INSIDE KEENER

Vol.2 No.19 May 8, 1968 Grace Potts, Editor

In last week's paper we forgot to welcome Steve Allevato who took Ron Greenberg's place on the morning switchboard shift. Sorry about that, Steve. and welcome to the group.

In case none of you have noticed or been introduced to her, our new sales secretary is Alice Williams, and we welcome her, too.

Gary Mitchell made a personal appearance on Thursday, May 2 - Career Day - at Garden City High School. He spoke on careers in radio to three different classes - approximately 100 students.

Frank Maruca is appearing at Dearborn High School today to talk to students on careers in radio for their Career Day activity.

Anniversaries of KeeNeRites in the month of May:

Ann Mitchell started with us May 4, 1957; Paul Cannon started with us July, 1961, left us in September, 1963 and returned May 11, 1964; Dick Davis - May 16, 1959; and Bill Hauke - May 18, 1950.

Harry Walker is vacationing this week and next, spending a few days in New York and Minneapolis.

Listening to KeeNeR has been very profitable for three of our listeners. They were the winners in our Hi Lo Contest. Mrs. Stephanie Wrobel won $3893, Mrs. Betty Ashburn won $1901, and Mrs. Barbara Krichke won $2097.

A word of appreciation to Marie Renner, our temporary switchboard operator. She proved she can bake cakes of the 10-story variety by bringing in one that practically covered one of our tables in the lounge. The only complaint we had was from Jerry Taylor who said he didn't get a chunk of it.

Phil Nye made a personal appearance Friday, May 3, at the West Dearborn Republican Club to speak on the subject of "The Tone of News Reporting Today."

In case you had intended to send Clarence Maples a birthday card but it slipped your mind - this is your reminder. His address is 6662 Diversey, Detroit 48210.

A personal appearance was made by Erik Smith before an educational fraternity of Wayne State University on Friday, April 26. The subject of his talk was "The Role of Electronic Communications Today."

Friday is Chuck Borchard's last day with us before joining the armed forces if you'd like to wish him bon voyage.

PROJECT DETROIT subject for Sunday, May 12, 1968 is "Alcoholism: An Illness."
 

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