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THE MICHIG~AN DAILY

T. DECEMBER6, 1951

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)MMUNIST GAIN:
Formosan Leader Says
U.S. Asian Policy Fails

United States policy in South-
east Asia, including its economic
aid, "has failed miserably," K. C.
Wu, Governor of Formosa from
1949-53, said Thursday.
Addressing 200 bankers attend-
ing the 20th annual bank study
conference at the Michigan Union,
Wu said, "the people of Southeast
Asia have one thing in mind -
to catch up with the West."
He explained that they want to
strengthen their industry and ag-
riculture, and they reason that
communist countries like Russia
and Red China have done it with-
out Western aid.
Communist Gains Made
What the people of Southeast
Asia do not realize is that these
communist gains have been made
through sacrificing individual
freedom and free elections, he
declared.
"This is where communism is
weakest and this is where the
United States should strike." Wu
added. There are two strong sell-
ing points.
Through the democratic system
the individual is guaranteed the
right of due process of law.
"On all other fronts commu-
nism is appealing to Southeast
Asians and this is illustrated when
you note the rising strength of
communist parties in nearly ev-
ery one of these vital nations," he
noted.
U. S. Offers Aid
The United States answer to
all the problems confronting these
people has been to offer military
and economic aid. Many of the
countries have questioned this
support on the basis that it has a
"strings attached' clause such as
permitting in return establish-
ment of American bases.
"Many of the Southeast Asia,
countries are either now or are
rapidly becoming dictatorships.
Each time the United States pours
money into one of these countries.,
it is, in effect, supporting a dic-

En gineers
To Increase
In Demand
Despite a decreased national de-
mand for engineers, the demand
for University engineers stayed
high enough last year so that vir-
tually all graduating engineers
got jobs before graduation.
John G. Young, director of the
engineering college placement of-
fice, predicted that overall de-
mand next year would be higher.
The demand was larger than
previous predictions had indicat-
ed. apparently because of a sub-
stantial increase in defense indus-
try requirements during the spring
he said.
The level of campus recruiting
also remained high, Young said,
because:
1) Top quality graduates usual-
ly get good jobs after graduation
and are treated so well that they
seldom apply for another job and
thus can only be obtained through
on-campus recruiting.
2) According to general con-
sensus, the long run need for en-
gineers will exceed the probable
supply, and firms now have to
hire for the future.
Organization
Lt Notices t
Graduate Outing Club, winter sports,
Dec. 7, 2 p.m., meet in back of Rack-
ham (N.W. entrance. )
* * *
Mich. Christian Fellowship, Dec. 7,
4 p.m., Lane Hail.s peaker: C. Stacy
Woods, "What Is Faith?"
Unitarian Student Group, meeting,
Dec. 7, 7 p.m.,=Unitarian Church.
Speaker: Rev. Redman, "Faith and Be-
ies"Rides available from usual
points.
* * *
Folklore Society, guitar workshop
(series5) Dec. 6, 2-5 p.m., Union, Rm.
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people," Wu said.
Wu, who was expelled from the
Chinese Nationalist Party in 1954
after charging that Chiang Kai-
Shek refused free elections in
Formosa, said that he had seen
this happen in Formosa.
Analyzes Dictator
Part of the reason for a rise of
dictatorships, Wu said, can be
traced to newly won independence
from Western domination in all
of these countries except Thail-
and.
"The' people are still immature
in their political attitudes and
all they can, think of is freedom
from colonialism. While dictators
are not necessarily communists,
they a'e not democratic either,"
he explaitned.
Southeast Asians have tended to
lean toward communism because
neither Russia nor Red China has
ever attempted colonization while
the British, French, Dutch and
the United States have.

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--Republished by permission of The Village Voice, a weekly newspaper

USED CARS
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141N2
)N2
'48 PLYMOUTH. Good transportation.
NO 2-3143 at noon. OX 7-8116 after
6 p.m. )N45
1958 VOLKSWAGEN, $1675. Phone after
Sunday evening at NO 3-7711. )N46
'52 CHEVY
Delux Sedan in Good Condition
Throughout. Reliable Transpor-
tation. Only $245.00
OVERSEAS AUTO SALES
331 South 4th Ave. NO 2-2541
)N47
'57 ALFA-ROMEO
Spider Roadster, in Tip-Top Shape.
Roll-up Windows, Heater.
Gorgeous Red. At
OVERSEAS AUTO SALES
331 S. 4th Ave. NO 2-2541
)N48
ISETTA. Large four passenger. All
white. Like new. $1,000. NO 2-8921.
)N43

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deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

Judo Club, practice, Dec. 6,
I-M Bldg., Wrestling Rm.

1:30 p.m.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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(Continued from Page 4)
.Concert' ushers are urgently reminded
that " one performance of the Messiah
to included in each series and it is most
important that you be , there, as an
absence will count against you at May
Festival time. A few extra ushers will
be needed for each performance of the
Miessiah and if you can help us please
contact Mr. -Warner at NO 8-8597.
Choral Union members are remind-
ed to return "Messiah" vocal scores
Mon., and Tues., Dec. 8 and 9 between
9:00 and 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 and 4:00
p.m., and receive instead their vocal
scores for the May Festival. Chorus
members will also receive the new re-
hearsal schedules for 1959.
President and Mrs. Hatcher will hold
open house for students at their home
Wed., Dec. 10 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
University Senate: Regular fall meet--
ing will be held on Mon., Dec. 8, 4:15
p.m., Rackham Lecture Hall.
on't rorget!
Children's
Books, Games,
Toys
of
FOLLETT'S
Second Floor

LecturesI
Henry Brooks Baker Memorial Lee-
ture: "The Challenges of Tuberculosis."
Dr. Henry Stuart Willis, Supprintend-
ent and Medical Director, No. C. Sana-
torium System: Clinical Assoc., Prof. of
Medicine, Univ, of N.C. Sponsored by
the School of Public Health. Mon.,
Dec. 8, 4:00 p.m., Sch. of Pub. Health
And.
Mr. Oliver Statler, author of Modern
Japanese Prints: An Art Reborn, will
speak on Japanese print making, Mon.,
Dec. 8, 4:00 p.m. in 447 Arch. Bldg. Any-
one interested is welcome to attend.
Academic Notices
Mathematics Colloquium: Will meet
Mon., Dec. 8, in Room 2235 Angell Hall
at 3:10 p.m. Prof. Ro2f Nevanlinna, pres-
at ly visiting at the Institute for Ad-
vanced Study, will speak on "First Or-
der Partial Differential Equations." Re-
freshments: 2:30 in 3212 Angell Hall
(Commons Room.)
Placement Notices
Personnel Requests: ,
Department of Navy, Bureau of Ord-
nance, announces employment oppor-
tunities for the following: Electronic
Engineers, Supervisory Aeronautical
Rocket Power Plant Research Engineer,
Mathematicians, Position Classifier,
Safety Program Specialist, Analytical{
Statistician, Chemist (Analytical), Elec-
trical Engineers, Engineering Aid, Ord-
nance Engineers, Mechanical Engineers,
Training Officer. Industrial Engineers,
Engineering Designer, Auditor, Tabu-
lating Equipment Operation Supervis-
or, Electroplater, General Supply Of-
ficer, Metallurgists, Medical Officer,
Analytical Statistician, Wage and Class-
ification Specialist, Architectural En-
-Ineer, Civil Engineer, Editor, Post-
tion Classifier, Safety Program Special-
ist, and others.
YWCA, Grand Rapids, Mich., has an
opening for a Physical Education grad-
uate. Position available Jan. 5, 1959.
Need a person skilled in sports, danc-
ing, and swimming. She must be a
water safety instructor.

Camp Fire Girls, Dayton, Ohio, is
looking for the following: Field Direc-
tors. B.A. degree, major interestssin
education or any of the allied social
sciences. District Directors. BA degree,
2 yrs. exp. group work and volunteer
organizations, some graduate training.
Camp Coordinator. BA degree, main in-
terest physical education, education, or
allied social sciences.
Central Soya Co.,. has openings for
the following: Agricultural Pricing Ana-
lyst in Fort Wayne, Biochemist in Chi-
cago, Chief Chemist in Chattanooga,
Civil Engineer in Decatur, Labor Re-
lations Director in Fort Wayne, Lab-
oratory Chemist in Decatur, Micro-
Biologist in Chicago, Personnel Devel-
opment Director in Fort Wayne, Per-
sonnel Director in Marion, Order Cred-
it Clerk in Memphis, Poultry Specialist
In Decatur, Slesman to be assigned a
location.
United Air Lines, Chicago, Ill., an-
nounces a unique career opportunity
for college graduates with exception-
ally high qualifications in United's Spe-
cial Development Training Program.
Male, 30 yrs. of age or under, active
military service completed (or exempt),
college graduate with a major in Bus.
Ad., Air Transportation, Economics,
Finance, Accounting, Engineering, Law,
Psychology, or Industrial Management.
U.S. Civil Service Commission, Wash-
ington, D.C. announces examination
for Research Scientist for positions in
the Federal Research Laboratories in
the Washington, D.C., area. Grade GS-7
B.S. degree in appropriate field of en-
gineering, physical science or mathe-
matics. U. S. citizen.
State of Mlichgian, Civil Service Corn.
mission, announces that applicants
who anticipate graduation from col-
lege by Jan. 1959, will be considered for
the following positions: Geologist
Trainee, Fish Habitat Biologist Trainee,
Game Biologist Trainee, Fish Area Bi-
ologist Trainee, Fisheries Biologist
Trainee, Forester Trainee, Land Ap-
praiser Trainee. The State of Michigan
also announces examination for Stew-
ard I-IV. Applications must be post-'
marked or filed no later than Dec. 24,
1958. Written test - Jan. 31. 1958.
For further information concern-
ing the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.;
Bldg., Ext. 3371.

NYE'S USED CAR SPECIALS
1958 RAMBLER AMBASSADOR. Cus-
tom 4-door Hardtop. Factory offi-
cial's car with about 5,000 miles,
Fully equipped with automatic
pushbutton Transmission. Year
round air conditioning. Power
brakes, Power steering, Power win-
dow lifts. Dual speaker radio.
Power-lok differential. Air ride sus-
pension. This car sells new for
$4,157.90. Our price is $3,180 which
is lower than the NADA Used Car
Book price.
1957 MERCURY 4-Door Hardtop sta-
tion wagon. A real clean car and a
real buy. It has Heater, Radio, Auto-
matic Transmission. Power steer-
ing and Power brakes. Our price is
$225 under Book price at $2,210.
1957 BUICK SPECIAL 2-Door Hard-
top. This is an extra clean red and
white low mileage car. Equipped ;
with Radio, Heater and Automatic
Transmission. NADA Book price is
$2,090. Our price is $1,950.
31 other makes and models to
choose from. From $50 up.
NYE MOTOR SALES, Inc.
202 W. Washington Corner of Division
"Quality New and Used Cars since 1940"
)N44
'57 CUSHMAN EAGLE. 109 miles on
new engine. Excellent condition. NO
2-6664 after 1 P.M. )N42
'58 Borgward................$1915
'58'Volvo Demonstrator.....$2195
'57 TR-3 Triumph.,.... .....$2195
MICHIGAN
EUROPEAN CAR CORP.
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
)N31
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sport Cars.
Lubrication $1.25
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858
)S7
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
)S4
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is ourbusiness.
Atlas tires, batteries and acces-
sories. Waranteed & guaranteed.
See us for the best price on new
& used tires. Road service -
mechanic on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 8. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 )S1
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
BACK HOME-and in business again.
Merrick Radio and TV Service, NO 3-
7818. )X18

BUSINESS SERVICES
5-4-3-2-1
PREPARE FOR THE BLAST-OFF
THIS WEEKEND by purchasing
your "fuel" at
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J128
"PURCHASE FROM PURCHASE"
Kodak Starflash outfit-complete
with Camera, Flash, Batteries,
Film, and Bulbs. Only $9.95.
PURCHASE CAMERA SHOP
116 S. University NO 5-6101
)J130
Shop for
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES,
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS,
AND
GOURMET; SPECIALTIES
Washington Fish Market
208 . Washington NO 2-2589
)J10
Buy your typewriters, rent your
typewriters, and have your type-
writers repaired at a typewriter
shop.
MORRILL'S
314 5. State
)J116
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. )J3
TYPING, wanted to do at home, NO
8-8551. )J123
DRY FIREPLACE WOOD, delivered and
piled. GA 8-9461 or NO 5-3220. )J121
CHRISTMAS TREES-Kate's place on
Pontiac Rd. and Long Shore Drive.
)J118
FINISHED WORK-Specialize in cot-
ton blouses. Ironings separately. Free
pickup and delivery. Siamese stud
service. Also Siamese cat for sale.
NO 2-9020. )J29
SHOES dyed any color, nylon lifts
for those little heels. Same dayf
heel service (on request). Invisible
half soling.
RAPID SHOE REPAIR
216 E. Washington
Freeman men's shoes
)J7
SMITH'S
Ann Arbor's
First Carpet Store
Featuring:
Karastan
Mohawk
Needletuft
CARPET STORE
207 E. Washington St.
- LI NOLEUM STORE -
205 N. Main St.
)J81
EDDIE'S PAINT STORE
White Paint ..........$1.98 Per Gal.
Colors ................$2.48 Per Gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
)J77
ONE-DAY SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SANFORDS ...

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown wallet. Monday, 12/1.
Campus area. Reward. Call 3-7541,1
Ext. 228, )A71
LOST: Silver Streaked Black glasses.
Heavy rimmed. Please call NO 3-1
7342. )A68
HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED advertising man, age
30, seeking business manager and/or
advertising manager for small Mich-
igan daily. Experienced in Circula-
tion, Retail and Classified advertis-
ing. Desire long term situation. Sal-
ary $8,400. Contact File NO S-149,
Michigan Press Association, Box 71,
East Lansing, Michigan. )H 3
STENO-TYPIST for religious organiza-
tion. Mornings. Pleasant surround-
ings. Please write Box No. 32 c/o
Mich. Daily. )H32
WANTED: Full time engineer, chemical
and/or nuclear engineering back-
ground. Must be US. citizen. Work
to be of research and development
nature. Call NO 3-4143 or write %
Ann Arbor P.O., Box 465. )H30
POSITION as Resident House Parents
for older Grad. couple who will be
in city for 2 or more years. Main-
tenance and salary. Time for hus-
band's graduate work. Call Mr. Clif-
ton, NO 3-5011. )H16
ALTERATIONS
Alterations, Dressmaking
Expertly done. Reasonable. NO 3-2389.
)P7
JOHN'S TAILOR SHOP
"The Clothing Stores' Tailor"
Alterations for Men and Women
Pressing While You Waity
118% E. Washington NO 2-4617
(above Conlin & Wetherbee Clothing
Store) )P6
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breastedi model. $15.
Old style wide lapel single-breasted
coat into a new style narrow lapelj
model. $11. Write to Michaels Tailor-
ing Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit,
Michigan, for free details or phone
WO 3-5776. )P1
TRANSPORTATION
MUSKEGON XMAS SPECIAL
ROUND TRIP GREYHOUND CHARTER
JEFF FUNKHOUSER 412 E.Q.
)G15
WANTED RIDE-Mon. thru Fri.; must
arrive Mich. Union 7:40 A.M. from
North Campus. Call NO 3-3831, Eve.
)G2

,.!FOR RENT
3 BDRM. ranch style home. Full base-
ment, 12bathrms. Gas'heat. Fully
furnished. Will be available Jan. 15.
$125. Call HU 2-3437. )C140
4 RM. Apartment. 2 bedrooms, unfur.
except for stove and refrig. Call' NO
3-1646. Near shopping area. )C141
NEW RANCH DUPLEX, large living
room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, tiled bath
and basement, unfurnished except
stove and refrigerator. In nice loca-
tion. Child welcomed. $115. Phone
NO 2-0277. )C142
812 PAULINE Blvd. Five rooms, new
gas furnace. $90. Pontiac, FE 2-6681
or FE 5-7090. )C143
FIVE ROOM APT., upper floor. En-
tirely unfurnished. Near southwest
side. Now available, $80. Phone Sea-
man-Warner Realtors. NO 2-5688.
)C4
APARTMENT FOR RENT: Very near
campus. Furnished. Two large rooms.
Kitchen and private bath. Quiet. No
children. $80 including utilities. Must
rent at least until September 1. Mar-
ried couple preferred, Phone NO 2-
3201 days. )C144
NEWLY REDECORATED .Apt. 4 rooms
and bath. Near West Side Park. $90.00
includes all utilities. Call NO 2-2891
for appointment. )C135
5 ROOM unfurnished Apt. North side.
For adults-children welcome. Rea-
sonable rent. Spacious back yard. NO
3-1919. )C130
ATTRACTIVELY furnished room for
Woman. Sr. or Grad. Modern kitchen
available. Private home. 10 minute
walk from library. Call NO 2-1394.
)C131
CAMPUS APARTMENT: Two small fur-
nished rooms for single woman. $60
Includes utilities. NO 2-6836. )C132
SMALL 2 Room Apt, on first floor.
Furnished. Private entrance and bath.
On S. 4th Ave. $70. Also large fur-
nished 2 bedroom house on Whitmore
Lake. $65. Furnish own utilities. Call
NO 3-0269. )C137
FURNISHED Apt. for Rent. 1 Room
and Kitchen. Private bath. Very close
to Downtown, Campus and H{ospital.
603 E. Ann. Call before noon. After-
noons between 4 and 8 . P.M. NO
2-7274. )C134
HOUSE on Strawberry Lake. $75.00
monthly plus utilities. NO 2-3832 after
5 P.M. )C133
UNFURNISHED 5 Room Apt, located
7 blocks west of town. Garage. Large
back yard. $90.00 per month plus is
utilities or $115.00 and all utilities
paid. Share bath. 519 Sixth Street.
Phone HU 2-7970. )C138
CHELSA
We have several three bedroom
ranch homes, only twenty minutes
drive west of Ann Arbor. Only $75
a month, and you pay utilities.
Located in a nice modern subdivi-
sion.
MADISON PLACE
A two bedroom apartment for only
$125 a month. This is half of a
newly redecorated duplex unit with
use of part of the basement.
PACKARD
Two bedrooms-living room --pri-
vate bath--kitchen. Newly re-
modeled, completely furnished, ten-
ant pays only electricity, rents for
$140 a month.
McKERCHER REALTOR
336 E. Ann NO 2-3249
)C129
SMALL furnished apt. for one. $65 per
month. NO 8-669. )C125
320 NO. MAIN, 2 room furnished apt,
with private shower bath, first floor,
front apt. No. 1. Electricity extra.
)C126
DUPLEX One Bedroom House attrac-
tively furnished. Across Burns Park.
Shown after 5 P.M. 1723 Wells St.
)C127
LOVELY, clean, pleasant 6 room flat.
Unfurnished, first floor, ideal loca-
tion, children welcome. HU 2-8944.
)C128
ONE ROOM, West side. For student or
working man. Reasonable rent. Off-
street parking. NO 2-540. )C122
CAMPUS APARTMENT
For Adults. Large 5 room snappily
furnished apartment with Shower
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