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March 07, 1934 - Image 6

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ReguIla (ions By Clearing House Tapping Speaks On Russia's Health

sian health situation, it was said,
for he carefully observed this phase

Ba iStIUetS Savings Accounts
(Continued from Page 1 Another section of the bulletin re-
that they disapproved of the practice cently issued by the banks states that
of sending money through the mails a charge of 5 cents is to be made for
except in registered letters, recoi- accepting for deposit checks against
mending the use of money orderst out-of-town banks, wnereas formerly
in preference to the registered mail oto-onbns nra omry
service because of the records which lthere was no charge for this service.
are preserved of the transaction. A minimum of five free checks per
month is set up for checking ac-
Funds which the students have on counts, with additional free checks
hand may be kept without charge being allowed on the basis of one for.
in postal savings accounts, which every $10 or balance more than $50.
may be opened at the main postoffice, The 3 cents which is to be charged
Main and Catherine Streets. Certifi- for each check in excess of the num-
cates are issued in even dollar de- ber permitted will be added to the
nominations, which are convertible on Federal tax of 2 cents per check.
sight at the postoffice. The postal A fee of 15 cents is charged non-
savings office is open from 9 a.m. depositors for eachout-of-town check
to 3 p.m. under $100 which is cashed, an addi-
The changes in the banking rules tional 10 cents being charged for each
have arisen, it appears from a state- added $100 or fraction.
ment of the Clearing House Associa-

k yI(iInJI) JtI V I t 1s l of Soviet life during his recent stay
Problem Is To there.
T. Hawley Tapping, general sec- The Roussky ,Kroujok, or Russian
retary of the Alumni Association, B e i iseissed Circle, is a new student-faculty and
spoke before Dean Joseph A. Bur- alumni organization whose purpose
sley's freshman luncheon club yester- is to disclose the truth of what is
day noon on Michigan honor societies Dr. John Sundwall, director of hy-istdscoeheruh fwats
which have ceased to exist on the giene and public health, will lead the happening in Soviet Russia today. A
campus. discussion on the topic "Health and program of authoritative speakers
He discussed his own connections Its Problems in Soviet Russia," at the and discussions is the method by
with the Owls, organized in 1863 as a!t which the club intends to achieve its
second meeting of the Roussky-Krou-
means through which aid might be purpose. The organization has abso-
rendered to the dependents of Civil jok to be held at 8 p.m. Friday in lutely no political or nationalistic at-
War casualties, and at the same time Lane Hall. #tachments and any person interested
his connections with the purely so- Dr. Sundwall 'is highly qualified is eligible for membership, it has been
cial order known as Toastmasters. to present information on the Rus- i announced.


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