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'T fT1 IITCITGAN n 1 ATTY

TIRMSDAY, NOVEMBER 29,

~THURSDAY, N~WEMBER 25

PRESIDENT'S MENU:
Boston Newsboys Contribute
Turkey for Trumans' Dinner

BY, The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27-Pres-
ident, and Mrs. Truman and a few
friends will feast on a Thanks-
giving turkey sent by Boston'
newsboys who contributed their
pennies and nickels to buy the
fowl.
When ready for the carving
knife, the bird will weigh 18 /2
pounds. It was the first of four
gobblers received by the Presi-
dent. The ether three will go into
cold storage to be eaten later, Mrs.
Maryk E. Sharpe, White House
housekeeper, said. She gave the'

Checks ...

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editorially said that many veter-
ans at the University have not re-
ceived their initial allotment
checks - some going back 14
months - and they had been
forced to borrow money from the
University while waiting.
DIRECTORY SALES
MONDAY, DEC. 2
Thanksgwing
SPECIAL
Your favorite FREE delivery
service will start serving at
5 P.M. Thursday, Nov. 28,
Thanksgiving Day.
Call 2-6429
for prompt, courteous
delivery of our famous
SANDWICHES and
VITAMIN-PACKED MILK
CHUMLEE'S

Thanksgiving Day menu as fol-
lows:
Celery and olives
Clear buillon
Roast turkey with sage and
bread dressing
Giblet gravy
Candied sweet potatoes, But-
tered peas, Cauliflower au gra-
tin
Orange and watercress Salad
with Frenh Dressing
Pumpkin pie and cheese
Candied fruits and nuts
Coffee
The President and his wife and
their few guests will sit down to
dinner at 2 p.m., probably in the
private family dining room which
is more informal than the state
dining room where last night the
brilliant aiplomatic dinner was
held.
The Trumans didn't know
whether their only child, Mar-
garet, would be home for Thanks-
giving, but Mrs. James Helm,
White House social secretary, said
Mrs. Truman was hoping she
would be. The 22-year-old girl
has been in New York studying
with her vocal teacher.
President Truman has to watch
his waistline, and Mrs. Sharpe
said she hiasinstructions to hold
down on Battening foods. But for
Thanksgiving the President is go-
ing off the diet reservation.
Outside of watching calories,
preparing menus for the Presi-
dential table is simple, Mrs.
Sharpe said. The Trunmans are
easy to please-they "really eat
everything," she said.
"The President likes beef-as
most midwesterners do," she con-
tinued. He not only eats his spin-
ach, but h likes it. The same goes
for salads. And like most men he
is a pie-eater."1

SANTA TO VISIT HIM EARLY-The parents of five-year old
Gary Hayden (right) cancer sufferer, plan to give him his toys
this week because physicians express doubt that he will live until
Christmas.
WORKERS WINTERIZE:
Building Program Will Go on
esite Lower Temperature

Dissolution of
Empires Hit
ByDifficulties
Violence Hampers
Orderly Liquidation
By JAMES D. WHITE
Associated Press Staff Writer
Whether you can shed an empire
these days without violence be-
comes daily more of a question.
Three powers-Britain, France
and The Netherlands-currently
find it increasingly difficult to
step down off the tiger of imperial-
ism they mounted so long ago. In
all three cases, plans worked out
for orderly liquidation of empire
have run into violence and blood
and death.
The Dutch-Indonesian plan is
a complicated affair involving
gradual DiAtch relaxation of In-
donesia. ahe military truce mak-
ing it possible is being broken by
Dutch and Indonesian troops still
fighting each other. The plan it-
self is being resisted hotly by con-
servatives in Holland.
The French plan for Indo-
China is even more complicated,
and here again the French are
having to fight fire with fire,
using paratroopers to put down a
Viet Nam rebellion in the north
near the Chinese border.
The British, with the biggest
empire, have the biggest prob-
lems. In Egypt, students riot
British plan to get out. But the
tiger snarls loudest in India,
where the most complex and near-
ly hopeless problem of all is being
dealt with on an admittedly
"eleventh hour" basis.
In India, riots have spread
into mass mayhem with Hindus
and Moslems throwing acid in
each othe, s faces, beating each
other witn clubs and stones.
This spectacle should be all the
more alarming to the world be-
cause is probably would only be-
come wor,;e if the British pulled
out sudden .y.
India is a crowded country of
nearly 400 000,000 people who are
split hopewssly between two large
factions whose religious faiths as-
sault each other,
North Main Opposite Court House
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SHOW
LEO GORCY in
"GAS HOUSE KIDS"
plus Ken Curtis in
"Singing on the Trail"
Cartoon, "Throwing the Bull"

Church News
The Thanksgiving activities of
the student religious organizations
will include services and parties
today and tomorrow.
The Rev. Alfred Scheips will
preach on "Count Your Many
Blessings" during a Thanksgiiving
service at 11 a.m. today in the
University Lutheran Chapel,
GAMMA DELTA will hold an ice
skating party, meeting at the Stu-
dent Center at 8 p.m. tomorrow. A.
lunch will be served at the Center
at 10 p.m.
The Community Thanksgiving
Worship Service will be held at
10:30 a.m. today in the Congre-
gational Church.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pickerill will
entertain all members of the CON-
GREGATIONAL - DISCIPLES
GUILD who will be on campus at
a "Thanksgiving at Home" from
4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Guild House.
* * *
Thanksgiving services will be
held at 10 a.m. today at the Lu-
theran Church and at 9:30 a.m. at
the Trinity Lutheran Church.
The Center will be open all day
for informal gatherings.
Thanksgiving masses for Cath-
olic students will be held at 7, 8
and 9 today.
The METHODIST WESLEYAN
GUILD will meet at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the Foundation Lounge
for an indoor picnic.
Latin Americans
Choose Leaders
Officers of the Latin American
Society, elected recently at the
first general meeting of the or-
ganization include Captain Henry
Wilson Fernandes de Souza, presi-
dent and Rafael Sabbagh, vice-
president.
Luisa Mercedes Barbosa and
Augusto Malabet were elected sec-
retary and treasurer respectively
and Augusto Malabet was chosen
as representative of the society to
the International Committee of
Foreign Students.
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U' Scientists To 1 eet
The discussion group on Control
of Atomic Energy of the Associa-
tion of University of Michigan Sci-
entists will meet at 7:15 p.m. to-
morrow in the East Council Room
of the Raickham Building. The
meeting wilt be open to the public.

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Construction on the seven edu-
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being built on campus will not be

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HELP!
PART TIME HELP
needed by
CHUMLEE'S
THE POPULARITY of this'
amazing service has spread
like wildfire across the cam-
pus and its prompt delivery
reputation has been endan-
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ient help. We need a male
student with a car to help
us deliver.
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LOST AND FOUND
STOLEN: blue and. white double bar
balloon boy's bicycle with struts Z-
2198. If seen notify F.. F. Anderson,
2-1268.
LOST:- 3-Sing blue cloth Notebook con-]
taining all semester notes and Chem-
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Alumni Hall Monday evening. Finder
please call 9461. Reward. )39
LOST ON CAMPUS-Dark green Leash
with metal clip belonging to Pepe,
who is lost without it. Reward. Phone
5947. )42
LOST: red wallet, League lounge. Keep
money, return wallet with important
papers. Return League desk. )37
LOST: Gold identification bracelet. Psi
U badge on front, "John" on back.
Reward. Call 2-3159. )36
LOST: Shaeffer fountain pen bearing
name "Keith Dodd." Finder phone
6317 for reward?
WANTED
MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. bet-
ter price paid. Sam's Store, 122 E.
Washington St. )14
DISHWASHERS for noon and evening
meals wanted by Phi Sigma Kappa,
1043 Baldwin. Call house manager,
2-6500. )16
BUSINESS SERVICES
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes for sale.
Your bike can be expertly repaired
also. )56
CHJMLEE' S
FREE DELIVERY of your favorite sand-
wiches and beverages. Every day but
Monday, 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Phone
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ELECTROLUX VACCUM CLEANERS
Sales - John Jadwin - Service
855 Tappan Phone 2-7412 or 2-2683 )41
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

TAILORING and SEWING
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES-Formals-
Remodeling-Alterations. "Bring your
sewing problems to us." Hildegarde
Shop, 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )45
MISCELLANEOUS
UNWANTED HAIR permanently re-
moved! Short wave method-faster,
painless. Phone 6373, First National
Building. )35
PHOTOSTATIC COPYING, Discharges,
Marriage Certificates, drawings en-
- larged or reduced. Leave your work
at Calkins-Fletcher Drugs. Purchase
camera. Card & Camera Shop. )30

held up by the setting in of cold
weather.
Herbert ' Hicks, plant extension
department clerk of the works,
said yesterday that special precau-
tions are taken when concrete is
poured in temperatures below 40
degrees, but, that all work possible
in mild weather will be continued
even when freezing temperatures
prevail. However, work will be
slowed down because concrete sets
more slowiv in cold weather and
because workmen, especially car-
penters, are restricted by heavy
clothes and gloves.
When necessary, warm concrete
mix will be poured. Additional
heat to ai1 setting will be pro-
vided by , alamander stoves set
around the newly poured sections
and between floors. Four inch lay-
ers of straw will also be spread on
newly poured floors to help retain
the heat.
Bricklaying in temperatures be-
low 25 degrees will require the use
of warm mortar and warm bricks.
Salamander heating will also be
provided.

WU E ITH
Now Playing
"CANYON PASSAGE"
Susan Hayward
with Dana Andrews
Brian Donlevy
in Technicolor
-and-
"INSIDE JOB"
with Preston Foster

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1 to 11 P.M.

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NEWS - ODDITY

HELP WANTED

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GIRLS, 17 and over. We will train you
for a care;r as a telephone operator.
An experienced operator is always in
demand. Amply at Mich. Bell Tele-
phone Co., 323 E. Washington St. )43
BOY TO WORK In fraternity house
kitchen for meals. 2-3 hours peruday.
Call 2-6824. )1
STUDENTS for part time work at soda
fountain. Swifts Drug Store, 340 S.
State, Ph. 3534. )34
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Tux and tails.combination.
Size 36-37. Phone 2-6150.
ROADMASTER Whizer Motor Bike,
completely equipped with generator,
basket, carrier, etc. $110, or Whizzer
Bike Motor $60. All in perfect con-
dition. Call 5088, 5-7 p.m. )40
PRACTICALLY NEW Formal Attire,
Tux and Tails. Size 40. Pre-war ma-
terial. Worn once. Phone 5168. )41
$700 DOWN, SMALL HOME. Move in
now. 1 block from bus. Utilities in.
Balance like rent. Owner 2-1575 )31
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: Ride to New York City or
Vicinity on Dec. 20 or 21, for young
married couple. Will share expenses
and driving. Call 2-6869 after 5 p.m.
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In case of snow, exterior wo rk
will have to be postponed, Hicks
said. Portions of the building on
which the next work will be re-
sumed will be covered by canvas MEN DO MAKE PASSES
so that construction can be
promptly started when the snow
stops. AT GIRLS WHO WEAR GLASSES
Lew is... Inconspicuous contact lenses can give
(Continued from page 1) you added glanour. Consult us about
ed that the case should be dis- having a pair filed.
missed undr the Norris-LaGuar-
dia Act which forbids injunctive
processes in labor disputes.
But Goldsborough remarked
that he didn't think it made any
difference, so far as the contempt
case is involved, whether this act
applies to the soft coal case or
not.
"If the defendants disregarded
the restraining order, then they
are guilty of contempt of court
whether the Norris-LaGuardia 410 WOLVERINE BLDG. Phone 6019
Act applies or does not apply,"
the judge said. "That, in this
court's opinion, is the law."

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