Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper archive
A Publisher Extra® Newspaper

Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan • Page 33

Detroit, Michigan
Issue Date:
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

Trade Technical Schools 36 DETROIT FREE PRESS Tuesday. Oct. 14, 1958 WORLD ONCE-OVER Two Ex-Nazis Go on Trial as Killers of 1L000 Free Fress Wire Seryiree BONN Two former guards in German concentration camps went on trial Monday, accused of murdering about 11,000 persons. The prosecution is calling! IfiO witnesses to tell of the al leged killings in Sachsenhausen concentration camp by Gustav Sorge, 47, and Wilhelm Schubert, 41. The maximum punishment Is life imprisonment, Sorge was a staff sergeant In the Nazi SS (Elite Corps) and Schubert, a sergeant.

THE PROSECUTION charges that they deliberately killed "with utmost cruelty" churchmen, Jews and former members of Parliament imprisoned in Sachsenhausen. They also are accused of being responsible for executing 10,000 Russian prisoners. A Soviet military court condemned them to life imprisonment in 1947. They were returned to Germany In 1956 under an agreement on repatriation of prisoners of war. It was disclosed that Sorge joined the Nazi Party when unemployed in 1931.

The court was told that Schubert was only 18 when he began committing the alleged atrocities. De Gaulle Bans Army Politicking PARIS Premier Charles de Gaulle Monday ordered the French Army to withdraw immediately from political activity in Algeria to clear the way for free elections there Nov. 23. It was de Gaulle's sternest crackdown on the officers who formed so-called Committees of Public Safety after the politico-military revolt of May 13 in Algiers. The committees raised the cry for de Gaulle's return to power and led the way for him to take the premiership.

Here and There LONDON The Air Ministry Vur' kCJ I LP- i3- -Lis 1 4 LiNki p7 paid Monday a British airman 40 CHEMISTS 612 Building. City County CREDIT MANAGER R-locaie. Hearv em. in sJe distributing or. $8 000 Yearer 2800 Brodenck Twr WO 2-6292.

DRIVER Industrial evo. draft exempt. Drive courtesy car. STEVENS PERSONNEL. WO 1-92S0.

DESIGNERS EXP. SPECIAL MACHINERY LAYOUT AND DFTA1LERS Call in person 8 a m. -5 30 m. La Salle Tool, Inc. 3840 E.

Outer Dr. FOREMAN Sheet steel warehouse. Must ne experienced. Phone VI 2-4115. Mr.

Hickey for apot; MACHINE DESIGNER- DegTee-l-10 vrs. exp. Sooerr cosi- tion. Apex Pers. WO 1-4S54.

MATERIAL Handlinr. methods analvist compute cost figures 2 vrs college, age 25-40. Arrow Per-sonnel WO 2-331 8. OFFICE MAN For local advertising and business enxineerinr firm. To do clerical work.

No experience necessary. Preferably a man over 50. Write Box M-214. Free Press 31. Give oualificationa and salary desired.

ORDER DESK MAN Sheet steel warehouse Prefer older man. Phone VI 2-4115. Mr. Hickey for appt. PORTA ELY, tool repairman.

Air and electric impacts, drill, etc. 81 18 Tireman near Wyoming1. See Mr Schefflex. 0 a.m. to 11 a.m.

daily PRINTER 1ST CLASS PRESSMAN for 10x15 Heidelher. V-38. Call TE 4-8282. 6-8 m. SALES TRAINEE S.

rrad 22-30 vrs. Married, neat, alert. Opportunities Top salary. ARROW PERSONNEL. WQ 3-3318.

Sales Floor covering1 or allied exper. Calling on retail trade in Down River area. Salary -comm. Key Personnel. 2046 Nat'l Bk.

Bldg. SALESMAN A very reputable, nationally known firm want married man. age 24-35 with sales exnr. to call on industrials Car furnished, start at $330 wjth definite automatic increases, plus merit increases, plus bonus, plus good fringe benefits and retirement plan. Rush Qe Belde Personnel.

418 Book Bldg. WO 1-2041. SHEET METAL MEN HAMMER FORM -FINISHERS Lonr Program FpU benefits Ton rates CALL MR. UDELL JO 4-5640 AERO DETROIT, INC. 21717 REPUBLIC ROYAL OAK SHEET METAL Experimental Parts FABRICATORS All around men.

capable of producing completed carta and assemblies from prints. Long program. Full benefits Ton rate CALL MR. UDELL JO 4-5640 AERO DETROIT, INC. 21717 REPUBLIC ROYAL rAK TRUCK DRIVERS Yon can make money and operate your own trucks delivering house trailers from factory to dealers.

48 state operation. Yearly lease. Age limit 25-65. Apply in person, betwn. 9 am.

and 3 pro Morgan "Drive Away. 10967 W. Jefferson. River Rouge. Michigan.

INftlNIERS BMFWS is RCA's new long rang program to provid a complete Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Excellent epportunitiei exist for ll levels engineers ai Engineering Management Project Engineers Design Engineers Installation Engineers To worlc en problems and equipments which will ax-tend tha frontiers of knowl-adqe in fields of HP-LF Radar Systems Digital Computing Systems-Communications In addition New Jersey locations, oportunitias will also exist for assignment (temporary or permanent) to site's for thosa interested in such locations as Alaska, Greenland and other areas. SALARIES UP TO $16,000 to start, plus substantial added compensation for sita assignments. A RCA you will ba an electronics engineer in an Itctronict company, with an unlimited future. Investigate tha opportunity now, whila this major project is still in its formative stages. INFORMAL CONFIDENTIAL DISCUSSIONS CAN BE ARRANGED BY CALLING Mr Norman S.

Guenther TRinity 5-9512 Monday, Tuesday, October 13. 14. 2 P.M. to 9 P.M. If nof convenient, plaasa send resume to: Mr Roy S.

Lutx RCA Same Company, Dept. BM-72B 1809 Bannard Street Riverton, N. J. RCA SERVICE COMPANY A Division of Radio Corporation Amarie Help Wanted, Men I ZLOTO Morris, of 20554 Plain-view. Be loved husband of Dolly: dear father of Alan: son of Sarah: brother of Mrs.

Louis Malkin. Services Tues dav. 11 at the Ira-Kaufman Chanel. 9419 LJexter. Interment Machpelah Cemetery, ramilv at the Louis Malkin residence.

24711 Sussex. Oak Park. Monuments Call, phone, write No obligation THE LLOYD BROS. CO. More than 112 year of knowing how.

2338 BOOK BLDO. WQ 1-7628 Florists THE J. L. HUDSON CO. FRESH FLOWER SHOP SPECIALIZES IN FUNERAL FLOWERS Our floral designer will arrange floral piece expertly suid promptly at moderate prices.

3 deliveries daily in special floral trucks Come in or call in. Use Your Charge Account. Hudson's Downtown th Floor CA 3-5100 Ext 2115 Funeral Directors 10 JEROME A. DeSANTIS 2870 CHALMERS VA 2-503(5 HILLIKER'S FUNEEAL HOME 2449 W. Grand Blvd.

TY 6-2233 WM. R. HAMILTON CO. 3975 CASS AVE. TF, 1-2712 NORTHWEST CHAPEL 18900 Jas.

Courens Hwy Dl 1-1300 BIRMINGHAM CHAPEL 820 E. MAPLE AVE. Ml 4-6000 H. Peters Funeral Home 12057 GRATIOT LA -7700 20705 MACK GP Wds. TO 4-5500 SCHMALZRIEDT SONS lfib'25 GRAND RIVER, VE 5-3100 SULLIVAN 14230 W.

SlcNlchoU 15800 Fenkell UN 4-2311 VE 88100 J. SUTTON AND SON DON ANDERSON. MGR 4147 TRUMBULL TE 2 Chas. Verheyden, Inc. Established 50 Tear 16300 MACK AT OUTER DRIVE TU 1-8500 Lost and Found 20 CALL MISS DAT at Woodward 2-9400 and let Free Press readers help you find your lost articles.

Tou mav charge your ad if 'on wish or take it to the nearest liner station to ret the same low rate as at the main office. BILLFOLD, downtown. Oct. 10: larye sum of money Reward. McClure.

8909 Quincy. TT 4-1527. DIAMOND pendant pin. vicinitv 7 Mi. and Wyoming, Sat.

nieht. Reward. UN 1-14R4. MINK iacket. monogram Helen E.

on lining, lost Sunday. October 12th. Reward. Mr. Gordon, WO 5-3133.

WIREH AIRED TERRIER Vicinitv Lahser 8 Mile- white, brown and black patches. Reward. KE 5-6975. Personals 22 AFTER THIS date I will not be responsible for debts contracted bv anyone other than mvself Harold Herndon. 3385 Charles.

Trenton. BILLS WORRYING OVER DEBTS If 'nstallment riayments of past due bills are troubling' you. let us consolidate and arrange to pay all your bills, past due or not with one payment you can afford. It you owe Tou pay as low as Sl.nno 15 per week $2,000 $25 per week $3 000 $35 per week No Security rNo Go-signer OPEN NIGHTS by APPOINTMENT Credit Management Inc. 8204 Woodward TR 1-4466 HYPNOTIST Counselling on emotional problema, tensions, speech defects, allergies.

WA 5-6117. I WDLXi NOT be responsible for debls made bv anyone other than myself. Charles E. Cartlidre, 8013 Fulton. I WILL not be responsible for debts marie by anyone other than myself.

Louis A. Jones. 6681 Helen. Garden City. I MLL not be responsible for debts made by anyone other than myself.

Leo Stein. 3841 Monterey. MARY ANN" we need you very much. Please come home. Christmas won't be the same without vou.

ABIC. WORRIED About. Bills" We can heln vou. Call WO 2-4762. M'C.

CREDIT ADJUSTMENT 4 W. Vernor at Woodward Over Luggare Shoo Worrying Over Debts? CALL TR 1-4466 Christmas Trees 25 XMAS TREES 10 000 Red Pine. 50c on stump Will sell all or part. Don Bailey Bovne Fall. Mich.

4.000 SCOTCH Pines 6-vear growth. near Harrison. Mich, Wholesale by grower. SI .800. Phone Farwell, Mich.

LU 8-4611. or LU 8-994" Special Notices 27 NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING To the members of the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Dowaeiac. Michigan: Take notice that bv direction of the Board of Directors a special meeting of the members of said company will be held at the company offices at 148 8outh Front Street. Dowatriac. Michig-an.

on Monday. November 3. 1958. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 8S.T..

for the purpose of amending Article Two of the articles of asociation of the company so as to change the name thereof to Do-wagiae Mutual Innram-e Company. H. L. Er secretary Transportation 32 A.A.A. N.Y OREGON Seattle.

New Orleans. Texas CLAUDE'S. 9106 MICH. LU 4-1420 AUTOS TO ALASKA Register now. And other points.

Detroit Driveaway Service 9350 Broadstreet WE 3-9373 A A A SEATTLE. PHOENIX Salt Lake City. Utah Midwest Auto Delivery 2621 Grand River WO 1-3990 AA At Once California 1 SOI 8 WOODWARD TO 5-5700 ACE Transport. Seattle. New York.

California, 2911 Woodward. TE 2-1002. CALIFORNIA-SEATTLE All State Auto Driveaway 8110 Livernots TY 4-500 CATHERINE RAE 25254 Grand River KB 4-0610 KE 5-980S Educational 35 AIRLINES TRAINING FOR MEN AND WOMEN ELECTRONICS TRAINING CENTRAL TECH'L ISSTTTCTT OFFICE HOURS 11 A.M to 2 M. 415 Lafavette Bldr. WO 2-7762 BUSINESS TRAINING Dav and Eveninr Enroll Now THE BUSINESS INSTTTTJTE Theater 220 Bagley Call or phone WO 2-6534 FTNTSH HIGH SCHOOL No classes.

Stndv at. home spare time. Diploma awarded. Write for free catalog. Wavne School.

Box M-209. Free Pres. 31. LEARN Typing Earn a living. Licensed private school.

WO 2-2771. Switchboard-Receptionist and typing-. Day. eve. classes.

3 wks. All ages. Free placement service Florence Utt School WO 1-5075 Trade Technical Schools 36 A BETTER JOB Learn by Doing- Practical Work AUTO MECHANICS Automatic Transmissions Auto Body Transmission ACETY ARC WELDING Wolverine School 33 YEARS SAME LOCATION 14(10 W. FORT ST. WO 3-0692 Personals 22 BLOOD DONORS WANTED $5- $7 Southern Miehiqae Bleed Center Open Daily "TM 4:30 p.m..

Saturday 3 p.m. 5744 Woodward TR 3-3435 Death Notices I LOUNDENBACK See Chapoton notice. METSENBURG Alice (Reynolds). Oct 11. nf Ve nice.

Florida, suddenly. Dear wife of Frederick mother oi Mrs. Jonn Hammond Hock, of Grosse Pt. snd Mrs. Frederick Lynch, of Fort Worth.

Texas: 4 grandchildren. Services Tuesday. 11 a from the Rawls Funeral Home. Venice. MORANDI Rinaldo.

beloved husband of Frances: dear father of Mrs. Olga Hutchinson, Mrs. Iris Busceme and Mary Ann: twe grandchildren also survive. Funeral Thursday 9 a.m. from A.

H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot and 9:30 a m. at Our Lady of Counsel Church. NEWTLL Frederick Oct. 12.

dear father of Mrs. Marion Stewart. Mrs. James Moriarty (Helen) and Mrs-. Peter Jeffrey (Jeani: brother of Mrs.

Inez Place. Mrs. Helen Tolles and Mrs. Violet Dusenbury: 12 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren Service at Ted C. Sullivan Fnneral Home.14230 W.

McNichoIs Koad. Wednesday, 1 p.m. POOL Bertha C. Oct. 12.

of 3329 Vassar: dear mother of Mrs. Arthur (Patricia I' Russell and Mrs. Charles (Marv) Reeber: also eight grandchildren- sister of Theodore. Martin and Mrs. Mav Morrisey.

At Ouer-feld Funeral Home. 1200 Oakwood. near Mlehigan. Dearborn. Services Wednesday morning at 9:30 and from Church of St.

Albert the Great at 10 o'clock. Rosary Monday evening- at 9:15. Burial St. Hed-wig's Cemetery. Pontiac papers please copy.

ROEHM Lawrence Oct. 10. 195S. of 246 Stephens Road. Grosse Pointe Farms.

Husband of Caroline Roehm; father of Mrs. Robert F. Koebel. Mrs. David Harbison, of Ann Arbor: Mrs.

Charles A Coryell. of Bay City, and Mrs. Ernest S. Cornwell of Saginaw; brother of Mrs. Donald Earie.

Also survived by 11 grandchildren. Funeral service at Chapel of the Wm. R. Hamilton 3975 Cass Tuesday at 11 a.m. RUBIN Harry, nj 1S251 Birwood.

Oct. 12 Beloved husband of Rose: dear father of Dr. Nathan: three grandchildren. Services were held Monday. Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

2995 Joy Rd. Interment Workmen's Circle Cemetery. Family at home of deceased. SATTLER Walter F. of 1123 Maryland Beloved husband nf Gertrude (Hoffmann), dear father nf Mrs.

Mary Ellen Kratz and Walter, dear brother of Margaret and Mrs. Alice Marshal and the late Louis. Edward. William and Olive. Funeral from Griffith Wade.

15227 E. Jefferson Wednesday at 9:30. to St. Ambrose Church at 10. SAXON Moses Beniamin.

1950S Green-lawn, beloved husband of Rose, dear father of Saul. Joseph. Albert. Mrs. Jack Zumherg.

Mrs. Neal Slade and Mrs William Hontman. Servio- Tuesday. 2:30 m. at the Ira Kaufman Chapel.

9419 Dexter. SCHEFFERLY See Ide notice. SEVERANCE Laura May. Oct. 12.

Survived by Mrs. Minnie Conklin. Mrs. Alice Frey. Mrs.

Lois Carpenter. Mrs. H-azel Severance. Mrs. Helen Van Dvke.

Mrs. Beulah Minford. Ernest L. Severance. Services Wednesday.

2 Ebert Funeral Home. North-ville. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. SHARROW Verne Lee. Oct.

12. of 15000 Hart-well, beloved son of Jir. and Mrs. Frank Sh arrow. of Florida: dear father of Brent.

Gregory. Ar- line and rYaigr Michael: dear brother of William Frank Mrs. Ethel Lindstrom, of Pontiac. Mrs. Willis Woodman, of Dayton.

Ohio, and Mrs. William MacLeod, of Allen Park. Services 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the R. G. G.

R. Harris Funeral Home. 14751 W. McNichoIs Rd. SKRZYCKI Frank (Corbert).

euddenly. Oct II. 1958. beloved brother of Joseph. uneral services from Read-Schtiltz Funeral Home.

21705 Gratiot. East Detroit. Wednesday St. Stan islaus Church 9 JO. SMITH Emerson Oct.

10. 1959. Funeral service at chapel of the Wm. R. Hamilton 3975 Cass Ave.

Tuesday at 1 ro. Memorial tributes) may be sent to the charity of your choice. SNYDER Irene, at Fort Lauderdale. Fla formerly of 3P15 Trumbull Wife of the late Ralnh mother of Mrs. James W.

Steele, of Arlington Heights. Illinois and William B. grandmother of William Jr. Services at Schmalzriedt Sons Funeral Home. 16625 Grand River Wed at 3 D.m.

SON'A George, are 89. of 331 Crescent Dearborn, beloved husband of Frances, dear father of Ida Aboud. stepfather of Charlotte and Marion Charles. Friend' may call at the Charles 4- Son Funeral Home. 7321 Puritan.

Will lie in state at Christ Episcopal Church. 120 Military. Dearborn, from 10 a m. Wednesday till time nf service' at 11 a The Rev. Edward R.

A. Green officiating. Funeral under auspices of Ionic Lodge No. 47 F. A A.M.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be sent to the Memorial Fund of the church. Entombment White Chapel. STEESMAX Joseph, nf 1317 College Lincoln Park. Beloved husband of Maria Barbara, dearest father oT Mrs. Helen R.

Williams. Mrs. Mariorie Kane; also survived by one grandchild: brother of Louis and Mrs. Lillian Kennedy. Services Wednes day.

1 rrm. J. Peters Funeral Home. 3880 Fort Lincoln Park. TAYLOR Thomas Oct 11.

1 95S. beloved husband of Elizabeth Taylor: brother of Arthur W. Taylor: uncle of Arthur. Roland Taylor Funeral services from Alfred E. Crosbv Mortuary 12700 Hamilton.

at Glendale, Tuesday. Oct. 14. at 1 m. VAIL Theresa.

Oct. 12. of 18653 Faust beloved wife of the late Boston L. dear mother of P. of Lafayette.

Mrs Marge Preoott. Mrs. Catherine Thompstton. Stamford. dear sister of Mrs.

Chris Wendt. William Oswald. Delphi, Tnd Mrs. Leon Whife. Clayton.

O. Also survived by five grandchildren. Remains at W. F. Hacked and Son Fnneral Home.

5616 W. Vernor. until 11 a m. Tuesdav. In state at Campbell Methodist Church.

Campbell and McMillan, until time of service at 1 p.m. Interment Grand Lawn Cemetery. WARD Delia Oct. 12. beloved wife of William dear mother of Mrs.

Louis J. Breault Jr. (Dorothv). Mrs. Gordon Cooley (Delia).

Mrs. Frank FT. English (Helen I of New Rochelle N. and the late Gertrude M. Ward: sister of- Mrs.

Clara Mavnard. Twelve erandchildren. Funeral from (Fenkell Chanel) of Td C. Sullivan Funeral Home. 15800 Fenkell (corner Forrer), Wednedav morning at 10:15 and St.

Theresa's Church at WEAMER Paul Oct. 13. of 1552 Dicker-son. Dear father of David: brother of Guy and Mrs Ethel Custer, of Stovstown. Mrs.

Marion Hen-sel, Carl, and Mrs. Louise Kaster. In state at the J. A. DeSantis Fnneral Home.

Chalmers Ave. at Charlevoix. until Tuesday. m. Funeral services Tuesday, 7 m.

Interment Stoystown. Pa. WESTFALL Frank. Oct. 12.

father of Mrs. Al Watrnus. Mrs. Ernest Davis. August.

Mrs. Earl Allen. Frank and Lawrence- brother of John. Mrs Albert Wangler and Mrs Lewis Burke. 14 grandchildren.

18 greatgrandchildren. Services from Wm. Sullivan on Funeral Home. 705 W. 11 Mile (4 blks E.

of Woodward) Roval Oak. Wednesday at 8:30. and St. Mary'a Church. 9 a m.

WILLIAMS Brvon. Husband of Mildred: father of Mrs. Jane Lindslv grandfather of Zuma. Funeral Wednesday. 2 p.m.

at A. H. Peters Funeral Home. 12057 Gratiot Ave. Deceased was member of E.

No. 249 and Wayne Assembly No. 1 Order of the Amaranth. WINTERS Walter pet. 12.

1958. beloved husband of Gillian Winters: father of Mrs. Ray Truax. Funeral services at Alfred E. Crobv Mortuarv.

12700 Hamilton at Glendale. Oct. 15. 10 am. Interment Allegan.

2:30 p.m. TANITELLI Josephine. Oct. 13. of 2567 Cadil-la-s.

beloved wife of Joseph, dear mother of Felix C. Tanitelu. Mrs. Wiliiam Di Passio and Mrs. Dominic Benaonisto: also five rrand-children and one great-grandchild.

Funeral from Frank J. Calcaterra Funeral Home. 1201 E. Grand Thursday 9:45. Pan Fran-c-sco Church.

10:30 a.m. Burial Mt. Olivet. Death Notlcat I CLAKKSOX Marr. Oct.

13. of Bealu: -wife of John: sister of Jerry Spill. Funeral from 1h Verheyrlen Funeral Hnm. 1B300 Maik at Outer Drive. Thursday at and to St.

Charles Church a' 10. Rosary Wednesday evening; at 8. COLE Rama 68. 142 Draee died Sunday. Oct.

12. at his home. Dear husband of Emily: father of Mrs. Bert McKinney of Rochester. Richard J.

Cole. Lake Orion. irandfather of Pat McKinney: two sisters. Mrs. Joel Johnson, Eaton Ranids.

Mr. Ruth Unton. Rochester. Mich Funeral services Wednesday. 2 p.m..

Pixley Funeral Heme. Interment Mt. Avon Cemetery. DAHMER Charles Oct. 12.

formerly ef 1408 Hibhard. Husband of the late Ellen dear father of Mri. Georee Wolfer (Kllene). Mrs. Edward Knevals.

(Shirley): grandfather of Sherry Caprice. Anthony and reven. jMinerai irom ine j. a TViantii Funeral Home. Chalmers Ave.

at Charlevoix. Wed. at 1 p.m. DULZO Urban (Auciriel. Oct.

13th. brother of Mrs. Frank Gregory iOlivat and the late Edward. Funeral fiom the J. A.

DeSantis Funeral Home. Chalmers Ave. at Charlevoix. Thursday. 3 am.

St. Bernard Church at Rosary Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. FOGARTY Mary Oct. 13. lf5S.

mother of Mae R. Fntarty. Funeral Thursday mormnsr at 9 from the Sweeney Funeral Home. 15050 Dexter Blvd. and 9:30 St.

Greeorv Church. Interment Holy Seoulchre Cemetery. Rosary Wednesday 8 m. GLOWACKI Frances Wife of the late Peter-beloved mother of William. Edward.

Irene. Arthur. Mrs. Virrinia Atherton. 5 grandchildren also survive: dear sister of Mrs Marraret 0s Funeral Wed am from A.

H. Peters Funeral Home 1C057 Gratiot, and 10 a m. at Nativity of Our Lord Church. Ormal PA age 3fi. of 19 Cherry Grove.

Ecorse. beloved husband of Marv Jane, dear father of fnuip; son of Mr. and Mrs. Ormal Goodell. and brother of Mrs.

Alice Fash-baugh and Mrs. Catherine Hunter. Services from the Ballheim Funeral Home. 4 1C0 W. Jefferson.

Ecore. Wednesday morning at 8:30 and St. Francis Savier Church 9 a m. HICKS Roy. Oct.

of 15749 Stoat Ave. Beloved husband of Bermce dear son of Mrs. Jennie Courtney. Funeral from the Harvev A. Neely Funeral Home.

16540 Meyers Road. Wednesday at 1 p.m. Memorial tributes mav be sent to American Heart Fund Memorial envelopes available at funeral home. GRELL Theodore. Oct.

11. of 5540 Calhoun. Dearborn. Beloved husband of dearest father of Theodore A. Henry.

Norman. Emily. Mrs. Genevieve Gosinski. Mrs.

Eleanor Sowers: survived by 12 grandchildren: dear brother of Adam Groele. Katherine Deneler. also brother and sister in Europe. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a.m..

from the Lesnev Funeral Home. 13201 West Warren. Dearborn. St Barbara Church at 10. Interment St.

Hedwig. Member of Gen. Pulaski r2525. HAMPER Winnetta (nee Marsh). Oct.

13. of 4475 Gravton wife of the late Charles, mother of Mrs. John F. Bowes. Mrs.

Vernon E. Thompson and Winston sister of Ben R. Marsh. Funeral from the Verhevden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Dr. Wednesday at 11.

Interment Fenton, at 2. HORVATH Geza. Oct. 0th. 1058 Beloved husband of Mathilda Horvath: father of Edwin Julius W.

and Robert T. Horvath- grandfather of Joan Julianne. MaTari-i, Diane Robert t. Edwin and David Horvath. Funeral services at Alfred E.

Crosby Mortuary. 1-700 Hamilton at Glen-dale. Oct. 14. 3 m.

HYDE Charles A Vassar. Dearborn, husband of the late Mary: father of James. Thomas. Leo and Peter Wall: 1 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. uneral Wed nesdav 9:30 a.m.

frosn Howe- Peterson Funeral Home. 22546 Michigan Ave. and 10 clock from Sacred Heart Church. Dearborn. Burial Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

IDE Johanna, wife of th late Max. dear mother of Roy and Edward Schefferlv. Mr. Mildred Tichenor. Mrs Isabel Kleist and Virgiline Schefferlv.

seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren also survive. At A. H. Peters Funeral Home. 12057 Gratiot Ave.

until 10 vm. Thursday. In state at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. Ree-ent and Edmore. from noon until time of service.

Thurs day 2 n.m. Memorial tributes may he sent to the Lutheran tnurcn of the Good Shepherd. JEFFORDS William H. Oct. 11.

195. of 1130S Montrose Ave Beloved husband of Lauretta- dear father of Mrs. Jame (Vivian) McDonald. Mrs. Donald (Beverlev) Scott.

William andRohert Jef fords- 11 grandchildren. Memo-ia! 'service Tues. 8:30 m. Auspices Lovaltv Lodge No 4S9 F4A.M. At the Ada Funeral Home 731 Rademacher Ave Funeral service fi-om Duart Ontano Presbyterian Church.

Wed. 2 n.m. KASTEN Emma. Oct. nf Linn-hurst.

Mo'her of Irwin, Mr. Paul Weihe. Albert. Mrs Theonhil Goehnnr. Oscar and Paul.

At the Verhverien Funeral Home. 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, until Monday eve at 9. Interment Centralia. Ill- KEULER Mary (nee Tnbianl. -wife of the late John: sister of Mrs Martha Wilson.

Arthur Tobian and Mrs Ella Oliver. At A. Peiers Funeral Home. 12057 Gratiot until 10 a.m. Wednesday.

In state at Salem Lutheran Church. Tro-uuois at. Forest, from noon until time of services. Wednesday 2. p.m.

KTJSCHELL Alvina. Oct. 12. are 87. of "Si" Honorah Ave Wife of Ernest: mother of Mrs.

Oliver 'Hatt'el Baudino and George H- also leaves three grandchildren. Funeral service. D. Martenson Funeral Home. 1725 Lawndale.

Wednesday. 1 m. LAUTZ Oct. 15 Wife of the late Anthony: dear mother of Mrs Vera Carls. Samuel, Charlej and Joseph Laud: eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild.

Funeral from Frank Gallapher Funeral Home. River Rouge. Wednesday, at 10 a.m. LrVTNGGOOD Gladys Oct. 11.

of 3553 Academy. Dearborn. Beloved wife of David (Bud), dear mother of Mrs. James (Gwen) Fenner and Phyllis r.ivinggnod. daughter of Mrs.

Inez, Price- also survived by two sisters and two brothers in Canada. Funeral "Tuesday. 2 n.m from Howe. Peterson Funeral Home. 22546 Michigan Dearborn.

LOEFFLER Albert. beloved husband of Tors' dear brother of Helen and the late Henry F. Funeral Thursday 9:15 am. from A. Peters Funeral Home.

12057 Gratiot Ave. and 10 am. at St. Catherine Church. Ronarv Wednesday.

8 m. LUTZ Angela Oct. 11. of Wayne. Mien.

Beloved mother of Charles. Mrs. June Young, George and Mrs. s-hirley Jackson: three grandchil dren: sister of William Annis Funeral from TTht Fnneral Home. Wavne.

Tuesday at and St. Mary's Catholic Church at 9 am. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii FOR THE BEST RESULTS' IN WANT ADS CALL WO 2-9400 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiimiiiiMiiiii Daalh Noticis RADIO ELECTRONIC TV Schools 3730 WOODWARD TE 3-420 ACME Shool of Die Desirn Em. 13755 Woodward TO 8-0292 Learn to Earn More ENROLL NOW FOR MECHANICAL DRAWING BLUEPRINT REAPING DETAILING AND SHOP MATH TOOL AND DIE DESIGN Body and Product Design Registration 9 a m. to 9 p.m.

G.I. Approved Air Conditioned EAST SIDE DESIGN ENG. INSTITUTE 15645 HARPER LA 7-144 Learn Tool Engineering Die. tool and Machine design. Processing and estimating.

Check our easy pay plan. Classes start Wed Oct. 15th. Detroit College of Die Design 9747 Otsego TY 8-8199 LEARN RADIO, TV Electronic Engineering Classes START Soon Electronics Institute 2457 WOODWARD WO 2 B66 WANTED MEN TO TRAIN FOR Maintenance Inspection Trouble Shooting Overhaul on JET-GAS TURBINE AND TURBO PROP ENGINES Trained men mav earn Slfto or more per week. Earn as von learn.

No need to auit your present job until you are trained. Write to: UNIVERSAL JET ENGINE TRAINING 748 Book Dept. P. 6 Detroit 26. Michigan Name Are Street City Phone Time usually home WANTED MEN Learn meat cutting- trade.

Licensed school. Only 8 weeks. Dinloma. Pay after graduation. Women learn supermarket cashier register, meat wrapping one week.

Free school to rehabilitation. Michigan Meat School. 3510 Cass Detroit. TE 3-1771. Employment Help Wanted, Men 40 ACCT'G CLERK Must, type.

Central location. Start 325. PERSONNEL ASSOCIATES 722 Lafavette Bldg. WQ 22-7-33 Ambulance Helper No experience necessary. Single.

Must, live on premises 6-day week. 12120 Hamilton ARCHITECTS ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMEN and ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS ELECTRICAL DRAFTSMEN 5 Tears Minimum Experience In Building Design Send brief resume, lncludlnr aalary requirements, address and telephone nuinbei to Paul Liebelt and W. L. ilehpohl. Replies strictly confidential.

WALTER BUTLER COMPANT Architects and Engineers 1300 Minnesota Bldg. St. Paul. Minn. CA 4-1871 AUTO mechanic.

Chrye. exp. Ref. req. Apply in person to eerv.

Ken Brown, 3131 E. Jefferson. AUTO TOPS ExpL man take charge pattern riept for auto too mfr. 1n New York Citv. Unusual oppt.v.

for rood man. Box 1151. Realserviee. 110 West 34th N.Y.C. BARBER Shop porter and shoe-shiner, 1st class.

Good sruarantee. for 1 or 2 weeks. Eddie Barber Shop, 12967 Woodward at Buena Vista. BARBER Steady. Ann Arbor.

$125 up. Call NOrmandy 8-6140. Days. BARBER wanted. $120 weekly, young man.

will consider appren-tice. KE 5-6574. 26138 W. 6 Mile. BARBER, steady.

$100 "a week guarantee. No apprentice. LI or Lt BARBER Part time. Al's Barber Shop. 24109 Orchard Lake Farmington 1 AI1BER Wanted Experienced.

Sicat'y. Guaranteed and percentage. 1945 W. Grand Riverj BARBERS Full time 75 23100 John block North of 9 Mile. BARBER Full or part time, 75.

22148 W. 7 Mile. BARBER Good deal for risht man. Call UN 4-9854. BARBER Evening and Saturdays 7910 Schaefer.

BARBER $100 guarantee. 14725 Champaign. AV 4-4058. BARBER WANTED Steady 75. 8614 Michigan.

BARBER wanted, part time. 13734 W. Warren. BARBER Part time. Fri.

and Sat. all dav. 75 S518 Con ant. COST CLERK Yr. man.

draft free, with 2 vrs. acct'g school and some ind. experience. Start S350. PERSONNEL ASSOCIATE 722 Lafayette BMr.

WO 22-7 33 Educational Service Particular Type Man I want a particular type man A MAN WHO will take a personal interest in my business. A man who will work for me as he would himself. Must be ambitious. I WILL PLACE this man on a $400 monthly guarantee in d'rect sales and in a position where he can earn much more. "Wonderful company benefits retirement, hoeoitalization and insurance, etc CALL WO 5-6650 MR HI ATT Mon.

or Tues 9-30 to onlv Trade Technical Schools 36 ELECTRONICS America's Fastest Growing Industry NEEDS TRAINED ENGINEERS TECHNICIANS SERVICEMEN Industrial Electronics T. V. Servicing Color Television v0 Electronic Engineering NO PREVIOUS TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PHONE VISIT SCHOOL OR MAIL COUPON FOR FREE ELECTRONIC BOOKLET TEMPLE 3-4620 RADIO ELECTRONICS TELEVISION SCHOOLS 3730 WOODWARD Nsme-F Address City Zone NATIONAL SCENE No A-Tests For Talks, U.S. Asks Help Wanted, Men 40 SUPERVISOR Xite ehift. Must know nhs of dry rlennmff.

PIRSi-VXNFI. AfJOTTTir? Lafare't PMj WP 73 AGGRESSIVE 1 YOUNG MEN 18-30 If von are abore yerre In and ambitious, we hare a poution for oo Pleasant daily oontci with ruatomcre nf an old AAA-l concern We ry all the exnnn for your too notch trainini rour Automobile fiirnihd Ortenines are limited. Call aa aoon a noa-ibl DETROIT. MR. 5-0561 BETWEEN 9AM -NOON Salary $72 Weekly AMES Tannic aehine OnTraTor" MMrortolitan MamtfMiancf at Lafayette University Reievlon-mnt.

onthet of Grauot ad'a-oent to Wavne Prnier. An-ply in nernon. WO l-R'ITC. Only experienced men need apply. BOYS Permanent.

f-day. 40-br. k. Order takini dent $1-2 nr. 9-10.

1448 Maieftic Bide. Don't phone BOYS to work part lime after aehool. Ko experience uecear. Come ready to work. 10333 W.

near WyonMnr CAREER MEN Men wanted who are Interested In a permanent position. Mint be -1 and have car. Mf'ST BE AMBITIOUS Traimnx. salary raid vacation. rrouD life no layoffs.

Apply 3Mn Woodward COLLEGE Graduate under 30 to learn costa and eatimatinc for Printtnr manufacturer in office ami factory form field Some customer contact i and Write Box M-2f)3 Tree Pre statin- aire, oualificationa and etartin ealarv. Enoloe photo Confidential engineers scientists BOEING IS INTERVIEWING IN DETROIT Representative! from the Seattle end the Industrial Product diviiiont of Soeinq will be in Detroit; October IS throuqh October 17 to interview engineer and scientist for a number ef positions now open. Seattle Division research projects include studies of glide vehicles end space flight, celestial mechanics, principles controlling space trajectories, drag and heatinq effects in high speed space flight and re-entry. All engineering positions require a BS or higher degree in engineer, inq or science. Interesting and challenging assignments are available in advanced fundamental research, and in structural design and analysis; weapon systems management; radar systems; power systems development; electro-mag-netie wave propagation; infrared techniques; electronic and other counter measure systems.

ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE STUDIES These high level opportunities are for senior research engineers and physicists possessing a minimum ef 5-10 years experience in acoustics, geophysics, magnetics, sonar or weapons research. Opportunities encompass anti-submarine warfare feasibility and weapon systems concept studies and tha development of advanced anti-submarine warfare techniques. STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS A number of openings in primary and secondary structural design, test, stress and weights analysis ef aircraft and space vehicles. BS or advanced degrees will find challenging assignments in a creative environment. FACILITIES ENGINEERS Opportunities for ME's, EEs and lE's experienced in industrial plant facilities.

ELECTRONIC SCIENCES One opening exists in the development of antennas and associated transmission lines in connection with advanced aircraft and space vehicles. Applicant must possess a BS or advanced jdegree and experience in development of large aperture ntnnt. Physicists or EE's with 5-10 years experience in P.F components and systems test or design will gain professional satisfaction in the areas of design, measurement and evaluation of transmision lines and RF components. There are a limited number of openings for experienced physicists or electrical engineers to perform studies relative to electrical conductance through gases, and re-searclfon radome walls and dielectrics. MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING These positions require preparation of detailed tool and production processing in accordance with master tooling plan developed for specific aircraft and space vehicles.

Atractiva openings in this area are for engineers with a BS in ME, IE, or CE. ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT DESIGN Attractive assignments in the development and design of complex test equipment associated with production and testing ef advanced aircraft and space vehicles. Openings are tor engineers with BS or advanced degrees in Electrical Engineering. MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND MATERIALS RESEARCH A limited number of positioni in fhesti research and development areas are available for. engineers with a 8S or advanced degrees in ME MeE, or ChemE: plastics, ceramics, adhesives, bonding and forming; consultation regarding elastomeric materials; test and evaluation ef high temperature lubricants and hydraulic fluids.

AERODYNAMICS AND WIND TUNNEL Several openings requiring advanced Aerodynamics Performance Engineers, with experience, to pursue effort in pressure profile prediction, boundary layer theory and analysis techniques for re-entry problems. The Industrial Products Division produces a series of gas turbine engines and compressors which have wide application in aircraft, beats, turbo-starters for et engines, aircraft tugs and as power sources for shipboard generators. Long-range openings are available in the areas of design, development and performance analysis. GAS TURBINE PERFORMANCE ANALYSTS Engineers experienced in analyses of engine test data, cycle of new designs and performance of turbine applications. ME's, CE AE grounded in turbo-machinery design, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and aerodvnamics.

GAS TURBINE DESIGN SPECIALISTS ME's with gear design or thermodynamics background; CE's experienced in stress analysis; AEs familiar with aircraft applications of gas turbines will find rewarding opportunities in the design and development of small gas turbine engines. GAS TURBINE APPLICATIONS ENGINEERS Conduct studies and prepare text for application proposals and serv. ice analysis. Prefer ME's wih background in packaging techniques. it yea ore unable to meet with oar interviewers, please send a resume et your qualifications to: Mr.

Stanley M. Little, Employment Administrator, Department 8F4, Boeing Airplane Company, Post Office Box 3822, Seattle 24, Washington. For a confidential interview with a Boeing engineering representative Phone: Mr. Dave Williams, WOodward 3-0473, Wednesday. Oct.

15 through Friday, Oct. 17 (Eenini interviews may be arranged) BOEING Free Press Wire Services The United States asked the is being held in Connection with a suspected leak of rocket secrets. He is Senior Aircraft-mar M. J. Brown, formerly stationed near Britain's rocket testing base at Woomera, Australia.

HAVANA Rebel leader Fidel Castro threatened Monday to kill all candidates in Cuba's Nov. 8 general election unless they withdraw by Oct. 30, saying participation in "the electoral farce" would be a crime of high treason. LONDON Russia Monday renewed its charge that the United States send3 up spy balloons to photograph Soviet has told Russia the ballconsl are sent up for scientific research. SEfje gttroit Jfctt WANT AD RATES CASH RATES 1 Day 14c per word: 3 day In 7-day period) 39c per wor4; 7 days consecutively 4e per word.

Minimum charge 10 words or 2 linee. CHARGE RATES 1 Day 80c per line: 3 days (In 7-day period) 70c per line per day; 7 days consecutively 6()e per line per day; 30 days or more consecutively 55c per lin per day. Count 5 average words per line. EXCEPTIONS For transient advertiser? Tinder the following classifications: Repairs Services. Rooms for Rent, Board and Rooms, the rate is: (Cash) 1 day 11c per word: 3 days 27c per word: 7 days consecutively B6c per word.

Charge rate: 1 day 5e per line; 3 days 55c per line per day: 7 or more days consecutively 45c per line per day. Situations Wanted: 8c per word, per day. Advertisements set. in display type or with illustrations or border will be charred 2c per line over the above rates. Above rates apply to all adver-tisinr oriirinatine within the State of Michigan.

Out-of-state rates: $1.15 per line daily; $1.25 per line Sunday; or 23c per word daily and 25c per word Sunday. The Free Press reserves the rieht to classify, revise or reject any want ad. and is not responsible for errors after the first incorrect insertion of an advertisement. Telephone WOodward 2-9400 Death Notices I ANDERSON" Henrietta October 13. of 1055 Audubon.

Gross Poinie. Wife of the late Robert mother of Mrs. L. P. Rahm (Vera I.

Mrs. Ralph l.arerfelni Gladys, and Marvin sister of Mrs. Fred Fredin. nf Nashville. Tenn.

Also survived by e'cht trandchildren Funeral from th Vrhevrien Funeral Home, Mack at Outer Drive. Thursday at 2. AUGUSTUS Milton G. Oct. 17.

at Tnsilanti. are 9. lather of Ray. Harold and Lee. all of Ypsilanti: alo survived hv .7 erandchildren.

6 rreat-rrand-ohildren. Funeral at Moore Funeral Home. Ypsilanti. Tuesday at 2 o'clock. Burial in Macon Cemetery.

Macon, Mich. BAHNA Wardi. Oct. of 5S12 Hobart. dear mother nf Abraham Bahna and Mrs.

Amelia Zakem. also survived by eleven erandchildren and eirhf ireat-s-randchildren. Funeral I 'Z :30 Wednesday afternoon at the R. G. A G.

R. Harris Funeral Home. Cass Ave. and 1 o'clock at St. Andrews Memorial Church.

BANNING BnicA of St. Clair. formerly of Detroit, husband of the late Kate Catlin Bannmsr. beloved father of Miss Katherine Banning. Mrs.

arolvn Chamberlain. Alex and Thad Banning, all of St. Clair, and Mrs. Virginia Bochenek of Dearborn: also survived by six zrandchildren. Service from Cooper Bros.

Mor'tiary. H40n Mack at Garland. Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rov. William T.

Smith of the Enis-conal Church nf Wavne of ficiatmsr. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. BARKER Emm Oct. in Bcllevue. wife of the late Oliver M.

Barker, dear mother of Conrad Mrs. Barbara Cravens. Mrs. lone Cash. Mrs.

Ruth Mulhns. six erandchildren. four great erandchildren. Restinz- at Lehman Mortuary. Belle-vue.

Mich. Services Wednesday, 10:30 am. at Kalamo Methodist Church. BELANGER Joseph Oct 11. beloved husband of Emily: dear father of Roeer, Richard.

Jean. Maurice and Mrs. M. C. Tonilas (Jennettei; six Erandchildren.

Funeral from ('. Sullivan Funeral Home. W. McNichoIs Road. Wednesday morning- at and Our Lady of Loretto Church at 10.

BILLINGS Emihe Rcehm. Oct 13. 1P5S. sisler of Mrs. Harriett Roehm Stotts and Robert Roehm.

Funeral service at chanel of the Wm. Hamilton Co 3975 Cass Wednesday at a m. i BONTUMASI Vito. dear friend of the Vilo Var'o family. Funeral Wednesday a m.

from A. H. Peters funeral Rome. 12057 Gratiot and 10 a.m. at St.

David Church. BRUCE Brent Oct. 17. of S1.73 Prest Ave husband of Blanche, father of Mrs Leo (Esthen Hansen and Brent H. Also leaves one brother, one sisier and five grandchildren.

Funeral services from ,1. D. Marten-son Funeral Home. I'Zn Lawndale. Thursday 1:30 n.m under ausnices of Westate Lodre 520 Harland Lodce No Sfi5 IOOF Memorial service.

Wednesday 8 p.m. BULICK Tannasie. beloved husband of Anna, father of Adam and Peter brother of Eli. three erandchildren: also three zreaf-erandchildren. In state at Wm.

Vasu Funeral Home. 4375 No. Woodward, bet. 13 and It Mile Rd. until Tuesday 9:30 n.m.

Funeral service from Advent of the Holv Gho rburch. Lafavette at Sevburn. Wednesday 10 a.m. BULMER John Services 1 m. Tuesday st the R.

Harris Funeral Home. 14751 W. McNichoIs. CAMPBELL Pourlas James. Oct.

11, Dear son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Camobell; brother of Robert and Bonnie. Funeral from Harper-Mullican Funeral Home 16450 Hamilton, Tuesday, II am. CARTON Rene Oct.

13ih. husband of the late Erma. father of Mrs. Anthony Naoolitan. Mrs.

Grecorv Fexer. brother nf Odiel. Funeral from the Yerhevden Funeral Home. 16300 Mack at Outer Dr. Thursdav at and to Our Ladv of Sorrows Church at, 9.

Rosarv Wednesday evrniner a I 8. CHAPOTON Ethel Loundenback are 53. of 45520 Deshon ITtiea. dear wife of Frank dear daughter of Mrs. Alveria Gauntt.

dear sister of Mrs. Irene Anderson. Levon and Rev. Homer Gauntt. Remains st Milliken Funeral Home until 12 noon Thursdav.

Services 2 m. at Utiea Methodist Chunh. United Nations Political Committee to recommend no nuclear weapons tests be held during East-West talks in Geneva on suspension of tests and adoption of a control system. Russia, however, opposed it, calling instead for an immediate, unconditional halt to all tests. Ships Collide A freighter, theMarit Maersk from Japan, collided with an 84-foot fishing boat, the Santa Lucia II, in a fog off San Pedro, Monday.

The Coast Guard removed the dozen crew members from the fishing seiner when it appeared to be sinking. The freighter was not damaged. Jets to Japan The Marines announced Monday that they have bolstered their Far East air strength by flying two squadrons of jeti fighters from Hawaii to Japan in the first such trans-Pacific crossing. Eclipse Studied The Navy announced Monday that five rockets which reached altitudes of 150, 148, 142, 139 and 55 miles obtained valuable scientific data during an eclipse of the sun in the South Pacific Sunday. Surface observation was foiled by thunder storms.

IS'o Settlement The Westinghouse Conference Board, representing 35,000 International Union of Electrical Workers, Monday unanimously rejected a five point security proposal offered by Westinghouse Electric Corp. Both side's indicated they would negotiate past a Wednesday strike deadline. Baby A-Bomb A nuclear with a yield equivalent to only 10:000 tons of TNT, was test-fired at dawn Monday from a balloon A Li i tethered 1,500 feet above the Yucca Flat in Nevada. Other tests are planned for Tuesday and Wednesday. Macomb Reports 5 Polio 'Suspects' MT.

CLEMENS Five more cases of suspected polio were reported for Macomb County Monday, bringing the case load to 63 for the year. Two of the cases were from Center Line, two in Roseville, nd one from Warren. All are under observation at Herman Kief er Hospital in Detroit. LaVexkwXsw. lAAAAAiliJJs.asAi.

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Detroit Free Press
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

About Detroit Free Press Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: