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B - Local History Archives
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11IE GROUE POIIIft
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'HOllE LEJIIOXI.
THE HOME NEWSPAPER
CROSSE POINTE AND nlE. FOUJITEE NnI CONCRESSIONAL DISTRICT
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14-No. II
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GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, XOVDtBER
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9, 1939
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Economy Group
A Wonderful Time Was Had • • . • . • lAcal Horticulturists,
• • • in spite of th.i .noo..e1l:pt"lP'
... inn. of the winnen who
He-Elected In City
Chrysanthemum Show
varied in ageirom 2'h to 12 YUrt.
Of Grosse Pointe
Saturday and Sunday
;
Thirteen
hundred and forty-eight
residents
of the City of Grosse
Pointe braved the rain and cold to cast their baliots Tuesday.
of the incumbents were re-elected
.Iso voted upon favorably.
and the two propositions
All
were
(Loft
. I
Grosse EU8'gerationJ?
FOR MA YORMason P. Rumney .....M...........
FOR CLERICB,. A. PRYOR
N'orbert P. N'el!
In spite of the awful eonllict in FOR COlJMCILMEN_
Hugh M. Dill
Europe, tbemail
censors manage to
Ralph B. Netting
Jce~p Ih~;r sell!e of humor. We hurd
Edward F. Spilzer
that a woman living here, received a
Walter C Hartwig
_
Jetter from her husband, who happens
D.
M.
Ferry,
Jr
.......
to be 'stuck' in one of the war zones.
. Chester F. C..rpcntcr ........
_
When the letter arrh'ed, recognizinl'i'
John H. Made
ber 11usband's hand writing, she oPened
James S. Roehm _ ........
it in feverish huteo I~side, she ~ound
Ed. R. Peoples
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your
husband
talks
too
FRONT ROW
1,149
M
1.099
ClilMOND
RANDALL
1,039
744
742
732
FLOYD
ZEF.B
REDES
_
r~;::
1.050
RACI(
(Left
1,021
ROW
to RiPt)
MARCARET
O'DELL
999
JANET LOWRY
823
MA.R-VIM SCHWEM
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l.i"NN WEiSrI'iGEl\
846 I
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'l:bw' a ~
\ut ia
eloine it, .h. rot bieeoqbs aad blew
fifte:ca thousaad perco1&tor tops, before aIJ)'OlIe could stop him.
P art 1.'C.1p a't.
.oo-oo
..to
'oo'
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ID'
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Armiatice Day Servicea
~
-Mason School p. T. A. sponsored al Doril T.fQk doiDg' a tap dance; JUJI 10118'lql1 and anus; a JriaDt .. ized 10ftFilteen Girl Scout troops and ele.ve!!1 costume Hallowe'en party on Tuesday, Rex, LeiP Pucoc, Donald SeUen,t and crow and maso. of all kindt. These
All our eul,. skepticism aboat the Boy Scout troops in the Grosse POlllte Oetober 31, for all the boys and girl I Harr,. Fitzsimmons as acrobatic ~s;
decorations
were -<loue in the art
lie" mallagentent
of the Punch and municipalities have been invited to par. in the community.
1>(r. Lawrence D, Yvonne HodIlrSDD.Ann Jensen. atcomrla .. e. ~t \h,on
~!1d were
Judy Theatre, has vanished.
We've ,icipate in a grand scOut rolliy and,' Marr and his committee huds, Mrs. panied by Mary Fra1lees Hudson in an ranged In the gj1J1!laS'um by member.
lfI'OIIVn to like the lobby: and their run Armistice Vay service at the Groue Howard Scobie and Mrs. Percy Beatty, interpretive
dace: as well 15 Miss 0: ~he Art Cluh.
of good and NEWER pictures, is a Pointe Lutheran Church. worshipin8' in organized an interestin8' e,-ening's pro. Denise DePorre who played two iOlo
~eedle5J to. say the five hundred
pl~l!!1l1t ~UIJlrise. Best of all, we can the Pere Gabriel Richard Sc!:"d ;ludi- gram from 0'30 to 8:30 p. m. Included numDers on her accordian.
.
school children: pilrents, a~d .teaehen
look up the weekly schedule in the torium, Kercheval and McKinley. next were a mO"ie, "namateur
show with
The gymnasium was decorated ..-~th h~d a most enJoyalJle evenlng I enterGrosse Pointe Re\'iew, (if vOll'll ex- Sundaj', November 12, at 11 o'clock.
Jacqueline Beally, Janet Foster, and huge Hallowe'en
pumpkin-men
w,th tammnt.
cuse the plug), and make our- plans ac:Url.
Wilber
M.
Hrucker,
wife
of
.
ariingly.
former Governor Brucker, will deliver
:he Armi~tice pay add~m, speak,~ng on
WL ..
GVA.
We understand
that _~'v.. m1.. ~" 'FOundations In • Luting P .. r~ Mr •. ,
•
.. .. 11_ .. __
;I" -. - _ - _ _
g
ell
.c.aeth!n
by not having !ee~ }'hU-~c.~ '1 Brucker is a .v.:
knewn educator and
At a meeting of the Farms C;:ouncil
ETanl In Hamlet. However. our sent!. lecturer on CIVICS.
last Monda). a building renu,,,bering
Srh~1
zr-,
W-II.
I Paul M. tDeac
I Explain
th W r M
M
Farms Adopts Building
Renumbering Plan
alents are NOT th~t of a local debu.
The sen'ie. will he in char~e of the
tante .... ho, when asked if she'd seen it, Rev. M. Luther Canup, D. D., pastor,
Hid, "'Vhy should I go to see it, I've 1II.hois a member of the Sons of Amer.
dog and a scolly. Not a \"ery pretty
picture, but its present o~ner has given
glamour to the pup by telling his incredulous friends tha t it's a "ery rare
species: SO rare in fact, that there arc
only three in the country-this
his two brothers!
one and
OBI Vb, Y
ST.
R
The marriage business is a flop,
When thil i. an it neh:
~Jones won .t b e respom,_ e
LOVE'
'Ll
I
For ~{rs. Jones's deht~."
ordinance was adopted. The ordinance
Paul},f,
Deae, foreign correspond.
i~ to '"ke efrect Jan::ar). 1St:,. 19-40. ent, Iingu;st. lecturer, formerly DiploThe adoption of this ordinance is a matic Editor of the Tribune de la Pe-
1c::n Revo!ution and for 12 ),ears was
chaplain
of the Detroit
u
A~!'
D
. chapter.'11'
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,._e!lle
"R-","rs.
I.
f'
"b ceppmg
R
. kWI. d"sm ....
OC" () •.,.ge~
y
emlC, an ,ur.
Edgar
sing "Thatt
S
SJohn Geist,
fO'd" Jr.b will
J hAW
~,.
B b0 .• , d yon
'{'
weet tory
. - es.
• ~,sses
ar ~r~I an d -' .a"an
11 I
a
bl~uster
gato
''Th
WI
pay
A a 1VIO
S In "b
an plBno 0 I M' ,
". ISS
S e Stnge h on 11', • II yb raga.
t th
e a d e tI
p,ano
f USan
hid ep ~nson WI
d
or
.t. e sen'lces.
II e an .. b
posWag
u e,
j
h "p 1 pre Ch
p a)'lng th
tel I tt R'nm
orus.
y
•
Th as e. a er..11 b ..
th
d
nero
• ~er\"llce wi
egm WI • 1& gran
proceSSlona of boy and glr scouts,
(ContinUed on Pll4re Two)
---__ ._
from
out of".hen
town. the Hedogaccepted
offer andll
arrived. theit
turned out to be a cross between a bull
Farm. Property Ownera
Aaan. Meeting Nov. 13th
"ery progressi"e step in the histor}. of
rv;r,~c F2~!n5 ~;nce it wi!! dear
up many difficuities encountered
by
.
h
the Post Office Department
III t e
sorling of mail and .....i11 also aid in the
prompt deliver y of merchandise to resi.
dents of the Farms and permit for acI curac y when it becomes
necessary for
Ihe Potice and Fire Departments
to
make emergenC\., calls. ),!any citizens
01 th e Farms have expressed them5eh'es as being very plcased with the
renumbering plan.
Mr. Emmett F. Connelj', ...ho has
b
T
f h \"11
f G'
e~n a rustce 0 tel
age 0
rosse
POInte Farms for several years, nsigned at the last regular meeting. He
statcd t hat h'tS new d'u.tles as ,.n..'d
Cll en t
we met a }'oung man from
of the inYCstment B"nkm
'r....
AS5oc,al'on
timrs
finds
that
an)
',
..\ ,,'o","n ,'. I,.•.••
" ......
~<.....
",h ~t(:rt'd,
her
for life. Vlme.
hus.hdifid
I,ol!'.~-when
'\,.
ha~n't
shc's
~hc', fini,~h('rl!
Fwry n,l)' :< fit~" r',}' for a gra«
1\,nl'l\\'.
11 c:."':i1l'" \Hil'j("n
~~:r! \\!,~t tht:
I
),Ir.
Dcae
to
--'-
boun"=::;
h ~.
ply of ~
dacb, .ad c!:ic;kelU o£.
fered, there wi! be a mammoth turke,.
preteJIted. A1Jo there will be 20 added
features cioDaied by ~ iudiviliaal ROo
tarian..
A. F. Hernaua
is 8'eneral chairman
He is beiDc assisted by the following
committee: E. ]. Poncraz, V. R. Dc.
Petris, Ernest Provo, F. H. Henk, Palll
Rehmul,
Adolpb Verdonckt,
F red
.
car
PAUL
M. DEAC
n:. 2-33Z8.
Frands
Ni{i~7~etty
~" L
1445 ......
Shaeffer,
Grosse
.r.o..
The replar
sbOW' sehd-ale caDs for
fifty cw,es
in cut blooms Inel
potted plaats which embraces pompons, liacle.,
anemone,
e:cmmC!'dal.
""l,ibiliull, Japanese and cascade t)'PC.
\Vbile the major part of the cxhihition will be provided by the conserntarie:
of the large pd,'ate estates ill
Grosse Pointe. Rochester aad Bloom.
field Hills, the person without glass
will have an opportunity
of entering
Mer
santhemums, sprays or blooms."
Local florists as usual will eonlrihute
arrangements
which arc outstanding.
Vincent R. DeePtris, Grosse Pointe
Farms, ....ho is known nationaliy (or hi.
lIV<!rkin hybridizing", ill include in hil
display several new creal ions includinc
at least three large blooms. "Saratoga" in color a deep gold; "Gladiatora striking red with gold reverse. and
"Leviathan" a pleasing golden yellow;
als" a sil'lgle. an arctic hybrid. whicb.
he callJ "Admiration" and contribute.
and entirel)' new play of color to the
chrysanthemum
world ,,'hich may b...
best described as "muskmelon bronze.
Visitors to the show are favored in
h'
th' fi t
.
of om of
aVlng
's rs pre\'lew
s e
the introductions of 1940.
(Continlled On l'lI4re T wo)
~
Pn,nle
. '.
of cJie
foliage may be used," altd aus No. 53,
"Vas. of hardy outdoor grown Chry..
,OY.,
M:rcerc,
fcatare
two c1as.es for outdoor grOWIl
bloom.; tbese are Class No. 52. ~Basket of hardy outdoor grown Chrysan'themums, arranged for elIect, outdoor
Pointe Chapter of
U. 01 M. Club to
"eet December 13
shire.
Mr.
--ewtiac
j in
Giaeler, and James Dry •.ule.
Tickets may be procured from any
member of the Rotan- aub.
The Grosle Pointe chapter of the
University of Michigan
Oubb will have
.
h .
their
next meetUlg
er K~~[ L In
h'
I Decem
d"
t e Pierce Scboo au ltonum,
erCne.
val nenUe
at b'Nottingham.
.
b'
•
f For this
bor the du . II rlnglng
.
. rOm .\nn
~Ing
Ar
the 9Z':1Ic<:e UniveTltybt' Concert
B dab.....
h'
an. i'
II
m.m""rs
d may
h 0 aln: elr
own
ree
h
h tK:ket
dd"an pure
1 . au
k not more
"..
t an tree f a ,tIona
tiCf ets
h f atII JV
eents
each
_
b romf anyone
h . k 0 t e .0 0......
IlIgD mem
et comm,ttce:
M ers
M 0
.h t ~e tiCan..
S
h Bid
r.
. ." eauer, """ tro
go.,
or 1215 Audubon.
Miss Bernice Moore, Pierce School.
Mr. Vincent PeteTson, 1068 Devon-
reader.',
The \,ro"e
Pointe.. Rc"ie",
de.
h
h
"res to state t al any OOmlC'In;
~ may
1-:'
lad,'anee
are hi<-~ntf not ne~cssarilv
tho.e
thi. new'papcr.
\Ye "re ceon'fidr'nt that 'ollr rcaders "ill find hi.
.. om e WoodsCommunity Clu.b
~ro~
0;
I
I
Groue Pointe Park
FIOre
Repo..&-
IPromInent
.
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h:,,,,~,,: :"C
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<"l'\!,,(".~
tl:c
-em her m.ot in'l: , nn 10 h(come
bcrl of the a;soci~Tion.
(;e.'«r
"eve, ""0<
;00£
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'P...;,otr :,.cn~"'I ..i ~';'."eh a~" i"IClYC'1 "a,
m.:. hc maoc),y
(: 'ct (cmr'rr,
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rif r.1:,in~
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~j1I; ;.;;":,,~c;"":~.ai \' nTT'.Oi I FO'I" Jo'b
mcm. \I;'" l1H "C ',', or;; in r;,'''' r 'Poln te are i can Gro ...
ill\ltt;J
:~ attend
this mCClm.ll'.
0
ReSident
Nnv..m~r 4th
Motion-Picture Display
at Go P. Women'. Club
I
'Tl:
I
,:cc' ,.:
I•. " .::\-('~ ~-:-.... "~\n,.,l
li,oIlRh:. I', r:, '<1 he ,;>eccl,ic,~.
(C<laUrouOllOIll'~c
Two2
(In introducing
te-......
to ... __
Librar;-, Kercheval at Xottingham.
DepL
I~
..... u . t
'Air.
Herbert L. Hobart, !>{alTe:School,
22294
D
h
f'lI
It
~{-'\"1I:
R
u: to dt ~ adv.~nt
ch.' y :a.
'fro '\'~Il~am '\~tkn:
'f'
S h I "h'eat. eran
t e ~eSlt~nls startIng t el~
-'" r, . , ,am a . ms,,,
alfe e 00.,
coltlnO' ""t em<'M
. ~ "'S"".
<er:~' presented each weck, of transThe Gro'<e r\';"lte \\'ooJs C"mmun.
J fi
h . h P !~~'e'!_
k
ccnde~t intcrest.
it....Pla"!1I'ollnd ha, been dosed for the
An~' t.'ckels remallllng after Dece~res an occfurr~~ hlll t.e
~r
r~.
_.
ber I ...,11 be sold to the general public. cent l y, some 0 "IC
were QUIte $e,'0
,season, ha\ln~ had a ve~~ successful
l."n;,'er"ty of MiclJigan ,",lumMi \\'ho IOU"
.
'umrr:er untfcr the supervISIon of MISS are inlerested
in I'oining the dub
On Octoher 16 the fire d.parlmer.t
' Died
S"mrllricu.t
... ith tl,e co.operation (>f .h""I" .rn:! I" '!c
!-!cnc,- "'a~cc~ r, .. :. e:! ~ ~:~!~o :~" ,.~.",. •. r :.~",.
lIne \ ,liaQ:e and liuh.
\\ e hope to IJones. 137: Whittier. for an applica- G. E. Mo.er at IflU "'er,<IM~ton Dm'c"
\\'e ha,e karncrl. ",lh rr"r~t.
of: h",'c "n ~cc .katinl< rink on the play. ti(>n blank. It i, not nece'.'ary to be where they fo"nd the
co"'rlete'y
t',. 1",< In 1;", C"'''m'' o;t" of .\ <l"" " I i=:ro..n~ I " ",m!rr.
Ia l[rarluate 10 become a rel"'Jlar mem- ahlne "n ~TtlnL .\, ler ao",\'[ \"0
~c\:al':l. "ho p~"( ~ ."a,' la.t -" ..... ~a' .. 1 An,'''nr inlerc'led
:n <lc\Clorin~ a1h.,... .. -\ny rerson ...ho has taken re,,hour< of hard fi'lhtlM" the fire \\'.1< e:<\c\C'rnl1cr 4. aHt"t .an ;i:nc5S of (.\'~:- a I (('1mmWl'!Y c~nt('r in Gr("lc.~~ Pomte dent or t'xttn~j("ln ,,-ort< from the uni. tln'lltlli~nerl
:.nrt 1t '''rile. 1",')tlnr\ r:,;;~ the
.I r,.r', ,1,.: 01i('n.
\\'(\(lr.< i< in, ited tl'l attend our nexI ,'ersily ma)' join the or",ani,ation .. Par- efficient "ork ~f t,h fire. n,'»r'."o"t
e
the man,. re'l'''':'
r~c~i,'erl from o"n.
~!r, .'rl,alll. ""0 ,,~. (wer ~::: ,'~,c' 'c."" mc.:,"".
Decem!>er 7 ,: g p.
e"t. who ha\'c. or ha-'e ha<l. ehrl<lren h~<l kept II .n",r., .. conhne<l \0 the
cr, "f r''',ert,.
,1ut';cc of lhe orl(;[in.l
~fr' ..\. "'. Brn"rr will <1",,,, e01Me" ('iT!, ,,'a< II,. "wr,(r l"r ",'cr 13 ; cae, '1 '''C l"""c
""ornle \\'""n'
)'fllntcipal atlendlllll' the l"niver,ity (If ~fichill'.n alllc. On Ih,\ call t:1e Park fire nearea a ncci,i,," ".,. marie ill Ih, Octo- motion riel"r"
"f (amp R.nl1e,' and "f tJ'e \"O«e i'0; ':f p" ,,', '/',
""'1'];;-11,.
,,".,","
1M fl.c (;r,,«e Poinle are a's" in"ilttf to join, Rr joinin", he. rarlment
\\a< a''''lrn
h ... lhc ucpart.
hrr rn('C'tin~
tn t':\:("nd
fh(': ~rttl.
Th("
('If \;UiA11,
~.;rnf'n"
:H fhe' m('C'ITT1~ ()f T'11~rr. ~n1
h.1r1 fli;l"':'; ir~~r:,15 :11 tr:'e I "-"I''lei .. (,.(l~f'('Il r;,Q1"lft g ('ll1;nhl~ fC'r f('lr~ n~c~mhfr I. any pr"~p(,:cli\.t
mf'm~
mtnt
fronl
Grc'oc:.<.(': Pc\i:1:~ CitL
nr\,,' h<'llln{].1f'rc;
~'
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I.
I m,l~('
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,. Lt, the (;ro"~ r,,'nlr Proir«j"lla'
\\'OlllI' ." r •,ro.
.
I mrm',r"<',:.., i.] 'I-e
I'.
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c'''h
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For furthcr
•
her may cxercise
filII
memhcrshi"
(In ;';unna,'. (let.,I,,,
7'. > r,'l ".,~
f "rm • '11 h ("r~1;"'.1.
"
'1."''''"'
-"" '-~n
cn', CllIh on Thnr.'nar, Xn\'en1~(r II).
L.
.'
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,. t'l - ::l'.in. "":cormatlnn rail \:'a ...,q .<74.;.
privilges on these tickel<recelH,. I' ff"m lnr.;
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f"'1
rl.nrr~ I ~tnl{'("~"i'(",e.,r'l"
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r rNn,
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t"r1," 0\\ n~rs ,':1'1:;'
t~,(" ~r("::l in{'jo~("r!
n:n"11"'r
\, in 'h,. c:.("r, 0;
~t f.. Jt1 lil !~~. T- l ..Ii,,\". :'"(W("T',""r
i ;ot ~.
P:.,!i'1O,
r::u:tnu ,)('Ime ."'~ :\{i. n .Ilnr (:1.
("re
Th
I'",
f'or The Ladie!
The Rirl "',,, marti"
'"
"
boast a more intimate knowledge of
European
diplomacy
than Paul M.
Deac,
His culture and cosmopolitan training,
- couD.led with an alert and inquisi.
tive mind. enable him to prohe de~ply
and thorough I"
of most
> world problems
delicate approach.
He is, in fact, the only American
d'd
d
f~relgn or war corre,pon ent prO"l e
with a real diplomatic background.
The first of Paul ~1. Deac's articles
~pp~ar;. elscwhcre in today'; paper.
I
eBeI'I1
I
tite Entente
and Aide to important
European statesmen, is now writing a
series of articles of foreign affairs for
The Grosse pointe Review.
Ko authority on foreign altair. ean
I GroHe
takeoftcn
a grcat
of
I
,b
t'
f of
his Amcrica
time andwould
is ve".'
out dcal
of the
e rcgu ar .,o"cm er mee '''g 0
California. who knows Joan
f"'-i the Grosse Pomtc Farms
Propcrty
CII)" and hc felt that lhe counCIl should
He tells lIS that it is absolutely true Owneu a«ociat,on
\\':11 he hrld ~t 8 h~"e 5"mc""e ".h" is h~!!~r able to
that she makes hcr own bed, deans p. m. Monna,', Xovembcr 13. in room atlend mc~tin'l;5 and who has the time
her O""n rOOm a"d looks over the
1
. -.
.
Jr' L ~ L TIT
(,
." \' 11 ~ .ff '-- "'l,_'
1140 the (,ro"e P""'le
'1:'1 ;'(.000
I" 00" 3- •• er ... c ."a .. c. ,a:".
.,,~,
hOtT•• ~"ld liner. c,'~ry weei<. becau~e
This a,socialion
was formcd abollt C01IDcii appro,cn
the appolOTment "f
~ho E~'JO~'S dO~':". it. Well: y..c'd c~. one and a haif ye"rs ago. to protcct ~lr. ,,"m. K. ~[Ilir I,) fill lhe Hcaney
JOy do.nrc It too ,t )u.: onec ID a .. h,l. and ad,'ance the interc<l v[ l"Ul'orty ),!r. ~f"ir hat .c",cd on 'the council on
-' ml'ght S,,~n
'".
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an d t h e m~m h er<
-e
in Clark Gah'''s
arms lowners ann re,i<lcnt< of the area en- pre,',oll' occa.,o",
.
Or cry on Spcncer Tracy s shoolder, clo.cd h" :.rack. TIc1an>:cr, Cha1fonle of the hoard .... re vcr" r1ea'etf when
lIInen Ining;. R0t too 10"'1:". A. it ;<lan<l ),!adi,,,n a,cnIlC'.
F,v co."pcratn,,:i(,.<1 of his acceptance of the ap'
no .... our domc<lic cmot,,,n~li<m i. inlr "ilh Ihe h"ildCT< of' new home< (lQ:ntmcnt.
9,'" ,tcit C'n 1hl" ';H1'nrl"ym~n.
,,"ho ha~ a wrt!1in :h(' ar!'.l lh co~"~0C'i~til')n h,,~ h("('n
------"'iie and fivc clJilrlrrn and nOt"n't l{ive ahle to m~ir.tain rcason"b1c bl'ilding
a ""hoop whrt:-:rr ~};(' htltton holr!' on r~~trlctionc..
our blo",e are ,tarchrr! tC';cther or not.
A< a r""lt nf
i~lrrc'l ,1,0"'" and
Recently
e ..
ea n.'
Each Week in This Paper
of _~.
~~
I
read the book 1"
A Grosst Pointe ma.I, \\'00 wanted
a dOll', was offered one by a friend
prO-I
Rotarians to' Stag'e Fall
.Party November 20th
El
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DOLOR~
FOR ASSESSORNeil Blondell
fO. wl'lHA&LECharles H. Locke "._ ......_._
FOR JUSTICE OF PEACEFrank W. Linnedmann, Jr. _
Joseph P. Uvick
M_
PROPO-"TJO!lf!
PnpoeitIoD to bornw $lz.-Yes
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SIMMONS
1.168
M_ 1.019
Theo G. Osius __ "' __
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JOAN WEISINCER
.rEANN!.
• shed ~ ~:lPer01': wh:d::w:a pr:llt~:1,FOR TREASURER"Madam,
_ •• _\.ttt
to Riclrt)
JACK ROWE
ELIZABETH
HOLLINGER
1,101
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Mrs. F. S. Ford
Mrs. J. ll. l'ord, Jr.
!llrs. Joseph G. Standart
~{i:li. <;ameron
It '"Vi.t~rmiou
Miss Sarah W. Hendrie
Mrs. Murray W. Sales
Mrs. Fremont Woodruff
Dr. and Mr .. Fred T. Murpby
Mrs. JOhD W. Staley
Mn. James T. McMillan
Mrs. Dexter M. Ferry, Jr.
Mr .. Jobn S. Newberry
Mrs. Edwin S. Barbour
;,Yaido A. Avery
Mr .. William P. Stevens,
Mrs. John V. Redfield
Mr. and Mrs. Truman H. NewbertT
Mr .. Arthur H. BuM
Mrs. Frank W. Hubbard
The ReODd amma.I faU party of the
Mr .. Russel A. Ala...
GrODe Pointe Rotar,. Oub will be held
Mr .. John J. O'Brieu
Monclay evminc, N_bcr 20, at the
~e
R. Cooke
Ncia'hborhoocl Oub. ln4S Waterloo
Mrs. Edward H. Butler
avenue.
Mrs. Ii:. A. Turnhull
This UlulertaktD&' merit. tbe lupporl
r:.w,.., i.. Fora
of the citizcu of the Grnue Pointe
Dr. and Mrs. H. N, Torrey
cocnmtU1it:r. The ~
are daignecl
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. Webber
entirel,. to ebariUble mterprsca.
Mr. ud Mr .. Joseph B. Sc:.hlotmall
Amoq the uses to which last :rear"1
Mr. and Mrs. Edsel B. Ford
'WI!!'C :!~~'!d ~e
the send-I
Mrs. Hear,. Ford
.
of lIDdfto-prPrilegcd
Iloyl 10 the
lln. Standish H. Baem
ChIll S1III1JDct' cunp, Y. . Co-ope~tin!
wi.th t~e .sPOII~ng s0/ ~~hborhood
M C. A. _bcnbips
and tbe Good_,,,.et; ai'" t ..e uaroen wau ot MK:h'CaJlo
feUow Chr' Imal fwd.
It is hoped Junior League Gardea Oub, The Little
that incr~
sapport tbis year will Garden Oub, ~ro .. e. Pointe Branch
~e
p'ff'-<:;.-.:t ~=,,~to ~ahk. th~ 01 The Wnmf'ft ~ N!tl<:!!!al F1."'1lI ..,,4
JACK SOUDERS
The following is the tabulation of the votes:
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The roming week-end, Saturday and
Nu",.t:mucr 11 znd 11. win
vide flower loven with the opportunit:r of :c:eini' owe of the: b('st .;..x1..ibitoins of ChrysaDthemums
evCT staged
by the Gt-OSIe Poilue and E.asterD
M ichiga"" H ortieulfural Society.
This, and the Flower, Fruit and
Vegetable show .taged earlier in the
fall, are part of the edacational pro>
~am of the bortiCtlltural society for
1939, whieh bas been lI1:lde possible
by the following list of patrons:
Mr. ana Mrs. Loll R. MUOD
Hal H. Smith
lSUiiU4Y.
DACC ROW
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ml':e ;n )'f:. '. Elfc" K-ir'l;l-r"fl'. "j ~ro"e
pointe.:
", hro" ''':'1''".lrr' :,., I"r nrcneat'''n,
rrj
Priftttal'
Point.
Kon-Iona&. ~
II
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10~() ;;:c""rm~li\" han.
:\r:.
the
tht
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Hom~r T. Ri~elo .... ~f Gro~.e thr hla7(":..in tl'~ ~t~:c ~:~.:,.n'~,r ~,,')le
P"'n,~. h>< h~'n ~1ect~tf <oc.al cha r- of th.e h.",. c. \\ ': .r. ,~o, . , c.l,l<rr' hy
m~n
L.tt ... kia4 '"1":(": '", h .... 'r.rl 'fn;,..-{~\'. '."\('mhl"T~.
Printm. ~
1S11l :n :"c ;0',':' hallroom <It the L'r-I,'erI1IL
J Sit). of :'I"hlgal\.
0'
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fC"'r
nrw
T.l('l~r! H('luc.r
rlf"lrnlltC"'TltOl;
\\'e,' Quadnngle
M1chll""
,,,,hl("h
frrml~'t
i,ot r"lIH" n.i).1
1 '(
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at the L n'Hnlty
nrlC"(t"".C
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nre f,,,,,: '~"e' ,I, ", ,':", . ,_ '."d ~;;;ck1y h<ld tnc "laiC O,:l:I(;Cl,hc".
TRJt
DweUiq
Comfort
10f the Ilalf, :When he .peakl to the! up to the present time. The lecture
CoaIlderable
'\II'ork hll ~n
done loUISa St. CIaII' Chapter of tbe Dauah-l i, IpoDsored by Ihe World Advcntur'
..... ard the esta~lish1!'ent ot the co.1'- teu of the AlDerican Revolution at S.r~., the pl.lb!i~ !~HI~e CO"..:::e:.t th~
recl decree D_l numldlt)' for dwell.
l\ewberry House. Tbunliay, No\'Cmber 1111l1ilute.
....
_~rth hIS a lIO-Call:ed eom fOl1 16. MeMberl win allO lilt~
t. Mr.
_,
..."c
III a Jnaxunum
..
------temperalUre ot '70 derrees
Fahrenheit
Adams, who II prCSllient of Ot'pheus
IJld • minimum humidity ot 30 per cuit Collrt," "".iU be the slIbjeet of an .
elC
ctDl; a minimum
temperature
01 addrell by CarroU p. AUDlS, a member
15 ~ eo degree~ !ahrenheit,
and.
Club. IInll a ....oup of baritone IOlos.
Standings
ot Neighborhood ClIID
~um
hutmdlty o~ ~ per cenl.
He will be accompanied on the piallO football learues:
•
N.
the ranee which haa been ..
~
.... II
bliahed as bein. most arreeabl.
II people livin, in temperate
eli.
...
York Swanhout.
.
M~I. Paul Hale Bruska, "~t,
wiU
preSide at the mttlinlJ.
Mrs. Charles Jr. Lions .....,----A_ Bigelow, ~hairlnan of the Chapter'.
Red Winsl _
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mites.
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Louiaa St. Clair
Junior Amtrican
Citizens Clubs, will
report on the work of her c_illee
in s!JOIIlOrin!!'..I"h. in Ih. I...... l... n"'....
delllentary scdools of Detroit, in whi~b
'Wa.~ne Co~nt.y ~r~end of the Cou~. the steadily increasing
meo~rship,
aA A(jJunct 01 tne ,\ ~)'ne C"ullty
now numbering over two Ihousand, is
•
• el<pected 10 tolal over five thollsand
before tbe end of the school yeat.
~
~
IThe committee's work includes IlIJ'plyin, hand books, oullines, membership
pins and certificates 10 newly orpn' .;, I
ized .....oups.
.
Mn. Jacob J. Lamb, chairmaa or
"" '
tbe approved school cOlllJllittee, which
\
thi, year
I I is toncenU'atiall in elforta
. . •
- - IU~.Hi the j.). ~
It. $cnoel tor mOIlA.
taID boYI and 'Irll at Tamasset, Soutb
Carolina. will report on the commit.
tce's worJ. ill prep:aring boxes of cloth.
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pli
t be
t t tb
Inl an Slip ~s 0
.sen
0
e
school at Chnstmas.
Sateen
otber
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&<::hoolland coUtJr:es for allder-pri ..lI'Sed boyl and girb, who otberwi>e
Chapter D. A. R.
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J. VERBEKE'S
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FroNh
Ea.a
l"Uiiluv
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WhcIaaIe
aad Batter
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p.etaiJ
Dodaera ......__
Rams .._ .._-"
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1 2 0
3 lumes were Joan DOUIin~, Marl~ne
0 J 0 0 Pratt. NOI"IIl&Furneawc, Duane DavidMl4,et.
5On. Dean Froehlich. Joanne QUlndl.
Cardinals _._
......_-3 0 () 9 Gari Kenten,
Shirley Coulttr. Edilh
Wildcats ---..0 I 1 Z Michie, and Joaon.e EIliJ. The funnie,t
Btars -_ ....._
.....-_.0 2
.! coslume. woo pnzes for Belly Adel.
hart, Sally Iler, and Harriett Furton.
. The le~g'ue readin~ Ir. Lions made A perfect p:arty-witb
all the candy,
II lhre~ In a. r~_ wfIen..they d_ereat~d ice crhm and cookiel children enjoy.
u<.-'~.<o
KalD el~,'en oy .:le
In Ihe evenin"
/IlISS
Arndt enlerslzght mar,," of one point 1.~
Th~ tained her adult dancing dasses at an
~ams ~~redd first o~ a R~fty;;rdl pa .. informal dance, ler..;n, Ihe usual Hal.
rom
lyiLt t~ pau.
II.. r" ~ p IInge Iowe'ed
refreshments
eider
and
for ex:~a polnt.1 failed makmg the dOllJhnuta.
It wat surely another
srore ._n<1 6:{\ !n hvor ~! the RanI'. !Demar.ble ciay iD~ .U who llileod.ol;
~ 4'-":1"'''' A,,! ....,. b,•• "'_ 'fl"'lln ..... :;.'""-= ~ ....
a c1i~ax- ~'h~'~ Mili:" ..
I
------kle f
h
d
b I"\-..t
~c
0{1 Qutree .yar s an a)1~:e fawn..
c eeoodn
s pa u. to
~n
or POlllt was S
all d 111 meant VI(;.
tory No. 3 for the Lions.
R d W'
d L'
L
d l'
Pierce- Junior H~h School welcOllled
e . lOgS an
IDOlS are 'c .. e II e..
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more tllan four hl1m!r~d rarents and
meet today .I~ ",!IU sllou~h ll~;e~"
friends in its firlt Seventh Grade opell
I"j~"..
o"li
or -';~~.h;.
-.-n
11
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BIn'
boule, Friday. November 3. Student,
a::d facu!h' members -eeted the record
e'
turnout witb a-prOfram
of tours, ex.
bibits, demonslratioa •• and entertain.
ment.
Identified by name cards aad eleorted by seventb "ade pupils. visitors
were COtldueted through tbe building
Sculptor at Art "
IJUtitute November 12
FamOUI
••Open ••
All Day
Sunday
Call U. for Delivery
Beer Delivery
After 2 P. M.
t.\itwii no.glum,
bu. .. "i c..-plor~:,
will teU the story of the sculj>t"i; ••g
of the giant heroic heads in the Black
Hilb of South Dakota and show motion pictures of the leulpture~ wl1ell
he appears, in per,on, at the Detroit
Institute o! Art" Woodward at Kirby,
next Sunday afternDOn, November ll,
at JJO. Hi. motion picture iecture is
enlitled "Great Stone Faces."
Conlistinr of the heads of Thomas
Jefferson, Georre Washington,
Abraham Lincolll and Theodore Roolevelt,
the MI. Rushmore Sculplures are acc1aimtd a. triumph of sculpture and en.
gineering.
The heads are mammoth
and can be sua fl.,m a dislance of
more Iltan a quarter mile. Washinlrton's
nose, for inslance, is 1000rer than the
enlire height of the EeYPlian Sphinx.
The eyes ite eight feet across and tlte
mouth 18 feel.
Mr. Horlt'lum's lecture at the Detroit
Inslilule of Arts will be accompanied
I by m"tion pictures telling the compi('te I
story of the ~culplurts from t"e surt
Our deepesl sympathy goes oat 10
•
--------Hazel Allor for the loss of her father,
(t
, also to Mrs. Aticklon in the loss of
I,
II'~:~
I
Ice Cream
~~~b:~:. ~a.
DRINK
w.
] ..;,:.:.: ;:; :10: !..~i ;f
were an ...ery IIlael to lee Ethel
I
Call V.ln Time to Serve
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LEACH
DRUG
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SERVED
WHEREVER
TU. 2.3333
QUALITY COUNTS
1
pledge of aUeaiance 10 tbe Flaa ad
the siDPac Gf the NatioGal Anthem.
At dJ,e ~.
Of .&be acIlIreN lolita Dee B
teaoI the Gitl ScoatI bs
the Scout Oath. She will also givc= a
,hort talk on "ScOllling. m
The lervice will close with Ihe dOll:.
I
'Y~~"""
ology and benediction after which taps
will be sounded, in charge of EU.ene
Howard and other memberl of his
troo~. This:will be the s~cond. annual
,ervlce held III Groue Pomte III CODI.
t'
f the A . t'
d"
memora Ion 0
•
rmls. Ice an IS Inlended to
emphassze
the
Importance
of
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MULIER'S
MARKET
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We Deliver
Week.End SpeciaIa
.. 23c
HOME-MADE
RIB
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27c
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3Sc
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Choice Fruita and Vegetables
fu?eeiaI for One Week Only
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IMPERIAL CLEANERS
AND DYERS
TU.2.3000
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YaACK AT NOTTiNGHAM
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Detroit',
SmfJl'test Theatre Re,taurant
pal']
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BOB HALL
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-EXTEMPOI\AHEOUS
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USE REVIEW LINERS FOR RESULTS
for the dance.
wor- bf'~,~~ " .._..
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All Our Work Is Done by Expert Craftsmen
Four ),{ar:)"/l'fo~dents
from this
seclion ...i11 allend th~ a.nnual Tower
Dance al the college, FrIday, Konn-
I_
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~l!!I~i!!Il!lJe!li!!ll!
"'"Ii
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Miss Mary Lou Berns. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius L Berns, of Bedford road, and MilS llary Kalhleen
Schrage. d;j,ughter of 3.fr. and Mrs.
\V. E. Schrage, Devonshire road, will
attend Ihe annual Tower Dance at
Marygrove College, Friday, November.
10.
j
:Ui!s Berns' escort will be Burke'
Fosstt, SOn of Yr. and l.lrs. Richard
--B. Fossee,
\"ayburn
road.
Mi~s
Schrage's e~cort .....ill be John Gaymann,
son of Mr. and Yn. John ~ym~nn,
winbe
E, J. HOELZER. Pro,.
17%11MACK
~%:'-:it. C:";' ....a "D"'. Oa_
c...... Poiule City
Jl~
Roast of Beef.
or
Marygrove College
Notes
Irons
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CEDAR FARMS
It ellea-..'X rpomr. ate,.RR.....-COlSlatma ofetJ-a utop...;.r ... a
ROLLED
Annual Armistice Day service and
Boy and Giri SCDULI ally at the Grosse
Poinle
Lulheran
Church.
Richard
School auditorium,
Sunday morning,
November 12th, at 11 o'clock, held in
commemoration
of the s~nin, of the
Armistice in 1~1S.
Sunday School at 9 :45 a. m .• wilh
c1alSes for all ages and grades.
You
and your family arc cordially invited.
I
I
.._. ea'C' ainlct
-"--F...h JrH._
fro. _try twice weeldJ'. AIoo
~!!ry
.I....ud. wbile " .... wail,
08 Satanlay.
Deli"' ..... B.tI ....
Weekly H_ Deli ....,. if .... ired
1-
Por k Sausage
I FRESH ;:,~~.. SSED
CHICKENS.
Pointe
eran
I
EGGS
COUNTkY
YGaI' Scalp F_lI Refreo~Y
... HaJao Loob P ... ttinly Racliaat.
TL. modera ..... it: ., OFIYio Sutera Special Hair Tonic wiD ...... ~
HooJ:o=- !only .hee~
-:..
ii -y to ---..
.... keep i>eaDtifaiI:,
........
followed by the placing of the Colon,
vember I],
praise GOd lnd enhance lhe sell'ice 13161 \\'ark nenue, "'ill altend ,;t:,
Our Pre~;dent.
Eln
Xeil!en, al- with beautiful music.
l::unie \'ill~rof, son of '"Mr. and Mrs
ttnd~d tj,~ ~a\'y Day r"n,ntC'n in Ihe
9:15 a. In_-BiMe slu~y da5~tS in l!~r.ry E. \'illerot.
~fiss Mary Lou
company
"f 011r :\.!;C'nal
Ddense
,,'nich ,he BillIe is al'Plied 10 life s;lua- R01h. daul<hltr of !.Ir. and Mn. Pctcr
(nairm.r,.
Elra."or Th?m~.:
FI,-2 :>"0
lion! for e\'try aRe group.
Roth. 4024 Haz~l""t'Od avtnt:~, wil: ;,t.
alle~ded Ihe dmMr It'\'tn ,n hOMr of
6:00 p. m.-Junior
"Iis,ion L~ag'1lC tend "ith I:rank Hartg~, ."n Of ;,Ir.
olJr Deparlment
rn.idenl,
Joan Dan- lunch ton. All confirmrl!. :7 years old and !.Irs. Frank J. Hartg~. "Ii,. ~lar"
hoff.
or ~'oungtr. are inviltd 10 allend.
Ann Ouro:htr,
daurh~tr of !llr. and
A little reminder for our Posl is
"Ionday, i:OO p. m.-Rrguiar
Ttach.
;,In. O. O. DurO<'hr, Ji$J Montgomery
ha,ing \n !.rn,i,lice D~y dan~e Salur- ers' and Church \Vorktr,'
Training avenue. ",ill lallend With jack ~Iurray.
day. Xo,tmber l~,.1 t.he Harlun. Air- courses.
~on 01 "fr. and !.Irs. ]. Murray. of
[><'rl.
Tt:'C BOl.t '-' en.,rm.n.
Thunday. ~o\'emhtr
11\. 8.00 p. m - Tole<!..,. Ohio. !lfi"
~on;e
Schrol.'
Our ne,1 metl;nli; "il1 he Xo,-ember Th~ Via (on,ul "I ~wedtn "in arl. !dllllthlrr
of ~fr. and !.frs. Leo 5.'
1.1.t lI1e "eleran',
h',ilrlinll' at e'gl,l;drt"
11le Hroll1nhood gr,',;,' . .-\1' menll~rh.01. t4~,l) Dt,ler Fhd ..... ;!~.Undi
o'cl.r><kand ."~ do mean tilt'ht o'clock.
"'-Cr_ 21 are ,1i'1,bl, 10 at:tnrl .and h..l- "'ilh Johnn,- \lr(",,,I«', ,on of ~,Ir. and
I II he seemg ) 0" ~
t~r :nfnrm lhem,el\'t!
of "'OT,d (ond" \fr,. Charlu McCallley, of Kenlt;~ky
-Mary
Del Barba
tlOnS as they are in current hislory.
avcnlle.
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FRESH AS A DAISY
from Page Otte)
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W. apeci.alize ia f... loly ca"pt
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fialo. Trout.
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f"1I1o • Pickea-el • Perda.
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Mra. Wilbur M. Brucker
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to art I C I pat e m
Armistice Day Services
(Contillued
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East Jefferson and Philip a,enues.
• able to ha,'e h~r ,,-ilk US ~;om now on. R. .D. Lj"h~rl, putor; \\'m. G. \\'aeke,
I hope that all of the gIrls Ihat were aS~lstant.
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Church
FISHER
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Major Burm Henry
P~t, 303, AUXl1iary
In
CWIn. a' War'--
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KAY PARCHER
"fDe-UDI:
Gift."
Of the Society are William
president;
William Lutey,
.
Ch ar Ies... .,. F arrow,
vice
presl 'd ent;
treasurer.
and William P. Thomas.
$1.95 in Na't'J', Green &: Browa
secretary..
Other. t $3.50 $3.95 $1.50
Roy Berry is lIenual flower show
a..
cbairman and warki.,. with him on the
committee
are Ernelt
Wolff,
Ben
N k'
P
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an ervlS. Tom
earson,
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Innes and E!lsene H. Evan..
Jnl4 KERCHEVAL AVE.
This show is open to the public free
near St. Clair
of ch:.rlte and ",.iIl be held at the Nei&,h.
Ala .. C:-e ... lLDd eam.... S"ppiie,
bor~~ .. Oub,_ 11145 ~aterl~
at St.
Opea • to •
Cl.;r, ... lY of vrosse Pomte.
On Saturday doors open a! 4 p. m. and close at 10 p. tD.; Sunday the
i'l
opeDUlI bours are 10 a. m. to 10 p. !D. I
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Through
tbe courtesy of Captain
Leonard, local admiQistrator
for the
Michigan Police. Ihe Hannall Y. M.
Co A .•• .: ih~mi
,,;;;;.1 M.:md.iy eveI..illg, Kovember IJ at i ,30 p. m. a
sOllDd talking pict'Jr~ depict in. the
varied aClivities oi the work being done
in Michigan by this branch of the
Service. This proaram i, p:an of tbe
Hannan FIreside ForUlD schedule add
ia free and open 'to the public. AD
oificer from the Michipn State' Police
.. ill abo be on hand to answer queltions regarding their work.
The Hannan Fireside Forum CODImittee announce that their next uries of
public presentations will be around the
subject; ''Toward Belter relationlhills
between employer and worker."
All
sides of Ihis troublesome question will
be llrelented .".eek by week starling
Monday, November:zo.
There is DO
charge for Ihis stries.
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come
Ufllcers
~"""")hna
IQto the administlative offices of the
,cbool marched Ihe radio canlca::!e to
i1itroduce Fri:ldpal Charles Eo Lt::lvi.t,
Dean of Girls Bernice Moore, Dean of
Boy, Paul Jang'e, and Mr. James And~r5<>f1,leY'nth grade chairman.
Here
the mlcrophone's progress fallered. Dr.
F. R. Van K1eeck, superIntendent
of
schools. ftying from Washington, D.
for the ~pell house was delayed by
adverse !Iyin, conditions.
Nothinll daunted Pro"alll
Co-ordin.
ater William henon
called from the
audience Mr. Jc.hn R. Barnes, director
of instruction.
As Mr. Bar,les conc1uded his impromptu remarkl Dr. E.
R. Van Kleeck anil'ed from the airport. Hasty program revision permitted
inlroduction of Dr. Van Kleeck in hrief
words of welrome.
The evening',
program
concluded
~l'ith an invitalion to the Home Making
.:leparlmenls.
There Ihe Boys' Cook
Club lerved reircahments,
under the
slIptr'l'ision of Miss daudia Grennhoe,
and Mrs. Helen Anderson.
Said Principal Leavilt to departing
ruests. "We are very happy to have
:,.d lhe pieasure of teeing so many
par~nts and friends this evening. 'Ve
hop~ ~"'u will lake evcry opporlunity
10 vi,it us again."
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Chry san them um Sbo w
Saturday and Sunday
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week', so qUiet that one can al.
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I REFRIGERATOR
th.e C(;illlDunity and that next year they
w,ll stay home and read a ,ODd book I
-or practise their deviltry, bela ... tbe
City Limits I
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H lei
ouae e a
Pierce School Nov. 3
them
oue
E
(Coiltinued from Pa,e OM)
The reporters OIl the DailYI must
have bad a 'civi~ tOllJUe in their cheek'
when Ihey made auch a huUabaloo
about the 'carryin'l
on' of the Grosse
Pointe children, on Hallowe'ea.
Surely
even those with silver spoonl in their
":Ihl ougl,t to be e~~uled for havinlJ
a 'one trek' mind, when it comes to
celebrationl that call for painled faces
and witchery.
However, we hope that
Ithe children realize now thev di$ll'l'ared
for a
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of .n 1dsooI. of Mett._
Pm-.
• Bo. Sprigl:_
0.. Da, S~
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11M Sprieop
L-ea7IN
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Miller MalUeaa Co.
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ICe all those raily co,hlmed
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YOUDl"lterl eattrUil tue Grosse POinte
Hiah School laat Sunday?
They were
Th American
Red Cross "rat aid
there to attend Mill
ElaiDe Marie course conducted al the NeighborhoOd
Arndt's anllual Hallowe'en party which Club oa !londay evenillp
has been
was a very py and feslive aftair. Corn. well attended
and loti of interest
Did
November 9. t939
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Thursday, NO'i'tIIlbtr 23. 10 .. aAuual Thadkqivinll
ICrvi~e. We in. I
vile )'OIl to wws'up at }o'aitb 1.\ltheru
Church. We preaell tbe Old Goepel for
mocterll tima,
A Gay AffeJr
where bome room and cllls teachers
More Ihan three thousand hooks and I ell'
If
S ralg
WID.
C roy, • ar explained the projects in which stud.
NI. ..
IUIS Mack A.e.
ten thousand mar-!.ne,
were :o.:tot b:'- backhdof the Cards. Ic:red d the lir:,t enll enaart- SpeCial exhibits had been
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~~a :~~,y~tenwa:~oocL
arranacd in m.all.:r of the classroom I to
-------------Merchant Manne
Library
at Sault
ilhutrate typic~ ,tadent activities.
In
Stc. Marie, buicles boob lent to the Mart,. B~rD. ICOred the final marker the DeW illuminated dbplay cases in the
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f"r tbe le&lfUe leaden wheD he ran
you yearning
local Manne Hospllal a~d to 100:&1 40 ardl behind be!utiful interferen~c.
ball&. pictures. books, postet's suppleboYI' clubs. Books for lirll are dlsy
mented clauroo!D uhibits.
tributed to comICunit,. cenlen in the.
AU visitors rathered in the auditorcilrThe FllteeD a~b have made plaDt
:Her the bd!~;!!gt!)t,r I!) w;!nes!
We .... ;
every
Mrs. Forest E. lIcKee,
Chairman,' for, a roller skatlllll party. Saturday. a radio revieW M the ~eventh-graders'l
Wed. 4: Sat. eYeDiDa'J
will report for the student loan fund Novemb~r 11.. at ~t. Clemrn..
Fro~ schGOI day. Evelyn Be!! :ccl '....aatr
DeIiciouI and ~
committee.
Other ehairm ..n rep<:>rting a pre-A.e ViewpoInt a ~y
cre'o>w Gibbs introduced the pr08Tam in which
IIMii be Airs.. Iiaroid V. Hastins!, bud. ,~~~~
}J~.th.::.t.,....~iL:~~}.,iu~.~.~.~.. all of the two hundred seventy-five 7B,
'I,e!' and Mra. Lucy Geor1re Vedevcer. / ...... <<1 ''''w ......... " ..... ce ..... cw,," .. pupils available p&i1icipated •. Corridor
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membership.
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doae-up .. tllacted by Eli:za~th MurMr .. Herbert Poehle and Mrs. F:'Inlc
A ~llbar:d and plllg.~1'
lonma.
phy, JO&II Terry, George Flanders. and
ber
Y..
L Scott. Jr., will be hastene.
for the m,ent IS belD~ conducted for mea.a ' loIarYin Scholl, preceded a "Carnival
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--da)'. An:allBl!llleDts for a buffet .Iunch. o:.~~.~a~ ..~ers .~~Ub. .A meul .....111 be. .Sc:hottiacbe". by the 7B girll' I)'m
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eon are III cbal'lrt of Mr .. Wilham L a" •• ~~..... " w~.~tr In each tourna
1J'0ups.
MilS Garnette Foster. girls'
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Braule ..... ho will be assisted by 1frl. menl.
athletiJ: director, .upervised
35 blue
Alfred Wilson Crabb, Mrs. Heman E.
clad younptm
in a colorful speetatle.
Grallt, Mrs. William H, Holmes and
All.bo.,-s .lId lirll of the cOlZllllunity
The mobile mi.--nbone
swung into
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1Ii11 Francel LaeDa Currey.
arc 111\'1t e d •t 0 OU~ rqu la r Tb e&lre a lCienc:e c1emoustration.
Embryo Ici'_"i. __ ~,~.....
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Kr .. Party - Friday mpt. Now--'»u
10, mWb. Nut Howd, Joseph FaaCher.
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Bu.. Fred Day,
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Kiss Eleanore H, Hutzel. thief of Clall, and a Pil~-Play
die ~y:
preyed to t't'tryQII.e's satitflction
that
_ed'i
diTision of Detroit polite, who mate.s .Oub entitled "Indians VISIt. air does exert pressure.
Mr. James
Ad
.,..,11speak on "1'he ~ffcc:t of the VamillIOn f ree.
AllderSOll. Inenlh ....ade chairman, had
50 McQUEEN. PIlOP.
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15Z41E.W~
of Today...
MtIIlben will view pic.
Camp Fire Girls wtll bolel a spec:ial
Gear,. Bruyneal atld Bob Vernier in
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tlll'es on Iill8'e~ printinr to be .hown meehn~
t h'IS F'd
rl ay. N ovem b er 10,at
eimat~d
conversation
conducted tbe
by Robert Moore, superintendent
of 'I• p. m. 10.we Icome m.any new. mem 1......n audie.c:e by radio's malJic carpet to the
the Identification
Bureau of Wayne who arc Interested III IcarnlnlJ about choral rOOllJ. Here Mi .. Helen K
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can
Couaty at the County Jail at 2 0 clock, ......mp !"Ire war
I mee Ing U and Mr. Samne! Trickey presenled 125
Tuuday
afternoon
Noyember 28. to open to anyone wishing to further members of the iB chorus in "Whe
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be fotlow~d by 'a conducted
tour th'ell' .""ow I.lH
e_e 0 f Ca mp F'Ire.
Wlli a Lad" from Gilbert and SuUivan',
,,'
P'IDaf ore and" L'ullaby' by Brahms.
thrOlllh the ja...
Are
Thursday.
a '. pump ... l" an l'{Itc es ecor~le . ,hown.
However on account of Ihe
W L T P the room where ~he. mlDy .,ames .ere jSize of the clau 110 new members can
.) 0 0 9 plared
Those wmnlng' prIZes for bav- be accepted for this clan.
2 1 0 6 ill&'tht mOlt beautiful and unique cas_
.~d"b. l/~;-
Poultry Dnued
""""'Yoa Wail
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would have no opportunity for all edu- "" a v~ry eUltlnr ~me.
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a t!
vICtory they
catIOn,
are either
entire.)'
.. 1:1 UY IRed IdWlIIBS. temer.et' With
f
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Th
wou
11'0 III 0 a Ie or nrs
l) ~ce.
e
dependent upon the D. A. It for SUlJ.IL.
-ill b
t to
h'f
port.
Mr .. Thomas Day MouIe, as I' I~S ~ . e ou
s~op t IS.so ,1'OIft
L_'
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h t all llldlCatlol1s $Oce lDterestml
.000tcl ...~m.an 0
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m~r~n
ere. an ball will take place.
Manne Library auoclabon commIttee,
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will report preparations for the book • •
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drive to col1ect and distribute books ~n the Mt_tt
eague, SU ~ e a I~n.)'
.
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aggregation
and magUUles
10 Am encan
.. amen. Improved
h'
tb' d Bear
t • bt
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MIlt 13~ for
S"LOre
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ltEV[EW'
IHallowe'e Par."
bbo hood CI b
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POINTE
GROSSE
CHAP"
MADIE AND RAY
Daft.
Stan .f Ih. PichrD
"V_'..
a S_tloevt"
RUTH CRAVEN
HoDywood Hotel Sinciul Star
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Kurti. Royal M.rionettea
Jean MOD&
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DANNY DEMETRY'S
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MUSIC
CLUB
ROYALE
CRAnOT
at S.MILE RD,
PINCREE
1666
ftu:sday.
November 9. 1939
THE
New~~u&~I.
~m~~~dt~eh"~~u
The.e clane. are part (If a clty.wide
procram, sponsored by the Detroit
Chapter,
Red Crou,
a Community
Fund allencl', which will enrell mere
than 1,000 penonl in 21 centers of the
Department
of Recretaion,
Detroit
rublic Schools, and Community Fund
sett Iementa.
Reaistration may be made with AIfred 5. More:r.u, fint aid director, of
the Detroit Chapter, Red CroS!, in l~e
Community Fund Building, 51 W. War.
ren avenue. Telephone CO. 1600.
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GROSSE
MU.IIt7
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POINTE
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FIRST -~
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010 b....m.,
paintioq,
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vents reverberahon.
c.
Stor masS h
SHOP
..... Re6JsiaIWl,
The
SIX
large
able to extend facilities to more Grolle
Ill-
MOTORCYCLES
Pn-
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the
!Dain ~dy of
auditorium are remonble, ill order th". on occ.asion, stm
luger orchestras may be accommodat~d.
Main aisles ill the auditorium are cork
covered, as are the two nmps that lead
from t!Je rest of the school. The5e wiD
be the entrlnte used by the pupils for
their assemblies
and dramatic
and
musicia.l events.
Toilets and a small tbecmg
room
are provided off the main foyer for the
connnience
oj the public and to pre.
vent the necessity for opening the rest
of the building. The auditoriulfl, like
To the Voterl of Graue Pointe
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ad m COIIDCiI a sacceuful admiD.
!!tr&&a ad am treat!,. apprecian- of the MIPPOrt gjva
me ill the receat electiGa
JOHN H. MACK
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M*Pi:ANTs~1
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FLOW'C'..RS
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Ccloriui ehefty ple"h, ..nth Ierae ecraI berriea
GROSSE POINTE FLORIST
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~:i~,er;~n
h~::~::i~;.~ve
Correlative passages to be read from
the Christian Science textbook:, "Sci~nc" and Hellth
",.ith Key' to the
Scriptllres," by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following (po 336): "lllllDortal
man ,..s aad is God's image Or idea,
even the infinite expression of infinite
Mind, and immortal man ;s co-existent
and coeternal with thlt Mind."
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LIBBY'S
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Chlcl-s Broda
MICHIGAN
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YOUNG HEN
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Southra ~t corne' of Kercheval and
l-<lkewoort i\"enue~. A. H. A. Loeher.
paslor. H.H Lakr".ood a\"Ciiues. Telcphone Len"" ::;21.
"The Chrhlian Here and Hereafter."
Thi, w,l1 he Ihe th~me to be tre~ted
in the ,urne,1I on ','r comll'>: Sllnda).
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Sirloin
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Steaks .. 2Sc
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114922 Kercheval A I
ve. Alter Road
etrolt. Createat Independent Super Market.
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f,.r :\.i,,::, ,,::: ."en,j)1e nl'"t 11 .. 200 E. J~fJf'rson at Newport
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A spec,al attachmrllt
perm,ts per- of the school during the hour of worman~nl rcc0c~jngs of :mportant broad- ~hip. Youth groups meel at 6:30 p. m.
C~5-t5.
Recording wil: also be used in
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Roast of Beef..
,';>,.ch teachinst.
The "P. A." !}"slem Jtives students
r'aiiy news rraa b~. a spec,al announcer
f'''m a diffrrent
homeroom
'8 dcclcd
eac~ "e~k. An a<!mi~j'lra.li?n re;",e-I
'("I,,::, e del,vers hul.el:ns If speclal
c"nccrn to the facllI1\".
! I Throll<:h lhe~c r.(ilj:i,~ many sludI ! ent, intrr~'te<1 in ra<1i('),,'i!! ha\"e an
C'>P\:orl1tnil [C'>rpractice in broa<1c;lSt 'I
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Baptist Church
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hined," says Roy Howard, teacher of
manual arts and director of radio
The Reverend
Wayland, ZW1Iyer, KENTUCKY SPRING
5"\";CCS. it is an R. C. .11.. inslallation mini!!~r, ""ill deliver an Armistice
with thirty.two
speakers serving the mrssage at 11 a. m. and will officiate
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Gual purpo.e of communication
Ind at a special evening Communion ServEat More La"," fon HaaltJa
program broadcasting. It ",as installed ice at 7:35 p. m. in wh)ch ten other
bv ~lc:Cl~ilr\~..Harmon Cornoanv. ThIne ...J.,u"l"'h~! "":-!"Uf!"t~~:- '\~':IIrrm! '!!~"~!'!~
STJUCiLY FRESH LEAN
facilities ",,11 be \"Cry helpful to the llities ....ilI participate.
dramaLic .and mu.ic classes, ".ho are
If you are ",-ithout a thurch J,ome
thus enabled to broadcast songs and in this vicinily the mrmbers Ind piS'
1'1a}"s10 every room. Social studies and tor of the Jefferson A,-enue Blptist
Engli~!l classes use the s}'stem con sid. Church cordially invile }'Ou to worship
erably aho.
with them in these services. The thurch
rhe ~,.~trm will be ab1r tn broad- is locat,d at th~ corner of E..t Jdf.
ca~t spccia! programs from any part of erson and Lake"iew a"enues.
RUMP OR STANDING RIB
the world inlo e.very elas, r~m - a
The Church School meets at 9 :45
!<teat adrantage In undustandlRg",'orld
a. m. "ilh a nursery and a second ses.1
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3N~~25c COFFEE
Leg of Lamb
Ke,. ,.our coiBure to the ' .... ioD_
New dreo colon a...~ deailJUl aD
CCIlIIIPin to draw more att"bOD to
hair.
J akimee Beauty Salon
Jeff ...
"The n~ public address system in
Ihe school i5 the best that tould be ob.
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OXYDOL 2 ... 3Sc Wheaties
Tomato Juice ... 12~c TOMATOES
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DIAMOND
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Crystal Whit e
"Mortala and Immorta1s~ will be the
lIUbject of the uSlOn-Sermon
iD all
Christian Science Churches throl1lhout
the world on Sunday. November 12, SCOTT
1939.
The Golden Text (II Cor, 6 :16) i,:
"Henceforth
knO"il' 1\'e no man ;uter
the lIesh.H
Among the Bible citations ia thi5
pllsage (Actl 17,28): "For in him we
Ih'e, Ind 1II0\'e, and hl\'e ollr being;
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DELIGHTFUL HOSPITAL BOUQUETS AND
fLORAL ARRANGEMENTS
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ChrUtiaa Sc:ieu.ce Church
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o:;:v:ni~:e
f:::
pedestrians and motorists.
... I Th" decorative effect in the auditor~ 'urn is especially attractive. 50ft green I
Iind
buffs and creams Ire carried out
in the upholstery of the selt bottoms
and backs Ind in the stage curtains.
These blend into the ",'ann wood panel.
~ ling of the walls. The gener&! died is
lone
of qlliet reserve, with a complete
absence of the lfIlady, accordinlJ to the
architetls, Derrick and Gamber, Int.
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CHOICE
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pit which will seat 22 musicians.
Director of Instr'Jction, "whereas most
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The stage itself is -40 fed wide and schools of this siz.e take 12 to 15 months
measures 30 feet in depth. It is entire. or !!lore. \Ve think thlt. it. is Ion un.
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stage. A ,piral metal nairway leads ranged 10 that tney may be uled by Stobl.,'. Faaq CoIdea
from the stage to the three' dressiD&' both Itudents and thole who do not
rooms which are built on the aide wall attend .ChoaL.
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"The equipmel1t In the public library,
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cally on the new Pierce facilities.
"Many modern ideas on scl•.:.ols have DIAMOND <;RAND
been incorporated in the constructi?"
of the new Pierce Schcol." said E. E.
Allen, Director of Administratj,'e Ser'
vices. "rt has ben built IlO that the I
lights have been built in the projedion
junior hia'h scbool students of Grosse,
booth and in the auditoriulD ceiling Pointe may have ,.,hat few junior higb
above the stage apron.
The apron school stude"ts h:....e had in the 'I":::.y f
therefore lacks the dark or "blind" Inodern education."
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CAMPBELL'S
hfu~~,~~~~m~~~
1~~_a~g~M~"~~~~~~~st~~mm~~ent~~~long ladders.
There are two 35 millimeter moving
piclure machine" which are equipped
for sound, installed in a fire-proof proiection booth. These are used for noon
movies and for "isual instruction. Spot-
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REPAIRING:
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direct lights, which also .erve as over- Pointe peopie. Esoeci&lly do we wish
head air ducls, have twenty-five too- to invite Pierce stud~nh t" ~v.il th.m.
watt lights in tilch. Th~se ~re i"epla~- selves of this buutifuly new branch."
~d via.h~nd-~oles cont(lle~ In the c~llTwo administrati"e
officials of the
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EVERY
DAY AT TOM'S
7 MJeghty Super Markets
~e~p~£IO:;;~:~bi:[O;~;
~udllorlUm wlllch srats 930 people; books. Over 10,000 books are now on
making it the large,t in Grosse Pointe, the librlry Ihelves.
Nearly 300 are
"as inspected by hundreds. The ceil-I new.
ing and walls abo\'e the walnut pinelSaid Miss Fl"r~n~~ It S~v~r., "w:!
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Red erO!! ,l~!!t!ard 6ut aid cLuICI
are being tonducted' by Wilbur Gil.
.
lette, Red Cross volunteer Instrllctor
i!! N~ighhorhnod Club, every :Vonday
e-.'~!';!'::~.~ ':Yl ~'! 9 '3(1, !-:O. !. 1'.. ':i,,01
.1 10 weekllo Anyone over 17 yeau
an
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Built for Tomorrow'.
World and Economy
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Pace T1ir",
REVIEW
yoWlJ mell of that country lor the uid. .We didn't have ~uch time, and the Pierce building.
Roman
Catholic
priesthood,
say.
we have been as sparmg as pOSlI1>le 'B
'f
h
Colller'..
All other educational
in.
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'eaUll
ul a5 it hal been oped the
ltitution. of thiI kind in Rome are w,lh monel', alway. keep'ng In mmd library would be, it is even more at.
out8ide the Vatican walla.
econo.m~. for many ~~an .a.nd n.ot mere- •tractive in reality.~ comnlented Dr.
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Ily In mltlal c~ast. we"tnl~k, I\owever, R. Van KJeeclc, .uperintendent
of
Balr-aa ....... l)~iDk
and the public Monday night seemed schools
A .'MW ~
of ~lctai1,
both an1edti- \0 agree, that utility and beauty have
The ~ew librarv is in the Georgian
septic and hall-ralSma, was revea
b
b' d 'th'"
,
with the arraipunent
of two meD
een ~OlD lne WI rea .. econ~y
III Colonial Ityle. The panellin. i, .....albe!o--"
H~ited State:\ cOmm.55l-:m- the Plerte school.
We hlv~ tried 10 nut "ith rEd litiiii and l:iir~h. All 1:8ht
" e...
l>ll "h"rgts
or po~~e~s' II bu,ld the ~chcc! fC'l' 100r.o~row's needs ing IS indirect and chandeliers are'supilia tax-unpaid
liquor.
Reportedl,.
as well a. toda;i',.H
plelllellted b floor lamps.
Cunducted at The
Neighborhood Club
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POINTE
,trumentl, lIIirron, drilll and ,teriJiuu.
Two connectinll' rooms are fur::ished
pupils will be quartered in these rooms
willi, two beds each. Each is equipp~d
Special features of the lIew Jolul D. with a wash-Itlnd
and I toilet.
III
until their parents cln be notified.
Pierce Junior Hi,h School Of Groue
In charge of this Ihining, sanitary
Pointe, ofattracted
headquarter. wl'!1b", '[rs.
Hel"n
pro\'al
hundred, theof enthusiaslic
visitors at apthe h"alth
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ichool's first "open house" Monday Lan. of the Board of Health nursing
nelling.
The P. W. A. contribuled
stiff. She will lee to it that the health
$395,100 of the bllilding's eoat.
of each Pierce etudent is safeguar1ed
by the facilitie. at her cOlDlDlnd. J.lr •.
More impeltant, however, t~n the La'
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Sllnday School at 9 :45 a, m.
Armistice Day lervices at 11 a. m.
The Canadian Lesion POlt No. 100
... ill be the .utah of the charel" Tbey
will ait tOlJftber in a body for the
Itr"icea.
Dr. Kircher will speak on
t!le th'lIIe, "SileAce in Heaven,"
Christian Endeavor roupa
at 6 :15
p. zn.
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At 7:30 po rD. wt will have our Collimunion lervicello
Wedne,day evening, 7:30 p, Ill., we
will continue tbe stud,., ''Tbe Sims of
IlOSin~e~~~~
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tile Times."
maintained
a Papal Ethi,'pian
col~e
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GROSSE
1281I Woodward at Clendale
8110 Mack "ear Mnwell
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l'Ip Foor
THE
SEEING THE FAIR
cu. uamine
..,~
thlt ~tailll
to bOUlilll:, AdjoUaill' this is the "TowII
01 Tomorrow," a cc:nplete community
.,. H.ny L. H .........
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of 15 model home.. Price I r'aqe from
Wid! the atan of ita fall lealOll, tbe $1~,OOO and are.hitectural
.t)'les run
N. Y. World'. Fair bc:~::i the last lap lrom colonial to ultra modera.. AdmiJ.
of
19~ run,
.-eared
for a bri!o
IiaJltita IiDUlIl,
the S'ow
smooth
operations
01 .ion to the •.tOWD:' lue.
FOOD ZONE
the world's J'l"eatest npolition prolllises
L_
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The f-..o _e
i. one of the most
to III&ke the last t1ll'0 mon t.... 0 t e
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fair ita &'tutes!.
The exhioit.
have popula.r 01 the fair. The expo.ition
ftahened
up Ind
cheaper adminion
erected 2 blaildiaa. ,,'hich house dis.
plays of the
dustry and the f~'l
tic:ketl are now a \-al'I a bl e. R estaurlnls
~
in the fair&'founds ue eomparable to ~ibit.
N.tilJftal Biscuit shows I 10
Y
C.
lIIU1ute Walt Disney picture, "Mickey's
;:: :~:t 1~ln>;;;~e;:;ur~::
te)orn~
Surprise," O.tstlndillr
tIItertainment,
KI.l1,. of the theatres are rellaht.... it should :sot ~ miSled.
ilIId hotels ha,'e for the most part re"Th. Dairy World of Tomorrow,"
tunled to thcir rer.>1u pr:c,es, Here s~red
by ~or4en, draw~ the cr~wds
are a few tips for your Vilit to the, with III exhibit. 01 ISO lledlflTccd COWl.
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GR.OSSE
:PO:r'N!,Z
AMUSEMENTS
But the U.hter .ide bll IIl1t beea
nealected ill the World of Tomorrow.
A mile Ion&,midway Issur« you of f_,'
At Billy Rose'l Aquaca4e )'Ou call ad.
mire aqua belle. aDd .... i.aamiq' cham.
i pions, while ItrlJ1&'e allllOsphere beckoa
1t.EVI1!:W
Thursday, No\'C!mber 9, 10"
pun COIlQtrict SOUleof ...hlch Ire now Hun,arian,
Jta~~n 01 ,Our Saw.iot.
L
&t war call <:OII1etoeether in this lIIan-' Sccolld RoumanIan. RU~51an, Swedi~ts.
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nero
Ulcrani.n,
and 14 e;lt I e I n Baptllt
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Service.
America
CIn be
The Reverend
Wayland
Zll"'~'~r, Chur,hu.
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~- event, the .ipjfi~llce
o~ which munion
hardly Deeda explanation,
~'ill talee happy that th;s kind of tbin, caD OC' minister of the ]elfenoQ Avenue BapP...... '. &i'rie ...
place thil Sunda,., '1:30 p. m., at the cur, that on Armistice Sunday nia'ht tin Church, will officaite and will be
Gydnia, the miracle port on the
these variou, peoples who were bom Issisted at the Communion Table by
at Merrie Eqland, Th
tbe Cuban
Vi.lLlce
Baltic, II not only a bU117 harbor,
L_'
Bil'I ]effers<m A.tIIue Baplist Church when or whose parenti were bo", in Eure- either the pastors 01' .enior deacons
but ~
.. ubor.
play.round.
of
and SUll Valley,
ell t~e
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Robillson ill the "Swin&, Mikado," Illd
of the Burll' Avenue, Conner. Avenue Poland; her Riviera, wboae "piaat the far eDd of the loop. the famed
nad.
II
crowded
with
tourlsta.
German, Christ Polish, uechoslovak,
Parachute
JumP.
T
Id'
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htll
he Wor
01 Tomorrow II at.
ling place. The best thinl".about it II
that )'OU can enjoy tOQlOlTOWtouy.
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Life To Storiet
deleptel or entire COD&'teradOllsof tea
churches repre.entiQ&' diftcrent national
background.
,."iU unite UI a Com-
t.
Thank You Sincerely
The '"-eI, IUpport
'GrMte P~t~ m ~~i!!r
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ANNOUNCING
of the ruicl.b of the City of
!IH e.! ~
Cit7 Clerk ia deeply
the
_
-,Worlcl of Tomorrow.The Distill~. ,of Ame~tca have ,ercctccll
It II onl thill&' to read fusouaSbalteMAGNITUDE
a creat build""
,,'hlch exp~s
the speuian P~YI.
It iJ another to heu
First of Ill. the Ne .... York e),.1lOsitioa processes 01 that .i?dustry, Nllle ot~r
them rcad by rrut actor ••
110 a very bi&' affair. It comprises 1216 seperate food paVilions have been bUilt,! Grosse Pointe Hi&'h School .tu4cats
acre! of exhibit Ind alftl1semc~! ~r~"
lIJId w~et~er they sbow. :he ~anufae.
in the future will hear import&Jlt .cene.
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p<arkiq lieldi and lagoon., w«.ta tire LlIre Ot c~re.ltes
or gl\~ .avay fr.e from Sbakupeare
;u well ill a aood
nen the most U1thusiastic fairgoer.
IQ lamples, each IS worth a Vlllt,
du.l of modern poetry .pokeD by prvan. ther. are 105 principal buildinp OIl
MEDICAL EXHIBITS
feSlional actors, such
Or~c:: W~!l!
the fair crounca.
ODe of the certaill "lJlustl~ of the or by the poets themselves.
I,
When you fin! amve, im~ediately
fair iI the Hall of '4edi~ine and Publ~c'
Tbis win be possible a•• rault of
tak .. one Of the UltraOlllral lal!' buses Health.
Pannrama~ <:If .m~n and h15, the purchase vi a. Dew combmatiola
which III.d:e .. complete tour of the health are unlolded whieh sbow the ~radio-record
player. The new mac:biae
faiqrollllda
for 3.5c, This i. the only decline of the death
rate,
and the was bought with the mOlley earned by
-1' ;YOD CIll ,.et aa idea of how com- cradual taperiO&' off of sickness and the En,lish department
in sPOItlOrinl'
prchC1!sive this exposit~
.really is'.
~se.
Each of the ~ibita
relates two playi, "Dr. Faustus"
Illd "The
YOtI can check the buildlJl&, you lI'ill a different 6eld of medlcme, alld each Yerry Wives of Windsor," riven b,.
waat to see, and mark them d.owD OIl __ .potllOl'ec1 b,. SOIIle manu{acturer the Detroit Federal Theatre Group,
• little map wbich the DIU IttenciaJlu or health &'foup. No ad'lertisin~ was
Mercury Text Recorda by Orson
pe .... ay free.
allowed except a ."~all pl~q~e III the Wells !lave also been purcnasca for
THEME CENTRE
back Of eac~ exhibit. Th~ IIls~r~ a tbe use of English classes. To date
After the tour of thf' !T0unds ro uniform qUllit,. to the entire bUildIll'. tllree plays have beeD rccorded: "The
6nt to the biJr ball and spike you have
This e..vJ!ibi! hi! been !!l ~1.11~! th~t I Merchant of Venice", "Tweiitb Night,"
beeD teeia&, from evtry poiIlt of van- after the espositioa is over, the con. and the famou.l historical pia,.. "Jvlius
tap ia the fairlrroUllds. These are the tents
be lII.o'l'Cd to a pertDllJlent Cu.ar."
Tr,.ioa. lIJId PcriJpbere,
the theme home.
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ddi':.
t
thCf' recorda OIl bad
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Da
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PItODUCTI
the English -!~artmCDt will acqaire
the 'OIl foot Trylon and go up .everal/
In the Production aad Distribution
records of Amtr iclln and E.qllih bal.
10000sinto the hute ~a:1 by an esc~!or
zone you will find the 1arI'est 5ingle
nds, contemporary poets, IDd .elee.
-!he largnt ev~r bUilt. Then Inude I section of the fair. So muy excellent tions sucb IS Cha.ucer's. "s.uterbury
this .1obe ;you will It~ onto a revolv. bui1dillp have been erected that the Tale •. "
... platform hUD&,higb over I great followin&' ODes are .taadout..
J
b
f Grot
Poillte
model of a city of tomorrow.
It is this
Coluolidated Edison of New York
UJt t::1III1 many 0 • 19 Ie
-_ .._. '-'-'th ''--ot
f the
School', 184 aracltllltes 0;< 39 arc no'"
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... Wn"", .ets
e .. ~¥U e 0
bas a sreat city of U.ht dioramz. ~~-.
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tbe World of Tomor.
.
IJI co ere _y
I<UVWI QeJlIU '"'3.
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.~cd
b7 Walter Donnn
1'ClIpc. tboqh transcripts ha .... beeo amt oat
ftJW.
Housed ill an appropriate .tructure, a to maDy coiiqe.
the .cadiDa' of a
.Accor~
to pred.ict1on.
of the m~cl bloek: in length, it shOWl public utility tranlcript
doe. 'not alway. meu a
f1It1Ir4l c:JtieI will have home ICCtionl services used by the cily of New York. student will attend the coUCEe to which
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ut uea nave
to pro- the transcript goes, Only a later check
4tistricU, ~y
oat IJI the ~untry_.o
vided &II exhibit" of lIDtI4ual interest. It with colleges can varify the facti.
tkat a lIWtU!IaJD of aumbUle Ind 111" i. caned "The Forward
March
of
wiD be free for all.
~hts
of tha America" &lid .how. two typical .treets i If 1939 ITadllltes follow the exampl~
lIIOlIel ebaD.n from dav to Di2ht lIJId
_, "m -'....... .'.l:''': .:... __ " r of gTaduates of former year., they wi1I
~:
mali: it beard. The ...-cice Of);;
the W;~'~The~';~;~~"~i
,catter to ~dely
different
H. V. KaJtenbora ezplafn. the .pee. it 10 accurate that it ma.ke. SOUle t~oughout
tne countt:'o In the
QcIe Ud exploits the theme of the
'.
eIght years GroUe PolJlters han ft.
people weep to .ee It.
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fair.
....-;:ral E1.."Ctric', bui1din&, it
tere« '" _! •• ~re!1t CO'=5-- aou 'll'!!•••• ,
.After haviq ICC!!I thiJ dramatization
i~v
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liitics. The l'lumbe: of diffc,nnt colleges
)'OU Jeaft b,. 1RY of the Heliclille, al~~iq~Jcbd,;'~.the
Watinghouse
att~de? r~ached Its pe~ 111 19~ when
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You wi1I witae .. P"~blcrw- 31 mslitul.iolls were ~C11
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-which cIramatizes the grouth of travel
fair Is divided into ftfttI clivia- from JlOIDId da,.. to the takeoff of a
Ana.or zona, each elIsit,. recopizab1e: rocketship, the automobile di.playa
CGIllllIumcat!on. .nd busines. S,..tCZIII, beckoa. But they are not mere lato
tramportltioa,
community
iIlternh,
• bows ; iIldeed, the motor companies
fl:lod. I'OYernmCllt, production and dia- have let the lJigbest standard for exhitn'bation and the
amusease.at
area. biu Us the cntJe fairgrounds.
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-tioa, lOiac
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The sale &f the models aradually in'=OMMUNICATIONS
crC&lCl,until)'OU come on a :;:~.;,.~ re-I
Let 1111'0 to the Communications and pro<!ul:tion of a Itreet intersection of
8usiness Systems ITOUp. The focal th future. Overslong walks for pedese:dUhit: is located just inside the main ~na
are Drovided in thi~ bl""k 1nng
cnUUlCe oi the huge Communication
reprCJe!ltatlon. Tbis is truly the "World
1Iuildinc. It .ha ... the past prOl'tUs of Tomorrow,"
and the prObable future of communica.
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film. and pna~
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are. also exhlb,ted.
in, Oil, under, and above the building.
Nearby is the American Telephone .....Iso a great turntable sho ...s the cycle
and T.!~IT!pb B!!ildi:l;; ~h~:t frG .... 1 oi production ior the manufacturer oi
mo.ing ',;,.mp you un see lile "voder,~ automobile..
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S\LW!d.,. November 12
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D. 0" Chapbin
of Gabriel Richard
Council, Knights of Co1t1111btll,will eoa.
duct a Holy Hour Service ill St. Philip
From Our Attractive Stock
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the largest &'fOllp C'l'er seen in th~s years ago, the devout .upplications of
country, comprising 58 nation, and two those in attendance will be offere" in
i::lCr..at;on.l Il"'UUi's. Each has iL pa\"i-I behalf of a speedy temllnation
of tbe
Eon in the Halls of ~ations, a great! prcsent European conllicL
cluster of p::"ilions lV"oup.d ..be::! the ,I
Court of Peace, The 24 nations "'no
di" not have enoullh noom In t"'. Iimil.1
ayne
nty ~uc
ed spice provided there, have erected
~iiel.
"(vC:1A4e
D..lijuings.
Eacn is a ~I
masterpiece by ;!sel/. C.ua!!}. a res-,
There h .. recently !leen formed all
tall rant i. ill conjunction ",here one' East Side unit of the \\.a~-ne County
ma~ enjoy foreign foed! in their l1at;'-t Lealfue of Women \'oters.
The next
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'mettr~1l: ('l[ Ihis l!'~.>up i. to be held on
Finally. as of 1"'";9. yo:: .ee o~r modern
Franc •• nd E~"'i!an~ !la\"e :!lC l.r"es! 'Tl;~rsda)". Xo\"cmbcr 16. at 1,30 p. m"1
exi.tence. in ...hieh man is very de- e"hihits. uch spendinlt many mit:ions at lhe home of !t!, •. EmtTSon Da\"is,
Pf'ndenl on hi. iel:o...- men.
of dollars.
Jrel.and has a sham.roek
8;0 Tromh:.y road. ~,lrs. Winford W,
PI'~.d ,a:o::r.d t'-',.! lcca! exhibit ~rel.hap.d
fla"ilion .. hile Japan hts reo G~.,l'n,ll ...il1 lead a djscur,i~n on lhe
man)" !l:,.n1rI
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produced"
Sh!:ito ~hrmt:'. D('lW'M flit
"'l nt"m~10ym("nt Com~n~.atlon
."ct/'
the H.l1 of .1....... 1, rale',.,
lhe c>'c. i front of Ita;)"', uu,j<jlnif ca~(arlc~ a 10 ,cd the qlle,t,on o! "~al",!lal Dcfen.e~
Hrre O",tr ~'.'l\n(..-, ,\nrtl~.I'\: r,rec:o~.s ~lory ".tcrfa~r ... hiie 1r-r pa"ijon~ "i "iij ~e dlo;;CU~r,t'd undt:r the leadership
~ton~s :l.<e dl.;>l.yed by I Jfth Annue
PoTancl a,nd Cz.ch~.sTo\'ak,a •• e!l .land I ()f ~frs. O,,-;II~ J. Bond. All women
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out. Sw,t~.,land tealures ",'.atehe •• ne! . ,n:e, .. ted are rn\"lt~d to attend.
A Mon.dtn<"'llTii:u.:~()ri.al a:l T~mp~~ of I (~j .. tc:~ m~kin~. ". h:T~ ~\~ ~IE5' T'r.c'"!t:""!1 f
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The Communil)" l"'",~H zone is :1n.
other ~nA ""~ "I !~e larg.st of all the
.ctions at th ... ...".lIl'~ fair. The theme
ia man's life In .ocielv and hi. coni.
muna1 interests, In th.-Hou~e Fum;S:l.
in,s buildmg. the focal exhJbit exp] ..ins
t~:,. Y",:.: ":'i'i !~~ b:!~,:"e ~"~:..:.:"::,e$'
Life in l7ll9--the cO;oni,,1 \'irT~;:-~.in"~ndent,
complett:y s;mpl~. Then II
the years frO on. Iii. is aided by In.
GREETING
The most .suc~fW
ner, to
~!!!e:- the t!nlverslty of ld:lch~an from
Grosse POlOte wa. last year. arou~.
Current freshmen at ADa Arbclr will
have to earn 54 per CCllt A's and B',
and 42 per cent C's to equal th~ record
set Iut year; a record c~u.t~bly
above ibe m,ul.i
.:of t:'iiiVU.;:Y Gf'
Michigan freshmen as a whole.
model
r-ai1road, the largest
locomotive
~:ed Ch.'~i'ch. a.ii;l~""Q. i1Qd Datzin the ...orld, and I collection 01 histori-Ison,
on Sunday evenifll', NovCIlIber 12,
cal train..
In addition, "Railroads On from 7 to 8 po m., u the Council', conParade," the transportation
pageant by tribution to Armistice Day's COIIIDlClll.
Ed1ll'ard Hungerford,
combines rod~o. oration of the memories of those who
light opera, circus alld theatre in a ga,'e their Ih'es durill4r the World War.
spectacle that s1lould not be missed.
This relilfious service will be open to
Admission to the pageant; from Z5c.
aU membErs of the Knights of CoIUIIS'
J:"OA!,r;~
'~loIit, ~:1t~1:.I:U~:;.t.~•• i.l rd~k.;!';, w-:~t:.ht; I
:.J:~n,. nal,ions exniuiling bring. o~t Catholic or non-Catholic.
In addition
the International character of a ....orld J to rememberin,
the departed victiIlu
fair. S'ew York has brought together of the ....orld coaRict 01 a score of
hour.
Adjoining in th~ ,R. C. A, Pavilio.n
can .ee televl"on-the
con:mum~l.iUrl of th~ .future.
A~tual t",~.t-I
mr and rcee'~lIlg ~o on sImultaneously.
Belter not mlS! thIS.
Enry
visitor .hould take
UI the
Masterpieces of Art Museum, also ill
this lection4 Here one JlJ;jV see an ic.
'Via'on!i"i c.ol!.don cr. ~"'odd'. greaL
canvases,
EI Greco, TitIan and. Raphw :sre wei! represented.
Ar\mission:
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an iIlgenilos mechanam which produces
T ...ent,. •• eftll Eastern railroads
'yntberi" .peech. Also, 150 frte te!e- h.ve combined America
to present
pbnne call. ~ anyplace in the United their slGry ill a fittin,
manner, In
States ue &,I\'en away te. lucley petl"re their bui1dine )"011 may ICe a g:-eat
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wbile D'. aad E'. made up the
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last eight yUl'. have ciou -U 1ChoI.
astically, In the eoaatr)o at qe
they
liive maintained &It avcrap
honor
point average of 1.39, ..,hile GrOl!e
Poillters out at the Ulliversity of Mich.
ipIl, in the Iut eight yean, attained
aft avenge bonor pOint average of 1..36.
Official fil'ures sbow that ~ per Cellt
of the total mub of Grosse Poilltc
f.esbmen in tbae Iut ei&'bt ycu. he,..
beCll A'. Illd B's. The C mub &C-
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Jl:.li,;:ion lS anet".r bddlnll' we!: worth: f',:,"il::re highli,;:ha h:"l",. f,e"" 11.• t
Cl'.:!e< R, F,eld!'!". of Grosse Pointe,
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November
9, 1939
THE
PERMANENTS
Machin.
and Machinelna-$2.59
to $10.00
complete liD. Df Holilla,
Menbaadiae
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the .u" ... of our E... alar Bu.i ...
France in the crisis prior to
break of hostilities in Europe
much more is being said about
that the fight ii on, Let this
PoUc,.
THE BEAUTY
BOX
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Fi ... Ni,hb • week, ......
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The Belt Food- for every tute an.d occasion
.so,
BEST
VALUES
REVIEW
IN DETROIT
.30, ,45 and .60 Complete, Incomparllhle Luncheons
.75 Ie 1.00 Steak, Chicken, Turkey, Fror ~,
etc. Dinner.
.75, 1.00, etc:. Perfect Dinnerl for the Sunday Mood
Page Five
Dr. Van KJttck predicb & substantial
increase in employes' contributions this
year, "This campai.n amonr the pupil. will aho haH ils efftct on the
adults in the .choo! system," he de.
elared.
------Maire
Note.
lhe out. desire to convince thc world, once and
and aot {or all, of Hitler's duplidty.
her now
It was a costly, unpop"lar and even
not mis. hllmili6lip&, maneuver, but it bad to be
<;:.:i~o U"
The French have Ilways preferred
facts to words. They have moreover,
made it a rule to avoid publicity. And,
Premier Edouard Daladier is no eltceplion to this rule.
Official France
hal lonl' considered
that an apparently unassuming France
would be more likely to enlisl help
from without than if she showed her
r.al ,trength.
In accordance with this
school of thought, France's way o{
doing lhings has been carefully studied
to contrast with that of the Reich, her
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AT THE
POINTE
Behind French Foreign Policy
B, PAUL M. DUe
&dier accepted to '0 to Municb is freVery little has been said about quently intimated as ha"in, beea his
Pre-View to Xmas ...
Wo
GROSSE
Fort
large ships had spreaJ out hnwise for
.afety, head into the storm.
Up on
Chapter,
the crest of a mountainous whe Olle
could sec some of Ihe other ships, in
Members and guests Of Fort Pont. the trough of the sea, one could only
chartrain Chapttr, Daughters of the .ee the tops of lhe maIlS.
American Re,'olulion,
will attend a
The Michigan was abreast of our
benefil bridge tei, to be given Tues. ship (Virginia), and a few of u. feUowl
day afternoon, 1\ovember 14. from 1;.30 from the black gang were watching
D. A. R.
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dont.
to 5 o'clock, in the senice building of her, from the top-side when her (oreTo ucuse her betrayal of CzechosloThe 3A pupils of the llaire School Delroit Edison Company on Third mast bent over tht side. The gred
v."'i~.
Franee
onee m""
mfrkly entertained Iheir mothers It a Hallow- avenue, ?I f rs. \V .~,IJ L , E v.erar ..' an d I U";"CL IJId" rn<lcic up oi slcci tuoi"l1
pointed out to her "helplessneu,"
while: "'e~ party Tuesd.l,y allernoon, VClOOU Mrs, Charles K, Cooper Will be co- bent over in a semi.circle, the ob.erthe dictators challenged the world and 31, In the school h~rary.
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chairman of the affair. which benefits vat ion tower under the surhct and the
paraded their might,-thus
alienating
Mothers
atlendmg
the party 1ft. the chapter's philanthropic fund, Tick- ship dangerously
listed to the portc1uded Mr •• Clay
IonI Purdy, Mrs.
Pando, CL.) w-.r "..
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• '" I s.~dC'. Ci.ppkd, iih~ ''r .ith drew !I0111 1h~.
what,flovf"r' iY"'P.'It h'.". I,. I't Tt)r t h ...'"
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Today, France is radiant {or she has Il\n'on,
Mr~, lonar.ts ~eecnlllg, Mr~.
The regular meeting of the chapter Illeet anti mad. her \':~l' b~ck to t!le
reJl:aitled not on!, the idnd of world ~H.rbert Ma,oney, !ot~i, ",tlJrge Braunu. I Friday ahernoon, Kov.mber 17, at I
na"y yard at Norfolk,
sympathy she wants and needl, but !o{rs. Cono"er san'I~, ,!I~rlMClar~nc~ o'c1ock, at McGregor Library, ~ill be a
January 17th. riding out the tail end
also effective Brilish support.
In fact, Buslepp, Mrs, Fred _mlt,
~~ 11 ay Kational Defense program, With Mr .. of tl,e storm. lhe steering gear "f the
tbe French through clever diplomatic mond Croa.dale, Mrs. RObet\; ha I~ce, Wa!late Hall add~e5sing the members Georgia fouled and we crashed inl!)
moves, have: maneuvered the British to Mrs. ,Eric Dearnley" Mrs,
t e crt on "Or What Are We Afraid?" Miss her, ,dlh slight damage due to ,.ble
open the "preventive" war Pari. has Spurner, and Mrs, Mlchad Mahoney.
Madge Quigley will present. urly
maneu,'ering which sent lIS to the nayy
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arch-en.my.
been lookinlf forward to ever since the
American music on the harPlschor~. yard where tht writer took a picture of
Thus, while Kazi Germany thundered, l.. t world war.
Vernier
Parent.
Mrl. Henry B, Kellogg, regent, w,1l the ).[ichigan,
Any of you boys call
threatened and dared the world, France
Meanwhile, the British are hning a
preside.
Hostesses for the day ",i'l l'oJilp!y more details of th
Great
Would j'OU like lo reed our menu?
Ju.t phODe NI. 9311'
quietly asserttd her "desire for peace hard time tryin .. to believe that Cham.
to Meet
Novem
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be members of th.e National r~den,e I Storm?
Wiii be leemg )IOU Jatn',
Complete Diltinguilbecl
Bar Sernee
and co.operation
with all countries," berlain and not Daladier il the lIIan
department, of ....hlch Mrs, W.lham R.
As a re'lllt. the lesser powers Boded who is runnine Europe.
The parenti ef the Vernier School Walter is director.
],~rs. Rob~rt ,H.
Emple7" IIe&1tII
around France and asked her to dCl
------will mett Oft Thursday evening. No. Peteuon. prOll'°am (halfman, will 1ft.
The air hygiene foundation. it •
.t D;o.dUze
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someth'ng about it. Which she readily Pointe
to
vember 9, at 7JO p, m, Dr, Van Kluck,
troduce the speaker. Tn follo""l the ncn-profit,
scientific
or,anizatioo
AMPLE PARKING SPACE
did by lining them all up agaiast the
superintendent
of schools, will discuss prol(Tam.
with headquarters
and a mu1t.ip~
lijpossible
aggressor.
problems of our local scheel systtln.
------fellowship at Mellon institute, Pitt:&------------------------------For many years. this trick has helped
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It represents a collective ef.
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fort
employers Thein foundatioD.
behal1 of emthe French 10 largely supplant their
C~.opcrallnit with the De:rolt Co
, m. are cordi6lly invited to be: present.
ployceby health.
in
deficiency in man.power and maintain muntty FU~d Plan f~ publIC, Prtvat~,
The second meeting of the Maire
addition to its fundamental
rueareh
a real hegemony over the continent.
and paroclual school. In th~ metropol~.
School
Parent.Teachers
association
in industrial health, provides memHitler had somewhat
upset their tan area, the ~roue
POlftte pu~he Muon
Pupil.
takes place in the auditorium of thc ber companiel
with praet.ieal plant
plan~ {nr ~ time. but they heve :!!lte !chool
.wlll nnt we.k reeel,vt
to
school on Tuesday enning, November
:::ca~~;t~pre=rind~u:n~
re-established
the balance in their small ~ntnbutlO/ls
to the Communl~y
14 at 8 p. m. The speaker will be Mr. hyciene.
FridaY-Saturday
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November 10 and' 11
favor through discreet and cOllcerted Fund In all elementary grades and In
Royce Howts war editor of tde Detroit
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ycster ay, fo'
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T_er 01Pin
The starting pomt 0 thtS c ever 41" lowmg
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IS f a
Sat, 11 P. M,-Cleoda Farrell "Torch, Runa for Mayor"
a con {C'rence Wt'th th e sc h 00 I (Ountrie! wbich werc secured last year Passes the Censors.
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The leanine tower ot Pisa wu iJs.
plomacy can be traced bacle to 191 •
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through tbe elforts of rOOl11mothers, Mr. Howes Will answer any ques Ions
staif
tended to stand upri&hl but the IOi1
Sunday Thru Thursday
Ncv2m:"', 12 to 16
At the Versailles Peace Conference adLocIDtn15ltrattIhvcfl" • I
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'th teachers aDd pn-ncipai oi :Mason school the audience may care I" ask him rela- beneath gradually cave way on _
" sc 00 0 ICla s agree
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that ended World War I, Germany was
f h 0
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d fare
hein" tranrltrrC'd
to the Profes.
twe to the curreot 5ltuatlon In urope. side until the marble Itructure waa
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T , I' Ed ucallon
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t'IOnaI va IUe' t 0 sional Library of the Grosse Pointe' Mr. Howel "'as "orn. ,n .
InneapollS
1ll feet out ,,' th.. Dl'""'''r1;eu1ar.
t h at t h e ~uca
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"as to take place at Once
..... Board of EducatiOll. There they will Ind attended the UmvelSlty . of ,,,,lOne. under mID.
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,the ch ildr ea 0 f elt t en d'uti th e campa'....
E
ute control of an AU,ed committee
b
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ill b e {
t th n become a part of tbe Children'. Mu. sota. In 1924 he made a tnp to ngFOR EXPERT
CLEANING AND
I he~ded by the late Marshal F""h.
In to t elsc 00 sh~ ...H tar tghreaferd a
.eum' undtr the su-rvision
of !diu land on a cattle boat and remained
PRESSING
CALL
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the va ue of t eU' .~ts 0 e un •
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compensation, the Alltes promised to
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Dunng t east
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England kept her word, but not the childrrn ....i11 learn the philosophy Mackenzie IS room mother and Mrs. artlclu fer t~e Satur ay \'emne
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France had suffe'ted atrociously duro
t L M BartlC'lt of the Grosse Pointe Swellen as the country they ....ould rep- m~'stery n~ve ~ s()ftle a w.
ing the war and the French were all ~: rd
Education, who is in cb&rJte resent.
Two d01l5, a boy and a gill, been pllb!,shed by the Cnmc Club,
ALICE
BEAUTY
CLEANED AND RENEWED
anxious to "never let it happen .... in... f;h
lans here.
in native e~tUtlle anll a Swedish coso AmOll, hIS latest novels a:e h Callao
SALON
Clemencean is often quoted to have 0 I L CPt
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th h b't f tume lor a rirl abollt ten )'urs of"e
Qub," MDuth en the Bndre,"
Illd
Venetiu
Blinda Cleaned OJ' Made to Order
said that since the Allies h&d not ell'~~ &,YOUl1&"s
~.r;m
e. a ~ °d were parchalecL
"Kurder at Maneuver,,"
His dQbby il
Permanat Wa~ $3.-$$-$7
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tered Berlin as conquerors, thc Ger- chontn hutillghtOt u
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costome was purchased alld tbere i. aU parents will use thiS opportunIty to
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br. &rt e elltP aslDz '- 't sdideat
111011.... left to (>anha .. twe
visit their chUdren's rooml
&nd to betbe
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The IA.2B nOUD chose France and teachers,
During
the evening
the
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I' 'It .v> C l.. orbn
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s av,&,
f~... h'Icu tnto
Tb t e boo!
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t'a ....ir- of Fr.tlch
doUs school lib rary w ill b e open an d the
_ new
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bas
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partu::pa lOll was
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to
laDSlecl followialJ a ltud
of tloe 0. tar-elo. tM elorta of )In, J. tk:Pone.
boob feall • ., .~
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face the German "ant "'Ithout fAr.
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of Oe.relaad.
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(iqlaYI
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Clemen, teeoad p-ade eoaaidcrmc pV1nr 'boob
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more adopted her favorite attitude. twutyycars.
The fact th&t C1ne1and,
teacher. aad M .... Ra,. DeGraw, room prueu....
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I She poised as if constantly menaced a city OIIjy two-thirds tile
oi:DelIIo,hCi". pu;;:h .. cil : ~!'~ D,,!~!: l:C:l'~re!!!~ d M!.lr~ SchOC'! d!l!~!"ffl
ROBntTS !LA.!)!O S£!!VICE
by Germany. So, iastead of di.lUlUia&', trcit DOWregularly rabC'5 a COIIUIlDDityltUttlC &ad two Dutch dolls. Th~
their relatives and friends, are cordially
IlIa Eo
at B.Ir-:
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she rearmed.
fund' of a million dollars larger tha.a p1&Ato ptucbue
a boy's' Dutch cos- invited to the mcetiD. llext Tuesday
Gnu. p..-- IterPremier Oaladier, commonly bOWl!. Detroit
now rerularly r&i.es a com- tume. A pair of woodeD slJoa which tvenilltr,
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Bert Lahr Bolger in
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as "Ie Taciturne~" doe. not boast w1J,.en munit,.' fund ef a miUion dollus
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thalt Detroit',
is attributed
to the I from Ho~nd
~iIl be ~ODated to thel
Group 2 of Olrist Methodist Church, I
Is-and
~erman Hi&h Commaod ...ell tr:L"li!!;; period in the scbools.
museum ....Ith tlllS exhib,t.
East Warren at Haverhill, will sponsor
knows thIS to be t:ue. ~wenty ye:,,1'1 Grene Pointe's school clmpairn will
Mexico was the country chosen by a play "Tne Berea Church in ....:!iu~"
of c~n5tant and lntenStve rcanaan,
Ollen Wedaesday,
Nove:mber IS, a~d the third. Ifl'ade ... hose teachcr was au Friday, November 10. at 8 p. 'tl.
haJ gl\'ea her a great advant~e
over cootiDae for OIte week.
The pupils lirs. Thomu
McCoa.ell
&ac! whose'
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her "h~reditary"
foe. The grcat re- themJClves will organize the c:ampaigu rOOtD mother
",-as MI'I. WiUiam
serves of fighting pla~e., tanks and ill their own ,chools.
Student repre.
Schmidt. Two Mexican dolll were pur.
Veteran'.
Comer
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other war apparel which have been s"ntat;vf'C from e~~}, g1'adt! or hOll1e- ella.ed and there is som. mod'ty left
cieri!!:
C:.meth~dicl!.!!): ~(o"iteci and kept. up to room will take: cbarge o{ campa;,n lit- {or IOllte IrtiCle of c1othin..
lOut
of a $ollior's di6ry, a saga of the
tam. aDd Draperie,
date In ..anous undtrKfound htdeouts, erature and information and pre,cllt
Two dolls were .tl:tIrtd from Yor- SU, tbe Ilcat storm of January 15-1i
IthroU~hout ~~e country ha,'e .ne.ver lig. it ia brief speechu to their groups.
occo by fourth grade: teaCher and room 19111. One of the 1II0st se,'ere winter; t ~~~C'f'&1
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An individual canister wili be placC'o I mother, Mrs. DOllaId MeldrulII and ever experienced on the Atlantic coast. t I I
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The great fleet, based in the ~arbor oU
new sdlgg.~s, ~ut they eXI!t. n~etht
,bulletin dl!llll~'! presellttllll' Co=ulIlty
Tile fifth audit chose Alaska anll Yorktown, Va., was prepanng
for a
less. and K'YC france ~ supenO:lty her Fund purposes.
purchased aft Eskimo dolL Mr. \Vii- ten-day.' patrol of the coast,
deliberate meekness "",II not eXIst.
1\0 check will be made of the amount lard Shinners
1\'as teacher
of thi.
The Vestal, navy repair ship COlllin,",h.n
in 1927, Marshal Foeh la. <of individud
contributions,
declared ifroup and ),frl. Perey Eeatty 1\'11room uously steamed back and forth, the
SERVICE
n~lIneed that .German ~isarmameat was Superintendent
Vaa Kleeck, and ao- mother,
lenrth of the channel, keeping it iceOa aD .... _AD _k raanatee.l
y
\'lrtuall
r~ahzed. (whICh meant tho.sc body will know ",.hether a child has or
ThrOllrh Miss Eudora Frazes. teach. Iree.
CefIDAD Refripntioa Senice
of the Allies WhlCb had not yet dl" has not contributed.
cr, and Mu. Corrado Parduccl, and
Ten o'c1ock in the morning, January
%81 Mo.-ou Rd.
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MThe size of the individual gift ....ill the help oE Mrs. Parducci's sister, Mrs. 14, 2J ships of the line, headed by the
POJncalre, at that tIme Prem.er, con. ::ot he emphasized. bul rather the spirit Freedman, in ~ew York, two Hun- Pennsylvania,
.teamed
out, accomtrarily declared that danger of air- in which it is givtn said the Superin.
gian dolls, a bride and a bridegroom,
tanied by destroyers and sub.chasers-
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And.
France -,,'ent n~h~ ..head wt~h her
preparations. trammg and armmi her
proteges as sbe went along.
This Germany bitterly restnted for
it is unlikely she had any plans for reo
venge just then, but her reputation
as a rapacious power Ifave little weight
to her protests.
?lIa,.be the French were right, after
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and Form Pressed
Or Overcoats
Men's
SOcPicked up and Delivered
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an impressive sight, The SC'& was calm
as the fleet sailed into the darkness of
night, but there e,-ide::t!, ~:2. :. '\":arning reee;,.ed of hea,'y wcalher ahead
for, down in the sto\(e hole, we could
hear the blasu of the shrill bos'n's
pipe aad orders (or all deck hands to
turn-to and make fast all hatches and
lundry equipment.
Off walch at 12 midnight. a hot bath
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",at a eli' ....ork..
17rr, Ron Rhodt, Belly Relckle. ayM
thc ~h1l's Ill.no "Inch h~rl roBed end
toward the
.\ .tNrate
omr"ll'n
amonK 11'e em- Gro<~, Rett;. I'lrennan.
Glen Beyer. {nr end ~e,'eul time, hetMe ,t finally
l-I,tler 1I'as rlo,.e< 0' Ihc Rnarti "i E.;uc.lion i,. J.nie. \\'eneil, Grnrjtc Kurz. !<fanlyn ,,>< la.hed f.sl.
cn:nmend.hle.
~mce they eoulll not ",11 af!'nrd to
,('<':er~
M,I:'. Ii" French ;orctended ttl
r al::ree. h:ll left the initiali"e of .uch a
mnve entirely with London.
Thn~e do.e 10 Pren,ier
Daladier
~n()W t'1.t he n~\'tr h~li~\',,; the ).[U".
o",'o'.-'r
(().,H "r w"tlld r~:~~e
an)t:',:>o;. Tile re.l rca;nn ...hy n.l.
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and Dyera
and a Hunganan
blouse and apron
were purchased.
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The (>rmclpal, Mus Ethel Tucker,
secured a co~plete. Japanese
ot:tfit
f~om an AmC'rlcan fnen~. Mrs. Gnce
Knapp, who has been In Japan for
three ~'ears.
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tendeni.
So that oslentation may be noid"d,
a maltimum limit for individual gifts
was agrccd upon by the school princi.
pals Tuesday.
Elementary "hool chil.
dren will be urged to contribute any
amount {rom one penny to one quarter. In the junior high school the ma"i.
mum lim;t is to be 50 cents, ",.hile iJI
the h;,h school contributions from one
cent to one dollar ~.i11 be solicited.
and into the hammock on Ihe gun deck
The Community Fund School Cam.
lfr. and !ofrs. A. p. Halliday, De. bv one A. M. At t,,-o awah"'d
b)' a,
llailfl.! w~nreplace in Gros~e Point~ ~h. I :,,,,.l; :i.frs. ~iJa JJa ....son. Imlay City; hug" ~'a'-e ~lal'ping the ship b:cadsid~,1
I ~l:llie!!1!lo!l of fClod for ThanI.:sgl\'1ng Ilr\","e and John !lorland, De.rborn; and the qUlvenng of the shIp as It
baskets ....hich has been carried on oc- Mi~s Eleanor Deuster and Mr. and struuled
to rid the dtck. of tons of
casionaUy in \"Orioos schools in the past. :Mr~, Seymour ]eiil.s and famli~', Grosse ' ....ater. some of which streamed ir.t~
Said Mr. Bartlett, "We fed that thf I Pointe, ~pent Sunday on the Tranzow the aun deck throll!!," hatches and
Community
Fund provides a much farm near Imlay City.
ports not .ufficiently light. The ship
more a~equate plan of social work than
then Jlarted a rhylhmic rolling ...hich
thc seasonal contributions of food. .".s
Mari!yn and Janice Wendt from incrtased as dawn approached, finally
Ihe .I,meeican ....ay of meeting com •. Pemberton
road. ".ere ho~te" to a. gro"'ing into a ,cries of pitching, rollmunity responsibihliCl. the Community
scavenger hunt
for some o{ their ing, lurching
and ~""""o';,,e' Tt,e'l
Fnnl! ha, been almost Ilni,'ersally friends. Fridav eHnue. Xo,'emher .t • ''''ell ~! !~~~:l~~: ....;c r,~i"" ..,c'; :.e'l
7. ;.,:;.,~ ;.;,..;;,:.. ':........v .. n.. «;1 iiiiponaiit laciOPt('o rn our countr:-.. and hilS merlt~d j 1" fhe rar~~. ~'~r~ Shir1rv
non~ldson.1 twctn
decks,
on~ drum
of it 11a\ing
i,~tnr in Etlrore.n politics. the British, the ,omplele appro,:a! of '<xi.l l~ad~r, Ii CharJe~ Koul11man. Marguerite Jon.'ki'l hr"ken loose an~ smashing from onc
I hern", conSClnU< to ....hat an C'xlent an. ,,'eryw here. That 1< ....hy the schools rani Pet"<, Barb.,..
Aueh, K.r1 hulkhead 10 anotner nad ~I'runl< a lcak
all.
In 1933, ....hen Hitler came to po ....er.
the French once more poi~ted Ger.
many out to the world as \",olent ;tnd
war-benl, although both British and
French money had powerfully
con.
,!r,b ..ted to AcioH Hitier's ~uccess.
I....gain the ....orld took r.o!ice. The
Briti~h alone were somewhat stospiciou~,
hut Ih~t didn't bolher
Paris as an
,\n!'rlo.Gcrman alliance could only be
{'('nciuded at Britain', expen~e.
Prior 10 Septcmber
1938, a~ the
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CORSAGE?
Them
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Cor,eo.1 eO""lea for all part .. oe.
calion_Gardenia.
Viol"t (frelh .1
he",~ cnnduclrd
eoincident "ilh
anrl f1l1l Snyder. After the hunt:
On the t"I'~;de at dawn thrre \\.'1
the mornin,!) and atherl. Oar Or.
r,)("l., d.les of the crntral dri,e. ~o- i they rlay-.; .ame< anrl fCOlledon
pTenl." ll'"inll' on. Th. wirele,~ m.<'"
Hmo'r 6.2l. Comnwn,ty Flinn mem- \\'end!',
famous l,.mbur~tr.
A iood I...ere hrn.tn .nd .'"ayinlt I,,'m eah:"
ch id C o".,e.
at $2.st. wiD de lig.t
her.h,p hlan •.' ha\'t heen dist~ibt:led time "as had by a'l.
a ho~'n'. ere", ....orkinl<' to cllt thrml'
tnrough the Bnud n, Eaucat;on off'ce
-adrlf:.
Some one remarked Ihat !I'e
to all mtmh.r~ nf the teachinll', cieri.
June Lar'on, ('If Gro.se Pointe Park. ,on1:. ,hi" ...it:' its wireless intact Olnd/'
,.1. ~nrl custod,al
<lalh, .l1d (onlribu- ' ....11 rccenlly initiated intn I.e Cercie ,,'ani,
,,'a, t,~, :\rkan,as.
....11 toe
FLOWERS
~:,'n •• ",:1 he c.~"e(:.ri .",1 l:>r"ed ",er Fro" .. ;•. clul, f"r ,t"ri~n:, of French., <m,licr ,.~«.l< had heen MMred hac\: i
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'0 II" D~fr(>lt ,,/l"rr,
''1 a I~r:;.. sum, :al lhc CniHnl'y
01 ~!Ichlgan.
j,omelime
durlllg the nIght and Ihc "
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GROSSE
POINTE
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Thursday,
November 9, 193P
W--ted-T Buv
FA \\'N .Tap lapin coat, wool lined,
of "!he WiArd of O~,. bailed I' Hol. helpless, dependent invalids.10. Ate toys with .harp eda'es diJ. Mary Connolly, 5.]. Roth, ),{rt. Dulel
beauliful condition, $..'0.00. NI. 9668.
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Fails caused the largest Dumber of carded?
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IT--"-'O--o-r -r-o-u-r-f-a-m~il-y-ftatfor CiSii: h'"ood's most ambitions mu.ical .pec'
H. Cronin, Mrs. J. Dwyer Kinnuc:allo
tacle since "The Great Ziegfeld.. The deaths in the home last yur.
Accord.
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1. Are poisons separately stored?
Xeil :\'ewman, Lieut. Jobn Bartkowia",
raccoon coa •
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piclure, OIle hundred per cent musical inll' to lI:ational Safety Council ligures
12. Are firearms kept unloaded and Mu. Anna W. Winkler, ane! ),{rL B. A.
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CAXARIES-AII
A.I guaranteed sUlr-, USED Leopard jacket or cape: rea- and lilllltd in Tecbnic:olor, opens at 16.suo persons were killed in Ihat way
Ha)'cock.
beyond the reach of children?
uNE $71).00 GOvernor v. lnthrop l!...k,
ers
"11 colors
ReaS<lnabie
1381. sonable. Phone TU. 2-6164..
the PUnCA and Judy Tbntre next Sun. last year. Burns and explosions cau~d
$25.00. OtIe mahogany double bed Wal'~rr.,
lUy, for aD enaagement or live days.
with Beautyrut
mattrrl$
and sprins'l
Chairmen of Red Croll bruchet
Members
of
the
Red
Cron
Home
5,300 deaths, Ind poisonini caused 1.600
p.oo, and one $250.00 2-pc. li\'ing ro0':'1 TE .... ROO~!-C.:.:., .. ::';,~ineu, e-.celSafety Committee under the chairman- who will work with the eommittec fa..
deaths.
The
total
number
of
dealh.
!\tw
inventions
in
lOund
recording.
lent
condition.
best
locatio'n,
GrOSSe
laite $025.00. All in excellent conda.
elude Mrs. C. H. Bennett, J>lymoulll;
ship of ~frs. Downey include Warren
color photorraphy,
make ..ups which [rom home accidents was 31.soo.
Pointe. Splendid clientele eSlablished. EXP-ER-I-ID-l\""C~E-D'-a~ir-l-w-a-nt-s-coo-kinrl
Uon. SZ<lO Somerset.
Mrs. Mary l.ester, Northville: ),{rt. A.
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Bow,
Rev.
CarroU
F.
Deady.
LaurReal bargain for someone. Owner must
serving
meals,
ironinll'
or
c1eanina;
elimisu.ted
use
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mask.,
music
and
In calling the allention
of houlCMASSIVE
oak china cabinet,
$10; sacrifice.
Alldren to Box 0, Grosse Grosse Pointe .~ferellce..
W ..yne: Mr.. F'rtll
35 cents lyric writing, costumin, and special el. wives to accident hazards ic the home enline B. Collills, Mrs. Chas. W. Bris- G. Wilkinson,
Italian i'(ln fireplace .el, com:>,.te,
Pointe Re\'iew, 15121 Kercncv ..l.
ho:.!rl,)'
and
IransportaLion.
FL
Z8iO.
f«ts
whicb
are
reported
to
be
beyond
tol, Mrs. E. Co Balch, Fred C. Fi.her,
Rowlander, Belleville; O. RuettiDler,
ttO. Call Nl. 3JJ4, 1334 Anita, Grosse
Mrs,
Dowl\ey
asks
the
foUowing
quesHELPER-Experie-nced
GIRL'S (iOTHI~G,
size 10 and 12. MOT HER'S
Inspector
Fred W. Juergens,
Mrs. Flat Rock and Min Stella BlICkbcff)O,
Poillu Wood •.
with children. Therese Schultz. Nt solutiort were required to brin,
L tions:
velvd dreu, )edoutgrown:
coat,
RUSSIAN
Ermine e\'ening coat, s~e
1. Ate stairways well lighted and Lottie Colligan, Mrs. James R. Walsh, ROUlulus.
4645.
Franll: Baun's famed dory to the screen
phers ski-rants, black M:uy )anes.7,
36; like new. Call Tdnity 2-1577.
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MIDDLE.AGED
womac wiU care for Iunder the direction of Victor FleCling, dear from toys and other objects?
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ete. 'fl). 2.0007.
,.
LOVELY maternity dress, like new: BEAVTIFL'L
children: act as companion, or do remembered lor hi. direction of "Cap'
2. Are small rugs secured arainst
can'ed oak bed, vanity
rClSOl1able. 16" Br)'. Drive, Grosse
tains Courageous" and "Test Pilot."
slipping?
::':",,~~':~'::'~.~!,;~;"~1 f'mrire
!t'cre- plain sewing. Xl. 3745.
Pointe Woodlo
_
. • . ,.our Gruue Point.
tarl" e"cdlent condition; melodeon. BELGIAN' LADY 'wi,hu washiiliiliid
J. Are porch railinrs
ane! /loors
ironing done al home.
Day work.
Headinr Ihe Calt are Judy Garlacd sound?
WHITNEY - English baby cab, non- Will sacrifice. 7JS Fisher Rd. No dealLad,.
Hair St,.litt will
Tuoday
and Thursda)'.
Good reler• tipab!t;
&:i:i_y:t; 11.jgh. c:hair, detectoers.
as Dorothy. Frank Morgan as the Wiz4. Are matches kept from children?
create a coiffu.re iacliviet.
ence.
N'I.
5Z24.
Jette baby su.lts, baby all.aluminum WHITE STAR Ra. range, good c"ndi.
5. Arc hot c:ontainers beyocd chilualizecl to your own per ..
DA yo - 'VORK,_ge-n_er_a.l-c-Ie-a-ni-n-g-,
-wa-sb: ard, Ray Bolaer as the Scarecrow, Jack
Ilott1e sterifu:u.
794 Pembeno:l Rd,
tion. $12.00. 656 Washington
road,
-.lity.
ings, and lo\'ely ironer; ".-ill care for Haley as the Tin Woadmln, Bcort L,hr arens reach?
~'IOLlS,
eomPlele'--~rfect'
condit~o;;-; GroiSe Pointe.
children e\'enings: 35c an hour. M U. ~s. t~e ~war~y
~i~ie ~,urll:e a~
6. Are gas burners adiusled for
.aaiJi<:~ S2S.00. Labeled ~"'ntvl1lOUS nn:fEO[.(TEL
Y' lu\'ing to',\'!!; rrlU;t 2m..
\lunaa
me UOOQ "".",
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'IS .... ' proper combustion?
Stradivario~"
MU. 329_5_.
_
s..ll breakf~,t rnom furnilure, boy 5
Body Contour Dept.
Hamilton as. the Wicked W,tch, Char7. Arc garage doors opeD when auto
iAcoos coat, si~ 16. ~r(ect coii: bicycle; cheap, -.''''!. _567L~ ___
ley GraPnl'ln as Uncle Henry, Pat __~.~
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ditiOll, $15.00. TU. 2-l1944. 3S.M to DI~ETTE.SET,
""~,~,
A'4:: U AID II. .A&
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A. I TU
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rnrn
ju.t the thing for an
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iTHOUSEKEEPING
rooms, private Walshe as Nikko and Clara Bl.andicll:
VetDOD, Groase Pointe Farms.
s. Is the baby's bedding secured
apartment, $20. J578 Beaconsfield.
bath,
garage,
heat,
light
and
gas
to
b~
as
Aunl
Em.
CoIlPLETE~ktiil-bir ;-bOWiing
against possible smothering?
ro.2.2160
11912
KERCHEVAL
illcluded; near city limil.. Adults. lI:l.
ba1I, "a" Ihon size 10, like new: air.
,
9. Arc electrical appliances In goo<l
way e:leanet. complete; Z book ascs,
condition?
'1
e1ertric .,late, 2 nlgS. living room suite, MA~ to work about house and
grounds three mornings each week.
piaftO. ll~ Beaconsl1eld.
WE SEL~. IIOthing bu! living room \\'hittier near Jefferson. Please phone ATTRACTIVE
fur.lished
aparimeiii
Spec:ialiata Us Furnace Qeanin, aDd Repairiq
, funutUT'l'. t-l'i.<:e suite, custom made after 8 Friaay night. Nt. 9266.___
Bob Hall, extemporaneous chap, held
lor couple or single rooms in refined
COMPLETE PLUMBING SERVICE
$f5.00. SaYe 4O'JIl,. Van Lokern, 14547 GIRL f;;r-hOuttWork:-;;-o cooking. hOme priute home. Garage. Oose to Hia'h over for a second week, will head the
~
nights and Sundays. CaU NI. 2695.
C8arlnois.
School
:-;[, 0536TV.
%-3737
21752 MACX
new show opening Friday at the Club
Gin You That
CROSSE POINTE WOODS
CO'\IFORTABLE
adoining Ditb; Royale which brings to Detroit the
~
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t ~
l
"Well Dreued" Appearaaee
Kurtis Royal Marionettes.
which is auc:b aD aid
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trt''for''*Y~N'~IL\W''-FVE''ood''Tallllt ED
Moderate
Prices
:-;Loii~;~er roomers; home PfivilellCS.
O1HU"s
ATTRACTIVE
studio room:
privllte
The Marionettes put on a e:omplete
to BUIUs" Sil~
bath and entrance; garage. Cau TU. show with banjo and lUncing. piloted
2-2329. _
.
by Beans, master of ceremonies.
The
PLEASA~T
RO~M WIth young COil' tar ~ the show Miss Lotta Wind. a
All work doae ill our own ahop.
nl,. nn 4;;;t Cb,Jr.
!'!~a.r K'!rche'v.!~: s
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Lus-iau .u.pJidey.
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Larae se1ed:ioa of fabria &om
be~i-tr;nsp;;rlation.
TU, 2-9357.
would. be evening prllDa donna, tunsthat the ... t Irq" caa alfonl.
QaMt, .-filet ......
which to chooee.
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forlllS and ~du;atiooal microphone disTioe cloMat ........ tiaI ..... tnuuiellt botel to er- P ....
cussion into a ,trip tease. Other char-
P. ...
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DONNA-
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Help Wanted -
Female
IBob Hall to Head
3m.
Roaau for R..
BROEDELL PLUMBING AND HEATING
r
room
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K ath erloe
11151 KerchenI betweea St. Oair
Nd Rei.
&mila- DinDen • % p. m. to 8 p. m.
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Dark brindle. male, wbite feet and anllual home Satety YmpaJgn.
bfast, Ia rB:e Iump 011 Its
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Participaticg
in tbe campaign
Gto~i.~lt
Park ~
190., Reward.
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FislaDced ••• ow H_
R.m.aa-I
for N_ or E.a.tiDIr ea-aaJa 01' At-t-b
FHA.,.
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t.eaosSlOl
at l.eDoz
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W'wtenze Your Car with
GOOD GULF PR.ODUCTS
$3.25 and' up
C. B. Wy1ie,. 1253 Kensington
... ~,;.. ,: ~,~Qldf~:
E. Jeffer_
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Red Cross Home Safety IlIJPedion
Blann wiD be dUtribated by Grosse
I Pointe _ens
cluDs in co-opera~ion
LOST
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Reel Crou Safety
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PARTIES-J\ut_tie
p~1
InPJu:
beat orcbeltta .. late.t recGrOSH Pointe J4:si:. N! ~_
MACE AT NEFF
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Mona,
CI b
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.
Mae k CI.. neCarr7
r & Taylor
Upper
1.aaIoIIrJ'
17.7
er, ]ean
HOTEL SAVARINE
N.S-fieLI
"'1' Y..,.. ... Mack An.-
'VAYBtJR~;-im.(or.-Vernor-Low~
Royalettea, with entirely new numbers
in four. family ; 5 br~ht
modem complete the show.
$JO.oo. Adults.
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UPPER FL.'. T, five rooms, bath, side n,
,
t
drive, garage. 526~ St. l?air, Grosse "' omen a
u 0
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Pointe. Inquir. ~204St. C1.. ,.,
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DrIve
,rooms.
99c
Oeaaiq aDd Preainc
1S381 Mack An.
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FlabFor Reat
Europeu Plan From $1.50 Weekly
American Pr.D From $11." WeeId,o
Karl Kellerman
S=r:--CGITR,
8..'9-Three
bedrooms. adtr!
presented by the star includes
Stella M. Lachat, 50S Notre Dame, .Mae West.
Grosse Pointe. NI. 1731.
b
bedroOiilhome,
Madle alld Ray, who were mem en
GROSSE POINT~J
reconditioned,
sun room.
brea kf :nt of All-~e
~ Fay's p,'cture .You're a Sweet _
room, bboratory, new oil burl1er. Ervia. heart'" ate youthful aCf,,:"atic .tars..
Sorge. NI.;.;.
7:..;;0.;.;15.;..'
Rutb Craven, Hollywood Hotel sing-
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We Have Catered to Retired
" Men and Women for Nine Yeara
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and
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Club Royale Show
CUitom Made Suib
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rnntlved by modem t1eemacwne.. H. Bw:keridge Laclrty, 130 touraiDi: road. Libri Oub
'" Son, U:. 6740. 15108 Kercheval.
5t presideut: Ilrs. A. ),{. Smith, 8100 E.
]elfenon, head of the Womeu's &sociatiotl for the Detroit Sympb ..ny OrHATS
RiilODEL~c1eaned
and chatrL
blocked; ,pecializing ill bereh alld
turba"s to lIIatch your frock:, fu •• and
fabrics.
DR. 41158. C&11 after"
and
,~turci .. ~5_.__
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trk cutting
Devonshire Beauty Salon
IIIZtMACK
w. are
p!eued to
UIIIOUDCe
the .cluaift
11M of
Fuller
Bristle Comb fur MW life aDd
~t!~
!~ !he hai!o.
FIldal aDd vitalia pack
It,. ezpert operators with
each 55 permaIUIIIt Moa., To ...
.nd Wed. MoaCapri ~~
ci! ;!-,.;;;-.poo
for eaeb type
of hair aad tealp. Wave aacI
manicure, 'Ult
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COUNTIt'l' CU1B
PUM~KIN
Music
Jlf~'~25c
PT.' NO L:ESSONs-a-a-ss-ic-a-I-or-po-p-u-.
lar, children or ad'llts; YOllr home or
mine' experienced teacher.
NIagara
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f"'~~':"'!.!,.!
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wcquer i ..
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tis. "-atJ' of 6ne ...oocI ••
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Comer
Open
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Cupboard '
,.$167.50
$66.75
DOOR MAN rARKS YOUR CAR
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Can
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from J'oar cloned
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15108Kercheval Avenue
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