Stolen musical instrument, found in a vehicle parked in Manistee


Area residents wishing to help the American Red Cross in its relief efforts due to the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, DC and Pennsylvania can donate to at least two businesses in the area. The Manistee News Advocate and Oldies 101.5 WMTE have placed collection cans in their respective offices. Donations in cash and by check will be accepted.


Case of the missing accordion

City police today announced that they recently recovered the stolen Black Star model accordion from the parked car of Bernard Wisniewski, of Milwaukee, in the early morning hours of September 4. Thanks to the cooperation of the local media, the missing accordion was returned to the police. station and the owner received the missing musical instrument. The car was parked on River Street.

Saint-Joseph inscription

Sister Mary Marcianne of the Felician Sisters, principal of St. Joseph School, reported today that 472 children are in elementary school and 127 students are in secondary classes in St. Joseph this year.


Ball a success

About 300 staunch supporters of Britain as the first line of defense of American freedom ‘danced for victory’ at the Chippewa Hotel last night, the occasion being the gala and the brilliant Victory Ball, sponsored by the Enid Withey Ramsden chapter of Manistee of the British War Relief Society.

Legion Congress

Twenty-eight members of the American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps will depart by tomorrow morning for Milwaukee where they will attend the 23rd American Legion National Convention.

Compiled by Mark Fedder at the Manistee County Historical Museum

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