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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1953

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY. TUESDAY, JUNE ~3, 1953
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HST Visiting
Washington
Democrats.
WASHINGTON - (P) - Harry
S Truman confessed with a trace
of humor yesterday that he'd
much rather be on the outside of
the White House looking in ""than
on the inside looking out."
The former President made this
quip during a visit to Democratic
National Committee headquarters,
where he was greeted by the work-
ers there before taking a seat in
front of television cameras.
Looking at a copy of the Wash-
ington Evening Star with a car-
toon depicting his first visit to
Washington since the Republicans
took over on Jan. 20, Truman ob-
served:
"This cartoon shows me with a
Key West shirt and a cap and a
newsreel camera standing outside
the gates of the White House, and
it is labeled, 'Tourist Season'.
"I'd much rather be on the out-
side looking in than on the inside
looking out."
It was a day qf fast movement
for the 69-year-old former presi-
dent, who told reporters that "Ev-
erybody seems happy to see me,
and I've been most happy to see
them."

CITY ROUNDUP:

Street Projects, Elections
In Local Political Focus

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By PAT ROELOFS
Street improvement projects,
election of a new Ann Arbor Char-
ter Revision Committee and con-
troversy over limits on distribution
of milk in Washtenaw county have
highlighted the civic program in
the past three weeks.
. Skirmish over preservation of
trees in the process of widening
and resurfacing streets ended last
week in a compromise between the
city and State highway commis-
sion when it was decided to widen
Huron St. to 42 feet and remove
only 23 trees. Resurfacing and im-
provement of Seventh and Wash-
ington streets are also included in
the $32,975 project.
A 10.6 PER CENT turnout of the
city electorate voted for the Ann
Arbor Charter Revision Commit-
tee, including four University fac-
ulty members. Prof. Russell Smith,
secretary and instructor in the
Law School has been elected vice
chairman of the group which is
being headed by Lawrence Oui-
met, local business man. Also
included on the committee are
Dean E. Blythe Stason and Prof.
Paul Kauper of the Law School,
and Prof. Robert Angell of the
sociology department.

Local milk distributors have
issued a protest against the pro-
posed milk ordinance which
would 1) open up Ann Arbor as
a sales area to dairies located
outside of Washtenaw county
and 2) require dairies to put
hooded covers on all milk con-
tainers under 3 gallons, includ-
ing pint and half pint cream
bottles which are not now meet-
in this requirement. The City
Council is attempting to remove
the present limit for plants sup-
plying milk to Ann Arbor be-
cause the limit is unconstitu-
tional.
Also included in city activity
was:
1) Election of new members of
the local Board of Education, Ash-
ley H. Craig, George F. Schlecht,
Mabel Nesbit and Horace Camp-
bell filling a one year unexpired
term.
2) Conviction of Bennett
Thomas, former janitor at the
University hospital, found guilty
Friday of assault on a University
hospital employe last February.
Judge James R. Breakey, presid-
ing at the non-jury trial, stated
there are no alternatives but to
imprison Thomas for the crime.

Prof. Carney
Dies Saturday
Funeral services will be held at
4 p.m. today for Prof. Robert J.
Carney, 69 years old, of the chem-
istry department, at Muehlig Cha-
pel.
Prof. Carney, a member of the
faculty for 47 years, died Satur-
day of a heart attack at Univer-
sity Hospital after several months
illness. He was instrumental in
establishing a chemistry store
which dispersed equipment to all
University schools.

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UCLA, NOT DOGPATCH-This comely coed was spotted inhaling
thick pipe fumes while poring over her books at UCLA.
Relaxed Automobile Rules Now
Being Enforced by University
Automobile regulations for the date of expiration of the in-
summer have been relaxed to in- surance policy must be present-
clude a recreational privilege, ed to Streiff at the Administra-
available to any student with tion building. If the applicant is
proper credentials, Karl D. Streiff, under 21, permission of the
parents is also required.
Assistant to the Dean of Students,
has announced. Other special driving privileges
are also available. A family per-

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Streiff cautioned that this rec- mission
reational privilege does not in- students
lude permission to park in any of resident
the restricted University parking students
lots. Parking permits are not giv- living b
en to any students. campusc
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THE NEW recreational privilege There
permits use of cars to participate health p
in such outdoor sports as golf, permitsc
tennis, and swimming. Picnics flice of
connected with these events are over 26
also included in this privilege. have a f
Mixed company, however, is not fellow o
permitted in cars after 9:30 p.m. all studs
To obtain this driving per- st rep
mission, the license number ofden
the automobile, the number of The ri
the drivers license, and the ing lots
name, policy number, and the holding

can be used by married
under 26 years old. A
privilege is available for
living at home. Students
eyond 11%2 miles of the
can apply for a commuting
ation.
are also business and
permits available. All the
can be secured at the Of-
Student Affairs. Students
years old or those who
faculty rating of teaching
r higher are exempt from
ent regulations but must
ort to the Office of Stu-
fairs.
estricted University park-
are only available to those
special parking permits.
authorized car is liable to
fine from the Ann Arbor
epartment.

Student Wins
Reinhard Wittke, Grad, has
been granted a Fulbright Award
for the 1953-54 academic year for
the study of medieval history at
the University of Munich, Ger-
many.

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Phone 3-4436

Don't you want to ry a cigarette
with a record like this?.
1. Chesterfield Quality Highest. Recent chemical analyses give an index of
good quality for the country's six leading cigarette brands.
The index of good quality table -a ratio of high sugar to low nicotine
- shows Chesterfield quality highest
... 15% higher than its nearest competitor and Chesterfield quality 31%
higher than the average of the five other leading brands.
2. No adverse effects to nose,
throat and sinuses from smoking
-- 0Chesterfield. From the report of a
medical specialist who has

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