Vol.3 No.10 Mar.12;1969 Grace Potts, Editor
Our news is a little scarce this week so somebody go out and do something we
can report. We haven't heard anything about the engineers 'way out there' in
a long time, so how about it, fellas.
INSIDE KEENER has the privilege of mentioning that Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Wiedeman announce the engagement of their daughter Suzanne to Tom Reichert.
The wedding is expected to take place in June, 1970.
Frank Maruca advises that he has received from the Traffic Safety
Association a supply of the official 1969 State of Michigan highway maps. If
you'd like one, contact him.
WKNR is sponsoring a number of shows coming soon.
On Friday, March 28 it's The Doors at Olympia. On Sunday, March 30 an
underground group known as Blood, Sweat and Tears will be appearing with the
Rationals and Sunday Funnies at Ford Auditorium, and Saturday, April 12, the
Iron Butterfly Show will take place at Cobo Arena at 8:00 P.M.
Paul Cannon spoke on Tuesday, March 11, to a class of graduate and
undergraduate students at Wayne State on mass communications, specifically
On Monday, March 17, a new newsman will join the WKNR News team. Vincent
Edward Smith comes to us from Station KOMA in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where
he was a newscaster. A big KeeNeR "hello" from the gang.
We are pleased to advise that the Associated Press has selected WKNR as the
"Station of the Month" for February. The announcement was made in their news
bulletin received Tuesday.
If you're interested in bird watching, you might want to contact Mrs. Don
Oswalt. She has become involved in this hobby since receiving a telescope
from her sister as a Christmas present.
WKNR, in cooperation with the Thorn McAn stores, is participating in a
contest to give away 100 Norelco portable cassette players and 500 Capitol
pre-recorded cassettes. Entry blanks are at the stores only. Contest closes
HAPPY ST. PATRICKS DAY - MARCH 17
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, March 16, 1969 is "The Six Who Died -
Good Hart Revisited". featuring newsman Al Koski who traveled to Petoskey
and Good Hart, Michigan to talk to residents who knew the murdered Richard
Robison family and who became directly or indirectly involved in the, as
yet, unsolved slayings. Part I of a two-part report.