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1 THE CJtOSSE PONTE Pl.NTNG CO. PuhB.h... PHONE LENOX lfz VOL. llno. 45 N."B DigeBt Amateur detectves who want to make $locxxlmght find t profitable to head for Youngstown Pa That S reward offered for capture of d) namlte Dan or whoever t was that dynamted Bethlehem Steel plant '1uesda) t seems that legslaton regulatlug reutal charges on houses ma? be next queston for legslature Tenants are urged to form unon by houslugexpert Four Tgers have been selected for AllStar baseball game Fllllt is havmg a great deal of ddtlculty trymg to filld a sultable City manager ha vmg had three four months time A labor slate for DetrOt Common CounCl seems to have.truck a snag Unducmg some of ts selectons to become canddates for pubhc offce Some of Tgers' farm hands at Toledo were attacked for 18 runs m Tuesday's baseball game Only 25 hts off pltchmg of Sorrell French and Garland Page Mr Mussohm fwentv years of marred lfe and 20 chldren S record of a St Clar Shores couple There S too much 1emency shown case of msane md. viduals and result S mass murders. Those mdlviduals known to have been msahe should be requlred to report for exammatlon at regular Utervals gau1sm S ral"dly gammg a foothold n Amenca accordmg to J.' E Morgan edtor of NatlOn1.EducatOnal AssoclatlOn Journal THE HOME NEWSPAPER OF GROSSE PONTE AN) THE FOURTEENTH CONGRESSONAL DSTRCT L B OLDHAM Pubhsher GROSSE. PONfE Hcmc.> 1HUR:oDAY JULY 1937 Dr. Loranger Retires from School Board Dr Loranger s statement on ret rmg from Grosse pomte School Board follows. Wish to take this occaslon to thank all of my frtends and acquamtances for r mterest and support Ot last e1ectlol1 Though lost by a shght margm was very grateful at splendid vote receved Especally pleasmg was practically unall1mous endorsement of Grosse Pomte Shores where my neighbors gave me 56 of total 64 votes cast The result of election has not dimmed my mtere<:t lu schools and am wl1hng and eager to lend myself to cause of educailon n Grosse Fomte and to co operate Wth or mterested citzens n helpmg Board to contmue ts efforts to glve chtlm dten of our commumty an education as good as any n land beheve that present Board 15 actuated by entrely unselfish motives and that ths goal can be attamed f ctzens wll gve ir fnendly co operaton Cyrus Cadieux Death in Lake St. Clair Sunday s Termed Accidental The death by dro\\ nl11g of Cyrus Cadleux 55 member of an old GraSSl POlUte famtly was des'cnbed as acel dental Monday by Dr Charles L R vard Macomb County coroner Cadleux' body fully clod was kntl1d early Sunday by fishermen n a shp at foot of Van avenue 1ll St Clar Shores A COUSlUVctor Cadleu:\. of 688 Nottmg'ham road Gros<;e Pomte Park was found asleep m a car nearby Musical Fiesta Friday Evening Stanley Phtlhps Smth has returned to hs home 1ll Wash111gton DC after spendmg 10 days With h::>parm enb Mr and Mrs Conrad H Smlth of Lake Shore road The first summer edltton of 1937 offical Mchgan hghway map S now ready 01 dlstrbutton to public The map fol1aws general style at 196 edtons which proved popular Wth pubhc Chef among se features n mproved type of ac cordlan fold permttmg easy foldmg and unfolding of map Or features tnc1ude latest cor rected mformah'on on vanous types hghways mdnldual maps of pnn elpal cltes a mleage table ferry S(.hedule at Strats of Mackmac locahon of anports state parks forest areas and state pohce posts an 1l1dex of Clhes and vllages and a de tailed map of metropohtal1 area Sons of Diamond Daddies Good Get that new pcnic dress you so wanted for Fourth of Jul:. Wthout hav ng to go all way downtown at Vllage ';Yornan's Shop Kercheval avenue A NEW GENERATON'S EYES turn seawardas youngamerica. seated by th.prow of a modern 8ubmarme at Great Lakes Exposi. bon 1ft Cleveland gazes Wistfully.at ancient whahng vessel whch servedas flalwupfor AdmralByrd'. two Antarcticexpedttlon. Beyond shp' anc10redm Lake E"e extends great Mulway of ExpoSltlonWlth itlo score. of nde ani! shw.trons. The Ex ll9n Ol\ti!J\l tllr9j1kb SepmQVr 0tl.r at ndividual Baseball These four stalwarts of Unverslty of Flonde.\baseball team ought to be pretty good at natonal pastmef re S anything n ory of heredl All are sons of famous majol league fard whose names were household words a few years ago Leftlto rght are Ed Mannmg twenty son of Ed Mannng former pltcher for St LOUS Browns Lee Meadow Jr nmeteen son of Lee Meadows old Pttsburgh Prates mound ace Jmmy Shotton seventeen son oibert Shotton a former St LOUS Cardmal and Wlbur Whte nmeteen whose far once played thrd f Chcago Whte Sox Barnes Appointed ; New Directori FaBn;:fitri Here Of nstruction 5t Clalr Shores pollce sad two John R Barnes prlnclpal of Grosse ociatloll of Colleges and Secondary men had spent Saturd<ay evemng 1U a Pomte Hlgh S.chool snce 1930 '" as Schools and fiv or regonal acroadhouse near slp Cyrus Cadteux promoted to poslhon 0 drector of crecllt1l1g assoclattpns He was one of left roadhouse at about 11 p m 111struchon for school system by 12 prmclpals 1!t Ul11ted States pohce sad and Vctor Cadeux went Grosse POlllte Board of EducatlOn chosen for thls wo1"k Hs nveshga out an hour later Ffty dollars n ca<:h meet1l1g on June 28 at a salary of $6 000 tlons led hm to VSt and work Wlth and an $80 check both n hs 'Pocket per year He Wlt be succeeded as plln pnnclpals and tejlers m several hunn M book made out to Cyrus Cadieux were! clpal by Paul Rehmus pnncl'pal of dred hgh schools dfferent states found on top of a post near t1le scene Battle Creek Hlgh Scbool "\1r Rehmus S marrled and has four of t'he drownmg As dlrector of mstructron Mr Barnes children He wl assume hs dutres on fusic lovers can agam hear Cyrus Cadeux was a war veteran \\ be n charge of co ordtnahng September 1 soft strams of symphonc muscand a member 0 Alger Post of \v'ork of elementary <:chools and "t Belle sle se balmy summer e"fhmgs. l't seems tnat a motlit has been invented that 1'11l1k Ral Wll operate revolutlonaly on eh what' The Tgers have been fightmg.n uphll battle all year Wth Rowe gettmg back mto shape and Bolion ready for catchmg duty we should be m a splendd way of gong places ths year. ouths in Michigan Given"Better Jobs The current beltei that a1l youth S untrtlned and unsklled was dspelled tqday n a report on pla<:e..nents of young people comptled by Natonal Employment Servtce Ac.c:ordmg to Major Howard Starret State Reemployment Drector DetrOt office alone has given thousands of young men and women between ages of 16 and 2S to obs requrmg extensve tralnng or exlpenence Among occupatonal classlfica bans ltsted were analyhcal and metal. lurg'tcal chemists dentsts electrical engineers nurses commerclal photog raphers professonal entertamers at counta:nts wmdow trmmers archltecn tural and merohamcal draftsmen sur. veyors and machine and tool desgners mportant Changes in Auto Tag Laws Passage by legislature of bll to make March 1st annual deadhne for purthase of automoble lcense plates and stickers wlth netr Secretary of State nor any or of nelal authorlzed to extend ths deadhne is beheved by Leon D Case Secretary of State to be a step n advance The present law permts Secretary of State to extend final expraton date to March 1st n addltton to Case's desre to call pubhc attenton to se two lln?ortm1t changes n motor vehlde law Secretary of State also pol11ts to fee of 2S cents to be eollected hereafter for tle ls5uan<.e()f sttckers or half year permts ThS fee Wll cover extra. cost of ssmng halfyear permlts The chargtng by state of ths small fee appears to be far and proper con 8<lert1g accommodatlon represented by a. half ynr l11stallment plan for purchase of a set of plates The bookl..eepl11g specal reprem sente.d by prmtmg and handlmg of some half mllhon stc1(ers annual1y S an tem which no one should long expect state to absorb T le col lectton of 25c fee wll1 brng m ap proximately $ atlnually t 15 estimated Call Grosse Pointe Printing Co... os 11'2 for Jo» Printin. Veterans of Foregn \Vars He was JUl110rand sel110r 11gh sc'hools He wl11l Special Holiday employed by t le lgrosse POl11te mum also <hrect construction and 1m q k tlpaltlts as a guara""lt 1he Grcrsse provement of n'structlonal matenals.' roc: va e POlnte cty docks Growth 111 el11ol1ment With resultmg tncrease m number of teachers on staff has brought about need for this postion Rapid stndes development of hgh school structlonal program have been made Monday Afternoon A chanty game between Royal Oak Tool Shop and Grosse Pomte Farms Will be played at Kerby Feld Monday startl11g at 3 p m The proceed receved at game Will be l..sed to help pay hospital expenses ot njured Farms star van Hlsmger who broke hs leg on June 6 whle chasmg a :fly ball Let s everyone turn out \{onday July 5 and pay tnlmte to a game boy who played game for everyth1l1g that S m t van 1Sm.arned and has two Chlldl en oldest boy bemg operated on at tme of his 0'1\n accident Sunday at Kerby Field Farnts Will meet RoseVlle 10 a regular sclhed uled S 0 C doubleheader Neighborhood CluJ).ACTVTES :MUSlCOn DetrOt Rver for every. durmg Mr Barnes term as prmclpal one to enjoy! A dream of nterm of hgh school A mammoth spe'cal hohday sale S Hurry! Hurry' There are a few natonal Center Branch Y W C A Mr Rehrus "ho holds a master of bemg held a. ths shop Just for con places left The boys start r two to bnng ths old \\orld custom to Dc.. arts degree itom 'Lnnerslty of \enlence of all )OU POllte "omen who week trek 11 woods only 4 m e:. trolt Rver waters 111 manner of Michgan S a natve of \11chlgan are too busy to go far from home PC from DetrOlt Monday July 5 The Grand Canal n Vemce comes true to Smce 1930 he has been prncpal of mc afternoon dmner and evenlllg fee S only $6 00 per week S\\ Unml'1g Frday evemng July 2 Wth first of blgh school 111 Battle Creek PrOr dresses Will be on sale along v...lththose hkes nature study camp fires under eight Fnday Rver Festa progrd.ms to that he was prmclpal of \t snappy and unusual Henn Bendel hats directon of Mr Raymond Kaultz from 9 to 10 0 clock The first wrtl! Clemens Hgh Scho'Ol and of Tap f a boat tr p wll be amusement Call :Neghborhood Club for par N feature lovehest of German folk pan JUlllor H gh Schoolrn <\.nn Arbor furmshed for J;'CYJrthor r ght afterl tlculars Niagara 4600 songs and opera mes sung by Durmg past school year Mr Reh and you \\ant Just a few more cool yet Rhemgold Smgmg Society of 60 male mus has been engaged m makmg a porty sport clos run over to ths VOices drected by Wtlham Hoffman study of accredt ng s""andalds und.er sale today or tomorrow and see what and pla)'ed by Young Heidelberg dlrecton of vhe hol th Central ASN S bemg offered Band <hreded by \Vllham HEngel. ' _ (South Pol_eShin at Exposition The Belle sle ferry has been chartered to calry muscans tp and c; down tlhe rver from \Vater Works... ' Park to Belle sle and back Arral ge.. ments are bemg made to have <l. porton of pfogram br'badcast from tatlon WWJ n case of ram fiesta Wll be postponed The Festa commttee n plannmg se programs had three Jeas mmd first 10 make nternahojal Center Brarch of Y... V C A which serves 40 dfferent natlorals better known DetrOit through se muscal evemll.gls to pro\ de 10Hly musc of Grand Can<l.l for publc enjoyment and to gwe vanous luternatlo11al mus1.csocletles 111 town an opportumty to SillS' and play for thousands of DetrOlters who ga her on Belle sle and around nver front on \\ arm summer evenmgs The second fiesta program on Jut) 9 Wll he presented by Pabsa De Reszke ChOr directed b} P J Partvke 1937Road Maps Now Available i J The Grosse Pomte girls Wll go to camp Monday July 19 The outd.qor grl w 11enjOy two weeks program \\ hlch \ 11 mclude wlmmlng hlkmg handcraft arche y fencmg nature study dramahcs and or recreahonal and educatlonal actlvltles The camp" be under dlrechon of \flss Pauhne Masak grls' worker at l\elghborhood Club and MS!> Gretchen Hause teacher of physcal educatlon at t"erndale MCh For furr mforma1.ton call MSS Masak Nagara 4600 MSS Dorothy EllS of Rvard Blvd returned 1<nday after spen'cimg 10 days 111 Nelw Yock Service on Curtams and Draperie Ve know of 110 establtshment where each Cul tam and drapery dea111ng order S handled dstinctly separate and mdlvtdual1) or than Russell Curtam Laundry at Kercheval avenue \yho have developed an envln able reputation for fine curtam c1eanm mg whch can be attested by nun merous 1omes n Grosse Pomte that use ths splendd servce yet ir prces are comparatively low When Yot1 leave for your summer vacatlon send your curtams to m and when )ou return your curtains \\111 be ready for you carefully laun dered. ready for hangmg La Preen Opens Grosse Pointe Beauty Saor The La Preen Beauty Salon S pleased to announce openll1g of a salon 111 Grosse POll1te on Wednesday By Mall $200 per year; A citizens commttee to plan and se cure adequate pub! (. 1brary facll t1e for Grosse Pomte \\ 11 be appomted 60n by Charles A Pat cells presdent of Grosse Pomte Board of Edtl cahon Th... commttee \\111 be named n accordance \\lth a resoluton mtro duced by Trustee Albel t E \leder at meetmg of th.. Board of EducatOn on June 28 Farms Loses Thriller t Kerby Field Sunday Last 5.unday at Kerby Feld the' Royal Oak fool Shop defeated "arms n a doubleheader The first game \'vas a one Sided af fair \lllch "as not partlcularly mter estmg But second game brought crowd to ts feet t \\as a very close affar throughout Bad errors lost game for boys 11 nmth 111nmg "le Humbueh pitched for locals and turned tn a credble pel formance He allowed vlsltors but SXhits and muck &1l!t sr\.teen b1l?ts.;.nen A Day at The Waterfront Park By M J STOETZEL \Vhen S sun g01l1g to come out and stay awhle' And oh! \\'hen 15 ths eerlat ng ram gb ng to stop? Parks and. beaches are certal11y n ce on bnght slns} my da}s b..lt } Cfr tam!'y are bleak and dreary on a dark wmdy day Last fuesday "as one of those da} s '" hen almost any change 111 wear 15 lable to happen such as hall snow sleet wrnd or ram storm 1\e\CrthclcS:. had to get a star) about Park so wlth book Gone Wth Wmd under my arm smce only had 448 more pages to read and" anted to fimsh t that day hked down to Park ne\ er dream ng that \\ ould find so many SWmm1l1g enthusiasts You had to be a S\\lmmmg fanatlc or somethmg even to approach 10 foot SWmnllng secton 111 a bathmg SUlt be cause t was Smply freezmg and refore t was er necessary to stay n water or run up and do\\ n dock n order to keep \\ arm Mors were s ttlng on benches watchmg t lelf children play m sand comfortable 111 heavy coats sweaters and SUits Everyone slttmg along cement wall was "rapped 111 everythtng from to\\ els to blankets even de guards thought t '" rls cold (or y" ere bundled n suede Jackets ald blankets \Vh1le \\as walk1l1g along readmg about Scarlett 0 Hal a and CH War almost feu over An e Erne'St and Delores Purscher who \"ere 1)mg on grass trymg to ger a sun tan WE T PRNT T AS WE WTHOUT FEAR GET OR FA'lR ADVERTSNG HA NO RELATON TO OUR POLCY Sngle Copes 5 Cent. mproved Library Facilities Sponsored By Albert E. eder ";:;:;::ide:;:'' Urged to Secure o Park Permits Here.. a :':nder for au Grosse POnte Farms resldents We urge you to get your Pler Permtts at Village offices 60 i Kerby road on any buslnell8 day The rcsolutlon "as presented followmg anl0uncement of an anonymous g ft of 340 \ olumes pubhshed by Yale linners ty Pres" to pubhc hbrary n memory of Henry Led.. yard 1 he collect on l11c1udes complete set of Yale Cbr011lcles of Amenca Pageant of Amenca and or valuable \\ arks The books Wll be a va able for pubhc use after Septem.. ber 1 The Gros<;e POl11te Public Lbrary system S by law under directon of board of educaton The Grosse Po nte Palk blanch S n basement of Park muu1clpal bulldmg The Cty branch S located at t1.e corner of '\oire Dame and Kercheval n Farms and Shores small branches are located 111 muncpal bulldmgs T1''''re S also a small branch 111Loch. between830a m and430p m moor and Saturday to 12 noon To Accord1l1g to \fss Florence Severs a v 0 d unnecessary ('oneuslon 1 brarian lbrary service 1U Gross" when de.mng to u.e per we Pomte S greatly handcapped by lack i suggest that you secure your per i of rcadl:rg 5pacc and small number mlts mmediately of books a\a lable for clrculatlo11 ConN n order to be able to provide s dlr! g populatlon of Grosse lu::eorrmodattons for all resldenb i Powte com11ltll1lty S one of we ask your eo operabon n ear" most bacl<:\\ard f not most backward n state rylng out relju!abons mposed only for your convenlenee and protection i m _.n_ One Car in Three Carries Sticker Regardless of marked 111crease 111 number of motor vehcles on states llghwa)s about one car o'?tner 111 three buvs his all1ual hcense on 111stallment plan figures show Leol1 D Case Secretar) of State polllts out that 1933 act "hld1 brought sticker or half year per.. mlt mto bemg has been accepted d.' permanent method of buy111gplates by some car owners every)ear The use of half )ear permts C"l:PCS \ugust 1 anual!) and at a date pror to tnat des gnated by tl1e Secretary of ')tate:. plates go 011 sale at :ral pnce Thus as. tb..e half gn.. ce.' date an.. proae les few strckers are old n 1936 a total of stckers were sold records vf department of state u of Jue 16 shqw stickers had beel recorded at Lansmg though act.. 1 ally more had been sold at branch of.. fices on t1.at date Michigan Democrats to Stage Huge Rally in North on July 10 Mlc111gan Democrats "ll stage largest rally y have e\ er held n horrn 11 ch gan on Mac <tnac sland Saturday Jul} 10 Edward J rry chatrman of party s State Central Commttee announced toda) Honon11g' GO\ "rank Murphy on concluslon of first quarter of hs admmlstratton Democrats from all sec tlons of state w111gar on sland for a full day s program clmaxed n eve11lng \\ th an accountmg' address hy ch ef e"{eeutwe The add"es Will be rado broadcast on & state\\lde network \Vhlle banquet accommodatons WllJ be 111Ultedto 700 Charman Fry esh" mates an attendance of well over \Ve ha\e made special arrargements Wth management of Grand Hotel and or hotels to care for hundreds of guests who" 111be at sland over '" eel...cnd. 1<ry said. The State Central COlTmlttee has htm tje busl11e::>sto transact and behe\ e that this S case "'lth State A..ssoclatton of Democrattc County Charmen who Vi'll!meet wtth us even though re \"sn t any sun "Assault and Battery" An assault S an unlawful attempt Anne sad \Ve came do\\n to SWm or offer on part of one man but t s Smply too cold Delores Wth force or Volence to mflct a looked hke a n ce hghly colored candy bodly hurt upon anoj;' A bat.. sttck lyng on grotl1d 111 her red rery 1S a Wlful and unlawful use blue yellow and v...lllte overalls feehng! of force or Volence upon person qute a bt \\ armer than Anne \\ ho was of anor The actual offer to use \ earmg a ducky Olle 'pece powdel force to njury of anor person S assault use of t S batblue SUit trimmed n nal) tery hence two berms are COm.. v"'ho should find lttl11g next to monly combmed term as (Contl11ued on Page Fve) sault and battery Softball League Being Organized for Married Men of Grosse Pointe July 7 at 985 \Vashmgton road at QUlte a number of applcatons came '11 to Grosse Pomte Mack avenue extendmg a modern and up to t 1 1e mmute beauty service to Rev1ew off1ce th1s "\"eek for places on mal fled men's softball women of VJClllity teams There are <;t111 a few ope111ng') to complete league Flll C Dubuque who S well known to Yomen of this VCllllty as a fine in coupon below for a place on one of teams m marfled beautican e:\.pert COiffure styltl5t and men s league and mall to Gro%(' Pomte Revle" Kerche.. talented n cuttng ladles' and children Sival Avenue hair havl11g served women of ths uelghborhood m ths capacty for over Name 12 years w 11have charge of ths new local beauty culture estabhshment. 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2 Page Tw.. Rome's Seven Hllts Rome's seven hills are not legendary t but actually exst. To have your curtains and draperies custom made Reproductons of fine furnture mack to order...any style or penod Repars and Refl.nlSlung a Specialty 463KAlter Road Niagara 3624 Business Call Nt St. Clair J..ve. City of Grosse CABNET Pointe HARBOR LGHT Alter Road at Kercheval Specalizing n FSH & CHPS SandwlChe$ and Light Lunches Orders to Take Out 25c MU 9390 G. MADER MAKER A. J. KRETSCH HOME SERVCE PLUMBNG TNNG ROOFNG Have your Furnace Cleaned NOW! SERVCE AND REPARS Mack at A.hland N 970S Directory Superior Beauty Servic...opulu PermanElnh at Popular Prces Featurmg Famous Machlne1ess Wavel Newest FashlCms Finest Method.. COl:.'JlbulngQuahty Wth Low Prces KORTE BEAUTY SHOPPE MACK at Wayburn N HOT DOGS HAMBURGERS CHEESE lie SANDWCHES BEER BOTTLE OR CASE TO TAKE out Andy & Ann Cafe Charlevox at Wayhurn BEER SANDWCHES Ample Parking Space n Reu Review FOR SALE Liners FOR ':lalfelectllc washer Hry good condltlon $15 Call 1\ 3788 FOR SALeOak 3"?c v1l1g room SUite '1orns chall "acuum clcanlt sevtng maohne electrc heater phonorapi 647 Un1Vel sity FOR SALEOak ce box 50b «. paclty good cofldlt 011 $1000 Apply at 1139 Maryland Ave Work Wanted Garage to Rent URTANS Laundered DRAPES CLEANED ndividual Exclusive Work RUSSELL CURTAN CLEANERS Kercheval at Ashland LENOX 8275 REFRGERATOR SERVCE Electric Motor Repair DUNCAN & MacNCOL CharJevol'li. at W.ybum Nights SUil t T Hohday. U. TR RFLABLh VVO\fAN allts work 0 e Or tv. 0 days a week house\\ork n good home Wnte Box K Grosse POlUte Rvlew KerClheval Ae THREE refined capable hgh school grls care fo small chldren houtly 01 five days a V eek best references 970 Bea'Consficld Situationa Wentecl TUTORNG by \arygrove College student m grade a.nd high chool work For nformatlon call Murray 6043 GARAGF FOR REin56 Mapleton. near Kercheval Call N<ligara 1743 Housekeeping Rooms BE"lO'!5FELD 1449Three rooms and bath clean and pleasant fur nlshed.\dults THE Pioneer Romance operators of Ca.. C RestaU!ants and. d Class B Hotels licensed to sell hard to Be Re. L lve at liquor by glass a dscount of 15 Muskegon Festival per cent upon r purcha<:es from State LqUor Stores Lquor Commls To recaptjre t le color romance and 510n figures reveal that discounts to revelry of poneer logg1t1g days '''hleh Se hcersees amounted to $ "on for Muskegon 1hchtg'an btle \\11th gross sales for 1937 esb of Lumber Queen of World her: mated at $ se d.j.scounts ctt!zen...are spendll1g $ tl elaborate "may reach $ preparaton for Muskegon Centen J0111 A MacLellan executn e secl e mal at cl LumberJack Festval to be helti tar\ of Mchigan Conference of re July 17 to 31 officials announced Socal \\orh. n a newspaper mtenlew today recently pomted out ths d1\ erslou of tus huge chunk of stale re\'enues to Huge ndian drums mounted 011 birch bark poles..111floodhght 54 acre waterfront Ste "here hundreds of workers are busl1y engaged 1n constructmg log blockhouses stockadts tradmg posts exlubjt and entertan ment halls \\ hlch v lme balsam tanbark mld'hy An auntic ndlan Vllage 15 being reproduced on <;hores of a fully stocked trout stream besde a 15 foot waterfall Here MCh.. gan ndans win hold a pow wow enw gage 1tt u vanous crafts and Sit bew fore r councll fires From a huge outdoor stage musical features Wll be broadcasted over nabonal rado networks \ waterway for logrolhng contests 15 bemg coutructed as well as a pool for a water ballet spectacle "'lth a 14rge cast of professlonal performers An old time saw mll has been set up on grounds where logs Wll be sa"ed by natlve woodsmen and later carved mto souvenrs for v1s1tors Nearby w1l1 bl" a. typical old time cook camp where f1a.pjacks wll be served under gate of a 25 foot statue of Pau.l Bunyan mythcal figure of early Mlchlga. lumbermg days Freworks" depct ndan attacks on blockhouses from land and \'vater The ChamplOl1 '" ood chopper of vorld champion Jog rollers of American contl11el t scores of bathlllg heauhes Dance hall Spamsh Lou featured smgers of Big Broadcast of and Belle of Tllnherland and her mads Wll Ve w t pageants Mummers para.de floats and Mard1 Grass dance to say uothmg of spec taeuial aeral acts and modern nght dub attractons T"o big sa'l\ S w111 be runmrg conttnuoosly t S stated The progress of transporta.t1<m wlll be outlmed {rom. brch bark canoes hv"e oxen orcarts and early autotrant ViStors vlll have an opportumty to compare relabve comforts to hfe n a teflee and 109 cabn to that ln a 1917 Traler Cty which Will be establ1!hed neat' stockade fully eql.lpped With eledrletyj modern samtatlotl and even a. laundry for convemence of V1S1 tors" ho bring r houses With m ndlyidual buldngs Wlt house state federal and sclenttfic exhbits There \'vt be showmgs ()f art mdustry hstory and agriculture T"o extensive 15cLayfestval S a :VC enter;p!1se designed to celebrate 150th antuversary of orgamzatlon of Old Northwest Terrtory l100th anlvversary of Mlch1gan's adnusslon as t state 100th anntversary of {oundmg of Muskegon ald ts first sa" m111 11t mdst of a. prmitive and hostle ndan settlement 50th annversary of Muskegonts pre etnmence as world s1arge!:!t POducer of lumber and ts present status as a thnvmg port Cty of dversfied litdustry Through Governor Frahk Murphy 11cmorary chairman mvltatlons l1ave been extended to Governo1S of ndiana 1111nols OhiO and V'.'1sconsln five states compnsmg orlgwat Northwest Terntory t S estimated that persons from Mchigan and nelg>hbolmg states Will attend arrv ng by all' ral hghway and water Ehmmabon of dtseounts totahng : $ or more annually to pnvate prvate nterests under present LQUOl Act 'These hcen"ees are domg a pnvat busmes he sad They perform no state fullctjon The $2 000 {)(X) dscount to m S actually state revenues from state hquor monopoly; yet t S bemg dvded among private mdlvld uals ' Safety Campaign s Being Sponsored by State Department An educatonal campalgtl to promote safety for both pedestrall1s and motor car dnvers Wll shortly be sponsored by Mlohtgan Department of State SpeCal attentlon Wll be gl" en plans and deas for safegouardmg chlldre"1 fro 11 traffic hazards To ths el'd Leon D Case secretdry of State has requested Hoyt Morns \!anager of DetrOt office to 01' gal11ze a Safety Promohon group of employees who wtll handle ths detail out"lde of lr regular work and for 110extra pay ThiS group" 111be head ed by Joseph Charnoske legal advsor and Will mclude several capllible spukers They Wilt be avalable for safety talks before school classes clubs SOCal fraternal and CVC orgamzahons or otfter groups mterested 111 checkm rapdly rlsmg toll of traffic fatahhes and accidents Speakers Wll also be avallable to address foreign language groups Any organzaton desmng servces of of. speaker S mvlte<i k communcate "th Toseph Cha.rnoske or C A Drummond Secretary of State s office 4105 Cass Avenue Detro!t or Phone TE There wdl of course be no charge for this servce Weekly radio broadcasts are also planned and pt'omment state and city polce officials who have had Wide experence n safety 'WOrkw1l1 'De nvted to speak 40 Summer Schools in Detroit Area This Year.!... ] The Board of Ed'l1tltUort anttounces opening of S'll1rtn'1erschools June 28th for an 8week perlod c1c>s111g Augu<;t 20th More than 40 schools throughout DetrOt Wll be 111operatton Classes Will begm at 8 00 a m and run 111 three 90 m1l1ute perlcxls c10s111gat p m Courses 1n practcally au fields Wll be offered provided 25 or more pupils enroll Hgh and ntertrtedlate schools '" 111offel n addton to regular courses work 111 elem.entary grades 5 and 6 B.lemcn.talY'sCfhools Will offer coulses n grades and 8 and n addton play hobby classes for pupls {rom grades 1 through 8 n general wot'k of llummer schools j!i onered for students deslnng prom.otlon and for those des mug 1e vtew ill partcular subjects 'Nark m grades and 12 n subje<:ts no" ordinarly demandng a large enrolment Wll be offered at Cass Tech111cat Hgh School and Hgh School of Com tnerce Starret Announces Bids Oned on Ne": tinerant Service Local Hlghw!y Projects B1ds \'\111be opened by State Hghway For tre week begmnmg Monday CommlSSlO11erMurray D Van Wagon JUte 28 hnerant rresntat1\es of : Natonal ReettllPtoyment Servtee er June 30 on nearly $ \\orth Will \ srt Wayne County communlt!es of new eon!truction to register local Job seekers The t S first tme S111ceMath 4th schedute announced by Majol Ho\\ ard that a c6ntract letttng has been schedu Starret State Reent1'loym.ent Drector led by state highway department f611o\'vs The lettmg \\.111 nclude rmd brtdge Monday an<!thursday at Wlandotte and landscaping pro]e«' Cty hall "\{onday at Lmcoln Park etty CommiSSOner Van Wagoner sad hall Tuesday at DearlJorn 1ov.l'lshlp new "ork "ll be financed from Federal hall at l'1kstet and at Plymouth Clty funds matched by state money pro halt Wednsday and Friday at vded by tho $ hghway appro Safety CommiSSon buddng n Dear.. pnatlon blll whch has pamed legl born and Frday at Btownstown to"n... slatute THl comnussloner said that shp hall H1 Flat Rock bds on or project "\\111be ta.ken as Wayne County rtmdents nlly regls SOortas possble ter at Dtrolt offiee 318 East J ef ProJeets 011.which bids wl1l be taken 1 feron Avenue arty week day Mortda)' June 30 are au on FediSral Aill through Frday ironi g 30 to 4 30 The $) stem of highways Tr.unkhnes off part hlne servce go\.ven111!;maller tont.. tllls Federal system do not quah r y {or mul11t1ess for convenence of per mprovement urtder th matchmg pro"j SOns hv111gn outlymg areas gram a.tcordlng to FederaJ regulatlotls Anyone D\ er 16 years of age S The new constructon projects 111 ehgtblt to regster for work n dude emplo)ntertt divson of Unted \Vayne CountyBrld.ge on States ))epart+nen of Labat MaJol (Telegraph Road) over Rouge River Starllt sad o fees are eharged rol Cty of Dearborn $50000 also bndge!ervee on US 112 over U524 n Cty of Dearborn ltall7 Species or Shrmp There are. numerous Speel$ of shrimp some resembhng lobsters They ere found n sheuow sandy places near shore in. many coun... tries f frfghtened. y bury m.elves in sand dggmg wltli thr talis Most shtlmp are cauiht J n Mia lear beaeh<!s at hgh t1de. "" $ and 2702 m>1esof Discount Elimination roadsde land.caplng On M 1'3 (Ford Will Save Michigan Road) Ppper Rouge Ret to Cholse " A Road Dearhorn Tow"hp Deatborll 'i'" nnua y and D.trOlt $20000 NEW BCYCLES temts Who have no Tght to expect Also RebUilt Used Bicycles First Cia... Bicycle and Motorcycle RepaErlng LAWNMOWERS SHARPENED C'"OSse pomfe Motor & Bike Shop 1423 LakepolDte Nl 94'11 A. (;. V...t...W. butued bi.cl. a atate subsidy S betjnnmg to 100m as a soluton to State s problem of 111creds111gts revenues Wthout addlt1011al ta.xatot1 The a.nswer harassed pubhc fi.anclers see n present Stat. Lquor Control ACt whith au<:>w& ("1'.. t.o " "_'" '='.d""''_..."l=._""'."... J GROSSF PONTE REVEW Bang Up Values in Linen or shahhanl".uib triple sheer ensejrlhld\ waahahle Silk crf'pe dresses n white err dault) pl.8tels net dresses and stunnln'l bemberg frocks A marl'elous group of speclal value. Si.:tea11 to 38 Time for "Fourth" Wth a holtday just around corner and hot wear already herese specal values are exactly what every well planned wardrobe nepds. Clos to see you comfortably and smart. y through Summer. Ever 80 inexpensivebut with qualtty and distinction vou are way assured of in Village Women's Shop clos $ up Henri Bendel HATS FELTS in Summer Weights Pastel Shades Snappy Stylu for Summer Vacations VLLAGE WOMAN'S SHOP Kercheval Ave. SOCETY By M J STOETZEL Returnmg home for summer months after a wmter pent 111 Clear water Fla are Mr and Mrs Jaim M Savage and ir dauglhters Mary Kathleen and Ceceha Mr and Mrs P M Thomas and tr chtidten of Parkslde left last '" eek for r summer home nev' Gratiot Beach MS'S Ehzabeth P Fmley of Whit more road left last Thu.rsday to spend several da)!:! n New York Sue Wl11eman daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Wmeman of Hamlton dnve returned last week from MSS Stewart s School 11'1 Boston for her summer vacatlon Mr and Mr BenJamm Kauffman 01 Massachusetts tvnue have returned home after a Sx months' stay 111Hol ywood Fla Janet Welt who has been away 1.11 wmtet studylttg 111 PoughkeepSe returned la<l.tweek 111 order to spelld summer months With her parents Mr and Mrs Meh lile S Welt or Bahnora 1 drive Mrs James Lee Weldon With her two sons ]nn and Bll of Somerset dne left last Monday for Norfolk Va to spend enhre" summer With Mrs Weldon smor Mrs C H S mcoe Mr Wilham P Bradley returned last Monday to spend a. month Wth his parents Mr and "M:rs F X' Bradley of Ridge road Bll 15 retur11lng {rom coast where he has been for last two years 111 AVaton Corps of Uiuted States Navy Mr and Mrs Raymond H Barry and r daughter Martha Jane have returned from Europe where y went May 1 \Vhtle 111 Europe y VSted England Roland Germany SWtzerland and Frana Dr alld Mrs J S Leszyllsk and lr daughter Jane of Jefferson ave" nue left early part of this week for ir lodge on Lake Superor ae.. companed by Mrs James Mag Mrs t Leszynski S Sster Jane altd her moth' er "111 return August 2.1 to make all final arrangements for Jane's commg out party Septelnber 9 Mr and Mrs MacPherson Browni'ng ot RVard Blvd are &Po/'dlllg '1lj'mer n r home 111Howell ear m on Lake Chemung be Mr and Mrs Lyle Delvms and r chldren Lyle Jr S leaving n a few we.eks for a trip tnrough Mexleo Mrs Lloyd P Jones who has: beelt VStng her mo't1her Mrs Elmer D Speek of Lake Shore roa<l left last week fm hem h01ne 111ColoradQ Springs Mr alld Mrs Dall Platt Caulk have returrte.d to r home m New York after a short stay n DetrOit at home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Gardner; of Lake Shore road Mt and Mrs CaulknS came to De.. trolt for purpose of attendmg weddmg' of Mr Caulkltl s bror Edd1e to Mus ElSie McMl1lan Mr and Mrs GeorgeSlocllm boarded S S COlumbus last Saturday {or a tnp on Contment Fl\ e weeks Wll be spent by Mr and Mrs Slocum ntotormg through 1'orway Sweden Frae a.nd Great Brttam Th. HO'WardBonbr:ghts of Unver Sity Place went down east last week for Yale Harvard boat raee They j w11l return sontt ttme next week to r hon'j.e Lake court Mr and MfS Frank Qual Jr of Balfour road honored Mr afi<d Mrs W lockwood who are to s&ll fot Eur. ope July 2 at a dtntlef party las'" Saturday at Detro't Boat Club Jean and Andread Quail left l.. t SUdl1 for Akorrtak Camp tn Chtpoke OM Mrs F X Bradley of R'd e road hot orf'd Be.ttrlee Gudf!:Ua of Ba1four road artd Jane Schallart of BUrlm game at a bon voyage luncheon 11'1 her home last Saturday Beatnce and Jane are leavng July 9 aboard 1e V.'lm of _.illy Bon. The medical telm for cone between tho shoulder and elbow humerus" beoause t sounds hke "humorous U 1S called "fun_ ny bone" Cortez Brought Long Borns Cortez Spanish conqueror broulll>t first long horned cattle to North Amerlca When rallroads came long horns dld not :fl.t well mto cattle cars and or breeds were dew "tied JackSfn's Heir PreSdent Andrew Jackson had no chldren of hs own but adopted a nephew who was named Andrew Jackson Jr and who mherlted hs estate. lltrodueed Tea Drillkmlo Tea drmklng ls assumed to have been mtroduced n Amerca by Dutch tb satisfy soclally correct Ugrand dames" of New Amsterdam Thursday July Great Amerlcan Desert The Great Amercan Desert fs Stuated in northwestern Utah and eastern Nevada SCREENS Gal $ Gal $10.00 Damman Hardware Hayes near Outer Drive Mulier's FOOD Rings of Bologila b MARKET SPECALS Fine Steer SirlOin Staak >. Lean Short Ribs of Beef b Home Dreued Chickens b PNGREE 2131 Frying PROTECT YOUR BEAUTY ' 1 7 \ New J.\.l. _... c.l }"'ound Crystals dredged from bed of Antarctc and presented to museum at South KenSngton. England developed a new mmeral when..sclentists went re to analyze m The crystals are classfied as calcum Ctrate and mmeral has been named earlandite after ts dls" coverer Arthur Earland del...wms dentcal twns usually have per.. fectly symmetrcal faces a physcal feature that S rarely 1f ever found m fraternal twns not to menton smgly born mdv1duals Colller's Weekly CutllDg.J Val"e The damond s.supremacy m gem world dates from d1scovery of socalled ('brllllant" method of cutting WhlCh reveals ts..full beauty. a_a_a_j_! u 0 CHANT TO THE SHRNERS \Vlth mantle cmlltar and red fez crown Onental splendor came to our to'vn Kmg 'ioloman's glory malched up and down Oh gala gala gala day J The Shrmer. marched and malched a\lay Our gleetmg colors and f1ag$ are all do\\ n Gone S chanter drum major and clown The gay revolllers hevo all left Oul town. Gones gala gal a day Now potentates have all gol1e away Welcome Shrlners from away out of to\ln You ha\e gven our streets some fatr reno\ovn Again you may come and march up al1d do\l 11 \\' e welcome all your gral1d arra) Playful stunts and regalta gay._._=::::::..j REVEW LNERS GET RESULTS FLMS Printed (24.hour serviee). Load up your camera for 4TH OF JULY KLLABTE r for mosq\lito bites rubbed in uk"s Sting out of insect bites. tube 35e ce Cream Dehvered to your home or served at our fountain Call us for fast deliveries. Beer and Beverages delivered to your door. Fast deli"ery service. LEACH DRUG. TV % Screells SSc; Full Screens $1.20 SpeCial House Paint Factory to You 3ge 1ge 15e 28e KERCHEVAL AVE. LENOX 7143 WE DELVER Conuntrate your beauty need. where you are sure &f lndl1"!duahzedexpert $ernee and modern methods. New fashions n summer permanents avallahle _n_ Groue Poiute _._ Repres'lltati......e of l_ Ollvle.D Sisters Hair &... Scalp Sped.hl"._.. de France for a SXwaek Journe} through Euroge Mrs Prucl11a 0\ en left last Sunday fo Boston after Vlsltmg her bror 10 hw and!lster Mr and Mrs rvlllg H Boersterhng of Beuondield road. Shirley Lucille Norton daughter of \r and Mn Preston Dunning Norton cf \Vndsct became bnde of JosepJ.' L1t1e Donovan s011 of Mr and Mrs D 1 1 r: G Lawn mower. sharpen.ed anel FATHER WAS RGHT! Cutomers frem all Town.hlp flock nte my JOlnt Thty come from Lochmoor 5t Clalt Shores Mt Clemens and The POinte. They come n elroves of 'even$ anc elghts To buy my mowers at barl'ain rate. 'm busiest man 1ft forty.tates FATHER WAS RGHTl i.l11e Josep 1. JOl'lovau oi rosse completel. $ year. alo when.tarted n thl. bual P0111te last Satur<lay at Assumpton reeonmtlofted _ nea. my dad Aald "Alway. give you!' Church ltl S<tndwlch The couple wtll patron. best work humanly pos.lble s111 from Ntw York to 11'end ir Super Quality High Orad. at tile lowest possible ratel Give your honeymoon on a \V est '1dH$cru se Mower$ at Competltlve Price. c:u.tomers a square deal and $ome day y "'1111L\e on Merl RebUilt Mower. Cheap fre:!yfla& :o::.n:ib:llo:h e:': 0r"nvetahteh'errrertouardn forty &tates. Expert Saw Filing and you wdl be bwled man n Un Edsel Ford's h011'1eon Like W COR R \VellPeople have learned that do SlllOrt; road was scene last Friday m_. hest lawlt mower sharpetllng Job afternoon of mueh acbv1ty The reason humwly po6slble. Ninety per cent of 3132 CHALMERS my huson... doe. com. from.a".fied for actveness was metu1g of 3 Dool". South of Mack customers telhng ors and my shop Tau Be:ttt ASOCH.t1Ol1. After all T d 5 S a heehl've of activty day and night lecesary husllle.. was cleared up leal uxe; FATHER WAS RGHT' was trved. n dmmi room t " ""'.L.'" """"..c"'>..._:" &...;.:f f:]!m \"..&... 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3 ' Thursday July rātional Milk Month to Become Annual Event A natlon wide effort to absorb June mtlk surplus was 1111hated tjm mofjth by national cham drug and nav lty store assoclahons with more than 6000 cham stores WhlCh operate soda {ountall1s lunch counters and muk ban co OPeratmg 1Ua campalgn to USemore ltlllk n Detroit 250 soda fountalns are enltsted in drve to double milk sales by promotmg malted milks milk shakes and all milk dnnks Promotion efforts feature wmdow dsplays P0tlt ers back bar c;hsplays menu rem1l1ders apron tags and contests for new milk drinks and pnze window displays Over five hundred do1ars 1tl nahonal prtze:. afe bemg miered f.or best wmdow 'Chsplays featurng fresh milk or dairy products and for best fifteen cent 1ftchlgan cham stores cooperahng m campagn are offered The state S divded mto five dlstncts for dlstribu hon of se cash awards Dean E L Anthony of M c1llgan State Agn. cultural Cqllege Will act as chairman of pflze committee a.nd WJll select a Jury of five dairy farmers from dairy and hrrn assoclahons Jll districts Eastminster Presby. terian Church chddren up to age 0f 14 years ThiS class WJll be under leadership of MSS Jane Spence and M ss Canne Cameron July 11 Sunday mornl11g Will be regular summer cornmun on of Eastm nster Presb) terjan Church Messiah Luran Church The servce "ll take place at 10 a clod U1 rnorlllng while Sunday SchOOl will be n*sesslon from 9 a. m to 10 a tn Cooper Bros. Funeral Directors MACK AVENUE Lenox 5885 tesidence130s Buckingham TU THE GROSSE PONTE REVEW Jefferson Avenue Baptist Church The ndependence Day mesage by Rev VVayland Zwayer this Sunday mor111ng at Jefferson Avenue Bap tlst Church ""'111 be Here on Earth a sermon on God and Amerca The Rcv 1fr Zwa) er Wll preach every Sunday ffiolll1ng at eleven oc1ock throughout July and first Sunday n August follow1l1g which he wll1leave Souast corner of Kerdheval and on h s vacatlo 1 The evenng worshp Sunday School at 9 45 a m Mr Lakewood avenues A H A Loeber "ervce has been dlscontmued for pastor 1434 Lakewood avenue Tele Hugh H Mcel1l superintendent summer but Fnendly B Y P U and phone Leno=<:2121 Judson B Y P U young people s or At 11 a m pastor Rev Carl E gan zailons. Wll conduct u11lted young K1roher D D Wll speak on sub 'N"ext SU\1day ndependence Day people s senlces every Sunday at 6 45 Ject For Such a Time As This" me of sermon Wll be Th'" p m Clmstlau s a God Feanng Patnot The Church School meets reguldxly 6 al d 6 15 P m Chnshan Endeaol ThS w111 be fifth of a senes ot throughout summer at 9 45 a rt1 Groups sermons on '\Vhat 1 he Chnstlan s At 7 30 p m re "111 be a Prase SerVce led by wellknown De rolt cornetist Mr Albert E BuSll The drink for soda fountain sale whl'ch 1S orlgmated durmg campaign June 12th to July 10th was selected preacher '\111 preach on sermon for campaign as time of yl"ar The Mealling of Life' when COVSfeed 011 grass and dairy Wednesda) evenll1g we will continue U.rm.ers need help 10 USPOSlng of an sudy of rlrst Tmothy and sub.. l1t1u$ua.lly large mlk surplus The earn Ject wll be A Ohnstlan and HJS Can. paln l! e:tt>ected to become an annual duct evtnt developlllg mto a Nahonal Milk Month' Monday mornmg July S begins Specllil Wll1clow pnzes of $200 for Dally Vacaholl Bble School for all a_ WURM PLUMBNG &. HEATNG co. TUXEDO KERCHEVAL PL Complete Plumbing and Heating Service Jobbing Specialized.lii _ db. "_'_'_.'_'M"_'.'M'_" "M'." ".'_. '_n. d. USE REVEW LNERS FOR RESULTS DRY SKN CAN BE AVODED AVOid that cu!itornary summer time dry crackttd sinn With a annple weekly treatment 'by our Skill f'xperis You'll be amazed how t Will freshen. your appearau".e and how bttle time and money t will take One treatment will onvineo "OU c1assmg havmg been d1scontll1ued but each department Will meet Se{larately for lnstruct10n f you are w1thout a church home m ihls VCnlty members and mmlster of J efferon A venue Baptist Church cordially invite you to worship With m Christian Science Churches God "1'111 be subject of Les son Sermon 111 all Christian SCience Churchel> througnout world 011 Sunday July 4 Among Bible cltahons S tlls pas sage (Ps 75 ) Unto e 0 God do we gn e tha"1ks unto e do we glve thanks for that thy name S near thy '" ondrotls works declare" deas? Correlattve passages to be read from Chnstlan Science textbook SCence and Health with Key to Scnp tures by Mary Baker Edd) lllclu.lr followmg (p 228) There 1S no Dower apart from God OmOlpote 1ce has all power and to ach.novvledge am or power 1S to dlhonor God Mt. Olive Luran The r lttle \Vhte Church Around Corner Radnor (L111coln) at Mack avenue F E Stern pastor Sunday School every Sunday durl11g summer months at 9 30 a m Fourth of Tuly services at a m Mt Ohve cordally l11vltesyou For JOb Printing of Better KinO tau Th. Review. Lenox 1\62 They're Free! Page Three New Records Set at Office of Secretary of State ligures eleased by Leon D Ca::.e Secretary of State tills v.eek dl'oulgo that tl11s office has exceeded all prevj" ous recol ds ssurance of automobile title"} \n average of 5700 tit. les for tl e 1 e\\ a ld used cars has been ma 1ta ned bv tl1 s office v.hlle On one day June 3rd producton rose to 976' Secretary Ca::.e re eals that more titles "ele lssued for penod endllg \hy 31st th s ar than durln same time The figures are titles ssued 1. p to end. of \fay th1s..ear as agamt Jl1 tl e same pellod Plao... J'01'... tm.et\t today LENOX 9230 Jakimec Beauty Salon 999 BEACONSFELD cor. E. JelJeraon Thursday Friday ancisaturday Specials..N GHT NGALE '5 /f MEATS' '. SELLNG GOOD MERCHANDSE S WHAT MADE NGHTNGALES MARKl:.T THE OUTSTANDNG SHOPPNG PLACE OF DETROT Orlinal Main Store: MACK AVENUE HARPER AT DREXEL GRATOT NGHTNGALE MARKET EASTWOOD MARKET OPEN 8 A. M. TO 9 P. M. FR. " 10 P. M. SAT THS WEEK A in Nichtin.ale Leads hy GTlng Hls Customers Only Fnest Grades Supr.Cul'ecl Smoked Hams Whole or Shank Half h AT REASONABLE PRCES Farmer Peets Prize Hams Armour Star BfJi"kshlre Mello Mild Hans Pea('oc Hama and or leadmg brands Nightngale DeYet" sold a seconcl... ade ham. Buy from a reliable dealer. None of our hams should be parboiled. 25c FANCY BONELESS ROLLED b RB ROAST BEEF Cut from tj S Stamped Beef Short Ribs or Plate Beef ROUND SWSS OR Sirloin Steak T.Bone Steak b.9c 35c For your hohday clljlner or outdoor PCUC buy your 4'home dre.. erf' chickens at Nightnlgale Thay... clay. fr her. FANCY HOME DRESSED SPRNG CHCKENS You'll like se horne dressed chlcken.1 They fry like pork chop. FANCY LOCAL DRESSED LEG O'VEAL At this Low Price GENUNE Fresh Caught TROUT 1937 SPRNG Milk fed Veal Veal Stew or Pocket Veal CENTER CUT LONG OR ROUND BONE CHUCK ROAST a.t for oven.or.pot roast Fresh Ground Beef LEG O'LAMB Lamb Shoulder Roast R.ump or LOn Roast N OUR FSH DEPARTMENT 22c..... 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4 :tfour THE On and Off Records Caspar J Lmgeman finds duties of county clerk mterestmg and V1g01 ous He has httle time for usual houljles and no tme for superfluous HS desk b antquated an old roll top that dates hack to 1900 Or furnlq.hmgll n hs office are similar vmtage t S only office n PONTE Thursday July 1 193r REVEW "fi Happenings of Nation'Told by LEE MONTGOMERY GROSSE Louis s Crowned Heavyweight Champ of Wodd n!!!tier. Pictures STRKE MEDATOR America's First Aerial Tramway COU!1ty BUlldmg t'hat has not been modermzed 111 some manner Lmgeman has not had time to choose new furmshmgs His duhes are more numerotl'> tl an any or county offical and he refuse::. to delegate any of his dutes unless absolutely necesar) Judge Ralph Lddy has had busiest court Couny BU1ld ng dur111g past month He S handlmg One Man Grand Jury nvestlgatlon mto Ford and U A \V dfference'! t 1:> not an e'1vltable case for an elected Judge to arbitrate t doesn t <:eem to bor Judge Ldd\ however who calls 'em as he sees em ' and stili manages his boyish smile ClrcUlt Court wll have a small Jur) papel durmg month of July only fift} Jurors to be drawn They Vil1hear 'Common Pleas Appeals The next full panel wll be named at ter Labor Day The half day summer sessons began this week al d from now On 18 C rcult Judges \\ 111alternate takmg lr vacations The Orcult Bench has earned a sum mer schedule ths year They have cut tlme on law cases down to eght months shortest penod n Vvaync County s history t S also short Est tlme fot any equvalent CirCUli Court m country 'N lttl:'s Scene at recent world S heavyweght champonshp fight m Chcago as ChampOn Jm Braddock smks to canvas under knockout blows of Challenger Joe Loms lu eghth round nset shows new lhamplon after hs Vctory Only twenty three years old LOUS has been n professonal rmg three vears A dagram showmg one of cars of type WhCh Wll be m...use over first aenal tramway n North Amenca WhCh Wll be constructed up Sde of Cannon mountam about a mle and a qua.rter from famous' Old Man of Mountam" n New Hampshre Gars lke one shown Wll carry 25 passengers at a tme up Sde of mountam T SlX mmutes The tramway S expected to be com"pleted about July Charles P Taft son of lat. chef Justce of Supreme court who S one.of members of three man medation board appomted py U S Labor department at PreSdent Roosevelt s drection to bnng about peace n steel m dustry The or members are Lloyd K GarTlson dean of law school of Umversty of WScohsm and Edward McGrady as" ssiant secretary of labor and department s ace trouble shooter. DUSTBOWL W01 Scenes an d P ersons n. th e Curren t News Their nvention Aids Law Harold E Stoll Register of Deeds uses his alrplane for hoibibyand busl ness Lat week end he flew to Man.. roe and looked over stnke situa bon He took pictures and good ones for an amateur They reveal a sad stuabon and no matter whose nght or wrong beltevt; that t Vvlll be conducted soon n good Arner can manner John McEwen good news source and A\1dltor s ma1l1stay makes two an noun cements Frst take Audtor s basketball team took Wayne Co Go\ ernment ChamplOns1hp by tnmmlllg Se.cretary of State s office 9 4 Second Western Hgh alumnt had bggest celebratlon 111 ir h"tory v. hen y honored new school.. openmg Fndy lllght Ed Brock was sent out M1Chlgan to evlct a c1unese laundryman The mall <hdn t know hls name and so Ed COined chmese letters on a card 111 doorway onto hls evlction notice how E.d thmks he has evicted someone; laund y and 15worned Wllam B Spooner (left) and Frank F Heltler both of Boston nventors of a new tlurdlmenson damond camera by use of wnch photographs cn be made through a dal11ond to show all defects and cuts so that a stolen stone can be dentfied n a matter of mmutes by pollee departments are shown Wlt}lOUt r camera t S mpossble to make a posltlve dentficaton of a stone after t has been n us'!: for any tme The damond S recorded n much same way that finger prnts are recorded. Secretary of Treac:ury Henry Morgenthau nvestgatmg federal tax evason 2Workers of leavmg premses after Governor Earle ordered sta Van Zeeland of BelglUm who was a recent Vstor to Jr pctured before Jomt housesenate commttee Bethlehem Steel company s plant at Cambrra Pa te martal law durmg steel strke 3Premler Paul Umted States 1_ "Mosquito Control" Essay Wins $500 Patient Journeys From Orient in ron Lung 'Roy Kmmel whom Secretary of Agllculture Henry A Wallace has appomted to drect a long range co. ordmated program to prevent Southwestern dust bowl from be. commg a desert a plan WhCh follows closely recommendatons of PreSdent s great plams com... mlttee Mr Klmmel Wll co ordnate work of Department of Agrculture agences ill about 100 countles of Colorado Kansas New Mex. CO Oklahoma and Texas where wmd eros_lo_n_s _been most severe.. BRTSH GOLF CHAMP \ Grosse Pointe Library New Book. CraneLet Me Show You Vermont A Vermonter 'Mites about Vermont An mformttl book about Green :Mountams and people ho h\e among m Ne)'oesMy Far s Houe The Son of ong1l1ator of Oneda communlty gves an 1l1S1deVew of lts workmg as a child saw t Gulbranssen\\!md From Moun ta:ll's Beglllnmg where Beyond Smg woods left off with marnage of Adelalde and Young Dag story follows m throuighout ne"l:t :fif teen years Ptkll1Careers After Forty Helpful and encouragmg suggestions and d.dvceou busll1ess oportul11ttes fol r le 1 a ld women over forty years old Carroll... Neighbor to Sky The story of Luke Gilman "ho a10v\s 1115 eager and restless wife wtlom he loves to mpose her ambitions and hopes upon hm for a bme drawll1g h1m away from hs Mame home to New York and a middle "estern U111 verslty Fredenck B Smte Jr of Chlcago nsde..ron lung" or resprator m whch he was brought from Chma Stricken wth mfantlle paralyss more than a year ago whle on a world crmse young Smte owes hs KrauchA Mlnd Restored hfe to ron lung He has been bronght to Umted States for treatments whlch t 15 hoped may result An account of author expenences 111 realm of msamty of his n hs eventual recovery struggles agamst his mental l11ness of his voluntary commtment to a state 1l1stttUilOl1 and of his ultimate 1eturn to normal mental health RascoeBefore T Forget A well known Amencan ltteral y edtor crltlc and author gives a per sonal record of an mportant penod n Amercan hfe and letters ( ) Remll1lSCenSes of scenes to which 1e was an eye wltnes of places he "as seen and of ltterary celebrites he has known f D An essay on ' The mportance of MOSqUto Control and ({orgas Memoral brought a check of $500 to Wlham L Drake Jr J ot Mlwaukee WS The check was presented to young Drake n Whlte House Photograph shows left to rght Mrs Henry L Doherty who donated prze J Wlham Drake recevmg award from Presment Roosevelt Admtral Carey T Grayson and Senator F Ryan Dj.1iy of Wlsconsm The essay contest was ejghth annual in memory of MaJ Gen Wilham C. Gorgas A close up of Robert Sweeny handsome Anglo Amercan with cup emblematc of BrtSh ama tur golf champonshp WhCh he re cently won n a 36hole final match Wth fifty year old LOnel Munn at Sandwch England The twentyfive..yearold AmeTlcan born Londoner wort by three and two LABOR EXPERT Fifield Family Sets Record for Producing Twins Russ Airmen in Epie Flight to U. S. " t \ ' '/ lmelig.l1t One of common expressons of a polltlcal campagn S that ths or that canddate occuped Ht h e lrmellght" As an old expresson t serves but from a SCentific pont of Vew t no longer tells a true story Llmehght was produced n aters by directmg an oxyhydrogen flame on a cyhnder of hme ElectrC bulbs of V3l'lOUS SiZes and power and of every concevable color take place of old hme1j.ght and a canddate can bask in a blaze many times as powerful as was possble some years ago wthout hme havmg anythng to do wth lllununa tton d Ten of thrteen cluldren of Mr and Mrs Harry Ffield of East Thompson Conn who recently became the. proud parents of T Sxth set of twms n lttle more than a decade The first set of twns a boy and a grl were born ill 1926 TWn grls followed n 1928 and 1929 Anor mxed set came n 1932 twin boys n 1935 and current boy and prl recently Plcture shows tellof thrteen chldren n Ffield famlly. Above rea wmged Eimgle motqred monoplane WhCh brought three RUSSan :tlyers from Moscow to Vancouver Wash Vla N'Orth pole n a non stop flght takmg 63 hours Left to Tght are shown Alexander Della kov. navgator Valera Chkalo'V plot l'ld George Daldukov Copllot 'Mrs Mary Norton congresswoman from New Jersey who has become first woman to hold a charmanshp of a house commttee She recently accepted charman.. ShP of house labor commttee. he was elected to congres8 n 1924 first pemocratlc congresswom j an. She was also first to m.. traduce a resoluton for repeal of.="""_..."".

5 Thursday July THE GROSSE PONTE REVEW A E>ay at The de la Salle Marquette his far from sacristy belt as y earned hm to Details of study call for a seres a famly famed as warnors and offictals his last restmg place ltke to thml.. of regonal conferences sponsored by Waterfront Park and de la Salles recog11lzed or lr of his charty thts hs hour of tr b vartous teacher tramng nstitutions (Contmued from Page One) rehglotls fervor we find Jomlng of ulatlon telhng his compa11l0ns that y "or discussion of curnculum prob se strams mmgled n glorous should rest a while and that he would lems Dr Elliott hopes to develop a me on roe wall but Sherman Dickson character of discoverer of MS call m and wher 11 spmt of "1\ despread nterest On part of trymg to keep warm wth a httle wet SSSPP Rver follovve1 of St g human frallt) or \\her m sp nt teachers and public m currculum towel He sad he had been domg a natlus and favored at hs death as a of obedence \\e know not which y mprovement lot of swlmmmg but doubt him fof close mtator of St Francs Xa\1er gave heed to his command He called \"vhat Mlc111gan '{econdary schools never saw hm m water once m m as pr01ulsed and as his last need todc.y S a ore systematlc meth_ So 'nuch of 1m hfe has been most f hour and half that was wandermg pnestl) duty heard ir can esslons of thmkmg than now prevals Dr around beach perfectly covered n address a few an d tr'en. wrote h S own s 10rtcommgs Elhott said \Ve hope to ald n thls moments ago dehvered by Far Ed h Ruth Rauen Romana. Wernet and upon a piece of paper requestmg t elr problem thr01gh sulwey which W11 ward Walsh of Georgetown Umverslty fj Ele.nor p. rmeter made a mce 100k111g dehverance to hls supenor mpressmg result n asslmlla.tlon of a. va.st that have resolved to medtate pub t ro 's y walked along far dock reby necessty of r prayers arnourt of data valuable 1n mappng out hcjy upon such portlons of his hfe as f h f f h gvng hoats anchored re a 11 or t e peace ul repose 0 S sou an mproved curth:ulum t \\ ould be "ell for us to dwe upon F f _ once over and supervlslng pamtmg mally takl11g hs cruc fix rom hs of JHop Speakmg of boats re hke to th1l1k of hm as a boy mak neck he asked one to 101<1t on hgh are qute a few anchored at dock llmg dec1slon to follow Me of that he mght gaze upor Savor of this year Ner one of tno Black Robe like to thmk of him world and thus he died ml11decl cold for y all wore n zeal that charactenzed his pur. Trul) what he was speaks so loud heavy sweat shirts over ir SUitS SUit of study to mastermg of that t dulls to Slence what he says They forgot ir shoes ho\\ ever and dfficult ndan languages lke to Pnvleged are we mv frends on ths by time y got off dock y thl11k of him n his devotton to duty telcente'1ary of hs b rth to recall had hterally fifty mrlhon splmters acceptance from his supenor of works of this JesUt pnest 111SSlon ir feet assgnment to distant and dan ary to t1 e ndlans eaplorer and ds 1 Just got a ghmps'e of Steven Labade g't>rous post at La Pomte mssion coverer of. MSSSSPP Jlmm) Goldnetz Oharles hlcko1as and of Holy Spmt Qn far a"ay Blly Wernet pl'yng n s>nd Vr.! western shore of Lake Supenor hke l B k b M gl11la Trask was domg an awful lot of to thmk of hm as a messenger of as et a ost Jumping n and out of vater 111her peace takmg fhght w1th Hurons Favored of Sports new dark green haltertopped SUt because of ir quarrel With SOU:;';: Virgnia neh! wears a cap "hen she avold1l1gbloody ndian warfare and te goes sw rnnllng but lets her golden turmng to Lake Mchigan to establ sh tresses flap around n water any mlss10n of St gnace on north where y wnt ern shores of Straits of Mad.mac Tuesday was an deal day to see There S a contro\ersy bet\' een ths la.test styles n beach robes for prac Cty and Mackmac as to WhCh ""as t1ca.11yeveryone out of water 'had cradle of Ohnstlamty 10 Wolvenne.some type of a robe on 111order to State Were dec1slou left to me keep varm Frances Verhelle looked W0t11d decl<1e 00. former because Smply stunning n her new peach COOl of ts name 1n honor of founder of robe cut along pnncess hnes Canary Soc1ety of Jesus hke to th1l1k yello'w was color chosen by Mar. of hm as a leader so readl1y recog111zed JOTle Fresard for her summer beach when he left hs companons 00 tihe robe 1 shore of MSSSSPPand proceeded Over at tenms courts saw J ea.nmland mto unknown regons or a dls nette Corry and Luclle keeplng warm tance of five mlles Wth only hs crucl by playmg a peppy game of tenns fix for h1s protection and magme h1s LUClle looked nce n her white te\j.1s rev. ard at find111g v111ages reported 4"5S tnmmed With blue buttons whle as fires of 700 famlhes beneath hs "ster Jeanette "as weanng a gaily gaze They proved to be hablta prl11ted three p1ece'"outfit hons of th.. fnendly ll1110ls like Bob Beck was also playmg tenms to thmk of h1m as a mlss10nary goll1g but ddn t know boy who was from cabn to cabin brlngmg Word ansl11gbasketball S most pop ular spor among 700 h1gh schools belongmg to Mlchlgan H1gh School Athletic ASSOCiaton 1t was revealed here today by Charles E For<;y dl roctor of 1l1terscholashc a.thletlcs for state Basketball '\\as pla)ed s.choo's dunng )ear Baseball ranked se<: ond 1Upopulanty With 400 schools par hcpatmg m what 15 known as na t10nal game Football was played schools 22" had track teams 175 sponsored te1111lsteams 125 golf 40 cross count! y 30 5\\ lmm1l1g amd 20 went 1114'or hockey Six.Man Football Team RecQmmended for Small Schools playng wth him Just got to of God and resolvmg becaus of his SX man footbilll for tihe smaller courts n tme to see Betty Bowser and dml11lshed strength to have 'a great 11gh schools S a commg spoort n Anne Robmson finrsh lr game ef meetlng n aptn t hke to?l<:ture Mchgan it "\l;as predlyted Lansmg Boys Attracted by Y.M.C.A. Program Agan at Hannan Y \f C A Summer Fun Club for bo)s ten years of age and over S ath achng many from all parts of commumty S...lmmmg for begmners and advanced gym naslum classes l baseball leagues See DetrOt tnps a fi11e handlcraft pro gram hkes PcnlC treasure hunts and mass programs at bulldlog constl tute finest leisure hme program for boys to be found The newly decorcfted hobby room Wll be open to boys Tuesda) July 6 \Vork n wood plaster metal lear and cord has been planned by Mr Frank Updegraq of Munger nter med!ate SchOOl who Wll be n charge of handlcraft classes SpeCial classes 1n SWmming for be gmners "11 be hem throughout en tlre summer ndvidual instructon 15 gl'ven to every boo See DetrOt Tnp5" have been plan ned to DetrOt and Cleveland Boat Company Vernor s Gmger Ale Cty Airport Greenfield V1l1age Bob Lo U S Rubber General Motors Re search Laboratory Ford Rouge Plant Walkerslde Dary n Wmdsor Detrot Creamery and National BlSoCU1t Company All actlvlt1e5 are strctly supervtsed by Y' secretanes or teachers Every hoy Wll find th15 splenckd way to fill his leisure hme "i'th constructve ac tlvlty tenns Betty looked cute m her bluf' h1m upon that Holy Thulsday "\l;lth today by Charles E rorsy d rector 'Y' Boys Leave for Camp shorts whlle Anne "as dressed 111 sachems gared about him an4 next of Mchgan lllterschola;:ttc athlettcs.horts of whte "Crcle braves and finally The sport will be adaptable in schoo '> bumped mto George Trels Jt over whole population of place even tb where enrollment does not ""arrant Monday mornmg WCliSgreeted bnght by Tony s refreshment.tand tryng to chldren a complete football squad thai. can and early by twenty boys of SouastdeCde wher he should buy some As "as custom of tnbes Sk111Splace a team of 11 men field For ern DetrOlt eagerly awaltlng speclal bus at Hannan Y M C A ExCtethng to eat or go home to his dinner and eolored blalticets were hung all sy said guess he went home for dldn t see about place Far Marquette SX man football S regulatron foot ment ran hgh fo! this was day "llrn around five Jn1ll'utes latel also had rased p1ctures of Blesed ball :played Wth only SX players on a y were to leave for Camp Ohlyesa Mor lke to thmk of hm as Side Three men must be on hne Y \{ C A (amp for hoys Address of L. C. Rabaut e"plorer cross111g dvde leavmg of scnmmage on offense The game A fine program that only a camp can waters that flow to Quebec and em 15 played on a field 80 ards ong and offer llldudmg nature study boatlllg' in Washington June 1 barking' on unk110wn streams destilled 40 yards Wl.de canoemg hkes swlmmms' handcraft to enter nto Gulf of MeXCO The purpose of SX man football 15 and many or features Wlt be en FolloW11g'15an address by Hon LouS bke to read his des<;nptlons qf trbes to make footbal avallable to a Wder JO)ed."""" '" C Rabaut CD) of Mchgan n Statuary forests. and flowers of gra5ses a111range of boys than S now case T11e boys who made up ths fi:rs Hall Una;ted States Capitol \Vashmg mals and birds of rvers fishes ane. Forsy sad t S not pas and touch group are Frederick Affmt<e Leonard tort D C. prnted n Congressonal game hke to thmk of him as havmg football nor 15 1t soccer) eleven Barrett Jesse Barrett Hurley Pouhn Record of June The subjec" done <;0much for my State and of hls man rules governlllg throughout With a Kenneth DaVd Her'bert Basden. DaVd was Far Jacques \!arquettt S J bunal on shore wh«:'re waters fewexceptlons ThiS 1Snot an attempt Ro\ LouS So ffman FranCS McCul have resolved to moo.date pubhcly of lake of tbe same name wash ts to make something better than lough James Mcullough James John. upon h1s life ' stands like to th111k of 111m111rus eleven man football as now played but son Billy Moore Robert Krusselmeer For one Whose lot S cast With prestly character anxlous to return to an attenpt to provde football for Teddy Westphal Bruce DaVes Ronald problems of legslaton t S llldeed re mssion at St gnace but hs Heav schools "'here game S now too ex Harper Rav Harper James Stevens freshlng to be assigned to a task of enly Fat had destmed orwse t pensve and where y do not have John Samares and Robert BenOt recogmtlon of him whose hfe was spent was near mouth of rver' on suffichint mateflat for a larger team n love of his fellow man and or eastern soo'l"eof Lake MlC'hlgan near The l11jury hazards are not so great me a gradiuate of Black Robe and present Cty of Ludmgton that Wth smaller number of payers on far of a JeSUt Scholashc Far Marquette On May field thus permltt111g mmature FranciS Delmott Rabaut S J here stop.ped Wth hs t\\o compamons se boys to participate However game beneath dome of Caprtol tn lechng as he did h;: place for burtal ShC1lldnot be.mdertaken unless proper Sta.tuary H 11 at National snrme hke to thmk.of h m vhen he knew eqmpment 15made avalable and coach cf men and women famed for h1s hour was at hand conso1111g h1s 111gfaclhhes are up to standard achlevem.ent n ths country before compamons mst111111gm m conti The game S played Wth a center statue of Far Ma.rQuette t 13 dence m goodness of God Viho two ends a quarterback halfback and an oceulon of '1mportaflee and extra ""ould no neglect m m dus new and fullback A few changes tn rules ordinary slgmficanice httle kno"...n regon w1ll make game mterestmg to play Gentle courageous and rellglous by hke to thluk of h1s nstructlon for as well a.s to Witness Forsy sad nature San of N1Ciholas and Rose hs O'Wn b'ltrlal ask1l1g that y rmg Every man nas an opportunity to han de ball On offense Every player 15 eligible to receve a pass ex LE AN EXCLUSVE K...cheval at Maryland There is one reason why our lis t of customers growa. We have facillties to give moat exper service under any and. conchtions. MPERAL SERVCE. C"1U't&1na)Drapea. Venettan Bltnds) Upholatend Furnitare m.ade to your indtvu:!ual specificatons Period and M De.llft OTTO H. LANGE CO. Soaring Popularity.lke a rocket popularity of our cleaning aetvice with Groase Pointe customers soars higher and higher. For Fourth we're anticipating a ru.h of business from everyone who wants to look hi. best for holiday. And we're equipped to care for just such a volume of busine... n An Emergency Call Us for Special Service CLEANERS & DYERS MACK AT NOTTNGHAM TU ccpt center Before balt crosses hne of <scrmmage t must be passed irom. ongmal ball recever to an or player f a player crosses hne of scnmmage before he passes ball to a teammate play is llegal Players must wear basketball or tenms shoes except hen :; n agreement S U. of D. Moonlight to Be Held July 7th The fourth annual Moonlglht S?On sored by Evenmg College Com merce and Fmance of Umversf) of DetrOit wn be he.ld on Wednesday eve111ng July 7 on Steamer Put tn Bay The boat lea'ves foot of Frst Street at 8 45 p m "Hank' Fmney and 11s celebrated orchestra wu be featured J ultus Ryehhek.nd EdWn G Ed. wards are co charmen and Wll be as slsted by Robert Rucel Carme FeU) J ereme Syzmaszek Kathleen Roban. t William McLnden. rene Gaunt and Mathals Hoffman Tckets ma be obtamed from charmen or ir a$slstants and at U of D booth.t tlte foot of Frst street reaohed between both coaches 1'egard No ncense Treeo n Erypt ng use of cleated shoes Ancient Egypt had to mport all bf lts ldcense of myrrh pne resn or labdanum as no lncense trees or shrubs grew m country Michigan School Survey Planned Legal Notice A gr.nt of $12500 from Gener.1 EducatOn Board 111 ew York Clt) a Dr Fred P York 8430 Graac: Rl'Yer Rockefeller supported orga111zatlon to Ave DetrOit Mlchl.an finance a sun ey of secondary school edu<:.ahon n Mchigan was announced STATE OF MCHGAN County of 111Lansmg today by Dr Eugrne B \Va) ne ssat a sesson of Pro. Eliott state supenntendent of public bate Court for sald County of \\Ta)ne 111struchon The grant was made to held at Probate Court Room n State Board of Educatlon of whch City of DetrOit e eghteenth Dr Elhott 15 exe'cuhve officer day of June 111 year one thousand 'We 111tend to develop haslc pol nme hundred and thirty seven Present Cy n accordance With which se(:. Joseph A Murphy Judge of Probate ondary curnculum should be T:e\ sed 111 Matter of Estate of JOH\J Dr Elliott announced The wqrk Wll WEDr:L (or WEDEL or WE:DL) requ1re a year of study and sutvey of deceased On reading and fihng several secondary curriculum revlslon petrtron of Dr Fred P York praymg projects now under 'way 111vanous sec that admmlo;trahon of sa1d estate he tlons of U111ted States Followmg granted to MarVn L Kanes or some nattonwlde study of se projects speclal attention Wll be gven to Mlch gan needs E11101tsaid n Mchgan as well as 10 or states ma.ny hg1hschools al e anxous to lrnpro\ e r practices but do no know what to do Schools should be gve11 assutance generatmg a funda mental phllosophy that wul enable m to make defimte sound commitments as to r d1f'ectlon and progress We hope to he able to make defi11lte recom mendabons at end of a year wh1ch should develop m way of better legal and adml11lstratl've orgamzatlon fpr pl1b edueahon n Mchgan J or SUitable person t S.ordered That n111th day of August next at ten 0 clock n fore noon at sad Court Room be ap?onteu for heartng <t.aldpettion And t S furr Ordered That a copy of ths order be published three successve 'Weeks prevlous to sald tlme of heanng m Grosse Pomte Re. view a newspaper prmted and Clrcu lated n sad County of Wayne JOSEPH A MURPHY Judge of Prob.te (A true COP)) CLFFORD NELSON Deputy Probate Reguiter. Many Opportunities h.ve been cre.ted for V15tors to ExpOStion and a1l flee The Te1e Offered by Navy Vson City 15 located 111 '\ arled n. du<;tncs B41d11lg and TeleVSon Lieutenant Alfred J. Homann U S Theater 1S 111 Hall of Pl0gress 'N'avy ofhcer 111charge oj DetrOt \Ve "..ll have $ "orth of 'N'a\y RecrUltmg StatOn states that specal equ pment 11lc1udl11g2::'10000 can due to 1l1creased number of enhted de pm\er light ng complete Holl)\\ood penonnel requ red to man new sets ghtlng equ pment camel as and battleshps recently author zed long 1 specal apparatus sa d \Vendel Mc hst of watrng applicants for enlstment Mahll drector of new sensaton 111 l."t avy has been considerably re at F'\.po"lt1on duced At present time apph.cants \r Johnny Q PubJ c i'\ol1..s mto do not have to valt for SX or seven TeleVSOn City tl1 Vaned ndus months before y can be enlisted as tnes Buldl1g by meal1s of specal wa::. pe"louly tl e case but f found equpment 'rs Johnny Q Public can quahfied may be enhsted n a much see and hea.r him n TelevlslOl1 shorter penod o time _ Theater 111 Hall of Progress ne"t Young male ctizens of Unnted doer The telev SlOn demonstratlons States betv.een ages of 17 and 25 \\lll be contmuous who desre tnforrnaton relattve to en ltstl11g 111 Na\'y may obta n same n detail \\thout oblgaton by callmg or wnt ng to avy RecrUltmg Sta lqn GiOO 1\ ew 1< ederal Bleig Television City to Open in Cleveland ClevelandAnd nowt s TeleVSon The Great Lakes ExpOSitOn today annotillced that a big TelevlSlon City and... modern Tetevon Theater DRNK Bohemian BEER THE and enjoy Armour's Star SMOKED FANCY Broi.ling BEST SERVED WHEREVER QUALTY COUS Whole or Stnng Half b.27c ea. Fresh Dressed Chickens b.25c Red Ripe WATER MELONS 261b. 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Sc Ke1"Chulttl AveDue 344 R'...d B..cL Mack Avenue.9 MEALS AHEAD! CUT HOLDAY FOOD COSTS WTH KROGER FOODS! FREE DELWERY K...h...) Aft Pho"... N. lsgo1501 icare in Handling of Milk Pays During Summer Months "Vhen you sleep late on Sunday mo"nmg and breakfast milk or cof fee cream has a tallowy cappy taste don t blame mllkman t Before you were around to place it n cool shades of refngrator your mtlk was probably subjected to a sun bath for whtch nature nevt:r mtended it Suuhght is tnjuftous to tre fine dell cate flavor of mlk and cream ard e"i: posure to duect sunhght for any tme Wll often bnng about a decded offflavor Durmg summer rules for handhng mtlk properly must be mar" than ever stnctly observed Of course use only fresh pasteurtzed mllk t ts weu to know approximately tlpe ;}our mlk i!l deln ered on mlkman s <;ummer schedule so that :you may bnllg t nstde promptly and place t 111 re ngeratol! Mamtatn trhe temperature of your mllh. and q:eam below 55 degress Fahr enhett and do not hold tt longer than three days m your refugerator Never leave mlk bottle standng outsde refngerator longer than tt 1<; act ually n use Mlk and cream m ptehel S should be removed f"om table first after meal and placed drectly 111 refngerator \ hen prflpanng to defrost a me to remove mllk or any of food chanlcal ref11gerator 1t is not necessary from rerngerator Mehal11cal refngeraters are now deslglled to hold an adequate terp.perature to keep down bacter allncrease n mllk and food durmg defrostmg' penoo But keep mllk well covered at all tunes for 1t readlly abso1'lbs odors and flavors of or foods Scrupulous care tn handlmg milk 111 summer pays not only by sav111gmtlk from loss through spolng and SOUrng but by matntam111g ts refreshll1g flavol and palatablty and refore assunng mlk a popular place n famly s dally det A llberal use Of mtlk 111 drmkmg and 111 cookll1g serves 111 a short p'enod of time to lower total grocery bll t has been repeatedly proven that more ml1k used tn tne family food budget lower total cost of budget Wlll be Mlk that 15 kept cold sweet and palatable by proper handlmg and refngerahon S taken Willngly by chldren 1n full quota of one quart dally winc :ris recommended for r protect01'\ and best growth Mlk S an deal hot wear food for Loth chl dren and adults Dunng summer body p"ocesses call for quantltes of hqmd and food easly dgested and preferably alkalme m reacton to balance actdlty of or foods Be cause of tts ltquld form tn11k 15 easy to asstmllate Smce re S no waste to mtlk t lays no burden upon digestive tract brut S directly converted 111toenergy and mamtenance matenal Water Carnival s Y.W.C.A. Fourth of July Contribution 1 A water carmval wtll be Camp Tal aht s contnbutlon to July Fourth celelbratl0n on Lake Chelan near Bnghton ThiS DetrOt Y W C A employed gtrls' camp opens for ts tent 1 season on July 3 wtth a capa("lty regtlatloll for holiday week end MiSS Hazel Hardacre 1S dlrectmg camp agan tlus seas'on Wlth MSS Florence Mtddletoll recreation dlredot and 1hss Loretta Netzel swlmmmg director n charge of water fete. Mary grls from offices ndustral plants and households have reglsteled for short and long vaca+lon perlod Camp activlttes are planned espectally for 4 grown up g111s' There are no rules Campers may get up when y please and sh11 get breakta"t al1l! parbclpate in whatever actjvltje mterest m There S no cut and dued routme at ths camp WhC1 S plmarly to gve glrls a chance to buill up r Auto License Plates for Second Half of Year Now on Sale Auto bceme plates for last half of year are now on sale...t Secretary of State S office 4105 Ca<;s CREPES priced for ev9rydoyl $1 and $1.15 ThSyear you must have crepes. :: and now here's a 3 thread crepe priced for economyl ts speciol high twstsdk Sextra sheer extradull "' 0.il 1'1 Thursday Ju'ly \ health and strength for long Wn.. avenue and bran<:hes throughout Wa ne \ ter s work ahead and to pro\ de an op County portuu1ty for m to learn to do fhe thmgs y ha\ e always wdnted to do d.nd perhaps never had a L.hance such as ndmg golf teums SWlmm'ng cilv. mg and crafts sketchmg dramatic> and games of all 501 ts Free mstructloll 1::. glvcn by skilled counsel1on Reglstratlcns are bemg tclken at camp offlee at Detrol"" Y W C A bmldmg 2230 Wirell street and ressts snags amazng y See what new lovel ness t brings to trim ankles' Quat V Doubly CerftAed by Good Housekeeplnsand BefterFabrlcs Tesl ng Bureau Vlarren Shoppe E. Warren near Haverhdl tc... # (rt So... HbLEPROOF \ i clearer sheerer 'he sale begins July 1 and all persons 1"0\\ operatmg cars carrymg stlckera must get plates nasmuch as re are now more than stcker cars 111 Wayne County Leon D Case Secretary of State anticpates a ve"y busy month 10 tho Detrolt area 14We Wll be well prepared to glv. speedy servlce to those who get tr plates early m month' satd Mr. edse and so v.ant to urge motortsts to VStus a<:50011 as possjble and avotd discomforts mcldent to last.. mmute rush' Reorganize Personnel of Highway Commissions A reorgamzatjon cf e"{ecubve personnel of re'search and teastmg dlvls0n of state hghway departme 1t was announced ths week by CommSSoner Murray D Van Wagon... er J W Kushl11g research and testmg en\5meer Slllce 1933 has resgned to become Vce presdent 111 charge of engmeerng for Hghway Steel P 0'" ducts Co of ChCagO Heghts ll. Hl'" assstant Wlham W McLaughhn w1l1be promoted to actmg research and testng engmeer E A Fmney assls" tant professor of CVl el11gmeermg at \1lchtgan State Lollege Wll be Me.. J a1.1ghhns asslstant The changes arc effecttve July 1 Mile. of Waterways There are rolles of navigable waterways n basn of Yangtz.e Klang and ts trbutary rvers m Sourn Chna The en.. tlr basm S accessble from th.e sea ALL KNDS COMPLETE SERVCE ncluding close attenhon to loue. Full protection and reasonahlp co.l. i Ask me for quotations before renewng JACK SUTTON General Underwriters nc Buhl Bldg OFFCE HOME Lower Mortgage New or Oldn CH N Costs on Properties Good Neighborhoods nterest as low ai FHA Up to 80% of appratsal No mortgage tax. nterest and PrnCipal Paymenb.a Jo..wa 4 1ot V2 $643 per $1000 p.r month Non. FHA Up to 60% of appraisal Pnncipcll payments as low as 5% per lul /.) Dum. Monthly payments as low as $633 per $1000 per Up to 20 years mo'1th Resldenhal and Busnes'! 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