Vol.2 No.11 Mar.13, 1968 Grace Potts, Editor
During the week of January 15, 3300 copies of our News Album were mailed to
people in all walks of life - political, educational, business, etc. Letters
of appreciation were received from many of them. In addition, letters were
sent to principals of high schools advising that additional copies would be
made available to them free of charge if they would like them. To date we
have received requests from 27 schools and have distributed over 175 albums.
We welcome two new DJ's to the station - Dan Henderson, who was formerly
associated with WAIR in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, will be on FM, and
Gary Mitchell, very recently of CKLW, will be in the afternoon drive slot.
Visitors to the station this past week: Wednesday, March 6, 14 young people
from Junior Christian Youth Fellowship of the Hungarian Reformed Church of
Last Sunday, March 10, Paul Cannon made a personal appearance at the First
Methodist Church of Dearborn at the request of the associate pastor. His
talk was to a youth group discussing the "anatomy of a record," censorship
of records, how they are picked out and how they become hits.
If strikes and weather don't interfere, two KeeNeRites will be leaving these
blustery parts. Mrs. Knorr hopes to leave Thursday for a brief vacation with
her brother in Tucson, Arizona, and Mary Keem is spending a long weekend in
Nashville, Tennessee. She claims it is not a recording session!
One of our popular DJ's claims he never gets his name in this sheet. So here
J. MICHAEL WILSON
HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY
PROJECT DETROIT subject for Sunday, March 17, 1968 is "UFO's Revisited"
featuring Stanton Friedman, a scientist who believes in extraterrestrial
beings. (Inasmuch as this man believes in the little green people - this
appears to be an appropriate subject for St. Patrick's Day!)