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THURSDlAY, MARCH 3, 1949

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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YELLOW SHEET:
Income Tax Reporting
Easiest on Form, I 040A

EDITOR'S NOTE-This is the last
in a series on problems of filing an
Income Tax return.)
By JAMES GREGORY
Income tax Farm 1040A, the
yellow sheet, is new, taking the
place of the form which appeared
last year on the back of with-
holding statements.
It is the easiest way to make out
your tax return. If you use Form
1040A, you don't have to figure
the amount of your tax. You an-
swer the questions on the form,
and the collector of internal rev-
enue figures your tax and sends
you a bill or a refund.
* *
BUT ARE YOU permitted to use
this form? The answer is "yes"
if your answer to the forthcoming
questions is "no":'
1' Did your income in 1948 total
$5000 or more?
2. Did you get more than $100
from dividends, interest and wages
not subject to withholding ?
3. Besides wages,dividends and
interest, did you have any other
income?
If you can't answer "no" to
all three questions, then you
must use Form 1040, the white
sheet, as a return.
Even if you are permitted to
use Form 1040A, you may want to
use Form 1040. This may be the
case, if:
1. You had out-of-town travel
expenses or "reimbursed expenses"
in connection with your work and
want to deduct those expenses in
order to reduce your taxable in-
come. ("Reimbursed expenses" are
reported by some employers as
part of your income.) There is no
place to list such expenses on
Form 1040A.
2. You want to know the amount
of your tax at once without wait-
ing for the collector's notice on
it. On short Form 1040 you find
your tax in the table on page four
of the form.
S* *
FORM 1040 may be used either
as a short form or as a long form.
The short form is simpler than the
long form. It differs from Form
1040A in that:
Food of Kings'
CHICAGO-Ice cream was once
a jealously guarded secret, known
only to expert chefs, who used it
on limited special occasions.

1. You must find your own tax;
2. You way include income
from sources not eligible for
Form 1040A; and
3. You may deduct tiravel and
reimbursed expenses from your
wages.
Therefore, when using Form
1040. if your income was less than
$5,000 and you do not want to
itemize nonbusiness deductions.
find your tax from the table on
the back of the form, tear off the
first sheet and file it as a short
form. Then, as on Form 1040A.
you will receive an automatic 10
per cent deduction for nonbus-
iness expenses.
ONLY IF YOUR nonbusiness
deductions are about 10 per cent
or more of your income will you
stand a chance to save money by
using long Form 1040. And only
if your income was $5,000 or more
are you required to use it.
If after reading about the
other forms, you still decide to
use Form 1040A, be sure to at-
tach all your 1948 withholding
statements (Forms W-2) to your
return.
As March 15, the deadline for
filing, looms closer, larger num-
bers of people will be sehding in
their returns every day, crowding
the offices of the collector of in-
ternal revenue. So if you have a
refund coming; as do many stu-
dents, you'd better get your re-
turn in right away.
The sooner you do, the less time
it will take for the collector to
get around to mail your refund to
you.
e-ad ine Setl
Marc )12 i h( th l deadint 1for
sophomores and juniors najoring
in chemistry to apply for four
scholarships being offered for next
year in chemistry, h,. W. Parry,
chairman of the scholarship com-
mittee said.
Applications may be obtiL ed
from Mrs. Phyllis Grant, 212
Chemistry Building. Applicants
will be judged on the basis of
ability, need ald previous worlh.
The scholarships, range from
$100 to enough for a year's study.

DORM NEWS
(LEDITO'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the Dorms should con-
tact Dolores Paanker at The Daily
or 105 Betsy Barbour."
New officers at Wenley House,
West Quad, are Garth Kirkindall,
president; Leo J. Travers, vice-
president; Dave Raffel, secretary;.
and Aimo Palosaari, treasurer.
Al Goldman was appointed so-
cial chairman by Kirkindall and,
former president Fred Thompson
was made the new public relations
chairman.1
MICHIGAN HOUSE in West
Quad is planning to form its own
alumni group, under the chair -
manship of Jack Siering.
Those considered alumni will
be men who have lived in Michi-
gan House for at least two
years. Men who have lived in
the house for one year and for
another year in some other
house in West Quad are also
eligible.
An alumni committee will send
out cards explaining the purpose,
functions and future plans of the
organization. A banquet will prob-
ably be the group's first social
event.
WINCHELL HOUSE, which an-.
swered Tyler House's call for chal-
lengers last week, was defeated
Monday in a bridge tournament
at Winchell by a score of 18% to
7'%.
A return match will be played
at Tyler House March 14.
Tyler has also scheduled ses-
sions with Lloyd and Prescott
Houses and tentatively with Hins-
dale and Greene.
TWENTY WOMEN will be hon-
ored at Martha Cook's Scholar-
ship Dinner today for having
achieved 3.5 averages or better.
These women are Mary Jane
Albrigh t, Georgian Benesh,
Lois Cronkwright, Irma Eicli-
horn, Betsy Iden, Dorothy Prav-
da, Jean Ringland, Harriet Risk,
Nancy Symons and Pamela
Wrinch.
Others to be honored are Joan
Bullen, Nancy Bylan, Violet Da-
bick, Jane Easterly, Sylvia Folz,
Ilene Haering. Margaret Herrck,
Lydia Pekarsky, Patricia Peter
and Geraldyn Rose.
Following the dinner, coffee will
be served in the Blue Room and
pianists Patricia Letz and Gratia
Boice will present a musical.
8
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Radio Group
Will Present
StrohPlay
The radio division of the speeli
department will present Selenah
Stroh's prize-winning script "Take
My Hand, Mary" on the "Radio
Workshop Drama" at 10:00 p.m.
today over station WHRV.
The drama which is the story
of a blind girl and a dream
through which she finds consola-
tion and happiness will be direct-
ed by Dick Charlton.
THE CAST includes Carolyn
Daugherty. Barbara Conner, Mary
McCarty, Ruth Frankenstein, Vir-
ginia Campbell and Marian Gold-
stein.
At 10:15 p.m. today over the
same station, John Frederick
Muehl, noted writer on Indian
affairs, will be interviewed on
"Michigan Journal of the Air"
by Journal reporter John Rich.1
Muehl who has recently re--
turned from that country is the
author of the forthcoming book
"Interview with India."

Putblicaton in The Daily Official
unlletins acoinstruviNe notice to all
]nembers: of the U'niversity". Notices
for the 1Bullet in should be sent inl
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 105
Notices
Regents' Meeting: 9 a.m., Sat.,
March 26. Communications for
consideration at this meeting
must be in the President's hands
not later than March 17.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Collection of dues for School of
Education seniors: 2 to 4:30 p.m.,
today and Friday, new Adminis-
tration Bldg.
All I.A.S. Members desiring to
go on the field trip to Wright
Field on March 13, must sign ros-
ter on Aero Bulletin board before
noon Sat., March 5.
I Women students attending the

"Technlical Employment with
General Electri Company" in 348
W. Engineering Bldg., Thurs.,
March 3, 5 p.m. AU students in-1
terested in employment with thisa
firm are urged to attend.
Summer Positions:
Opportunity for seniors and
graduate students in mathematics,
physics, physical chemistry, and;
electrical engineering (electron-
ics) to work at Ballis tics Research
Laboratories, Aberdeen Proving
Grounds, Maryland during the .
coming summer. Applications
must be filed by March 15.
Opportunity for men; with B.S.
in Electrical Engineering or B.S.
in some other field and experience
in electronics to work in abstract-
ing and classifying of electronic
patents during the coming sum-
mer. For further information call
at Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg.

DAILY OFFICIHL BULLETIN
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Lectuires
Eve Curie, inteinationally
known author and editor, will be
presented tonight at 8:30 p.m. in
Hill Auditorium on the 1948-49
Lecture Course. "France-Strug-
gle for Civilization" will be the
subject of Mlle. Curie's talk. Tick-
ets are on sale today from 10 a.n.-
8:30 p.m., auditorium box office.
University Lecture: Professor
Walter F. Loehwing of the State
University of Iowa will speak on
"Nutrition in Relation to Plant
Reproduction." Thurs., March 3,
4:15 p.m., Kellogg Auditorium.
Lecture sponsored by the Unit-
ed World Federalists. "Has the
Church a Message? A Duty?" by
Dr. Paul Arthur Schilpp. Profes-
sor of Philosophy, Northwestern
(Continued on Page 4)

PROTESTS DISMISSAL-Louis
Brosseau (above), 38, has de-
clared his dismissal from a li-
brary position with the Navy
Electronics laboratory in San
Diego, Calif., was unjust. Capt.
R. Bennett, director of the lab-
oratory, said that Brosseau was
dismissed because "he was con-
sidered a poor security risk for
reasons of personality."

Prayer Day
Will Feature
Hymn Concert
Ann Arbor will begin celebra-
tion of the World Day of Prayer
tomorrow at noon with a carillon
conceit of hymns played by Sid-
ney Giles, assistant University car-
illoneur.
Featured on this hymn concert
will be the theme song of the
World Day of Prayer, "Christ
There Is No East or West."
Observation of this special day
of prayer is sponsored locally by'
the Ann Arbor Council of Church
Women. The Council has arranged
inter-denominational services at
1:30 p.m. tomorrow at the First
Baptist Church.
Seventy countries from the Fiji
Islands to Canada are participat-
ing in the World Day of Prayer
movement.

OTHER FEATURES of the Assemly all,arch . ave 1:30
broadcast will be "Swing Your Assembly Ball, March 4, have 1:30
Partner and Do-Si-Do," "Dentist a.m. late permission. Calling hours
Bills Go Out as Fluorine Comes will not be extended.
In" and "The Wooly Bear Was
RiBron''"son-Thomas;AnnualGer-
Right." mnan Language Award open to
The cast for these features in- .iuniors and seniors now taking
eludes Esther Blauer, Al Storey, courses in German. The contest
Nafe Katter, Frank Bouwsma will be held at 3 p.m., Wed., March
and Al Samborn, 30, 12 University Hall. The award,
interest on $1,000, will be present-
Others participating in the ed to the student writing the best
broadcast are Ed Johnston, Ed essay dealing with some phase of

SPECIAL!!
DAILY DEN FEATURE
IBurger in the Basket
35c
Made from fr-'.bly ,,ro ,nd full flavored beef
wi/h olden Frcnch fried Idaho olalocs.
Your choice of relish, pickle or onion.
The WOLVERINE DEN

Dworsky, Joyce
Kitchen, Harry
Wolfe and Gail

Atchison, Joanne
Laughlin, Gerry
Shoup.

One f',b y 12 1riday
Deadline for all petitions for the'
executive council and student
council of Hillel Foundation is
noon on Friday, March 11, accord-
ing to Howard Freeman, presi-
dent of Hillel.
Each petition must have a min-'
imum of 25 names and must be
handed in to Mrs. Frieda David-
son, assistant director of the
Foundation, Freeman added.

the development of German lit-
erature from 1750 to 1900. Stu-
dents wishing to compete should
get application blank and further
inforstion immediately in 12
University Hall.
Representatives from Wright
Field will be interviewing Aero-
nautical, Electrical, and Mechani-
cal Engineering Seniors and Grad-
uate students in 1079 E. Engi-
neering Bldg. on March 7 and 8
for Civil Service Positions. Pick up
application blanks, booklets, etc.
at 1079 E. Engineering.
Chemists, Engineers, Physicists:
Mr. G. M. Chute will discuss

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FOR RENT
For1 ood accommoldtious
bring your overnirht or
vweekend guesh; to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
FOR SALE
ENGLISH three speed bike, fully equip-
led. Phone 2-2902. )63
SPECIAL AT SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Navy T Shirts 49c
Army Oficers "Pink" Shirts $6.75
Pink Trousers 100% Wool $14.95 )8
SKI BOOTS -- Steel reinforced wood
pegged soles with aukle straps, size
8-c. Used, good condition, sellingfor
$8. Bruce Mat hias, 1307 S. State,
2-7809. )62
You'll be amazed if Ansco flash kits
satisfy. $22.49 bulbs included.
PURCHASE RADIO and CAMERA SHOP
Church and South U. Phone 8696
) 20 1
'AO
SAVE A DOLLAR!! Buy your 1949 year-
book. Michiganensian at the publica-
tions building any afternoon from
2-5. It goes up to $6 March 9. )61
MODEL A FORD 1931, new differential,
seat covers, new battery and tires,
$150. Call 8859. 1052 Baldwin. )60
DANCE MUSIC.
Chuck Downer and orchestra. Ph. 25-
0031. )20P
DODCI', '28 and radio. 6 cy . Origma I
Pa.il . No dents. Call Toi Rich, 2-
ADDED ATTRACTION
Complimentary accessoris;,
to highlight your costume.
Prices that please.
Come see TODAY.
The Elizabeth Dillon Shopf
309 S. State }
QUICK SERVICE -- GOOD FOOL)
Try our 40c Lunch Specials
BREAKFAS'T 7:30 ON
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
Dress Your Suit Up With
A Tissue Faille Blouse. $347.95.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )1
TELEVISION
RADIOS SERVTCE
AERO RADIO SALES & SEsRVIC'f
Phone 4997 )7
'36 CIJEVROLET Standard e nod
itechanica I condi tion. -Priice asked.
$200.00. Call John Slater, 2-9318 o
2-6500. }
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )4
FLUTE--Haynes French model, hand-
made, sterling silver. open tone holes.
In excellent conidition-- -used only 6
mouths. Worth $32 new. Sell for $240.
Pads perfect. lIncludes ail ,ored lea-
ther case. Phone Don Anderson, 2-8242
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. )54
A DOUBLE

TYPING
TYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at'
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )1W
TYPING, accurately, promptly, expertly
done by student veteran's wife. Thesis
term papers, tax problems, legal
briefs, Hopwood manuscripts. stencils,
etc. Free pick-up and delivery. Ph.
2-4155. )3W
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM for 2 male students.
Pleasant front room. Phone 2-2052.
) 37R
WEEKEND rooms available in private
homes. Call Student Room Bureau,
2-8827. 11:30-12; 6:30-7:00. 1R
HELP WANTED
STUDENT GIRL to do baby sitting in
exchange for private room. Call 2-
3308. )12H
ALTERATION on Ladies' Garments.
Near Stockwell Hall, 410 Observ. St.
Ph. 2-2678. )19B
BUSINESS SERVICES
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
To Your
F'RIENDS AND RELATIVES OVERSEAS
Paczkages t Delivered to t he Weste'rn
Zoes of Germany, Ju dyI'm c.
Jl Brita ia. and Northern trelaad. .
Aen I for Overseas Ehang Serve
(fRegistered)
Ask about our various other services.
Call 5750 or write P.O. Box 172. 21B
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Have stretch-
er for wool socks. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently by
short wave method. Approved by
Am. Med. Ass'n. Call Marie's Beauty
Shop, 2-6696. )14B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-I
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
t tons. Hlldegarde Shoppe. 109 E,
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
DRESS MAKING, Alterattows and cus-
tomn made clothes, Call 8350 )15B
WE PLAN TO BUILD
several exceptionally ice 3 bedroom
homes on beautifull andI 1 acre
sites. Only 3 minutes drive from
campus. Some will be for sale, others
for rent. For details address Michi-
gun Daily, Box 180. )16B

BOOKS
BARGAINS IN OLD BOOKS
On All Subjects -- Good Browsing
5c and up
on the Mezzanine
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University 16
PERSONAL
A MESSAGE to our missing salesman:
Yes, we sell Royal Typewriters. Why
don't you come back and get the
correct price? Office Equipment Ser-
vice Company, 1116 South University.
)lB
SMOOTH!
DANCE MUSIC
Chuck Downer & Orch. Ph. 25-0031
)2-P
SOCIAL CHAIRMEN: The Mack Fergu-
son Trio is now booking spring dates.
Leave calls at 2-4183. )13P
MERRY-Go-Round. Peter Pan Bras-
sieres. Sizes 32-36 ABC Cup. Randall's
30E S. State. )1P
LATIN American student desires tu-
toring in English (conversation). Con-
tact Alvaro Pardo, Rm. 5. Cooley
House, East Quad, Ph. 2-4591. 21P
SPIKE-Will sneak in through front
door of Union with crowds of women
Saturday afternoon. Chief says we
can carry in gasoline in pocket flasks.
Smokey. )19P
LOST AND FOUND
OsT r~-Blue Sehealler pen with silver
top btwvee N.S. Aud. and Parrot.
Call 3529 Stockwell. Reward. )59L
LOST--Blue billfold. Initialed BMI, in
Michigan Theatre Sunday. Call Bar-
bara Mac Isaac, 2-2443. )60L
LOST-I-D bracelet last Friday between
Angell Hall and Union. "E. N. Rotten-
berg". Call 2-8281. Reward. )54L
LOST-Blue silk coin purse. Contained
charge plate from Hudsons and car
key. Call 2-6248 after 5. Reward. )55L
LOST-Parker "51" black with silver
top. Name enscribed. Call 2-6248 after
5. Reward. )56L
LOST--Gold I.D. bracelet on Mar. 1 or
2; initials B.M.B. engraved. Senti-
mental value. Ph. 2-4471, Rm. 5559.
)57L
1ILPi FAI3.IC WALLET lost in Burton
Tower O IiFeb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L
LOST -- Ladies gold hIan ilton watck,
black elastic band, engraved - Mary
Lou Scanlon 6/21/47. Call 2-3839. 52L
I LOST-Pair of thin horn-rimmed glass-
i es in a brown case around the start
of this semester. Reward. )53L

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