THE MCHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1957
PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 9,1957
Prof. Joseph E. Maddy, presi-
dent and founder of the National
Music Camp, Interlochen, and
professor music, was awarded a
citation by the National Federa-
tion of Music Clubs.
The citation. to Prof. Maddy
reads: "The National Federation
of Music Clubs awards this cita-
tion to Dr. Joseph E. Maddy, mu-
sician and educator in recogni-
tion of his devoted service to mu-
sic and youth.
PRIME TARGET AREA:
Hospital Plans for Possible Bomb
By SUSAN HOLTZER
It hasn't happened yet, but it
A man in a tower spots a bomb-
er squadron overhead carrying
enemy insignia, and the signal
sent out alerts the country.
These planes are headed for De-
troit - a prime target area.
And word moves swiftly from
the lone tower to Civil Defense
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County, until it reaches Dr. Roger
B. Nelson at University Hospital,
the CD coordinator for all the
medical units in the county.
The University whistle blows,
the factory horns sound; radio
and television stations. in the area
broadcast the alert. Meanwhile,
Dr. Nelson sets in motion the gears
he has developed after seven years
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ROBERT WALKER DONNA REED
w of planning.
it Within the hospital itself, pre-
parations get under way. The en-
tire staff of 3000 has received a
special "10-buzz" signal bringing
all the junior and senior nurses
running from Couzens Hall. The
hospital personnel has dispersed
itself judiciously to cover as wide
an area as possible.
A quick check is made of all pa-
tients. Those capable of doing
without medical care are evacu-
ated; the facilities they occupied
are readied for use.
Out on "the hill", three of the
women's residence halls, Alice
Lloyd, Mosher-Jordan and Stock-
well, are evacuated. The Univer-
sity Regents long ago gave their
approval for taking them over.
At present, there is adequate
room in these dormitories to house
one thousand patients. If enough
cots and linen are provided, this
number will be doubled.
As the women leave, equipment
is rushed in. Emergency operat-
ing rooms and blood donation sta-
tions are set up and manned.
The women recently removed
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from their rooms choose one of
two alternatives. Some are moved
to campus dormitories - Helen
Newberry or Betsy Barbour -
while others volunteer to stay and
aid in the rescue work.
Many volunteer to join students
from all parts of the campus who
are streaming into Waterman
Gymnasium. At the gym, they are
quickly but carefully screened.
The burdens they will have to as-
sume require stamina and cour-
On the outskirts of Ann Arbor,
men work feverishly to rush vital
supplies and equipment into the
city. The federal warehouse in
Marshall, Mich., is emptied of its
goods so essential to the defense
effort and trucks depart on the
five-to-eight hour trip to the hos-
From another warehouse, trucks
carry the emergency "portable
hospitals," each capable of add-
ing facilities for 200 patients to
the hospital's present 1,000.
All this must be done in an ab-
solute maximum time of eight
hours. By that time, the vanguard
of patients begin streaming into
The patients, too, are being
screened before they are sent on.
First cared for are those with the
greatest chance of recovery; the
hopeless cases are removed.
The various hopsitals are put to
their particular uses. The psychia-
tric clinic sets up extra facilities
for the numerous cases of hysteria
and nervous breakdowns.
The work continues around the
clock. For at least 20 hours on the
first day, doctors, nurses and vol-
unteers work without a break.
Those nearing the point of ex-
haustion catch a few hours sleep
in Couzens Hall, set aside for that
With mobilization complete as
it stands, probably more than 10,-
000 of the estimated 80,000 casual-
ties in the Detroit area receive
the necessary care.
Civil Defense Plan
This is the way the plan will
work. Or, rather, this is the way
the plan should work. But Dr.
Nelson anticipates many prob-
lems, should the situation arise.
For instance, will the various
medicines, bandages and other
equipment be ready when they
are needed? Will there be cots and
linens enough to supply the hos-
pital and dormitories for the extra
patients? Will provisions be made
to bring the many necessary vol-
unteers down from upstate?
These are just some of the prob-
lems. The question at issue, ac-
cording to CD officials, is whether
the federal or state governments
will be willing to appropriate the
money for this operation. Some
experts fear that because of gen-
eral apathy, there is no pressure
on government to do so.
"Scorpius, a conspicuous group
of bright stars in the southern sky
is outstanding in the summer
months," Prof. Hazel M. Losh, of
the astronomy department re-
"This group is most looked for,
just as Orion is the striking con-
stellation of winter," Prof. Losh
The astronomer described Scor-.
plus as curving up to the left like
a giant fish hook, and very much
resembling the creature for which
it is named.
The upraised sting in the tail is
marked by two stars, close togeth-
er and poised as though about to
This group is said to depict the
famous Scorpion which sprang
out of the Earth and stung Orion,
from which he died.
"At any rate," she explained,
"the star picture of Orion and
Scorpius are so placed in the sky
that they never appear at the
"As Scorpion rises in the east,
Orion, as if in fear, disappears in
Prof. Losh also reported that
days will be continually growing
longer this month, increasing as
much as an hour from the begin-
ning of the month to the end.
"The day at the end of the
month will have only about 15
minutes to go to reach its great-
est length in June," she said.
Inter-House Council has an-
nounced the opening of petition-
ing for both judiciary positions
and committee chairmanships.
Petitions may be picked up
either at the IHC office in the
Student Activities Building, or
from the house president. They
must be returned to the IHC of-
fice not later than May 9.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
For the Best in
Tires, Batteries, and Service
So. University & Forest
Big trade-in for used tires
featuring STANDARD Products
601 Packard - NO 8-9429
All foreign cars
Call European Cars
Tailoring, restyling. Will do fitting in
your home or mine. Experienced,
minimum charges. NO 5-6370.
Pick-up and Delivery
334 S. State St. NO 3-6612
Mending - Alterations. Ph. NO 2-9541.
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted, $18, or new silk
shawl collar, $25. Write to Michaels
Tailoring Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit,
Michigan, for free details or phone
WOodward 3-5776. )P2
ALL ACCESSORIES, STRINGS,
508 E. Williams
RCA PORTABLE TV
PETS AND SUPPLIES
HAMSTERS ARE IN. Frozen brime
shrimp. Tropical fish, aquariums and
328 East Liberty - NO 3-0224
(open daily except Thursday)
Parakeets -- Tropical Fish
Your Garden Center, 215 S. Fifth
ALL COLORS - baby parakeets and
breeders. Canaries. Baby cockatiel
cages. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403. )T3
ROOM AND BOARD
A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE
For next year. Upper classmen or
grads. Reserve now. Good food,
clean rooms. 1319 Hill. Howard
Wentz. NO 2-6422. )E23
A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE
for summer men. Competitive
ratest Clean rooms. Good food. 1319
Hill. Howard Wentz. NO 2-6422. )E22
ATTENTION SUMMER BOARDERS.
The best meals on campus will be
served for :$2 per day at 808 Tappan
St. Call NO 3-8581, ask for Bill Pow-
ell or Bob Scott. )E21
HEAD RESIDENT. Male Master's De-
gree. Married. Ten months work, al-
ary and benefits totalling $5,400 per
Ann Arbor Employer's Personnel Service
504 First National Building
NO 5-6107 )H124
RIFLERY INSTRUCTOR and nature
counselor for boys 8 to 12 years. Al-
so maintenance man with knowledge
of stables for small co-ed camp in
North Michigan. Good salary, main-
tenance, and transportation. Write in
detail. Excellent references-Mrs. A.
Wauters, 528 Covington, Burming-
ham, Michigan. )H123
for Alert Young Man
In Order Department of local firm.
No experience necessary but re-
quires ability to keep accurate rec-
ords and write intelligible business
letters. Apply in writing only giv-
ing complete education and em-
R. J. MAGOON
345 S Main
Ann Arbor, Michigan
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
time.Apply 113 . Ashley, Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Company.
Phone NO 8-9382. )H20
"Purchase from Purchase"
BELL & HOWELL
Purchase Camera Shop
1116 S. University
For the Finest in Movies
THE QUARRY, INC.
320 S. State St. NO 3-1991
more than just a camera shop
BUTTS & SWISHER CO.
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
(Washtenaw at Stadium)
Office 214 E. Washington - NO 3-0800
Models Open Daily 10-8 )R
PASTEL MINK--NEW SKINS
Direct from an EMBA Ranch.
MARGARET SHOP - 516 E. LIBERTY
WASHINGS - Also Ironing separately.
Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and de-
livery. Phone NO 2-9020. )J23
Solve your transportation problems
with a new jeep convertible; up to
35 miles per gallon of gas.
81 inch wheel base; 60 horse power;
4 cylinder motor.
Equipped with heater, oil filter,
signal lights, all taxes, license and
Regular delivery price Is $1744.85
SALE PRICE: $1599
at Stadium Blvd.
Phone NO 2-3221
Open 8:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
1950 BUICK SUPER: R&H, dyneflow;
runs good. $95. NO 3-1455. )N140
PONTIAC 194$ tudor-running condi-
tion; good tires. $125. NO 2-1857
after 6.. )N139
1953 BUICK SPECIAL Hardtop, radio
and heater, white wall tires; excel-
lent condition. By owner. Call NO
3-3981 evenings. )N135
Approaching your June wedding?
Save up to 50 % now on
Smith's Floor Covering
207 E. Washington
Open Monday evening until 8:30
2 MAY FESTIVAL tickets Saturday
Sunday afternoons. First balcony,
NO 2-6196. )B311
RALEIGH MEN'S Bike, Smith Corona
portable typewriter, portable radio,
all in excellent codition. Box 45A.
2 FESTIVAL TICKETS, choice. Satur-
day Sunday afternoons. Phone NO 2-
1946 FORD TUDOR, R and H, good run-
ning condition; little rust. $50. ALSO
Man's baloon tired bicycle, excellent
condition, $20. NO 3-4485. )B308
DIAMOND RINGS. Complete selection.
Best price anywhere. Direct from fac-
tory at 55% off list. No risk-money-
back guarantee. NO 2-2684. )B237
2 SEASON TICKETS for the May Fes-
tival for Saturday and Sunday, first
balcony. Call NO 8-7387. )B306
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
M. H. PRYOR JR. wishes to announce
that lie was soundly trounced at
straight pool by tiger DAVID MARLIN.
RENT A CLEAN NEW CAR
Daily, Weekly or Hourly Rates
Reservations made anywhere
~ Rent A Car
514 E. Washington St.
Phone NO 3-4156
RXERS WANTED to Ithaca, N..
Leave May 9 return May 12. NO 5-
5464 evenings. )¢'
APARTMENT for five boys-lir-en, utili-
ties furnished. Must ren Immedi-
ately. On campus. 509 f w Dvison.
Phone NO 8-6757. )C138
TO RENT for summer 3 room furn-
ished apartment all utilities: near
campus. Call NO 2-4591; 247 Hinsdale,
SUMMER APARTMENT, spacious, 5
rooms, private bath and kitchen,
cool, 1 block from campus, T.V. Call
NO 2-7004 between 5 and 7. )C136
LARGE 5 ROOM furnished apt. Suit-
able for 4 men; 1 block from Campus.
NO 2-4165. )C135
WANTED MAN to share desirable apt.
for summer. Phone NO 5-5924. )125
FURNISHED for 4 adults. S. State.
Available now for two. Four on
June 8 to September 15. Utilities
paid. Seniors, graduates preferred.
No drinkers! HU 2-2757. )0140
FOR SUMMER: 3 man furnished apart-
ment with bath, 1 block from Cam-
pus. Cali NO 3-8765 after 5:30 P.M.
NEED 2 ROOMMATES for BIG furn-
ished Summer Apt. Half block from
campus. 51V2 rooms, all privileges;
EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE
. Call Rene, 317 Chicago, W.Q. or
Len, 101 Chicago. )C13i
FOR SUMMER, Spacious 3 room apt.
and sun porch, all nicely furnished;
close to campus and downtown. NO 3
ROOMS FOR MALE STUDENTS, %
Double at $6.50/wk. available now.
Also rooms for summer session. NO 2-
6094 after 5 P.M. 1021 Hill St. 2 door
from East Quad. )13
2 MALE graduate students need a third
roommate for summer and/or fall.
Situationamust be seen to be appre-
ciated. Call NO 3-8126 after 6 P.M.
RENT FOR SUMMER. Modern 3 room
apt. $100 per month. Call NO 5-5531.
SPACIOUS APARTMENT for 3for the
summer months; fully furnished;
cheap; campus area; NO 8-8026. )CI2
WANTED-Man to share desirable apt
for summer. Phone NO 5-5924. )C12
Newly furnished 3 room apt. In re-
modeled house 5 minutes from cam-
pus. Fully equipped; modern kitch-
en; private bath. Good airy living
room! Sun terrace; two entrances;
TV and FM, NO 3-6409 between 5
and 7 P.M. )012
FOR FALL and summer-modern apart-
ments 1 block from campus. NO 2.
POSITIONS FOR DENTISTS
New office space for lease or sale.
Available for immediate occupancy.
Can include work rooms, operating
rooms, sec., and so forth. For fur-
ther information please call, L. O.
Page, Butts and Swisher, NO 3-0501.
3-MAN modern apt. 6/15 to 9/15 or
6/15/58. Furnished or not. NO 5-6326.
MAN GRADUATE STUDENT
Newly finished bachelor apartment
close to campus; living bedroom com-
bination with dining and kitchen L.
Private bath, $65, utilities furnished.
HARVARD SUMMER SCHOOI STU-
DENTS-3 person apt., 1 block from
Harvard Yd. Call David 2-6105 after
334 Nickels Arcade
NO 2-7767 NO 2-9425
(Above Bay's Jewelry)
Values up to $34.95
$19.95 while they last,
300 S. Thayer
Phone NO 3-8611
122 East Washington
ROOM SIZE RUGS
Save up to 50%
Prices at $12.
Smith's Floor Covering
207 E. Washington
Open Monday evening until 8:30
An amazing inventory of Hi
components available to you
1217 & 1317 So. University
IM ICH IGAN DA ILY
420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Please find enclosed $ for which you are to publish the following
classified ad for three consecutive days. (Use pencil and print each word
LOST-a diamond ring South Univer-
sity area. Reward call NO 3-1053. )A140
REWARD for return of lady's gold
,Helbroes watch, 5559 Stockwell. )A141
REWARD for return of Lord Elgin
watch left in 340 W.E. last Thurs-
day. Phone NO 8-7651. Don Trim.
REWARD for information leading to
whereabouts of gold ring. Lost 3/18 in
library. Call 3-0521, ext. 672. If no ans.
leave message. )A120
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