Vol.3 No.26 July 2, 1969 Grace Potts, Editor
We have been given the inside information for several months now by Jerry
Taylor that his wife was expecting a blessed event but did not want to give
a daily account to our readers. We are now pleased to report that they have
a new daughter named Kimberly. She arrived this past weekend! In order to
recuperate and also to help out at home with their little boy, Jerry is
taking a week off for vacation. Congratulations from the KeeNeR Gang.
We have a medical bulletin this week concerning two of our people. Judi
Ponds, our Traffic assistant, will be out for at least two weeks of complete
rest to combat mononucleosis. Mrs. Knorr is hobbling around these days in
the most comfortable shoes she can find while her foot heals from having
stepped on a needle. It was not enough that she stepped on it1 she broke it
inside her foot and had to have it removed surgically.
Mary and Norm Keem are also campers and just returned from a camping
vacation in the same general area where Jerry Martin and his family recently
camped. The pleasure of the outing was dampened, however, when a rash of
robberies took place in the campgrounds and they lost two of their coolers.
Don and Carole Niska celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary on June 26.
Ron Sherwood will be at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri starting July 12 for two
weeks of Army Reserve duty. Because he is part of the Information Section,
he will have the opportunity of working at the local radio station.
Ann Mitchell and her family start their vacation on Saturday, July 5. This
is to be a motor trip touring the southwest United States.
In the hobby department, we have learned that our newest salesman, Dan
Seslar, is a scuba diver and skier.
Publication of INSIDE KEENER will be halted for two weeks after this issue
while your editor and family vacation in Merry Old England, Scotland and
Wales. It is not contemplated that we will be interviewing the Beatles but a
visit to Carnaby Street in London may result in the purchase of some Mod
clothes by our l2-year-old niece. If you're not doing anything Sunday
afternoon, come to the airport and see us off. Northwest flight leaving
Metro at 3:45 PM.
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, July 6, 1969 is "A Child Again" - a
program concerning the problems of a hippie dropout from Michigan who
becomes a drug addict in New York.