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Study Group Picks W M · I - Local History Archives

Study Group Picks W M · I - Local History Archives

Study Group Picks W M · I - Local History

COMPLETE m~(~i!5ro~~tJPointt Oftl~ Th. REVIEW Cim You Cov.rlle of ALL Homes in Crosse Pointe (, Cr.hot Twps. 0,-------- __ 0 • • • • • • mtuitw ~~.:f~ ~~ Gro••• Point.'. FIRST New,paper ~:--::-::-~-=- '''P',;.~" 'to" • P OliTE ARAGRAPHS --- by 1lI. Poilter --- Mr. and Mrs. Edward A Vogt, 687 Um\rerslty Place, have re~ ceived a newspaper picture of their son Dr. E, G. Vogt, Ph. D., showmg him with his Wlfe and llttle daughters Sally and Sue camping in a tent on the campus of Washington State College at Pullman, Wuh. ',".lhen Dr. Vogt arrived at the college, where he is professor Qf chemical engineenng, he could tin:! no housmg fDr hlS famllyso, he took to the tent. Three days later the family WILligiven accomodaUon In a college dor~ mltory pending completlon of their new pre-fabncated home. A graduate of Grosse Polnte High School in 1926, Dr. Vogt completed his educatJon'at Univemty of Michigan . Policemen in the cIty aren't the only ones who have been pamtmg recently . • • new par. allel parkmg lines. . . an expert bt.ack on white job on the Grosse Pomte Congregational Church sign, Kercheval and Cadieux, wa.s executed by none other than Rev. Charles W Scheid, pastor of the church • • • Speaking of the new parallel parkmg in the City business distI'lct, many motorists have exc1a.lm«l, "the street seems twice as wide." Certalnly ml1Ve. ment of traffic throUgh the mne has been greatlY facihtated, espeelllolly at the five to SUt o'cloc'k heavy trafflc hour. • • • Two dlstinctly different long. to-be.felt &hortages are bound to develop fro m Truman's '1'bere'. plenty Of meat" alta- ibtl\ down aDd meat ~UDter.s go bare. You'll be wearing your shoes longer, too. for the current supply of hIdes is negllgible as packers faU tD be able to .slaughter. " CIRCULATION PAID MONh~" ,,-'1). GROSSEPOINTE PARK 30, MICHI~, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1946 '~' Varied are the means of transportation b r i n gin g Grosse Pointe High pupIls to school on time. At the left Ray Schumann of 1434 Balfour finds his motor scooter gets him to his 12A classes. Study Group Picks C~ef Stresses W M · I FIre-Safety are morIa ...Construdioll , ,;;,. r.!';( Uab ". Chief Rector taIIIt 'l"-, -.;.. - -. .eauUoned property 0WDer'lI .. 1 I Tinal pJaUIi lla\e been completed (f>t tile operati'OJl of. tsUma&ec:l 500" people were oue The Permanent War Memorial Study Group of Grosse Orosae Pointe Park, who plan to veterans' Institute by the Grosse Pointe &ard of Educa- there between 10 a.m. &Dd.4 p.m. Pointe announces with lSfeat pleasure the names of the remodel theIr homes, to UBe tioD. Evening classes 7 :00 to 10:00 P.M. will begin next loolcng around. three winners of the contest for the best suggestion for fire-reSIStant mat e ria J s and week. in the high school building. Success of Its park campaign t . I sound flre.safe constructIOn. . 'bl . . d P bl' A t i >Ad t th Le a permanen war memOria. "Gro------------ ... I:» solved WIth the arrest of two Honorable mention should be fire. ThIS IS partIcUlarly true I Peterson sald. clety W11lpresent Colonel Harold costs of $10 when he was found Grosse Pomte cIty youths. An- made of Dr Alfred H Whlttak- These are the dog days for of the roof which IS vulnerable I VeU!rans who plan to take IWeber, Royal Oak, as guest gUilty of leavmg the scene of Total 305 Total 338 other lad, reSIdent of the Park er's very extensive S'udy where. Grosse Pomte Farms Police to sparks unless It 1S construct. I work in the Institute should: speaker on Thursday ,evenmg, an aCCident ,J/ihen he appeared The Vote by precinct on propwas later implIcated In the h ll. library mcor.1 Twice dunng the past week the ed of asphalt shingles, or SImIlar oompkte thell' regIStration pre- October 3rd at 8 00 0 clock at before JustIce Leslie P. Young OSItIon No. 2 to fmance sewer theUs. In e proposes t De 'offlcers have been notified of fll'e.reslstant materlais. I vlous to the first meetmg of The Neighborhood Club 17145 III Grosse Pomte City court. Improvements was'" poratmg several commUni y n. boys haVing been bLtten by dogs "Intenor flre.stops at the their c1aasses RegistratIon can I Waterloo at St. Clair, City of He was placed on probatIon Precinct 22 Precinct %3 Iml.lal announcement of the eflts such as a health depa:t The vlctlms were Joseph Muer, floor and ft'aU mtersections, ma I be completed WIth Mr. Peter. Grosse Pomte until damages n'ere paid on the Yes 238 Yes 271 program for the 1945-46 lecture ment, a meetmg room, SUlta e 10, of 255 Kenwood road and n 41 f th h h n No 26 No 30 season at the High School was war memonal, etc. Jack Goodman, 16, of 1858 sonry partItIOns for basement son ill room 1 a e Ig Col Weber Will dlSCUSB"War. cars he strUCk. 5 receIved WIth enthUSiasm by MentIon should also be made Country Club Drive furnace rooms With flre.reslStlve I school bUIlding at any of the tIme Gardemng Overseas" based SImmons' car colll:led WIth Spolled 3 .spolled reSIdents of thlS area. of Ule splendid sketches and Police warned the owners to ceilmg construction above, and I followmg times' on observatIOns gamed" hI Ie on Ione dnven by Hugh E Symons T t 1 267 Total 306 Cupid's, one of the younger study submitted by veteran F C keep the dogs tIed for 10 days proper insulation to lessen the Oct. 3-7 00. 9 00 pm. active servIce With the United 430 McKmley Road: Grosse'l 0 a h ts F d Jr of 1032 BIShop Road, __ ~__ chance of furnaces overheatmg Oct. 4--9 ()o'l1 00 am: States Army. PolOte Farms, and then mto a Precinct 25 PreeiDct 26 ~~~k-:~ ~:ru~~~lat~::-~~e c~~ a~~ocatl~g a recreatlonal cen. Y tb Fm.ed dunng penods of extreme cold I I 00- 4 00 pm; Durmg three :rears stationed second car owned by Mary Kre- IYes 279 Yes 309 mg hour ordmance ter WIth bUlldmg, eight tenms I OU S are other protectIve measures 7 00- 9 00 pm. In England and Wales the speak. mm of 503 St Clair, on Kerche- No 24 No 23 The proposed trafflc SIgnal for ts and other relatcd facIlI, that should be kept In mmd by oct 5-9 00 11 00 a m. I er had a chance to study first val, bet\\ een St. ClaIr and Neff SpOlled 2 Spoiled 6 CadIeux and Jefferson was de- ~~~r , F B k the property owner planmng to . 00 11 00' h and hortIcultural condltlons I on Sept. 12. ('reed unnecessary by local and I Judgmg or

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