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August 07, 1924 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1924-08-07

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DA Y

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TEl.)

Donaldson to Lecture
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, of the
Fine Arts department, will give an il-
lustrated lecture in Natural Science
auditorium on Friday, Aug, 8, at 5
o'clock on August Saint Gaudens, re-

viewing his life and career and sho
ing the extent of his influence up
:his own time and upon sculptors
,general since death.
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lands, Siberia, Saturday. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
In a terse message to the Air min- August 12 and 13
istry, London, Maj. MacLaren declar- -12- 4. m., 1-5 p. in, on Aug. 13-
ed his world flight was abandoned, af- Exhibition of work of the classes
ter flying nearly three-fourths of the
way around the globe, on account of in general and the classes in In-
"impossible flying conditions." " dustrial Art and Outdoor Painting
and Drawing. Engineering building-
Karachi, British India, Aug. 5.- and West Gallery of Alumni Mem-
Maj. Zanni, Argentine world flier, left orial hall.
this morning for Nasirabad.
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UNDER the ptovisions of the Federal Revenue Act of 1924,
phone messages became free from tax at midnight, July
The taxes imposed under the previous law were as follows:

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all tele-
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On a telephone toll message for which the charge was more than
fourteen cents and not more than fifty cents . . . . . . 5 cents
On a message for which the charge was more than fifty cents . 10 cents
These taxes were highest, in proportion to the charge for service, for toll
messages over moderate distances, the tax in some cases amounting to
one-third of the toll charge.
We have anticipated the increased use of toll facilities that will follow
the removal of these taxes and are prepared to care for it.
Michigan Bea' Telephone Company
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