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Oscar Johnson Receives A Plaque During The Veterans Day Tree Planting Ceremony At The VA Hospital - November 11, 1976

Oscar Johnson Receives A Plaque During The Veterans Day Tree Planting Ceremony At The VA Hospital - November 11, 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 12, 1976
Caption
At the VA Hospital on Fuller Road, Hospital Director Arnold Mouish presented a plaque to Congressional Medal of Honor Winner Oscar Johnson of DeWitt, Mich. during a tree-planting ceremony.

Judge Rules Against Removing It

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Day
2
Month
April
Year
1964
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Supplies for fall-out shelter at Huron Towers, March 1963

Supplies for fall-out shelter at Huron Towers, March 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1963
Caption
SHELTER SUPPLIES ARRIVE: Among the first supplies for public fallout shelters in Ann Arbor are being placed in a shelter at Huron Towers on Fuller Rd. The supplies, free from the federal government warehouse in Livonia, will be placed in 26 shelters here in the next few days.

Sally Beightol and H. R. Shipman inspect supplies for fall-out shelter at Huron Towers, March 1963

Sally Beightol and H. R. Shipman inspect supplies for fall-out shelter at Huron Towers, March 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1963
Caption
SURVIVAL CRACKERS: A package of special crackers that, along with water, would be consumed by persons living in public fallout shelters during an emergency, are exhibited by Mrs. Sally Beightol, manager of Huron Towers, and Dr. H. R. Shipman, Ann Arbor Civil Defense director.

Checking civil defense supplies at Huron Towers, August 1963

Checking civil defense supplies at Huron Towers, August 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1963
Caption
CHECKING SUPPLIES: Ann Arbor Civil Defense Director Dr. H. R. Shipman and Guy Williams of the Huron Towers Apartments inspect part of more than 50 tons of survival supplies stored in the Huron Towers shelter area. Chair in foreground was brought in by Williams to change a light bulb. It is not part of shelter equipment.

Checking civil defense supplies at Huron Towers, August 1963

Checking civil defense supplies at Huron Towers, August 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1963
Caption
HOW TO DO IT: Ann Arbor Civil Defense Director Dr. H. R. Shipman shows directions on a 17 1/2-gallon fallout shelter water can to Guy Williams of the Huron Towers Apartments. Williams has been named manager of the shlter in case of attack. The cans will be filled if an emergency is threatened.

Charles "Skipper" Sayre, Ann Arbor Accountant & Republican Candidate, May 1992

Charles "Skipper" Sayre, Ann Arbor Accountant & Republican Candidate, May 1992 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 2, 1992
Caption
Charles "Skipper" Sayre, an Ann Arbor accountant who is running for the state Legislature, is embroiled in a dispute with the city of unpaid taxes on his home office equipment. Sayre has written obscene and threatening letters to city officials during the dispute.

Candidate Has Plenty Of Problems

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
July
Year
1994
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