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   Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan                               PAGE FOURTEEN THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 9 Juniors Are Playing On West Ottawa Team West Ottawa's basketball t- 2 P..ul Busschcr while S'll" team opens Holland a KM hifih Dave Farabcc is playing for- school action Tuesday when the Panthers travel to Paw Paw for the season's opener Coached b> Jack Ronliam. who is in his second the ward e Piersma. 6" senior, who on the reserve team two ago is the other forward on the club Editor Asks For Records CHARLEVOIX (UPI) The new editor of the Charlevoix Courier Thursday accused Char- levoix County Clerk Fenton R. Bulow of denying the weekly newspaper access to public rec- ords. Panthers have two juniors have been moved up from the reserve squad along with a senior on the resene team two and a junior transfer student The Panthers held a scrim- mage against Grand Rapids Lee Thursday and from the drill Bonham'was able to select three of his starters Boniium reports that Panthers ...u e several short guards this >ear but lack height He hopes j ner Glen Sheppard. who joined DOI1IIUII1 H.-JJUI is (.1101 --ri K'tuimng sevcral short ds this the paper Oct. 1, carried a ban- lettermen back thus ear higm headline in the Courier e U t. IV I [0 ue Vjsser as a center in the j charging Bulow violated tradi- Uonal {reedom Of the press by denying the public's right to in- Pantheis style of play. "Since we have a lot of jun lors we're going to have to formation. learn in the Bonham j said, "and we have a tough' schedule The Panthers are defending Bulow denied the charge, say- ing, "There hasn't been any- thing kept from the papers at any time." He said the incident Hold Funeral Services For O'Meara Child GRAND HAVEN Private graveside services were held in Babyland, Lake Forest Ceme- tery this afternoon for Joseph Mrs. Winifred Botbyl Dies in Grand Haven GRAND HAVEN-Mrs. Wini- fred Botbyl, of 520 Slay ton St., who would have been 72 years leiy cuieiiiwu ivi ouocpu O'Meara, son of Mr. and Mrs. Iold today. died in Grand Haven Donald O'Meara, Grand Haven, j Municipal Hospital Thursday af- who died about two hours after j ter a long illness. birth in Mercy Hospital Muske- gon Thursday night. Survivors are the parents, brothers and sisters Joyce, Katherine, Donald Jr. and Jam- ie; the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Meara, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ferguson all of Chicago. Funeral arrangements were by the Kinkema-Bartels funeral home. r-n" won me crown wuu an Bruce Johns. 5 11 who The home er wm played guard last season u ill 3 HudsonviUe start at either a forward 01 a riocc R eta to Grand Valley champions and involved records that Bulow won the crown with an all-start- wanted to check out with a start at either guard spot Junior Bruce V an Huis. 6'4 and up from the re- serves, will be the starting cen- ter. He is the tallest man on the team. Dave Vizithum. 5 9 junior up from the reserves, will stait at one guard Christian. Class B state runnerup last season. Benton Harbor Back Named on All-State Team DETROIT Benton Harbor's Mitch Pruiett today was named judge before releasing them. Sheppard appealed to Circuit Judge Charles L. Brown of Tra- verse City. Brown reportedly I Several persons appeared in Court Cases Processed told the editor he would inform Bulow in a letter that all files and court records must be made available to the newspapers. The editor moved here from Belleville, where he had been one euara MUCH rruiett loaav was namea The other two spots are un- a halfback on the" Class A all-, employed by Associated News- decided Bonham has 6'l" se- state prep football team select- papers. nior letterman Clare Vanden Bosch at work as a forwaid Junior guards on the team are 5'8" Jack Den Inl. 5'9" Terry Mever. 5'9" Dennis Webb, a ed by a news service and an- nounced toda> Homrninga of Grand Rapids Godwin was selected at tackle and Roger (Rocky) Roz- Pesky Pigeons Plague Niles transfer from Allegan and 5'10" ema of Grand Rapids Central Craig Van Juniors work- was named fullback Jim Wern-, mg at center and forward in- strom of Grand Haven was nam- NILES group of lo- clude 5'li" Arun Visser and ecj seconcj team center and end i cal businessmen offered Thurs- Bill Grimes received honorable I day to foot more than half the bill for ridding downtown Niles "MECHANICAL ENGINEER" Established machinery manu'acfur- er in Micniaan has an opportunity in thei- product er- mention Other first team selections of those pesky pigeons. in rrei" JJIVJULJI.I ei ,y for a checker Flint Central and Ken Dyer of and Broad mechanical Ann Arbor, tackle Paul John- son, Ba> Central, guards were ends Mel Summers of Mayor Mowitt S. Drew said design exoe' ncce-oary some electrical ana Hydraulics re- quired GDcd starting sola'v with frmac Our know c' t- cjcn na Send a complete resume Holland Evening Sentinel he thought the City Council would accept the group's offer to pay S900 of the estimated OUll T VI W J ww v-- Dick Kalamazoo Cen- j expense of eliminating the tral and Gord Cramer, East na Dcna a Laniin8- center Joe Dayton. 46 c c Detroit Cooley. quarterback Ti- nv Laster. Flint Central and New Store Hours: Q A.M. to Q P.M. Tuesday thru Saturday New Used Furniture VAN HILL SALES PAVILION Between Holland-Zealand halfback Sexton. Bill Ross, Lansing birds Municipal Court the last few days on various charges. Billy Corel Stephenson, 17, of 304 West 15th St., was acquitted at a non-jurv trial of a charge of aiding and abetting in simple larceny. He had pleaded not guilty Oct. 26 to the charge which involved zinc pellets tak- en from Crapton Manufacturing Co. Condon Goslin, 19, of 140 East 12th St., paid fine and costs of on a disorderly drunk charge. Harold W. Short, 22, of 166 East Seventh St., paid fine and costs of on a careless driving charge. Others appearing were Wil- liam J. Meengs, of 148 East 24th St., right of way, Myra Sue Grotenhuis, of 365 East 40th St., red light, David Lee Houtman, of 656 Michigan Ave., speeding, 111., and served as a telephone operator in Toledo, Ohio, and Cadillac before coming to Grand Haven 50 years ago. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. E.B. Ninness with whom she made her home in Grand Haven; a brother, Forrest Am- bler of Lansing, two grand- children and two great grand- children. Her husband, Rene Botbyl, died March 10, 1959. Funeral services will be held at p.m. Saturday from Kammeraad Funeral Home with the Rev. Albert G. Parker III of First Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in Lake Forest cemetery. Former Pullman Resident Succumbs in California NAPA, Calif. Claude E. Miller, 81, of Napa, Calif, .for- merly of Pullman died at his home Wednesday evening. He is survived by his wife, Grace; two sons, Carlton Miller of Benton Harbor and Lloyd of Kalamazoo; one daughter, Mrs. Albert Engel of Douglas; seven grandchildren; 18 great grand- children and two great great grandchildren. The body will arrive in Fenn- ville Monday evening and grave- side services will be held Tues- day at a.m. in the Lee Cemetery near Pullman. Ar- rangements were made by the Chappell Funeral Home in Fennville. City health officer James Bur- Amanda J. Oosting of 264 East Ninth St., right of way, 750 Tickets Available EAST LAX SING--A total of 750 tickets are available today for the Michigan Slate-Illinois football game Saturday At 9 a m 250 regular general sales rows said the merchants would make door-to-door solicitations and a half dozen churches will be asked to contribute. The City Council will act Monday night on the S750 allocation The Rev. John P. MacLach- lan, Presbyterian pastor repre- senting the churches, frowned on a proposal by businessman Louis Hardel to line up about a ni i ai oaito f tickets were left and about 500 i 100 hunters for a pigeon shoot- student tickets, which students the cheapest way of doing away 1 weren't expected to pick up. St., right of way, Richard Lee Nienhuis, of 439 Washington Ave., stop sign, Andrew G. Vander Ploeg, of 259 West Main Ave., Zeeland, right of way, Donald A. Mitchell, of 216 Columbia Ave., stop sign, Jimmie D. Gunn, of 2436 Williams Ave., speeding, Carolyn A. Brower, route 2, Dorr, right of way, S7; Dale A Gemmen, of 134 West 31st St., red light, Gerald L. Safford, of 638 Butternut Berends, You're Invited To OPEN HOUSE i. with the birds speeding, Boyd E. Berends, The present project calls for i Q{ piasman Ave., speeding, spraying a chemical liquid on the pigeons' roosting places. Burrows said the poison would cause the birds to fly away 1009 So. Baywood FrL 6 to 8 p.m. Sot. 2 to 5 p.m. Serene living in beautiful Bavwoodlands Stop out and see this complete home built for the owner with many extras The owner is moving out of town, so see it while the owner is away Look in to the possibility of trading your present home For more information call EX 6-4433 anytime 453 Washington Avenue after it penetrated to their bo- dies. Ford Buys Lions DETROIT (UPI) William Clay Ford's offer to buy the Detroit Lions football club for million was given over- whelming approval today by 94 per cent of the stockholders, making Ford the sole owner of the club bv next Jan 10. Lewis Honored EAST LANSING Sherman Lewis, Michigan State half- back, was selected senior of the week by his classmates this week at MSU. He is a physi- cal education major and a member of Omega Psi Phi fra- ternity FUNERAL NOTICE DE WITTE Funeral services for Mr. Nicholas De Witte, age 83, of 470 West 22nd Street, will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Langeland Funeral Home with Dr. J. T. HopgStra officiating. Interment will be in East Drenthe Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet the fam- ily this evening from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. De Witte is survived by the wife, Lena; three sons, Bernard, and Ernest Vanden Berg, of Hol- land, and Henry Vanden Berg, of Palos Hills, IU.; one daugh- ter, Mrs. Marvin Etterbeek, of Holland; 8 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren; one brother, Lambert, of Drenthe; three sister-in-laws, Mrs. Sibil Ter Haar, of Drenthe, Mrs. Ruth Padding and Mrs. Maggie Ver Beek, both of Zeeland Following boxholders have mail: 15, 17, 22, 25, 38, 3'J, 40, 43, 45, 70, 72 FOB BENT HOUSES FOR RENT 1 bedroom fur- nished home. North side. month. References. Phone 335-8713. 120-122 FOR bedroom home. Central Park. month. Tel. 335-8757. 120-122 FOR bedroom rural home. Phone SK 1-2442. 120-121 FOR RENT Three bedroom house, central location. Oil heat, monthly. Russell Klaasen, Realtor. Phone EX 2-2331. 20 W. 8th St. 119-124 FOR bedroom house, 418 W. Lakewood Blvd. Phone EX 6-5958. 119-124 WANTED MALE HELP Man. To. pick up orders from established customers. Open new ac- counts. 21 to 45, married. per week plus expenses to start. Call Fuller Brush Co., GL 9-8462, collect or write 710 McKay Tower, Grand Rapids. 120-125 HELP FOR RENT Lake front one bedroom home at Port Sheldon Inquire 1826 Ottawa Beach Rd 119-121 FOR bedroom house, 254 West 25th. Tel. EX 2-9011. 119-120p FOR RENT Partially re- modeled fully insulated year around 3 bedroom cottage in Waukazoo woods, fireplace, new oiil furnace, electric range, refrigerator, month. Phone 335-5976. 118-121 Two Autos Collide Lorna J Weyschede, 17. of 24 West, Third St., was issued a ticket by Holland police today for failure to maintain an as- sured clear distance after the car she was driving collided at 10 15 a m at Pine Ave. and 14th St with a car driven by Laverne C Postma, 21, of Ham- ilton CARD OF THANKS VAN DYKE We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and deep appreciation to our rela- tives, neighbors, and friends for the many deeds of kindness and sympathy shown us in our re- cent bereavement the passing of our dear husband, father and son. Mr. Jacob Van Dyke. We especially wish to thank Rev. Henry Mouw for his comfort- ing ministry, Miss Hazel Ann Oelen and Mrs. Robert Ooster- baan for their message in music and song, those who sent the beautiful flowers, the ladies who assisted at the church, the gentlemen pallbearers, t h e nurses at Holland Hospital and Dr. J. B. Kearney for their considerate care, and all who remembered us in any other way. Mrs. Jacob Van Dyke Mrs. Simon Van Dyke Mr. Mrs. James Van Dyke Mrs. Shirley Bradford Mr. Mrs. Duane Kempkers Mr. Kurt Schonfeld 120 RAISE YOUR SIGHTS TO A USED CONTINENTAL You can become the owner of the finest automobile made in America, yet realize the full savings of today's used-car market with a late-model Lincoln Continental You can scarcely tell that it is not brand-new. The classic look has not changed. This car has been restored to prime condition in both appearance and performance And the price includes, as standard equipment, virtually every luxury and performance feature you can imagine, too. This could be your year to move up to a LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, MAYCROFT VERSENDAAL, INC. 124 East 8th St.' Holland, Mich. Burial Rites Scheduled Here for Robert Hopkins CLEVELAND Robert Hop- kins, 43, of Cleveland. Ohio, for- merly of Grand Rapids and Hol- land, died early Wednesday morning at Veterans' Hospital in Cleveland. Surviving are his wife, Betty; three brothers, Leroy of Chica- go, Russell and William, both of Holland. Funeral services were held this morning in Cleveland. The body will arrive in Hol- land Saturday morning at the Dykstra Funeral Chapel and graveside services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in Pilgrim Home Cemetery with Dr. Ber- nard Brunsting officiating. Heart Attack Fatal For Spring Lake Man GRAND HAVEN Ray P. Milliman, 70, of 405 Barber St Spring Lake, died of a heart attack Thursday afternoon in his home. He was born in Crete, 111., and moved to Grand Rapids in 1923 as special representative of sales for Standard Oil Co He moved to Spring Lake in 1938 serving as district distributor for Texaco Oil Co. He retired about seven years ago Surviving are the wife. Gene- vieve; a daughter, Mrs. Nelva Kemperman of Grand Rapids; two sons, Harold of Crozet, Va., and Ray G. of Lauderdale-by- the Sea, Fla.; three grandchil- dren and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday from Bar- bier Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Roy Marshall of Spring Lake Presbyterian Church offi- ciating. The body will be taken to White Chapel Memorial in Troy, Mich., for cremation. FOR RENT 2-3 bedroom newer type home in city Contact 54 W. 12th on Sat. 118-120 FOR RENT 3 bedroom home. Ceramic bath and carpeting. Tel. ED 5-3292. 118-120 FOR RENT Modern home across from Hope College Library, at 37 East 10th St. Gas heat. Adults preferred. Call Percy Osborne ED 5-5484 or EX 6-7056. 117-122 FOR 2 bedroom house. Partly furnished. Tel. ED 5-3176. 115-120p PET STOCK BIRDS, FISHES, ETC. FOR SALE 2 Chihuahua Terrier puppies, 9 weeks old. Phone SK 1-2731. 119-120 SPECIALIZING IN poodle clip- ping, trimming and grooming. For appointment call 396-8611. 117-120 FOR SALE POULTRY and LIVESTOCK FOR Holstein feeder steers, weigh 500-550 Harold Dannenberg, Z4 mile south of Overisel Town Hall. 120-121p FOR year old saddle horse, very gentle. Call EX 6-9792 after 6 p.m. 120-121 FOR yearling Angus feeders. May be seen any- time after 4 p.m. William Verduin, Zeeland. 120-122 SALESMEN IS MANAGEMENT OR PROPRIETORSHIP YOUR GOAL? There is a seiious shortage of competent Management Person- nel in the Automobile business today at both the retail and factory levels. An exclusive search is now being conducted to find young men capable of filling the many managerial positions that will be available in the very near future. It is the policy of most auto- mobile dealerships to develop their Managerial Personnel from the retail selling force. Most General Motors Dealers and General Motors wholesales managerial personnel are also graduates of this same retail selling force. Obviously the op- portunities are limitless for a man with the qualities for sue- cess. i We are now seeking a small group of young men to train as potentials for these managerial positions. The men selected will be subjected to a concen-1 trated sales program in thej dealership and those who dis- play a real aptitude toward sell- 1 ing will be sent to the General Motors Sales Training School. Since a liberal pay plan will be effective from the inception of the training program, the qualifications are not simple We want ambitious, aggressive young men who understand that success is the product of hard work and knowledge of one's profession. Honesty and integri- ty, with a presentable appear- ance and friendly personality are obsolute necessities. A col- lege education is desirable but not imperative. Some type of successful retail selling ex- perience (preferably not auto- mobile) is desirable but not mandatory. The dealership offering this opportunity is a GM dealer m the West Michigan area In- terested applicants should for- ward a full resume promptly. Those selected will be contact- ed for a personal interview Write Box 38, Care Sentinel 118-121 W ANTED- Young man, High School graduate. For whole- sale Sales establishment. Hour. Call EX 6-7538 from to p.m. 120, 122 WANTED-Man for supervision in mechanical work to work with men. Must have own too's, 5V2 days a week. State age, salary expected to Box 14 Care Sentinel. 119-121 WANTED FEMALE HELP sitters. 3 p.m.- 5 p.m. (5 days week) Own transportation. Tel. ED 5-5210. 120-123 or prac- tical nurse, part time, office for M.D. Write Box 88, care Sentinel giving all necessary information. 120-122 office posi- tion available for mature women, full time. Must be accurate typist, shorthand or dictaphone desirable, expe- rience necessary. Ottawa Placement Service. Licensed Employment Agency. 119-121 to help care for convalescent in Zeeland. Phone PR 2-6418. 119-121 WANTED Waitress, nights. Phone ED 5-8150 119-121 WANTED SITUATION and decor- ating, paperhanging. Phone Juke Prins, EX 6-6385 120-125 WANTED Plaster patching i jobs. Phone EX 6-4187 after 5 I p.ra___________________H9-124 cus- torn made furniture, free esti- mates Rotman Upholstering. Phone EX 6-7585. 119-124 upholstery. walls to clean Duraclean i Service Phone EX 6-8435 119-124 i ______--------------------.------------------------.----------------- haul black dirt, clay loam. Also complete landscaping Free estimates Call EX 6-6707 or EX 2-2854. Brower Brothers. 117-122 FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR upper apartment 3 rooms, bath Adults only Jenison Park Phone EX 4-8015 120-125p FOR RENT 6 room lower apartment stove and refrig- erator, close uptown. Phone EX 4-4089 120-125 FOR SALE Young white rock chickens for your Thanks- giving dinner. Tel. 396-3439 118-120p FOR dressed. Ideal for Thanksgiving. Tel. 396-4045 118-120 FOR SALE selected yearling hens; also 30 heavy pullets. Call PR 2-4557. 118-123 WANTED POULTRY and LIVESTOCK hens, poul- try, all kinds. Tel. Drenthe 1 MU-8-3421. Jerald Berens. 120-125 SOMERS We are deeply grateful to our relatives, neigh- bors, and friends for the many acts of kindness and expres- sions of sympathy shown us during the illness and at the passing of our beloved mother and grandmother, Mrs. Roy (Ena) Somers. We especially wish to thank Rev. Wm. Warner for his message of comfort, the pallbearers, those who sent the beautiful flowers and cards, the staff at the Parkview Conva- lescent Home, for their consid- erate care, and all who helped us in any other way. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Somers Mr. and Mrs. Emmett McFall Grandchildren 120 Edward F. Seaver, 77, Dies in Grand Rapids GRAND RAPIDS Edward F. Seaver, 77, of 37 Maplelawn SW, Wyoming, Mich., died Thursday evening at Blodgett Memorial Hospital in Grand Rapids. A former Holland resident, he moved to Grand Rapids in 1931 where he was employed as a boiler maker at General Mo- tors He was a member of the Burton Heights Church of Christ and a former elder in the church. He is survived by his wife, Gertrude B.; one son, James W. of Grand Haven; one daugh- ter-in-law, Mrs Jene A. Seaver of Grand Rapids: three grand- children; five great grandchil- dren and one sister, Mrs. Pearl Klinger of Kalamazoo Funeral services will be held Monday at 1.30 p.m. from the Zaagman Memorial Chapel, 1865 Eastern Ave., SE, Grand Rapids, with Lloyd E. Stinnett of the Burton Heights Church of Christ officiating. Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Gar- dens in Holland. WANTED Poultry, all kinds. For top prices call Lanning's Poultry, PR 2-6034. 120-125 and heavy fowl. Schaap Bros. Poultry. Phone EX 2-3105. 120-125 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE and ACCESSORIES CAR RUSTY? Repair with paste for auto, home and boat repairs. Main Auto Supply. 115-120 HEATING SERVICE China's Great Wall, built 22 centuries ago as a defense against invaders, remains a wonder of the world. Serpent- like, it winds across more than miles of northern China. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE DYKSTEA 29 E. 9th St. FUNERAL HOME GAS PERMIT Holders Don't buy any furnace or conversion burner until you see our com- plete line of economical heat- ing systems. Peerbolt's, 19 E. 6th St. Phone EX 2-9728. 118-123 GAS FURNACES and conver- sion burners are available at Peerbolt's, 19 E. 6th St. Tel. EX 2-9728. 117-122 Interferes With Traffic Herbert Zottke, 60, of route 1, Fennville, was issued a tick- et by Ottawa County sheriff deputies Thursday for interfer- ing with through traffic at How- ard Ave. and Douglas Ave. af- ter his car collided with a car driven by Sandra Slagh, 17, of 473 120th Ave. OBITUARIES BLAUWKAMP Gerrit Henry Blauwkamp, age 65, of 104 S. Jefferson St., Zeeland passed away at his home Wednesday morning. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Third Christian Reformed Church. Rev. A. W. Hoogstrate officiating. Burial in Zeeland Cemetery. Relatives will meet in Church basement at p.m Mr. Blauwkamp reposes at Yntema Funeral Home where relatives and friends may meet the family Friday 7-9 p.m. 120 WANTED Part or full time 10 men wanted who can work p.m. week days and 4 hours Saturday. S60 to S86 week to start Car and phone necessary. For interview write Box 22. Care Sentinel. 118-120 WANTED Positions now avai- lable on new car dealership for the following: Parts man- ager, lubrication and car cleanup. Send complete re- sume and salary expected to Box 40, Care Sentinel. 118-123 WANTED Station attendant Man 18 or over, neat aggre- sive, able to take charge. Prefer high school graduate or equivalent. No experience necessary. Some Sunday work required. Tel. EX 6-6291, be- tween 8 a.m. 4 p.m. 118-120 FOR 1 bedroom upper apartment. References. Phone EX 4-4026 120 FOR RENT Modern upper unfurnished 1 bedroom apart- ment Good location Phone EX 6-8213 119-121 FOR 2 bedroom duplex apartment. S70 month Phone EX 119-121 bedroom un- furnished upper apartment, heated. Phone EX 6-2283 after 5 p.m 119-121 WANTED Men to clean chicken coops. Apply in per- son. De Witt's Hatchery, Zee- land. Ask for Bill Taylor WANTED Laboratory techni- cians. We have openings in our expanding research labor- for 2 high school grad- uates who have a good know- ledge of math or chemistry. Please apply Holland Color and Chemical, 471 Howard. 119-121 FOR 5 room fur- nished apartment. Ottawa Beach Rd Phone 335-3378 119-124 FOR RENT Nice unfurnished I lower apartment, close in. j Phone EX 64924 119-124 I FOR kitchen- j ette apartment Phone EX 2-3497. 118-123 i FOR RENT-3 room upstairs apartment Phone EX 6-2295. j 117-122 FOR room furnished apartment. Adults Phone EX 2-3497. 117-122 FOR 2 bed- room lower apartment. Ga- rage. Phone EX 6-6376. 117-122 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTION WANTED Young man inter- ested in newspaper work. High school or college graduate. Must be able to type, spell. Knowledge of photography helpful. Write Box 70, Care Sentinel. 117-122 man to set up and operate planer; also experienced hand sanders and rubbers. Steady work, good pay with excellent fringe benefit program. Apply Baker Furniture, Inc., 24th and Co- lumbia. 117-122 drafts- men. Please call Vander Meiden and Koteles, Archi- tects, Grand Haven, for an interview. 117-121 man for part time service station work. See Mr. Feddick at Zephyr Station, 3rd and River. 119-121 AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINE SET-UP MAN Thoroughly experienced set-up man for Greenlee and Warner Swasey multiple spindle automatic screw machines to work midnight to morning shift. Excellent wage rate with in- centive, pension and other fringe benefits. Medium sized union- ibed job shop in good industrial community. Write giving details of experience, employment record, education, age and fam- ily status to: Post Office Box No. 328 Grand Haven, Michigan Interview will be arranged by company. REGISTER NOW1 New Classes Forming Drafting Engineering Air Conditioning Refrigeration Tool Die Making Design Automatic Screw Machines Auto Mechanics Resident or Home Study You Can Earn While You Learn Free Aptitude Test! Phone Allied Counselor 394-8513 or Write Allied Institute, 1340 S. Michigan Ave Chicago 5, 111. 116-121 FOR MUSIC lessons call G 0 Studios for appointment. Call 394-4072. n6.12i MORTGAGES LOANS BILLS PAID-Past due or not. One place to pay, not a loan. Budget Management Service Bureau, 300 Houseman Bldg., Grand Rapids. 119-121 immediate, confi- dential and friendly service call Ben Staal at ED 5-5909 tonight or Hudsonville collect 669-6625. Ottawa Finance Co. 119-124 FOR RENT FOR RENT-5800 sq. ft. com- mercial building, all or part 791 Washington Ave. Phone EX 6-7179. ii9.124 WANTED REAL ESTATE WANTED-To buy from owner, 2 or 3 bedroom house Tel EX 6-8329. 120-125 LISTINGS WANTED If you have a home or other property to sell and want ac- tion, then call Wiersma Realty now, PR 2-2059 119-121   

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