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THE DETROIT FREE PRE88- FRIDAT. JULY HIT OBITUARY Hre. Florence M. Sckulti Vrvires rr Mr RtkuiU at 1 a. m Frviay at the H f&ianrl Pun Masonic Ten pie is iliaifi of U Itv. Ra'ra F Ciffett pastor ff tt H ft.. snd Psrk iWfrrf auone! Oiunft Man? srrvu in rharrt rrk Coi-.r.triiaji Our" Ho 401, Order of i-tstera ttr. of hua Mrs Ktbui'.t a past matron Bunai at Ieter. Mk Mr. SrfculU u I siurse. fh as bora S-rf t. ZZ 1S u Ana Arbor and bad lived u Itroit If yaar fh wa injured la aa automobile arojert jtin a at Plymouth Road and Hajfertjr H t fern r. and died IWUJ at Henry Ford Hnapital. Mi JvrhulUt Ikoma wa at IT 5 Pmi A. H.fhland Tark .h was rufh fneaien r-f H.;hland Park Shnne "So. JS hit fehnne ot Jerusalem. Tfcree aistera and a brother survive. They are Mr T O Meu-ler her of let rrut, and Mr rWrt Heno. Mr Mildred Maraey and Herlejr i. Bell. aU of Ana Art. Robert Dyer, Jr. Kitwinninf lVft. F. 4 A M. nil re in hara of servire ("f Mr. Dyer at 1 p m Saturnar at th Helps. C IWall Funeral H-we 1117 Grand River A Burial nil be tn t or eel Un Cemetery Mr. I'yer. a time eieti m downtown department atme for many year and mnt reem!y employed by the J. I Hi") . died ta Providence MnepitaL H had keen Ul for aev-Oral month Born tn tiondot. Ont . May 7. 1M. he waa hrntigM to fvtmit a a child. Hi home waa at 3041 W. Roe ton Blvd. Mr. Pyer wa a member of tmmanuel 1'rear.vterisn Churrh Ha leave his wif. Ea-tell Glenn: a aiater. Mr John Hanrork. of Grand Rapid, and two brothers, John and William, of Detroit. Mrs. Anna Beating Service for Mr. Bensinf at 10 a. m. Friday at Ft. Benedict Catholic Churrh, Church and John ft 8ts., Highland Park, after prayer at the home. BIT W. Oolrten Gat Ave., where Mr. Benzine died Tuesday. Burial In Ml. Elliott Cemetery. Mr. Renting, a lifelong resident of Detroit, was born May e. IMt. fth attended the old fit Mary's Academy downtown. Bur-wiving ar her husband Theodore; . son Russell; a daughter. Mrs Hse riot; a grandson. Richard Theodora riots, and three iter, Mr. Mary Noser k, Mr Peter Pewell and Mrs. William G. Burton. Mrs. Anna Mellette Service at 2 p. m. Frldsy for Mr. Malletta at the R. G. A G. R. Hsrrt Funeral Home, 42M Caas Av. Burial In W'oodiawn Cemetery. Mrs. Msllett wss born 43 years ago In Germany and had lived tn Detroit since h wss 11 yesrs old. She died Wednesday st home, 1519 Tyler Av. Her hus-band. Archie, and two children, Lois and Frederick, survive. Mrs. Eliia Grant Mrs. Grant, at on time a tescher In Traverse City where ah had lived for 35 year before coming to Detroit tn 127, died Thursday after a fall in the home, 4404 Bedford Road. Service st T p. m. Frldsy at the Schneider-VanDewegh Funeral Home. 19799 E. Warren Ave. Burial In Travers City. Mrs. Grant wss bom In Shakespeare. Ont., March Id, 1M. She wss the widow of William F. Grant. Surviving are a son. Harold M. Grant, and two daughters, former Detroit teacher, Mr. Dorothy Yeager nd Mrs. Raymond (Miriam, Dryer, of PoyneUe, Wis. Mrs. Julie B. Warren The second oldest grsdust of the old Centsal High School, a member of the clsss of 18M. Mrs. Warren died Wednesday at the summer home of her eon, Cyrus B. Wsrreo. at The Fists, where th fsmily rias had a summer place for 45 years. She ws 75 years old and a lifelong resident of De troit. Mrs. Wsrren lived with her eon at 2P20 Helen Ave. She wss the widow of William H. Wsrren. Services st 2 p. m. Friday st the 3a men B. McNally Funeral Home, f04 E. Grand Blvd. Burial In Woodmere Cemetery. Besides her son, Mrs. Warren is survived by two crandchildren, Bnice snd Taula Warren: a sister, Mrs. Lucy A. Metzner, and a brother, John C. Metzner. Mrs. Julia Snay Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Snay will be held at 10 a. m. Ssturriay at St. Tsuls Catholic Church, 157 I-ake Shore Road. Grosse Pointe Farms, after prayers st the J. A. 1 Santis Funeral Home. 2670 Chalmers Ave. at 9:15. Burial Will be in ML Elliott Cemetery. Mrs. Snay died Wednesday at ber home. 101 Oak St., Grosse rointe Farms, where she had lived all her 53 years. Her family were early residents there and Defer Road is said to have been named for her father, the late Joseph Defer. She is survived by her husband Joseph and two sons, Raymond and Ralph Defer. Mrs. Lilly Elizabeth Egan Mrs. Egan, the widow of Fit William Egan. died Thursday at her summer home at willow Beach, Amheratburg. Ont. Her home was in Pleasant Ridge. She was born In London, Ont., May 24. 1S62. Maurice L Kempthorn, a Christian Science reader, will conduct the service at 2 p. m. Saturday at the William R. Hamilton Co. Chapel, 3B75 Cass Ave. Burial will be In Rose land Park Cemetery. Mrs. Ersn is survived by five children. C Frank, Miss Lillian. Miss Minerva, Mrs. Wsldo F. Moore and Mrs. F. E. Craig, all of UetroiL Train Kills Four on Vacation VA'J'ARAISO, Ind., July 1 Luggage indicated that four crash victims, killed tonight by a train, were on a vacation trip to Grand Haven. Mirh. They were George A. Eu"klcy, 45 years old. of St Louis, nd three unidentified women. Theij car waa struck by the east-bound Broadway Limited. Mistake Cited on Labor Bill Bargaining Clause Is Missed in Rush By James M. Haswell LANSING. July 1 Tha official copy of the labor-re la Uons act pasted amid tha confusion and bustle of adjournment night a week ago disclosed Thursday that th House proposal to giv majort-tiea of employees th power to bargain collectively for all had beea retained. The Senat propoaal had beea to preaerv th rights of minorities 1 y empomenng the Labor Relations Hoard to reropiirs different groups which might exist. It ass reported by member of the ronferent committee that the &east proposal had beea retained ui tha conference draft, which be-rme the official set. Sine the b.U waa not resd when It wa put before the Benat for pssaage. the error was not diacovered until Tnuriy. Teat ef the rWtloa Her la the language of th bill that was pa seed . "Representative designated, or elected, fr th purpose of collec tive bargaining by th matonty of the employee in a unit appro- pnate for euro. purpiaes, shall be the earluav represent stives of sll employee la mtck unit for the purposes of collectiv bargaining is reapert ta rstes of pay. wagea. noun of employment, or other con ditions of employment: Provided, that her no repreeentative have been designated ss exclusive rep-reaentstives of sll the employee ss provided tn this sec tion, the employer shsll have th duty tn bargain collectively and to discuss grievances with repreaentstlves of hi employees for and In behalf of the employees they actually represent. The board shsll decide In esch esse whether. In order to effectu ate the policie of thi set. th unit spproprist for th purposes of collective bargaining shsll b the employer unit, crsft unit, plsnt unit, or other unit, except In rases whers the board believes that th policies of this art will be better promoted by not acting." Can Choose F.lther Way A careful reading of the section hows thst th isbor Relationa Board Is empowered to choose either course recognize the ma )orlty group as exclusive bargain Ing agents for all, or recognize the existence of a serious division In the ranks of a group of employees ny rerusing to designate th m Jortty as th official sgency. In this respect the law does not go to the majonty-rul ex treme of the Federal Wagner Act, but neither doe It give minority group complet assurance that their rights and wishes will be re spected. Murphy Opens PersonalDrive for Merit Plan ffmm rfct Pttf rM laa) LANSINGS. July 1 flov. Murphy began a campaign Thursday to break the deadlock on the Civil Service Bill when th legislature meets for Its final session July 29. He announced that special letters would be sent to each legislator, aaking him to return for that day, and ssid he might possibly follow these up with a special message emphasiiing the importance of the subject. Th Governor also will ask the legislators to break their deadlock on the Unemployment Compensation Bill when they meet. A controversy over the membership of th Unemployment Compensation Commission csused the Senste to defeat the conference report on this bill In th final hour of the esaion. The Governor indicated plainly that he proposes to carry through a vigoroua fight for civil service. He faces a hard Job, however, in persuading reluctant legislators to come back to vote on a measure which three-fourths of them do not like. City's Advantages for Negroes Cited Urban League Head Addresses Group John C. Pancy, secretary of Detroit's Urban League, addressed the industrial problems section of the conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Ebenezer A. M. E. Church Thursday. He called attention to the many advantages to be found for Negroes In a great industrial center. Th passage of the'civtl-righta bill at the last session of the Legislature was called the greatest contribution to Negro progress ever made by Michigan In an address by Senator Charle C. Dlggs, of Detroit The education section was addressed by Thurgood Marshall. J. E. Spingarn, donor of the Spingarn medal for outstanding achievement by an American Negro, and national preaident of the N. A. A. C P., addreased the night meeting. Other speakers Thursday were Charles H. Houston, leading figure in court actions taken by the as sociation'; C. A. Hansherry. of Chicsgo: Gertrude B. Stone, of Wsshington, and Sidney R, Redmond, of St. Louis. Amendment Hearing Set A hearing on a proposed amendment to the City ordinance regulating the sale of mests was set Thurdsy by the Common Council for July 15. The amendment would prohibit the tale of meat and poultry from vehicle. State Bar to Hold Election in Wayne LANSING. July 1 The State Bar of Michigan announced Thursday that an election would be fceid t select to Wayne County district commissioners for terms beginning Nov. 1. Ballots wUl be mailed te all Wayne County lawyers July 20. Returns must be In Sept. 1. Miles H. Know lea, a present commissioner, is a candidate. Oacar C. Hull, the other commissioner, will retire Th following mea have beea nominated: Leo I. Franklin. Thomas 8. Donnelly. Harry H Plstt, Edwsrd B. Bens-coe and Samuel S. Willis. Model Plane Meet Gets 500 Entries Radio Control Is One of Experiments To win a trophy tn the tenth mual model airplane meet to be held at th Wayne County Airport July 7 to 12 la the goal of 500 North American boy who ar tuning up the motor of their models and otherwise getting ready to participate In th contest. This yesrs meet Is expected to be one of th largest ever held. On of th features will be radio- con trolled models. Details of this event are being worked out by Junior aviation and radio engineers On of the most sought after of many trophic and awsrds will be th Roberts trophy, which will go to the contestant whose model show th grestest advance In de sign. Flier of surh specialized types as multimotor, radio-con trolled and autogiro models will com pet for It. ThetaPMAlpha Closes Sessions Sorority Is Blessed by Pope Pius Luncheon Thursday cloaed the thirteenth yearly convention of Theta Phi Alpha, national Catholic ororlty, which ha been In r-sion at the Detrnit-Leland Hotel ainre Monday. Featuring this year's seasion was th bestowal of the blessing of Pone Plus XI, announced in a cablegram read by the Rt Rev. Magr. John M. Doyle, adminiatra-tor of the Catholic Diocese of De-tn t. More than 125 members from 18 rhaptera of the aoronty Joined In honoring three of the four founders now living. The trio Include Miss Mildred M. Connely, of 700 Seward Ave.; Miss Selma Gildav. of Monroe, and Un William a 11 I h r I n fi Toledo. They aided In eatabliahlng the sorority 25 yeara ago while at th University of Michigan. The Guard of Honor, top award of the aororily, was given to Mr. Paul P, Lothers, of Cincinnati; Miss Anna Rose Kimpel, of Wssh-lnslon; Mrs. A. R. Wstkins, of Chicago; Mia Irene M. Doyle, of Nashville, and Misa Dorothy Stephena, of Cincinnati. Franked Mail to Be Used in U.A.W. Drive on Ford The United Automobile Worker aaid Thursdsy that 10.000 copies or a speech by Rep. Maury Maverick, Texas Democrat, at a mass meeting June 5 were being prepared for mailing to Ford employees in franked congressional envelopes from Detroit union headquarters. The sddress waa printed in the Congressional Record, the union said, and Maverick supplied the envelopes for its distribution. U. A. W. leaden said that they hoped that the envelope would assure delivery of copies of the speech to Ford executives, fore men and lesser employees. The printed address I stamped, "Not Printed at Government Expense.' Boy Killed by Automobile Believed Detroiter's Son The Sheriff office in Monti cello, Ind.. haa asked police to try to locate R. J. Metzinger, believed to be living in Detroit or Royal Oak. Two boya. believed to be brothers, were at ruck by an automobile late Thursday at Monti-cello. The elder waa killed snd the younger. Robert Metiinger. 14 years old, is in a hospital. The Sheriff's office believes that R. J. Metzinger is their father. Battle Creek Association Permitted to Reorganize Validity of a motion for reorgan-iation of the Michigan Sanatorium snd Benevolent Association of Battle Creek under Section 77-B of the Federal Bankruptcy Act was sustained Thursday by Federal Judge Arthur J. Tuttle. The mo tion had been challenged by a group interested in continuing th receivership now In force. The group was given until July 26 to file a plea or an answer. . First Husband of Wallie Freejto Marry Detroiter SAN DIEGO, July 1 (A. P.) Commander Earl Wtnfield Spencer, U. 8. N.. first husband of the Duchess of Windsor, wss granted a final decree of divorce today from his second wife, Mr. Mariam J. Spencer. Commander Spencer and Mrs. Norman Reese Johnson, wealthy Detroit widow, are to be married aboard the U. 8. 8. Ranger July 4. Rubinoff'i Daughter Finds Husband in Hunt for Job PITTSBURGH. July 1 ( A. P.) Ruby Rubinoff. daughter of Dave Rubinoff, the violinist, found a husband it. a dance band audition, although she f't gt a Job. Miss Rubinoff announced her engagement today to Robert Clay-man, night-club orchestra leader. They met last January when Miss Rubinoff appeared for an audition with Paymaa'i band. Schools Delay Housing Plans Will Await Finish of Low-Rent Project If an extension of time can be obtained from PWA authonUes. th Board of Education 111 not apply for more funds to finance construction of additional school facilities in th Prkide Housing Project area until the low-rent project is completed. This decision waa reached Thursday by th board after It waa Informed that a aurvey showed adequate sc hool pac In the Hosmer snd Hamilton Schools for th estimated number of children that will live in the new buildings. Mrs. Josephine Com on, secretary of th Detroit Housing Commission, told the board that there would be 2,349 rooma In the 7b5 apartments of the project and that ah believed that they would attract familiea with children be- caue most of the spsrtments were designed for three-bedroom familiea She estimated thst the rent would average about a room and that the resumption of construction would begin next week. Th completion dat has been set for next spring. Thst th project finally will be completed waa assured by W. A. Csrmsn, of th PWA. who said that he had been so Informed by Msj. I. D. Brent, State PWA director. The addition to the Hamilton School would accomodste 420 children, while 320 are all that are expected to live In th new Federally financed dwellings, th board wss told. Rather than lnveat $32,063 and have the Government grant 126,- 235 to build an addition to th Hoa rder School. It wa thought beat to wait until the project wa completed before applying for the Federal grant. Champ's Chicken Inn Waits Ruling on Beer LANSING, July 1 (A. P.) Fried chicken, the favorite dish of heavyweight champion Joe Louia, may soon be washed down with something more powerful than coffee at th champion's restsurant in Detroit. The State Liquor Control Commission set Friday for a hearing In Detroit to determine whether the Brown Bomber Chicken Shack, of which Louia is a part owner, would be allowed to serv beer and wine. What the Radio Offers Today Friday, July 2. Itm tProrramt art print M Immim! br th tUlinna liud nr1 ar ubtvt In rhanro jrnhmit antic ) FRIDAY'S 7:00 A. S:00 A. 11:45 A. 11:30 A. M. Happy Joe'a Frolic M. Minute Parade M. Bachelor's Children M r. S. Marine Rand Tango Time t KI.W lt:S0 P. M. Senate Finance Committee ... W i R Farm and Home WXYZ 1:00 P. M Detroit-Cleveland Game W WJ W4BK Camp Fire Glrla CKI.W Among Our Souvenirs WJR 5:13 P. M Harry Kogen'a Music WXYZ V. 8. Track. Field 6:15 P. M. 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Th case was between Jacob Lorenz. who occupies a five-room house at 312 8. Housing Corp- The corporation sought possession of the property on the grounds that it wished to sell th house after repairing It to comply with Stat housing regu lations. State Is in Black at Close of Year Balance Real, Not On Paper, Cundry Says LANSING. July 1 Auditor Gen eral Georg T. Gundry, who keep the checkbook of the Stat of Michigan, announced Thuraday that the recelpta for the fiscal yesr ended June 30 had been 1218.-263,000, and that disbursements of $211,525,000 hsd been made. Thi repreaents a 117.000.000 growth In receipts and 116,000,000 growth in expenditures. It will be several dyas before all the warrants actually Issued during the fiscal year have time to clear through the Auditor General office, but Gundry ssid the amount waa leas than the 7,000,oo0 excess of receipt over expenditure, and that the State waa actually a well aa "on paper" In the black for th year. New Beacon for Selfridge MT. 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Jiii 1 Announcement by H fh ay Commissioner Murray D Van Wagoner that he proposes to take ever th State-road maintenance work now am by County road commiaaions featured the mid-year inaugural cere-moniee Thursdsy. Gov. Murphy presided at the ia-augural. held la the Hons of Representatives hcamber. Justice Burt D. Chandler administered the oath of office te Vaa Wagoner, mho beeaa cus second four-year term. Jutsic Hsrd Wiest administered the oath to Eugene B. Elliott, Republican, who brgaa his second two-year term a aupena-tendent of public Instruction. Frank Cody, Detroit superintendent of schools, was not present, because of th N. E. A. convention In Detroit. H previously had taken th oath of office and Thursdsy bersn hi fifth term a member of th Stat Board of Education. In announcing guests. Gov. Murphy singled out for special prsls Council President John W. Smith, of Detroit, who is being groomed for th fall mayoralty race. H brought Dr. John H levin, of Detroit, to th rostrum to present a gift to Vaa Waitoner. Van Wagoner announcement of th proposed expansion of main tenance services hear nut th campaign predictions of his opponent, Chsrle Kiegler. of Lansing, who opposed the move. Van Wafoner contended that having dual agenctea working oa rnada wa costly and Inefficient. The changeover, however, will be gradual, he said. Prosecutor Probes Vigilante Violence IRONWOOD. Mich, July 1 Prosecutor Ieonsrd J. M Manman announced Thuraday night that he would investigate to determine the Ident'ty of vigilantes who manhandled union organizers and smsahed lumberjack strik headquarter in Ironwood, Beemr and Marenisco. Fred Thiele, owner of the Iron-wood building raided, said that he recognized the night rider a "1orl men" and would file complaints atainat them. The raid aa an aftermath to violence near Marenisco Wednesday In which Stat Police arrested 53 men for stoning five logging truck. 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Harry Pae". ?n: H1ri Pfc 'o ?fl Mh- tn-arfh t T-- Wain-rak, Rnhert Ci-(htoi. t7: Flirahih M. Rok- alrrr Charrn. FlUrarietn CnrnVa fl. Tonard Tiviftt it- Julia r-min rh Mmfl f fhtrkrei. tA; Cat henna M. 0itnn. Chur'ni R Riout. t: Marrare C .Gra ih am J. Mareonia, ktohanie Fill, Frank flrenalr Xrma Birker. 1 Anih'tiT K aaruho k, 2k : iell Ijom- 4 Th"'1ore Laeaen Karen korenwn. t3. ii-ih-ir Jnmi ;4 ' Alrnna Twia Ik II mm mata "f Hnsala .(, ia 1 P. rva r.akrrrw-hf 4 Helen herry. 17. hn Rn-er ?l- a1re Wirt i(rfh Predraa-roTtr-h. 14: Alien IaoaT7i- eat. tt. Thomaa A Rarkatt, Jr tA; 7nobi R Arihur i. Maiv-heaaanlt, t: Wmona K. ca-ner. " Charles) L. Moon. 44: Frajtoref M. Rniy, 37 AVtander 7. Traill. II; Mary rehrs, Char lea J khirea f?- Anna M. KinoW. tA WiMtam k Knmin k-1 Ftn Jhnain 2A. .Tanfth Roth. 1 : arah k kamote 2ft William pontt. k!r Torrthy Ihtone. tH ( harif D. Rt lie. 11, erlnjfJe C. Markt. Pi'art1 P on per. "R; Varte Bailey. ?. William MalloT. 3ft- rnrnthT Gerae. 24 John A l.atokt. "1: Ann Perknarahi IP Waer W,eth.y. 22: Stell Cwwinak. 0.ald TofMo. tk: Macrlele-nt Oa!aaJ William neirht, 2fl: f ara Clartnn Art. "onion Williama 51' Martha Mantvle. 1ft Ion ie Biarhern. 3c Madelino Baldttrk. Wthiam .Tohnaon. ?t: MiMrd Tohh. t. Clifford I). Bennett. 2'Z. Vrrena Caaaidy, Ik Chariet MarlVneU, t3: MarrkrtH IV Woyeir, Jneph Kadraa. 3t: Dorothy Mar Dee an. "fl Paul Thrtmhley. tP" Kathleen Toe P Norton. 32; Ehabih M. Huei- we'i. 37. HARRY HEILMANN REVIEWS BASEBALL GAMES (or RADIO in r if- 1 a w Z -tt iu Hal Ul Z e- Z o t,". TONITE WXYZ 5:30 P.M. AND MICHIGAN RADIO NETWORK 6 F. M. Heilmann ia first on the air with a complet basrball rnumr. Thia arnrld famou baarhall Mar who won tha African Iragiia Batting Champtonthtp honors 4 tima. broadraati baarball "doinga" avary night in th week. Haar him tonight and kerp pottad authoritativrly. IX X Vaaag. 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(.rand Bl4. Hett-n Mahrr, n4'.'A -ialeenih li-na Ttoian kl :t Chamteria'n Helen Mavlatmskl. 4MS" ( amptaaM ha Jioj ian, 4Ho Wiihaaian. IV ar ht n. fime IWajt. At.fttt X Marlindal. ' K.t-r. :c. W. ,rnJ Rl4. Julia Ief. llH finjree lelia Uima. XHV W Warren. A'tehne Hnk-nmh. "Bit! Ituflia. aaAaaaailU lia Whit. MB W Kib tmde Boik. 1M0 Ruffatn F-lella, Wetwter. n.TA VmewoM. Mana Perktna, Mtfl Ttnty-4ikll. aaiirai Aiit-n. riwa, FnrKhetl Fram-ta t4 Ptere. penialme Mohammed, ":7k f laire Uraaael. SUV, kmrt Renetta Aatierre trA r WirrM Marine Kohientterfrr. 144U C. Vnrnny, Huhnay Juha Leitrand). tf4"t3 CherrtlaaiK. irena ii'iamaai. inaia l neyrnne. Deaths Atltliata Oerivh P W port. kt. "red Jrhnon fk' iao FuMon. ai f heater M' Fa1den I Hop F Lafaretrav It. Mary Hmale 4 .'3 F. Painter, ftk Ka'henna Barncci, ln.SA W. 6 rait 4 RKd . ;( Vatne Kra, lk4"t Wenfonl 4j. Waller V Leharon Tenn , 1 year. mi(e ( V7 Monterey. A? Charles Henry M.f Or. karri, pMrhornl, .Tannie Knman 1 Oftrt, Ctreeley II. 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