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May 15, 1952 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1952-05-15

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THURSDAY, MtAY 15, 1952



The City Beat
Municipal court hearings, ori- THE Washtenaw County Board
ginally scheduled for today, of the of Supervisors has adopted a
two accused knife-slayers of An- $234,000,000 equalized county tax
thony G. Bedard, 17 years old, base.
whose body was found in a septic The figure is 17 per cent
tank at the Cassidy Lake Train- higher than the 1951 base, but
ing School, have been postponed well under the 40 per cent ,in-
until 9 a.m. Monday. crease recommended by the
Jack Howard, 19 years old, of State Tax Commission.
the Ionia State Reformatory and Although the tax base as a
Sylvester .Salva, 20 years old, of whole was boosted, the per cent
the Cassidy Lake camp have been of the* tax load borne by town-
charged with the murder. The ships and cities was substantially
youths told authorities they killed unchanged. Ann Arbor's share is
Bedard with a paring knife when now about 33 per cent with a val-
he threatened to disclose to pris- uation of $78,649,459.
on officials certain infractions of
camp regulations. SERIOUS overcrowding prob-
* * * lems threaten the Mack School
" until a northwest elementary
Honor Council school canbbu.
Transportation of students to
Petitionsd Due unused rooms elsewhere in the
city appears to be the best rem-
edy, according to Miss Helen
May 24 is the deadline for En- Moore, a teacher at the school.
gineering Honor Council petitions, may have for improving the Hon-
Howard Nemerovski, '54E Coun- or System, especially in regard to
cil member announced. publicity.
The petitions should contain in- Petitions may be turned in to
formation about high school and the Engineering Honor Council
college experience, activities and office on the second floor of the
grade average. Petitioners should West Engineering Annex or to any
also include any suggestions they Council member.

WORLD'S LARGEST-The wing fuel tanks coming down the assembly line are being built for
installation on wings of the Air Force's Stratojet bomber, B-47B. The tanks, which appear to be
hanging in mid-air, but actually are hanging from an overhead conveyor, are described as the
largest known to be in production. Although the exact dimensions and capacity of the tanks are
secret, they appear large enough to carry a tank truck load of fuel.

Pre-Business ProgramOpens


Students who plan to enter the
School of Business Administration
when they become juniors can
now enroll in a new pre-business
curriculum in the literary college.
The new program, effective this
fall, offers advantages for busi-
ness administration students simi-
lar to those now available to en-
tering freshmen who plan to take
law, medicine or dentistry.
The new curriculum makes it
possible for the pre-business stu-
dent to keep in close touch with

the school while actually enrolled
in the literary college. He will
take much the same courses as the
other literary college students ex-
cept that he is required to take
economics and is not required to
take a foreign language.
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