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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
7 ouu Maintain Nazi Troops Occupy Siegfried Line
-- DAILY OFFICI
~ Professor Carver .:$+f,.*x .. r iPut ucation in the Bulletin Is cons
'~"~""""O"*versity. Copy received at the offi
.....__until 3:30; 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.o
r ments, and the $10.000 that the fire-
men and policemen have contributed Continued from Page 4)
from a fund of their own, and it is X:-
evident that there is sufficient capital ity." All Episcopal students and their
to "maintain solvency for the year. ,friends are cordially invited.-
The fact that the act provides First Church of Christ, Scientist,!
that no payments may be made until 409 So. Division St.
the beginning cf the third fiscal year Sunday morning service at 10:30.
following the adoption of the act, Subject: "Adam and Fallen Man."
means that there would be available Golden Text: John 3:31.
1 for the first year's operation of the 2.x -- Sunday School at 11:45.
n fund approximately $40,000. 1___
According to Professor Carver, 'First Methodist Church. Morning
y "now that this fund is relieved by FirstiMethod:4 Ch'cii.kMr.iC. W
J thwaiesoipyngbneisarsn worship at 10:40 o'clock. Dr. C. W.
the waivers of paying benefits arising 9* a-
f 1 Brashares will preach on "We are
s from natural causes, and since death , ahewil pTechran"e ngr
s and disabilities arising 'out of and in the Blind." The choir will sing "Song
w thoreo mlyet ilb of the Lovely Jesus" arranged from,
ithe course of employment' will be J
y compensated for under the Michigan aRussian folk son, and "How Lovely
dWorkmen's Compensation Act, the . .~. are the Messengers" from the Ora-
cost of which is already borne by the torio "St. Paul" by Mendelssohn.
costof wich s aread bore bytheAchilles Taliaferro is choir director
city, it seems to me that the only and crgrdisc.o
y thing we need to worry about, so far and orgaist
R as solvency is concerned, is an epi-.........H...:....d.......s......:4..
demic of long-living' among pen- a.m.Dr. E. W. Blakeman will be the
nsioners. a Der. E .Baea ilb h
As Professor Carver explains it, if W leeyg
a fireman or policeman dies from an J Wesuec il men at ky
sact of duty, his widow or. children F.:,. The subject is "Carl von Ositsy
act f d ty, is ido or hilrenPacifist." Fellowship hour and sup
ewill be. paid for 300 weeks under the I prfloigtemeig
Workmen's Compensation Act, and per following the meeting.
then will receive pensions from the Ban
t proposed fund. If he is disabled while sFirS t Church Roger
y on duty, he will be paid for 500 Williams Guild. 9 a.m. The Church
weeks by the State Compensation Act, School, Dr. Logan, superintendent.
t before he may receive benefits under 9:45 a.m. University students will
s this plan. And, his signing of waivers meet/ for study at the Guild House.
0omeans that h Dr. Chapman in charge. 10:45 a.m.
men hthe will no longer receive,.
benefits for disability from natural Morning Worship. The special speak-
I, causes. er for the day will be the Rev. Ralph
r Thus, the fund will be called upon With Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Germany speeding work on fortifi- Taylor Andem, of Lansing, Executive
h merely to pay retirement benefits, cations along the French frontier, German troops are already occupying Secretary of the Michigan Baptist
- and should have little difficulty main- the underground net of steel and concrete forts. Here, at an unnamed Convention. His subject will be "The
.t taining solvency, according to Prof. spot along the line known variously as the "Siegfried" and the "Limes" Message of the Church for Today."
e Carver, "line, two German machine gunners emerge from one of the man-made Rogers William Guild, 6:15 p.m.
S As to the charge that the burden caves after a test of its facilities. This is one of the first pictures of the Baptist Student organization, will
d upon /Ann Arbor taxpayers would be German fortifications to reach this country. hold its meeting at the Guild House.
e too heavy an examination of statisMiss Doris Cuthbert and John Rasch-
e tics has revealed that the yearly tax bacher will be the student speakers.
Swould be less than a dollar for eac Rhinelanders Fear England The friendly hour with refreshments
ie property-owner. The assessable real l n fe a u i UJi1LI~J will follow.
estate would yield about $10,000, it " "
d was previously stated. Since there s Enem y Phi ppson Declares First Congregational Church, corner
r areb of State and William Streets. Minis-
Y the. individual cost would be approxi- ter, Rev. Leonard A. Parr, D.D. Litt.
t mately $1.20. The cost would go even By WILLIAM ELMER churches and therefore it has much D.
- lower upon inclusion of the taxable The closeness of England, a poten- to say in regard to church policy. 10:45 a.m. Service of worship. The
real estate in the. business districts. tial enemy of Germany, to the wes- Professor Philippson believes that subject of Dr. Parr's sermon will be
up t 'The Recent Scare: What Shall We
S uitrs of the plan also believe tern sections of the Reich, has made Goering is, next to Hitle', the most Say To Mars?" The Junior Choir,
that its passage will lead to a greater the inhabitants of the Rhineland popular figure in Germany because
. efficiency in the city fire and policep rhm-
departments. It would no longer be more anxious for peace than the of his courageous participation in the H. W. CLARK
". necessary, if the plan were passed ,Great War as an aviator and because
n to keep old employes on the payroll: Philippson of the German depart- of his aptitude for humor. On the English Boot and Shoe Maker
y They could be retired satisfactorilyment revealed in an interview yes- other hand, Professor Philippson Our new repair department, the
Son halfSalary,and thus, make room t ay of the people in the Rhine- pointed out that Goering is unpopular best in the city. Prices are right.
for younger men. an the pat of hwith the working man because of his 438 South State and Factory on
land, the eastern part of Germany, four year plan. The common worker South Forest Avenue.
actually believed such reports as "the gets no more pay than formerly and
Engis ar bildngtrechs o tehas more taxes and also the many Read Daily Classified Ads
I I~~irecto ry ~~ Dutch-German border," Professor,~vlnaygfs otkecr f ____ _
Philippson said and he added that vlnayit~otkcref
___ ______________________ this credulity was due to the general When the Nazi party gained con-
war hysteria which was rampant trol of the German government, for-
rates. Phone 5689. L. M. Haywood. throughout Germany this summer. eign trade fell off sharply and to take
167 Professor Philippson indicated, how- care of the resulting surplus in some
h, P.ogesdo, Pnilippsontindysatedfhow-
y TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, ever, that actual basis for fear was goods, an elaborate system of co-
e. 408 S. 5th Avenue. Phone 2-2935. evident in the confiscation of build- operation between sections was ef-r
t4 79 ing materials by the Nazi government1 fected, Professor Philippson said. For
for the construction of embattlements example, the Rhineland is a great
LOST and FOUND IIalong the border. producer of wine, much of which was
Neville Chamberlain is now a popu- previously exported. Under the new
e LOST-New goldl Elgin pocket watch lar figure in Germany, said Professor system, the surplus is now distribut-
in Ann Arbor. Last weekend. Re- Philippson, inasmuch as the people ed to various sections of the country.
ward. Call 4295. Baker believe that he averted war. Even Each city is required to "adopt" a
the more nationalistic Nazis regard wine-producing village and it must
LAUNDRIES lhamberlain as a person of very good consume a large part of the wine
sense because he gave in to Hitler. produced in the "adopted" village.
CLAUNDRY - 2-1044 Sox darned Thus sectional good-will may be built
- Caholc an th goernment, up by this method.
Careful "work at low prices. 9 y The oi Rhinelandth populationgovernment y ti eto.
.. ............... . .. -- ---propaganda against the church is re-
SILVER LAUNDRY garded by many as a dangerous threat SUNDAY DINNER
607 Hoover Phone 5594 to their personal freedom, said Pro- Turkey Dinner, Complete 65c
Free pickups and deliveries fessor Philippson pointing out that Steak Dinners at 75c, 65c 55c, 50c
Price List the church-state relationship is much SUBWAY COFFEE SHOPPE
All articles washed and ironed. the same as it was 200 years ago. The 727 N. University at Thayer
Shirts........14 state contributes toward the support
hr.................04 of.both'theran ndoi(Under Miller Drug)
Undershirts . ... .. .. . ...:. .. .. .04 of both Lutheran and Catholic

Shorts ............. . . . .....04
Pajama Suits . .... . .. ...... .10 "
Socks, pair . ...., .03
Handkerchiefs..............02
Bath Towels..................03r..
All Work GuaranteedR-
Ilso special prices on Coed's laun- D
dries. All bundles done separately.
! No markings. Silks, wools our 302 South State St. (Near Liberty St.)
specialty. FOUNTAIN PENS
MISCELLANEOUS " TYPEWRITERS
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive- STUDENT SUPPLIES
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
Good Books at Bargain Prices!.
Margaret Mitchel: "Gone With The Wind," $1.49
Alexis Carrel: "Man The Unknown," 1.39
Lin Yutang: "My Country and My People, 1.39
Roget's Thesaurus: "Dictionary Form," 1.49
"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare," 1.49
Ernest Newman: "Stories of the Great Operas," 1.59
"The New American Encyclopedia," 1.19
"The Oxford Book of English Verse,",...... 1.49
Alexander Wollcott: "The Wollcott Reader,".1.98
. _, _SERVELE

AL BULLETIN

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structive notice to all members of tho
ce of the Assistant to the President
under the direction of Miss Mary
Porter, will make its first appearance
this Sunday, singing with the Senior
Choir "Lovely Appear" by Gounod.
Miss Porter will play "Prelude, A
Minor" and "Chorale" by Bach and
Mr. Donn Chown will sing The
Deathless Army" by Trotere.
6 p.m. Student Fellowship and
Young People's Group. Regular sup-
per meeting, which will be followed
by a talk on "Unemployment and Re-
lief." Professor Beynon of the So-
ciology Department will be the guest
speaker.
Unitarian Church, 11 a .i. Morning
service "Capitulating to the People"
-election address by H. P. Marley.
7:30 p.m. Liberal Students Union-
Youth Adventure Series-Miss Lois
Jotter will speak on "Botanizing in
the Colorado Gorge."
9 p.m. Coffee hour.
Program for Sunday at the Hillel
Foundation: 6 p.m., Cost supper.
8 p.m., Forum. Speaker, Ronald
Freedman. Topic, "Palestine and the
Paritition Proposal."
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Shepard To Lead -
Sunday Roundtable
Problems arising from participation
in extra-curricular activities ,will be
discussed by Prof. John Shepard of
the psychology department at a
Freshman Roundtable to be held at
4 p.m. tomorrow under the auspices
of the Student Religious Association.
The effect of college on fortning
life interests, the facilities offered
by the university and the basis for
choosing activities will be among the
topics discussed. Roundtables are
held weekly to give freshmen the op-
portunity to meet and talk with
members of the faculty.
International Center
Offers English. Courses
The International Center will offer
two non-credit courses in spoken
English as part of its educational
program this semester. There are no
fees for the courses, but students
wishing to enroll must do so before
Thursday, Nov. 10, at the office of
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson in the Inter-
national Center. The first meetings
of the two classes will be at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 15, and Thursday,
tNov. '17.

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