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Mayor Pro-Tem, Russell J. Burns Shows City Flag To UM International Students Visiting City Hall, March 1, 1960

Mayor Pro-Tem, Russell J. Burns Shows City Flag To UM International Students Visiting City Hall, March 1, 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1960
Caption
Foreign Students' Night Out: Nineteen foreign students of the University English Institute learned about city government last evening in a visit to the City Council meeting. Arrangements were made by Mrs. William B. Ballis (left), government and politics chairman of the Friends of the English Language Institute, and her committee. Mayor Pro-Tem Russell J. Burns (right) showed the city seal to students (center) Hussein Abouhossein of Iran and Miss Selam Kawas of Syria. Mrs. Florence R. Crane, council woman and Friends member gave a talk before the meeting. The foreign students adjourned to the home of Mrs. J. R. Hayden of Hill St. and heard another talk on municipal government by William R. Gable, research associate of the U-M Institute of Public Administration. Friends of the ELI provided transportation for the students.

Parke-Davis To Build Here

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Day
29
Month
November
Year
1956
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Documents Are Signed Enabling The Location Of Parke Davis & Co. And The Bendix Aviation Corp. In Ann Arbor, December 1956

Documents Are Signed Enabling The Location Of Parke Davis & Co. And The Bendix Aviation Corp. In Ann Arbor, December 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1956
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VITAL DOCUMENTS SIGNED: Pens are wielded as cost-sharing agreements on water and sanitary sewer facility expansions are signed that will enable the location of Parke, Davis & Co. and Bendix Aviation Corp. institutions in northeast Ann Arbor and the expansion of U-M North Campus developments. Gathered for the event (front, left to right) are Dr. Russell D. O'Neal of Bendix, Homer C. Fritsch of Parke-Davis, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., Wilbur K. Pierpont of the U-M and Kenneth D. McGregor of Parke-Davis. Standing (left to right) are City Clerk Fred J. Looker, Mayor Pro-tem Russell J. Burns, W. N. MacDonald of Bendix, Dr. Leon A. Sweet and T. C. Anderson, both of Parke-Davis.

Burns, Russell J.

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Day
10
Month
October
Year
1974
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Russell J. Burns - Third Ward Candidate For City Council, December 1951

Russell J. Burns - Third Ward Candidate For City Council, December 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1951
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William L. Carman, jr. (left), 34, and Russell J. Burns (right), 36, will oppose each other in the Republican primary Feb. 18 for the nomination as alderman from Ann Arbor's Third Ward. It is the only primary contest now in sight.