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A,<\ ,Jlt v s a v~' •' ,!>' ,~1 (V“‘ Co”'' ' . vV f t 3 "'. y* , x u" ( yW‘ Of* ’ t v \.o' r ~ . »\ jv t^y OT JO- 'O 0 V\o>"‘ < T> V ' v 3 iV*' .M' i S c ' ,u , , t V“' 4 t A“' l> >\o”' V The Great Lakes Mutual Life Insurance Company 8401 Woodward Avenue Detroit 12, Mich. Few people realize what steel pipewaya do for comfort and con venience. They keep the wheels of industry spinning. They help provide transportation and other essential services that have transformed city life, ended farmers' isolation, removed re gional barriers. Arteries of steel pipe collect and deliver important commodities quickly and cheaply to every corner of the nation. Typical are the gathering lines of the oil country. These 2,3 and 4-inch lines not only deliver crude oil from the wells to central de pots, they bring oil power and lubricants to our railroads, fac tories, homes and automobiles. The oil industry, only an in fant of three years in 1862, after trying other methods, learned that ateel pipe was an inexpen- Rev. Metcalf (Continued from Paqe 1) months, and Arnei Ilay, four months, Mrs. Armstrong’s grand children. The fire started at «:06 a m. at the rear of the building, burning away two exterior stairways, anil into the rear apartments. Mrs. Armstrong and her five children occupied a second floor apartment. Juanita Washington and her parents lived in the other second floor rear apartment. Persons attending the “Sympa thy Program” contributed to a fund for the Armstrongs. Some gave the Armstrongs household items. Among those attending were: Mrs. Tabb, James Valentine, Rev. .Manufacturer* of Po«or'» «orfloi»ot. ’TI>o l»r wiH. tho Star* give answer to its transporting problems. The first installations were as gathering lines between wells and a storage point. The first such line, near Colonel Drake’s Old Faithful well, was a two-inch trunk which delivered 800 barrels a day to the nearest railroad. Today, reports sent to the Com mittee of Steel Pipe Producers, show that the oil industry has in service literally hundreds of thousands of miles of steel pipe in gathering lines, tank farms, and gasoline and home fuel serv ice centers. It’s a real achieve ment in social progress the pipeways that keep America roll- I j n g made possible by oil and | its inseparable companion, steel pipe. L Graham, Anne Mac. Booker, S. C. Collins, Laura Pitman, Mrs. Copeland, Albert Washington, J. Smith, M. Hamilton. Van Burris, Louise Ran dolph. Betty Lee. P. Avery, Hat tic Johnson, Unise Smith, Elenora Anderson, Harvey Byers, Alfhon so Dublin, Elizabeth Hayes, J. M. Miller, Willie Colhoers, Bessie Mimi ficld, Anne White. Rev. It. P. Moore, Elder Z. Crawford, Eunice Smith, L. Hall, Willie Price, O. VV. West. Carrie Pettway, Alberta Wright, Miss Lincoln, and Mrs. Mims. Samuel Brown. Cecil Midin, James Pruitt, Mrs. Truith, Gentle Baker, Rev. C. Reynold, Mr. and Mrs. Claude niacklnirn. Ozcll Hall, Auto Accident Takes Life River Rouge, Michigan A tragic auto i.ceidcnt took the life of a 29-year-old Visger Rd. businessman early Saturday eve ning. Nathaniel Woods, 29, of 4171 18th St., Ecorsc, was killed in stantly when his ear was rammed by a speeding auto at the Uea triec-Visger intersection. The driver of the speeding au to, Arthur Cottic, 42, of 1600 Licbold, Detroit, was critically injured in the crash. His condi tion was listed “satisfactory” Sunday. Police said Lottie was travel ing south on Beatrice at speeds up to 80 and 100 miles an hour. He ran the stop sign at Visger and crashed into Woods, who was preparing to make a left-turn onto Beatrice. Both cars were de molished. Police said Lottie had been ticketed earlier in the day for City Fathers To Rescue - River Rouge, Michigan As soon as i>ur city officials road the article published in this paper last week concerning the financial plight of the Ecorsc Girls’ Softball Team, action be gan to take place. We arc happy to announce that the “City of Ecorsc” will sponsor the trip to Cincinnati. Ohio and the world’s Slo-Pitch Tourna ment. Coach Jim Bibbs informs us that Recreation Director John Ghindia and all of the City offici als were very proud of the girls’ accomplishments and wish to express their whole hearted bless ings and support. FREE! FREE! FREE! Aluminum Storm Door To Each Customer w. W rrk With YOU As Y°" Will S~o Oi M-m Repairs and Things YOU NEFO • FHA TERMS 5 YEARS TO PAY NOTHING DOWN Stono Fronts, Garages, Fences, Siding, Gutters, Plumbing, Cement Work, Room Addi tions, Heating, Electrical Roofing Anything in Home Modernizing City Violations Corrected—No Job Too Large Or Too Small” Oeef ‘Direct (YOU SAVE I) GREAT LAKES LUMBER Cos. UN. 3 4399 ON. 3-43*9 Cell Now For Free Estimates speeding and was being pursued .1 second time w»un the accident occurred. Woods is survived by his wife, Lorita. and her two small chil dren. Owner of the J & S Record Shop, at 234 Visger. he was com monly known as "Skect” to his many customers and triends. A big, jolly, easy going man, Woods was one of the best liked persons in the community. A close business associate described him simply: “He was the best man in the world.” PROTESTS JIM CROW SCHOOL IN PENN. TWIN OAKS, Pa. The NA ACP launched a boycott of the Thaddeus Stevens elementary school here this week that is 90 ! per cent effective. Led by the Association, Negro parents are protesting the racial I imbulancc of the schol which is I confined to Negro students and i teachers. Join The NAACP Today NORTHERN MICHIGAN REAL ESTATE Courteous end alert Service on .. . LAKE AND RIVER PROPERTIES, PRI VATE LAKES, LOTS, SUMMER HOMES, SKI AREA SITES, CLUB PROPERTIES, LARGE TRACTS, LANDS FOR SUB-DIVI SION - MOTELS, ETC. Write for information today. All quality pruperties. Is there some specific kind of real estate that you are in terested in? Let me hear from you. Fred T. Roussin, Real Estate 217 E. MASON ST., CADILLAC, MICH. Walter A. Newman Realty 2217 DAVISON E. Dial 868-8359 INCOME TAX SERVICE, BIRTH CERTIFICATES. 3 lots, Size 20x150, In Wayne, sllsO. 1 lot. Size 36x109, Near Edsel Ford Parkview, 5-5-Bas.. $8.000.. SIOO Dn. Pennsylvania, 5-5-Bas., $8,150., SIOO. Dn. Marston. 8-8-Bas.. $11.000.. SIOO. Dn. Fairview, 8 rms. Bas.. $6.000.. SIOO. Dn. McDougall, 8 rms, $7,000., SIOO Dn. OPEN SUNDAY AND WEEK-DAYS. CALL—MM3S9 • -*■ B-’- f . MiWv ilV' % vC»Jr jiiv 7 x BV v Vfe \ Mk BKy *• *sfc - m vo^,. ; Bg|| \" ■ bW@I V iitii'ii'" 'i i'i ' ill' i'' MMMMM ~\.w "■ ■ Cvier Met%politan Church. 1510 12 W. Grand Blvd., sponsored their Annual Tea. Sunday, Sept. 9th 4 6 p.m. Pictured are Beatrix Varner, Co chairman; Kev. John M. Exum. Minister; Lucille Dr. G. M. Lenox Is Guest Speaker At Peoples Bapt. Sunday morning at People Community Church during tin broadcast over radio station WC HR the pastor, the Rev. CarlyU i-’. Stewart relinquished hi> pulpi to Dr. G. Merrill Lenox. Excel, live Director Council of Church*- Dr. Lenox spoke on “Reflec tiou on .New Delhi " In his mes sage he told who Christians throughout the world worked foi A'orld Brotherhood, during th*. recent World Council of Churches looting in New Delhi, India. He said more than 52 000 per sons arc fed daily in the bread .me in Hong Kong, under the uiispices of the Church World Service. In his closing remarks. Dr. Lon ox reminded his congregation and iadio audience that Jesus Ch isl is the light ol the World. “The world will be a bettei place to live because of the work of the World Council ol Churches,” declared Dr. Lenox, "and as Christians, we should let our lights shine.'’ Prior to the sermon, four year old Tina Diew rendered "llow Great Thou Art.” The Chancel Choir furnished the songs under the direction of James Frazier. GOVERNOR ENTERS FREEDOM HIGHWAYS CONTROVERSY RALEIGH, N. C. James Far mer, CORE National Director, and Negro leaders from four North Carolina cities conferred with Gov. Terry Sanford here on racial problems in this state. Os purlieu lar interest during the talks was CORE’S "Freedom Highways” pro gram. designed to open facilities to Negroes in major chain res tuurants on federal highways. Strickland. Gen. chairman; Willie Warren. ( chairman. Not pictured are Bernice Martin ad Buford St. Clair, Co-chairman. —Williams I’hoto A&T Grad Featured In Readers Digest GREENSBORO, N. C. A graduate of A&T College, whose c«»l lege career covered 23-sumroers, is the subject of a feature i the September issue of HEADERS DIGEST. The life of Oddic Cox. deceased and former principal of tl* Ashe County School, located deep in the Blue Ridge Mountain of North Carolina, is described in the magazine’s regular feu lure, “The Most Unforgettable Character I’ve Met.” Writer of the feature. Sain Shumate, white, a rising senior at Appalachian State Teachers College, Boone, N. C., grtcful for the influence which the late Mr. Cox had on his liio. ami otlui . both white and colored, describes hnn as, "one of the bigge i and wisest persons I've known ’ CLASSIFIED ADS iLGKn or. W OUDVVAiiD 2 r ial, mice Bedroom duck, Sine ui'tvc, i \vu car Garage. Inc r eaiurea in Lower, vv. clung loll— IY. O-Otoo. Gi or * ini. fTjrffc FOR RENT: wiuCiiLE SIOaE, 2 Lavatories, ideal mr Small Churcn, Mnk Depot, Barber Shop, etc. Apart ments Available above. W ill Repair. Will have parking. Telephone ORleans 6 2247. FOR KENT 5 room flat. Newly Decorated. Reasonable rent. Open Sunday i to 5. '2529 Elmhurst. N. Y. LIVE • IN MAIDS luu need a lrioiid in N. Y. Lei ..ir. liuioid ot tne Mallory Agen cy he your trieiid. lie GUAibiN i you a live-in joo in a good dome, paying Sdo to sbu a week, irt-c room, meals, T. V. lie ad vances bus tickets and expenses .o a. Y. bE.viJ REFERENCES to Mr. Haroiu, Ihe Mallory Agency, Dept ISO, S/6 Merrick Road, Lynbrook, N. Y. HELP WAN i tD Nationwide insurance Company nas an opening in Coiumuus, ,>nio. lor an experienced t ire Jnuei writer. I’rder applicants with minimum oi two yc«r* un uci wining experience in lire and allied lines. This job is ol a iearnical and professional nature involving me acceptance, puemg and rtunhon of lire insurance risks. I his is an excellent op portunity for growth and devel opment with a progressive insur ance organization. Salary com mensurate with past work ex perience and above industry av erage. Age 25 • 35. A.15. or BS. degree in Business Administra tion rcquirid. Will substitute 2 years experience for 2 years of college. Send resume including background of previous work ox pcricnce to F. K GILL. Person nell Manager, Box. 2019, Colum »us. Ohio. )i:\TAL TECHNICIAN. Neat ap pearing woman, good education, sales ability. Write Box 00, Detroit Tribune. FLAT FOR SALE Knodell 0721. Two tamdy flat, 6 rooms. 512.000 cash. SI i-618l FURNITURE FOR SALE Leaving City. All household furniture for sale. Dining room set, carpeting, bedroom and miscellaneous. TO. 8-9578 iUSINEai OPPORTUNITY EXPORT YOUR PRODUCTS TO AIcST AFRICA Heady made wears and textile tnes, wheat flour, caustic soda, ee. electric fans and apparatus, •ramie and aluminum wares, to nito paste, sardines, olive and vKllivor oil Bp, wrist watches and locks, musical instruments, norl and cement, motor batteries, ma togany plywood cameras, hot t r bottles, vacuum flasks, hnes and leathergoods, sewing ind typewriting machines, cotton, '»'d, provisions, spoons and ent ries. lion Powder, carpets and •o Vnf-nee. AH inquiries by admail direct to;-- Mercantile Trust A (’redit *’\chan >e. P. O. Box 60, Ijebu— •''bn Nigeria t FLAT IIANOVKR A Step off West (irand Hlvd. See This Beauty. Priced To Sell. W KII meten TY. 5 6435 (Jl or Fit V Watch Out for Kids DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1962 C. WATSON REALTY TY. 7-9501 For Sale House for sale. 13546 North lawn. Beautifully landscaped 2 bed room brick bungalow with exrension attic, bide drive, ga rage, gas heat. Close to trans pitation. Open Sjnday 2 to 5. no agents. WE. 3-2426. emRENLAWN near S C 11 O O L • CivAF T lncome property, excellent condition, extra lcnc* ed lot. Garage, beautitul recit ation Fount. Wul sell with • small down payment to respon sible party. Deal directly with owner. Call Gli 6-0115 b>r appointment. «x> Acres witn 12 acres private lakes and 3 cottages. Excellent fishing and hunting. Near Som erset Center. Contact Oliver Marzolf, 2635 Geneva Highway, Mamtou Beach, Michigan. IVANHOE Gas Heat, Lar o Kitcncn With Breakfast N0t,.,, Lavatory On First Floor, One Beuroom Down, Three Ben* rooms Up, With Tile Bath, And Shower, Basement. Floor filed. W. Ellington iY. soioj. til or FliA 10 ROOM BRICK, corner John H -Massachusetts, Highland Fai 1,, SI/.000 —terms, TEniple 14617 —TOwnsend 8 6634 HOUSE FOR SALE: EIGHT ROOMS—Close to Jefl r son. Low Down Payment. Good Condition. Call VA. 1 9564 HOUSES FOR SALE: INKSTER, 2092 1 Notre Dan \ 4 Room House, ncwiy decorat ed. Appruximatcly • g acre surroundings. Make own oil r. Call evenings. Logan 5 2 and. FLATS FOR RENT PETOSKEY, 9025. Lower, $ ; Upper $55. Reconditioned lii.u new ,gas furnaces. Open Sun day. WE. 10350. FOR SALE Sheridan 5533 All Brick 5 5. Gas heat, carpeting, fire plai mirrors, near school, beautiful home. $75 00 a month pay ment. Price reasonable. $11,500 Call WA 2 2777. FOR SALE Caddy. Coupe DeVille, 1957 like new. Florida car KE. 2 7054 Justness Opportunity: SiO.,e. busy Downtown Area. Gross volume s2oon<-J per year. (No Liquor) Open ...1 night. Wondcifui opportun. y for right party. Owner It other interest. B. & R. Ding Cos. 3>ol Woodward. Giand ttlvd. Near Grand River: 11 room house, excellent condi tion. Ample parking, suiluoie for professional, insurance, rv I estate. Dr., Clinic, Convalescent home, etc. Reasonable. Ca I owner. lU. 6 0622 or TR 4 05.0. DOCTOR'S OFFICE ASSISTANT COURSE Typing, Filing Receptionist Work. WOodward 1-9085 3