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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A rmy's New Flying Fortress Is* Ins pect ed- I n washint'gtont

Pacciar di Has
SLoyalist Hopes

j ('iuixnt y l rii m Ttpi w
To Be Stte N'-,A" r Bill1
The state Welfare Reorgan~zatioili
Pill which will be put to referendum
vote next November will be the topic
for the next Ann Arbor Community
Forum, to be held at 8 pm. Monday
in Pattengill Auditorium.

East's Alumni Clubs

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Was Former Leader
Garibaldi Battalion

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T. Hawley Tlapping, greneral secre-
t~ary of the Alumni Association, will
make a tour of eastern Alumni or-
.ganizations. during Spring Vacation.
Saturday lie and Ms Tapping will

1Dwarfing motors and men who stand alongside, th ° Army's huge "flying fortress" bomber stretches out
at Boiling Field in Washing-on, D. C. A number of conzressmen inspected the mammoth sky defender.

SRA Is First Religious Group
Sponsored B State University'

Starr To Lead
Escheats Suit

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Garibaldi Battalion set to flight, were
sent to Spain under false pretenses,
,~e continued. Their rout acted to
force Mussolini to send ardent Black-
' Shirts as replacements.
The Fascist Italians' bitterness
against the Loyalist Italians in Spain
is the more ferocious, because "they
have been taught to believe that we
are traitors, bandits and renegades,"
Signor Pacciardi said.
"Our men who were taken by these
Fascists were shot outright," he said.
"The prisoners whom we took wef~e
more astounded when, instead of the
rifle squad, we gave theta food and
drink."
Pacciardi, wounded twice at Guad-
alajara, left Spain at a time when
Loyalist victory hopes were high. Now
the whole International Brigade has
been so decimated that it has been
incorporated into the regular Spanish
Army Corps.
Should Franco win, Italy and Ger-
many can expect nothing as compen-
sation, he said, for Spaniards, Insur-
gent or Loyalist, will not suffer a for-
eign hegemony in Spain.
ICE CREAM WEEK
LANSING, April 7.--(A')-Procla-
mations issued by Governor Murphy
today asked the citizens of Michigan
to observe Arbor and Bird Day, Par-
ent-Teacher Week, and Ice Cream
Week.

Speakers will include Ephraii Cleveland at their annual Spring
Gomberg, Detroit attorney, D. Halel Dance, an~d Monday he and Coach
Brake, state senator from Stanton,! Fritz CrifAer will address the U. of
and Melvin McPherson, state repre-I M. Club of Pittsburgh.
sentative and former chairman of Tuesday Mr. Tapping, Coach Cris-
the state tax commission. Leaders of Icr and Tad Weiman will attend a
both sides will present their argu-l meeting of the U. of M. Club of Phila-
ments, with discussion to follow. delphia
P I-ILL 1BILLY FI NN5
"The Blest Coffer' in Town")
A 810 SOUTHA STATE ST.
A 1215 SO . U N IV ER SITY 0 11 4 SO U-ERS-Xr
316 A1VMichiigan -Ypsiati'1j.

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Five Discussion Sectionis
Conducted' Weekly By,
Year-Ol d Organization

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'brary has been built in which it is State To, Sue For Inactive
planned to house 1,000 books on re-akAcut
ligious topics. The SRA now sub -
scribes to "The New Republic," "The1 LANSING, Apil 7.-(A')-= Attorney
New York Times," "The Christian General Raymond W. Starr said he
Science Monitor," "Harpers," and would go to Detroit tomorrow to
Jewish and, Catholic periodicals, direct the state's court fight for $2,-
The Association cooperates with 000,000 in inactive bank accounts
churches and campus organizations under the escheats law. The money
in worthy projects, Mr. Morgan said, would go into the primary school
and has helped the Inter-Guild Coun- I fund.
cil to bring Protestant Groups to- ( The ::uit, which names the First
gether. National Bank, Detroit, as defendant,
will be heard before Federal Judge
COURSS TOMEETArthur F. Lederle. Starr said the
COURSS TOMEETdecision would affect banks through-
Extension courses Building 1 and out the state.
Building 3 will meet in Room 231 An- Under the escheats law, depositors
gell Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Monday whose accounts have been inactive
and Thursday respectively during the for seven years are presumed to be
vacation, dead. The law vests administrative
authority over such funds in a board
Read TIhe Daily Classifieds of escheats.
Fresh Strawberry Week
April 7 to April 13
1' Fresh Strawberry and Vanilla Brick I
# ~34c quart-- 17c pint
FRESH STRAWBERRY SUNDAE
1 Crushed, garden-fresh berries on a large portion of
Vanilla Ice Cream "With Whipped Cream, only.
12C
Su eri or D airy tres
332 South State Street 207 South Main Street I

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O BRAND

JEFFERSON ISLAND
BRAND
For All Types
of
Sofiteners
--_WE DELIVER -
HERTL ER BROS.
210 South Ashley Street
Phone 2-1713

SALT

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THE BIGGEST
SPIRI 4S~
of GAS Ranges and AS efri eratoars
DON'T DELAY ! . . . Aode rnievyo)u r 1kitche~nno 1w ! A. CW %193
Gas Range and Gas Refrigerator is within the means of evryo eel s
budget as a result of this ,. .. Our bigges N-t, easy-to--buyv ap-liance
sale. You can have a beautiful ra nge canrd. ref rigerator of the latest
model in your own homec, with the loose change in- your pocket.
Know new economy with a mo,1dern gas rang~e and gas refrigerator.4
They pay their way yea, a it er }ea r ,a1nd, wi thinr a reasollAle timec
..,save you the original investfllci-t. Coiii in tod~cay!

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CHURCH
DNRECTO RY

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Any now cabinet type range is included in this socle.
$ OOV LLOWANCE
$2000FOR YUR OLD
STOVE.
4200-70 SERIES $80
ALLOWANCE FOR OLD STOVE $00
Plus TaxS
ISALD01,EASY TERMS:- ONLY $1.75 DOWN"
/ 24 Months To Pay the balance

Dial 3779.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Washtenaw. Tel. 6005.
Rev. W. P. Lemon, D.D., Minister.
Elizabeth Lcinbach, Assistant
E. W. Doty, Organist sand Choir Dfrector
10:45 a.m-- Morning Worship "Out of the
Depths." Last of a Series of Lenten ser-
ruons on Moderns and Miracles. Sermon
by the minister, Special Lenten music.
BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL CHURCH

GAS is Best - Coolks Better-
Costs Less!

432 South :Fourth Avenue
Theodore Schmale, Pastor.

Tel, 8498

9:30 a~m.---Sunday School
f206 East Lib- 10:30 am.--.--English Service. Topic: "Lovest
Thou Me."
Confirmation Service.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Stalker Hall- Student Headquarters.
E. Sal State and Washington Streets
9:45 a.m._-Student Class at Stalker Hall.
_10:40 a.mn.---Worship Service at First Meth-
odist Episcopal Church, State and Wash-
HURCH ington. Dr. C. W: Brashare'8 subject is:
s U H"Open the Gates."
TWhere will be special music by the senior
and jjunior ecboir.
6:00 p.m.-- -Wesleyan Guild meeting and fel-
Liermawa. lowship supper at Stalker Hail. Program
voship. Topic: of pictures and poetry.
ring." During Holy week there will be services every
g. night.
ti, fl, J-t.. wAininr._rh-. n (rnmmu~nion service.Ev-

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Take advantage of our LOW
Optional Rate for Gas
Refrigeration.

TI GAS Rforierator
* No Moyin jParts in its Frezng System,
0 More Ycars of Satisfaction.
*0 Co nx-inud Low Operating Co t.
* Every "Worthw'hile Convenience.
SModecrn Beauty.
* Savings That Pny For it,
$ ""'M VO YOUR OLD'
2 I T

J=410 ELE TROLUX
!ALLOWANCE FOR CE BO
Plus Tax
INSTALLED

$132.00
$20.00
$11200

I EASY TERMS - ONLY $1.75 DOW PAYMENT

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