THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2956
PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1956
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I
tary grades: Elementary Physical Ed-
acem ent £ otices ucation; Junior High Science/Math;
Junior High English; Senior High In-
The following schools have vacancies dustrial Arts: Senior High Physics/
on their teaching staffs for February, IMath: Senior . High Chemistry/Math;
1957. Senior High Home Economics.
Algonac, Michigan - Elementary Rockford, Illinois - 1st'grade; Junior
(2nd grade, 8th grade}. I High Geogrphy/English/Dramatics; Se-
Garden City, Michigan - Elementary nior High English; Senior High Eng-
(3rd grade, 1st grade, Kindergarten); lish/Literature/ Composition; S e n i o r
Speech Correction: Junior High Girl's High Geography/English.Dramatics; Se-
Physical Education; Junior High Art/ Mentally Handicapped.
Social Studies: Junior High Music/C
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University Lecture on Fri., Nov.
Hall. Bedford is a pupil of Helen Titus, versity School of Medicine' 4:15 p.m.
- and his recital will be open to the Fri., Nov. 30, Aud. A., Angell Hall,
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at 8:00 p.m., in Rm. 1300, Chemistry
Bldg. Sponsored by the Department Academ ic Notie( s
of Biological Chemistry. Dr. Fritz Lip-
mann, Harvard Medical School, "The February Teacher's Certificate Can-
adidates: The teacher's oath will be ad-
IsolationSu fa enzymatic Synthesis ministered -to all February candidates
c S ." for the Teacher's Certificate during the
month of December in 1437 U.E.S. The
office will be open from 8 to 12 a.m.
Concerts and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. The teacher's
oath is a requirement for the teacher's
Student Recital: Clark Bedford, pian- certificate.
ist, will present a recital in partial ful- -
fillment of the requirements for the
degree of Bachelor of Music at 8:30 Psychology Colloqiium: "Science and
p.m. Sun., Dec. 2. in Aud. A, Angell i Wisdom." Dr. Bingham Dal, Duke Uni-
The Operation of a System Group in1
a Large Corporation. Dr. R. D. 0'-
Neal, general manager of the new Ben-
dix System Division of Bendix Aviation
here in Ann Arbor, will talk to the
system class on Sat., Dec. 1. 10-12 a.m.,
in Room 2076, East Engineering. All
interested are invited.
Doctoral Examination for John Wil-
bur Price, Political Science; thesis;
"British Attitudes Toward European
Unity as Reflected by the Participa-
tion of the United Kingdom in the
Council of Europe." Sat., Dec. 1. East
Council Room, Rackham Building, at
9:30 a.m. Chairman, N. M. Efimenco.
Jackson. Mississippi (Mississippi So-
ciety for Crippled Children & Adults)-
Muskegon, Michigan - Elementary
(Kindergarten, 2nd grade, 5th or 6th
grade); Speech Correction; High School
Plainfield. New Jersey (Watchung
Hills Regional High School) - English;
Social Studies; Mathematics; Science;
trial Arts; Business Education; Home-
making; Fine Arts: Music; Physical Ed-
Portland, Connecticut - All Elemen-
St Clair Shores, Michigan (Lakeview'
Schools) - 1st grade; 5th grade: Art;
Junior High English.
Southborough, Massachusetts (St.
Mark's School) - Latin.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building. NO 3-1511. Ext.
A local organization is looking for
women to fill the positions of Assis-
tant to the Treasurer and Bookkeeper,
and Stenographer-Receptionist. Ex-
cellent job opnortunities for students'.
Abraham & Straus, Brooklyn, N. Y.;
Hempstead, L.I.: Garden City. L... is
offering an opportunity for junior men
and women from the New York area:
to join the Summer Executive Training
Program. The program offers forma-1
lized training and related work experi-
ence in Selling, Merchandising, and
Non-merchandising Depts. Since stu-
dents will be interviewed in the stores
onlhy, and before April 20, 1957, perhaps
some may be interested in making ap-
pointments for interviews when they
are in that area during Christmas va-
The Summer Placement Service will
start December 5, at 9:00 a.m., in room
3-G of the Michigan Union. We will
have summer Jobs for men and women
students in camps, resorts, business &
industry, technical and non-technical.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Mon., Dec. 3
Institute for Air Weapons Research, and overseas in the fields of Adminis-
Univ. of Chicago, Ill. - men and wo- tration, Personnel, Intelligence. Edu-
men with degree in Mathematics for $ cation, Comptrolling, Weather and Air-
Operations Research-Scientific Evalu- craft Traffic, etc, Opportunities for di-
ation in the Museum of Science and
Tues., Dec. 4
Michigan Bell Telephone Co., Detroit,
Mich. - women with any degrees to
work as Service Representatives or in
Public Contact Work, Employment and
Personnel, Management. Writing, Re-
search Technical Problems, Teaching.
Positions are in Michigan or anywhere
in' U.S. where Bell Systems are located.
Continental Casualty Co., Chicago,
Ill. - men and women with B.A., B.S.,
M. A. or M. S. in Math., Finance, Acctg.
Management, History. Advertising, or
Law for Claims, Legal work, Acctg.+
Underwriting, Sales Dept. (not direct
sales), Actuarial, Investment. Systems
U.S. Air Force, Chanute Air Force
Base, Illinois - women with any de-
grees for WAF Officen Training. WAF
officers are assigned to bases in U.S.
rect commission as a WAF.
Interstate Dept. Stores, Inc.. New
York, N.Y., - work located in stores
in the Midwest. Men interested in Re-
tail Merchandising, with any degree
for Training - to lead to Department
Head and eventually Store Management
positions. Feb. grads. only.
Wed., Dec. 5
Burroughs Corp., Detroit, Mich. -
work anywhere in U.S. or Canada, -
men with any degree and an interest
in the speciality or technical selling
profession for Sales.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg..
American Airlines representative will
interview girls between 20 and 28 years
old for positions as American Airlines
Flight Stewardesses. The interviews will
be today, Fri., Nov. 30 in Detroit.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments.
We recommend that you try any of these fine"
THE GOOD FOOD
THE CORNER HOUSE
has found favor .with discriminating guests
202 S. Thayer Street - North of Hill Auditorium
Phone NO 8-6056 for reservations
For Light Lunches
Fine Sandwiches or Cream Waffles
At their best
a wonderful meal.
Consult the Daily for GOOD EATING!
Cleanliness, Quality, and Service Always
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7. A.M.-Midnight . . Closed Sundays
Visit Weber's This Week-End
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IFAMILY STYLE DINNERS
Try Our Tempting Homemade Pastries
12 to 9:30 P.M.
11 A.M.-2 P.M.
85e-95e and up
Our chefs are ready to prepare the most delicious food
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You will be served the finest
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We even smell the roses !
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5400 PLYMOUTH RD. - DIXBORO, MICH.
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d Sunday open 1
-1 Closed Mon
Phone NO 8-9387
1 A.M. - 10 P:M.
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300 S. THAYER STREET
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
takes pleasure in announcing
an addition to their menu
of fine foods
WE WILL BE
wil be served doily from
4 PM. to 2 A.M. in our new dining room
"THE DUCHESS ROOM"
Expertly prepared by our special pizza pie maker and baked in new
THE ART OF ENJOYING SMORGASBORD
Tonilgt YOU are the artist - for the SMORGASBORDisa
read adventue an dis considerd a " "cassic" culinary art.
Help youself first to the many kinds of fish, herrings and
seafood. Thee return for the salads, meets and cheese. Finaly
select fromour tastyhet delIcacies.
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feast days, when distances were long; bit at the end of ail jour.
ayone. could find romanceaand gaiety at the"-SMRGASBORD,'
the lonely man besieged with troubles and sorrow could find
solace at the "ORGASBORD, a young maiden in search of
lows and happiness could find them at the gay "SMO5RGASBORD."
And so it is with our "SMORGASBORD," which is symbolic
of the Scandinavian sest for good living. From their farms we