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To Hear Student'
ePrograms Include Musical
Discussions, Forums And
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Lutheran Student Club this evening
consisting of a question box with the,
Reverend Brauer serving as disucs-
The Lutheran Student Club of the
Zion Parish will meet at the Parish
Hlall at 5:30 .m. Miss Alma Boarts
of the Gleenwood Lutheran Church of
Toledo, will be speaker. Tryouts for
the Lutheran Student Choir will be
held from 3 to 4 p.m.'
The student symposium of Hillel
Foundation will be held at 8 p.m.
today. Leaders will give short talks
on "'The Jew Looks at His Future."
A business and social meeting of the
Hillel Independents will be held at
3 p.m. An election of officers will
be followed by dancing. The Pales-
tine Club will meet at 4:30 p.m. at
There will be a meeting of the
Episcopal Student Guild at 7 p.m. atI
Harris Hall. Two discussion groups
will be followed by refreshments.
The Rev. Henry Lewis will geve
the sermon at St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church at 11 a.m. Services of wor-
ship are Holy Communion, 8 a.m.,
Church School, 9:30 a.m., and morn-
ing prayer and sermon, 11:00 a.m.
Services at the Trinity Lutheran
Church will be held at 10:30 a.m.
"Seeing and Yet Not Believing" will
be the' sermon topic.
Mr. Sayles will speak on "Some
Hindrances to Christian Living" at
the First Baptist Church at 104:5 a.m.;
Goering Builds A
New Toy-For Nazi Boys
At Spanish "Games"?
EVENING RADIO PROGRAMSI
WJR 6:30-Hour of Dreams
P.M. 1 7 :30-Ozzie Nelson.
6:00-Joe Penner. 8:00-Orchestra, Soloists.
6:30-Romantic. 9:00-Hollywood Playhouse.
7:30-Open House. 9:30-Walter Winchell.
7:30-Phil Baker. 9:45-Irene Rich.
8:00-Columbia Workshop. 10:00-Foundation.
8 :30-Birthday Party. 11030-Cheerio.Bnch
9:00-Sunday Evening Hour. 1:00-udyand Bunch.
10:00-Jack Randolph. l11:00-Jerry Blaine Orch.
10:15-Comedy Stars. 11:30-Eddie Varzos.
10:30-Hermit's Cave. 12:00-Freddie Rivard.
11:00-Jay Freeman Orch.
11:30-Cab Calloway. CKLW
12:00-Henry King. _ x
7 :45-Interesting Neighbors.
The latest effort in Germany's
because of the ease-with which it1
program to create a great airforce is the new all-metal bombing plane pictured above.
turns and flies, this mighty fighting plane is the pride of No. 2 Nazi, Col. Goering.
2 Hands Are $72
Better Than Three,
Local Driver Finds
NEWS IN BRIEF
They stopped for a red traffic light.
He asked her if she'd like to shift (2hicago
gears when they started up. He I
stepped on the clutch, she shifted NEW EVIDENCE, an anonymous
the gears, he stepped on the gas and letter, led federal agents to a clue in
the car rushed backwards into an- the kidnaping of Charles S. Ross, as
other car causing damage set at $57. they continued to trace ransom bills
Garfield McKillen, 827 Arch St., in circulation.
who was doing most of the driving, The letter purported to give the ad-
pleaded guilty to a reckless driving dress of an apartment m Chicago at
charge before Justice Jay H. Payne which the manufacturer had been
- held until Saturday. It claimed that
Progressive Club Gr "Ross was there alive up to last Sun-
day and the cops searched in the
To Discuss Cooperatives' wrong flat." G~men are investigating
Report on the establishment of the report.
new campus cooperatives will be made Kentucky
at a meeting of the Security Commit- A FORMAL STATEMENT point-
tee of the Progressive Club to be held ing to the dismissal of charges against
at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Union. the brother of Roy Garr, acquitted
Friday in the murder of Brig. Gen.
Henry H. Denhardt, was made by the
County district attorney.
Dr. Carr, the brother, did not ap-
pear with Roy because he was too
On The Seas
MUTINY, THE FIRST CASE in the
United States since 1920, was suggest-
ed when 18 seamen on the Argentina-
bound freighter Algic, beset with
deaths, desertions and labor disputes
were charged with violating certain
sections of mutiny laws.'
These complaints, filed in Baltimore
on the Algic's return, claimed the
men conspired to deprive their cap-
tain of his authority in a foreign,
SIR HUBERT WILKINS, still
pressing his search ofor the missing
Soviet fliers, landed at Fargo yester-
day, announcing his intention of
leaving for Alaska today.
Tha..t Sell Here
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using, storing or consuming tangible
personal property within the state.
The consumer who buys goods in
other states and uses them in this
state is theoretically subject to the
tax and is supposed to declare his
purchases. This provision has helped
make enforcement of the tax dicicult
in California and other states tlhat
have adopted the tax.
The income from the Michigan tax,
it is estimated, will be about $1,500,-
000 aniually, Professor Ford said.
Relatively speaking this is not much,
but if enough states were to adopt
the use tax and provide full exchange
of information among the tax com-
missioners of the states, this amount
might be increased.
The constitutionality of the act has
already been challenged by a Chicago
firm, he continued, but inasmuch as
this kind of tax has been upheld in
the courts of several other states, it
is likely that it will be held valid in
MODERN Beauty Shop-Shampoo
finger' wave 50c. End permanent,
$1s0. Oil Croquignole, $1.50. Phone
8100, 117 S. Maine.
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and newFsuits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold, and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
open at $15 to $20 for four hours
work per day for three days selling
and canvassing. Fifty men and 25
women will be hired. Men apply at.
Mich. 'Union 4:00-4:30 today; wom-
en apply at League 5:00-5:30 today.
LOST: Diamond wrist watch. Re-
ward. Phone 7717. 124
LOST-Brown suede men's jacket in
Economics Bldg., room 103, Wed-
nesday morning. Call 4738. 126
FOR SALE: English bicycle, new
light, special gears, pneumatic tires
double brake. Phone 4807. 120
FOR MEN-Suite for 3 or 4. Private
bath and shower. Steam heat.
Phone 8544, 422 E. Washington. 128
11:15 to 1:30
5:15 to 7:30
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EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
dent laundry. Will call for and
deliver. 4863. 1x
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Sheaffer fountain pen, vari-
U'N I VERSTGRL
MAIN DINING ROOM, SECOND FLOOR
615 EAST WILLIAM STREET
12:30 to 2:30
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TYPING, neatly and accurately done. colored, between ,Elm-Wimot cor
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone! ner and Angell Hall. Reward. Wel-
5244. 3x ler, 7242. 130
STUDENTS to work in fraternities LOST-Chi Omega pin on Friday af-
and sororities. Call 2-1777. Ask for ternoon. Reward. Phone 2-3159.
Ed or Norm, 736 S. State St. 118 131
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