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Willow Village Theater, a landmark of the wartime "Bomber City," to become church, December 1955

Willow Village Theater, a landmark of the wartime "Bomber City," to become church, December 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 16, 1955
Caption
WILLOW VILLAGE THEATER TO BECOME CHURCH: The Center Theater, a landmark of the wartime "Bomber City," has been leased by the government to a new church group, the Community Gospel Temple. The nondenominational group plans to open the large Village building as a church Jan. 8. The church was organized, the pastor says, because "so many of the people moving into the Ypsilanti area are 'displaced persons' spiritually."

Lawrence Welk and members of his show at Willow Run Airport, May 1959

Lawrence Welk and members of his show at Willow Run Airport, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1959
Caption
WELK ARRIVES AT WILLOW RUN: John L. French, general manager of the Ford Motor Company hardware and accessories division at Rawsonville, (second from right) welcomed Lawrence Welk and members of his show when they arrived at Willow Run Airport this morning for the Ninth Annual Future Unlimited Celebration of the Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, of which Mr. Welk is master of ceremonies. The celebration will be held at the Masonic Temple in Detroit at 8 p.m. tonight. Accompanying Mr. Welk from Los Angeles were Janet Lennon, of the Lennon Sisters, (fifth from left); her father, William Lennon (extreme left); Warren Luening, Jr., trumpet player, (second from left); Brian Siebman, singer, guitarist, (third from left), Bo Wagner, dancer and drummer, (fourth from left), and Thomas Owens, accordianist, (fifth from left). Also on hand to greek Mr. Welk and his troop was Carl Kolon, 20, of Detroit, president of the Achiever's Association of Southeastern Michigan. French is president of the J. A. board of Southeastern Michigan.

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
June
Year
1962
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