Vol.2 No.36 Sept.18,1968 Grace Potts, Editor
As you all know by now, your editor was on vacation last week. That's the
reason for another work stoppage which occurred.
INSIDE KEENER officially welcomes newcomer Martin Buffalini. He joined the
ranks September 11 as evening and Saturday switchboard operator. When he's
not working for us, he's attending Wayne State to prepare for a career in
radio. Don Wagner now has a buddy in his old car hobby as this is something
which also interests Martin.
Jack Sitta attended the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Convention
which was held last week in Hidden Valley, Gaylord, Michigan. While there he
was elected president of the Michigan Chapter of Broadcast Pioneers, an
organization composed of people who have had 20 or more years of association
Susan Goldsmith had planned a small church wedding, to be attended only by
members of the family, and had sent invitations to all KeeNeRites to attend
the reception. Now it appears some have expressed a desire to see the
wedding so she's extending the invitation via INSIDE KEENER to all of you
who would like to attend. It's to be held Saturday, September 28, 6:30 PM at
St. Paul's American Lutheran Church, 21915 Beech, Dearborn.
The ALSAC Teenagers March took place Sunday, September 15 and again this
year WKNR and Detroit lead the nation with over $160,000 (and it's still
coming in!). In connection with this drive, Paul Cannon made an appearance
in Warren, Michigan September 6 at a dance held to raise money for this
Former KeeNeRite George Opra left us Tuesday, September 10 to become a. DJ
in a small town near Akron, Ohio.
Dick Buller's son Rick has enrolled at Michigan Tech at Houghton, Michigan.
At this time he's thinking along the line of a pre-med course.
Erik Smith, former WKNR newsman, now connected with WXYZ-TV, started out a
week ago last Saturday for a week's vacation in Maine with his wife and
daughter. While driving, he lost control of the car (a 3-day old Buick
Riviera) in Massachusetts and demolished it. Erik was cut and bruised, his
daughter is OK, but his wife Sharon sustained a back injury.
If Dan Henderson appears to be giving you a wide-eyed stare, think. nothing
of it. He's wearing contact lenses now.
Bill Settles and his wife have started a physical fitness campaign together
and are now riding bikes approximately three times a week - five mile