THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEI 18,
Several of the student religious
guilds will hold Christmas parties
The Lutheran Student Associa-
tion will meet for a caroling party
at 7:30 p.m. at the Center. Mem-
bers will return to the Center for
refreshments following the sing.
There will be no coffee hour at
the Center today.
The Roger Williams Guild will
decorate the Guild Christmas tree
at its mid-week chat at 4:30 p.m.
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A refresher will be held by the
Methodist Wesleyan Guild at 4
p.m. in the Wesley Foundation
Following a potluck supper at 6
p.m., the cell groups will convene
and a fireside vespers service will
be held at 8 p.m.
Services will be held by the
Newman Club at 7:30 p.m. in St.'
Mary's Chapel. A meeting of the
discussion group will bt held fol-
lowing the services in the club
MANILA, Wednesday, Dec. 18-
()--The Peoples Court dismissed
treason charges against Jose P.
Bautista, Editor of the Manila
Times, the Philippines largest
daily newspaper, for lack of evi-
The Russian Conversation
Group will meet today at 3:30 p.m.
in the League Grill.
COLLEGES TO HELP:
Good Expansion Opportunity
In Welfare Services --Hawley
ALL MODELS ARGUS CAMERAS
The belief that the functions of'
private social agencies have been
sharply curtailed by government-
al discharge of welfare services
has been disputed by Prof. Amos
H. Hawley of the sociology de-
partment in an article in thej
current Michigan Alumnus Quar-,
Extended Welfare Service
"Welfare service has been ex-
tended to apply to every aspect
of community well-being," Prof.
Hawley claims. This has opened
a fertile fild which affords op-
portunities for enlargement for
private agencies, he believes.
The effectiveness of such pro-
grams will be enhanced by the
findings of social scientists in
universities, according to Prof.
Hawley's article. As an example
of a unique opportunity to reap
the benefits of cooperation be-
tween a university and a local
community, he cites the Social
Science Research Project started
recently by the University, with
operating units here and in Flint.
The two aims of the project as
described by Prof. Hawley are
Function of the newly-appoint-
ed Protestant Consultant to For-
eign Students was explained by
Franklin H. Littell, director of the
Student Religious Association, in
a letter read at a meeting of the
International Students Commit-
tee last night.
Littell told the Committee that
it is not the purpose of the Uni-
versity to "establish" any religious
creed on the campus.
Mrs. Christine C. Chambers, the
newly-appointed Consultant, will
be available at Lane Hall for con-
sultation with students who desire
guidance, Littel said.
Uncertainty among foreign stu-
dent groups as to the nature of
the work of the Consultant
prompted Littell's explanation.
Mrs. Chambers was appointed
Protestant Consultant to For-
eign Students by five denomin-
ational agencies: the Roger Wil-
liams Guild, the Lutheran Stu-
dent Association, the Eposcopal-
ian Students Foundation, the
Wesley Foundation and the Con-
A drive to collect school supplies
for Hungarian Jewish students
will be conducted by the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation until the
end of the semester
Paper, pencils, notebooks, pens,
slide rules and other university
level supplies will be collected in a
container in the Foundation.
A portion of the supplies, which
will be handled by the Jewish Stu-
dent Federation, will go to the
Hungarian Ministry of Education
for distribution to non-Jewish
The drive to aid the readjust-
ment of Hungarian students is
being conducted by 35 B'nai B'rith
Foundations in America.
On Sale Today, $1.00
to aid the community of Flint by
supplying it with a flow of in-
formation on problems and trends
of importance to its efforts at
social planning, and to serve the
interests of the University in the
training of professional social sci-
The annual Christmas tea for
students in the architecture col-
lege will be held from 4 to 6 p.m.
today in the architecture school
The affair is sponsored by the
faculty wives, the student chapter
of the American Institute of
Architects, and the Art School
605 Church Street
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Decorations have been made by n I
the design department and a
Christmas tree for the event will
be provided by the landscape de-
irectory On Sale Today
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PHOTO LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
R A DIOSUPPLIES
AMATEUR RECEIVERS: R.M.E. and HAMMERBEND
RADIO TEST EQUIPMENT
A GOOD STOCK OF PARTS AND TUBES
Puriise Radio & Camera Shop
S t dnP ul c t os B l d g . , $ 1 .4 ' M
"EASY TO WED"
with Van Johnson
Esther Williams -Lucille Ball
with Forrest Tuecker
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North Main Opposite Court House
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June Preisser in
"HIGH SCHOOL HERO"
"MIGHTY MOUSE AND
LET US HELP YOU WITH
YOUR LAST-MINUTE GIFTS
A Eisenberg Blousese
A Billfolds Bed Jackets
* Gloves Anklets
* Handkerchiefs * Plaid Skirts
* Scarfs *Sak
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LONG DISTANCE lines and switch.
boards will be busier than ever Christ-
mas Eve and Christmas Day, and some
cadIs will be delayed.
We just haven't enough circuits to handle
promptly the "peaks" that Holiday tele-
phoning creates. In any event, you can
be sure your Long Distance operator will
put through your calls as fast as she can.
Thanks for helping and best
wishes for a Verry Christmrem
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