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Fire Hazard
Inspeetion

traffic will be enforced on State, Liberty, Maynard and Williams
rafile "loop" plan will be tried in the campus business district.
get: Traffic 'Loops
)meRealiMonday
t o:dy

A city-wide inspection of Ann
Arbor fire hazards has revealed
ninety per cent of the homes in
the area already checked are safe.
Begun in July, the program was
instituted with the purpose of re-
ducing fires in homes of Ann
Arbor 'residents. So far only the
northwest quarter of the city has
been inspected.
The inspection, while not com-
pulsory, is intended to savi thou-
sands of dollars and perhaps sev-
eral lives. Uniformed .firemen ask
permission to inspect the home
after briefly explaining their pur-
pose. If they are refused entrance;
to the dwelling nothing further is
said.
Assistant Chief Harold E. Gauss
commented on the success of the
program. "Our progress has been,
hindered by homeowners not being
in when our men call. At least one,
out of three are not home."
He stressed the fact that the
program is for the homeowner's
benefit as well as the city's.
"Homeowners are killing two birds
with one stone," 'Assistant Chief
Gauss continued. "They are help-
ing out Ann Arbor as well as them-
selves."
/Overloaded fuse boxes and wir-
ing have proven to be the greatest
fire hazards Rubbish piled in base-
ments and attics come next ac-
cording.to inspection reports.
The program, in continuous op-
eration, runs from 9 to 1 a.m. and
from lto 4 p.m. every day. A fire
truck and a group of firemen check
an area of the city each day.

"The Red Shoes," a ballet film,
will open today at. the Cinema
Guild in the Architecture Audi-
torium.1
The Cinema Guild presents
classic films every Thursday, Fri-f
day, Saturday and Sunday night1
of the academic year John Eis-1
berg, '60, publicity director of the
Cinema Guild said.
This year the Cinema Guild will
present such films as "Crime and
Punishment," "The F o u n t a i nt
Head," "Quo Vadis" and "Dial M
for Murder."c
The purpose of the Cinema
Guild, a committee of Student
Government Council, is "to pro-:

vide funds for needy organiza-
tions on campus," Eisberg ex-
plained.
These organizations petition to
a seven man board of SGC mem-
bers to indicate need. The board,
headed by Ron Shorr, '58, desig-
nates two nights in which groups
showing need may sponsor a film.
Th sponsoring organization re-
ceives a' portion of the profits of
the showing, furnishes ushers and
ticket takers and provides publi-
city.
Show times are 7 and 9 u.m.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
and 8 p.m. Sunday.

The Reverend Edwin W. Miller
of Lakeland, Florida has been
named assistant resident chaplain
at University Hospital, according
to Dr. Albert C. Kerlikowske, Hos-
pital director.
Rev. Miller received his A. B.
degree from Florida Southern
College in -1943. Continuing his
studies, he received an M. A. de-
gree from Pepperdine College and

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STUDENTS OF MICHIGAN!
Welcome Back and Best Wish

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a B. D. from the Mc
ological Seminary
As assistant resi
Rev. Miller will pr
position of accred
chaplain.

The plan will be in operation on
90-day trial basis, according to
mtenant Robert Schlupe of the

cd b~y uVie Pl.: %U a U1 -b
ist of State, If it fails, Lt. Schlupe said,
id William 'parking will be banned on that
be directed part, of State Street at certain
et, east no hours, in an- effort to speed the
in a coun- flow'of traffic.
n on the The loop will become operative
as soon as necessary new parts for
ys Checking Account,
,i uid Asset i U.S.

the traffic signals on State Street
are received and installed. If they
arrive before the end of the week,
Lt. Schlupe said, they will be in-
stalled Sunday morning and oper-
ation of the' loop will begin Mon-
day.
New parking regulations in the
campus' area, approved by theI
Council last spring, will also be in!
effect this semester. All-night'
Parking is permitted on each side'
of the street on alternate nights,
to facilitate street cleaning and
snow removal. Signs have been
posted on the streets so affected.j

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me other form of assets.
me level had' a great deal to
h the form of securities-pre-
Among those families
yearly income was under
most favored bonds and

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taken in
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They also had approximately
the same amount of savings ac-
counts as checking accounts.
Those families with incomes of
over $5,000 generally leaned to-
ward stocks and real estate, and
there were more checking accounts
than savings accounts.
Stocks Held
Among .families in the $10,000-
or-more bracket, over half had
sotne common stocks. One-sixth
had 60 per cent or more of their
total assets in common stock.
Reasons for preference were
usually very clear. Among those
favoring bonds, safety of invest-
ment was the argument most often
mentioned in their favor. Savings
accounts were preferred for their;
liquidity; that is, the money in-
vested was most readily availabld.
Real estate and common stocks'
were favored for their high rate of
return.

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