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FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE SEVIM

FRII~AY, MAY 15, 1953 PAGE SEVEN

New Version
Of 'Aladdin
To Be Given
The Childrens Theater will pre-
sent a new version of "Aladdin
and his Lamp" at 1:30 and 4 p.m.
tomorrow and Sunday at the Arts
Theater Club, 209% E. Washing-
ton.
The play, originally Arabian,
will be given in a Chinese setting.
The Childrens Theater, which
began last fall to fill a need for a
local dramatic group for children,
uses experienced adults as well as
children in its productions. Chil-
dren in the cast of 23 are from
local schools. Adults appearing
are Carlton Clench as the genie,
Eric Hedvelt, Grad., as the em-
peror, Norm Hartweg, '56, as the
magician and Riki Gordon, '56, as
Aladdin's mother.
The play, produced by Ken Ro-
sen, is being directed by Mrs.!
Claude Eggertsdon.
Alpha Phi Omega
To Give Dinner
Alpha Phi Omega service frater-
nity will end its season with a din-
ner at 6:15 p.m. tonight in the An-
derson Room of the Union.
Guest of honor will be Univers-
ity President Harlan H. Hatcher.

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-Cut Courtesy Ann Arbor News

A VIEW OF THE PROPOSED WASHTENAW COUNTY COURTHOUSE
* * * * * *

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County To Begin Construction of Courthouse in Fall

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The most modern feature in-
cluded in the present plans for
the building is a system of mov-
able steel soundproof walls,
which will allow reorganization
of office space as changes be-
come necessary.

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A year ago a heated controver-
sy arose when factions from the
southeastern part of the coun-
ty tried to put through a measure
to have the new coutrhouse built
on a Washtenaw Avenue site out-
side the Ann Arbor city limits. In
a 25-7 decision, however, the Coun-
ty Board of Supervisors voted for
the adoption of the present court-
house site, bounded by E. Huron,
N. Main, N. Fourth and E. Ann,
for the new structure.
FACTORS favoring the use of
the present location include: near-
ness to trains and bus depots, ac-
cessibility for townspeople and
lawyers, central location for the
county's population and present
ownership of the property, valued
at $375,000.
At a closed meeting last Tues-
day, the County Board of Super-
visors considered requests from
various local groups for space in
the new building.
Requests from the American
Legion that a soldier's monument
be moved to the front of the new
structure were refused as were re-
quests for space to house a Civil
GOLFERS
Have fun at the
Partridge Practice Range
We furnish clubs and balls
-21/2 miles out Woshte-
now - right on U.S. 23
for 1 mile.
OPEN EVERY DAY
10A.M.- 11 P.M.

Defense Commission Air Raid1
Shelter, the Washtenaw County
Historical Society, a juvenile de-
tention home and a county li-
brary.
* * *
SPACE will be provided, how-
ever, for public meetings of civil
groups. The building will house all1
county agencies except the jail and
the road commission.
William R. Kelley, chairman
of the County Postwar Build-I
ing Committee, said yesterday,
"We are glad that so many civ-
il groups are taking an inter-
est in the project, and we are3
considering all requests care-
fully, but there is a definite lim-
it to what we can put in one
building."
The local bricklayer's union has
asked that the face of the build-
ing be brick rather than of stone
as has been proposed. This issue
has not yet been decided.
Architects drew up the original
plans for the building in 1947.
Since then the county has grown
so that the plans have had to be
modified.
'U' Student Wins
Engineers' Award
Robert B. MacGregor, '53E, won
an International Education Award
given by the American Society of
Tool Engineers.
The Award, worth $700, is one
of nine that were instituted for the
school year beginning in Septem-
ber.
MacGregor will begin work in
his masters degree in production
engineering this fall.

A bond issue proposal for the
structure was voted down in a 1950
referendum but was finally passed
last November.
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course, the price is as right as the fit.
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AIRCRAFT OBSERVER

The Brains of the Team

Teamwork can work miracles. In a football game the man
who sparks these miracles is the quarterback. He's the man
who calls the signals. There's a man who calls the signals
for an Air Force flying team, too!
They call him an Aircraft Observer.
Do YOU have what it takes to become an Aircraft Observer?
It isn't easy. It's tough. You have to be a MAN to qualify
as an Aircraft Observer. But when you are one, brother,
you're SOMEBODY! The success or failure of a mission in-
volving over a million dollars worth of flight equipment
depends on you.
THE AIRCRAFT OBSERVER IS THE SOMEBODY WHO:
As Bombardment Officer, is number one man on a bombing
run, the man who controls the plane in the target area!
As Navigation Officer, is the pilot's guiding hand on every
flight!
As Radar Officer, is master of a new science and operator
of the device that sees beyond human sight!
As A ircraft Performance Engineer Officer, is the one who
"keeps the plane flying", the man who knows his plane in-

side and out, who keeps it fit for the skies and sees that it
stays there!
If YOU can accept a challenge like this, you'll take your
place beside the best-you'll find your future in the clouds!
TO BE QUALIFIED you must be single, a citizen, between 19
and 262 years old, have had at least 2 years of college and
be in tip top physical shape. If this describes you, then
YOU, too, can qualify. Today!
HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL GET! The world's best training. Good
food and plenty of it. Uniforms, flight clothes, equipment.
Medical and dental care. Free insurance. Flight training in
Uncle Sam's greatest aircraft.
AND THEN, AFTER GRADU#TION, you'll win your silver
wings, and earn more than $5000 a year as an AirForce
Lieutenant. You'll enjoy an adventurous, exciting career
with a hand-picked crew of real men. You'll be THE BRAINS
OF THE TEAM, A TRIPLE THREAT MAN ... as a Bombard-
ment Officer, as a Navigation Officer, as a Radar Officer, as
an Aircraft Performance Engineer.

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wOhich her Primce Pehareom
'Their 1o9 Would hae eQ'nd1
$ad L..cI(Is benaO
josette Dettsch
- Brooklyn Colege

THE SOONER YOU APPLY, THE SOONER YOU FLY! *
3 GET THE D ETA IL5: Visit your nearest Air Force Base or Air Force Recruiting Officer. Or write to Director
of Training, Headquarters, USAF, Washington 25, D.C., Attention: Aviation Cadet Branch. If you are
in a school that has an Air Force ROTC program, see your Professor of Air Science and Tactics.
New Aircraft Observer Cadet Training Classes Begin Every Two Weeks

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