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DETROIT SUNDAY TIMES C
Page 12 D«r» I. CeJotcx ROCK WOOL INSULATION Blown Into Walls and Ceiling* Cclotex Rock NX (xrl keeps vou uirmer in VXintet time and cooler in Sum mertime. Hudson's repre sentatives will he glad to call and make a survey to give an estimate with no obligation on your part. Ixtfudrd Payments mailable tHA Terms up ta !4 Months Payments Star/ Satember /. C~ nil CHarry S loo—Line Ass Troth Floor—Farmer Section C HUDSON’S i E pi w B m K z~EEEH^M* % H VENETIAN BLINDS METAL PUmbU Steel lle«tre-0«l* •eniiea Afemtf Rett Reked-en tnomil lienli. WOOO-lnp, n noted Conodien lot** wood, Eiimioot— Romttofcmg Dutfinp f/Telepkmmeyk I TYler 1 V7-fr«o7.Jf Custom Mad • AU IIZIS AU COIORS GUARANTEED DELIVERY PATH ■ \H\ BEAUT! I [TOR loun HOME! An opportunity •• tho many foaturat of itwrdily con»tru<tod GIOU VENETIAN WINDS, cut end Tailored to your own tpocificationt. SAVE THE INSTALLATION COSTI GLOBE # 8554 LINWOOD AVE. # Waiting for Q. 3. Joe! —HOME —and the girl he left behind! v* •' ' T -1 HERE'S magic in the word HOME—home with its little mystic circle, and joys never known beyond its hallowed limits. Home and old remembered pleasures; the love of proud parents and the affectionate embrace of that one-in-particular; these are »ne stuff a soldier's dreams are made of; these are his fond dreams of the future. But the dream he loves best is a candle-lit wedding ceremony with his bride in snowy array at ins side. And this happy event V 450 UcUdtftt :r> r I tit 1 j > Faithful Friends *’Praitf to that, my Lord, kith all Thy ' errnturen." —St. Francis Asuism. -June 17. 1945 By EVE JOLLY IAISPOSAL i.s ;s harsh word be tween losing master and ador ing pet. Yet, there comes a time in all association when parting is necessary. Selecting a home for a pvt whm you can no longer keep him in indeed difficult. All hi* manner isms. loved so by you, may not he seen by his new ma.s’ter. And nuvd heart-breaking, he would not understand if you said: "Majur. the mistress In to have another hahy. I must go to war. and we eannot keep you here, penned and unhappy, thinking you are pushed aside, neglected. “So we have deckled to send you to a new home ad we hujHV you will transfer your adoring look, and true loyalty to your new master and mist res." No. you cannot explain these things to a dog. You ran only te» 1 a heart wrench when you turn away iffter settling Major, his favorite hall and hone beside the remains of a sack of food in an other's car. You'll miss Major, hut tor days your greatest concern will be what he must think of you, his favorite, for sending him away Major, well tivated. will adjust to the change in time, but you. his for mer master, will never quite justify your action to yourself. 000 Another form of disposal is beautifully told in "Our Dumb Animals," for June, titled "Where to Bury a Dog" It answers a dirpet inquiry from a man who had to decide this sad question. By Ben Hur Lampman. from "How Could I Be Forgetting." it will give solace to many a dog lover having experienced the loss of his faith ful friend "We would say to the man lhat there are various plaees In which a dog may he hurled. We are thinking now of a setter, whose coat was flame In the sunshine, and who, so far as we are aware, never entertained a mean or an unworthy thought. "This setter is buried beneath a cherry tree, under four feet of garden loam, and at its proper season, the cheery strews petals on the greeh lawn of his grave. Beneath n cherry tree, or an apple, or any flowering shrub of the garden. Is an excellent place to bury a good dog. "Beneath such trees, such shrubs, he slept in the drowsy summer, or gnawed at a tlavor our hone, or lifted head to chal lenge some strange Intruder. These are good places, in life or in death. A • * UVKT it is a small matter and * it touches sentiment more than anything else. For if the dog he well remembered, if sometimes he leaps through your dreams actual as in life, eyes kindling, questing, asking, laugh ing. hogging, it matters not at all where that dog sleeps at long and at last. "On a hill where the wind is mi rebuked, and the trees are roaring, or beside a stream he knew' in puppyhood, or some where in the flatness of a pas ture land, where most exhilarat ing cattle graze. It is all one to the dog, and all one so you, and nothing is gained, and nothing lost—if memory lives. But there js one best place to bury a dog. One place that is best of all. "If you bury him In this spot, is mirrored now foi future realization in her genuine Orange Blossom dia mond engagement ring the radiant reminder of their sacred trust. oiMtNS h nn u > u.j. Jtuilrr tl You Don't Knou Diamond*" SQUARE DEAL JEWELER (.RAM) RIVE* (.RAND RIVER ** f imn Squ»r» ai Oikmin Hi Km* t ulßv » •jk' .... Adm. Sir Kdward Evans, London regional commis sioner, awarding th e Dickin Medal for (iallantry to Irma, an Alsatian. The medal is given to service mascots, guard dogs and other animals for feats of gallantry and endurance. the secret of which you must already have, he will come to you when you call—come to you over the grim, diin frontiers of death, and down the well remembered path, and to your side again. “And though you call a dozen living dogs to heel, they shall not growl at him. nor resent his coming, for he is yours and he belongs there. People may scoff at you, who see no lightest Made of grass bent by his foot fall, who hear no whimper pitched too fine for mere audi tion, people who may never really have bad a dog. "Smile at them then, for you shall know something that is hidden from them, and which Is well-worth the knowing. The one best place to bury a good dog is In the heart of his master.” 800,000 More Tires WASHINGTON, June 16 (UP) —Eight hundred thousand more passenger and motorcycle tires will be produced in the July-Sep tember quarter than were pro duced in the second quarter of 1945, WPB has announced. Jk Ok @IJ/ m j Ptioto by Court*ay IlluAitaWd London N*wa SAVE YOUR HAIR «xjJflf tBK, .nIP' BRUCE W. McLEAN T richologiat SEPARATE DEPARTMEHTS FOR MEH AHD \AOMEH OL HOWARD SYSTEM JU SUITE 604-606 GRISWOLD BLO6. 1214 GRISWOLD NEXT TO DETROIT BANK Open Daily II A. M. to 8:30 P. M.—Saturday II A. M. to 5 P. M. 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Friel. candidate tor mayor in the fall election, de clared Saturday that Mayor Jef fries "will try to put on others the blame for his own delays and mistakes.” •*He will talk about a post war program, trying to make it v) big and appealing to so many that people will forget his inability to get things done,** the former county auditor as serted. Citing the much discussed De troit airport problem, Friel charged that Jeffries tried "to pass the buck to the council." BLAMES JEFFRIES Friel blamed Detroit's lack of adequate airport facilities on Jef fries who he said, "ignored the ex|x>rts’ selection three years ago. Addressing the mayor person ally. the former county official declalred: "By now it is obvious, e\en to you. that further resistance to the e\|»erts it* useless, and, with an election Just ahead, such resistance is costly to you. So, you decide to throw away j your own recommendation along with *236.000 of the tax payers' money—and get hack - three years." FAIL! RES ( IIARGEO Friel charged that the mayor’s, program has been riddled with, failures, "failure to plan for De- j troit’s future, failure to follow; through, failure to get things done." Expecting a show of activity from the mayor because "of the election." Friel said, "the alleys were cleaned the day of filing for the campaign, and now there's a sudden interest in buying street ears and buses. Through BETTER CARE Through ten >ejr\ of experience on aver 70.000 1 iO'fc ARL) b Hat expert, Mr. bru*.< MvLean, KNO'k » how to A-Lpt the newest diteoverie* of Modern Science, our excluMve patent protected improvement, and the be*t of pi*t methods to your individual case to give you the World's lini't S. Treatment, Thu expcrienied expert invite I you to bring your hair problt <nt to him personally and at no obh* gat ion on \nur part, free advtre and * oniultation are i trictly confidential. Randolph 2184 18 Reported Dead In Crack Train Wreck MILTON, Pa., June 16 (UP) The number of dead was placed at 18 today in the crash of the Pennsylvania railroad’s crack Do minion Express into a derailed section of a freight train, one mile south of here yesterday. CAN WATER HELP IN RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS? Yes . . . the kind that tends to neutralize uric acidity. Why not try this natural aid? MOUNTAIN VAIIEY /nm HOT SPRINGS. ARK MINERAL WATER PHONE FOR A CASE RANDOLPH 1022 01TR0IT OFFICE 512 w|JT JIMIASOm AT THE RELIABLE • MONDAY! t. ' M HJoUfc Choice/ P OPEN 7 MONDAT # - A BONDS p THIS WEEK *29 Loads of room. Lovely white enamel. Double door cabinet. Use your credit! ‘iloux Chotf^/ Jk/i Ck \r your CREDIT! L I'.''' I 'j J *"' * *49 Beautiful fireplace for your living room. Very stylish and up-to-date. Fixtures extra. Pay only $lO down. 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