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Ann Arbor Clergymen Discuss Petition With Senator Gilbert Bursley, September 1971

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Ann Arbor News, September 12, 1971
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Clergymen Discuss Petitions State Sen. Gilbert Bursley met with area clergymen last week to ask them to set aside Oct. 10 to make abortion reform referendum petitions available to their congregations. Here Bursley, left, talks with the Rev. Gordon Jones of St. Andrew's Episcopal, the Rev. O. Carroll Arnold of First Baptist and Rabbi Bruce Warshal of Temple Beth Emeth. The clergymen were invited to the meeting by Bursley's office.

Hike Interfaith Understanding

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5
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July
Year
1966
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St. Andrew's Names Its New Rector

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26
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February
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1962
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Marriage Needn't Turn Sour

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29
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March
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1972
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Troublemaker At St. Andrew's

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30
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November
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1983
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Surgeon Carl Badgley Dies

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6
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February
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1973
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Kids Put On Circus To Raise Money For Polio Fund, August 1953

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Ann Arbor News, August 11, 1953
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Early Start For Polio Fund: Mrs. James A. Nichols, Ann Arbor chairman of the 1954 March of Dimes, watches Robert Kirk, 2115 Alice St., put his dog, Tippy, through one of the acts of a circus that neighborhood children staged to aid the polio fund. A circuit and a carnival were held by two groups in the new Northwest elementary school area and $5.74 was turned over to the polio fund. Among others who took part were Gordon Jones (left), 1806 Linwood Ave., and Mary Kay Hamilton, 306 Westwood Ave.