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PAGE TWO -
Cohen To Talk
Oii Present-Day
Post-War Job s

THE MICHIG A N D AILYI

sUNI:AY, MARCH 19, 1944

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Lecture To Decal
With Discrimination
In Various Careers

Mr. Albert Cohen of the Jewish
Vocational Service in Detroit, willI
lecture on "Job Opportunities Now
and After the War," 8 p.m. Tuesday
at the Hillel Foundation.
The lecture will deal with discrim-
inatory practices in various careers
with special emphasis on the employ-
ment difficulties of American Jews.
Mr. Cohen will also describe new
fields in which minority groups can
find employment.
Advice will be given to freshmen
and others now considering fields of
concentration in an effort toward re-
directing those who may be making
unfortunate choices or who have not
investigated the variety of fields
open for employment. A motion pic-
ture will accompany the lecture.
The .Nisei group on campus has
been invited and special attention
will be devpted to the employment
problems facing Japanese-Ameri-
cans.
A vocational guidance examination
will be given on Sunday, April 2, to
a limited group of students.{
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DETROIT, March 18.-(A)-Tax
r forms 1040-ES, for estimating tax-
# able inzcomes for 1944, are to be
iled next week, Giles Cavanagh,
Collector of Internal Revenue, said
today. The filing deadline on the
forms is April 15.
He stated that the forms would go
to 750,000 who filed estimates of 1943
income last September. Persons now
eligible, who did not file last Septem-
ber, may obtain forms by writing or
calling in person at the Federal Buil-
ding here.
Those who asked for refunds of
taxes overpaid in 1943 cannot apply
the amounts overpaid to their esti-
mated 1944 tax on the new forms,
because they will not have received
actual payment from the government
before the filing deadline.

ONCE PRISONERS OF war in Germany, these U.S. soldier heroes who
returned to this country on the exchahge ship Gripsholm, relax at
Halloran Hospital in New York City. Bearded soldier is Lt; Edmond
Kennedy, Cambridge, Mass., winner of the Purple Heart and Air Medal.
Next to. hint is Lt. Edward F. Jobb, Orel, and third from right is Lt.
Robert J: Jones, Wichita, Kan., Purple heart winner. -AP Wirephoto
NEW COVERED WAGON:- *
Ranksa AnnArborFireHouse

Prof. McChtsky
Stresses Need
For Leadership
College Students Must
Be Tau ght To See
Their Place ini Society
The attitude that students are sent
to college only to improve themselves
and not to help their community must
be changed, Prof. Howard Y. Mc-
Clusky said at a panel discussion on
"Post-War Education as a Religious
Opportunity" yesterday.
He stressed the need for trained
leadership in taking the responsibility
in aiding the community and in-
creasing control over persons by the
individuals concerned. The trend
toward centralizations of power has
seldom been for the welfare of the
people nor have there been religious
motifs involved, he explained.
William Muehl, acting director of
SRA, was also on the panel as well
as Elizabeth Hawley, '44, who held
that students are interested and feel
responsible for the post-war and
such serious problems. Makepeace
Tsao, Grad., believes that students
have a more practical point of view,
and in trying to live together religion
alone is not sufficient.
"The present generation is better
in that it combines realism with spir-
itialism," Prof. McClusky concluded,
"and religious education has a very
serious problem in pointing out op-
portunities to seek, the values of life."
Post-Graduate
Crnises Given
Now in progress at the W. K. Kel-
logg Institute of Post-Graduate Den-
tistry are three two-week courses in
oral surgery, complete denture pros-
thesis and partial denture prosthesis.
These courses are for the benefit of
graduate students and practicing
dentists who usually enroll each year
to keep informed of any new trends
in dentistry. They are limited from
eight to twelve students each, and at
present have a total enrollment of
32 men.

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PRILYN SHOPPE
Yor Ea ster Cothes
Now .,.. Today . .. while selections
beatifl+ is the time to make
your choice-
FROCKS
FORMALS
COAS
As always, our usual Ppular prices prevail.

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1UT Alumni Hold Panel Discussions
In conjunction with a .criCS
panel discussions sponsored by the erica; China, India and Turkey, three kAmerica on March 21 at the Uni-
Alumni Association for the further- speakers from the University will )i versity of Michigan Club of Grosse
ance of understanding of Latin Am- take part in discussions on Latin Pointe.

Ann Arbor's Fire Department now
boasts of one new streamlined truck,
"like we've never had before," and
an aerial truck that dates back to
1916.
The new truck is equipped with a
heater, and a covered cab. "Firemen
can sitain the truck, smoke a ciga-
rette, and keep warm, while they
direct the hose toward the fire," said
Deputy John Zahn of the depart-
ment, as he explained the mechanics
of the new truck yesterday.
"Returning from a fire, the men;
no longer have to ride in the open
air. They can make themselves com-
fortable in the cab, and get warm.
This will prevent a lot of sickness,
for firemen getting wet at fires and
riding back in~ the open air, often,
come down with colds," continued
Zahn.
The other attraction at the fire
house is an aerial truck (hook and
ladder), that was purchased on Feb.
29, 1916. Although the department
has had the truck for 28 years, the

truck's seventh birthday was cele-
brated on Feb. 29, 1944.
When the department first ac-1
quired the truck it had hard tires
and wooden wheels. It now sports
rubber tires and steel wheels.
The 1916 truck was once .hit by a
streetcar and twisted in two, but was
repaired.-
Limited Number
Ma Be Deferred
WASHINGTON, March 18.-(/P-
Agreement was reported reached to-
day between the armed services and
production agencies whereby about
40,000 men under 26 who have key
jobs in war industries will be deferred
from the draft.
War Production Board sources said
this was the effect of a policy under-
standing arrived at by'representa-
tives of the WPB, the War Manpower
Commission and the Army and Navy.

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CLASSIFIED
RATES
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
crease of 10c for each
additional 5 words.)
Non-Contract
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of 25c for each
additional 5 words.)
Contract Rates on Re~guest
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Lifetime Shaeffer with name
Orris Mills on it. Call 6123. Reward.
LOST-Fri. night. Small gold ident-
ification bracelet engraved Cassie.
Call 587 Jordan. Reward.
YELLOW gold Waltham Premier
watch, white gold back, rectangular
" shape, double black strap. Between
S&ction A (Lawyer's Club) and
Officer's Club. Reward. Call Ad-
jutant JAG School.

WANTED TO RENT
SERVICEI\I[AN'S WIFE and two chil-
dren will pay anything within rea-
son for furnished house or apart-
ment, large or small. Will make
cash deposit for proper care of
property. Local references. Call
Room 24, Allenel Hotel.
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Experienced salesladies
for ready to wear. Part time work,
Dixie Shop, 224 South Main Street.
HELP WANTED - FEMALE: Night
switchboard operator. 5 nights a
week. Experience unnecessary.
Apply King-Seeley Corp. Office,
1st and Williamns St. 2-6531
ROOMS
ROOM in private home for graduate
or employed woman. Garage avail-
able. Convenient to bus. 3958,
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 S.
State.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for
your discarded wearing apparel.
Claud Brown, 512 S. Main Street.

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