1968-04-03; Saline Reporter
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VOLUME 19, NUMBER 30 ~ WEDNESDAY, APRDL 3, 1968 10c PER COPY — 84 PER YEAR SCUTTL m >*%- i NEW EQUIPMENT FOR SALINE HOSPITAL gets once-over from members of the Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Mary Woods, Mrs. John Lochey and Mrs. Sam Lambarth examine the Spectrophotometer and the Flame Photometer that help Lab Technician Charles Slay (right) to perform body fluid- /tests, for Saline Hospital patients. The equipment enables Slay to perform 98 per cent of such tests in the hospital. Before, most of these tests had to be jobbed out to other hospital labs. The Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Woods, gave the equipment to the hospital recently, as the group's regular annual gift to Saline Community, financed in large part by the. Auxiliary's Autumn Snjopgasbord and card parties. Mrs. Woods is presidentof, the Auxiliary, and Mrs. Lambarth is vice president. The group gave $1,200 for purchase of the equipment. - Reporter Staff Photo ■»* *'1,HHM_2^___' HPfa . *?** «x IMF, v :** * i'jV. if*** *- ^ w-f ***** '■: *art(H_«FW_HB_HB^. .t-Waiftf , * * V- *' • ' ..-___ A* "CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN", Saline High Junior Class Play, is shown in the shaping-up stage early this week. The comedy of life in the early part of the 20th century tells about the parent vs. children conflict in a family of a dozen children ... so the cast is neces^ sarily large. In the photo, Cheerleader Joe Scales, played by Mike Romelhardt, is about to be put down, in his quest for a "soda date" with one of the girls in the family. Father, played by Joe Bassett, concedes that a few minutes at the ice cream parlor would be harmless enough ... if Father himself goes along as chaperone. The Junior Play begins its three- night ran at the High School Little Theatre this Thursday . . . and continues through Saturday. « Annual OES 'White Breakfast Set for April 11 The Rev. T. W. Menzel, pastor of Bethel United Church of Christ in Freedom Township, will be the speaker at the annual OES White Breakfast, at 9:30 a.m. on Maundy Thursday, April U, at the OES hall. Reservations for the breakfast should be made by Monday, April 8, with Mrs. Hugh Austin, 429-7034. FAIR BOARD TO MEET Saline Community Fair Board will meet at 8 p.m. •Monday, in the -tgricultjife room in the High 'School. C-C MEET SET ' - ' . The Chamber of Commerce will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, in the Saline Savings Bank community room. MS v"" ■ ■,^§ig ____-fc^<a r__. Stolen Truck [ Runs 50 Cam Off the Road The driver bf a stolen truck that forced "about 50" cars off the road Monday afternoon was finally taken into custody by Police Officer Bob Russell, after the truck Hit a parked car in Ypsilanti. Leading the hair-raising pursuit, in the truck, was. a 29-year-old escapee from Ypsilanti State Hospital, Robert Pruitt, of near, Ann Arbor. He was returned to the hospital after the episode; he was not injured in the collision, police said. Saline police received their first warning of trouble a- bout 1 p.m. Monday with a report that a possible drunken driver had been seen on Waterworks Rd The blue . The total valuation of Lodi IuSXl°Vtu£eT£Z Available Ten** this year passed the FOT SdlOOlS kussbu wnen it turned onto $9 mfflion mark to $9125ooo. Saline-Ann Arbor Rd. with- Petitions for School Board Last year-s total was $8,483,950. out stopping. candidates are now available The increase represents not on- The polls were thronged all day long Monday, as voters poured in to decide the swimming pool issue. Fine weather helped, but so did the extensive discussion that had preceded the election. Although election officials seldom got a break in which to relax, voters were still lined up outside the building all the way to the sidewalk, even after dark. (The photo is by Film Central, and that's Dan Lirones, of Film Central, in the middle of the crowd.) Lodi Valuation Passes $9 Million Lawyer to Act As Negotiator With Russell i n pursuit; at the office of the superin- lv residential construction but Pruitt sailed through Saline tendent, at the High School. J SSSSe^mS?5 new and ran the stoplight to turn "The election date is June 10. farm construction as well as left onto Michigan Ave., naf-_. Tw0 seats on the board are S^asef personal property rowly. avoiding a dozen start...to be filled bv the election mcrea s.ed Phonal property, lpri rtrivpr« •Rnccoii fr.iir.wori I , f I s. eiecLiuu- according to Supervisor Erwin led drivers Russell followed incumbents whose terms ex- •FYeder_rk Thprp is no indu .trv the truck east on US-12 Bire this vear are Raymond ir^deriCK- illfe.ls °? ™d"stl7 where, he reported, it passed ^i r b a c h7 presMeK the J* ^rtf L Uf Sfrd^r'oSTSS ^ S1^^ C06' f ^ TheP:rLer5^diLtou_e Saline ^fV^Z"!^ ^J^JZ^^, *■"* District last was e.ual- The Board of Education of Saline School District has hired Fred Sehwarze, a member of the law firm of Keller, Tho- ma, McManus and Keller, of Detroit, to act as full-time negotiator for the district. Board members expressed Proposal Sinks By 2-1 A $580,000 bond issue for a swimming pool was defeated by Saline School District voters, Monday, in the biggest school election turn-out ever seen here. A total of 1,390 went to the polls (including 13 absentee voters) to reject the pool more than two to one. The final count was 954 "no" and 417 "yes". School officials were more concerned over an upcoming millage election than the result of the pool vote. Said Superintendent Harold Hintz, "That (the defeat of the pool proposal) is the people's choice. But I hope that when the time comes for millage, they will make a different choice." It is expected that an extra operational millage will go on the ballot this summer. The school now has 7.54 extra voted mills approved by voters last year, for one year only. The School Advisory Council's pool committee is "quite satisfied" with the outcome of Monday's election, said Kit Clark, one of its members. "We set out to do two things inform the public as to and This year's figure is $7,030,050. County review of the tax rolls help the Board wouid be able ity • • • it shows that people ock and "ran all the,-before rpm^PetitionTmust * scheduled in ^^ ^^ m<i to submit an operational mill- just do not want a swimming Plights';UOhigT-Oteri.5*C!_rry~ndt less than 20 ^ ^"^-'to *e-accepted by age to me voters- eirly this !*2$£&*£:?3&Bg£r<* -. an hnur in «.<_. nmnncr X *-.-.-. or, „;„„„+ _-.» the Board of Supervisors in ...m^,.,. *■ --« = ^ ' ^~^~ On the Boards, Old Story the ditches". another term. In Ypsilanti, the errant The deadline for filing pe driver avoided a State Police titions is Saturday, May 11, roadblock -.>.".. •traffic* miles an hour in the wrong m0re than 30 signatures of lane". He was finally cap- qualified school electors in „ay- - ry tured after the truck left the the school district, and may road at Michigan Ave. and be filed with the secretary of Park St. and collided with the School Board or at the the parked car. superintendent's office at the The truck is owned by High School. James Earl Brown, of Clin- The last day for voters to Tj.ftr, riAs.T.-._.T_ WW»lr ton, who is employed at register for the election is A UA ^'lc«'it ^F "CCtt Gross Farm Equipment, here. May 10, up to 5 p.m. City and It was stolen on Noble Rd. the view that Sehwarze would • "make a contribution in the the proposed pool, and get procedure of negotiations" with out a big vote. We feel that the Saline Education Associa- we definitely accomplished ized as assessed at $6,463,200. tion They also expressed the both. I'm glad they turned hope that with his. full-time it down by such a big major- Supervisors of Saline and SwTHSS o_T2p:4uaai! **_* ^fj»*^ stm critical * ^ H_tf -F/.T. +h__.i. tir-T n__crr»Ti otitic. summer. The negotiating groups of the Accident Victim ized as assessed. day for their first negotiating session aimed toward a 1968- 69 contract. Sehwarze was pres- Extra PlCK-UpS Set ent at this session. JUNIOR CLASS Additional trash pick-ups are Youth Treated township clerks will receive p]anned for the cit >s annua] p Qim^hot registrations during regular Clean.up Week> the second ' VI Krunznut, office hours on weekdays and weeb of May> city Administra. Kenneth Lee Hartman, 19, S™ nSlv ££.. tor Mike Strait said today- was tieatei at Saline Commun- sion on Liberty Rd. just west 4 Perso^' JS-Jadv 55 In addition to the usual sched- & HosPital on Sunday for a of Maple Rd., in Scio Town- ne^ not re register vle of coUections with the city's gunshot wound of the left thigh, ship. Also injured was her Ai.cor.t--c.hliir.tQ'mair H-_ garbaSe packer, two dump He told police that he had ac- son, Danny, 4, who was treat- -Aoseiuee oaiio-_, may De t^,^,. ^^ hp n„t iTI+n Mrm-M _..ri_.T>t_,u.r _-i.r.t Wmcoif ot v.i< The condition of Mrs. Richard (Norma) Pope, of 301 W. Bennett St.,. is listed as "unchanged, still critical" at University Hospital, as-a result of injuries she suffered in an automobile accident on March 22. Mrs. Pope, 34, received hip and head injuries in a cplli- obtained from the office of trucks will be put into service cidentally shot himself, at his THIS WEEK "Cheaper by the Dozen" ^rTunerl_Tterdent T-'dav. ^ that residents can dispose of home at 13995 Dennison Rd., will be presented by the High gfore"SiTSiSiand ud un- larger items' Strait said- The near imaL School junior class, Thurs- til 2 Pm of June 8 If an pick-up schedule for that wiU Po1ice said the case is under day, Friday, and Saturday elector was disabled or if the K" """"""" 1"'"" evenings. cause of his absence on elec- Curtain time is at 8 p.m., tion day was caused after 2 . 4.1 T __._.._ mi . -.!__. - be announced later. investigation. ed at the hospital and released. The driver of the second car, Reed A. Moore, of Whitmore Lake, suffered slight injuries. in the Little Theatre in the p.m. Saturday, June 8, he JAYCEES TO" MEET Jaycees will hold a general membership meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, at the American Legion HelII. PLANNERS TO MEET The city planning commission will meet at 8 pan. Tuesday in the City Council chamber. Curb and Gutter Assessment OK'd An assessment district for curb and gutter on Clark St. was. adopted by Council, on Monday night, after a "quiet" public hearing attended by only two property owners. The city will advertise for bids to be opened in four to six weeks, for construction of the curb and gutter ... at an estimated cost of $8,564 and paving, of- Clark St. at an estimated cost of $30,000. High School. _ may then apply for an ab- Under the direction of Lois sentee ballot up to 4 p.m. on Vasicek, with student direc- election day. This applies on- tor Lois Dieterle, Joe Bas- ly t0 those whose absentee- sett plays the role of the ism j^g ^^ 2 pm_ on father of the family, and Pat- Saturday, June 8, and prior .ti Lange plays the mother. to 4 pm _ June 9> and hospi. The parts of the children talization the entire day of are taken by Linda Bird, Ter- june 10. esa Bonich, Joe Eady, Kathy J Genik, Debbie Hunter, Bill Levleit, Kristin Lewis, Tom 1 VP T .iptxnaa O'Connor, and Mike Sharkey. *^-J^ -LaW.JLia.,.. SS? 5y£ea SfS Dava n Requests Tabled anf fonn^Straif""' % CoiMCil The play is set in the City Council Monday night 1920's and mahy "period withheld action on two re- pieces" for the stage have quests for LCC licenses pend- been loaned by Mr. and Mrs. ing the required reports from John Mader, from the Sauk police and fire departments. Trail Inn. A victrola came An application to upgrade from Joe Eadie. a tavern and SDM license to Stage construction and a class C_ liquor license has painting were in charge of come from Gerry Thompson, Glen Dieterle, with Mike Far- owner of Thompson's Tavern rell, Martin Feldkamp, Tom (and Pizzeria. His business, Flook, Mary Goodwin, Scott which had been located for a Klapper, Kris Losey, Mike short time in the former Romelhardt, and Terry Stull. Five Points restaurant, Working on properties moved back to a downtown were Lois Dieterle, Martin location after the Five Points Feldkamp, Mary Goodwin, building was gutted by fire. Kathy Mader, Lois Wilson, The building owner, Harold and Shannon Wojtysiak. Zahn, has applied for a build- " Other committees: light- ing permit to erect a new ing, Martin Feldkamp and restaurant and tavern on the Scott Klapper; sound, Scott site. Thompson's application McKeough; costumes, Diane is for a liquor license at the LaRue, with Shirley Finkbei- Five Points location, ner and Myrna Griffin ; The second application, for make-up, Becky Hehr, Judy a "carry-out" license, came Parsons, and Bonnie Stemen; from the Saline Drug Co.', fo prompter. Shannon Wojtysi- be located at 447 E. Michi- ak; publicity, Becky Hehr, gan Ave., in' the shopping with Tom Flook, Kris Losey, center now under construc- Mike Romelhardt, and Deb- tion. The center is expected bie Triplett; tickets and pro- to open in mid-summer, grams, Charma Green, Diane Owners of the Saline Drug Guenther, and Linda Henes; Co. are Howard Applebaum, and poster and program de- of Oak Park, and Lincoln Ra- sign, Teresa Bonich. cey, of Southfield. On the Ladder, Young Fan EARLY - SEASON POPSICKLE? Gness again. That's a paint brush in the hands of Barry Jacobseii's boy . . . and to learn what's being painted, Salinians need only drive^to the east end of town on Michigan Ave. The Chamber of Commerce signboard is being refurbished.... and the new 'Welcome to Saline" mes sage will feature a larger-than-life pic- tare of Saline's own Ann Pellegreno, circling the world in an open-cockpit plane. Jacobsen^ engaged to paint-the C-C signs at east and west approaches to town, • got at" the job this week when the weather warmed enough to let the paint run properly.
|Title||1968-04-03; 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.|
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