Vol.3 No.40 Oct.22, 1969 Grace Potts, Editor
Our appeal for news from some of our seldom-seen Keener family bore fruit
last week. Mrs. Russ Betz called your editor to report that she and Russ are
our newest grandparents, their son's little boy being their first
The World Series is now part of history and some of the gang profited by it
via participation in the baseball pool. Mr. Patterson was especially lucky,
either winning the entire pot or sharing with someone - not once, or twice,
but three times! In order to quell any rumors of it being fixed, he brought
in several boxes of goodies for the staff - all the things that add unneeded
Your editor has received a letter from former KeeNeRite Gary Kolasa who is
now in Japan, touring the country, visiting some temples and eating
sukiyaki. The letter is posted on the bulletin board if you'd like his
address to send him a note.
Last Sunday night Sean Conrad MC'd a concert at Fitzgerald High School in
Warren to raise funds for the Dawn Tice Memorial Fund. Dawn was a victim of
cancer and this concert was a project started by her mother to further
research into this deadly disease. Former KeeNeRite Oje Chokreff also helped
by obtaining the talent for the show.
Paul Cannon leaves for New
Orleans tomorrow to attend the National Convention of ALSAC.
Among other things, WKNR and Russ Gibb make TIME magazine this week re the
McCartney story. And then, there are letters like this one you will enjoy:
"I caught the beginning of this on Focus on Friday then saw the story break
in the paper. I listened for the last two hours and naturally I'm like
everyone else I suppose torn between the possibilities of there having been
an accident and that he was injured. However, I was more convinced that it
was a gigantic hoax, with lots of macabre symbolism around.. If you have an
idea that this is one more below-3D person, I'm sorry to disillusion you but
I'm 68 and I'm very interested in the entire modern scene. I think this
entire thing has been delightful, really. Everyone loves mysteries, puzzles,
conundrums - they were, as you have been - just appealing to the questing
child in all of us. Thank you for an eerie, Gothic tale two hours.
(Signed) ." "Eleanor M. Moon."
Bird and small game hunting season opened last Monday and Tom Neal has not
only been skeet shooting to sharpen his aim, but also has brought down a few
trophies. and he says he cleans and cooks them .
Last Saturday was Sweetest Day and Al Morgan was seen Monday wearing a
"Super Lover" button presented to him by his wife.
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, October 26, 1969 is a special hour-long
show featuring the Austin-Gribbs debate- as Detroit's mayoral candidates
appeared before the Economic Club .