Charles Funston on Grosse Ile school board. 1 Dec 1907. Detroit Free Press.
ATCHES0N CAUSES TANGLE Courts May Hove to Settle Crosse , Isle's School Trouble. Telf.H sehnrit hnn.rrl ic In a tangle. Last Juno George W. Ateheson was elected director and nc., ?An.A lima -i -i trr lie, fFill1 a mass meeting for tlte purpose of dlSCUSStng a nnw iu.uwu senuui- senuui- house. Nothing was accomplished, and the meeting was adjourned. Considerable opposition to the idea developed and opponents de- de- j .1. It Al-nliAL-m, Al-nliAL-m, Al-nliAL-m, Al-nliAL-m, Al-nliAL-m, Ho A i r authority either to sit on the school board or to call a meeting, because he was not a. ta..jayer 111 uie uis-trict. uis-trict. uis-trict. The Atcheson's are said to be weaitny.anu nave uunt a apieu-did apieu-did apieu-did home on the island. -. -. Mr Ateheson declares that he is a Joint owner of the property with his mother, but as he does not pay taxes. Treasurer Charles Funston refused to honor the warrants signed bv Ateheson. To-smooth To-smooth To-smooth out monev matters so the teachers could get their pay. Dr. Dacld Inglis has been elected temporary director. Treasurer Funston has honored the warrants signed by Dr. Inglis. It is probable that the courts will have to settle the auestion of Atcheson's eligibility. .