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Celebrate Your Independence The best rot to yor own personal adepend-aco is throsqh homo ownership. No investment is so satisfying, or brings a greater return in security end happiness. Resolve now to move toward that goal. By watching regularly the real estate columns of the Free Press Want Ads yea can be sure of finding the home that will best suit your family's needs, as well as the family budget. PAGE 5 SECTION SUNDAY, JULY 3, 1955 TELEPHONE WOODWARD 2-9400 1 Death Notices Death Hotlces Personals 16 Help Wanted, Men Wanted, Men Help Wanted, Men IS DRINK a problem in your homef Do something ahout it.

Confidential. Send no money. Write P. O. Box 88.

East Lansing ichigan. SWAN Helen. July 1. of 5585 Lnderwood: mother of Wilfred Swan sister of Mrs. Margaret Nelson.

Mrs. Cornelia Esher and Henry Schauon: grandmother of Lorna Jane Swan Funeral from Mclnne-Desmond Funeral Home. 16111 Woodward. Wednesday. 8:13.

St Cecilia's Churen at 9. 30 DETAILERS DESIGN CHECKERS Al'GTUEN June 30. Edward beloved husband of Helena father of Peter A us tee- Robert C. Hoffman and Mrs. liobert C.

Steele of Denver. brother of Peter John. Frank. Nicholas and Mrs. Georg-e Ketnn of Tacoma.

Wash also survived By seven grandchil-dren. Funeral from the Harper Mulligan. Ifi450 Hamilton. Tuesday 8:15 a and St. Cecelia Church at 9 a m.

WO 2-9400 Want Ad Rates RATE PER DAY CHARGE fAF fr Una fr Wwi HOSPITAL BLOOD SERVICE. INC 7635 E. Jefferson. Blood Donors wanted. RH POSITIVE.

S5. KH NEGATVE S7 Onen rtailv Mon Wed. and from 8 p.m. l.yOO. phone fnw I A WAPLES Harold July at ton Myers.

Fla Hnshanri R'rth WTanle- son nf irfr-e Rimnnt PfT.F.s AVti cwnnvtc riictricvc First Place Only laTse corporation; Detroit suburb. JT1IM ia55 Vjni. employment. 5 day week. Wattles.

At Chapel of the William i Successful offi treatment hile Mami Cass (working Dr. DeS warts Rental Clinic Monday af ternoon uneral service 5715 Second nr. Palmer. TR 1-7242. BERKE Rose.

July 17201 Northlawn "Beloved mother of Dr Sidney S. Phillip Harry. Mrs. Bn Dean. Sister of Max Kalmano-witz.

Samuel Kalm. Mrs Alexander Krawitz. Eistht grandchildren Serv 1 or 2 Days 3 to 6 Days 60c (In 7-dav period! 7 or More Dav 50c 12c 11c 10c i Cll'TH T1 CT-VTs ir s- -rs SWIMMING TAUGHT Prvate and group lessons Guaran-teed swim. Wa 1-844. TE 3-5213.

1 i y. A ,5. mandery V. l. K.T..

will assist Imerment in Iron wood. Mich. WOOURCFF Norman C. July 1 oeioyea nils-; band of Jean: dear father of Maude. (Special NOTICeS NOTICh is hereby given that the assistant collector of customs for this district has issued an order dated July 1.

1955. authorizing the name of the oil screw yacht MONA-TOANA official numhsF t'liifii const cull velv i SO or More Days 48c 9Jc lconaeutivelvt EXCEPTIONS fnr transient advertiser, under the following Repairs To Rent Rooms. Board and i' Situations Wanted, the rate. CHARGE CAH Par Una Par War a rittuiTs aim sanies Gorman: son or Mr. and Mrs.

James L. Weatherlv-brother of Mrs John Siry. Mrs'. Frank Frasier. Miss Gladys Silver.

Mrs Chester Jaziak. Mrs. Tucker Herd. Eugene Woodruff and William Bradfield. Services.

10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the R. G. R. Hams Funeral Home. 14751 W.

McNichols Rd ices Sunday. 10 a at the Ira Kiufman Chapel. 9419 Dexter at Edison. Interment Clover Hill Park. Family at the residence of Mrs.

Ben Dean, 18959 Santa Rosa. BIELMAN Frank C. June 30. of 19323 Shaftsbury; beloved husband of Erma (Riedell: dear father of Mrs. Mike (Mary Frances D'Am-brosio, of Trenton.

Michigan. Mrs. James (Margaret! Chapp. Frank C. and John D.

Bielman: 4 grandchildren: brother of the late Mrs Eva Myers. Funeral from Ted C. Sullivan Funeral Home. 14230 W. McNichols.

Tuesday morning at 8:30 and at St Gerards Church at 9. Fred Beaudry Post 128 Memorial Service 8 :30 Monday. BRAYMAN Alfrtd For informa Owned by L.K B. Chemical Product Corporation of which Detroit. Michi-fiVi-'i8 home Dort- to changed to C.

C. GOODWIN ACTING DEPUTY COLLECTOR DETROIT. MICHIGAN ZLOTO July 1. of 14887 Washburn: beloved husband of Sarah; dear father of Morris. Mrs.

Louis Malkin. Services Sunday 1 ri i -1 1 or 2 Days 3 to 6 Days I within i dav) 9419 Dexter at Edison. Interment Transportation S5c 9c 50c 8c 40c 7c in Memoriam tion, call the R. G. Harris unerai nome.

lo-Joi Harper. BRCZZESE Larry Arffreln Jnlv 1 IN MEMORY of Clayton Tmel who passed away 2 years ago today. July 3. 1953. From one who will never forget.

aErj 6 years beloved son of Larry and Alba. 'nee Paoarelli i dear iMomer 01 Kooert James. Funeral from resident. 22520 Overtake rr SPECIAL ENGINEERING SERVICE, LIVERNOIS DIE MAKERS Able to Work Any Shift MIDLAND STEEL PRODUCTS CO. 6547 MT.

ELLIOTT DRAFTSMEN (Plant Layout) Experienced on construc tion and production layout. CADILLAC MOTOR CAR DIV. 2S60 CLARK Employment Office Open All Day Saturday DRIVERS CI to 60; full or part time work vuuui luuiiv ior retired men. Checker Cab Co. U28 TRUMBULL TRUCK DRIVERS AND HELPERS White.

Pick hie- up salvase. Good Samaritan Industries. a. m. only Twelfth ELECTRIC MOTOR WINDING FOREMAN Must be capable of supervising the winding and repair of AC and DC motors and generators.

APPLY SALARIED Employment Office 3675 E. OUTER DR. Help Wanted, Men BRICEXAYERS Steady work cuou union man. rretmnm wages iau. i-ansmg.

ivanhoe 4-1414. nie a.s goum capital Ave BUMPER OPPORTUNITY For experienced man. all makes of trucks. Union wages. insurance, pension plan.

West Terminal. BARNETT CARTAGE 4226 MATBPRY GR A Butchers Meat Cutters Wrigley's stores have im 18 mediate openings for men with super market experi ence, oin a Droeressive organization now. Many employe benefits and op portunities for advancement. Aoolv Personnel Department. 13901 JOY ROAD (1 Block W.

of Schaeferl BUYER Immediate opening- for man 30-35 years of ag-e with 3 to 5 years of industrial purchasing- experience. Engineering- background preferred but not essential. Salary limitations commensurate with ability and background. Applicants send complete resumt. including- telephone number, to EMPLOYMENT SUPERVISOR KAISER ALUMINUM CHEMICAL CORP.

HALETHORPE 27. MARYLAND CAB DRIVERS, over 25, Must know Dearborn. Full or part time. Lor-rain Cab, 15100 W. Warren.

CAR WASHERS Steady or week ends. Daily guarantee. 1237 Michigan Ave. CARPENTER Semi-retired, help tmild sraraKe. give phone number.

Box 1886. Free Press 31. CIVIL Engineers Civil Service. 612 City-County Building. 400 Woodward.

WO 5-4200. Ext. 432 COLLECTOR, part time, daily, for current magazine, debit in Wayne. Mich. Experience unnecessary, car needed, about $2 per hour commission.

Family Publications. 315 Fox E1UK IJKll UIt. Collection Salesmen Established routes, g-uaranteed training- salary. Vacation pay. Steady employment.

Experience not necessary, we train you. Car essential Ask for Mr. Skelton or Mr. Geir-land. TK 3-650(1.

CONSTRUCTION Eouioment Me- cnanies. wnn tools- steady work extra benefits, ruodern shoo. Box 1142. Free Press. 31.

DIE MAKERS wanted exneriencd pnlv: 58 hour week. Victory Die and Gauge 8(152 Barns, corner S. Carev. VI 1-0264 5 CONVEYOR DESIGNERS AND LAYOUT DRAFTSMEN CONVEYOR EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL STEADY SALARIED POSITIONS PLUS OVERTIME PROGRAM 12755 E. 9 MILE.

JE 9-2210 NEAR HOOVER MECHANICAL HANDLING INC. HYDRAULIC ENGINEER Leading manufacturer of hydraulic equipment, located in the suburban Detroit area, has openings for men experienced in the design and development of hydraulic pumps, valves, cylinders and pistons. Top wages, pension, liberal insurance benefits and excellent working conditions. Permanent positions on a long range program. Excellent opportunities for advancement.

CALL OR WRITE GAR WOOD INDUSTRIES WAYNE, MICHIGAN LO 2-4800, ext. 218 JR. MOLD DESIGNER Plastic experience 2 to 6 years. SENIOR MOLD DESIGNER Ptasic experience 6 to 10 years Large manufacturing plant nationally known. Send resume to Box M-500, Free Prest, 31.

30 for or CHASSIS DESIGNERS To work on the East Side of Detroit. Top Rates, Full Benefits AeroDetroit.lnc. 21T17 Republic, Oak Park TO 4-5640 SEE WES RAVELL COOK 21 930 Michigan. exn. ghort LP 1-9791.

order. esigners For jisr and fixtures. Will also consider 1 or 2 junior designers. Salary. Excellent employe benefits.

Fisher Body General Motors Corp, 6051 HASTINGS 2 Blks. S. of E. Gd. Blvd.

CADILLAC MOTOR CAR DIVISION Needs DIE WOOD MODEL MAKERS INDUSTRIAL GAS AND ELECTRIC TRUCK REPAIRMEN TINSMITH ELECTRICIAN MILLWRIGHTS 2860 Clark DIE MAKERS With bender experience for tryout and maintenance. Apply DOUGLAS 5836 Lincoln ENGINEER Aircraft Stress Analyst Unusual opportunity in the newest of aircraft propulsion developments nuclear jet engines. Work in the forefront of a growing field with a pioneer in the aircraft engine field. This position involves responsibility for stress analysis of nuclear iet ensines. including analysis of complex structures, critical speed of complex rotors, direction of laboratory investigations (photo-elastic, vibrational, and coordination of problem solution with Research Engineers.

Qualified applicants will be notified promptly. Sena complete details of background and experience including salary desired. All replies in confidence. SEND RESUME TO BOX M-498. FREE PRESS.

31 ENGINEER Controls Design and Development The importance of small jet engines is increasing rapidly. This is an excellent opportunity to join a leader in this field located in the greater Boston area. Your assignment: create, develop and test engine controls and accessories of new and improved designs, capable of fully exploring basic eng-ine potential. Work involves component analysis and design, complete system design and analysis, and general engine control evaluation. Controls are largely pneumatic and hydraulic, including temperature sensing, feed back sensing, system stability, and involves use of analog computer.

SALARY RANGE Sfi.dOO TO S9 500 COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE Send Complete Resume In confidence to BOX M-497. FREE PRESS. 31 St. Clair Shores Wednesday. 9:15.

Joan of Arc Church, corner of Mack 10 a.m. Burial Mt. Olivet. band of Minna: dear' father of Al- Tred lilienther fl Vra innallou. Peltier and Mrs.

Herta Ri'eger: four grandchildren and one brother also survive, runerai Tuesday at 2 m. H- Peters Funeral Home. 120o7 Gratiot Ave. BCRKE Eva. July 1.

18909 For-rer: dear father of Willis: brother of Louis and Isadore Freedman. of n. Mrs. Dorothy feldman. Mrs Harry Meysner.

Services Monday it) a. m. at the Ira Kauffman cnaoei. a419 Dexter at- Edison. In terment Machnelah Cemetery.

IJAGG William July 1. sudden ly: beloved husband pf Lena, dear father of James Tvlrs. Margaret Mchhoht, Mrs. Eleinor Srader. Geonre irs.

trances Keener. Mrs June Brundag-e and Miss Ann Lee Brother of John A. Datre and Mrs. Irene Elliott, of Renfrew. Out.

Also survived oy rand. nudren. Funeral from the Harper Mulligan Funeral 8nome. loiao Hamilton. Tuesday 3 I p.m.

Interment White Chapel, under ousivT oi r.urea Loag-e Jfoost GARDNER Daniel Services 10 a.m. Tuesday at the G. Harris Funeral Home. 4251 Cass. DE GROOT Johnna beloved wife 7iof Sidney: dear mother of Barbara and Marilyn: daughter of Mrs.

Lena Reyst and the late Peter: sister of Mrs. Kathenne Cook. Mrs. Helen Holiebrands. Neil.

Maurice and Henrv Reyst. Funeral Tuesday. 3 p.m at A. H. Peters Funeral Home 12057 Gratiot Ave.

RlGASTMAN Ida of 18275 Prairie. XjJune 30: beloved mother of Hynian. SlBen. Mrs. Philip Cameron and Mrs.

Louis Levine: dear sister of David Boston Mrs. Rose Stone. Three erandehildren. Services 7iunuay. a.

Hebrew Memorial Chapel. 2995 Joy Road. Interment. Hebrew Memorial Park. Family at home of Mrs.

Cameron. 18275 prairie. GKABOWSRI Stanley. July 1. of East Forest.

Dear father of SiridiiK: latner-in-iaw oi Aaeiaide: irrandchildren survive. Funeral A.nc.soav at 9:15 a.m. from ttie RiWuiek Funeral Home. 19301 Van 8'Dvke at 7 Mile Rd. To Sweetest Heart of Mary Church at 10 a.m.

Greenwood. Member of Holy Name and St. Dominic So-XiCietv Group 23. GRADY Anna July 2. 1955 residence 4894 Whitfield: beloved wife of Thomas- dear mother of velrta A.

Funeral service Tuesday. iV m- JManey uneral Home, 44o8 Joy at Martindale. 10 a. m. at St.

Cecelia Church. Emma July 1: beloved wife of Richard dear mother of IPharlpfl 8 nnrt I naries s. and Richard sister of jiiss tva vicano. of Italy, grandmother of Sharon Kay Hicks. Funeral from the Harper-Mulliran Funeral Home, 16450 Hamilton; Tuesday 1 p.m.

Seaman June 3il. 1.674 Fenton. beloved mother Of Josephine ronhlei anH 41, l. 5(Redfordl. Burial Grand Lawn.

Kl'BE Mary, July 2 Funeral from nieces residence (Margaret Shoe- Elllott) 1618 24th St- Tlme 1. Bessie of 1700 of the late Joseph-K! mother of Mrs. G. A. Hild.

Mm. Charles Foster. William and the 7late Roland: also thirteen rrandchil-Midren and twelve ffreat-grandchildren. Funera from the J. A.

DeSantis Funeral Home. Chalmers Ave. at Charlevoix. Tuesday 9 a. An-Sjnuneiation Church 9:30.

Rosary Monday 8 CHE Louis A July 2 Hffed 81. of Sa81 Inkster Road. Garden City. Beloved husband of tailer Mrs- Evelyn Gunter. Mrs Elaine Dyer.

Viateur. Leroy and Louis Laundrouche. At Caldwell Funeral Home. 29611 Ford Road Mass Tuesday. 9 a.m..

St. Bwt Bp lajmine's Church. Burial Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. MINARD Charles June 30. be- .1, husband of Alice, dear father nnepei and Mrs.

Rob ert Boyrt brother of Miss Maria Mmard Funeral from the. Harvev A Neelv Funeral 16540 Meyers Rd. Tuesday at 10.30 a. PAGENKOPF vm. Designers Product FT 30 DRIVER exp.

with cleaning roure. New truck furnished 52S Oakland. DRIVER SALESMAN for furniture truck. Steady lob. jr 4-B3yS Chemical Engineer For plant engineering smalt iioou starting salary.

Benefit tilani retirement savings, insurance: including hospital and surgical Liberal vacation: recreation program and other benefits. Send qualifications, record and salary expected. Box 1145. Kree Press. 31.

ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DESIGNER Experience in machine tool controls desirable. MICROMATIC HONE CORP. S100 SCHOOLCRAFT Superintendent With toad iiflnerln ackgrsind. run a concrett p-ortucti and ready mix plant. Must be able ts ho challenging gosltioit with cemnensarati salary.

Box 1149, Free Press 31 ENGINEER INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER Excellent opportunity for a forward-looking engineer to work with General Electric in the expanding jet field. You'll be responsible for the manu- -facturiiig methods in a large- scale engine development shoo which has the most advanced facilities available. You'll be able to apply your knowledge, to the full in interesting work which include manufacturing methods, development and application of standard data, work simplification, efficient plant, layout and material -flow. while supervising a group of technical engineers. Location is in Cincinnati.

Ohio, one of the cultural center of the Midwest, with excellent, housing, parks and facilities for outdoor snorts. A LA RANGE: SS.II00 to $0,000 Depending on experience Please send resume to: JET ENGINE BLDG. 500 GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. Cincinnati 15. Ohio flVIATIOH DESIGN ENGINEERING Full scale engine and component detail design of new high pressure ratio, smalt size advanced turbines.

CONTROLS DEVELOPMENT Design and development of mechanical and electrical control systems Including actuators and serve-valves; analysis and evaluation of control elements, hydraulic, pneumatic and electro-servo systems. Help Wanted, Men EMS 30 DESIGNERS BODY DESIGNERS Full Size Layout CHECKERS CHASSIS Product Designers Checkers STEAM TURBINE PRODUCT DESIGNERS PRODUCT DETAILERS Checkers SEE MR. ULRICH PARAMOUNT Engineering Co. 1G25.E. Grand Blvd.

WA 1-300 DESIGNER For trml and product work. Some hydraulic experience preferred. Mr Ross. CADILLAC GAGE CO 25T0O GROESBECK HWY. DETAILERS TOP MEN' ONLY OVERTIME C.

Smith En. Co. 66 E. FOREST ENGINEER INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM ENGINEER GL1DEU MISSILES Expansion in the ruided missiles field has led to the creation of a new openin? with a leadm? company located in upper New York State which offers real technical challene-e to an instrumentation system engineer. The job involves: Establishing total instrumentation requirements; engineering systems to meet requirements and stib-dividins: them to hardware units: establishing reauire-ments on ground station equipment, and environment standards for instrumentation eauipment.

The engineer will be expected also to provide liaison with ag-encies providing- ground stations. Approximately 10 years' experience is desired. An emening- is also available to an engineer with a minimum of 5 years' experience able to establish test plans and execute tests to prove hardware design, including installation and necessary service to test site. BOTH JOBS CARRY ALL OF THE WELL KNOWN BENEFITS OFFERED BV THIS COMPANY. INCLUDING EDUCAT I A OPPORTUNITIES.

Send complete resume in confidence to BOX M-502. FREE PRESS. 3t Attractive Openings in SUBURBAN CHICAGO for COLLEGE 2-4 Yrs. Any Field TRAINEES ENGINEERS DETROIT Interviews See ounDisplay Ad Part Page 4 WESTER ELECTRIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEER Are You A Practical Engineer Interested In Travel? GENERAL ELECTRICS HEAVY MILITARY ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT DEPARTMENT has openings in Foreign or Domestic Field Engineering Here is a division-wide opportunity for travel in the U. S.

or overseas, with liberal bonus and expense allowances, and specialized training in a stable and expanding field. You'll have challenging work in the installation of equipment and technical support after installation, up-to-date notice of electronic advances, and regular contact with too engineers and specialists through staff headquarters. Aided by General Eleetric's educational programs and promo-tion-from-within policy, you may progress as far as your abilities permit while enjoying the benefits for which GE is so well known. THIS POSITION REQUIRES ENGINEERING RADAR BACKGROUND. AND US CITIZENSHIP.

Please send resume, in confidence, to: Mr. F. Jeffery BLDG. 30 GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. Electronics Pork Syracuse, NV Y.

sOOi.fi, Designers and layout men for sheet metal and body design. Excellent opportunities. All General Motors benefits. 20 ALABAMA MOBILE-BIKM1NGHAV GAS AND OIL PAID VE 9-9000 Alaska, Denver Detroit Driveaway WO 2-6095 CALL HAYES FIRST WE 3-9259-10 years in the business. TO ALL POINTS CATiTT.T.AC tlttiv'vi 13230 GRAND RIVER WAY SERVICE IE 4-5383 A L1 X- i Li DEALERS' DR1VEAWAY SERVICE Business 921o LTVERNOI3 WE 5-985q GEORGIA FLORIDA til 1 9750 GRAND RIVER WE 3-4762 SHREVEPORT SEATTLE.

GEORGIA. CAROLINA Many Other Locations Available CLAUDE'S. 9100 Mich. LU 4-1420 Educational 22 BUSINESS TRAINING Dsv and Evenuir Enroll Now THE BUSINESS INSTITUTE Miehiran Theater Blda. 220 Kasley Call or Phone WO 2 6534 PBX RECEPTIONIST Training.

That Assures A Successful Career You can Qualify for a pood position hi mat io weeKs. uav or eve-nine classes. FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Florence Utt School ACROSS THE NATION 2612 David Broderick Tower WO 1-5075 Trade Technical Schools 23 A BETTER JOB Learn by Doiiiir Practical Work AUTO MECHANICS COLLISION WORK AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS ACETY-ARC WELDINGS GI APPROVED WOLVERINE SCHOOL 14'HI W. FORT 3-069" A1RL1XE Ttttivivn FOR MEN AND WOMEN CENTR AL TECHNIC 4 ivst 415 LAFAYETTE BLDG. WO2-77i Electronic Engineering RADIO nftMMiimriTmvs APPROVED FOR KOREAN VETS Visit school or phone TE 3-4320 R.E.T.S., 3730 Woodward LEARN to EARN MORE "ENROLL NOW FOR MECHANICAL DRAWING -BLUE PKINT READING TOOT.

DESIGN DIE DESIGN BODY DESIGN SHOP MATH REGISTRATION: 9 A.M. to 4 EVENINGS TO 9:30 EAST SIDE DESIGN ENG. INSTITUTE APPROVED '54o HARPER. NEAR BALFOUR TEL. LA 7-1484 or TT7 1-2411 RADIO-TELEVISION RADIO-TELEVISION ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Korean Veteran Approved ELECTRONIC INSTITUTE 2457 Woodward Donovan Bide.

WO 2-5661 Help Wanted, Men 30 Free Press Readers FOR YOUR INFORMATION Free Press will not disclose the name of any classified advertiser using- a box number. Readers answering- box number a-ds who desire to protect their identity can follow this procedure. Enclose your reply to the box number in an envelope Jddress to Classified Manager. Free Press, together with a note listing the firms you do not want to see your letter. Your letter will be destroyed if the advertiser is one vou've mentioned.

You will get full protection. ACCOUNTANT see our advertisement for controller 18 87 6 Flnancial Section. Box No. Auto Mechanics Need 2 experienced men. We have Plenty of work.

A 50-50 proposition Cpme in and let talk it ver. Also a Hydramatie man BOB'S NASH 20001 LIVERNOIS AUTO SALESMAN Need two men to complete force Excellent opp. for aggressive men not afraid to work. Auto experience not necessary, will train. See Mr-Helm or Mr.

Agonian at Mack-Gratiot Chevrolet 3151 GRATIOT LO 7 "600 AUTO TRIMMER TOPS AND CUSHIONS Skilled. steady, benefits Uons. High hourly rate. and vaca- Write or Call PROSPECT AUTO TOP BODY Co "14 E- 14th- Cleveland 15. Ohio PRosoect 1-0977 AUTO MECHANICS first class Ford mechanics- 2 new car inspection and tune-up men-1 experienced porter: 1 experienced service salesman.

Lots of work vacation pay. See L. H. Paul. Gilbert i2'5Salei 10955 W.

Jefferson. VI DUO. BARBER wanted for 2 weeks berin-ning July o. KE 1-9771. 26257 Grand River.

BARBER $90 guar. Also shoe shiner. 27544 Plymouth Rd BARBER- -Steady. reliable, guaran-Woodward. WO tee.

7o 4-75R8. 2521 BARBER WANTED Steady or part time. 4168 Junction Ave. BARBER wanted. 7913 Michigan.

$80 guarantee. BARBER wanted at once. Highest wages. Colored. 4550 Warren.

Steel Brokers Foi large interstate truekinr company. Very little dead-heading Most operators are llin Call Mr. Falconer fop nartienlnr 2-4300. t'LLARD Multaumatie Operator ainiain tool set up DoubV Machine Products Comnanv 1493 Groesbeck Hwy. VE 9-12421 Bus Drivers DSR Immediate Openings AGE 21-40 APPLY DETROIT CIVIL SERVICE COMM.

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CLASSIFIED INDEX Accessories. Parts, Tires Acreage for Sale Agents. Distributors Airplanes Ambulances. Hearses Antiques Apartments for Rent Apartment Properly Auction Sales Automobiles for Sale Auto Repairing: Auto Autos Wanted Ballrooms and Halls Bank Loans B'ds and Proposals Birmingham. Bloomfield Board and Room Board and Room Wanted Buats Equipment Buildmir Propositions Buildin? Materials Bungalows for Sale Business Places for Rent Business Opportunities Business Property Bus.

Opportunities Wtd. alifornia Property iiieras and Supplies Canadian Property Cards of Thanks ars for Hire meteries hildren Boarded Oinstmas Trees Christmas Suggestions oai. Coke, ood Convalescent Homes Death Notices Iiiamonds. Jewelry Dogs and Pets Domestic Help Duplexes for Sale Electrical Appliance Employment Agencies tducational Exchange Real Estate Farms and Lands Farm Equipment Farm Products Financial Flats tor Rent Flats for Sale Florists Florida Property Funeral Directors Furnished Houses. Rent.

Furn. Income Bungalows Furnished Rent I urn. Flats for Rent Garagts tor Rent fVaraee Euuipment OreaterNo. Woodward Help Wanted. Men Help.

Men and Women Help Wanted. Women Home Furnishings Hotels Houses for Sale East of Woodward est of Woodward Houses for Ktnt Houses. Grosse Pointe Housekeeping Rooms Hunting. Kishing Places Income Bungalows. Sale Income for Rent In Memoriam Industrial Services Industrial Property Investment Propertv Lake.

River Frontage Land Contracts Legal Notices Little Farms For Sale Lost and Found Machinery and Tools Misc. Real Estate Miscellaneous for Sale Miscellaneous Rentals Monty to Loan Monuments Mortgages 1B1 151 5 16a 104 US COO 14J 15 i 14.1 ia W4 ftrt lftO 1-iH 15.1 7 S7 108 S8 1MO 8-10 9 fi 8 6 7-8 171 118 194 8 sis 17 174 173 5 1 175 1.S7 3 us llilS 33 l-3r! 123 1H1 IriO 14S tift 102 9 lit 10 Hi K4 09 OS 75 190 93 30 34 30 IfiH 50 90 HI 00 H2 53 H7 10O 63 3 21 1U9 107 112 130 12 124 15 154 133 177 19 141 131 .188 25 78 150 35 27 IB 103 159 158 105 110 128 45 114 15 110 5 54 31 37 3 07 711 4' 39 18 172 1 98 155 95 90 6-6 fi 6 7 8 Motorcycles Music Lessons Office Spaces for Rent Office Equipment Part-Time, Temporary Patents Personals Pianos. Mus. Jnstr. Plants.

Bulbs. Shrubs Poultry Livestock "Radios. Television H. E. Outside Detroit R-al Estate Wanted Repairs and Services Resorts for Sale Resorts for Rent Resorts.

Wanted Rooms for Kent. Rooms Wanted Salesmen Saleswomen Sewing Machines Share Living Quarters Cits. Wanted. Women Sits. Wanted.

Men Special Notices Sportsmen's Equipment Soort ars Store Fixtures Suburban East Suburban West Swans 6 6 5 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 178 Trade Technical Schools 3 i rauers. Mobile Homes 1. Trailer Parts Transportation Trucks. Trailers Vacant Lots anted to Rent wanted. Money Want Rent Bus.

Places W'anted to Buy Wtd. Mus. Instruments Wearing Apparel 1S 2l 197 10ft 72 14it 77 179 104 170 Death Notices ADAMS Charles Clyde. July 2. 1955.

of 3064 Morning-view. Birmingham: husband of Florence of Marian Adams: at Bell Chapel of the William R. Hamilton 820 E. Manle. Birmingham.

Funeral service at First Presbyterian Church, Birmingham Tuesday at 3 p. m. Tributes may be made to the memorial fund of the First Presbyterian Church. 4DDYMAX Florence. July 1.

of 3344 Roosevelt. Beloved wife of Edward: dear sister of Agnes Feas. Lillian Rench and Lane Renaulad oi ceiie tviver. tan. services 10 clock Tuesday morning at the residence.

Interment Belle River. Ont Can. For further information call the R. G. G.

R. Harris Funeral Home. 4251 Cass Ave. ALBRIGHT Edgar July 1 Beloved husband of Ruth mee Satt-lerl: dear son of Charlotte A. Al-bnrht.

Funeral from Mclnnes-Desmond Funeral Home. 16111 ood ward. Tuesday 8:30: St. Bene- Church at 9. Rosary.

Monday. ALLEN Paul July 1, 1955. of 11921 Boston Post Livonia. beloved husband of D. Katharine: dear father of Dr.

Jack Allen: brother of Miss Maude G' Allen, of Cleveland. O. grandfather ef Ruth E. Services Tuesday. 10 from the Hunter-Callender Fu-Boral Home.

13903 Terry, corner Schoolcraft, bet. Hubbell and Greenfield. Interment Lakeview Cemetery. Cleveland. O.

Deceased was life member of Wm. Perrett Lodge. No 524. F. A.

and Detroit Con-itory. ACBIX Edmund. July 1: beloved husband of Edna: dear father of Mrs. Leora La Plante and Mrs. Dorothy Bergeron: also survived by grandchildren and 1 great grand-rhild.

Remains at parlor of Sutton Son Funeral Home. 4147 Trumbull until Sunday evening at 10. Interment L'Anse. Hichiran 6 8 6 7 7 8 8 8 1 21 7 8 si i 5 1 fi 8 8 1 5 fi I ft I 5 Si 5 I 8 8 8 1 5 7 fi: fi i K't 8 g.n 9 5 8 sl6 1 3 12 of THE FAMILY of the late Oscar Wheeler wish to thank all the friends, neighbors. Railway Express officials and employes.

Rev. Perkins. and Mrs. Blanche Hanser for their expres-sions of sympathy. Monuments Red ford Granite Works 23436 Grand River.

Opposite Grand Lawn Cemetery KE 1-0458 Simpson Granite Works GRAND HIVFR fiJtfiR Grand Lawn Cemetery. KE 1-03T8 phone or write. No A RKAtTHTl. mcPl iv ni? MONUMENTS AND MARKERS AT THE OLD RELIABLE Sheldon Granite Co. Opposite Evergreen and Woodlawn 198QO WOODWARD TO 8-1725 ('all.

phone or write No ohliira linn THE LLOYD BROS. CO. LJ.re y18" lon yars of knowinsr how 2338 BOOK BT.DG WO l-762f Cemeteries BEFORE buying: cemetery lots or srraves in anv local cemetery, call i -oii-tp aiaite oner. 6-GRAVE LOT. Parkview Memorial Mrs.

Elmina Trumble. Duranfi. Mich Funeral Directors 10 DAVID P. ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME 1280(1 TWELFTH ST. TO S-972'l ARMSTRONG I03OO PURIIAN UN 1-5369 GORDON C.

CRABB 10996 GRATIOT LA 1-0955 COOPER BROS. EXPERIENCE WE INVITE YOUR CONFIDENCE 10400 MACK AVE. AT GARLAND VA 2-5885 ALFRED E. CROSBY 12700 HAMILTON AT GLENDALE TO 8-0900 EST. 1912 JEROME A.

DeSANTIS 2070 CHALMERS VA 2-5030 HALEY 16065 HAMILTON STJ 8-7200 WM. R. HAMILTON CO. 3975 CASS AVE. TE 1-2715 NORTHWEST CHAPEL 18800 Jas.

Couzeus Hwy Dl 1-1300 BIRMINGHAM flllPKl. 220 E. Maple Ave. Midwest 4 6000 HARPER-MULLIGAN 6450 HAMILTON SU 8-6600 HILLIKER'S FUNERAL HOME 2449 W. Grand Blvd.

TY 6-2233 IRA KAUFMAN 9419 DEXTER TY 4-8020 JOSEPH L. LASSALINE 50Q E. GRAND BLVD. WA 3-3082 HARVEY A. NEELY HERBERT H.

NEELY MEYERS RD. AT JAS. COUZE.NS 1654(1 MEYERS RD UN 1-3SSO A. H. Peters Funeral Home 12057 GRATIOT LA fi-7700 SULLIVAN 14230 W.

McNichols Rd. UN 4 2311 J. SUTTON SON TE 2-5100 VE 8-8100 4148 TRUMBULL Chas. Verheyden, Inc. Established 46 Yeara 19300 MACK.

AT OUTER DRIVK TU 1-8500 WUIEK funfhaY, homp 19301 VAN DYKE TW 3-4034 Lost and Found 15 CALL MISS DAY at WOodward 2-9400 and let Free Press readers help you find your lost articles You niav charge your ad If vou wish or take it to the nearest liner station to get the same low rates as at the main office BEAGLE: male, brown-white. 7 mo 629. on W'arren. betw. Wyoming-Central.

Reward. TY 4-4784. BICYCLE. Schw-inn. Lost Black yellow 5 reward.

KE 3-8583. BLACK SETTER, 12 620. red col. lie. 10634.

MA 6-2124. MA 6-3652. Reward. BLACK male puppy, lost vie. E.

Gd. Blvd. and Mack. Reward. WA 5-9256.

CAT Siamese, lost June 15 Small fem. Reward for infor. or return. TO 7-6086. COCKER SPANIEL, Black, male 621.

Puritan-Log Cabin. 1 swollen eye. Seward. UN 1-2648. Dalmatian Dog Pedirree.

large. 3 years old short haired, white body, black soots. Children's pet. Lost in the vicinity ol Alter K0. and E.

Jefferson, REWARD Ca VA 3-0751 DIAMOND dinner ring lost June 10. 15 diamonds set in white gold filigree, yellow gold ring- Reward. Call after July 4. VA 2-5068. PARAKEET Green-vellow R3.

Rouge Park vicinity. Reward. VE 6-6845. rAwsii: Diue-grav. B28.

vie. nyron-fingree. Reward. TR 2-128 PARAKEET Euclid. S10 blue.

June 23. 50 E. Reward. TR 5-2408. PARAKEET: dk.

green, olive breast 629. E. Side. Reward. LO 7-8589 PARAKEET, blue vel.

heart Skin ny." 62R. NT.E. Sec. Rd. TW 1-4353 PARAKEET hlne 91 Goethe.

Beniteau. "Joe." Reward. VA 2-24O0 SIAMESE CAT Year old altered male strayed from 1 52.2fl Marlow Oak Park! LI 4-4375. S100 REWARD for lost Miniature Doberman Pinscher dor. female: black and tan.

Grosse Pointe license. WA 5-0200. S10 REWARD for information lead ing to recovery of brand new boy's 26' Schwinn bike. green and chrome, with all accessories. Last seen on sidewalk In front of drug store, corner Linwood and Puritan.

Tuesday. June 28. Serial P39391. UN 2-0S17. Personals 16 Blood Donors Wanted Negative Southern Michigan Blood Center S744 Woodward TR 3-4150 el 8 2 I VI J.

MOTOR CAR DIV. 2860 CLARK Employment Office Open All Day Saturday flOHTIHENTAL AND ENGINEERING PORPORATION HAS CREATED MANY CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITIES FOR QUALIFIED TURBINE Siu.uguipr oi tne late William and pft, sister of Louise. uneral from the Harvev A. Neelv Home. 16540 Meyers Rd.

Tuesday at 1 p.m. July "55. of -l06. Greenview; dear wife of the late John: mother of-Mrs Sid Heppner: grandmother of Corporal Robert Heppner: sister of Mrs. Charles House Abner.

William, and a.dsorth,' 811 of Por' Lamb- trm flntunn Cowf n. -r. DM vyj 3 Position of unlimited creative opportunity and responsibility for experienced engineers required for our expansion program in the Gas Turbine Division. Work will be on advanced design and development projects. Ours is a compact but progressive arganiiation quick to recognize and reward professional achievement.

You will have an invaluable opportunity to build a fine future in this field. POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR SENIOR PROJECT ND SENIOR DESIGN ENGINEERS Also ENGINEERS and PROJECT ENGINEERS To Staff New Project Groups in Area Indicated leow MAJOR AUTOMOTIVE STYLING ACTIVITY Is Seeking Applicants For a FULL SIZE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM Candidates must be high school graduates with some additional training or experience in Industrial design or automotive surface development. Qualified applicants write to BOX 1135 giving name, address, telephone age, draft status, complete academic training and work experience Rd. Wyoming-. Tuesday at 1 at m.

la- pHIU PS June 30. Thomas A of 180b0 St. Marys, beloved husband of Verne: dear father of Mrs Lee Verne Geizer: brother of Mrs Agnes Hay. of El Paso. Texas, and Mrs Lottie Ehries.

of Berkley. 5lso survived by one grandchild. Services 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at G. G. Harries Funeral Home.

14751 McNichols Rd. Calumet papers please copy. RECTHER June 30. Aurelia. beloved wife of the late William- dear sister of Mrs.

Leona E. Perrin and Dr Elmer E. Ulnch. Services 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon at the G. G.

R. Harris Funeral Home. 152ol Harper Ave. ITLRICH See Reuther notice. ROBSON William.

July 2. 1955 residence 12381 Tuller. husband of Ruth father of Mrs. Mariorie Thompson. Mrs.

John H. Guess-. Cecil E-. Mrs. O.

Edwards tlr Fraser. Mrs. David Devene. At. Ma'ney runerai Home.

4458 Joy at Martindale. Funeral service Tuesday. 2 p. m. at St.

Andrews Episcopal Church. Putnam and Fourth SCHOENBORX John July 1 be- "uouajiu me jdie xeaia: dear father of Clarence. Esther and Martin: one grandson and 2 great grandchildren also survive. Services from the R. Harold Fnn.nl Home.

915 E. Grand Tuesday. P. m. Auspices of Acacia Lodge.

No. 477. A. M. SCHtTZ Mary, wife of the late William J.

dear mother of Edward Mrs. Paul Tipsword. Mrs. James Robertson and the late Louis W. grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren also survive.

Funeral Tuesday 12 noon at A. H. Peters Funeral Home. 12057 Gratiot Ave. SHONCE Roy beloved husband Eleanor, dear father of Robert grandfather of Robert six sisters and three brothers also survive.

Funeral Tuesday 1 m. at A. H. Peters Funeral Home. 12057 Gratiot Ave.

Deceased was a member of Redford Lodge No. 153 ANALYSIS ENGINEERING Excellent opportunity for oerody-nomists and thermodynamists with at least 2 years experience in control, performance, or com bustion anolysis of Gat Turbine Power Plants. COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT Design, development and directing activities en turbine components such as fuel, lubrication, ignition systems, transonic compressors end advanced combuster concepts. SEND RESUME OR APPLY SALARIED PERSONNEL DEPT. 1470 Algonquin Detroit 15 i o.tiMifcJe.in i.

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