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Judge Payne Grants Student
Vets Break in Traffic Fines


reported by police during the first
two weeks of November were student
drivers, Judge Payne said.
Low Fines
These facts were revealed as a re-
sult of a recent protest made before
Ann Arbor Common Council by Po-
lice Chief Casper Enkeman, who al-
leged that higher fines would reduce
local traffic violations. Chief Enke-
man said that present fines were sc
low that they had no effect upon
In defending his policy in regard to
traffic violaxors who appear in Mu-
nicipal Court, Judge Payne said that
of 60 recent violators, all but one were
first offenders.
No Repeaters
Since the great majority of cul-
prits are local residents, the fact that
they seldom epeat, indicates, I be-
lieve, that the manner in which they
are disposed of is productive of good
results," Judge Payne added.
Chief Enkeman said yesterday that
the traffic squad would continue reg-
ular enforcement of the 25 mile per
hour speed limit throughout the city.
Pointing out that one of the main
trouble spots was the Washtenaw
Ave. entranca to the city, the chief
asked for the cooperation of student
motorists from Willow Run in keep-
ing speeds down.
Ruthven Will
T'alk at CCNY
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will speak tonight at the College of
the City of New York in a program
honoring the 100th anniversary of the
founding of that institution.
The program will be an educa-
tional conference on the general sub-
ject of education for living. Presi-
dent Ruthv? a's topic will be "Con-
tinuing Education Through Life; the
Role of the College in Adult Educa-
tion." The invitation to take part in
the event was extended to Dr. Ruth-
ven by H. N. Wright, president of
Hold Those Bonds!

Veterans who have been planning
,o spend their state bonus money for
Christmas present s had better
.hange their plans to include a new
Easter wardrobe instead, according
to the state Office of Veterans Af-
Apparently it will be some time be-
fore Michigan's World War II veter-
ans receive the cash, since "before a
bonus can be paid, the cash must be
raised; to raire the cash, bonds must
be sold to the investing public; before
bonds can be sold, they have to be
... at the Village

printed; and before' they can be
printed, the Legislature must specifi-
cally authorize the state treasurer to
do so."
Before any action can be taken to
pay the bonus the State Legislature
must designate an agency to do the
job and provide it with a sizeable ap-
propriation to handle the 750,000 ex-
pected applications.
Since a special session of the Legis-
lature might cost the state as much
as $1,500,000 for administration
alone, it appears doubtful that any
official action to initiate the chain
of activities necessary for the pay-
ment will be taken at least until
January when the new Legislature
Anditions Scheduled

LOTS OF CARS BUT NO COAL-A mile-long string of coal cars stands empty in the huge Norfolk & West-
ern Yards near Williamson, W. Va. The cars arrived as the walkout of United Mine Workers began to para-
lyze operations in West Virginia coal mines.

FEPC Drive
Will Continue
The local petition campaign for
state FEPC legislation will be in-
tensified this week-end, George An-
tonofsky, chairman of the FEPC
Coordinating Committee, announced
Beginning today, the present door-
to-door drive for signatures will be
augmented Lv the circulation of peti-
tions at booths on State Street in
front of Nichols Arcade and the in-
tersection of Main and East Liberty.
Antonofsky also reported that the
Dec. 1 deadline on signatures had
been extended to Dec. 20 by Mrs.
Louella Smith, Washtenaw County
Clerk, who has promised to facilitate
the receipt and transmission of peti-
tions to Lansiri'g.
Hold Those Bonds!

U.S. Offers Conpromise on
Removal of Trieste Troops

NEW YORK, Nov. 22-/P)-The
United States offered a new com-
promise tonight to meet Russian.de-
mand for a definite deadline on re-
moval of foreign troops from Trieste.
Persons present at the delibera-
tions of the Foreign Ministers Coun-
cil said that Secretary of State
Byrnes suggested a clause which
would call for simultaneous with-
drawal of all foreign troops from the
area within 45 days after the Gov-
ernor of Trieste notified the United
Nations Security Council that he is
able to maintain order without them.
Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov
as yet has not approved the com-
promise offer, still insisting that it

shows lack of confidence in the peo-
ple of Trieste.
At the heart of the dispute rested
mutual fears of how the veto power
would be used once the issue was
resolved. If Russia won its point,
the Soviet Union could block return
of troops to the strategic port in the
event of trouble there. On the other
hand, should the power to fix the
deadline for the troop departure be
left in the hands of the Security
Council as the Western Powers ad-
vocate, any one of them could pre-
vent the removal indefinitely.
Hold Those Bonds!

Open House .. .
There will be an- informal open
house for all married students and
their wives from 8,to 11:30 p.m. to-
day at West Court Community Build-
Dancing, bridge, bingo, music, and
ping pong will be included. Refresh-
ments will be served.
* * 4
Blithe Spirit .u .
The second performance of Noel
Coward's "Blithe Spinit" will be pre-
sented by the Little Theatre Group
at 8 p.m. today at West Lodge Audi-
The Little Theatre Groups consists
of students and wives at Willow Vil-
lage who organized in October to pro-
duce a series of three-act plays on a
non-profit basis for Village residents.
There is no admission charge, but
contributions will be accepted.
Coming Events . .
A classical iecord concert at 3 p.m.
and movies of the Michigan-Wiscon-
sin football game at 6:45 p.m. are
scheduled for West Lodge tomorrow.
At West Court, the Christ Fellow-
ship Group will have a worship serv-
ice led by Rev, J. Edgar Edwards at
4 p.m. tomorrow..
Last Day Today ----
with Robert Donat
with Roy Rogers
Sunday and Monday --

For Winter Review
Auditions for students interested
in taking part in the annual Winter
Review will te held at 3:30 p.m. to-
day in the Union.
Winter Review is sponsored by the
Union. League, M-Club, Men's Glee
Club and Women's Glee Club. There
are openings for talent as specialty
acts, musicians, singers or dancers.
The event features all-campus tal-
ent, and students are urged to try-
out. The room for the auditions will
be posted on the bulletin board in
the Union lobby.
Iranian Official Arrives
Dr. H. Hafezi, represnetative of the
Iranian Ministry of Public Health,
will be in Ann Arbor from today
through Dec. 1.
He is in this country to study pub-
lic health conditions and institutions.
~ Diamonds
O and
S58 Rings
717 North University Ave.
North Main Opposite Court Souse
Today thru Monday
News and Serial No. 11

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Starting Sunday

WILL PERSON vho traded-fheld coats with
me Thurs., Nov. 21, at George's Grill
cantact me at Box 2, Michigan Daily.)24
LOST: Glasses and brown Shaeffer pen, be-
tween Union and West Engine Bldg.,
Thursday p.is. Reward. Please call 4121
Ext. 2145, Bettyann Larsen. )87
LOST: Man's Bulova wrist watch between
State and Soutb Division Wednesday
night. Call 2-6767. Reward. )83
LOST: Gray gabardine topcoat bearing la-
bel of "Heavenrichs, Saginaw" in League
on Nov. 21. Reward. Bernard Stone. Ph.
3097, 532 Packard. )4
LOST: My Naval officer's overcoat was
traded for a civilian coat at Union Wed-
nesday, Nov. 20. Box 47, Michigan Daily.
LOST: History 173 notes, left in West Gal-
lery AMH, Nov. 19. Finder please call
Don Schiller, 7331. )6
LOST: Will the student who inadvertantly
took four issues of 'Print" from 4201
Angell Hail a month ago please return?
LOST: strayed, midget black female cocker
spaniel, from 1395 Enfield Court, Willow
Village. Reward. )18
LOST: Brown initialedrosary beads, on
campus or In p~rivate ear picking up stu-
dents Nov. 15 at State. Call Chrystal,
7237. ) 84
LOST: Parker "51" Pen, grey and gold.
Name engraved. Reward. Sally Ann
Farquhar. 7859. )2
LOST: Brown-Camel-Hair Coat in lobby of
West Quad. Reward Gerald Bowers, Rm.
315 Allen 11umsey, Phone 2-4401. )86

BASKET BALL ianager and players for
city league. Call Harold, 8815. )13
MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. A better
price paid. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
TWO Experienced Busboys desire part-
time job for meals. Write Box 14, Michi-
gan Daily. )10
Christmas holidays. Share expenses,
driving. Contact Michigan Daily, Box 50.
WANTED: Ride to Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 20.)
Married couple. Share expenses, reliable
driver. Wendell Jackson, 3560 W-2, 1605
Monson Ct., W.R. )40
STUDENT found old pen. Wishes to sell
new Eversharp CA below retail. 4211
after 6 P.M. )5
FORMAL wine-colored velvet evening coat,
lined with white silk. Size 16, perfect
condition. Price $12.00. Phone: 8579 af-
ter 6 p.m. )1
THE Rosicrucian Fellowship, Mt. Ecclesia,
Oceanside, California suggest the follow-
ing books for Christmas Gifts to your
friends or to yourself: "Mystery of the
Great Opera," "Ancient and Modern In-
itiation," 'Free Masonry and Catholi-
cism," 'In the Land of the Living Dead,"
"The Mystical Interpretation of Christ-
mas." For information call 2-1507. )52
WANTED: Ride to Escanaba or vicinity by
two male students on Dec. 20. Will share
expenses and criving. )27

Sales -- John Jadwin - Service
855 Tappan Phone 2-7412 or 2-2683
TYPEWRITERS, office machines cleaned,
repaired. Work guaranteed. Three-day
service. Calculators sold and rented.
Pick-up and delivery, Office Equipment
Service Co., 111 S. 4th Ave., 2-1213, )26
MIDWAY Bicycle shop, 322 E. Liberty. We
have rebuilt used bikes for sale. Your
bike can be expertly repaired also. )56
FREE DELIVERY of your favorite sand-
wiches and beverages. Every day but
Monday. 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Phone 2-6429.
$15 REWARD for information leading to
a single room for the spring and sub-
sequent semesters reasonably near cam-
pus for a male student. Box 4. )9
ONIONS to "That Sorority Administrator"
for her moral conversation campaign.
Our sympathy, but no co-operation. )25
modeling-Alterations. "Bring your sew-
ing problems to us." Hildegarde Shop,
116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )45

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30c to 5 P.M.

You undoubtedly realize the impor-
tance of the United States Savings
Bond Program in the overall man-
agement of the national debt. This
program which has as its basis the
promotion of thrift is of real impor-
tance to you and the country as a
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