Vol.3 No.2 Jan.15, 1969 Grace Potts, Editor
Now that the flu season has completed a "successful" run, another season
appears to be upon us - at least for those KeeNeRites who have children.
Phil Nye reports that his littlest one, Cynthia, (which he affectionately
refers to as the "monster"), has come down with the chicken pox.
KeeNeR's newest contest, "Who Said That?" is setting new records and
creating great interest. Elmer Brown's bankroll increased by $275.00 Monday
when he correctly identified Jesse Owens in the voice contest which ran all
We hereby officially we become our newest employee Tom Lamb, who is our
early morning switchboard operator. Tom joined us Wednesday, January 8. When
he's not performing his miscellaneous duties here, he's attending classes at
Wayne State, heading for a career in radio and television production.
When Autorama's "Rod and Custom Show" comes to Cobo Hall the latter part of
January, WKNR will have an exhibit during the weekend of the 24th, 25th and
26th. As part of this activity, we will be giving away a Volkswagen which
will be completely covered with a special process known as "Velv-It-Top".
Contestants will be asked to send in postcards to the station or to fill out
the entry blanks at the show. The winner will be drawn from all entries.
Another event to look forward to after the Autorama Show will be the
l1I<NR-sponsored show at the Masonic Temple when the groups known as "Canned
Heat", "The Spirit" and "Brooklyn Bridge" will appear in concert on Sunday,
To show how desperate we are for news items this week, we want all of you to
notice Bob Williams next week. He's getting a new set of choppers and will
probably be grinning all over the place;
The station was all a-twitter Tuesday afternoon because of the special
visitor to the station. TINY TIM! Your editor has another claim to fame as a
result of the visit. she had her picture taken with him, Paul Cannon and
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, January 19, 1969 is "40 years of Public
Service - A Look Back". retiring Detroit City Clerk Thomas Leadbetter
reviews his 40 years as a city official.