Vol.2 No.25 June 19, 1968 Grace Potts, Editor
We're pleased to announce the arrival into the KeeNeR fold of Don Schuster
as of June 13. Don will be manning the switchboard after 6:00 o'clock in the
evening. B & B Productions might like to branch out so this is to advise
that Don is a tap dancer.
Also, Gary Kolasa, who has been a part-time
employee while finishing his college education, now joins us as a full-time
The KeeNeR Dream Car has been built and was on display in the front of the
station Monday, June 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson spent a four-day weekend in New York this past week
celebrating Mrs. Patterson's birthday and their 33rd wedding anniversary.
Requests for servicemen's tapes continue to come in and as of this writing
289 tapes have been sent out since the first of the year.
Speaking of servicemen, Carole Wiedeman is on pins and needles in
anticipation of her son Jim's arrival home on leave from the Air Force
Wednesday night or Thursday morning. When his leave is over, he will be
heading for Edwards Air Force Base in California.
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass came to Detroit for a one-night stand in
Cobo Hall Monday, June 17, and Paul Cannon was MC for the show.
Starting next week, 200,000 bumper stickers will be made available to KeeNeR
listeners through a special promotion with 500 Sunoco gas stations.
As you can see from the wide margins, we need more news items so somebody
get out and do something or it will be recipe time again!
PROJECT DETROIT subject for Sunday, June 23, 1968 is "The Anatomy of a
Strike" - a review of the events in Detroit's long newspaper strike.