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VOLUMEI~-NO. 3S

Fish Rod,eo 'NinnersHappy

DEA'DLINES

Over Success

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\V'EEK As CompiJ.d ., Ih. Gross. Point. NeWl Thursday, August 21

MILLION auto workers are ltssured of3.cent hourly wage increases as Government's cost of living index hits new record high. Effective September 1. UN BOMBERS deliver devast~ ating attacks against two Communist targets at Pyongyang and Osu, marking third big Allied bombing in two days.

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DETROIT WAR WIDOW and Pontiac mother of wounded marine swindled by vicious racketeers who prey on grief-stricken rela'tives of dead or wounded servicemen. ..

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Friday. August 22 ENCEPHAUTIS e p ide m i c 8Pread~ng northward up- central valleys of California strikes 500, already claiming 30 lives.

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FORMER STATE SENATOR Carl ~. Delano, 61, who was sent to prlson for four years in 1945 ' by the Can-Sigler grand jury on. a charge of briber~, died in Kalamazoo. after long lllness. . U. ~. SUP~R~O~TS and AI-I lIed 11ght bombers dropped at 1east 100 tons of explosives on a supply base and communications center in northeast Korea last night. ..

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by Fred Runnells

Winners of the Second Annual Fish Rodeo are, left to right, back row, NORMAN WEST, JOHN ANGELL, BOB MALKIN. Front row, PHARAELDE DeRAEDT, SARAH LEE STROTHER and MELISSA COLLINS. (0 ,

Yo'ungst--ny' '8 Compete at ~

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Farms"C-ouncil ..'DisetJ:sses'~"~'!!ringProduct,{vity Teal,n, composed, 9fsi,x men" brought .to,. this coUntrY 'by the . , ',' ..... , '.,' , U. S. Mutual, S,ecurlty' Agency, arrived in Detroi; ..:t(i make. study of the..,.operational methods.

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Thursday, August 28, -1951

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have' the, ..modern appliance! available in this country. . ' On Sunday the engineer~ were the. gu!!S~ of. the Stark. H)ckeys durmg a. crUlse on thelryacht, and later. the guests of Mr; and; Mis. Gaskin at ,a dL"lner. "

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.of constructionliri.,.this ,country .. 'II(' '. and the typeso:f'l':riateri'~is Mervyn Gaskm,' resident' ;~f .... :, ,,' Grosse Pointe Woods 'mfdl're&~ dent of Taylor &":Gaskin;In~'1 steel fa bricat()rs;;: and ~.erectors, named chaii~an~ :5JJ the,'. recep- ' tion committee'by: the,ne,trait. Board'. ofCotiimerce, ,conducted .tours for theProduct,ivity Team which .gaye themCan QPportunity' to view .construction, o~' local housing projects,: and the Ford Robert D. Welch received his Marl~,Stagem:an)a native of,and Lod~ expressways .. '. Ba.:helor. of Arts degree :from, Rochester, New York; received .,' Mr.G~sk.i.l1reniarked;~thatthey Dartmouth Coll~ge and.,his JV1.A. her B;A;. frOm Northwestern 'seemedparticularIy iriterested in' from theUriiversity of Chicago. University, where she has also housing, projects and . electrical For the past four years he has nearly completed' her. M.A.in appliances, smce there ..are few taught En'glish at St. Paul's music. During the war she ser,v- individual units in 'Ia.rge:German WINNER, SEVENTH NATIONAL . ed a year and.a half. in the Wo- industrial 'citi~s, .nor ,do. they TRAFFIC.SAFETY POSTE .... CONTESl School in Garden City/New men,'s;Mq;ine.Corps. This fall -'-----'-'--'--....-.;.......-------'----,.;.---'----7,--,..,-York, where he was also active she' will begill teaching muSic at in coaching athletic teams. He. the :Kerby School." served in the Navy for three Mr!l. Irina Mann,. of 2033 Ox'..;. years during World War II. This fall he will begin'teaching at th~ ford, will teach household arts at the Grosse Pointe High. ScliooL Pierce School., .-t~ with the, beginning of the fall term this year ~ She received her degree in' household and industrial arts from. Stout Institute. P"one She has alISO attended St. Paul JlR.leotf Luther College ih St. Paul, Min5.9267 nesota, and has taught school in , Bayport arid Medford, Minnesota. -for reservations Mrs.. Mann', later attended and iniormation Northern State Teachers College in South lJakota, aDd has ha~ex-' tensive experience as a:. home demonstrator for a, number of 1810I . E. ~EN-MiLE RD. • • near GRATIOT household appliance' mamifac~ turers; "

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hat for early Fall

and five hundred reserved for patn year, flom

mos~ eQually

Mr. D. M. Ferry proceeds from t!

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Whaling.s weaJt

SWEATERS

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SKIRTS (plain)

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In additi;n to 11 new Central Librcl

10.00'

CHILDREN

and 321 b( Wayne Co;

Another excellent I by 95i more regL; ers. a gain for ev.,

..;%~~t* 'v. • The Berkshire has a fiatte;i;;g medium brim. and a crown that 'will enhance your appearance. Its Templeform shape fits your head firmly, yet without pressure ... it's ('omfortable from th~ ~t time' you put it on. V1Tehave. the Berks~lle, m . Creole, Cocoa, London. Gray and Belmon.t Gray.

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E\'en without the i closed when the School library wa> was an increase ir 3.3i8 over the pn. There was an aI' increase of 6,349. ,

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COAT S -DRESSES LAIIEI'

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Mrs. Josephine" S.Gronley, a graduate of the University of Detroit, will teach the first grade at the Monteith School this year . Married this summer, she spent last year teaching in Melvindale, Michigan. .

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The most important point in fish preparation is to prevent over' cooking. When .the fish flesh .flakes easily from the bone it has rea~hed its most moist, lender stage. Not everybody 'who's, talking about liberalism these days know what liberalism is.

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•• it must be casual} it must be comfortable,

and it must be "right !

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and more plaids-but these Comfortable cottons-excel.

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Those ever-present denims --navy blue, course.' We have sizes for everybody.

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hose' and cotton

argyles, from 7;c to $1.25 pair.

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also sleeveless.



slipovers, v.neck style; ,

5.50 to 12.95.

~lACKS . • . gray flannels ~nd wool gabardines many colors. 14.95 to 19.95,

BELTS •••

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at 2.00 and 2.50.

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It Means So Much-To So Many ! In all the history of commerce, it is doubtful ,whether another manufactu.red product has ever had such a hold on the affections. of its owners as the Cadillac car. . ,There is a well-to-do gentleman in a southern state, for instance, wllowill permit' no one to minister to his Cadillac except .. himself'-:'otherthan for its mechanical needs. He washes it, polishes.)tl cleans it and drives it. , • himself. .

'There is a family in New York which has 'owned a long series of Cadillacs to which have been given the names .of peofle,because ,they regard their c~rs as itl .but mem bers of the household;. .



There is a professional

man in the mid-

west who insists that his wh,ole life changed for the better when he got his' Cadillac. These are but typical of -innumerable instances of the deep regard in which Cadillac owners hold their cars. The loyalty and respect a Cadillac engenders are extraordinary indeed~ What can there be about a motor car to make it mean so much to so many? The answer is not far to seek. Because of its world-wide standing as one of the better things in life, it reflects credit upon its owner and indicates. that he is a person C?fsubstance and good taste. Because. it performs so wellt and so dependably, it is conducive to his desire to

travel and to see the world-an inspiring cOl1)pani6n for his daily movements among his fellows. , Because it is beautiful and luxurious, it is a joy t00'Yfl and a pleasure to contemplate. ,Sfanding in his driveway, rolling down the streets of his favorite city, or parked at the entrance to a distinguished club or hotel-it is a credit to his judgment and a testimonial to his work.

No wonder he cherishes it, and thinks of it as all' but a part of his own personality .. Don't you think that a car which can mean so much to ~o many could mean a great deal to you? Better come in today-and

talk it over.

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PRIDAY NIGHT unlil9

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ThursCJay, August 28, 1952 .

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Public Library Devel.Qpmenf I

(ContinUed from Par~ 1) the Library in gifts to the CenCirculation by A,.tmey part-time professional librarians, tral Library Fund. (Books only) " Agency 1950-511951.52 made excellent' contribuitions, as I Bran~h Opened. . .' .' Main 78,908 79.289' d1'd Miss Joyce Woodcock D'urmg t h e wmter, .' C't.. 54034 . ' an d t.h e Fr'len d Sly.................. .52027 , , . the clerIcal staff.. held a series of fortnightly meet- Woods 44,103 54,554 .As president of the Michigan ings which were mteresting and' Shores', : 4.044 6,300 LIbrary Associat' th d' t . Farms 11,217 Closed ha . 10~, e. J.rec or well attended. The opemng of Total 190,2~9. 194,177 a1 bu~y year, In addItIon to the new' Woods Branch on J anuc Circ'ulation Breakdow~ . th ed pannmg of the new Woods, ....." h . '.' Branch and of the General Li- ary 14 a~d dedicatlc~ on ~v!arc ".. 195~-51 1951-52 ~rary, Friends' activities, and 16 were Important events m the ~dult .} , l~~,~~~ 1~~,~~~ hbrary administration. Library's his t 0 r.y. The new ./Uvem e .' , .. More Used Llbrariel' ht' . t 1. M' L'b' h.as ........Total :, 190,299 19~177 y . St . . '" 19 mg m fie am 1 1 ar . . Registration . atls~lcal1y .the past year was not only given the place a "new ImpreSSlve, WIth more people k" b 'h t d making more use of the libraries. 100 . ut ~t as correc e . a ve~y Even without the Farms library bad SituatIOn. As of thls wntclosed "-,,,hen the new Kerb~ ing. the Central Library is apSchool l~brary w~s opened. there proximately three-fourths com~as an mcrease In ~ircu1ation of plete? with a good possibility of ,878 over the preVIOUS. year. ..()penm~ January 1: . There was an adult cu'culaflon All hbrary agencles had an ex. I~creas: of 6.349, and a non-fic- cellent year, with gains in cirt10n gam of 7,000. Three thous- culation and r~~stered users, In and five h d d b k 1 1 h un re 00 s. were h7r as~ ann\.1~ report on t e reserved for patrons dUrIng the City Branch, MIss Taylor has the year, and 321 booksbo~rowed following comments: from. Wayne County LIbrary "This annual report is the Another excellent record was set swan song of the City Branch. by 957 more registered borrowIt has had a chequered career ers, a gain for every library, a1- and physically speaking we have most equally adult a d'u '1 b h d' d 0 th . . n ] vem e. een an lcappe. n e sunJ.1y In addItIOn to the gift of the side of the ledger there is the new Central Libraty building by fact that in its various locations Mr. D. M. Ferry, Jr., and the it has been accessible, to a great proceeds . from the Murray W many }.leople and those borrowSales home which are to be used ers have given it a friendly, towards the furnishings. $13,975 small town, non-institutional atwas received by the Friends of h h' h h apmosp ere w Ie we ave -preciated. . "They have appeared to' enjoy .. Il . I their library and without ques~ -.-hInnounctng I tion we have enjoyed them. We fee.1 sure the added facilities in ~ i I the new library will more than offset the additional distance it I. ",,,,ODS ;I may be from their homes. We Fall Classes . hope all our old frienas will ,. m?ke good use of the new Cen~ Begin Sept. 2nd tra1" -

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School of Dance

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Circulation: Ad u It -115.803;., Juvenile-':'78.374; Total-194,177. 1950-51 1951-52 P 11 amp 1 ets 2.536 2,677 Records 3,954 3;803 Pictures 815 851 Films 274 330 Tools 192 540 Total items circulated for year , 202,378 Total items circulated previous year 198,070

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Mid~hipman third' 'class {Continued from Page 15 '... .,.. . , . the'ir rlew sChciol:. it. ~as pointed 'nelius P. Brogan, son of Mr. aI).d ' 'M' . "", f' 2"8'5 .'ouL" rs. Cornelius it Brogan 0 '.. . .. . '.' ., . ..... Pointe " '. . .H..ours.."S ..am.'e Merriweather road .Grosse ' ....

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and close fifteen minutes earlier ~han last year ..Ne\v, hours sta~ at! t: I .B:4,? a.m ....of . Grosse Pointe Guests were invited to a recepboule\'arCl and the bridegroom tion at the Country Club at which d M the O'Learys were hosts followis the son of Mr. an rs. ing the church ceremony. Charle~ L. Palms, Jr., of Lake The bridal party had breakfast Shore road. at a table on the club's terrace. A short lengi.n wedding gown When the young Palms left on of Chantilly lace and tulle was their wedding trip to Bermuda, worn,by the brunet bride whose the bi-ide changed to a light gray hair was tucked into a tiny lace suit trimmed in black velvet. A cloche which held her waist ' small black velvet hat repeated length,. veil of imported silk il- the note, .lusion. They will make their home on Sue carrie a a small, round Loraine avenue upon their ret~rn bouquet of orchids and stePhanO-j from Bermuda. tis, The bridegroom is associated White organdy frocks embroid- with Burroughs Adding Machine ered in tiny red dots and small Co. white caps edged in red velvet were worn by the att\'lndants. All Mr. and Mrs, John D. lyles carried bouquets of red carna- R f G tions. eturn rom ermany Barbara O'Lear)' was her sister's ' " __ maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lyles The bridesmaids were Mary are now making ,their, home with Leverty of Bridgeport, Conn. and Mrs. Lyles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Reynolds of Chi- Mrs. Philip Skillman, of Fisher cago. . road. The Lyles have recently Charles L.' Palms III assisted returned from Germany. where his brother as best man and serv- they were married last June. ing as ushers were another broA 'round-the-clock shower had ther, George Palms; George Hen- been given for them by proxy drie, Sherman J. Fitzsimons III while still in Germany ',:,y Mrs. and Roger Hull. -Vincent Adams and Mrs. WilMrs. O'Leary wore a small liam Tyl1, and several partie~ cocoa felt hat trimmed in scroll have been given in their honor braiding with her two piece cocoa since their return 'to the Pointe. linen suit. They now intend to make their , Mrs. Palms chose for her son's home here. I

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the quiet, refined atmosphere of this salo~. loc~ted on the "HILL". with a direct entronce from porking ore~ /It reM.

The 'llnt1'~Curl Cut" ••• em exclusive featm'e in ,out" salon

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Mrs. Frank E.' Standish wJl have'the exclusive. representation

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of this firm's 1951 line

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stages a triumphant

CHRISTM.AS

comeback for autumn '52. R'ayon or p.ure silk; for

in a special two ..Jay showing Tuesday, September two, Wednesday, September thlee

'in the' Grosse Pointe area

From 39.95

WELCOME

This year'lI showing of Chri!lt~al caras is th~'most ' distinctive in Gregory, Mayer and Thom'.S2

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WAGON

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of service. Included are many exclusive creations

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lIelection early, Call' Mn. St~ndigh and 'arrange to Me this impressive showing •••• TUxedo 1-9314.

address 'of newcomers !

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w. ~It NEWS readers to please phone us the name and

in limited quantities. You are urged to make 'your

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Mr. Ben Goldsmith

MA'C'KEY-STARR*

CAR.DS

sizes nir:teto forty~four.

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Lace from h cap 9f Mary J ac

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Mary's veil of :1 • illusion. Her a! wedding gown \' on princess lines satin forming a 1: : The gown had c. dral train and and pointed slee, itned in seed pe. Baby cala Iili marked the bride'! She is the daught~ Mrs. Reginald T,

Balfour road an: groom is the son ,]

F. Greer of Freml!l the late Mr. Gre.. Mrs. ,Carl Ed, Cleveland was her of honor in a gow nylon tulle over bouffant skirt \,'a and a wide sash Beauty crushed ~, the waistline. Tin~ mist. gray tull~ , chufch

and Mrs.

was completed by starched net to m: She tarried a shall. ket of American Lois .Ann Murpl ter of the bride: Lytle, Jeanne P" York City and Mr phy, all former de bride, attended he They were go" honor ~atron an ilar flowers. Margaret Lynr, niece of the br ,I flower girl in bou: Beauty taffet? anc frock. She carrie, of rosebuds. James A. Brar:, brother-in-law's '1 the bridesmen we: of Cleveland, K~ I Jan M. Smits'IV, ;klin. Dove gray chan chiffon was choser mother who wore l calot. Her flowers 1 pIe orchids.' . Mrs. Greer was imported crepe ,'I matching hat, ~\ sweetheart roses lilies. .

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hosts at a weddin:~ reception at GrOS~ Club following many. ' When the Gree' wedding trip ,to 0 bec and through t: insula. the bride costume suit of l silk shantung a< 'jasket in black.

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They say it's: the man with plenty of push who succeeds-a Myrtle Jean Harkness, daugh~ her role nile green net over ,little pull helps, too. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. taffeta and c;axrying an arm bou-i Harkness of Roslyn road, was quet of yellow roses. The same married last Saturday morning to David Louis Engibous at Ii rosebuds were worn in her hair. double ring ceremony in St. William Engibous was his Mary's Chapel, Ann Arbor. brother's best man. They, are Mr. and Mrs. Harkness enter- the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Char.les ~ tained at a breakfast and l'ecep- Engibous of Norway, Mich." The ~,. tion after the ceremony in the ushers included John Whitcomb .. -~& •• Barton Hills Country Club 'at and William .Johnson. Ann Arbor. Brown velvet accessories were worn with Mrs. Harkness' Imported hand run Alencon I d gown M W/ ehome Wagon Maintains a~ 1 ' t' d th b'd' hT of cocoa net and ace an rs. ac~ rImm~ e n e ~ w Ie Engibous was dressed in navy "welcoming Service" f 0 ,. satmw~ddmg gov:rn WhICh wa.s sheer gown with matching chanew comers to Grosse Pointe. worn WIth fingertIp length veIl • B h tta h d t 0 a peau. of SI'lk 1'11' USIon ace hid ot wore corsages of green It lIelson bebalf of local, civic pleated illusion juliet 'studded in or~e \ridal couple will live in ,minded merehants~ They recseed pearl,s.., Ann Arbor when they. return I 01J'tmend that you - ~ • , Myrtle carn7d whIte .stephan.o- from their Canadian honeymoon. tIS ce~tered WIth a. ~hIt€ orch~d. Mr. Harkness is a chemical en. ,Dons Harkness was her SISter's only attendant, wearing for (Continued on Page '7)

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Weds Paul leslie Greer in St. Ambrose Church; Reception at the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club, -----Lace from her mother's wedding gown formed the bridal cap Qf Mary Jacqueline Murphy when she became th~ bJ;ide of Paul Leslie Greer in St. Ambrose Church last Saturday at high noon. D- Mr' rc N1 S dwerc ha so bWlorn1 y kl'tn. s. eu er., w ue ace b" ose d 'th Dove gray chantilly lace and. gown ~as com me WI navy h'ff CIon was C h"osen oy th e b n'd'e S accessones M d' M S h' 1 t mother who \"o"e a matching lace' r. an rs. c Ie e en er~ . '.' tained wedding guests at a recalot. H~r flowers were deep pur- ception in their home after the pIe orchId..; ~. ..' . ceremony. Mrs. Greer was In aquaman"ne imported crepe and lace ~lth When the ::oung co;tple left matching hat. She wore pmk to motor East,. the. brIde wore "\veetheart roses and rub rum 'a navy blue SUlt WIth close fit'" ~ .' lilies I ting red hat and navy acceSSOrIes, and Mrs. Murphy wel'e The bridegroom is vice presi~ hosts at a wedding breakfast and dent of the Arrow Truck Parts , . reception at Grosse Pomte Yacht, Company. Cl b 11' h h hI' u . fa owmg t e, C .lITC cere, th G . 1 It f th' Many a fisherman finds out ~a ~ reel set ~r elr from the lowly mosquito that \bveddmdgtthTlP tOh tMhonGrea, Qpuene._1 the best stings in life are free. ec an roug e aspe insula, the bride changed to a I -----costume suit of charcoal toned I Little does it profit chancesilk shantung accented on the takers who attempt to save a . ket in black. She topped her minute and pay with their lives. Jas , .:.:.:.:

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Mr..and Mrs: ByronB. Phillips, and. ~rs. Frederick OUison,Jr.,' who have been Pointers for the both of Cloverly road.', past 12 years. move~ yesterday, A cocktail fete in one of the Wednesday. August 27, from club's private dining rooms start~, Cloverly road to Sands Point. ed the party, after which, the . Long Island, N. Y., where they group went to the main dir;li.l1g, will make their home. They are l.room for ~innerand da.ncing. orlginally from New York. Guests mcluded-Mr. and Mrs. Going with them were their William H. Denler" Mr. and Mrs. , .' Wendell K. Wheelock, Dr. and •~n, DICk, and daughter, Suzanne. Mrs. Ralph Lee Fisher, Mr. and DICk who ~raduated from D.U.S. Mrs. Howard B. Knaggs, Mr. and in June, will enter Trinity Col. Mrs. A. J. Meyer, andM.. and lege at Hartford, Conn. this fall. Mrs. Frank Forrester. . A f 11 d' Among a number of mlormal' arewe I~n.er party. for Ifestivities honoring Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. PhlIhp,s was gIven Phillips before their departure last ,~aturday. evenmg, at the was a supper given last Thursday, DetroIt AthletIc Club by Mr. and by Mr. and Mrs. DenIer in their Mrs. Walter D. Baldwin and Mr. Cloverly road 'home.

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Anniversary , Airman 'Second Class William Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Wa!. J. Harris, !l::ill ,oiMr. and"Mrs~'~ ner celebrated their thirtieth wed. I Robert E. Harris, of :'66' 'Stailton' ding ~nniv~rsary at a dinner lIane, Grosse Pointe Far~s, re. party In thf'lr home on McMillan cent~y arrived in the PhiI~ppines road Saturday evening, Augu~ to serve a tour o~ duty wIth the 23, U. S. Air Force. . . ,

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danger. of, their contractip.g the • illnesses. If, through some oversight, the child has not been immunized as an infant, the com" 'plete series of protective treatments should be given. recent contiibutions: Mr. and ' Mrs John Gul 'h M d M The Department makes the . eVlC, r. an r.s d t f th t':f Howard Wolff, ,Dr .. Chester Bo .... pro uc: s or e ,prev~n Ion 0 gan, FrankJ3rodell, Peter Bro- whoopmg,cough, ~Ip~herla, smalldell, Adolph Rossel, and Clemens ~ox aTnhdtetanuds Ints~ts labdo.ratt?brL Marin les, ese pro uc are IS n • . 1 • ~ '. -", uted, to your local health depart~ A£so.. HOIn .£ .u~l & Supply Co., me.nt and the phYSJ'cl'ans of the American Roofmg Co., Schev.ren state without charge so that no & Mok Lumber Co" of RoseVIlle, child need be' without this vital V Z & S F M' h an ~nen on, razeI', IC., protection. DetrOit Steel Products Co." GrosYour family physician will beck 'Lumber Co ., J . H '. Heber-. gIve the ImmulllzatIons. , " In many ling Co.t O. W. Burke Co., and communities preschool immuni. 'Darin &' Armstrong, Inc. zation and booster clinics are set • ' _~_____ ' . up through. the coo~eratlOn of the local medical SOCIety and the

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Many people in Wayne County ------who have been regularly emConstruction of the five-room , addl'tl'on to the Grosse POI'nte ployed in private households Woods . Community Club' has have now earned the right to gotten under,way during the old-age and survivors ,insu:r:ance, past three weeks,' Mervyn GasFrancis L. P,endergast, manager kin, chairman of the Building 'd . 1 ' :E'und, said that by week's end f th E t S o e as 1 e SOCIa security -the walls will have been comoffice advis~d. pleied, and the roof will have This msurance protection was bid b h d een comp ete y teen of made possible for' regular house- the following week. worker's, .l'egular fal'm Th ' . ho'ld , e expanslOn program 1S the ., , ' hands" self-employed individuals, result of a group of ClVIc-mmded and ~ome other groups by the people' w~o had. becom,~ c~ncerned WIth the mcreasmg m. 1950 amendments which extended adequacy of the present club social securi,ty coverage to them. facilities to meet the needs of ~his provision began operatthe fast-growing community. 'k' ing January 1, 1951, 'and properly During t~e pa5~ two years the inS reported ,wor) pro t ec t.Ion a g'ams t sma 1'1pox, d'Ip h - an ta h e 1m over It, pomtmg out wide basis . ' t ta d h . any azards. Present day proteccounCil th erIa, e nus an 'w oopmg t'" . . h b f t k' g h' 1 e' Ion agamst. the commumcable CthOUgh elore a cml IS p ~Ct.ln diseases makes accidents the America is a big country, but, e sc 00 room. ose aSSOCla!On " 'al .th' h'ld ' h 1 greatest threat to the lives of not bIg enough to tolerate raCl WI many' C 1 ren In sc 00 }1 '. ' . room~ alid on the playgrounds sc \00 -age youngst.ers. or religIOUS mtolerance. greatly increase the chances of " a ••• exposure to communicable dis- : eases. • The "Department r,eminds parentsthat the immunizations their children received as infants may WE- HAVE THE FINEST E9UIPMENT FOR THOSE WHO have "worn off" by the time they are. ready to enter school and "boosters" are n'ecessary to as-' •• sure" continued protection. Those who had their shots as r infants require only a single Including KODIAK, GRIZZLY, POLAR and CUB BOWS • booster to raise their level of pro• • • and ASP, BEA~, INDIAN and AMERICAN ARROV\!S! tection to where there is no

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Ten-year-old JIMMY MATHEWSON, of 230 Lakeland avenue, proudly shows his sister MARILYN the huge,'20~ pound carp he caught in Lake St. Clair at the foot of Lakeland Tuesday, August 18. Jimmy, a Maier School student, said he goes fishing every day, but giants like this are few and far between.

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