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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.

Crumpled Car At Accident Scene Where Dick Hilinski Was Killed, October 1955

Crumpled Car At Accident Scene Where Dick Hilinski Was Killed, October 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 22, 1955
Caption
CARRIED GRID STAR TO DEATH: This is the foreign-made sports car from which former Ohio State football star Dick Hilinski was thrown to his death late yesterday afternoon at Seven Mile and Earhart Rds. in Northfield township.

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1960
Caption
IT'S A LOAD: After weeks of stuffing and stamping envelopes, the thousand letters from the League of Women Voters, are finally on their way to the post office for the beginning of the League's annual finance campaign. Mrs. William Morse (left) and Mrs. Warren Smith will mail the envelopes, take a deep sigh of relief and plunge into another project.

Steven Creps Wins A New Car Through Kline's Department Store, December 1970

Steven Creps Wins A New Car Through Kline's Department Store, December 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1973
Caption
'New Sleigh' For Christmas. Steven J. Creps, 19, of Milan, receives keys to his "new sleigh," a white 1971 Gremlin, from Walter Stein, regional sales manager for Interwoven Socks while Ed Sanchez, men's buyer for Kline's Department Store, looks on. Creps, who registered at Kline's, won the auto in a nationwide contest sponsored by Interwoven.

New Corvair Monza convertibles lined up for a "drive-away" from GM's Chervrolet Division Assembly Plant at Willow Run, April 1962

New Corvair Monza convertibles lined up for a "drive-away" from GM's Chervrolet Division Assembly Plant at Willow Run, April 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1962
Caption
CARS ON PRADE: Forty-four new Corvair Monza convertibles are lined up for a "drive-away" from the General Motors Corporation's Chevrolet Division assembly plant at Willow Run. The event was held yesterday afternoon to mark the introduction of the new model. The convertibles in the "drive-away" were the first to be delivered to dealers in the Detroit Metropolitan area, Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor.

Three Cars Stolen; Two Of Them Recovered

Three Cars Stolen; Two Of Them Recovered image
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Day
2
Month
April
Year
1956
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