Carl Zwinck

Ann Arbor City Election, November 1969

Ann Arbor City Election, November 1969
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Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1969
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They Go To Polls Early. Like many Ann Arborites, Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Hunt (left of the table) cast their ballots today on city tax reform. Assisting the Hunts at Burns Park School are election workers (left to right) Mrs. Anthony Forbes, Carl Zwinck and Mrs. Thomas Kenvin.
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Votes Cast At Fieldhouse, June 1969

Votes Cast At Fieldhouse, June 1969
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Ann Arbor News, June 9, 1969
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"This was the scene at Yost Fieldhouse this morning as some early risers cast votes for three candidates in the Ann Arbor Board of Education election and for millage and bonding issues offered by the Ann Arbor School District and Washtenaw School District. Yost Fieldhouse is the voting place for Precinct 23, which includes all of ward 4, Precinct 4, Precinct 7 of the city. For the first time this year, the places of voting for school elections are the same as for city elections. Pictured are (from left) Mrs. Charles L. Howe, Mrs. R. E. Cochran, Mrs. Fay Heldreth and Carl Zwinck,"
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Suitcase Theatre Offering 'These Truths' On Sunday

Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1972


Suitcase Theatre Offering 'These Truths' On Sunday
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Visitor From Tuebingen Tours Parks

Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1965


Visitor From Tuebingen Tours Parks
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Visitor From Tuebingen Tours Parks

Visitor From Tuebingen Tours Parks
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Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1965
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Visitor From Tuebingen Tours Parks - Touring local parks and natural areas on the Huron River are (left to right) Mrs. Douglas Crary, wife of Second Ward Councilman Douglas Crary; George Owers of the Parks Department; First Ward Councilwoman Eunice Burns; Crary; Prof. George Melchers, director of the Max Planck Institute for Biology in Tuebingen, Germany, Ann Arbor's sister city; S. Sheldon Sproull, superintendent of parks; and Carl Zwinck of the local chapter of the People-To-People program. The tour yesterday was designed to compare parks and river problems in Ann Arbor and Tuebingen and to study possible locations for an international garden along the Huron River. Later in the day the group visited Michigan State University.
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British Honduras City To Be "Sister"

Ann Arbor News, July 1, 1967


British Honduras City To Be "Sister"
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Youth Group Wins Praise

Ann Arbor News, July 3, 1967


Youth Group Wins Praise
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Small Scale Visits

Ann Arbor News, February 1, 1968


Small Scale Visits
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City Gains Third "Sister"

Ann Arbor News, February 4, 1969


City Gains Third "Sister"
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New Sister City Has Monkeys, Scenic Charm

Ann Arbor News, February 9, 1969


New Sister City Has Monkeys, Scenic Charm
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