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a-C Thursday. June 20, '63 SPEAKER GETS MANDATE Italy Tries Again To End Crisis ROME (UPD President Antonio Segni Wednesday called on chamber Speaker Giovanni Leone to try to form an emergency government to end the 34-day crisis which has plunged Italy into political chaos shortly before President Kennedy's visit. Mr. Kennedy is scheduled to begin his first official visit to Italy on June 30. Leone, 54, a member of the Christian Democratic Party, promised to report back "as soon as possible" on whether he could accept the mandate. SEGXrS SELECTION of the chamber president a choice which generally is considered the last resort in a national emergency underlined the seriousness of the crisis that followed Communist election gains of one million votes and the collapse of the left-of -center government coalition. The Socialist Tarty, long undecided between democracy and Communism, two days ajjo re'olted against its leader, Pietro NennI, and refused to support a prospective coalition under Christian Democrat Alda Moro. Moro stepped down as premier designate Tuesday. The 72-year-old Nenni, his policy line shattered, offered his resignation as party secretary but the central committee Wednes day night turned it down and confirmed him as the nominal leader. LEONE TOLD the press Wednesday night that Segni had given him carte blanche to try to solve the dangerous crisis as he saw fit. "My mandate is without conditions attached," Leone told 'WE'VE CQ3IE LONG WAY Israel Leader Asks Funds for Housing A tent was Yosef Almogi's home for six years as he climbed from immigrant laborer to become Israel's current minister of housing and development. Now his principal job is to put Israel's newcomers into houses, keep them out of temporary quarters. All of this takes money. And money brought Almogl, who Is 53, to Detroit Wednesday. His task was to sell Israel bonds at a testimonial dinner honoring Harry L. Schumer, president of the General Linen Supply Co. of Detroit, for "many years of dedicated service to the Detroit Jewish Community and to Israel." 'We've come a long way," said Almogi. ''since 1929 when I arrived in Palestine from Poland and lived in a tent. But we still need to build housing at the rate of 5100 million a year for those who are just coming to Israel. "HOUSING IS a big problem. We don't have an unemployment problem as you do in the United States. We don't have enough workers to fill all of our jods, ana wnen uiey come to Israel for jobs we must provide them with houses." A one-time labor leader who led general strikes in Haifa against the British, Almogi speaks fluent English. And the phrase he speaks most fluently is "forget it." What were the details of his exploit In the closing J .. - W 1 J ' IT .U uajs tii uu nar mm, mini he executed an escape of 4,000 British and Palestinian : prisoners of war from a German concentration camp and led them on a 560-mile march to safety? "Forget it," says Almogi. And what of his role in cap-"turing Haifa during Israels "War of Liberation?" r orgei it, ne says again. But Almogi doesn't forget housing. "We need more," he says. Dual Diplomat GUATEMALA W) The Foreign Ministry Wednesday announced appointment of Carlos Garcia Bauer as ambassador to Canada as well as the United Cfnt&a TTo will He ntntinnprl in Washington. CALLOUSES To reliefs callousea, burning, tenderness on bottom of fret and remove callous ask for theee soothing, cushioning pa da. ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS If -not lifd with strsnf. instant-lrylnt T-4-L, voir 48 back at any i'tt start. Watch infMtttf skia iloanh ff. Watek healthy skin redact It. Itch ana tarnlni art o. TODAY at all am start. 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Green, 18, of 22157 Saxony, was in the Macomb County Jail on another charge and will be sentenced on the vandalism charge later. GEOFFREY L. Wheatley, 17, of 23008 Beechwood, received the heaviest sentence of the remaining eight. He will upend the first 30 days of two years' probation in jail, make immediate restitution of $56.34, pay $150 court costs, observe am 11 p.m. curfew and put in five days' work at St. John's Cemetery. Fourteen Mile and Mulvey Roads, in Fraser. The other seven youths received similar sentences except for the jail term. They were Richard Pitlik, 17, of 22110 David; Richard Wood man, 17, of 21713 Donald; Rich ard Klingeler, 17, of 21720 Cunning; Onorio Catenacci, 17, of 24808 Grove; Gary Dombrow- ski, 17, of 24892 Dale; Mark Taylor, 17, of 24805 Grove, and David Oberholser, 18, of 16467 Manchester. In their raid, the youths knocked over more tlian 30 headstones and carried off some of the smaller grave markers. 5j 7 COURT GRANTS HEARING GI Killers Win Stay As Gallows Beckons DENVER (LTD GI killers James D. Latham and George R. York got an llth-hour stay of execution Wednesday only a few minutes after they tossed a coin to decide which would hang first on the Kansas State Prison gallows. The 10th United States Cir cuit Court of Appeals granted a 30-day stay for the- young soldiers, who admitted killing seven persons in a cross-country spree in 1961. The court agreed to hear an appeal July 8 on the denial of a petition for a writ of habeas corpus seeking their release. LATHAM, 21, of Maurice-ville, Tex., and York, 20, of Jacksonville, Fla., had been scheduled to die between 12 a.m. and 2 a.m. Thursday. While the court was considering the case here. Warden Sherman Crouse met with the youths at the prison and then announced Latham would hang first. "They flipped a coin and Latham lost," Crouse said. Detroit Area Obituaries HARRY MEER Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday in the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 W. Nine Mile, Southfield, for Mr. Meer, 66, of 19934 Shrewsbury, owner of the H. Meer Dental Supply Co. Burial will be in Oakview Cemetery. Mr. Meer, born in Hungary and a Detroit resident 45 years, died Tuesday in Henry Ford Hospital. He was a member of the Men's Club of Congregation B'nai Moshe, of B'nai B'rith and the Jewish Home for the Aged. Survivors Include his wife, Tillie; a son, Edward; two daughters, Mrs. Herbert B. Handelsman and Mrs. Arnold Wisper; two brothers; a Bister and eight grandchildren. OWEN ERWIN DIXON Mr. Dixon, 70. an account executive for Ernst & Ernst, .died Wednesday in his home, 135 Lewiston Rd., Grosse Pointe Farms. Born in Bay City, Mr. Dixon was graduated from the University of Michigan in 1915. He was a member of Psi Upsilon fraternity, the Country Club of Detroit, the Detroit Club and the University Club. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the chapel of the William R. Hamilton Co., 3975 Cass. Cremation will follow. REV. FRANCIS T. STACK Father Stack, 73. pastor of St. Hugo of the Hills Church, Bloom field Hills, died Wednesday of a heart attack while playing golf at the Stonycroft Hills Club, Bloomfield Hills. He had been pastor at St. Hugo's for the past 17 years. For seven years before that he was at St. Mary Magdalen's Church, Hazel Park, following 12 years of service at St. Paul's Church, Grosse Pointe. He was ordained in 1927. A native of Pittsburgh, Father Stack is survived by two brothers, John and Edwin, both of Pittsburgh. A Requiem Mass will be sung at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Hugo's. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. MRS. HELEN M, HUTCH-ERSON S e r v i c e s for Mrs. Hutchermn, 50, of 3030 New-burg. Wayne, who died Tuesday in Henry Ford Hospital, will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the First Baptist Church of Wayne. Burial will be in Glen-wood Cemetery, Wayne. Mrs. Hutcherson is survived by her husband, Robert F.; a daughter, Joyce, and a sister. MRS. FRANCIS MYERS Services for Mrs. Myers, 47, who died Tuesday in Harper Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 W. Nine Mile, Southfield. Burial will be in Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Mrs. Myers, who lived at 730 Whit more, was a member of several Jewish charitable groups. A life-long Detroit resident, she is survived by her husband, Sol F., and two sisters. DR. LAURENCE A. GARE LIK A Livonia optometrist who Jived at 21740 W. Hamp ton, Oak Park, Dr. Garelik, 33, died Wednesday in Sinai Hos pital. He is survived by hia wife, Kathleen; two sons. Robert and Bruce; a daughter, Miss Paula Garelik, and his mother, Mrs, Jose Winsen. Dr. Garelik was a member of the Oak Radio Club and Civil Defense organization. He was a graduate of Northern Illinois College of Optometry. . Services will be at 2 p.m Thursday in the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 W. Nine Mile, Southfield. Burial will be In Machpelah Cemtery. Deaths Elseichere John Cowper Powys, 90, author and poet, whose best-known novel was "A Glastonbury Romance"; in Blaenau Festi-niog, Wales. Vrane Sutton-Vane, 74, actor and author of the play "Outward Bound"; in Hastings, England. Roy Cook, 30, of Kansas City, Kan., attorney for the pair, argued that they should have had a court-appointed defense attorney at the time of their preliminary hearing, when they waived the right to counsel and waived the hearing proceeding. They were charged with first-degree murder in the shooting of Otto E. Zeigler, 62, near Oakley, Kan. Tork and Latham were arrested in Utah and told of killing seven persons in six states after escaping from the stockade at Ft. Hood, Tex. Their other victims were slain at Craig, Colo.; Tullahoma, Tenn.; Troy, HI.; Granite City, HI.; and two at Valdosta, Ga. FUNERALS TODAY AHelt, Mildred Bishop, Blanch Brandt, Marlon I. Breen, Sara A. Cairo, Anna Clamant, Mlnnla M. Buchler Vartisyden A. H. Patan Melnnaa-Desmond Bagnaac Schrader Crumbaker, David T. Harper-Mulligan Durnell, C. Arthur Hammond t Haat Garelik, Dr. Laurence A. Kaufman Ironside, John Mclnnas-Desmond Jury, Irene Winckewski Kalvaitia, George C. Weitenberner Kuhn, Mildred Harris LaDuka, Arthur 0. Weitenberner Lukes, Sophia Lesney MacAuley, John A. Santer McBride, Joseph Neety McGee. Wilbert C. A. H. Peters Meer, Harry Kaufman Myers, Frances Kaufman Piscoplnk, John G. EPoens-VanDaweghe Reid, Vaughan Verheyden Rosen, Isadora Kaufman Selbmann, Arthur OeSantli Stankiewicz, Anna Temrowski Stlfler, Theresa A. H. Peters Zablocki, Felix Wuiek Dtath Notices I AD KINS WILLIAM M., of 1071 Williams, Taylor, June 18. Husband of Gladys; also survived bv 12 children, 23 grandchildren. 5 brothers and 3 sisters. At the Tavlor Chapel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 10501 S. Telegraph. Funeral 1 p.m. Friday, from Tavlor Assembly of God Church. AFFELT MILDRED, of Bethesda Lutheran Home. Daughter of the late Herman and Augusta; dear sister of Mrs. Ella Kuchen. At the Buehler Funeral Home, 11930 Wilfred at Gratiot. Services. Thursday, 1 p.m. ARNDT ROBERT GEORGE, brother of Fred C. Funeral Saturday 2:30 p.m. at A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot. Member of Lt. Edward A. Hoffman Post lle VFW. ATJDET MARY, of 18513 Wakenden; beloved wife of Evangelist; dear mother of Mrs. Catherine Beck. Mrs. Mary Rummel, Mrs. Lutten-berger, John, Frank, Thomas, Le-rov and Charles HrHe; sister of Mrs. Cecelia Woodward. Mrs. Agnes Hobart, Mrs. Rose Martin. Mrs. Catherine Mayo. Joseph and John Loous. Services 11 o'clock Friday morning at the R. G. ft G. R. Harris Funeral Home, 14751 W. McNichols Rd. Interment Grandlawn Cemetery. RARTLETT ELLA, June 18. of 528? Bhoo, aunt of Margaret McQuinn. Delta Fleming and Floyd Lockwood. Funeral at the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive Friday at 2:00. REALS OTTILIE (Bielski). are 76. June II. 1963, of 12437 Findlay. Beloved wife of the late Leo; dear mother of Mrs. Phyllis De Guvera. Mrs. Gertrude De Filiopl, and John Beals; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; sister of Mrs. Doils Dose and Estelle Wrock. Funeral Friday 8:30 a.m. from the Gordon C. Crabb Funeral Home, Gratiot at Outer Drive. 9 a.m. St. David's Church. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Rosary Thursday 8:30 P.m. BIELSKI Tillie, see eals notice. BISHOP BLANCHE (nee Smith), June 17th. Wife of Charles W ; mother of Mrs. John (Emmalvn) Murray and Thomas Robinson Bishop; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Smith; sister of J. Henry Smith, Jr.. Mrs George Pfeffer, Mrs. Francis Blake, Mrs. Francis Koteher; also three grandchildren. Funeral from the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Dr., Thursday at 9:30 a.m. and to St. Paul's Church at 10. Rosary Wednesday evening at I. BLAHARSKI LOUISE, June 18th. of 38205 Ford Rd. Mother of Joseph. Andrew. Roman, Louis, Mrs. Genevieve Grzeslk and George Blaharskl; sister of Mrs. Soohla Marciniak. Funeral Friday. 9 a.m.. at Lents Funeral Home, In Wavne. Requiem Mass, 9:30 a.m., at St. Mary's Church. BOXXTXGHAUSEX RICHARD I., June 18. Beloved husband of Jane A.; dear father of Robert N. Tavlor; brother of Mrs. Gustave Engelbrekt and Arthur J. Bonninghausen. Services at Ted C. Sullivan Funeral Home, 14230 W. McNichols Rd., Friday morning at 11. BRANDT MARION E. Beloved wife of John; dear mother of Mrs. Marilyn Drouillard and John. Funeral Thursday 1 p.m. at A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot Ave. BURKE RHODA, June 18, of 8100 East Jefferson. Wife of Frank; mother of Mrs. Edward (Rhode) Andrews and Joseph F.; sister of Mrs. Mary Noroar; seven grandchildren. Funeral from the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Friday at 9:30. and to St. Ambrose Church at 10. CLELAND AGDA A., beloved wife of John W.; dear mother of William J , Dennis P. and David T.; daughter of John Koivunen. Sr., South Range, Mich.; sister or Reino S. Koivunen, Laurium, Mich., Mrs. Raymond Chapman, Warren, Penn., Mrs. Elmer Houghton, Saline, Mich., and John Koivunen, Jr., South Range. Mich. Funeral services from Read-Schultt Funeral Home, 21705 Gratiot at 8' l Mile Rd., Friday 2 p.m. COTTRELL C. MELVIN, 56. of 4161 Colby. S. W., Grand Rapids, passed awav suddenly Tuesday noon of a heart attack. He was with the Kelvin-ator Division of American Motors Corp. from 1954 to 1959 at Detroit. Previously he had been with Hudson Motor Car Co. many vears as a supervisor. Survivors are his wife Mildred and one son Warren of Allentown, Pa. Funeral Mass will be sung at St. John Vianney Church at 9:30 a.m. Friday In Grand Raoids. Burial in Resurrection Cemetery. Mr. Cottrell reoos4! at the T. J. Blanchard Funeral Home, Grand Rapids. DIXON ERWIN B., June 19. 1963. of 135 Lewiston Rd., Grosse Pointe, husband of Eleanor C. Dixon. Memorial service at chapel of the Wm. R. Hamilton Co., 3975 Cass Ave., Friday at 10 a.m. Memorial tributes may be sent to the Michigan Cancer Foundation. DUNCAN LEONARD E. Beloved husband of the late Velma; dear father of Lerov A., Robert E., SSgt. Charles E., Mrs. Bertie Kennedy, and Mrs. Kathleen Ockerman. Services Armstrong Funeral Home, 10300 Puritan at Griggs, Friday 1 p.m. ENGLER ARTHUR A., June 19. Beloved husband of Dell; dear father of Claire, Todt and the late Marion; grandfather of 2. Funeral from the Weitenberner Funeral Home, 13541 Gratiot, Friday at 9:15 and the Assumption (Grottol Church at 9:45. Rosary Thursday I o.m. GARELIK DR. LAURENCE A., of 21740 West-hampton. Oak Park. Survived bv wife, Kathleen; sons Robert and Bruce; daughter Paula and mother Mrs. Jose (Ethel) Winsen. Services 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 W. Mila Rd. Interment Mac-pelah. GREEN DR. JAMES J., June 18, suddenly at Philadelphia, Pa., beolved husband of Stella; dearest father of James, Corinne; dear son of Jessie Green of Texas; dear brother of William Green, Peggy Dunne, both of Texas, Frank of California, Isabelle Gehan of Adrian, Mich. Funeral Saturday 7:30 a.m. from the Lesney Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren. Dearborn. St. Christopher Church, 8. Interment Holy Sepulchre. GROSSMAN RACHAEL, of 11501 Petoskey. Survived by sons Harry N., David and Manuel Grossman, and Martin Graham; daughters Mrs. Nathan (Minnie) Fishman and Mrs. Daniel (Gertrude) Birnbaum; 19 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren. Services Friday at 10 a.m. at the Ira Kaufmann Chapel, 18325 W. 9 Ml. Rd . EL 7-5200. Family af the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Grossman, 3545 Sher-bourna. Death Daath Notices I HTLDEBRAND JAMES' G., June 19. of 19370 Fielding. Beloved husband of Mary E.; father of Mrs. Robert Gordon, and Joseph J. Hildebrand; brother of Mrs. Stella Rees; also survived by four grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 8:30 a.m. Hammond A Haas Funeral Home, 24501 Five Mile; 9:30 a.m. Holy Rosary Church. Rosary Friday I p.m. HTJRN NORA, wife of the late Charles. Dear mother of Charles, Mrs. Dorothy Thies, Mrs. Joyce Piper and Chester, fourteen grand-children also survive. Dear daughter of Mrs. Verde Powell, dear sister of Mrs. Jessie Booth. Mrs. Prudy Hall, Mrs. Letha Pa low ski, Clint, Perry, Joe Powell. Funeral 2:30 p.m. from A. H. Paters Funeral Home. 12057 Gratiot Ave. D3SEN HILDEGARO. age 92. June 18. of 13910 Roselawn. Beloved mother of Etna Ibsen and the late Arne Ibsen. Services 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at the R. G. G. R. Harris Fueral Home, 14751 W. McNichols Rd. Memorial contributions may be made to Augustana Evangellcan Lutheran Church. IRONSIDE JOHN, Mav 15th, af Carmlchael, Cal. Husband of the late Jessie; father of Mrs. Joan Turner, of Australia and Mrs. Elspeth Drolshagen of Cal. Funeral from Mclnnes-Des-mond Funeral Home. 16111 Woodward, Thursday 1 P.m. KALCZUGA AGNES, June IB. of 5274 Reuter. Dearborn; beloved wife of the late Vincent; dear mother of Verna Blasczvk, Sophie, May, Dorothy Grzelak; survived bv 5 grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 8:30 a.m., from the Lesney Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren, Dearborn. St. Barbara Church, 9. Interment Sacred Heart of St. Mary's. Member of Rosary Sodality and Ladies Auxiliary Chapter 15 of Orchard Lake. KRD3LER PHILLIP W., June 18, of 812 Balfour. Grosse Pointe. Husband of Nina; father of Warren and Phillip; six sisters and one brother. Funeral at the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive. Friday at 11. KUHN MILDRED. Wife of Clarence V. Kuhn; mother of Harold C. Kuhn; mother-in-law of Phyllis Kuhn; dear sister of George Roth; five grandchildren. Funeral Thursday at 10 a m. at the R G a G R Harris Funeral Home, 15251 Harper Ave. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. LA DUKE ARTHUR G . Jura 15. Dear father of Mrs. Patricia Porteus and Robert; brother of Oliver J., George. Juliana Munck and the late Anthony J. and Emmanuel. Funeral from the Weitenberner Funeral Home. 13841 Gratiot. Thursday at 9:30. and St. Basil Church at 10. Rosary Wednesday. 8:15 p.m. LUCILE P., age 59, of 6461 Del I wood St, Waterford Twd , June 19. Beloved wife of Harold C. Services Saturday 2 P.m. Sharp-Goyette F u n e r al Home, Clarkston. LUKES SOPHIE, June 17. of 5147 Maple. Dearborn, beloved wife of Leo dear sister of Bernice Janice of Chicago. Funeral Thursday 1 p.m. from the Lesney Funeral Home. 13201 W. Warren. Dearborn, interment Everqreen Cemetery. In state 12 noon Tuesday. MEER HARRY, of 19934 Shrewsbury Beloved husband of Tillie; dear father of Edward. Mrs. Herbert B. (Norma) Handelsman. Mrs. Arnold (Marion) Wisper; brother of Alex. Joseoh. and Mrs. Ernest (Rose) Klein; eight grandchildren. Services 11:30 Thursday morning at the Ira Kaufman Chapel. 19125 W. 9 Mile Rd. Interment Oakview. MORAN MAY, age 82. Beloved sister of William and Robert, of Port Austin. Mich..- dear aunt of Sister Rosa William, O.P.. Mary Irene. Mrs. Charles Heinen, Mrs. Eugene Kal-vin, Harry, Edward and William Moran. Service Friday at 9:30 a m. from John Chrianowski Funeral Home, 7531 Miller Ave., between Van Dvke and St. Cvrll. to St. Thomas the Apostle Church at 10. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery, Port Austin, Michigan. McGEE WILBERT E., of Charlevoix, Mich. Beloved husband of Alice; dear father of Arlington E. and Mrs. Lois M. Sikorski; three grandchildren also survive; brother of Alfred E . Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery, Mrs. Viola B. Lapp. Funeral Thursday 11 a.m. at A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot. Member of Romeo Lodge 41. F.&A.M. MacINTYRE REBECCA, June 18. of 10436 Bertram, Dearborn; beloved wife of the late Joseoh; dearest mother of Lome and Llovd Ratchford; dear sister of Murray McNeil; also survived bv 10 grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 12 noon, from the Lesney Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren. Dearborn; St. Alphonsus Church. 12:30. Interment Holv Sepulchre Rosary Friday evening. In state Thursday 3:30 p.m. MONTGOMERY ROBERT JAMES. June 3 ,1963 (At Gloucester, England); beloved husband of Amy; brother of Albert T. and Bvron S. Masonic graveside service, auspices Friendship Lodge. Thursday, June 20 at 2:00 o'clock. Evergreen Cemetery. MONACELLI ERCOLE. Beloved husband of Madeline; dear father of Mrs. Edwin (Amelia) Sanders, Pat, Mrs. Alton (Vera) Olson, Albert and Robert; six grandchildren also survive; brother of Mrs. Anqeline Sera. Funeral Friday s p.rn. at A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack at Vernier Rd. (8 Mile), Grosse Pointe Woods. Graveside services under auspices of Acacia Lodge '477 F & AM. In state Wednesday noon. MYERS FRANCES, 730 Whitmore Rd. Beloved wife of Sol F.; dear sister of Mrs. Joseph H. (Elsie) Deutch and Mrs. Norman (Beverly) Goldman. Services Thursday 10 am, at the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 1832S W. 9 Mile Rd. Interment Clover Hill Park. Family at the res. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Deutch, 20024 Canterbury. OIKARINEN EMMA, June 18. Beloved mother of Mrs. Aina M. Ansama ; grandmother of John W. Ansama Jr.; sister of Ade Heikkinen of Washburn, Wis. Restinq at the Memorial Funeral Home, 8033 Puritan until 10 p.m. Wednesday. Services and interment at Calumet, Mich. ORESKOVICH ANNA. Beloved mother of Marlon, Bernice Grabowski; dear grandmother of three grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 9:30 a.m. from the Lesney Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren, Dearborn; St. Bernadette Church 10. Interment Mt. Olivet. GET THE JUMP ON THE BEST BUYS IN THE FREE PRESS Notices Daath Notion OVATH FRANCES, of 7246 Coleman, Dearborn. Beloved mother of John and Alex; deer sister of John, Emll and Joseph Strlnsko of Czechoslovakia. Funeral Friday. 9 a.m. from the Lesney Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren, Dearborn. St. Alphonsus Church at 9:30. Interment Holy Cross. Rosary Thursday, 1:30 p.m. r ALL ANTE PASQUALE, beloved husband of Bettina; dear father of Angelo and Mrs. Lena Claglio; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive. At A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot Ave., until 10 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Friday 10 a.m. at me Church of Jesus Christ, Harper and 3 Mile Dr. PISCOPEVK JOHN F., of 5451 Townsend Ave. Dear brother of Lillian Piscoplnk, Mrs. Josephine K r a u s , Mrs. Helen Lacy and the late Frank Piscoplnk. Funeral from the Ep-pens-VanDeweghe Funeral Home, 6150 Cadieux Rd. at Harper, Thursday at 9:15 a.m. and St. Anthony Church at 10. Rosary Wednesday at 8 p.m. PRZYBYLSKI MARIE R., beloved wifa of John; dear mother of Barbara and Mrs. Dominic (Patricia) Morello; sister of George Kaminski and Mrs. Irene DeGreff; four grandchildren survive. Funeral Saturday 7 a.m. from Leo T. Sobocinski Funeral Home, 22121 Kelly Rd. bet. 8 and 9 Mile, to St. Bartholomew Church 8 a.m. Rosary Thursday, 8:30 p.m. QUIRK ROBERT, June 17th. Houghton Lake. Beloved husband of Alice Lyns; father of Linda and John; brother of George. Funeral from the Bargar-Smith Funeral Home, Houghton Lake, Friday. 9:30 a.m. and Our Lady of the Lake Church, Prudenville. 10 a.m., Friday. RANDAZZO ROSE, beloved wife of Anthony; dear mother of Mrs. Anne Rubino, and Mrs. Mary Bagnasco; survived by six grandchildren; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mika Palazzolo; sister of Charles Palaz-zolo, Mrs. Eleanor Abbate, Mrs. Grace Aiello. Mrs. Phyllis Giasone, Mrs. Pauline Pagano, Joseph, Mrs. Catherine Toranno and Peter. Funeral from the Bagnasco Funeral Home, 512 E. Grand Blvd., Saturday. Time later. REID VAUGHAN, June 17, of 8162 East Jefferson Husband of Edith M. ; father of Vaughan C. and Mrs Robert A. Radfke; grandfather of Mariorie L. and Victoria C. Robert A. Karen, William and Susan. !n state at the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Dr., until Thursday morning at 11. Funeral from Masonic Temple (Consistory Cathedral) at 1:30 under the auspices of Detroit Command-ery No. 1. Memorials may be made to the Moslem Temple Cripple Children's Fund. ROSEN IS ADORE, 15352 Snowden; beloved husband of Yetta; dear father of Gerald, Mrs. Charles (Shirley) Frost and Mrs. Gerhard (Arlynn) Nellhaus of Evanston, III.; brother of Mrs. Harry (Ida) Rosen and Mrs. Fred (Fanny) Blechman; eight grandchildren. Services 12:45 Thursday, at the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Interment Machpelah. Family at res. of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rosen. 19345 Lauder. SABB MICHAEL. Beloved husband of Joan; dear father of Marc and Steven; dear son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sabb; dear brother of Ernesf, George, Mrs. Mary Jan Joseph, CamiK and Mrs. Catherine Vardouniotis. Services Friday from Bagnasca Funeral Home, 512 E. Grand Blvd., at 10 a.m . St. Mary's Syrian Orthodox Church (Bet. Beniteau end E. Vernor Hwy.) at 11 a.m. SCH1XK BERTHA J., June 17, age 73. Beloved wife of Fred; dear mother of Mrs. Margaret Harris. Mrs. Howard Lienau, Marvin and Lerov; grandmother of six grandchildren; sister of Fred Remyew-ski. Resting at the Harry J. Will Funeral Home, (Livernois Chapel), 4412 Livernois, until 10 a.m., Friday, June 21. Will lie In state at Zion Lutheran Church from 12 noon until time of service at 1 p.m. Burial in Glen Eden. SEDESTROM ALFRED J. June 18. of 23711 Rockford. Dearborn; beloved husband of Stella M.; dear father of Arthur C. and the late Mrs. Ruth E. Hansen; brother of Arvid A.. Charles S. and Mrs. Melia Niemi: leaves five grandchildren. FuneraJ service from McCabe Funeral Home, 18570 Grand River at Glastonbury, Friday 1 p.m., under auspices of Detroit Commandery 1 K.T. Interment Acacia Park. SEECH LILLIAN MARIE, age 47. of 911 Lincoln. Lincoln Pk., beloved wife of Jesse; dearest mother of James and Lorey; dear daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zaehringer: sister of Alfred. Services Fridav 8 30 a m. from the John K. Solosy Funeral Home, 3206 Fort. Lincoln Pk., St. Henry's Church 9 a.m. Interment Wood mere. SHEPHERD ALEXANDER H., dear father of Mrs. Ardis Riske; grandfather of Cheryl; brother of Mrs. May Rob-ison and Mrs. Clara Muir. Funeral Saturday 11 a.m. at A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot. SLOwnt ROSE M.. June 18th, dear mother of Edward. Stanley and Robert; dear sister of Stanley Florkev. Mrs Bernice Malusi. Mrs. Sira-cuse: also survived by seven grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 10:30 a.m. from the Temrowski Funeral Home, 13403 Van Dvke, Holv Name of Jesus Church. 11 a.m. Rosary Friday 8 o.m. Interment Mt. Olivet. STACK REV. FRANCIS T., June 19, 1963, pastor of St. Hugo of the Hills Church, Bloomfield Hills. Brother of John and Edwin Stack of Pittsburgh, Pa. At rectory till 2:30 p.m. Friday. Transfer to church. Funeral Saturday, U a.m.. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. STANKTEWICZ ANNA, suddenly; beloved wife of the late Theodore: dear mother of Mrs. Arthur Kendall (Irene), Mrs. Edmund Cynowa (Bernice), Clement, Edward, Theodore Jr., Joseph, Herbert, and Thomas; dear sister of Helen Brzezinski, Genevieve Ponka, Bernice Weil, Angelina Zvzelewski, Monica Moore and Al Tucker; also survived bv eleven grandchildren. Funeral Thursday, 8:30 a.m., from th Temrowski Funeral Home, 13403 Van Dvke. Holv Name of Jesus Church at 9. Rosary Wednesday, I p.m. Interment Mt. Olivet. STRASEN ESTHER C, age 73. 219 S. Harvey St., Plymouth. Dear sister of Cordie, Hanna, Mrs. Clara Drews. Georqe, Alfred, Theodore and Martin. Funeral Services Saturday at 1 p.m. from St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Northville. In-ferment Riversive Cemeterv, Friends mav call at Schrader Funeral Home, Plymouth. Funeral Directors 10 The distinguished atmosphere of Harris chapels is created, by our friendly, capable people. R.G.&G.R. East: 15251 Harper Avenua LAkevlew 1-3131 Watt: 14751 W. McNichol Rd. VErmont S-7711 Ctntral: 4251 Cast Avenua TEmpta 1-1144 SINCE 1910 I I Daath Notices STIILER THERESA LUSNIA (Nee Kass). Wife of the late James; dear mother of Ronald, William Lusnia. Mrs. Barbara Oboza, eight grandchildren also survive; dear sister of John. Joseph, Anthony, Paul, Leo Cass, Mrs. Rose MacShara, Mrs. Helen Stifler, Mrs. Anna Dombrowski. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m., from A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot and 10 a.m. at St. Matthews Church. Rosary Wednesday 8:30 o.m. TODD PATRICK L., age 3 months. Darling son of William and Sue; brother of Bill. Jr.. Kenneth, Suzanne and Pamela; grandson of Mrs. Lula Love ad Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Todd. Funeral services from Read-Schultz Funeral Home, 71705 Gratiot at 8'i Mile Rd. Friday at 11 a.m. ULATOWSK1 BRUNO, June 19th. Dear father of Mrs. Fred (Bernice) Swiderski, and Edward (Emily); brother of Helen Bobinskl; also three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral from John Jurkiewicz & Sons Funeral Home, 2396 Caniff. time Wttnr. WHITE MARGARET (nee Murphy). June 18. Beloved wife of the late Thomas (Leo); also survived bv 2 nieces and 2 nephews. Funeral from Mc-Innes-Desmond Funeral Home, 16111 Woodward. Saturday 8:30. St. Benedict Church at 9. HTLCOX WALTER A., June 19, 1963 Husband of Ann Wilcox; brother of Mrs. Alpha Helm of Maderia Beach, Fla. Funeral service at Bell Chapel of the Wm. R. Hamilton Co., 820 East Maple Ave., Birmingham, Friday 11:00 a.m., under the auspices of Detroit Commandry No. 1. K. T. Interment Baraboo, Wise. WILSON REV. PAUL H., age 75. Beloved husband of Clara; dear father of Rev. Paul G. Wilson of LaMaraue. Texas, and Grace of Urbana, III.; grandfather of Karen and John; brother of Rev. Thomas Wilson of Detroit, Carl of Sarasota, Fla., Dr. Earl Wilson of Pittsburgh, Pa., Arthur of Columbus, Ohio. At the Buehler Funeral Home. 11930 Wilfred at Gratiot, Thursday. In state Calvary Lutheran Church. Gatps-t.ead at Mack. Fridav. 11 a.m. until 2 P.m. time of service. Interment Gethsemane. Memorials for Calvary Lutheran Church would be appreciated. Funeral Directors 10 BIRD a. MOTT EARLE W. MOTT W GRAND BLVD. TR 5 4" 55 JEROME A. DeSANTIS 670 CHALMERS VAJ 503 EPPENS-VAN DEWEGHE aUO Cadieux at Harper TU 1 700 WM. R. HAMILTON CO 3975 CASS AVE. TE 1-2712 NORTHWEST CHAPEL 1900 Jas. Couzens Hwy. Dl 1-13O0 BIRMINGHAM CHAPEL 110 E. MAPLE AVE. Ml 4-a0o0 IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL 18325 W. 9 MILE EL 7-5200 HARVEY A. NEELY . HERBERT H. NEELY MEYERS ROAD AT JAS. COUZENS 16540 MEYERS ROAD UN 1-3BB0 A.H. Peters Funeral Home 12057 GRATIOT 20705 MACK. G. P. WDS. LA -7700 TU 4-5500 SULLIVAN 14230 W. McNICHOLS 15800 FENKELL UN 4-2311 VE 8 8'00 Chas. Verheyden, Inc. Established Over 50 Years 16300 MACK AT OUTER DRIVE TU 1-8500 , WM. VASU ED. J LYNCH DIRECTOR 4375 N. WOODWARD LI 9-0500 Lost and Found 20 CALL MISS DAY at 222-6856 and let Free Press readers help vou find your lost articles. You mav charge your ad it you wish or take it to the nearest liner station to get the same low rates as at he main office. BRITTANY spaniel fern, orange and white, lame left hind lea. Vic. W 7 Mile-Lindsay. Reward. KE 1-5785, after 5:30 P.m. GERMAN Shepherd Pup Light tan male, choker chain; 6 '9, Boston-Oakland. Reward. 883-0122. LOST Girl's brown frame glasses In case. Reward. VI 1-6508. LOST Large, black, long-haired male German Shepherd, age 8 yrs . vie. 6 Mile-Schaeter. Answers to "Chesty." Reward. VE 5-6986. PAIR OF TROUSERS-Lost on Grand Belt bus 615. Rew. TY 8-9054 PARAKEET Green. Cavalry-Regu-lar, 616. Reward. VI 1-0097. $100 REWARD For return of lost white French Poodle, Toy male. Call DU 3-3520 or OR 6-5475. PEKINGESE and Pomeranian Female dog. Lost In area of 13 Ml. and Greenf ield-Brentwood St., Saturday night. 2-tone brown and little wnite on chest. Answers to Nippy. REWARD. LI 1-2844. PEARL RING, small diamonds. Cotoo Hall vie, lost 69. 646-4980. POODLE Black miniature male, lost June 15, McArthur-9 Mile, barren. Reward. 754-0884. PLATINUM diamond Gruen wrist watch, 28 diamonds. Lost Grosse Pointe area. Reward. TU 1-1548. SIAMESE CAT Lost June 13. Dearborn Heights. Reward. LO 3-7517. Personals 22 Anywhere in Mich. 264-2746 Fox Detective Agency ANYONE OWE YOU MONEY ? ? ? Collect anywhere. KE 7-5650. CO 4-5790. EARN A 13 DAY, all expense tour to Hawaii. To oualifv vou must be an employee of a manufacturing co. or service organization such as GM, Ford, Bell Telephone. Box 1 049. Detroit Free Press, 31. WILL THE driver of the red and white, about 1954 Ford Sedan, who saw an accident at Livernois and Vernor, Detroit, at about 6:45 a m. on April 19, 1963, please call Mr. Krier at WO 3-3600. Professional Services 24 BUILDER advertising of good taste with that all-imoortant woman's viewpoint. Call Dorothv Cloudman Oldham. KE 7-8100 . Transportation 32 AAA All Points 18311 TELEGRAPH 232-8400 Personals 22 BLOOD DONORS NEEDED RH Pes.. $5.50 RH Neg.. S10-S12 MIDWEST BLOOD SERVICE 650 W. VERNOR CORNER GRAND RIVER WO 1.5344 Funeral Directors 10 FUNERAL. HOMES Transportation 32 AAA Alaska. Seattle. S F.. L A Denver. Chicago, Salt Lake City TOP GAS ALLOWANCE 13550 GRAND RIVER VE 8-9?82 If no answer WO 3-8950 AAA AUTOMOBILES CALIFORNIA TO 5-5700 18018 WOODWARD This Is not a ion. ACE Calif., N.Y., Seattle. Gas ailow- ance. 2911 Woodward. TE ALASKA. WAJH . CALIF.. CONN-DETROIT DR I VE AWAY SERVICE 6834 W. WARREN TY 8 9773 ALL POINTS WEST L A., Salt Lake, Veoas. DR 1 5i9fl AAA AUTOMOBILES CALIFORNIA TO 5-5700 18018 WOODWARD This Is Not a Job Educational 35 A NEW CAREER AWAITS YOU IN MOTEL MANAGEMENT Men, Women, Couples Enroll Now Age No Barrier, Free Placement PHONE TR 1-4330 OR WRITE WHITCOMB SCHOOLS, INC. 2900 W. Grand Blvd. Detroit 3 AIRLINE CAREERS Reservationist Station Ticket Aqeits and Flight Hostesses Free Placement ( 1 8-35 H S. Grad.) PHONE WRITE! McCONNELL AIRLINE SCHOOL 2203 Cadillac Tower WO 1 2208 COURT REPORTING POSITIONS WAITING Sfl.000 TO $15,000 YR. SECRETARIAL LEGAL MEDICAL EXECUTIVE Evening Classes Short Term STENOTYPE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Industrial Blriq WO 28V5 APPROVED N S R A. ENROLL and secure your future at LA MAR BARBER COLLEGE Est. 1923 All modern equipment and facilities on one floor Minimum age 17 vears 12951 Woodward, Highland Park Phone: 869-4690 BUSINESS TRAINING Day and Evenings Enroll Nowl THE BUSINESS INSTITUTE Michigan Theater Bldq., 220 Baslev Call or Phone WO 2-6534 LEARN IBM KEY PUNCH AND MACHINE OPERATOR AND WIRING Dav, Eve. Classes. Men-Women 4-week courses available. Free placement service; terms arranged. Bennett Hoyt Institute Approved Mich. State Brd. of Educ. Call 581 5544 1 5706 MICHIGAN 1 Blk. W. of Greenfield I B.M. KEYPUNCH Finest traminq in area (6 weeks) including TVDinq I SWITCHBOARD RECEPTIONIST I 4 wks training, F-7 terms , rApi)iDi"-F SCHOOI S 2600 B'odenek Tower WO 1 5 '05 I LEARN BAR BE RING ! ! ' 3675.00 Total Cost! t N rlown oymfnt neres;rv. t Enroll Immpdiatply July Cts Universal Barber College 2123 Gratiot, Dpt. 7. WO 5-872 LEARN BARBERING A secure future with unlimited opportunity can be yours. Enroll Immediately. For information write or call: City Barber College, Inc. 13545 Gratiot, Det. 5 DR 1-5780 HIGH SCHOOL GRADS! LEARN BARBERING $675 TOTAL COST! 2123 Gratiot, Det. 7. WO 5-821" iTrada & Technical Schools 36 A BETTER JOB Learn bv Doing Practical Wo-k AUTO MECHANICS Auto Transmissions Auto Body Collision ACETYLENE. ARC WELDIN3 GI APPROVED Wolverine School 38 YEARS SAME LOCATION 14Q0 W. FORT S T. WO 3-069? BE WORKING LEARN YEAR AROUND TRADE Auto Body Collision Welding ENROLL NOW D AY-N IGHT WOLVERINE SCHOOL 1400 W. FORT WO 3-0692 DESIGNERS ARE IN DEMAND Learn tool, die and body design. E. S. Design & Eng. Inst. LA 7-1484 FULL OR PART-TIME CLASSES ELECTRONICS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. WO 2-5660. LEARN HEAVY EQUIPT. 4 wks. on eauip. training. Write I Key. 6330 W. 6 Ml.. Del. Dl 1-7323. ! R.E.T.S. ELECTRONIC SCHOOL 1625 E. GD. BLVD 975 5600 Seng for complete Information. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Male 40 A-l MEN-NO FEE MBA Bus finance mktg or econ $650 Jr draftsmen 1 yr exD $390 Jr ME grad S600 Yeager Agcv 1200 Broderick Twr WO 2-6292 ABLE Mechanic Experience necessary, 15100 W. 7 Mi. ACCOUNTANT Experienced banking background preferred. Send resume to Box 1078, Free Press 31. Age21-28-Dft. Free Coll. Deg Sales to S470 2 Yrs. Coll. to $450 Computer IBM exoer to Ssni Min. 2 Yrs. College S425 Accounting Deg to S500 Adm. Trainee Bus. Ad. to S47S Key Personnel. 2046 First Nat I Bldg AUTOMATIC set - UP man. New Britain's short runs. Must be fast in set ups. Southqate United Enq. Co., 21949 Teleqraoh Rd. 676-6900, ALBERT KAHN ASSOCIATED Architects and Engineers offrjrs steady employment and advancement opportunities to experienced Electrical and Mechanical Eng neers and r r, uransmen Interesting and varied oroiectl Including industrial plants, office buildings, hospital and educational institutions. 345 New Center Bldg. ASSISTANT MANAGER AGE 24-30 Intelligent. aggressive. able o take charge. Collections. sio trace and credit check in office and field. Must have previous collection experience, be High School grad. and own dependable automobile. Starting salary per week plus bonus and expense allowance. This is a career opportunity with AAA firm. Call Mr. Holmes for interview, appoint- ment. 965-4 153. AUTOMOBILE polisher, experienced! steady work. Must have driver's license. 304 N. Main, Plymouth, Mich. ATTENTION COLLEGE STUDENTS I will hire 6 students for full time summer employment. These position are public contact work for Independent concern. Salary is S90 per week, guaranteed Call Mr. Kaplani, 283 2288, before 3 p.m. daitV; AUTO PAINTEh and SANDER wanted, experienced only FLOYD RICE FORD 7120 INTERVALE SEE BOB OTT JAMES CLARKSON. 3111 SI. Jude Dr. You have won two FREE tickets to the movies! Call Mus Lee at the Classified Avertismg Department, within 24 hours, between 8 30 a m. and 5 p.m Ca'l 222-6891 for movie information only. AUTO parts store wants man oait 35, mechanically experienced. 13509 E. 1 Ml. Rd.

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