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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1935

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City Forum To
Discuss Huron
ValleyProject
Prof. Goddard To Preside;
Whittemore Will Discuss
Aspects OfDesign
The proposal to develop the Huron
River Valley between Dexter and
Ypsilanti into a county recreation
area, public park and wildlife, sanc-
tuary, now under consideration by
special commissions in Ann Arbor
and Ypsilanti, will be made the topic
for discussion at the fourth meeting
of the Ann Arbor Community Forum
this season, to be held at 4 p.m. Sun-
day in Perry School.
The project calls for the continua-
tion of the Huron River Drive from
Ann Arbor to Ypsilanti, eventual con-
nection with the Greater Detroit sys-
tem of boulevards, conversion of nine
islands in the river into wild-life
sanctuaries, reforestation of 15 sec-
tions of idle land between the river
and the railroad and others too slop-
ing for residential or farming pur-
poses, and general beautificationof
the 20-mile strip by the planting of
shrubbery and water flowers.
A county recreation survey con-
ducted during the past 18 months by
Henry S. Curtis has furnished the
basis for the proposedfdevelopment.
A commission of eight, appointed
jointly by the city council and the
county highway commission, was ap-
pointed to handle the proposal with
a similar group from Ypsilanti.
Inexpensive boating facilities and
other recreational developments are
planned as a part of a park system to
be incorporated in the valley proj -
ect.
"The project would add tremend-
ously to the attractiveness of the Uni-
versity, the valley, and the entire
county," commented Mr. Curtis, an
ex-officio member of the Ann Arbor
commission. Wilfred B. Shaw, di-
rector of alumni relations and a mem-
ber of the forum board, pointed out
that the University would profit di-
rectly in the project from the op-
portunity for students in the School
of Forestry and Conservation to do
laboratory and field work in connec-
tion with the development.
Prof. Harlow 0. Whittemore, of the
landscape design department will be
one of the speakers at the forum ses-
sion, and Prof. Edwin C. Goddard of
the Law School will preside.

Convict Repays Ohio Victims Of Holdups

LeForo-e Certain
Fraud Charges
Will Be Refuted.
Clinton LeForge, Ypsilanti at-
torney held in the county jail on a
charge of larceny by conversion, stat-
eTl yesterday in a Daily interview that
"everything would be cleared up." He
was bound over to circuit court Wed-
nesday after entering a plea of not
guilty and waiving examination in,
Justice Court.
LeFoi ge was the executor of the
Judge D. Z. Curtiss estate in Ypsi-
lanti, and it is charged that he cashed
checks to the amount of $3,685.63
which he did not account for in the
record of the estate. Judge Curtiss
left his estate to his adopted daugh-
ter, Kate Keller, convicted as an ac-
cessory after the deed in the "Torch
Murder" case.
Stating that payment for his ser-
vices, which had not been made dur-
ing the four years he was executor of
the estate, would cut the amount he
was charged with taking about in
half, the accused lawyer maintained
that his wife was in possession of
legitimate receipts which would cover
the rest of the amount.
"These are extenuating circum-
stances that should be considered,"
he said.
John P. Kirk, another Ypsilanti at-
torney, will defend LeForge when his
trial comes up on the criminal docket'
of circuit court.
Implicated in the Streicher murder
case, LeForge was absolved of any
guilt on this case after taking a lie-
detector test from the State Police in

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)

nurses in the aforementioned depart-
ment are urged to come. The meet-
ing will be held in the Women's
League.
Alpha epsilon M regular monthly
,meeting, Dec. 1, 6 p.m., Russian Tea
Room, Michigan League. All mem-
bers please attend this important
meeting.
The Monday Evening Drama Sec-
tion will meet Monday evening, Dec.
2, at 7:45 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Warren R. Good, 1508 Granger.
Interior Decorating group of the
Faculty Women's Club will meet at
the Michigan League on Monday,

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Dec. 2, at 2 p.m. Mrs. John Waite
will talk on home and furniture ar-
rangement. This meeting will be
open to all members of the Art Sec-
tion.
"Ethiopia," a book just off the
press, written by Earnest Work, will
be reviewed by William C. Bergman,
Monday, Dec. 2, at 4:15 in Room E,
Haven Hall. Students and faculty
members are invited to attend the
book review, which is sponsored by
Kappa Tau Alpha, national honorary
journalism fraternity.
First Baptist Church. 10:45 a.m.,
Sunday. The Minister, Mr. Sayles,
will preach on the topic, "The Grace
of God." The Communion Service

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-Associated Press Photo
It was a happy Thanksgiving for Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Segel (above),
Cleveland delicatessen proprietors, and four other Cleveland families
when they received checks totalling $90.60 from Joseph Russell, serving
55 years in Ohio Penitentiary. The money represented loot taken by
Russell in holdups, and Mr. and Mrs. Segel are shown examining their
$20 check.
Law Faculty Works To Abolish
Refuge For Fleeing_ Criminals

4ID AN
We want to give the
Salvation Army 100
Discarded Suits and
Overcoats ...
An allowance of $5.00 will
be made for your old suit
or overcoat toward the
purchase of any new suit
or overcoat.

Importance Of Local Crime
Enforcing Agencies Is
Stressed By Waite'
(Continued from Page 1)
situation, the proposal is a statute
creating a rebuttable presumption'
that the crime, when proved by the
state to have been committed, was
committed in the jurisdiction alleged.
Up to this time, prosecution of a
man who has fired a gun injuring
someone in another state has involved
legal technicalities sometimes pre-
venting the proper enforcement of the
law. Opinions have differed aboutj
the relative merits of two possible
solutions to the problem: first,
through an increase of the power and
jurisdiction of the Federal law-en-
forcement agencies; or second,
through the facilitation of inter-state
cooperation, using present state agen-
cies.
Support for the second approach

as against the fList is given by Profes-
sor Waite, who observes: "More than
90 per cent of all crime is local. An
extreme centralization of law en-
forcement agencies would deal effec-
tively with inter-state problems, but
would not care adequately for the
largest part of the difficulties of law
enforcement, which can most effec-
tively be handled through local agen-
cies."

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will be observed. The Church School
meets at 9:30. Dr. Waterman's class
at same hour in Guild House.
Roger Williams Guild: 12 noon,
Sunday. Mr. Chapman twill open a
discussion on "Penitence as an Ele-
ment of Religious Experience." Dis-
cussion will follow. 6:00 p.m. Stu-
dents' evening program will consist of
four brief addresses by students on
"What Social Responsibility Means to
Me."
COMPANIES TO MERGE
LANSING, Nov. 27. - W) -)Four
electric power companies received
permission to merge from the State
Public Utilities Commission Tuesday.

Lansing Wednesday.v

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Michigan Daily's
Market Page
Brings
Results

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for manufacturers
and advertising lit-
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Make your purchase to-
day as this offer expires
December 10.

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Lamb Shoulder Roast ...........19c lb.
Jersey Sweet Potatoes .....4 lbs. for 25c
Large Grapefruit .............. 4 for 25c
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