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Will Air Future Of Angell School

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5
Month
December
Year
1962
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Ann Arbor Country Club Planners, May 1963 Photographer: Eck Stanger

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Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1963
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COUNTRY CLUB SITE: These four persons look over plans of the new Ann Arbor Country Club. The four are (left to right) Supr. E. A. Wolter of Scio township, Architect David Osler of Ann Arbor, Mayor Cecil O. Creal and Minor Vandermade, president of Webster Golflands, Inc., owner of the new club. It is expected to have 700 members. So far, 65 area professional men have joined as charter members.

Commission Unit Advises Court Step

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Day
20
Month
March
Year
1964
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Golf Starting House To Be Dedicated

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Day
19
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May
Year
1962
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Hearing On Fireman's Discharge Ends

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Day
25
Month
January
Year
1964
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Hearing To Continue On Firing By City

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Day
18
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January
Year
1964
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Former Fireman's Hearing To Continue

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Day
16
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January
Year
1964
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Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Fire Station On West Side, October 3, 1962 Photographer: Duane Scheel

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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1962
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Groundbreakers: Mayor Cecil O. Creal (center) and two assistant fire chiefs wield the shovel simultaneously to rocket the first spadeful of earth, signaling the start of construction of a new west side fire station on Veterans Memorial Park property. The two assistant chiefs are Arthur L. Stauch (left) and Harold E. Gauss.