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Ann Arbor School Officials & LWV Members Chat At A League Of Women Voters Meeting, April 1963

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1963
Caption
SCHOOL OFFICIALS: League members and local school officials review their work experiences on "Know Your Town" at the booklet's formal debut tea yesterday afternoon at the YM-YWCA. Shown are (left to right) Jack Elzay, superintendent of the Ann Arbor Public Schools; Mrs. Franklin Moore, president of the league; Albert Coudron, vice-president of the Ann Arbor Board of Education; Scott Westerman, social studies co-ordinator for the public schools, and Mrs. Dorwin Cartwright, the booklet's illustrator.

Board Of Education Acting On Jones School

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22
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September
Year
1964
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Few React To Schools' Race Study

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12
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June
Year
1964
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Jones School Report Done, Not Released

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28
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May
Year
1964
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Jones School Report Several Weeks Away

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28
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February
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1964
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Interim Director Steps In

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30
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July
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1982
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Businessmen of East Ann Arbor Shopping Center landscape area, September 1963

Businessmen of East Ann Arbor Shopping Center landscape area, September 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 7, 1963
Caption
Businessmen's Project: This 300-foot-long landscaped area is an attractive addition in front of the East Ann Arbor Shopping Center at Packard and Platt Rds. The landscaped area has 10 flowering crab trees, four large clumps of bushes and such perennial flowers as mums, zinnias, daisies, petunias and crocuses. Both the owners and employees of the Community Drug and East Ann Arbor Hardware provided the plantings and did the major share of the work. Albert J. Coudron, owner of Community Drug, said plans are to extend the landscaping another 300 feet to the east, where he plans to plant 200 tulip bulbs this fall, with the flowers to be in bloom during the next spring season.