Vol.2 No.42 Oct.30, 1968 Grace Potts, Editor
Paul Cannon's trip to Las Vegas as a representative to the ALSAC convention
was not only interesting but productive as well. monetarily, that is. As
everyone knows, there is hardly a spot in that city that doesn't have some
kind of gambling equipment eagerly waiting to gobble up your money. It
didn't gobble much belonging to Mrs. Cannon. She invested a nickel in a slot
machine and came away with the super-duper jackpot of $71.34: Paul and Mrs.
Cannon went to church on Sunday morning and as part of the welcoming talk to
visitors, the priest advised that the church was not wealthy and that they
would accept any and all contributions from small change to, yes, even
casino chips. Paul also met with Danny Thomas and outlined the program being
arranged for the teenagers who participated in the ALSAC march in September.
More books have arrived for the KeeNeR library and you are invited to peruse
Alice Williams is on vacation this week. Part of the time will be spent in
Montreal where she will be meeting her parents who will be returning during
this time from a vacation in Europe.
We are sorry to report that we are losing one of our salesmen. Doug Christie
will try his hand at selling television time on Channel 9 after the 31st.
Visitor to the station: Gene Pitney, the recording artist, last week.
Anniversary dates of KeeNeRites: Mary Keem, November 9, 19551 Mike O'Neill,
November 14, 1966 and Helen Reakes, November 27, 1953.
Frank Maruca and family will be on vacation Thursday and Friday, journeying
The big political rally with Pat Paulsen is at Olympia tonight and Phil Nye
will be introducing him to his supporters.
WKNR will have an interesting exhibit at the Auto Show the latter part of
November. Closed circuit TV is being installed in Studio A which will be
hooked up to four monitors in our area at the show so you'll be able to see
our DJs in action.
Our newest DJ, Tony Randolph, made his debut today in the morning slot
recently vacated by J. Mike Wilson.
Send 'em sealed. send 'em open. or send 'em blank. but please get your
United Fund cards in to me no later than this Friday. (Thanks - Grace).
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, November 3, 1968 is "Your Vote and the
Electoral College" - the electoral college: what it is, how it works, what
it can do, featuring Dr. Theodore B. Fleming, Wayne State University
professor of political science.