Tegularramm Wednes-fewr last-minute details re- July 1 for Stanford TJniver- - _ J 7 .^ _; ■'.**'- " *« .. -■ tt»1 *_\ j__ ■____.:___ j__-_ _____.__. . j... ___.;_-.1__4. ~_^«>t«vr +_-k __a mrtflrnri- _r\li_- m>ttT apolis,'^ arid eight in Rhode thfe.N9.vy for 22. years; Island."- " ; lEdwafd-.Barland,-a C_.Q,-re> ed-in this-country. (Continued on.Pa^e.3)_. through the bottom. day night*- niaux to be worked-jjut. _6ty.
|Title||1967-07-12; 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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