Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on October 16, 1955 · Page 136
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Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan · Page 136

Detroit, Michigan
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Sunday, October 16, 1955
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,i i k tii- mt For space on these pages, phone Kdw;mt Geller, Detroit Free AUVKKTISEMKNT For space on these pages, phone Edward Geller, Detroit Free These Firms Play Essential Press. WO 2900. Press. WO 2-8900, Role in American Industry Z i - i 1 1 If""'"'"'1'"" "' """ '"""""f:"". i. - . ' . - -4 I . : ' i : 1 r iCAXUC! j fCMfMCAl O"- ill COMMHV. ; eonwuiY ! f auf , ci.r i I., it "'' - - Tftrt Mansfield! Detroit, has long been a The Wolverine Diesel Power Co located . "'W -HMdl cipal supplier of engine t'' " coa test facilities and Ls now making .t one of the largest and most modern 'Jf,d n 1938, the company has able to other manufacturers on a rental basis, i,r.a pied its present up-iu-u'c t.... pnn-owns avail-occu- For more than 3n irw iT C.I.rT!XT'V"",r' . ' miiiiiM- ju to. Has been mann- Brvant If R n " .. - . " OHnea y - and D. V. Mryant. t. B. Doetsch is assistant manager. -1 A Guided by a staff with more than 20 years' experience" the" Chapman Products Co. serves the auto LustryTi tt roduc-Uon machining of forging and castings. Handling operations in the plant at 19400 W. 8 Mile is an organizationTf m emp oyes headed by President Harry J Hed trerer" ,S V'Ce PreSldent: G1n S- I- uS 0 SiXKi-II,.,, -i i Fine craftsmanship and dependable service are qualities offered the trade by Mercury Tool & Die Co., Inc. Its skilled, experienced workers produce special machines and automation devices, dies, jigs, fixtures and gages for the automotive, aircraft, appliance and agricultural industries. George Fischer is president of the company and Harold P. Fischer is vice president and general manager. The Mercury plant is at 1600 E. Nine Mile, Ferndale, Mich. Complete pattern service is offered Detroit's automobile industry by the Peerless Pattern Works, which has grown steadily since its organization in November, 1918. The company specializes in wood and metal patterns, dies and machine work, Blanchard grinding and Keller work. Fred C. West is president of the firm; Fred S. West, in the pattern business since 1902, is vice president, and Leonard IS. West is secretary-treasurer. The plant is located at 9455 Grinnell. - The Lincoln Gage Company specializes in ......u.-.... tolerance thread and plain cylindrical ring and plug gages, tolerance in f both steel and lmca- DOtn Siai.uaru -- . - , i,:,:. ,.,.,.. are svnonymous mi ' " and are widely used' by the automotive, home appliance, farm equip-widely usea J lnfWpiM. The skilled, efficient Lincoln mem, suu v , . - organization serves the company's customers from a plant at 23900 Harper Ave., St. Clair Shores, Mich. modern " j WSP .sss:i- r. - , ; i , - and niAin cviiiiurivaxi t " " - i i - I). . DETROIT FREE PRESS ROTO MAGAZINE Sunday, Oct. 18, 1955 0 W 'i . . . ; 'iu facilities for volume Production of Je and also offers its customer, JJJ" Specializes in precision work to , ttr work. (Shown above engineeriuft ---- - rf ht president, ana . .j.,.tii are Sam Wlin piuuuvii Stanley W. King, sales manager.) I ... S . 1 7 I 1 ill t a-;,- in f lilt fir. i r II .l ,AVr IfT-i . . Ill I. ... - -- - 4rn 1 F-il l 1 'I HJUUl Solventol Chemical Products, Inc., originators of the widely used Solventol Di-phase metal cleanser, also are leading designers and builders of specialized mttal-cleaning equipment. One of the recent achievements of its chemical research laboratories and engineering department is a fully automatic spray washer (left) for printed wire circuits for the radio and television industry. The washer removes acid-resistant compound from the circuit area. Solven-tol's general offices and factory are located at 15841 Second Blvd., Detroit. m m 1 1 U fTTI; f - ' i -A ill 1 - El "F:verything for welding" is the slogan of the Welding tias & luiuipment io., tas r. Davison, Detroit. The company is an authorized distributor for the Lincoln Electric Co. and Lin'de Air Products. Its outstanding line of equipment for Detroit area industry includes Oxweld rods, oxygen-actylene, Purox equipment, Prest-O-Lite equipment, Lincoln Electric products, P. & II. electric products electric welding supplies and Wagner electrode holders. mi. l 8.- K 5T 1 ,J ' . I i II ii The efficient :-., ll 1 :?''i"1Ci . ; -"""""--i iraiKraoDiie (illustrated above) has reports successfully RnndinR Ieuree Pressure The gear ' fr m,.sh volute, and has suini" - Master Gears. Angle, full depth I ' n " of thr tooth is .013 ami root instrument industries. ...I. t ""1: ' ' 1 j - jfi '" . J i J- - 4 " '1 The Screw Machine Tool Co. is a pioneer in the manufacture and design t tool holders and slides for automatic screw machines. Its Slitters products, distributed by agents all over the United States and Canada, are widely used by job shops, automobile manufacturers and machine builders. President M. J. Schlitters and his staff hae more than 10 years' experience in the field. Both standard and special parts are produced at the plant at 17565 Swift, Detroit. Sunday, Oct. 16, 1955 DETROIT FREE PRESS ROTO MAGAZINE 1 5

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