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March 31, 1940 - Image 7

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Hillel Members
To Vote Today
For Counilor
Council To Selet Three
More Students To Aid
In Legislating Affairs
Twelve students will be chosen as
members of the Hillel Council in the
three-day election which begins to-
Voting will be held during this peri-
od from 9 a.m. to noon, 1 to 5 p.m.
and 7 to 11 p.m. at the Hillel Founda-
tion and from 2 to 6 p.m. at Lane Hall.
All Hillel members are eligible to
vote if they bring their identification
cards and affiliate membership cards
to the polls.
The newly elected members will join
with the members of the old Council
to select three additional students to
help legislate Hillel affairs together
with the Editor of ,the Hillel News,
the president of Avukai and the presi-
dent of the Hillel Players will also
serve on the Council.:
Candidates in the election are Shir-
ley Altschuler, '43, Helen Bittker, '42,
David Crohn, '43, David Davidson,
Grad., Gerald Davidson, '43, Norma
Ginsberg, '41, Ben-Zion Gotlib, '40,
and Betty Grant, '43.
The list continues with Arnold
Horelick, '42, Laura Katzenel, '41,
Theodore Leibovitz, '40, Herbert Lon-
don, '43, Jerome Mecklenburger, '40,
Anita Newblatt, '41, Bettijane Reich-
dr, '42, and Beverly Sadwith, '42.
Other contestants for Council posts
are Shirley Silver, '42, Edith Silver-
man,'41, William Simon, '41, Evelyn
Sislin, '41, Sidney Steinhart, '41, Jean
Tenofsky, '41, Shirley Toubus, '42,
Marcia Wilk, '41, and Irving Zeiger,
Mike Wallace, Morris Hall alum-
nus, now with WOOD in Grand Rap-
ids, is back in towm for the weekend.
He has three exclusive shows at the
nonce-doing commercials for "The
Inlaws," daily transcribed serial, as
well as commercial cut-ins for the
daily "Story of Mary Marlin," and
giving away $25 daily on the "Sack
0' Silver" program.
"Join the Choir". begins the broad-
casting today, for the last radio week
till the summer term. Duane Nel-
son, Grad., and Mary Jordan, '40,
will render poetry readings with re-
ligious connotations while Kenneth
Westerman and the quartet provide
the music selections. Bob Olman,
Grad., presides at the organ, Ward
Quall, '41 announces-over WJR at
9 a.m.
The final "Marital Relations" pro-
gram, for which fan mail has deluged
Morris Hall, then offers "The Family
Function in a Well Coordinated Com-
munity" at 12:30 p.m., over WJR.
James E. Stermer, Community Co-
ordinator at the Michigan Child
Guidance Institute, is the speaker,
John Gelder, '40, announcer.
Then transcriptions of the musical
ensemble under directionr of Hanns
Pick, professor of violincello at the
University School of Music, will be
played from Pontiac's station WCAR
at 1:15 p.m.
Tomorrow, "A Lantern in Her
Hand," adapted from the novel by
Bess Streeter Aldrich, will be pre-
sented over WCAR and WMBC at
2:45 p.m., under the direction of Mar-
guerite Mink, '41. Those in the cast
are Lucy Jones, Grad,- Kay Dolch,
Orad., Knobby Knobloch, '40, Janet
Homer, '41, Bob Cohn, '41, Laya

Wainger, '41, Claire Cook, '41, Tee
Fox, '40, Ruth Barber, '40, and Rose
Ollesheimer, '41. Elaine Alpert, '41,
announces, while Donn Chown, Grad.,
provides the sounds, and Charlie
Zwick, '40, the music.
The last of the "Campus Research
Tour" programs then emanates from
the University Museums, where Mar-
gery Soenksen and Donn Chown will
interview B. A. de Vere Bailey, assist-
ant in the division of the Orient.
WJR is the station, 3:30 p.m. the time,
and Norman Oxhandler, '41, the an-
Frain, Slomovitz
To Speak At Hillel
Rabbi Leon Fram, religious direc-
tor of the Temple Beth El in Detroit,
will speak on "The Peace That Shall
Follow This War" at 10:30 a.m. to-
day in the Hillel Foundation.
At 2:30 p.m. Rabbi Fram will lead
an open forum discussion at Pi Lamb-
da Phi Fraternity.
A graduate of the University of
Cincinnati and the Hebrew Union
College, Rabbi Fram has been active
in many welfare activities in Detroit
serving as president of the League for
Human Rights and being a member
of both the Board of the Jewish
Community and the Board of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Philip Slomovitz, editor of the De-
unit:4 _Tan urkh t'N. , 4 nl a ill1 QnanL-, n

Student Enters
At Age Of 21
Ann Arbor's yotingest politician
will make his ballot debut tomorrow
when local voters go to the polls to
select township officers for the com-
ing year.
He is Robert McAuliffe, '41, who has
just become old enough to throw his
hat in the ring. McAuliffe was nom-
inated recently by the Ann Arbor
township Democratlc Party to run
for township clerk.
Despite the fact that many persons
have shown interest in his debut, Mc-
Auliffe is not optimistic, since Wash-
tenaw County usually votes Repub-
lican. In addition, he has had little
time to devote to his campaign. He
works 40 hours a week at the Ford
plant in Ypsilanti besides carrying a
full schedule of studies.
"My real reason in entering the
race," McAuliffe explains, "was not
so mruchl in hopes of winning as a sort
of public declaration of my interest
in community politics."
McAuliffe intends to make a career
of politics. At present he is major-
ing 'in history in order to provide
himself with a constitutional back-
ground, and is minoring in economics
for the analytical side of community
Upon graduating from the liter-
ary college, he will follow in the
footsteps of such Michigan states-
men as Tom Dewey, Senator Van-
denberg and Frank Murphy by en-
rolling in the Law School.
Alpha Phi Omega
Invites Boy Scouts
Stuldents in the University who
have beensmembers of the Boy Scouts
of America or who are still affiliated
with the organization are invited to
attend the meeting of Alpha Phi
Omega, national service fraternity, to
be held at 8l p.m. Thursday in Lane
Alpha Phi Omega is an organiza-
tion designed to be of service to the
campus and community.

First Showing
Of Local Film
Prenrere Of At.n Arbor
Picture Is Scheduled
For Pettengill School
(Continued from Page 1)

director and the plot, according to the
cliche expert, thickens.
J im Bob Stephenwson, '43, pjromi-
uent in forimer years in the Childl'tin
Theatre and University High School
Productions, will be Newsboy Jimmy.
Thomas Goodwin, '43, takes the role
of a cameraman:
"We're in the Movies" will be shown
twicedtomorrow, with short subjectti
included. The first show, starting,
at 7:30 p.m., will be followed by an
intermission during which the stars
will be introduced from the stage. The
second show will follow at 9:30 p.m.
Shows will be held at the same times
Tuesday, with an extra matinee at
3:45 p.m. for children.
Tickets may be purchased for 35
cents, 10 cents for children, at the
Junior Chamber of Commerce Office,
corner of Fourth and Ann Streets,
or on campus from Robert A. Duval in
the registrar's office, Room 4, Uni-
versity Hall.
Members Of Senior Class.
Are Asked To Pay Dues
All members of the class of 1940
who have not as yet paid their senior
dues of one dollar per student are
urged to do so before vacation, Don
Nixon, '40, chairman of the Finance
Committee announced yesterday.
Dues will be collected throughout
the week by thesenior class officers
and the members of the-Finance



Last year, when the citizens of Ann Arbor voted favorably on
the establishment of a Pension aid Retirement Fund for the mem-
hers of the Police and Fire Department, it was acknowledged that the
State Act under which the Pension and Retirement Fund would he

Fortunately, the required Le gislative action was taken so as
to eliminate the defects referred to, and the Act, as amended, is
now satisfactory.
At the present time the fund is operated under the original Act,
and it is our recommendation that the citizens of Ann Arbor adopt
the 1939 amendments to the Act so that the fund may be operated on

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adopting the amendments, in order to assure the Firemen and Police-
men of the City of Ann Arbor that their Pension and Retirement Fund

Following is a copy of the ballot on which the proposed
charter amendment to Section 63-A will appear:


'CON 1NIthe
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SECTION 63-A. The Common Council shall provide for the estab-
lishment, maintenance and administration of a system of pensions and
retirements for the benefit of the personnel of the Fire and Police Depart-
ments and for the widows and children of such members, and for the
creation of a Board of Trustees to manage and operate the same and may
authorize appropriations and deductions from salaries, in accordance with
the provisions of Act. 345, Public Acts, for 1937, as amended by Act. 210,

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