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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T1UESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1946

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Pro ram For
Vet Families
To Include Social,
Religious Services
"Bringing the church to the vil-
lage," the Willow Run Village Re-
ligious Council of Churches, di,-
rected by Rev. J. Edgar Edwards
has inaugurated a religious, social
aid service program for veterans
and their families.
Founded as a result of th- i-
terest of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti
ministers and religious workers,
six denominations, Baptist, Con-
gregatiorial Christian, Disciples
Episcopal, Methodist and Presby-
terian cooperate in the council.
Church services are held fror
10:45 to 11:45 a.m. every Sunda.:
in the West Court Communit
Building which the University ha
turned over to the Council for re-
ligious work for the day.
Music for the services is pro-
vided by records at present but
choir under the direction of Mr,
John Larsen, who is majoring i
music at ;he University, may soc
be ready. The choir rehearses a-
West Court at 8 p.m. every Wed-
nesday.
Concerned with the religious ed
ucation of children, as well a,
adults, the Council plansto pro-
vide a church school in the near
future. A rnursery for childrei
during te Sunday services how
is also ply ned.
The C?-. stian Fellowship Grour'
already mimbering 30 people
meets fr worship, study, discus-
sion and social events at 4 p.m.
every S av. At present th-i
group i. , dying "The Develop-
mient of ' ,at Concepts in the Bi -
ble."
Persono counseling is offerer.
by Rev. Edwards during the week
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Weekd ays 30c to 5 P.M.
-Now
K Y

OUTSTANDING CARE:
Wagner Outlines Medical
SProgram Given Students

HORSE IN COURT-This little mare was hauled up four floors in an elevator and led into district
court in Portland, Ore., as an exhibit in the trial of Albert Price on a charge of cruelty to an animal.
Neighbors testified Price dragged the animal behind his pick-up truck in an effort to "break" her.
Willow Village Theatre Needs Additional Help
Mennonite costumes, a stage newly formed Willow Village The- The Blithe Spirit earlier this year,
,rew, with or \without experience, atre Group, according to Donald plans to put on Papa Is All, a
.nd anyone interested in dra- pany. comedy by Patterson Greene, next
niatics are badly needed by the The group, which presented month.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

University students and their
wives and children have one of the
most complete programs of med i-
"al care to be found on any col-
lege campus in the country, Her-
bert P. Wagner, business manager
of University Hospital, said in a
statement to The Daily.
The statement was issued in re-.
sponse to inquiries from the Vet-
erans' Service Bureau as to hosili-
tal facilities available to married
students and their families.
The text of Wagner's state-
ment follows:I
"Insofar as the facilities of thel
University Hospital a nd the
Health Service are involved there
is no distinction between student
veterans and non-veterans. The
facilities of the University Health
Service are open to practically all
University students with a few
exceptions for the care of less
acute cases. However, the Health
Service also has available, through
the facilities of the University
Hospital, the services of a staff of
specialists in nearly every field of
medicine, and students are fre-
quently referred to the Hospital.
When a student is referred to the
Hospital the Health Service pays
a certain portion of the hospital
charges in conformity with Health
Service regulations, and any ex-
cess is borne by the student. The
combinednfacilities of the Health
Service and the Hospital provide
the student with one of the out-
standing programs of medlical care
to be found on college campuses
throughout the country.
Referral Hospital
"The University Hospital is a
"referral hospital" under action of
the University Board of Regents:
that is, a letter of referral from 'a
practicing physician is required
before a patient is permitted tc
register in the Hospital. However.
the Regents have waived this ruli
in the case of the wives and chil-
dren of University students.
"The Hospital is strictly a self-
supporting institution as it re-
ceives no direct appropriations
from any source. It is run on ar
"ability to pay" principle and al
"ases are billed on an individu&
basis. A proposal, made recentl7
by the University Veterans' Coun-
cil to enable University students t
enroll their families in one of the
established plans for group hos-
pitalization, was dropped because

of an apparent lack of interest
by the veterans due to the finan-
cial outlay involved. However, if
the wife or a child of a Univer-
sity student receives attention at
the University Hospital as clini-
cal patients, they are charged on
the established principle of "abil-
ity to pay."
Special Vet Problems
It was pointed out that the care
of University students is handled
by the Health Service supplement-
ed by the facilities of the Univer-
sity Hospital. However, n the case
of speeirl medical problems in-
vulvitg veterans, Ransom Hawley,
contact representative for the
Veterans' Administration, is avail-
able for consultation. Psychiatric
cases may be handled through the
Veterans' Rehabilitation Center at
the University Hospital.
University Hospital authorities
have explained more fully the re-
ferral connection of the Health
Service with the Hospital. If a
student enters the Hospital un-
der Health Service referral the
Health Service provides for a con-
siderable portion of the hospital
expenses, However, if a student
referred by the Health Service
elects to become the private pa-
tient of a part time staff member,
he may do so, Students entering
the Hospital without any Health
Service referral whatsoever are
entirely responsible for their own
hospitalization, including the
services of the attending physi-
;ian.
Many veterans and student vet-
rans are taking advantage of the
acilities of the Well Baby Clinic,
upervised by the Department of
Pediatrics. All those who attend
he clinic must be registered at the
University Hospital where a de-
ermination of. their eligibility to
he services of the clinic is made."
Hold Those Bonds!

Curate Raised
To Priesthood
Shufelt Is Ordained
By Bishop Creighton
The Rev. John M. Shufelt, cur-
ate at St. Andrew's Episcopal
Chur~ch, was ordained to 'the
priesthood yesterday by the Rt.
Rev. Frank W. Creighton, Bishop
of the Diocese of Michigan.
Mr. Shufelt came to Ann Arbor'
Aug. 1 to become the assistant to
the Rev. Henry Lewis at St. An-
drew's Church. He was graduated
from the Episcopal Theological
School and ordained to the dea-
conate June 9 at Christ Church,
Cambridge, Mass. Before entering
the ministry he spent five years
teaching, and served as an officer
in the Naval Reserve.
The Rt. Rev. Richard S. M.
Emrich, suffragan bishop, pre-
sented Mr. Shufelt for ordination,
and the Rev. Henry Lewis
preached the sermon.

After Christmas
At our new address
115 West Liberty
12 block beyond
Main Street

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IIOLID V
GREETINGS
TO ALL
SLook our best for the holday (
r with a Personality Hair Style,
Facial, a Scalp Treatment. You
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S EE U S!.

ROOM AND BOARD

BOOM AND BREAKFAST for student
staying Xmas vacation in exchange
for three hours work daily. Phone
4523. ) 17
VHY DON'T one of youprospective
grads do a frustrated undergrad a
favor and turn over your rm. or apt.
to my wife and I next semester. Ph.
7691. Ask for Gus. (I can make it
worth your while!) )11
FOR SALE
LADIES BICYCLE $30. George Piran-
ian, 205 W. Engine. )33
OR SALE: two record players in good
condition. Call 2-0435 evenings. )3
NEW Spalding, Jones, Hager. golf clubs,
bags and golf balls. Call 2-2058.
Johnny Malloy, Pro. )50
FOR SALE: One tuxedo suit, size 36;
2 driss shirts; one weskit. Phone
2-5685 Ext. 18. )10
RADIO-PHONOGRAPH, new. Must sell.
Ideal for Christmas Gift. Portable.
Good deal. Call 2-6636 evenings. )21
35 Olds coupe, clean, 4 new tires, heat-
er. 1594 Sudbury, Willow Village. Af-
ter 6 p.m., or write Box 85 Daily. )59
WOMEN'S white figure skates, size 9.
Canadian blades. Seldom worn, $9.00.
Call Joan. 6922. )60
FOR SALE: Ladies' black skunk jacket,
worn few times. Must sell. Size 10-11.
Bargain P60. 2-2704 evenings. )22
1937 FORD TUDOR. New clutch, com-
pletely reconditioned motor. Runs
perfectly. Telephone 2-0970 between
9 and 5. )35
TWO OVERCOATS, 37-38. Dark blue
(like new, $60 value) $30; Gray at $20.
Apt. 4, 820 E. Ann, after 5. )13
4-BUCKLE GALOSHES, mens. One pair
new half-rubbers, size 1011x. Philco
tabl& radio, 5-tube. 821 Packard, ph.
2-1919. )42
SCHWINN LIGHT WEIGHT man's bi
cycle. Excellent condition. Gener-
ator headlight, tail-light, basket,
kickstand, frame lock, 104 Forest aft-
er 5 p. m. )1
TAILORING and SEWING
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES-Formals--
Remodeling-Alterations. "Bring your
sewing problems to us." Hildegarde
Shop, 116 E. Huron. 2-4669. )45
MISCELLANEOUS
SOUNDS LIKE OPPORTUNITY
FOR ME
IF YOU ARE - Looking for a ca-
reer, we may have exactly what
you want - work that's interest-
ing, important, and pleasant.
Michigan Bell needs young wom-
en to help meet the demand for
telephone service. Apply
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
323 E. WASHINGTON

WANTED TO RENT
LEAVE OF ABSENCE? Physician (vet-
eran) and wife need house. Able to
return to present room at your con-
venience. Local references. Phone Dr.
or Mrs. Lowe, 21278. )27
WANTED
WANTED: TUTORING IN CMIII. Call
8715 after 5 p.m. )51
WANTED: Man or couple to care for
furnace Christmas vacation. Couple
get1apartment, man gets pay. Phone
7331. ) 29
TWO MAIN FLOOR tickets adjacent
seats for Horowitz piano concert Jan-
uary 17. Write Box 10, Michigan
Daily. ) 26
DO YOU want to create a happy home?
Student veteran wants to get mar-
ied during Xmas vacation and needs
apartment in Ann Arbor. Our child-
ren will forever be indebted. Reply
Box 1, Michigan Daily. )36
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.
needs two men for selling positions
in connection with sale of accounting
machines to banks, manufacurers,
retailers. Knowledge of bookkeeping
desirable. Training programs for one
year. Address in own writing: C. A.
Fisher, Post Office Box 108, Ann Ar-
bor. ) 28
MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted A bet-
ter price paid. Sam's Store. 122 E.
Washington St )14
DESPERATELY NEED piano keyboard
or old clavier. $3.00 reward for in-
formation leading to discovery. )25
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: shell-rimmed glasses around 10
a.m. Saturday in Angell. Finder call
9871. )55
$10 REWARD for return of brown gab-
ardine coat taken from Union Sun-
day evening. Phone 2-3047. )12
LOST: Antique gold bracelet, vicinity
Angell Hall. Reward. P.O. Box 598,
Ann Arbor. )19
LOST: Gray-green topcoat. Granada
Restaurant. Sun. 2-3. Label "Al-
vin's" Freeport, N.Y. Call George,
2-4272. Your coat still there. )62
FINDER green lizard purse containing
pictures, Eversharp set initialed MAF,
please return. Keep money as r-
ward. Mio Fredland, 1108 Hill. )6i
IF THE PERSON who, by mistake, took
a gray gabardine topcoat from the
Union cafeteria would cap to re-
turn it, please bring it to the check-
room downstairs where I can claim
it. )5
LOST: black notebook with notes. Fri-
day, Michigan Theatre. Call S. Lin-
ton, 414 Chicago House, Ph. 24401. )34
PLEASE, GIVE me back my papers, or
I will flunk. Leave in box 7, Mich.,
Daily or Ph. 24401. Jim Gibbs. )181

BUSINESS SERVICES
UNWANTED HAIR: Permanently re-
moved .Short Wave Method-Faster,
Painless. Phone 6373. First National
Bldg. ) 24
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes :or sale.
Your bike can be expertly repaired
also. )56
CHUMLEE'S
FREE DELIVERY of your favorite sand-
wiches and beverages. Every day but
Monday. 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Phone
2-6429. )8
PROFESSORS-Charts, graphs, techni-
cal illustrations for reproduction in
any manner.25-9123, C. L. Walker
BSE Arch. Student. )30
PHOTOSTATIC COPYING, discharges,
legal papers, marriage & birth cer-
tificates. Drawings enlarged or re-
duced. Leave your work at Wikel
Drag, Calkins-Fletcher Drug, Pur-
chase Camera, Card & Camera Shop.
303 S. Main. 24-hour pickup service
Technical Photo Service, 917 Sunny-
side, phone 2-6958, 4559. )52
PERSONAL
CONCEDE S.P.K.W.!! (Attention: Bob
Shadd) We dispute your logic!! Just
who "got axed"? The O.M.I.M. dates
back to the time when a man in
snake's clothing put the hex on Eve.
)53
THAT WAS NO SNAKE. That was an
asociate member of the S.P.K.W.
doing his duty. Bzz. D. )63
TRANSPORTATION
TWO EXCELLENT conversationalists-
who will dummy up if desired-want
ride to Chicago, either Friday or Sat-
urday. Will share expenses. Call
2-4401. Ask for 309 Wenley. )40
DRIVING to Pittsburgh, Friday. Can
take 3 passengers. Call Ypsilanti.
3560JZ after 6 p.m. )54
TWO STUDENTS DESIRE RIDE to New
York on December .20. Will share ex-
penses. Will drive part way if neces-
sary. Call 2-0233. )48
WANTED: Ride to Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
Leaving Friday after 3:00 p.m. or Sat-
urday morning. Conroy, 110 Allen
Rumsey. 2-4401. )2
DRIVING TO Lincoln, Nebraska. Leav-
ing Dec. 21. Inquire Harold Fuller,
910 Packard. )43
HAVE ROOM FOR TWO more riders to
Chicago. Leave about noon, Decem-
ber 20. Ypsi 9215. Ask for Vince,
Rm. 35. )57
DRIVING thru Indianapolis to Louis-
ville, Dec. 21. Call John Bickel, Ypsi-
lanti 9255 after 10:30 p.m. )58
MARRIED COUPLE desire ride to, near
or part way to Fargo, North Dakota,
December 21st. Will help drive and
share expenses. Call 4121 Ext. 2101.
)39

BEFORE
YOU HEAD
FOR HOME.
get your Christmas
CAMPUS SHOP to
late rush in stores
You may choose1
selections of jew
compacts and linge

CHRISTMAS CARDS
WRAPPINGS
FOUNTAIN PENS - ALL MAKES
Open Saturdays Until Christmas
O. D. MO RILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

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1 1 _I_ . _ ... _ _ - - - - -

q\OUSLySPCWING
You'll adore the jewelled com-
pacts at the MADEMOISELLE
SHOP. They will make a
sparkling gift for your friends
or for yourself.
.Z
gifts at the
avoid the
s at home.
among the
elry, belts, -/
rie.
WHEN
SANTA COMES
YOUR WAY ...
you can hope that he will pre-
sent you with a lovely piece of
jewelry from EIBLER'S. Their
outstanding collection is still
intact and new stock is arriv-
ing now.
S.. -<
w mittens
SHOP. For
Z choose a --- ,..-o
ed selection -' -
.r and wool. .--

For a Gift that's Neat
It juist can't be Beat
MICHlOAN JEWELRY

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Also
"Brooklyn, I Love You"
WORLD NEWS
Coming Thursday -
W illiam Elliott
Vera Ralston
"PLAINSMAN
AND THE LADY"

BRACELETS..

COMPACTS

EARR I NGS.. . RINGS
PINS
Open All Day Saturday 'til Christmas

RIGHT IN S1
WITH THE
XMAS FUN.
wearing brand ne
from TIDE DILLON
the holiday season
pair from the vari
of angora, bunny fu

............. .

This show runs
through Supper Hour.
o o
WALTE PIOGEON
JOSR ITURBI
RWDDY CDOWALL
JANE POWELL
jun nrk a ecerv

Carl F. Bay

16 Nickels Arcade

For the Head of the House

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ALL WOOL ROBE
small - medium - large

Everybody's wearing a
A % (C*)

G
AS MUCH FUN
AS SHARING
A SODA...
scratching names off yot
Xmas list when you come in
CALKINS-FLETCHER and s
lect perfume for your present
You may select a fragrance t
Schaiparelli, Lanvin, Dunhi
or Lentheric.

SOMETHING
TO PUT IN
YOUR DIARY .

0 .

MAROON
BLUE

North Main Opposite Court House
Ends Tonight
"HOME ON THE RANGE"
and
"THE DARK HORSE"
Starts Wednesday
"HIGH SCHOOL HERO"
-plus-
"OVERLAND RIDERS"
-added-
rTerrytoon Cartoon

5?5::
i:v1 $:

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14.95

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A BEAUTIFUL
ROBE HE'LL
APPRECIATE
Others in
Rayon or Flannel
Genuine
SUEDE JACKET
Zipper front

Yr

You received a silver beret
from JUNE GREY'S for Christ-
mas! These lovely hair clips
come in sets with matching
earrings.
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fine selected leather
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