Vol.3 No.45 Nov.26, 1969 Grace Potts, Editor
Not much news to report this week. Everybody's getting ready for the BIG
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson were among the Dearbornites who attended the formal
dedication ceremonies for the new Henry Ford Library on Tuesday, November
25. Of course, WKNR News was there in person of Phil Nye.
Tuesday was also the birthday of two of the Keener Kids, Jack Davidson and
Ann Mitchell. Jack was surprised by the gang when he walked into the lounge
about 11:00 o'clock. He was even a good sport about cutting a few slices of
his cake to pass around. Annie received similar treatment in the afternoon.
Never underestimate the intuition of a woman. Carole Wiedeman bet Phil Nye
$5.00 that Michigan would beat Phil's Alma Mater Ohio state (everybody
thought it was an impossible chance she was taking) but you all know who won
and who now has an extra $5.00! This is twice she's done this to you, isn't
Ron Sherwood's talk show on Channel 62 makes its debut this coming Saturday
night at 8:30.
Paul Cannon went to Crestwood High School in Dearborn Heights on Monday,
November 24, to speak before an all-boys group known as the Kiwanis Key
WKNR, in association with Triangle Theatrical Productions, will present
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young at Masonic Auditorium on December 14th at 7:30
Promotion for our new "Merry Christmas" contest started last Friday.
Listeners send in a postcard on which is listed the name, address and
telephone number of someone to whom the sender wants WKNR to wish a Merry
Christmas. Names are selected at random and the person to whom a Merry
Christmas is wished has 13 minutes to call the station and identify himself.
He (or she) then receives a Panasonic pocket radio as a Christmas gift from
Keener. Then. all listeners who submitted the original cards are eligible
for a grand prize of a Philco portable color television set which will be
awarded on December 23rd. The grand prize winner will be selected from a
random drawing of all the entries.
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, November 30, 1969 is "The Youth
Rebellion: A View From Inside." Dr. J. Donald Phillips, President of
Hillsdale College, refutes the generation gap and current campus dissents.