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SUDAY. ,OrMEt 26, 193

THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAE TIRI

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,IILL START TODAY,
Workers Told of Ideals, Givbn
Insttuctions at Dinner
Meeting Saturday.
The Community Fund's 1930-31
campaign, in which a total of $62,-
000 is being sought, will open this
morning, it was announced yester-
day.
At a dinner meeting of officials'
and campaign workers, in which]
final instructions were given the
teams, Rabbi Heller, new director
of Jewish activities on the campus,
and Prof. Charles C. Stillman, of
Ohio State university, said that the
campaign involved the cardinal
principles of all religions and that
"charity and helpfulness know no
creeds."
All workers, J. Karl Malcolm,
director of solicitations, said, Would+
report to their captains at the first
progress luncheon Tuesday noon in
the Chamber of Commerce build-
ing.

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Attend Game Here
Among the spectators at Satur-
day's fdotball game were Attorney-
General and Mrs. Wilber M. Bruc-~
ker, and Mayor Frank Murphy, of
Detroit, who was accompanied by
his sister. The Attorney-General,
who is the Repu'lican nominee for
governor of Michigan, left im-
mediately after the game for Mon-
roe. Several members of the board
of regents of the University also
were present at the game.
Thieves Get Clothes
Breaking the door handle from a
car parked on Snyder Avenue yes-
terday, thieves entered the car and
stole from it a considerable quanti-
ty of baggage and clothing. The
owner of the car, Alois Hoffman,
1497 Central Avenue, Dubuque,
Iowa, reported the stolen articles to
include the following; a small trunk
bearing the initials A. M. H. and

containing right or nine ladies'
dresses, slippers, and jewelry; a
black hat box containing ladies'
wearing apparel; a large black trav-
eling bag containing men's cloth-
ing; a man's oxford gray suit; and
a lady's blue coat trimmed with
fur.
President Denies Need
to Call Extra Session
(Bv Assoc ated Press)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25.-Existing
agencies for the relief of unemploy-
ment are, in the expressed opinion
of President Hoover, sufficient to
meet present emergencies without
calling a special session of congress.
Mr. Hoover let it be known late
Friday in announcing that sugges-
tions for an extraordinary session
met with his disapproval.

CPas a possible forerunner for further
R sf, i gs in Chicago's gangland.
R ew lof Ga" W elief was expressed by them that
0AotPsGeor ge "Bugs" Moran, reputed part-
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.-The assassi- ner of Aiello, who was shot down
nation of Joe Aiello, wealthy "al- from ambush on the northwest side
cohol king" and foe of Alfonsc Ca- last Thursday night, may be the
pone, was viewed by police today next target of machine gun bullets.
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We Cannot Make All The Ice Cream So We Make
The Best Of It.
The Successful Hostess Knows the Value of a Surprise.
Serve Individuals for Hallowe'en Parties: Cats, Brownies, Pumpkins,
Witches, Owls, Individual Pumpkin Pies.
Special Week'End Brick
Chocolate Ice Cream
Orange Nut Custard
Fruit Pu::ches and Sherbets Made with Sunripened Fruit Juices.
Phones 22553 436 Third Street
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Push for Prosperity
Prosperity is the result of a corbination of intolligent spending
and regular saving. It is astonishing how quickly a healthy bank
account accures if there ij a regularity in deposits.

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Devoted to Music
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