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Plymouth Dealers Sponsor Trophies For Model Airplane Meet, August 1948

Plymouth Dealers Sponsor Trophies For Model Airplane Meet, August 1948 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 11, 1948
Caption
Four local youths are handed trophies for their victories in the state model airplane contest held in Detroit. Officials of the Plymouth Motor Division of Chrysler Corp. presented the trophies yesterday afternoon to the youths in the Hockett Sales Co. building. Left to right are James Wickert, regional manager of De Soto, Bill Riskey of 2806 Heather Way, Reginald Chamness of 1103 Berkshire Rd., Erwin (Duke) Wallaker, of 1629 Traver St., Ray Waggoner, of 3333 Geddes Rd., Alex Sedoff, Plymouth district manager, and Leo M. Biggs, owner of the Hockett Sales Co.

Don Naylor Wins Chrysler's Dealer Award

Don Naylor Wins Chrysler's Dealer Award image
Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
March
Year
1959
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Naylor Firm To Build New Facilities

Naylor Firm To Build New Facilities image
Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
December
Year
1964
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New Auto Showroom

New Auto Showroom image
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Day
4
Month
August
Year
1965
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Ann Arbor Police Accept Keys to New Motorcycles Purchased From Downtown Honda Co., November 1966

Ann Arbor Police Accept Keys to New Motorcycles Purchased From Downtown Honda Co., November 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1966
Caption
Increase In Mobility Expected: City Traffic patrolmen William Miller and Jan Suomala, left to right, stand behind two new motorcycles to be used by police to get through heavy traffic while Detective Lt. Eugene L. Staudenmaier, third from left, checks over a lighter, two-wheel cycle which will be used by his division for quick, downtown runs. Traffic Lt. Howard A. Zeck, second from right, accepts the keys to the cycles from Hugh Wenk, owner of the Downtown Honda Co., 310 E. Washington St., where the cycles were purchased. City police have not used two-wheel cycles for 10 years.