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Meeting of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board, September 1969

Meeting of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board, September 1969 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1969
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Their Object: Help For The County's Retarded. Some 50 concerned citizens and parents of retarded adults jammed the meeting room last night of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board. They listened while spokesmen asked the board for funds to avert the closing this week of the county's only program for retarded adults. The spokesmen included Dean Douthat (standing), president of the Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children; WARC executive director Norman Quackenboss (center) and Charles H. Ramsey (hand on chin), representative of the State Mental Health Department.
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September
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1969
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FiFi The Cat Watches Television, March 1956

FiFi The Cat Watches Television, March 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 28, 1956
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SHE LIKES 'WHAT'S MY (FE)LINE?' Mrs. Royal Pendell's black cat, FiFi, is a staunch television watcher, sitting or lying endlessly on the davenport staring at the set. It was unreliably reported that one of her favorite shows is "The Mickey Mouse Club."
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March
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1956
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Stolen Paul Bunyan Statue Outside Pioneer High School, December 1981

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Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1981
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GIANT MOVES: A 25-foot statue of the mythical lumberjack Paul Bunyan stands guard in front of Pioneer High School, an apparent last-day-before-vacation prank by unknown suspects. The fiberglass statue is one of the twin landmarks of the Paul Bunyan restaurant on Jackson Road in Scio Township taken down last week as part of remodeling. Restaurant owner Tom Urquhart today managed to chuckle at the incident. He said it was stolen between 12:30 and 6 a.m. by six people ("There were six different footprints"). Now he doesn't know what to do with it. It will cost him more to bring it back than what Urquhart thinks he can get from its sale. So, Paul Bunyan will have to face demolition or stay at Pioneer until someone buys him. So far, there are no buyers for the statues.
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December
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1981
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New Shoulder Patch for Junior Deputy League Uniforms, December 1963

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Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1963
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NEW PATCH: This is the shoulder patch which members of the Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of Commerce last night presented to Junior Deputy members. The local Jaycee group sponsors the Ann Arbor chapter of the Deputies.
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December
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1963
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Robert C. Britton Awards Badge to Junior Deputy Inspector Captain Bud Sigler, December 1963

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Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1963
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BADGE PRESENTATION: Robert C. Britton, director of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Washtenaw Junior Deputy League, second from right, presents a gold badge to Bud Sigler who last night was promoted to inspector captain. Participating in the presentation are, left to right, Sheriff's Deputy Ronald Parker, Sigler, Robert Roos, assistant director of the chapter, Britton, and Larry Roos who is now staff sergeant.
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December
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1963
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Larry Dishman Accepts National Award On Behalf of Junior Deputies, November 1963

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Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1963
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THE BEST DRESSED: Sheriff George A. Peterson (right) congratulates Junior Deputy Lt. Larry Dishman (left) of 729 Brookside Dr., on the national award the local chapter of the Junior Deputy League recently won from the National Sheriffs' Association in Portland, Ore. The award was presented for the most attractive uniform and for the group's activity program. Deputy Robert C. Britton (center) is director of the chapter, while Richard Simon (second from right) represents the local Junior Chamber of Commerce which sponsors the chapter for teenage boys.
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July
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1963
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Director Robert C. Britton Receives Gift From Junior Deputies, November 1961

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Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1961
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SURPRISE GIFT: Sheriff's Deputy Robert C. Britton (left) accepts a box containing a gift certificate from Junior Deputy Inspector James Hoffmeyer. Britton has been director of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Junior Deputies since it was formed in 1956.
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November
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1961
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Vietnam Veterans at the VA Hospital in Ann Arbor, January 1969

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Ann Arbor News, January 13, 1969
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Experiences In Vietnam Recalled While waiting for bones and wounds to heal these Vietnam veterans can pass time by discussing their memories and experiences in South Vietnam. They say they would go back. They are, from left, Hobart Kirsch, Richard L. Rhoads, Douglas H. Sparks, William Roggow and Alan Valleau.
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January
Year
1969
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Pioneer High School student Lance Johnson does a back flip on the Diag, October 1989

Pioneer High School student Lance Johnson does a back flip on the Diag, October 1989 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1989
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NEW VIEW: -- It was a typically idyllic autumn day: Late-afternoon sun slanting through the trees, crisp fallen leaves underfoot, students loafing on the lawn and a high school student upside down in midair. The student, Lance Johnson of Pioneer High, was on the U-M campus with some friends who asked him to do a few flips, so he obliged, proving once agin the U-M campus scene is its own entertainment.
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October
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1989
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Football Team Dresses Up, Tappan Junior High, November 1972

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Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1973
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Clothes may not make the man but Tappan Junior High School football players stand out in the school corridors on football game days. Team members, ninth graders, dress in suit coats and ties while their classmates stick with casual dress. Football players are Jeff Koh, front row left, Mike Mueller; Robert Matthews, second row left, Paul Weber and Ben Slote. Dressed more casually are Robert Kesslering, Jamie Kenney, Ginny Waldrop, Eddie Tucker, David Diegel and Jennifer Coon. When asked why the school's ball clubs maintain the tradition of dressing up for games, Don Horning, physical education teacher, says the players are able to set an example for others, take pride in themselves and stand out from the rest of the group. (News Photo by Cecil Lockard).
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October
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1973
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Jose Ferrer as "Charley's Aunt" in Ann Arbor Drama Season production, June 1942

Jose Ferrer as "Charley's Aunt" in Ann Arbor Drama Season production, June 1942 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 4, 1942
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Meet "Charley's Aunt," in the person of Jose Ferrer, who is to be seen in the farce which will be playing at the Lydia Mendelssohn through Saturday.
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June
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1942
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Jack Newhall and Donald Sell, son of owner George W. Sell, show off the farm's new albino calf, August 1940

Jack Newhall and Donald Sell, son of owner George W. Sell, show off the farm's new albino calf, August 1940 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1940
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ALBINO CALF BORN IN WASHTENAW COUNTY: The albino calf shown above was born Aug. 6 on the George W. Sell farm on N. Territorial Rd., Dexter township. Born to a Holstein-Durham cow, the healthy calf is pure white and has pink eyes. Showing interest in the unusual calf are Jack Newhall of Morley and Donald Sell, son of the owners of the farm. Jack is Donald's uncle and he is visiting at the farm this summer.
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August
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1940
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Mrs. Paul T. Pohly and her son Richard, in their trailer home in Sunnyside Trailer Park on Packard, November 1951

Mrs. Paul T. Pohly and her son Richard, in their trailer home in Sunnyside Trailer Park on Packard, November 1951 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 24, 1951
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An idea of the size of the Sunnyside Trailer Park on Packard Rd. with its 60-plus trailer coaches can be gained from this aerial photograph (top). Many of the trailer homes have leantos for added space. Not discernible are the many television aerials that dot the park. The 40-foot trailer coach (bottom) that is the home of the Paul T. Pohly family at Coachville Gardens Trailer Court on Carpenter Rd. illustrates the adequacy, despite limited open space, of such living quarters. Shown here is Mrs. Pohly and one of three children, four-year-old Richard. Behind them in a ceiling cabinet is a television set. A space heater is at the left, and nearby is a family size refrigerator. To the rear are two bedrooms.
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November
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1951
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15th century jam session with the Vielle Trio, January 1949

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Ann Arbor News, January 14, 1949
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JAM SESSION -- 15TH CENTURY STYLE: Members of the Vielle Trio, playing instruments of Renaissance design, yesterday furnished melodic patterns for a medieval jam session in which they were joined by University student vocalists and instrumentalists. The vielles played by the trio have been described as the "grandparents" of the violin family, and are modern reproductions of ancient instruments, built by a famous Belgian violin-maker from original drawings and descriptions. Above, seated, are Franz Siedersbeck, alto vielle; Beatrice Cohme, alto vielle, and Werner Landshoff, contra-tenor vielle. Standing are Dr. Louise Cuyler, head of the University musicology department which sponsored he appearance of the trio, and Du Bose Robertson, tenor vocal accompanist, for the Vielle Trio.
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January
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1949
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Russian Wolfhound Pups and mother, August 1940

Russian Wolfhound Pups and mother, August 1940 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 21, 1940
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DOORFUL OF RUSSIANS: Mama wolfhound and ten little wolfhounds (one is crowded out) gaze at the world from the door at their home at 1515 North Territorial Rd., where they were raised by Russell O. Everhart. They all have Russian names but we can neither spell them nor pronounce them.
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August
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1940
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Karlen Gretchen Lutz of 544 N Division, with her family's triplet goats, June 1940

Karlen Gretchen Lutz of 544 N Division, with her family's triplet goats, June 1940 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1940
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ANN ARBOR FAMILY'S TRIPLE GOATS: Karlen Gretchen Lutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Lutz, 544 N. Division St., is shown above with the month-old triplet Nubian goats owned by the Ann Arbor family. Triplets goats are rare enough; these are of purebred stock. Mr. Lutz is president of the Michigan Dairy Goat Society.
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June
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1940
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Rehearsals for "West Side Story" at Ann Arbor High School, January 1969

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Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1969
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Tickets Go On Sale: Rehearsing this week for Ann Arbor High School's February production of "West Side Story" were Holly Cooper and Curt Miner as "Maria" and "Tony" (sitting above); Darryl Smith as "Riff" (standing on stairs), and Christine Crippen and Beavis Graham as "Anita" and "Bernardo". Public evening performances will be presented Feb. 14 and 15. Tickets for the musical go on sale tomorrow. News photographer Cecil Lockard snapped the photo.(For more information, see "Teen Tales", left).
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January
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1969
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Playing Foosball at Halloween Party at Parkridge Community Center, October 1983

Playing Foosball at Halloween Party at Parkridge Community Center, October 1983 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1983
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Strange sights and fun doings abounded throughout the county Monday night. Above, 'crooks' Lawrence and Terrance Reed, 7 and 4, and Malikkah Harris enjoyed a Foozball game at a Halloween Party sponsored by the Ypsilanti Recreation Department.
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31
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October
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1983
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Blood Pressure Check at Parkridge Community Center, November 1987

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Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1987
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TIME OUT FOR HEALTH - The Washtenaw County Health Department set up a health resource table to answer health-related questions and to offer free blood pressure checks Tuesday at the Parkridge Community Center in Ypsilanti. At left, public health nurse Betty Dove checks Edward Allen's blood pressure.
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3
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November
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1987
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Group Posing with Sharon Newton on Parkridge Community Center Lawn, August 1994

Group Posing with Sharon Newton on Parkridge Community Center Lawn, August 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1994
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Sharon Newton, bottom right corner, is program director of Parkridge Community Center and sponsor of uNited Youth on the Move.
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5
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August
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1994
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Health Screening at Parkridge Community Center Information Fair, February 1986

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Ann Arbor News, February 17, 1986
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Connell (left) helps George Goodman fill out a questionnaire as part of the health screening program at the fair. Goodman's wife, Thelma, co-founder of the area's first community center, also takes part.
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17
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February
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1986
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Preparation for Gymnastics Class, June 1991

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Ypsilanti Press, June 10, 1991
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Keisha Franklin gets stretching pointers from instructor Jamie Nieman as they warm up to gymnastics, one of the new programs created by the Ypsilanti Recreation Department at the Parkridge Community Center.
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10
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June
Year
1991
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Booker T. Word Signs Autographs at Parkridge Community Center, June 1990

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Ypsilanti Press, June 27, 1990
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Booker T Word, the United States Boxing Association Light Heavyweight Champion, signs autographs Tuesday evening at the Parkridge Community Center for a group of nearly 50 children from Ypsilanti Resource Center Youth Athletic and Academic Skills Development Program. Word, a Willow Run High School graduate, shared his experience of growing up in a rough neighborhood and making the right choices by staying away from drugs to achieve his goals.
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27
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June
Year
1990
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Kathy Hubbs with her Four Month Old Twins, June 1992

Kathy Hubbs with her Four Month Old Twins, June 1992 image
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Ypsilanti Press, June 14, 1992
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Kathy Hubbs literally has her hands full with her almost-4-month old fraternal twins Nathan, left, and Shelby in her Wharton Street home Wednesday afternoon.
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14
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June
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1992
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Charlie and Pat Philippou at Country Squire, June 1992

Charlie and Pat Philippou at Country Squire, June 1992 image
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Ypsilanti Press, June 14, 1992
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Charlie Philippou, owner of the County [sic] Squire restaurant, holds the restaurant's current menu while his wife, Pat, displays one from their 1967 operating days. Country Squire will lower its prices to its 1967 levels.
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14
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June
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1992
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Staff Group Photo at Parkridge Community Center Youth Football Camp, June 1992

Staff Group Photo at Parkridge Community Center Youth Football Camp, June 1992 image
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Ypsilanti Press, June 14, 1992
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Some of the staff members working at the fifth annual Parkridge Center youth football camp which begans [sic] Monday include (from left); Lionel Washington, Los Angeles Raiders; Tunji Bolden, Texas Christian; Ed Tillison, Detroit Lions; Mark Garalczyk, Indianapolis Colts; Eddie Fuller, Buffalo Bills; Steve Bates, San Francisco 49ers; and former Ypsilanti Brave and current Cincinnati Bengal Rodney Holman.
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14
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June
Year
1992
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Ann Arbor Machine Co. Celebrates Their 10 Year Anniversary, June 1995

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Ann Arbor News, June 15, 1995
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Attendees at an anniversary luncheon tour Ann Arbor Machine Co.'s new plant in Chelsea on Wednesday. The machine tool manufacturer bought the factory after Dana Corp. left last year.
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14
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June
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1995
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Ann Arbor Citizens and U-M students In Line for Hong Kong Flu Vaccine, January 1969

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Ann Arbor News, January 14, 1969
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University Health Service Nurse Mrs. Betty Wilson gives Timothy Wright, a U-M student from Waukegan, Ill., a shot of Hong Kong flu vaccine at a clinic for students, staff and faculty today at the Health Service Building. Next in line to receive Hong Kong flu vaccine shots (left to right) are Miss Irene Paluck, Mrs. Howard Schroeder and Mrs. Howard Zeck. Additional flu vaccine clinics will be held if there is sufficient demand.
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January
Year
1969
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Rehearsal For Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's "You Can't Take It With You", September 1978

Rehearsal For Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's "You Can't Take It With You", September 1978 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 7, 1978
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"YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" - Members of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre cast for the comedy "You Can't Take It With You" in rehearsal. They are, left to right, Jackie Radlow, Steven Cole, John Stephens and Cathe Wright. (News photo by Larry E. Wright)
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September
Year
1978
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League Of Women Voters Begin Finance Drive, September 1959

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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1959
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DRIVE BEGINS: To defray expenses of League of Women Voters publications, solicitors began their finance drive yesterday in Ann Arbor. Their goal is $2,800. The latest of LWV "voters service" publications is a 50-page pamphlet titled, "Know Your County."
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September
Year
1959
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League Of Women Voters Wear Hats Related To Study Group Subjects, September 1959

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Ann Arbor News, October 1, 1959
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HATS TELL STORY: Resource chairmen attending yesterday's meeting of the League of Women Voters in the Women's City Club chose appropriate headgear to dramatize the subjects their groups will study. Mrs. Gale Jensen (left) wore a becoming little "fountain bird bath," complete with birds to illustrate her study item, water resources. Mrs. Peter Olmstead (right), who is resource chairman for international affairs, wears a hat representing the Watusi tribe of Africa and their chief source of income, longhorn cattle. The long antlers are decorated with white and blue beads.
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September
Year
1959
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Barbara Lou Eddy - Ann Arbor DeMolay Chapter Sweetheart, September 1942

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1942
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DeMOLAY SWEETHEART: Miss Barbara Lou Eddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Eddy, 1407 White St., will be 19 years old tomorrow. On Saturday she will represent the Ann Arbor DeMolay chapter at a district contest in Monroe as the local DeMolay "sweetheart." The winner will compete in a state DeMolay "sweetheart" contest in Detroit next month.
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September
Year
1942
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Mural Painting at Fall Kickoff event at Parkridge Community Center, September 1993

Mural Painting at Fall Kickoff event at Parkridge Community Center, September 1993 image
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Ypsilanti Press, September 27, 1993
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Brittany Weatherspoon, 8, above right, joins in painting a giant mural Saturday at the Ypsilanti Recreation Department's Fabulous Fall Kickoff at the Parkridge Community Center. Participants had the opportunity to sign up for fall classes and take part in activities like watching a gymnastics demonstration an [sic] getting a look at a helicopter.
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27
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September
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1993
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Marcella Cisney, Gail Rector, & Robert Schnitzer In The Lobby Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971

Marcella Cisney, Gail Rector, & Robert Schnitzer In The Lobby Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1971
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Three of the people in Ann Arbor most affected by and excited with the opening two days now of the new Power Center for the Performing Arts stand in the center's spacious lobby alongside one of two spiral staircases there. They are (left to right) Marcella Cisney, artistic director of the University Professional Theater Program; Gail W. Rector, president of the University Musical Society; and Robert C. Schnitzer, executive director of the PTP. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Jack Stubbs)
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October
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1971
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News Photographer Jack Stubbs Captures His Own Image Reflected In A Dressing Room Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971

News Photographer Jack Stubbs Captures His Own Image Reflected In A Dressing Room Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1971
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The University's new Power Center for the Performing Arts is a major production in itself. An arrangement of dressing room mirrors and lights enabled News photographer Jack Stubbs not only to cast himself in a picture he was taking, but also to obtain the unusual photograph above.
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October
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1971
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Ann Arbor's Moose Lodge Drill Team, September 1946

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Ann Arbor News, September 24, 1946
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WIN NATIONAL MOOSE HONORS: Members of the drill team of Ann Arbor's Moose lodge, already proud of having won first place honors in the Moose state competition earlier this summer, have received further recognition with the announcement that the team has been selected second-place winner of national competition held in Chicago in August. Team members shown in the back row above are from left to right: George Hager, the team's coach: Floyd Routson, William Goings and John Fontana. In the front row are Frank Lange, Loren Bement, Gordon Packard, Louis Koebnick and Leo Wood.
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September
Year
1946
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Mike Knieper Honors Officer Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992

Mike Knieper Honors Officer Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992 image
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Ypsilanti Press, February 5, 1992
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With a black mourning stripe across his badge, Milan police Officer Mike Knieper, above, stands at attention during Tuesday's memorial service.
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5
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February
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1992
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Charles Winston Helps Tutor at the Learning Center at Parkridge Community Center, February 1992

Charles Winston Helps Tutor at the Learning Center at Parkridge Community Center, February 1992 image
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Ypsilanti Press, February 5, 1992
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Charles Winston, a recent Eastern Michigan University graduate, helps Jenee Reed, 9, with some arithmetic problems Tuesday at the Parkridge Community Center. Winston works for the Learning Center at Parkridge and helps young people get into and stay interested in math and reading.
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5
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February
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1992
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Empty Huron River from Municipal Beach Looking Toward Main Street, September 1936

Empty Huron River from Municipal Beach Looking Toward Main Street, September 1936 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1936
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OLD MAN RIVER HAS QUIT ROLLING: This desolate scene shows how the usually popular municipal bathing beach on the Huron River appears when the river bed is exposed. The Detroit Edison Co. emptied the water to permit repairs on the Argo dam, and the city is taking advantage of the occasion by spending $1,000 to improve the beach. The view here is taken from the east side of the river.
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20
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September
Year
1936
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Golden Gloves Boxing, December 1935

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Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1935
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WILL TEST COUSINEAU --Harry Moyer of Plymouth, above, who recently came to Michigan from Oregon, will offer Elmer Cousineau considerable opposition at the Armory tonight. He has a good record in Golden Gloves, winning the Oregon title in 1933 and was runner-up in the Pacific Coast finals last year. Harry is 19 years of age and weighs 155 pounds.
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December
Year
1935
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The Ann Arbor Golden Gloves boxing tournament was held in the National Guard Armory building on E Ann St.

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League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1960
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IT'S A LOAD: After weeks of stuffing and stamping envelopes, the thousand letters from the League of Women Voters, are finally on their way to the post office for the beginning of the League's annual finance campaign. Mrs. William Morse (left) and Mrs. Warren Smith will mail the envelopes, take a deep sigh of relief and plunge into another project.
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September
Year
1960
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Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Support A Yes Vote On The Constitutional Convention Proposal, November 1960

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Ann Arbor News, November 8, 1960
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PROMOTES CON-CON: The Ann Arbor League of Women Voters today stationed members in front of every polling place in the city, with signs urging a "yes" vote on the con-con proposal. Here, Mrs. Robert McNamara parades in front of the polling place at Bach School.
Month
November
Year
1960
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Brad Soucie and Javon Hurston Practice for Parkridge Basketball League, March 1986

Brad Soucie and Javon Hurston Practice for Parkridge Basketball League, March 1986 image
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Ypsilanti Press, March 27, 1988
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Practice makes perfect Javon Hurston gets a lesson in defense from Eastern Michigan University forward Brad Soucie at Old Ypsilanti High School Saturday. The youngster was one of the 53 area fifth and sixth graders who participated in an eight-week basketball program sponsored by Parkridge Community Center. Soucie, who etched his name in the NCAA record books with eight 3-point baskets in a recent tournament game against Pittsburgh, helped officiate the league's championship game and spoke to the players about the role of sports in their lives. Afterward, Soucie dazzled everyone with his long-range shooting ability. This is the first year for the basketball program, which included five girl players, and according to Parkridge Director Ken Miller, owes its success to the contributions of several adult volunteers.
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27
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March
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1988
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Valyncia Burrus Meets Santa at Parkridge Community Center, December 1986

Valyncia Burrus Meets Santa at Parkridge Community Center, December 1986 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1986
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Santa Claus hands Valyncia Burrus, 3, a large doll hidden in paper.
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24
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December
Year
1986
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Antonio Mitchell Visits Santa at Parkridge Community Center, December 1986

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Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1986
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While waiting for Santa, Antonio Mitchell, 2, enjoys some liquid refreshment.
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24
Month
December
Year
1986
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Mariea Evans at Parkridge Community Center, December 1986

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"Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1986"
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First-time Mariea Evans, 16 months, doesn't have a smile for Santa Claus (Carl Myles).
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24
Month
December
Year
1986
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Santa Visits Parkridge Community Center, December 1986

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Ypsilanti Press, December 24, 1986
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James Shepherd, 5, looks into the eyes of Santa as he clutches a coloring book and box of crayons.
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24
Month
December
Year
1986
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Ypsilanti Pre-School Graduation at Parkridge Community Center, May 1986

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Ypsilanti Press, May 30, 1986
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Young students (from the left) Jayson Atkins, Mario Taylor, Mark Dixson, Devon Francois, and Mysti Greer showed posters and told why the person on the poster was famous at the Parkridge Community Center's graduation.
Day
30
Month
May
Year
1986
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