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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
1WUL'w"bA'? MAY 81 1945
John W. Conlin, Ann Arbor at-
torney, was yesterday appointed
probate judge of Washtenaw Coun-
ty by Gov. G. Mennen Williams.
The appointment finishes out
the term of the late Jay H. Payne,
ending next January 1. Conlin
plans to run for a full four-year
term in the elections for the non-
partisan office next November 6.
Conlin, a native of Ann Arbor
and a graduate of the University,
is being sworn into the office this
morning at the County Building.
John J. McKeighan will deliver
the principal address at the an-
nual banquet of the College of
Pharmacy and the Rho Chi Soci-
ety in the League ballroom at 6:15
McKeighan, president of the Na-
tional Association of Retail Phar-
macists, will speak on "Pharmacy:
Past, Present, and Future."
At this time eight students will
be initiated into Rho Chi, a na-
tional pharmaceutical honor soci-
ety, at the banquet, according to
Dean Tom D. Rowe.
The patient recovered, but the budget didn't
AA PHARMACIST-Local pharmacist loans money to
University students on an "honor system" basis.
Pharmacist Reports Success
With Informal Loan Service
You can't always prevent sickness. But you can help
prevent sickness from driving you into debt. For
information about our Sickness and Accident plans-
WILLIAM A. CLOSE
BARRY F. WHITEHEAD
THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
a mutual life insurance company
North Central Home Office
By DICK TAUB
An "honor system" loan service
initiated by a local pharmacist
almost two months ago has been
doing a "booming business."
Robert A. Lumbard, proprietor
of a S. University drug store, re-
ports that the service has handled
more than a thousand loans since
So far all have been paid back.
"I think the students realize that
the system had to work to do any
good. I don't believe that anybody
has taken money out with the
intention of cheating. I haven't
had a worry."
DIAL NO 2-3136
u.. that took the
heart of America
now takes its place
among the great motion
pictures of all time!
OX ampu r y h@k".
(Auth~or of1"Barefoot Boy with& Cheek." etc.)
THE TRUE AND TYPICAL CASE OF
The school year draws to an end, and everybody is
wondering about the future - everybody, that is, except the
engineers. Today there is not a single engineer on a single
campus who has not received a dozen fabulous offers from
a. dozen corporations.
All this, of course, you know. But do you know just how
fabulous these offers are? Do you have any idea how wildly
the corporations are competing? Let me cite for you the true
and typical case of Chatsworth Osceola, a true and typical
Chatsworth, walking across the M.I.T. campus one
day last week, was bailed by a man parked at the curb in a
yellow convertible studded with precious gemstones. "Hello,"
said the man. "I am Darien T. Sigafoos of the Sigafoos Bear-
ing and Bushing Company. Do you like this car?"
"Yeah, hey," said Chatsworth.
"It's yours," said Sigafoos.
"Thanks, hey," said Chatsworth.
"Do you like Philip Morris?" said Sigafoos.
"Of corris I" said Chatsworth.
"Here is a pack," said Sigafoos. "And a new pack will be
delivered to you at six-hour intervals every day as long as
you shall live."
"Thanks, hey," said Chatsworth.
"Does your wife like Philip Morris?" said Sigafoos.
"I'm not married," said Chatsworth.
"Do you want to be ?" said Sigafoos. -
"What American boy doesn't?" said Chatsworth.
In fact, the loan service has been
so busy that it's assets have had
to be expanded. The little box on
the counter started out with about
30 one dollar bills and now carries
"close to a hundred."
Lumbard candidly admits that
the service has done a great deal
for his business. "It's brought a
lot of people into the store, who
never came before.
"You do something for students
and they appreciate it," he con-
tinued. "People in this town have
treated students very badly. Some-
times I'm surprised how they take
it. I can't understand t
"Why, if you take the students
out of here we're finished. We
think the students are a great
group and I'm not saying this just
to get business. I only wish that
I had had the opportunities they
Money turnover has been rapid.
"Sometimes the box is full of IOUs
with only a few dollars in it. The
next day the IOUs are all gone.
And that's the way it should be."
Right now loans are being called
in. Unlike most loan services this
entails only a little sign pasted
on to the cardboard loan box.
Pay Before Finals
"Notice, we will appreciate it
if you pay back your IOUs before
"I'd just like to get the thing
all settled before the summer ses-
sion begins," Lumbard explained.
To negotiate a loan, all one must
do, is place his IOU in the box,
with his name and address on it,
and take out the money. Loans
are generally from 2-5 dollars, and
borrowers are expected to pay back
"as soon as possible." That's all.
Professor Waldo Abbot, director
of broadcasting at the University,
has been appointed to the Presi-
dent's Committee for Traffic Safe-
Prof. Abbot will be Michigan's
Representative at the Regional
Conference to be held later this
month in Chicago.
Prof. Abbot is chairman of the
Traffic Safety Commission of the
Michigan Association of Radio and
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Brown pigskin billfold around
May 1, vicinity of campus or north
campus. Reward. Call NO 2-9914. )175A
LOST-Black wallet, contains important
personal papers. Reward. James Gib-
son, 921 Oakland, NO 3-0485. )174A
LARGE NATIONAL ORGANIZA-
TION WILL TRAIN SEVERAL
ALERT COLLEGE MEN FOR OUT-
SIDE CONTACT WORK IN LARGE
CITIES AND RESORT AREAS OF
M I C H I G A N. TRANSPORTATION
FURNISHED. NO EXPERIENCE NE-
CESSARY BUT YOU MUST HAVE
A NEAT. BUSINESSLIKE APPEAR-
ANCE AND ENJOY MEETING AND
TALKING WITH PEOPLE. EXCEL-
LENT EXPERIENCE REGARDLESS
OF YOUR FUTURE PLANS. SAL-
ARY $87.50 PER WEEK PLUS BO-
BOX NO. 20D.
MEN AND WOMEN Counselors for
small camp in N. Michigan. Children
7 to 12 years. 6 weeks. Riflery instruc-
tor; General Activities, including
trips. Workshopman. All must be
cabin counselors. Salary $300-$350.
Arts and Crafts (woman) experienced.
Woman General counselor for water-
front and varied actviities, $225-$250.
Salaries plus transportation and
laundry. Write in full with refer-
ences to Mrs. A. M. Wauters, 528
Covington, Birmingham, Mich. )128H
TWO PAT TIME JOBS
One bookkeeper and one secretary, 22
hour week. Interesting work with City
of East Ann Arbor-variety, social se-
curity, sick leave, paid vacations and
holidays. Please apply at City office,
3016 Packard Rd.
Bookkeeper should be familiar with1
business machines; typing ability de-
sirable, experience in accounting ne-
Secretary must be good typist, able to
take short hand. )126H
COUNSELORS wanted for Girl Scout
Camp in Chelsea, Michigan-water-
front director, nature and crafts con-
sultant, business manager, handy-1
man. Will consider married couple.
For appointment contact Girl Scout
Office, NO 2-4534 days. )125H
SUMMER and permanent assistant ad-
vertising-good pay - pleasant sur-
roundings - interesting work, Re-
quires intelligence - typing - 5 day
week - paid holidays - insurance -
apply afternoons or Saturday morning
this week. Mr. Hawkins, Advertisers
Publishing Co. 944 Wall St. )124H
MATURE WOMAN to take charge of
small office in local downtown store.
Must have knowledge of bookkeeping,
typing, etc. Write letter of experience
and qualifications to Box 19D, Mich
igan Daily. )2H
WANTED-Cab drivers full or part-time.
Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor Yellow
and Checker Cab Company. Phone
NO 8-9382. )70H
Cor. N. Main & Catherine.
SMITH'S FLOOR COVERINGS
205 N. Main 207 E. Washington
Headquarters in Ann Arbor for:
Armstrong linoleum and tile
NO 3-8321 NO 2-9418
Complete floor coverings shops
Mohawk and Bigelow carpets
Guaranteed installation or
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOMS and suites for rent,
summer and fall. Male students past
20 years. Half block from campus.
Cooking privileges. 417 E. Liberty.
CARS FOR RENT
AVIS RENT-A-CAR or Truck for local
or long distance use. Reasonable daily,
weekly, or hourly rates. Nye Motor
Sales, Inc., 210 W. Washington St.
NO 3-4156. )1513
APARTMENT available for summer. 5
rooms and bath. Furnished. Married
couple preferred. Call NO 3-6842. )72C
3 ROOM furnished apartment for the
summer term. Call NO 8-6320. )73C
RUSTIC SUMMER COTTAGE. Secluded
Pine Forest in the Adirondacks. Near
Lake George. Sleeps six comfortably.
Furnished. $125.00 per month, or $300
for three months. No 3-5348. )71C
WANTED-Students to share 3 bed-
room home. June 10 thru Sept. 15. Call
NO 3-6787. )69C
4 ROOM APT, near campus for rent
for summer term. Large kitchen and
living room plus 2 bedrooms and
storage space. NO 3-6873. )0,
301 N. STATE
Spacious 4 rooms with 2 bedrooms and
private bath. Recently redecorated
and furnished..Also-3 rooms with
bath on first floor. Call NO 8-6205 or
NO 3-4594. )67C
ROOMS for summer. Men students. 1315
Cambridge Road. )660
WANTED TO BUY
PORTABLE, electric, 3-speed record
player. Phone Univ. ext. 519, Mon.,
Wed., Fri. )5K
LARGE BABY CRIB, NO 2-3724. )41b
DIAL NO 2-2513
TYPING-Theses, term papers, etc. Rea-
sonable rates, prompt service. 830.
South Main, NO 8-7590. )44J
RICHARD MADDY - VIOLINMAKER.
Fine, old certified instruments and
bows. 310 S. State. NO 2-5962. )31J
RE-WEAVING. Burns, tears, moth
holes rewoven. Let us save your
clothes. Weave Bac Shop, 224 Nickels
New Atlas Tires
6.70x15, $15.95; 6.00x16, $13.95; 760x15,
$19.95 (exchange1 price plus tax)
WHITE DINNER JACKET worn three
times. Size 38-40. $25. Ask for Ted
after 8 P.M. NO 2-4972. ) 203B
GIRL'S English Bicycle in excellent
condition. NO 8-8607. Ask for Martha.
TUX, summer jacket included, double
breasted, Size 38, $20. Call NO 2-4876,
7 to 8 P.M. )208B
FOR SALE 1931 Buick. Must be seen to
be appreciated. Call Bill Moll. NO 2-
MICROSCOPE-Bauch and Lomb. Re-
cent model, medical, monocular, three
objectives, mechanical.stage, two eye
pieces, and case. $225. Call after 6
P.M. 419 N. Ingalls. NO 3-2912. )207B
PAN AMERICAN TRUMPET. Excellent
condition. Call Dick Pipski, NO 2-8269.
SELLING NOW: Chairs, end-tables, ra-
dio, phonograph, fryer, dining table,
vacuum. Selling in June: sofa-.bed,
ringer-washer. Phone NO 3-2217. )198B
ARMY, NAVY type oxford-$6.88, sox
39c, shorts 69c, milita y supplies.,
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
Hi, Mr. & Mrs. Golfer
Visit Michigan's most well stocked Pro
shop. Anything and everything for the
golfer! Beginner's sets, 2 woods, 5
irons, nice bag, $79 value $57.50; shag
balls (repainted) $2 doz. Add to your
present set with some of my wide se-
lection of single clubs, woods, irons
and putters, utility clubs. Extra spe-
cial caddy carts $17.95.
Golf & Gift Mart
Located at Municipal Golf Course
Phone NO 8-9230
MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE now open
for playing. 1519 Fuller Road. )215
1953 MERCURY tudor. Radio and heat-
er, white sidewalls, 21,000 miles, orig-
inal owner, excellent condition. $950.
PhoneNO 8-7811. )157W
1952 CHEV. DELUXE, 4 door, radio,
heater, Power Glide NO 8-7928.
saves you money!
50 new and used cars to choose from.
Come out today to the BIG NEW lot
at 3345 Washtenaw.
LINCOLN - MERCURY
Phone NO 3-4197
Open evenings till 8
THIS WEEK-Sports Ill features Kaline
& Kuenn; Time features Marilyn
Monroe; Life-Fashions. Are you get.
ting your copies at special rates? Stu-
dent Periodical, NO 2-3061. )170F
GOMBERG ALUMNI-You are invited to
the Annual Gomberg Stag Dinner on
Thursday, May 24. For reservations
call Russ Wells, Ext. 347 or Toni
Jolls, Ext. 300 before Friday, May 11.
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.,
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single-breasted, $18, or new silk shawl
collar, $25. Write to Michaels Tailor-
ing Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit, Michi-
gan, for free details or phone
WOodward 3-5776. )118F
Read and Use
Send PANDA CARDS.
MOTHER'S DAY, May 13
Sigafoos pressed a button on the dashboard of the
convertible, and the trunk opened up, and out came a nubile
maiden with golden hair, flawless features, a perfect disposi-
tion, and the appendix already removed. "This is Laurel
Geduldig," said Sigafoos. "Would you like to marry her?"
"Is her appendix out?" said Chatsworth.
"Yes," said Sigafoos.
"Okay," said Chatsworth.
"Congratulations," said Sigafoos. "And for the happy
bride, a pack of Philip Morris every six hours for the rest
of her life."
"Thanks, hey," said Laurel.
"Now then," said Sigafoos to Chatsworth, "let's get down
to buSiness. My company will start you at $45,000 a year.
You will retire at full salary upon reaching the age of 28.
When you start work, we will give you a three-story house
made of bullion, complete with a French Provincial swimming
pool. We will provide sitter service for all your children
until they are safely through puberty. We will guarantee to
keep your teeth in good repair; also the teeth of your wife
and children unto the third generation. We will send your
dentist a pack of Philip Morris every six hours as long as
he shall live.......Now, son, think carefully about this offer.
Meanwhile, here is one thousand dollars in small, unmarked
bills, which places you under no obligation whatsoever."
"It certainly seems like a fair offer," said Chatsworth.
"But there is something you should know. I am not an en-
gineer. In fact, I don't go to M.I.T. I am a poetry major
at Harvard. I just came over here on a bird walk."
Scene: Travel Bureau, Inc., 1313 S. University,
Phone NO 2-5587
Enter prospective traveller.
Traveller: "Am I too early to make.reservations for
Friendliest Travel Agent: "Mercy, no! This is the time
to make reservations for steamship space
and conducted tours to Europe."
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