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Undersheriff Charles Shaw & Detective Lt. Melvin Fuller Examine The Body Of Dell Cain In Willow Village, September 1956

Undersheriff Charles Shaw & Detective Lt. Melvin Fuller Examine The Body Of Dell Cain In Willow Village, September 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1956
Caption
MAN FOUND MURDERED: Dell Cain, 36, of 610 S. Huron St., Ypsilanti, was found at 11:20 a.m. yesterday, dead from a knife wound inflicted by an unidentified person in Willow Village about nine hours earlier. Undersheriff Charles W. Shaw (right) and Detective Lt. Melvin C. Fuller here examine Cain's body, which was found lying beside his car in a vacant field off MacArthur Blvd. in Willow Village. Officers theorized Cain, dying from loss of blood, passed out while driving on MacArthur. The vehicle hit a large stone in the field, and the impact apparently threw the stabbing victim from the car. An Ypsilanti man is being sought for questioning in connection with the case, Fuller said.

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
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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."

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Children getting Fluoride Treatments at Pittsfield Village, September 1949

Children getting Fluoride Treatments at Pittsfield Village, September 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 24, 1949
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FLUORIDE FOR CHILDREN'S TEETH: First group of the 800 Washtenaw youngsters who eventually will received fluoride treatment to prevent tooth decay are pictured in the community building at Willow Village, where U.S. Public Health Service experts are holding the first of a series of demonstration clinics. Dr. Sanford Smith is in charge assisted by Miss Marirose Ratti (center background) and Miss Pat Dean.