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Ki) 8-D Wednesiwy, June 30, 'l Uli'l KOI I t'KEK PRESS Dentil Notices BAUM" RICHARD June 29. Husband of Violet; father of C. Mrs. Prudence Walsh, Richard William, Jack, Gerold and Patricia, brother of Katherlne. Funeral at the Verhey.

den Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Thursday at 10. Inter ment Tiffin, Ohio. BIRNIE HAZEL T. June 27. Wife of Murray) mether ofRlchard; sister of Mrs.

Alta ScottT Muausius iroden and Clarice Wlgman; grandmother of Laura Lee. Funeral from me hourfnn Euneral Home. 16300 Mack. Senate 11 Pet. Rejects Cut in at Outer Drive, Wednesday at 1 :00 p.m.

Retired uetrou scnool teacnai. Interment Acacia Parn. BUTLER madii vn. iao of Southvlew Defense Budget WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate voted down a proposal Tuesday which would have imposed a temporary 11 percent slash in the Pentagon's $76.7 billion budget for the new fiscal year which starts Thursday. At the same time, Sen.

Allen J. Ellender, gave at least a temporary reprieve t3o the death sentence imposed by his Senate Appropriations Committee on the Havana-to-Miarm i airlift which brings j.ouu cuoans a muiim ai hinoim, Senators had sought to at Cawleld, Ohio, formerly of Hlymourn, Maryland. Died P.m. yesterday at Northslde Hospital in Youngsrown, Onio. born June 11, in rAtrnlt.

AAirhlaan. Dauahter of Max K. Steege. Formerly tleanor Hoppe. survived dv nusoano rreo whom she married March 13, W43.

inree daugnrers, Laory Lynn, Jill Ellyn and Patricia Ann, all at home, in, enna ftrpnnrv Rut er of Aber deen, Marylana, Kim S. Butler of Austlntown, Ohio and her parents Max k. aieege ot nonor, ivviuinwan, one brother Robert of San Fran-r-io-n. raiifnrnia: one aodchi d. Ser vices 2 o'clock Thursday St.

Andrews Episcopal etiurcn. Calling hours Wednesday evening from, 7 to 9 p.m. at rne funeral home. Floral contributions go to The Marilyn Butler Memorial Fund, St. James.

fcpis-copal Church In Borctman, Ohio. In- Termeni cnampion niri vtmiviei Honor, Michigan. CALLOWAY LUKE June 26, of Southfield, suddenly. Beloved father of Douglas, Doreen, and Darrell; dear son of Mrs. Auda Ellen Tavlor; beloved brother of Mrs.

Jacqueline Jeter, Mrs. Heqgy Joyce Tolbert, and Mrs. Alma Gay Kulczyskl. Services at the t-uiwrai, 4u s. Lafayette Royal Oak, Thurs day 1 p.m.

Interment White cnapei. CAivifoALL FLORENCE age 84, formerly of 705 Military, DearDorn. ueioveo mother or wiadeiine CJ Felix, Mrs. John (Eleanor) Kopecky, and Frank Campsall sister of Mrs. Rose Austin; 12 grandchildren, seven great-arandcttlldren.

Funeral Thursday 9:30 a.m. from the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 22546 Michigan Dearborn, and 10 a.m. from If mummmmJtT' Jaw Sacred Heart Church, Dearborn. Ko sarv Wednesday 8, CARL tach both the defense spending ceiling and the termination of the airlift, which has been under way since 1966, to a House passed resolution providing funds for the government's continued operation in fiscal year 1972. Enactment of such a resolution is needed by Thursday for the government to meet its payroll and its other financial obligations because Congress, as has become customary, has failed to pass any regular appropriations bills in time for the start of the new fiscal year.

THAT MEANS that no government agency has authority to spend after midnight Wednesday. But by that time, the resolution, authorizing spending through Aug. 6, will almost certainly have been en- Sens. William Proxmire, and Charles Mathias, were defeated 63 to 24 in their effort to write into the legislation a provision permitting the Pentagon to spend at the annual rate of only $68 bil- lion a year. They said its approval, even if in effect only until Aug.

6, would have saved $435 million dn defense spending between i now and then. Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird said Monday that the proposed cut would have had a "catastrophic impact" i on defense programs and might have forced a 50 percent cut in military manpower. Proxmire called that claim "irresponsible and outrageous," adding of the effect: "Ifwould be difficult and pain- SEN. Proxmire: "It's about time some tough choices are made over in the Penta-Son." ful, I agree, and tough choices would have to be made, but it's about time that some tough choices are made over in the Pentagon." Twenty Democrats and four Republicans supported the attempt to impose the $8.7 billion cut on defense spending.

BOWING TO opposition which threatened final enactment of the revolution, Ellender withdrew his amendment denying the government funds to continue the Cuban airlift. It has carried more than 250,000 Cubans to this country and Ellender's foes said another 65,000 had signed up ex-posing themselves to the wrath of Fidel Castro's government. The opponents said the United States had a moral commitment to receive those Cubans who are working in the sugar canefields while awaiting transportation to this country. I I' ttmin.i'uijww.f mmj''jwwiwiwmii jiyjunuuun i vmi til ate 40 POLICE OFFICERS to 32. Min.

57'" Call 224-4333. Publications Assistant Work Involves advising student pub-lice "on dlrsctors regarding business operations and lournallstlc procedure. Education equivalent to 2 years college in Journalism. Work experience equivalent 10 2 years in applied lournalism. At least year ot experience with a profit making publication.

to 4.03 per hr. Send resume to Personnel Office, Room 202, N. Hall, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan 48858. 51 7-774-3075.

QUALITY control clerk for small Industry. To $650. Read blueprints. AME I CAN 862-2676. RETIREES Solicitors, Canvassers, pleasant outside work on our sales crew.

Can earn $5.00 to $6.00 per selling Detroit Free Press subscriptions. Short hours. Transportation furnished. We will teach you how. For app't call: Howard Carson, Detroit Free Press, 222-6649.

SALESMAN Sales Local, calibre. Mfr. of hospital specialties re-guires agressive, sell-started to maintain and develop established and protected territory. Hospital sales, office equip, or detail background helpful. $200.00 wk draw and hi comm.

Send resume to Richard-Allan Med. 1335 Dodge, Ev-anston. III. 60204. -SALES ENGINEER Start to $18K for M.E.

or E.E. 5-10 vrs. field evper. Pollution control equipment. Ph.

B. James. 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agv SALES Manufactured Homes (FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELFERS) EXCELLENT EARNINGS. Exclusive territory now open to sell Precision Cut Homes. Excellent opportunity for good sales person to work with established, aggressive, successful Company.

Now operating in 20 states. We enlov excellent product acceptance. Due to large number of leads we have, we need another salesman. Best home financing deal ever offered. Good automobile required.

We furnish literature and leads. Experience preferred but not necessary. Send us your qualifications in a letter and we will arrange an interview. Start with $150.00 per week plus advances on commission. Miles Pre Cut Homes 4500 LYNDALE AVE.

NORTH MINNEAPOLIS, MN. 55412 SALES Deqree, $9,500 plus car plus expenses. Fee pd. by company. Ajiderson Emjp.

WO2-5123 SALES 'Call on medium and larqe-siie industries. Sellinq larqe quantity ballpoint pens. Salary comm. exp. Will train right person.

AMERICAN PERSON. 862-2676, Sales Engineer Trnee. Enqineering degree to $10,000. Call Sylvia Bennett, Archer Emp. Ser.

963-8205 Sales Trainee $8000 Co. wants a sharp, married man who is a coll. grad. to learn sales. Some exper.

helps. James. 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agv SALES REP. -Over 25, $600 mo. plus commission.

Fee paid. 544-3767 PE OR MANCE PERS. Safety Engr. Man with 3-4 yrs. exper.

fire and casualty Ins. N. W. section location. Excellent benefits.

Marsh, 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agy. SECURITY and safety dir. Retail axp. Roth Young Pers. 968-7300, SCREW machine set-up man and operator, Experienced.

Utica area. 739- STAFF RECRUITER $16,000 FEE PAID Heavy experience in personnel and recruiting required. Degree. Call 542-3143 for spot. PERMANENT STAFF COMPANY SHEET METAL WORKERS Experienced only.

Must know how and do lay-out. Trellsite Industries 13760 W. Buenajfota, 835-5661. SURVEY PARTY CHIEF Reply with Resume Box M-658, Free Press 48231 Successful Salesman Want your own business? 4 years training. $20,000 minimum per yr.

Call Lee Zapp. 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agy SALESMEN? Check some of our latest openings In cosmetics, chemicals, drugs, electronics, food, office OEM, Ca II Career 255-5000. SYSTEMS ANALYST Because of growth a leading maior international firm located in northwest suburb seeks experienced systems analyst to desiqn, Implemen-tate and revise systems for large IBM scale computers. Send resume with salary requirements to Box 1837, Free Press 48231. An equal opportunity employer TFCHNICAL REP Fee Paid Eager grad will be trained by Industry leader in chemistry.

Call 961- 6256, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. PFRAAANFNT STAFF COMPANY TIME and Tide wait for no one, neither should vou. Ca NOW. wjonn CHOATE CHOATE TRACTOR MECHANICS All around men. Diesel experience preferred, but will consider others Contact Steve Darcey 291-7000 9 AM to 3 PM.

daily, An egual opportunity employer. Educational 35 GO AIRLINE Train for positions as Reserve-tionists. Ticket Agents, Ground Hostesses, Ramp Agents, etc. Study at home followed by resident training. National placement assistance.

UNIVERSAL AIRLINES PERSONNEL SCHOOLS Dept. 1115 1901 N.W. 7th street Miami, Florida, 33125 OR For Immediate Information WRITE Suite 6-B, 595 Forrest Avenua Plymouth, Mich. 48170 PHONE: (313 455-0981 Train To Be HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Learn to operate Bulldozers, Draglines, Cranes, Scrapers, Loaders, Trenchers, at our modern facility. A hiqh-paid career is open to ambitious men.

UNIVERSAL HEAVY CONSTRUCTION SCHOOLS Dept. 1115 1901 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida, 33125 OR For Immediate Information WRITE Suite 6-B, 595 Forrest Avenua Plymouth, Mich. 48170 TOUR HOT mt TO A BETTER JOB 444-1044 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

SAT. 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Computer Programmer Computer Operator CLASSES STARTING NOW DAY AFTERNOON EVENING An Educational Service of a Computer Manufacturer CONTROL DATA INSTITUTE 40 FOOD SERVICE RESTAURANT-SNACK BAR PER- SfiNNPL Needed for Belle Isle. Interview Thursday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

at Belle Isle iasmo, iiia tioor, PISI TTNGINFER. ELEC. Exper. In repair servicing computers. Excellent co.

and future. Ph. E. Davis, 353-6500. SNELLING 8.

SNELLING agy; INSURANCE ALL POSITIONS FEE PAID UNDERWRITERS (4) to 2K ACCT. EXEC, (commercial) To liK SELECTIVE PERSONNEL 963-3540 JANITORS, full and part-time, all areas, uei. ana suourus. mijmiv y-11 :30 a.m., 5715 Rlvard; Job Hunting? Over 21. Call Career Pers.

255-5000 iiimp nw THIS Dynamic co. wants promotable trainee. Any coll. Is advantageous. $7,000.

pn. FranK Knigni, jaj-nauu. SNELLING 8. SNELLING Management Trainees ALL POSITIONS Ptt Aiu DEGREE $606 mo. 3 vrs.

college $585 mo. 2 yrs. college $573 mo. Arttl tmrl, fnr flnanrlal pnmnanv. 96tJ54p MANAGER, experienced in temp em-nlnwment servire field.

NO FEE. 544-3767 PERFORMANCE PERS. MANAGEMENT trainee. HSG, no evn ner e-G 1. oreferred.

544-3767 Performance Pers. UAMACD TDAIUCC Nat'l rapid advancement. Excellent startinq salary, bonus, benefits. Ph. Mr.

Knldht, 353-6500. SNELLING 8. SNELLING agy. MDSE. coordinator-sales analysis.

planning ana aisirmtnon, iz-ie m. Kotn roung rers. voo-juu. MECHAN ICS-full or part time to work afternoons and evenings. Jumoo Ice Cream, 340J9 Scboocratt, Livonia.

mry mm nFsiGN 8. SALES Two yrs. exper. Reloc. expenses pd.

in mw avail. X12-17K. Ph. Joe. 274-9000 apy MAINTFN ANIfF MAN Modern hotel bldq.

In New Center area, requires well rounded and exo. man to handle all aspects of repairs and maintenance. Good sal. and reply with past exp, to Box 1 881, Free press 481 MAINTENANCE MAN For 2nd shift in vacuum, forming plastic plant. Permanent.

Must have good working knowledge of electricity. Min. 5 yrs. fringe benefits. Troy area.

Call 647-7070 between 9-11 a.m. MACHINE repair machinists lathe, mill, weld, braze, some elec. knowl- edge helpful. 2W-24Z6. MALE security, armed, uniform, full Or parT Time.

oriLKiey wany TW 1-7373. MANAGEMENT TRNEE $650 FEE PAID Company car expenses -Hncen-tive plan very successful training program. Call 961-6256, 9 a.m.-" p.m. PERMANENT STAJjtLCOMPANY. unnpi Prnfesslnnals or those who aualify for fashion photo.

TV America Beauty Model Agency. WO 3- 4546. LO 2-8889, PR 3-2000. NIGHT JANITORIAL SUPERVISOR rtnanlfla Pvrellent fttart. ing salary and fringe benefits.

Must De aepenaaoie, experienucu anu references. Call 865-9303 for appomtmenT OFFICE lob with CO. $475 mo HSG 21 plus, American Personnel, 11000 W. McNichols, 862-2676. Opportunity in Southern' California 'Die Cast Supervisor Manufacturer of builders hardware is seeking a suoervisor for newly installed zinc die casting department.

A minimum of 5 years supervisory experience in all phases of high aualitv automatic zinc die casting including tooling and equipment annina is required. The ability to train personnel in the best techniques of "die casting is desired. Send resume with salary require ments to: WEISER COMPANY Division of Norrls Industries 4 1 00 Ardmore Avenue South Gate, California An Equal Opportunity Employer Plctnt ManaaerChem BS CHEM. Chem plant re quires exper. in cnemicen nrausiry.

Dyestuffs. Penma. Phone Hines. 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agy Programmer Because of growth a major international firm located In northwest suburb seeks experienced programmer to design and implementate systems for large IBM scale computers. Send resume with salary requirements to Box 1836, Free Press 48231.

An equal opporruniTy employer PURCHASING AGENT 15,000 FEE PAID Multi-plant needs a vrs. exp. BUYER Exp. In purchasing office supplies and ent. fee paid.

Call 542-3143 for appt. PE RMANbfN I aiarr i Personals 22 BLOOD DONORS NEEDED RH NEG. $10412 RH POS. $7.00 MIDWEST BLOOD SERVICE 2471 GRAND RIVER WO 1-5344 Educational 35 An Exciting Career MOTEL MANAGEMENT Train for high pavinq jobs as Manaqers, Executive Housekeepers, Front Desk, etc. Study at home followed by practical training at school-owned motel in Miami Beach of Las Veqas.

Free National Placement Service. UNIVERSAL MOTEL SCHOOL Dept. S1115 1901 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida, 3312S OR For Immediate Information WRITE Suite -B, 595 Forrest Avenut Plymouth, Mich. 48170 PHONE: (313) 455-0981 An Excellent Career INSURANCE ADJUSTER Adjusters and Investigators are needed, to handle the qreat increase in claims.

Good salary, company car, and expenses usually furnished. Train for this wide open field. INSURANCE ADJUSTERS SCHOOL Dept. 1115 1901 N.W. 7th Street Miami.

Florida, 33125 OR For Immediate Information WRITE Suite 6-B, 595 Forrest Avenue Plymouth, Mich 48170 (313) 455-0981 Help Wanted, Male 22 SIDE OF BEEF for your freezer. Cut to your order. Hlqhland, Mich. Dun-leavy Sons. 887-5295.

Transportation 32 AAA AUTO DRIVEWAY CALIF (SEATTLE SALT LAKE CITY 491-7800 13116 Grand River Detroit 48227 AAA CARS WAITING SEATTLE OREGON 18018 WOODWAKUAVE. BOOAa. ACE TRANSPORT Texas, Seattle. 3 1 av wooawara. pjj-iuu.

rRIVFAWAY SERVICE 931-0620 9970 GRAND RIVER Educational 35 "Tree real estate classes session tormina now. Investi gate the career opportunity offered in Real Estate. Tremendous earning potential, lan miss Niein, y-o, 368-0616. Trade Technical Schools 36 LEARN Bulldozers, graders, drag lines, crane, neia Training, v.u. appr.

Greer, Mich. off. LEARN Diesel Truck Driving Over Tne roou unu namuiy, any. Train for Top Pay Opportunities In RADIOBROADCASTING Approved for Veteran Training BUDGET Tuition Plan Day and Evening Classes Now Forming Placement Service CALL MR. DAVIS 962-5660 ELECTRONICS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY and educational service of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation 2473 Woodward Ave.

Detroit Help Wanted, Male 40 Account Executive Insurance Agency $15,000 plus salary. Good technical and servicing exDerience. Insurance accounts desired but not essential. Aqe over 25 years. Immediate availability would be helpful.

Our company ratinq equals D.B. AAA-1. Forward resume in complete confidence to Box 1873, t-ree press mu Acctnq Cost Control Very large co. Salary $15,000, must naveexper. in cost, supervisory, inv, Control.

Call Joe Rons. 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agy AGGRESSIVE young man to make pizzas tjooo pay, gooa wornmq benefits. 20210 W. 8 Mile after 4 p.m. AAA COLLEGE? GRAD OR NON-GRAD Manv excellent openings In account inq, claims, clerical EDP, engineer- inq, management, ptjrauniMi anu so les.

can career to-jaiu. All-Trt ET-LI A Kl Trim-Heavy-and-Prep Shop DOWNTOWN FORD INC. Apply in person or call 963-4700 for appuiiiHiieui. Auto Supplies Hardware Exoer. Dept.

prefred. with large volume, i cnna XX. AAA I a a 7 rn 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE tgv AUTOMOTIVE prototypes, sheet merai rapricaiors. mppiy oi -wo Goddard, Romulus, or call Mr. N.

Miller, 941-oaou, a-s. BARBER Master for natural shop. 1U545 snoemaner, yj-roau. BARBER Wanted, steady, to replace 6-vear man. 23801 John R.

Union Shop. 544-3371 BARBER for vacation, July 30 through Aug. 21. lau 6ftB-yiu eves, oi-rooo BARBE Steady-stylist or appren. uascoia oaroers, win niuui, 2733.

BARBER or Apprentice, with experience. 827 N. Inkster Garden UTV. BOY 16 years or older, to work from your own home on Ice cream bikes in Taylor, Allen Park, Lincoln Park, Telegraph Schoolcraft area and Redford Twp. Must have garage.

$30 a week guaranteed plus comm. can 386-yv. Barber steady. 19055 Middiebelt S. ot 7 Mile.

4-yjL BORON OIL CO. Mechanic Service Station equipment. 444-8450, ext. 56 or 5, Civil Enar Deareed Surface survey work, asst. prolect engr.

Dewatering construction hknrnd. helnflll. E. HineS. 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agy Clnims SuDervisor Due fo expansion, multi-line suov.

needed In Cincinnati, Toronto and 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agy CAR WASHERS Experienced. 5teaJV ana ween-ena rieis wuu VV dad li lPU i.ii".imu CLERK In order dept. for candy and tobacco wnoiesaier5. I LAN V0-xo. CHEMIST-ENGINEER Experienced In high density Skinning foams.

Background should Include methods and eguipt. needed for Volume Production. Rare oppty. to loin very progressive organization at the Top. Please submit resume and salary required to Box M-659, Free press, CIVIL ENGINEER Deqree Will Train r-ee raia SELECTIVE PERSONNEL 963-3540 -A DDCMTCD Cacl evn hniite roughers only, steady work, downriver, Troy, Southfield areas.

Call POPLARS 425-3131. Chem Sales, Full Line of 450 specialty Items to gov't and indtry. accts. $10k 1st yr. Be fam- man.

can mr. diuwi, 352-3000 CHOATE 8. CHOATE agy. COOK needed for temporary lob. 1- p.m.

snm oy tnevruiei vvwion lant, JU5UU mound uore. Wa arren. im-uiu. COLLEGE STUDENTS We have roorri for 2 door to door solicitors on our permanent sales crew. Can earn $5.00 to $6.00 per hour.

Short hours. Continue your education. We will teach you how. For app't Call: Howard Carson, Detroit Free Press, 222-6694. COMMISSION AGENT.

traffic for Milwaukee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Carolina's, Georgia. Highest commission. Weekly settlements. Phone Detroit 584-760. COST clerks, experienced.

Bricklev airy i-arms, i vv uCAniMn CBT.IID LULL, ncnwinw ji- Experienced. Top rates. Excellent peneriTS. moire yjj-uy. DIESETTER and press maintenance man neeaea Toriirsi suti in auiumu-tive stamping plant.

Diemakers need not apply. Be prepared to start immediately. Apply Perfect Manufac- turmg iiu aouTer imy. DOWNRIVER AREA Needed 10 students. 17 or over, part time or full time, $1.75 sal per hr plus bonus, assisting Fuller Brush Mgr.

Must have neat appearance, apply 10 a.m. Thurs. or Fn. MESC 1 234 Biggie, DRIVERS We're offering food pay fringe benefits a chance to be you're own boss. We want men and women with a valid driver's license, over 21, who want this opportunity.

Apply 9-12, 13214 Grand River or 8235 Gratiot. Equal opportunity em ployer EXPERIENCED service station at-tendantT aoe 30 to 45. 4125 W. 8 Ml corner Livernois. Ask for Mr.

Brown. r-i pronMir Tern can bring $11,000 In this fee paid position with growing co. CaM Mr. Walker 759-2710 Career Pers. Fxn.

Ins. Adjuster With 3 vrs. exper. great jn muitl claims, excel, co. and oopty.

Come In nr rail Jne Rons. 352-3000 CHOATE CHOATE agy ENGINEER MANUFACTURING-INDUSTRIAL Methods, Cost, Time Study. Stampings, Weld, Pumps $15,000 plus oppty. Fee paid. Duane I.

Wilson Assoc-Agy. Engineer Elect Employer pays fee for man with product development exp. $15,000. Call 961-6256, 9: a.m. -9 P.m.

PEKMAIMfc.NI aiwrwirni Electronic IK Mrs. Adam, 255-5000. Career Pers. EXPERIENCED Mechanic for ln- OUSTriai ivnb swmy iiiaiimc. salary and fringe benefits.

Dapper-Do Company, 5359 Dixie Hwy. i JDT)0 priuqcpui it miuiiHQM EXPERIENCE In on-spot factory specification repair of pneumatic and hydraulic cylinders. Box 1874, Free press m. IMMEDIATE Position for delivery boys. Pizza Hut, 864-4814 Personals I STUDER I GEORGE.

Dear brother of Martin, Sylvester, Adele, Louise and Alma. Funoral Friday 9 a.m. from the A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot and 9:30 a.m.

at St. David Church. Rosary Thursday at 8 P.m. SZYDLOWSKI ALAN June 28, suddenly. Dear son of Joseph and Beverly (nee Nacker); brother of Cheryl, Davm, a-im anri lamesi nrardson of Mrs.

Mary Szydlowskl. Funeral service Friday at 10 a.m. at the Lm j. Miller Funeral Home, 9222 Jos. Campau.

Interment Lawn. Rev. William N. Herold officiating. THORNTON THOMAS ag of Dearborn.

Beloved husband of Annie; dear father of Douglas and Mrs. Silvia Smillie; five grandchildren; brother of Joseph R. Thornton and Mrs. Bella Watt. Private funeral services Wednesday 10 a.m.

and memorial services at 11 a.m. Wednesday from the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 22546' Michigan Dearborn. Donations may be made to American Cancer Society or Michigan Cancer Foundation. TRIELOFF ci bauod b. near mother of Joan Dest, Geraldine Copeland, Joyce Ku- taga, james ana jatM ucai of Mrs.

Elizabeth Corby; sister of Barbara Dutkiewlcz, Jean Erltv, Russell, Donald, and Franklin; 13 qrandchildren survive. Reposing at Leo T. Soboclnski Funeral Home, 22121 Kelly Rd. (bet. 8 9Mile), until time of services, Thursday 10 a.m.

Interment McCaffertv Cemetery, Romeo. Rev. E. J. Warnke officiating.

VANDYKE LOUISE, age 87, June 27, J97I, former resident of Tuller Hotel. Rosary Wednesday 8 p.m. at Bird Mott Funeral Home, 17500 Fenkell. Services Thursday 10 a.m. at St.

Aloy sius Church, 1234 Washington Blvd. WAGNER DANIEL F. June 28, of 16742 tola Drive. Beloved husband of Arlene; dear father of Robert and Donald; grandfather of Darlene and Thomas; a t-arandf ather of a I Krnther nf Minnie Rnwlev. Funeral services Friday 11 a.m.

Ross B. Northrop A Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River, Redtord. WILSON NETTIE, June 29. Wife of the lata Orley; mother of mrs. nnnarea sana-ers; sister of Mrs.

Mollie Gladwell and AAinnr Rumsev: two arandchil- dren, three great-grandchildren. Fu neral at the vernevaen i-unerai Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Thursday at 1. ZBOCH KATHERINE, June 28. Beloved wife of rne late sraiey; aearesr moiner of Joseph, Mary Piotrowski, John, Anna RvdVewskl. Edward.

Mitchell, Frank, and the late Adam; also survived by 12 grandchildren and eight qreat-grandcniiaren. t-unerai inurs-dav mornino at 8:45 from the Jar- zembowski Funeral Home, 18957 W. warren corner Artesian iwarren-riale Chanel), to St. Cunegunda Church at 9:30. Interment Holy Cross.

Rosary wednesaay 8 Florists 9 FOR THE coolest gift of all send her long stemmed roses. HUDSON'S Fresh Flower Shop Specializing In floral arrangements Tor an occasions, service local ana suburban area daily. WO 3-1122 before noon for same day delivery, USE YOUR HUDSON CHARGE DOWNTOWN 4th FLOOR HUDSON'S Funeral Directors 10 JEROME A. DeSANTIS 2670 Chalmers Cor.

Charlevoix vajmu EPPENS-VANDEWEGHE 6150 Cadleux at Harper TU 1-7700 WM. R. HAMILTON CO nPTpniT 3975 Cass Ave. 831-2712 RIRAA IMrtHAAA 820 Maple Ave. 644-6000 IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL 18325 W.

9 Mile EL 7-5200 A.H. Peters Funeral Home 12057 Gratiot LA 6-7700 20705 Mack, G.P. Woods TU 4-5500 A. J. VAN LERBERGHE 13340 E.

Warren VA 2-1700 ESTABLISHED 71 YEARS SCHMALZRIEDT SONS 16625 Grand River VE 5-3100 VASU-LYNCH N. Wood. btw. 13-14 Mlla LI 9-0300 Chas. Verheyden, Inc.

Established over 60 years 16300 MACKAT OUTER DRIVE oui 1 1-8500 TU I Legal Notices 15 ATTENTION: Would the person for merly ot I vol w. oernune, uwrrou, Michigan contact Whitfield Auto Parts and Towing, 8223 John C. Lodge, 871-8667 at once. The repair work on your 1966 Ford 2 dr. T-Bird vehicle 6Y870117529 or 6Y87Q117529 has been compiereg.

Farm Produce 18 SWF FT rhorries fnr sals. You pick Krlnn rvAn containers. lb. John Sake, County Rd. 374, Rt.

2. 3 miles West of Paw paw, wicn. Greetings 19 DANNY WATKINS WE LCOM HOME I GREETINGS from the birds In the nest to me oirq on me wmgi HAPPY 25th ANNIVERSARY All nur Inve Mlrhelle. Paulette, Pau lie. Bob, Margo, Roger, Gracelynn granacniioren.

HAPPY 9th BIRTHDAY CAROL STARNES Your Neighbors "IRFNF" Thev sav a frown is a smile turned upside down. I hope this ad turns your around, smiie ror me. FRANKIE "IFNNIFER" From your GOOSE LIVER and me we sav IT II weren ror jenme, there wouldn't be any sunshinfe today. Loves you always. "PREPPIE' OUR SECOND year ends, thank you for your completeness, memories win last torever, always non.

Paula Nothing behind that happy ad but my usual sparkle. Sparkle Plenty RLB: High, low or whatever, you're super. p. RickL THINK COOL Karen RICK B. CONGRATULATIONS ON LONG TIME COMING THE BIKE IS FABULOUS LOVE PAM ToKLF Dig It, Dlcklel PLL Tom ALL HAIL INDEPENDENCE DAYI BILL nnnar wa ri vine.

I believe the secrets of Its success was in your Tasierui aMMcuusia, PLL. Lost and Found 20 FOUND Ladies wrist watch. Call 538-11451. LOST Beaqle, vie. 8 mostly rew.

ooj-3jy. LOST 2 Huskies, black and white. ureKa-wioaiepen. ti-wt LOST Dirty shaggy Min. Sheepdog, fern, buff trim, gray back.

Vic. Jeff-Alter. Sun. Rew. 823-0536.

LOST Collie-St. Bernard, 9 "Prince." Vic. LothroPbet Wllde-mere-Dexter. Reward Ji96-9134. LOST: Laroe Red Irish Setter, male.

reward, 893-543 LOST Norwegian Elkhound, female, silver-gray. "Elka." VIC. Alter-Char- levoix; va -vi LOST-Slnce June 20, Long nairea tlack male German Shepherd. Au burn nTS. area, rcewcim.

LOST: Taylor rWestland area, gray-white cat, 1 vr. old, male, Large Rewara. i-wm $100 LOST female, blond hair wltti black face, pregnant under care. Fenkell-Ward Trel. Must have Imm.

Ph. 933-6375 Ol B64-5l85j Personals 22 ANYONE OWE YOU MONEY? Let us collect for vou KE 8-8710 GOOD NEWS ISRAEL Call 864-1485 LIVONIA RESIDENTS, beware ANN MARIE is raking driving lessons. Gooa luck. Aunt irene, DO AT riPTETTIVF S84-8515 or 836-6735 SEEKING LOCATION OF: My three sons Ravmond Pel kon, Daniel Pellkon and Robert Pelikon. rail AAurnn Peliknn at ftfl-IMOO Unt I July 6.

After call 201-541-7239, Car- Terer, n.j. wp will nnt I resonnslble for anv debts contracted by anyone other than ourselves. Edward L. and Audrey G. Dill.

5932 Peck, Warren, Micmsan. Death Notices I ISLER ARNOLD W. June 27, formerly of Detroit, at Orange, Call-fnrnia. Survived bv wife, Lois; sons. James and Robert; mother.

Mrs. A. W. two grandchildren; five brothers. Services Wednesday, June 30, at Winblglar Family Mortuary 729 N.

Grand, sania na, interment Holy Sepulchre, Orange, Calif. JONES aaa nf Dearborn. Wife of the late Arthur dear mother of F. Koiand, Mrs.

Arrnur UacKie) Poz-dol, Mrs. Berncrd (Barbara) Qulnn, Daniel Mrs. Edward (Margaret) Tvlo, and Mrs. Walter (Jane) Mor-darskl; 31 grandchildren, two great-qi andchlldren; dear sister of Joseph Penn and Mrs. Otto Smith, Funeral Thursday 8:30 a.m.

from the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 22546 Michigan Dearborn, and 9 a.m. from Sacred Heart Church. Bible Vigil Tuesday 8 p.m. Rosary Wednesday 8 p.m. JUECKSTOCK MAMirA.

lime 9ft. nf Howell. formerly of Detroit. Beloved wife of Alchonse; dear mother of Alphonse ana wunam d. ju.miw.., grandmother of Roxanne, Sherrvl, and Craig; sister of Mrs.

Esther Doench of Sllverwoocf, and Mrs. Delia Burger of Florida. Services Thursday 1 P.m. at Ross B. Northrop Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River IRedtord).

KAMA BARBARA (Pashkow). Dear mother of Margaret Rueqer, Beatrice Mon-rna Dita vrV. and rrara Ferguson; 32 qrandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Funeral Thursday 9:30 from A. J.

Miller Funeral Home, 5863 Chene, tost. Stanislaus cnurcn, 10 a.m. Intoment Mt. Olivet. Rosary Wednesday 7:30 P.m.

KELEL GEORGE, of Highland Park, June 28. Dear father of Joseph, Nalft Charles Fred, James Mrs, inpnh fAAarvt Bennett, and Mrs. Gordon (Frieda) Hartunlan; also survived by 27 grandchildren ana two areat-grandchildren. Funeral from the Harper-Mulligan Funeral Home (Highland Park Chapel), 16540 Hamilton, Thursday 10 a.m. KEMP r-ARROl June 29, 1971.

Beloved husband of Viola; dear father, of Mrs. Evelyn Guerriero, Robert, Herbert, Donald, Rlchrrd and Roger Kemp; brother of Mrs. Reba Parker; also survived by nrandchlldren. Funeral at Voran Funeral Home rnurhnrn M7M Ford Friday at 10:30 a.m. Church of the Divine Child at 11.

Rosary Thursday at 8:30 p.m. Memorial tributes may be sent to Michigan Cancer Foundation. KREMSER ROSE. Dear sister of Mrs. Kate Listh; aunt of Rose, Hugo Llsth, Cranl, Aolt7; areat-aunt of JefterV Llsth.

Funeral Mass Thursday 9 at a peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot Ave. Rosary Wednes day 7 p.m, LEACH THOMAS June 28, suddenly, ot 20110 Cherokee Drive. Beiovea nus-band of Irene (nee Govan); dear fa nf fteralH. AA rhae Patr Deborah, Laurie, Mary Beth, and AAre ifKonh (Gall) Soavei beloved son of Mrs. Myrtle Leach; leaves einht nranir-hildren: brother of Mar auerlte Scussel and Helen West.

Prayers Friday 9:30 a.m. at Ross a. Qnn Cuneral Hnme. Grand River (Redford), to St. Eugene Church, 10, a.m.

Rosary Thurs day 8: 13 P.m. visuanon vveuiicauay after 5 p.m. LIGHTSTONE REBECCA, of 11501 Petoskey, June 29. Mother-in-law of Mrs. Rose ctnna, cictAi- nf AAr AA nnie Raskin and Mrs.

Max Zalkowltz; two grand children, tour grear-granai-ruiuicu. Services Wednesday He-hrau, Memorial Chanel. 96640 Green field Oak Park. Interment Machpelah Cemetery. MAROVICH' hi ia.

inne oi Wife of Michael; mother of Anna and Mrs. Mary Krause; grandmother of Lawrence Krause, Mrs. Donald McGahey and Mrs, James Smith; eight greatgrandchildren. Funeral from the uh.urian Cnneral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Wednesday at 9:30 and to St. viare vnurgn ui iv.

MAYHEW MARGARET S. (nee Holland), June 28. Beloved wife of Charles; sister of Mrs. Harry Lavey (Eleanor), Mrs. rvrll Cash (Pauline), and James Holland; niece of Mabel Scheff Funeral from Fenkell Chapel of Ted wan Cunorai Home.

l.SflOO Fen- Laii ThurcHav morning at 9:15, and St. Priscllla Church at 10. Rosarv Wednesday 8 p.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, Alpena, Mien. McCLARTY LEO June 28.

Husband of Marie: father of Mrs. Arthur Henderson, AAre Enrman Johnston and Don ald; brother of Mrs. Ewart Skeith and Blanche Kellev. Funeral from the Verhevden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Wednesday at 9 and to St. Ambrose Church at 9:30.

Memorials may be made to the Cra dle Society, tvansTon, Illinois. MELIN HELMIE June 26. Beloved wffe of Erik; dear mother Mrs. Ingeborg Koqlln; grandmother of Geary, Lynne and Geoffrey; grandmother nf Ci-lt, Qef-utres frnm trve HarveV A. Neely Funeral Home, 16540 Meyers wednesaay MILKS EDITH, age 79, of Dearborn.

Dear nf the late Rnv: mother of Mrs. Bertha Longrlge, Ronald and Douglas Milks; eight grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; sisjer or uei-tha Peterson, Hulda SteDka, and Otto Baker, Funeral Thursday frnm the unwe-Peterson Fu neral Home, 22546 Michigan Dearborn. Interment Northview Cemetery. MOBERLEY MARIE suddenly, June 29. Beloved wife of Leroy; dear mother of Mrs.

John Hausfeld (Lorene Lerov ana uonaia aiso seven nranrli-hl riren nri tWO OreatrAna- children; sister of Arthur and Frank Murawski. i-unerai irom i unrh Funeral Home. 4375 N. wood ward (bet. 13-14 Mile Friday 9:30 a.m.

St. Alan Church, Coolidne Troy, at 10. Bible Service Thursday 7 p.m. NADEAU ALLEN, June 28. Brother of the late Harold.

Services 10 a.m. Wednesday at Ross B. Northrop Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River iKeatora; NIVA. s-virn VFDNFR. June 28.

Beloved father of Verner; also four grand- ch dren; ororner or rreniw inree sisters In Sweden. Services Thursday 11 a.m. from the Memorial Funeral Home, 20226 W. McNichols. PARKS JANE, June 2.

Funeral services Wednesday 2:30 p.m. at Ross Northrop ft Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River, Redford. PIETERS ADOLF, June 27. Husband of the late Madeline; father of Arthur, Mrs. Marion (Alice) Fields and Jack Platers: hrnther of Medard and three sisters In Belgium, Julie, Mary ana Aaenne; aranacnuuren, eiaht great-qrandchlldren.

Funeral from the Verhevden Funeral Home, 16.100 Mack at Outer Drive. Wednes day at 9:30, and to St. Phllomena Church at 10. Rosary Tuesday evening at 7:30. ROOKS JOHN H.

June 26. Husband of Helen; father of Mrs. Torrey (Virginia) Smith; grandfather of Philip Rooks Smith; Brother of Mrs. Donald F. Jones, Mrs.

Forrest Van Allen, Mrs. Herbert A. Cutting. Fu-npral frnm the Verhevden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive weanesaay ar p.m. uoninoununs may be made to the Michigan Heart Associanon.

SCHLEGEL JOHN June 28, age 8 years. Dar-Una snn nf Jnhn and Alice Schleoel; dear brother of Robert and Thomas; dear grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Schleqel, Mr. and Mrs.

Koren Var-tanian. anri AAr. and Mrs. chae Verbanlc. Funeral from the Haley Funeral Home, 24525 Northwestern Hwy.

(southbound service drive of Lodge X-way), south of 10 Mile Thursday 9:30 a.m. Mass, at St. Beatrice Church, 10 a.m. Psalm services Wednesday 8 p.m. Contributions to the Children's Leukemia Foundation would be appreciated.

Family suggests visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 pjm. SCOTT CLINTON WINFIELD, suddenly, June 27. Services Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., Maney Burrell Funeral Home, 9300 Middiebelt nr. W. Chicago.

5H1NJC.K MARY, June 27. Beloved wife of Andrew; dear mother of Mrs. Cass D.rhalcl,k nArft Flt-linn I Ka- bel) Haclas, Mrs. fed (Eleanor) emu lire iaio oioihg, ji, and the late Helen Radwanksl; 6 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren. Funeral Thursday 9:15 a.m.

from the Wuiek Funeral Home, 19301 Van Dyke near 7 Mile to St Anne Church, Warren, atJO a.m. Interment Mt. Olivet. SMITH LENA MARIE. Beloved wife of the late Alva F.

Funeral Friday 11 a.m. at the A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot Ave. Interment Cadil-lasc Memorial Gardens East.

STONE ELINOR, June 29. Dear sister of Don P. Shankwiler; aunt of Donald and Horace Shankwiler. Funera from the Harper-Mulligan Funeral Home (Hlqhland Park Chapel), 16450 Hamilton, Thursday 2 Death Notices TO rn Go Go oo 5 -H and Mark; five daughters, Sister Mary Fidelis, OSF, Sister Joseph Marie, OSF, Betty Janet and Peggy; six brothers, five sisters and one grandchild. A rosary will be recited at 8 p.m..

Thursday in the Cald-well-Mulligan Funeral Home, 29611 Ford, Garden City. Burial will be in St. Hedwig Cemetery. Ben S. Wheeler, Chrysler Retiree Services for Ben S.

Wheeler, 59, of Detroit will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Kourmadas Scott Funeral Home, 23834 Grand River. Mr. Wheeler, a retired employe at the Chrysler Corp. engfneering division i Monday in Mt.

Pleasant Community Hospital. He was a member of United Craft Lodge No. 534 Surviving are his wife, Alice three sons, Ben Robert and Edward; two daughters, Mrs. Pat Blankenship and Mrs. Penny 1 13 grandchildren and-two greatgrandchildren.

Burial will be in Glen Eden Memorial Park Cemetery, Louise Van Dyke, Clerk for City Funeral services for Louise Van Dyke, 87, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 1234 Washington Blvd. Mrs. Van Dyke died Sunday at Carmel Hall Roman Catholic Convalescent Home in Detroit.

She was a clerk for the city of Detroit for many years and was the oldest permanent resident of the Hotel Tuller, A rosary service will be at 8 p.m. at Bird Mott Funeral Home, 17500 Fenkell. Burial will be in Meadow-crest Cemetery. Nicholas J. Rubbo Of Garden City Services for Nicholas J.

Rubbo, 48, president of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Garden City, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in St. a a 1 's Church, Merrirhan and Beech-; wood, Garden City. 1 Mr.

Rubbo died Monday at his Garden City home. He was a bricklayer for the Coster-Kittie and was a member of the Men's Club of St. Raphael Church, chairman of the Christian Service of the Parish Council and a lecturer "at St. Raphael's. Surviving are his i Helen; five sons, Nicholas J.

Michael, Joseph, James WALTER B. Beloved husband of Maraaret: riear father of Mrs. Hazel Leslie, Allen and James also survived by nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchilarert. Funeral Thursday 11:30 a.m.. Voran Funeral Home (Allen Park Chapel), 59U0 Allen Rd.

CARATELLI CLAUDIA (Soazianl), June 27. Be loved wife of the late Ellseo; dear moltier of Mrs. Assimtino (Elettra) Alteri, Sebastian and Anthony; also four grandcnlldren. Funeral from Frank J. Calcaterra Funeral Home 16090 E.

7 Mile Rd. (Moross at Kelly), Chapel 2, Thursday :15. SI. John Bercriamn Church, 10 a.m. Rosary Wedneseday 8 p.m.

COLLINGE WALTER D. (Bud), June 27. Be loved husband of Kathryn (Kaye). Services from the Harvey A. Neely Funeral Home, 16540 Meyers Road, Wednesday 8 p.m.

Under auspices of Tyrian Lodge No. 500 F. and A.M. contriDutions may De maoe to mien-igan Cancer Foundation. COLLINS EMELIA June 29.

Beloved wife of the late Michael dear mother of Michael F. and Mrs. Janet Kilar; sister of Frank Blaska, Mrs. Irene Audretscfi, and Mrs. Ruth Hall; also four grandchildren.

Funeral Friaav 10:30 a.m. from Maney SBurrell Funeral Home, 9300 Mlddlebelt Rd. 1 1 a.m. at St. Damian Church.

Rosary Thursday 8 p.m. COSBEY J. HOWARD, June 27, of Carleton, 1 Mich. Beloved husband of. Edna; ear rarner or mrs.

namenne ios- sens; grandtaiher ot tern, janies, and Catherine; brother of Mrs. Katherine Riecks. At uuerield funeral Home, 1200 Oakwood near Michigan, Dearborn. Services Wednesday 2 p.m. DAHMER MABLE June 29.

Beloved wife of Delbert dear mother of Mrs. LeRov (Shirlev) Bllnn and Mrs. Mel vin (Betty) Mackwardt; also leaves five grandchildren. Funeral Thursday II a.m. at Maney Burrell Funeral Home, 9300 Middiebelt Rd.

Visiting Wednesday from noon until 9 p.m. DARRAGH CHARLES June 28. Beloved husband of Lily; dear father ot Stanley and Inez; also survived by three sisters, four grandchildren. Services 10 o'clock Tnursday morning at the R. G.

G. R. Harris Funeral Home, 14751 W. McNichols Rd. DELEKTA JAMES ANTHONY, age 2 years, suddenly, June 27, 191.

Beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Delekta; dear brother of Christine, Mary, Charles and David; dear grandson of Mrs. Marie Kapala, and Mr.

and Mrs. Edward J. Delekta; dear great-grandson of Mrs. Antoinette Delekta. Prayers Thursday at 9:30 a.m.

from the Thayer Funeral Home, 33603 Grand River Farmlngton, to St. Clare Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Bible Vigil Wednesday evening at 9 p.m. Interment Holy Seoulchra Cemetery. DENEWETH MARY (DeFauw), June 28.

Wife of the late Julius; mother of Joseph Oscar Mrs. Joseph Bonino, and the late Maurice; sister of Mrs. Irene Geldhoff, Mrs. Ella Lanckrlet, William DeFauw, and the late Rose DeMaire, Lena Meerschaert, Emma Horner. Elizabeth DeSmet.

Maurice, John and Henry DeFauw; four grandchildren, nine great-grandsons. Funeral frnm rha verhevden Fu neral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Thursday at 8:45, and to Our Lady of Good Counsel Church at 9:30. Rosary Wednesday evening at 7. Memoer or iur iaay or uooa Counsel Rosary Altar Society, and Senior Citizens Club; also Assumption Grotto Senior Citizens Club. DETTLOFF ALBERT.

Husband of the late Eml- lie. Funeral Thursday 11 a.m. at the A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 12057 Gratiot Ave.

DOBO MARTIN. Inn. 38th of Melvindale. Beloved husband of Velma; dear father of Amelia, William and Elmer Dobo; Mrs. Gilbert (Margaret; Bonner; also three grandchildren.

At Querfeld Funeral Home, 1200 Oakwood, near Michigan, Deaer-born. Services Thursday 11 a.m. DUFF AVERY B. June 27, suddenly. Dearest husband of the Tate Shirley; dearest father of Avery B.

James Sandra and Kerry; dear son of Walter and Mabel Duff; dear brother of Helen Pontlkis, Ttwlma Whiteman, Walter H. Anne Gnich, Jewel Smith, William and Thomas Duff. Funeral Thursday 10 frnm the E. Lesnev Son Fu neral Home, 13201 W. Warren, Dear born.

Intermeni tien eaen i-eme-tart, AAamher nf rwectlve and Ser geants Association, and Dearborn Moose. FORLETTA VITTORIA. Beloved mother of Ju- liuQ.PatHr.ThnmaR. and Mrs. Alfred (Marie) Kelly; also survived by 18 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Funeral from the Arthur J. VanLerberghe Funeral Home, 13340 E. Warren corner Lakeview, Thursday 9 a.m. St. Margaret Mary Church a 9:30.

Rosary Wednesday evening at v. GRABOWSKI MARY. Beloved wife, of the. late Martin; dear mother ot Mrs. Mary anno Wouhina.

and Mart S. Gra- bowskl; daughter of Mrs. Mary Batch; sister of Mrs. Anne Fuehrer and Joseph eaten; nve qranacnii-dren. Funeral services at Kolasa Fa neral Home, .1120 E.

State Fair, Thursday at 11 a.m. Burial Wood lawn Cemetery. GREENBURG RUTH. Beloved wife of Harlev; sister of Edgar Albercht. daughter of the late Theodore and Minnie Albercht.

At A. ri. Peters i-uneral Home, 20705 Mack Ave. at Vernier Road (8 Mile), Grosse Pte. Woods from 3 p.m.

wonaay unin iu p.m, Tuocriau In xtata at the Messiah Lu theran Church, 14320 Kercheval at Lakewood, Wednesday from. I p.m, until time of service 2 p.m. HELM EDWARD, June 29. Uncle of Arthur Ann AArs. Rnsp Reiter.

Funeral at the Verhevden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at outer Drive, i-riaay ar iu. HINSON ull I IAAA J. Jims Vm of Wll liam J. and Nora Barker; brother of Mrs. Muriel h.

weop and teorge o. For further Information, call the verheyden Funeral Home, 881-8500. Memorials may pe maoe to ai. Francis Home for Boys, Sallna, Kansas. HOPPA ROMAN (Ray).

Beloved husband of Frances; father of Mary Lou; brother of Mrs. Anna Lyczvnski, Mrs. Frances Zimlozak, Mrs. Rose LeSaae, and Mrs. Irene Boduch.

Funeral at the Hopcroft Funeral Home, 23919 John Hazel Park, Friday 9:30, and St. Mary Magdalen Church, 10 a.m. Rosary Thursday 7:30 p.m. HUBELE ELMER beloved husband of Alma, dear brother of Ben, Fred, Raymond, Mrs. Amelia Barrett and Mrs.

Anna Downen; services at Eppens-Van Dewashe Funeral Horn, 6150 Cadleux at Harper Wednesday at 8 p.m.; burial Carmi, member of Chas. A. Learned Post No, American Legion. Thomas W. Leach, Detroit Fireman Services for Thomas W.

Leach, 54, a Detroit fireman for 25 years, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Eugene Church, 20131 Berg Rd. Mr. Leach of Detroit died Monday while vacationing with his family in Maine.

He retired from the Detroit Fire Department in 1967 as a lieutenant. Survivors include his wife, Irene; two sons, Gerald and Michael; five daughters, Patricia, Deborah, Laurie, Mary Beth and Mrs. Joseph Soave; eight grandchildren and two sisters. A rosary will be recited at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in the Ross B.

Northrop and Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Richard Winters, Retired Realtor Services for Richard B. Winters, 77, a retired Detroit realtor, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Ross B.

Northrop and Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River. Mr. Winters of Detroit died Monday in Redford Community Hospital. He was a member of the United Northwestern Realty Association from 1933 until his retirement four years ago. Survivors include his wife, Emily; two sons, Richard and Thomas, seven grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

Burial will be in Grand Lawn Cemetery. Gen. John McMahon Jr. Dies at 80 Gen. John E.

McMahon 80, whose military career ranged from the pre-World War I Mexican border dispute to World War II, and who was promoted to general on the battlefield in World War X. He fought at Normandy and in the Battle of the Bulge in World War II, and was the son of a gen. eral. Died in Saratoga, Cal. Thomas E.

Martin, 78, former Republican senator from Iowa who served 16 years in the House before his six years in the Senate; in tie. Air Chief Marshal Sir William Elliott, 75, one of the leading World War I commanders of the British Royal Air Force; in London. Lord Simonds of Sparholt, 89, speaker of the British House of Lords from 1951 to 1954; in London. Martin Benka, 83, Slovak painter who was awarded the title of "national artist" of Czechoslovakia for his landscape works; in A' 1.

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