Views
5 years ago

Z)~g~ fJN EASY TERM - Local History Archives

Z)~g~ fJN EASY TERM - Local History Archives

Z)~g~ fJN EASY TERM - Local History

.COMPLETE o.a, .. IEVIEW GiT.. YOG Co ., ALL HOIINe ia Groue P A Gratiot Twpa. , • I ------------ --------------------------------- , ------------------------------------------------ POINTE ,PARAORAPHS Oar 8F THE POINTER COIlltallt cOlltentioll that tbil Uta II alwaYI UI danger lJf being 110mb« by enemy planu ia ably riaclici'ted this w"k in the MIchigan • • • • • • Kiwanis Cluh Initiates Poll on Park Possihil7"tyfor ~ ([~t ~rO~~t tpoinft l1ltUicw , • • • • • • • • • ~~~~~~~j.~~~~#.~~1 ....b, does tbe UDlted Slates gov- 1 .. _ F r r n • " do CUhAJII' "f L,mo P..-u prellde", of RotArY Inl.rnat,onal, who ha. .ent l're"t,nr. I. ti14 liJrd DIIlnct Connnboa. Ja"..,. .. K W.llnnl .1 .are pr ....' doni III Groll. Po.ntr FArm. wh& II 10 de!, ..... PAn.Am.rlun Day "...k&"''''1 ad tI r •• I on Sunday. • • At." E M_rr of Wayn. M.ch Ifo..rm", "I Ih. ISJrd d .. tnc' "f R !>tAry In'.mAho"Al, who w,II pre.~. a' "u•.neu .eO"On. hen. • • • • • • WELCOME • • \\ • I h I • II .., \\ I'" I (' C (' ~ (' 1 I l co I (' \\ 1 I ......;1 I )P )(),,"'d I I Pomte MunICIpal Officials Dine .t Sn.rine Wednesday \\ t Tl ( " " • • 11 ,', "I i (" t:"", nr'" nt( I ... '"'I ! C I (,-..,,,,,,... t"0n" m n ~A '1('~C;;1 Dr RoboTt K 0 Nr,I orer.tory of tho Gro ... P,,,ntr ROIAry dub ...-he tl ff'n",ral IKretary ,,1 ar rafl.elfte1'lta for t h. c:on.entlon Il •rm ...11 01 t (' .1 \ _ :l' I • The Gross~ Pointe high SChool 'a cappella chOIr, under tbe dtrection of \VIlllam J. "'atklns, WIll be the chief attraction at the next sendoff parh staged by the Home Front commutee \\ ednesday mommg. April 1ln i611 A"'11 Village M-Q-R ..t LOCAL CIRCUL~TION LOCAL ADVERTISING LOCAL NEWSMA TIER -------------- -------------- ---------- --- ---------------------- ------- VOL. 19-No. 3S CIRCULATION PAID MONTHLY GROSSE POINTE PARK, mCHIGAN. THL'RSDAY, APRIL 8, 1943 BY CARRIER lOe A MONTH Rotary Convention Opens Here Sunday A · D V I t N d d clIment '0 to such len,th to bUild P ::: ;::;r:o::a~~: ;fO:e~O:hc:r:., ap- merlcan ay 0 un eers ee e ~::d~:;d:~;?;I~h~n~:::::;::: Sunday Highlight of Serv.lceAbove Self in Gigantic Drive Few mow that today, a civilian Convention of 600 ....(\fV'1 .... For 2nd War Loan =~~S~h;:~~~ .ce:'" 'U tI~tt:I,..L .iH.r~hIn toe .icy I --------------- 'V .....- V "Tral'ellllg ol'er the northern Clr. Some six hundred, members of Robert K, O'Keil IS general confer. .de route. Nui planes could reach Rotary dubs in the 153rd district of ence Jeuetary, ASSl5tillll Mr, \\'atthe wilds of Hudson Ba~ aald thence Rotary International \'1111 descend kins as co-chairmen are Richard rriIr.e at the Soo locks," says the upon Grosse POinte SunudY for a Maxon and Ralph Henderson. a.t'k:hican Iltrror, ''The distance? d h h t\lO- ay district conference Wit t e P ... A_rico Da, 0..1,. a few thousand mdes from G I h 'f.. rOl5se Pomte c ub acting as ost Highlight of lhe convention Will bOllle bues in Korway • Rotarians from southeastern Mlchl- be the local club's third annual obat "our "lobe. United States In- a 11 d .. gan and \I estern ntar,o WI aUen servance of Pan. "merican Day to tor planes would try to dn ert h f Th C CI b f t C con erence e ountry u 0 bc held Sunday eHnmg. preceded them before they reached the Vital DetrOIt will be headquarters, by a reception at 5 pm, honormg canal locks. 1£ the IDterceptors suc. \" II J ,.. k d f 'f I lam .f at IDS, presl ent 0 IIAlex Moore, Rotary district govceeded, tbe Nazi bombers "'ould the local club IS general chairman, ernor, of \\ ayne, followed With a haTe tous of eompressed hell ready Dr. La ...renee Duns"orth heilds the buffet supper at SIlt. to ulllea.sb upoo any MichIgan war d D cater. Bombl would be drOllPed,jelltertillDD"ent commIttee an r The Piln.Amencan program, In _e would bil their targets, Others P' R CI b charge of VlDcent R, DcPetris will would fall upon bomes In reSidential Otnte Otary U get under ",ay at 7 pm, WIth ]amCJ _trieu, nearby." Elects Offl.cers., K. WatkinS, ne"ly elected "Illaae Wb, Jhoaldn't Nazldom want to lIoeIb the SoD. Few know that more Take Office July 1 presldent dellvermg of Grosse POlDte Farms, the address of \lelcome ..... oes through the locks at Mr. WatkIns IS chalTlnan of Pan- 5a.n St.e. Mane ill a year than goes .':'.olI.M-1..l. ......... ute P anama an d S uez ca- Richard Maxon was elected pres i- dent of the Grosse Pointe Rotary Amencan relallons for the hOlt club Consular representatl\'es of seven 11&11 comblnm Alld, e"eryone knows club Monday noon at the annual Latin-AmeTlCan nations and a corjJs what lIizId of tounage is gOing thru electlOn of off,cers meting, succeed. of enterlalners will be guests of ~~ iiffei;CUllS, fdI, to'sUpply hnndreds tanks, bulof Import- Ing \V,lllam of mum m J. \Vatkml, supen lSor Grosse POinte schools honor ment and Hon. assist In the entertaln- LOUIS James Rosellbtrg, _ 1r.U' plants, j Ralpb Henderson was selcted as consul for Panama, \\ III dell\ er the .,. ..)'be the best brains of the U S \lce-president. (Continued on Page 6) ~1. Navy .n.d au corp~t plus the R~...elected treasure. for the St(- • -. --------- .. era! suff itself, don't know tbm and year 1\'as Henry Horn and Dr I Minute Man FIa2s as iJaAaCSI. i'~rna~~ ";:ul~:~ar;; {:: ,:c~:::~i1 f:r t::ie!~t~~t1~o;: IA.warded to Three I " > , • es ~(~c~~ r;~~ ..ere .electea. EIenIeuary. ~ ProPQSllsPass as IncUlllb8t&Are Returned Need fot, Savmg _ MId ill maiDtaJniDl' b'CaVYIft- They are: Lows DeHayts, Frlne!1 -- to Offiee in Grosse Pointe TowJLWp Tin Growifta lfore ti--aircraft forces on both Ildes of Palmer and ErneJt Provo. All new The Treasury department'l Min- aCft ~ Sllllt Ste. Marie locks, III pre- oilcen a~sume their duties on JUIYI ute ~1Jl I1ag-.a\II";r,r~ for ,y.tea.tic itDih t01llnship and state proPOl-IDangerous Deserter Acute Daily dica~ed 011 the s,.....llicant behcf that I. purCl1ase of war saYmgs stamps and I ' ...- als \I ere gil en substantlill malori- the enemy WILL try to drop bombs -----~---- bonds has been offiCially g1\ ..n to t II h d d f Ca to ed b G A mlilton and a half men O\erleaS AWVS W Sa . h Gr P I It. as a lOcum ent can , ates or pry rosse oa IlIC!lI8aD 1011some lime between ar vmgs tree osse olllte e ementary If G P h and e\l!:r) one of them must be fed thll' --.nt and the end of t"e schools. namely MaIre, Trombly and 0 Ice 10 rosse oIDte towns Ip P . t ' ~~ " D artm Se t Sa] were returned In the election held 010 e s rgeant Accordmg to ~ell Blondell, chalr- .. a.r," uys the pr~u release ep en es Kerby schools. here Monday man of lile area, till can salvage com- Franklr. we hope that they are E. . G th EligIbilIty for the _ward is based The to\\ nsh,p \ ote \las nearl) A four-lime deserter from the mlllee, a substantIal amount of the'r W1m11, but ",e are greatly Impressed nJoymg row upon a 90 per cent parhclpallon on triple that of I"sl )tar, largel\' due I t:D1ted States "rm)', a notonO'1< food IS shipped 10 IIn cans _ \Cge- Wlth lhell' IOfIC, and tbc foregomg the part of bOlh faculty and Itudents to the fact that local and state I crlmmal and fedral prl

Poin::f:i~,,~~parklesAs -Drive Nears - Local History Archives
9/11 becomes annual memorial in '2002 - Local History Archives
Study Group Picks W M · I - Local History Archives
War Memorial's Daniel Clem - Local History Archives
Oross~ .Pointe, ~ew's - Local History Archives
See Page 3 toriesand Pictures of Junior League's - Local History ...
I O. ,, · '. AgaInst SIze - Local History Archives
uyers an e erssays Doctor - Local History Archives
WO rmy vet~rans ue rosse rOlnte ltY,Wants - Local History Archives
summer long, we've been "rais- ing the roof" - Local History Archives
Woods Residents Solo~s - Local History Archives
fY' Felix Francou Beauty Salon - Local History Archives
I Grosse Pointe News - Local History Archives
DriverHitsFive Events - Local History Archives
Kerby Students, at By Catholics ... - Local History Archives