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"I'm with the- preventive groups,"
he smiled. "I have two workers
who pick out a set of 10 blocks in
a community-each one starts at
a different end and they work in,
talking to parents of children in
Then, said Owens, the Commis-I
sion gets the parents to meet, "and
we set objectives for them, about
their children," in a wide attempt!
to defray juvenile delinquency. '
The children are then collected,
"and we more or less find out each
one's main interests, but don't set
any objectives for them," he em-j
Thus Chicago children have op-
portunity to develop talent, wheth-
er sportswise or music or artwise.
"There are a YMCA, a YWCA, a
Boy's Club, teachers, all kinds of
places where we can send each
child according to his inclination.
"It's hard," Owens said," for
16-year old girls to find jobs, so
we help that by asking store own-
ers to help us. When girls are that
age, they want little things to fix
themselves up with, they need
money, and we make sure they
Every Negro and white person
has to have a chance to make a
niche in this country, he added.
Atomic Age Fountain
LANSING (P - Governor G.
Mennen Williams may ask the
special session of the legislature to !
strengthen Michigan's driving li-
He said he will study a request
from Secretary of State James M.
Hare for an amendment to the
law to allow the state to deny
licenses to drivers with bad re-
The state has denied thousands
of licenses to bad drivers for
Last year, Hare said, some 28.-
000 licenses were withheld because,
of poor records.
The procedure was challenged
this week in a ruling by Judge
Marvin L. Salmon of Ingham
County Circuit Court.
Judge Salmon held that the
Secretary of State exceeded his
statutory powers in denying licen-
ses because of bad records.
HELP WANTED WANTED TO BU'
BABY-SITTER from nine till eleven
A.M. Monday thru Thursday during
Summer session. Call NO 2-2503. H
V. ANIED TO BUY-National G
Ic Magie, .Jan., Feb.,raid
1956. One copyeah.Call1 E.
KITCHEN HELP for meals. 1319 Hill NO 3-1531a Ext. 387.
Howard Went. NO 2-6422 -__
NEW UNION FOUNTAIN-Seven and a half feet in diameter,
the"Class of '56" gift fountain undergoes construction. Placed in
front of the new Union addition ,the fountain will have sprays
shooting in towards the center in a hemisphere four feet high.
Motif for the fountain is the atomic age.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2) TIONS CONCERNING STUDENT AF- NAL, Chicago, II., has openings for
FAIRS, CONDUCT AND DICIPLINE, Salesmen to contact schools in various
Copies are available in the Office of states.
standards of conduct. Student Affairs. TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. is look-
FREE MEALS, snack and house privi-
leges, earned by assisting in prepara-
tion and serving of food. Twelve to
fourteen hours per week. Cal or see
Mrs. Edwards, Nelson Internntional
House 915 Oakland, NO 3-8506. ) H
ROOMS FOR RENT I
FURNISHED THRREE ROOM ASPARri-
MENT-Ist 'oor; basement study.1
Utilities furnished. Accommodates 3
or 4; South State Street. Available
now, till September 15. Dial 3YP-
SPANISH SPEAKING STUDENT wanted
to share furnished apartment with 3
other Venezuelan students. Call 1223
S. State St., Second floor in afternoon.
CAMPUS APARTMENTS, 3 and 4 Adults
3 and 4 Rooms, nicely decorated and
furnished. Private bath. Call NO 2-
0035 or 8-6205, or 3-4594. )D
ROOMS FOR RENT-men. 723 Oakland.
tblock from campus. Singles-$7.00.
Doubles - $12.00, Call NO 3-3792 after
LARGE, PLEASANTLY furnished house
close to campus. Singles, doubles,
and triples. Kitchen privileges and
use of spacious living room, study on
first floors. $5, per week, Call NOE
3-1511 extension 2858 or NO 3-8274. D
LEGAL FRATERNITY serving three
meals daily (Mon.-Fri. noon). Reason-
able rates. Located one block from
Union. Call Rog Boerema at NO 2-
GOOD HOME cooked food, carefully
prepared, by the week. Rebates. 1319
Hill, Howard Wentz, NO 2-6422. S
DO YOU need a place to eat this sum-
mer? We feature meals Monday thru
Friday. New cook. Alpha Chi Alpha
1319 Cambridge. Call NO 2-8312, and
ask for house manager. S
FRATERNITY NOW serving meals. Only
one block from campus. For reserva-
tions call Dick or Don afternoons or
evenings at NO 3-8581. }
1947 OLDSMOBILE, radio and heater,
Hydramatic transmission, good lon-
cost transportation for $85. Call NO
jFOR SALE- Paasch e !model V airbrus-h.
Never used, $15. The Paint Pot, 707
Packard. Phone NO 2-0533.
DAVENPORT-BED, like new. 50. Call
NO 3-6137,12 to1 or5 to . iB
WASHINGS, finished work. ironing sep-
arately! Specialize on cotton dresses,
bloases, wash skirts. Free pick-up and
delivery. Phone NO 2-9020. )JI
SIAMESE CAT Stud Service. Registered.
Mrs. Peterson's Cattery, NO 2-9020. )J
TEACHER OF SINGING-Mrs. Kenneth
Westerman. Member of The National
Association of Teachers of Singing
715 Granger. NO 8-6584. J
URGENTLY NEED one or two men to
share apartment. Good location, ex-
cellent apt. Call NO 2-9197 between
11:30 AM. and 12:30 P.M.
2 ROOM Apartments, furnished, includ-
ing utilities. 551 Church, NO 8-7812
TWO ROOM apartment, furnished, new
clean. Private entrance. Between Ypsi.
and Ann Arbor. $67.50 per month,
Phone NO 2-9020. C
Read and Use
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOMS AND OR BOARD available for
summer session and fall. Nelson n-
ternational House, 915 Oakland. NO
WANTED TO BUY
WOULD LIKE TO BUY one used 20"
boy's bicycle preferably with balance
wheels. Call NO 2-9020.)K
GIRL GRAD wanted to share 3 room
apartment near campus for summer.
Call Joan, NO 5-5121 between 5 and
er ec in ir.Modern eGooina'"
SHOWS 7:00-9:00 P.M.
Soaring High ... Above
all others ... in Excitement
HECHT AND LANCASTER
BURT present TONY
Color bj Do Luxe
Si~wby REED I wews SL
-Rele.ned thru UNWITW ARTISTS
University students or student organi-
zations are responsible for their guests'
compliance with the standards of con-
Any student-sponsored function at
which conditions arise that are injur-
ious to the prestige of the University
may be abolished by the Committee on
Student Affairs. (Regents' Proceedings.
It is the joint responsibility of the
chaperons and the president of the or-
ganization sponsoring a social event to
see the University regulations are ob-
served, particularly those relating to
conduct, presence of women guests and
use of intoxicants (Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs, November 13 1946.)
STUDENT ORGANIGATIONS plan-
ning to be active during the summer
session must register in the Office of.
Student Affairs not later than July 6.
Forms for registration are available in
the Office of Student Affairs, 1020 Ad-
Use of the Student Organizations
Column in the Michigan Daily for an-
nouncement of meetings and use of
meeting room in University buildings
will be restricted to officially organiz-
ed and registered student organizations.
For procedures and regulation relat-
ing to student organizations, officers
are referred to UNIVERSITY REGULA-
GRADUATE STUDENTS expecting to
receive the master's degree in August,
1956, must file a diploma application
with the Recorder of the Graduate
School by Friday, June, 29. A student
will not be recommended for a degree
unles hP la ?lion fnra nl-i
ing for a man forthe Claims Depart-
ment in the Toronto. Ontario office.
MICI. STATE CIVIL SERVICE an-
nounces exams for Highway Lab. Tech-
nician I and Mental Health Nurse Con-
sultant IV. Applications must be in by
July 5, 1956.
for the Finest in Recorded Music
ssnenas r rormata pplication KENTUCKY STATE DEPARTMENT
in the office of the Graduate School. OF HEALTH announces an exam for
Supervising Chemist with a Phd in
The Department of Classical Studies Chem. and three years experience in
is giving an informal tea for its stu- Analytical Chem. or an M.S. and five
dents on Tuesday, July 3, in the East years experience. Applications must be
Conference Room of the Rackham postmarked before midnight July 18.
Building, at 4:15 p.m. Anyone interest- 1956.
ed in the Classics is invited to attend. For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
La Petite Causette: This informalj
French conversation group wlil meet at
4:00 p.m. Mon., .July 2, in the Snack
Bar of the Michigan Union. A staff
member will be present, but there is
no formal program. All persons interest-
ed in French are welcome,
Lane Hall today, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Sponsored by the Office of Religious
Affairs. Informal discussions. All stu-
LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA, of the
Department of Romance Languages, will
hold its first "Tertulia" (informal con-
versation in Spanish), Friday, June 29,
at 3 p.m., in the Snack Bar, of the
Michigan League. Refreshments willtbe
available. All those interested are in-
STANLEY QUARTET, Gilbert Ross
and Emil Raab, violin, Robert Courte,
viola, Oliver Edel, cello, assisted by Al-
bert Luconi, clarinet, will be heard in
the first program of the summer ses-
sion series at 8:30 Tues.. July., 3, in the
Rackham Lecture Hall. The concert will
include Mozart's Quartet in C major,
K. 465, Ross Lee Finney's Quartet No,
7 (1955) (First performance), and Mo-
zart's Quintet in A major, K 581, for
clarinet, two violins, viola, and cello.
Open to the general public without
A local laboratory is in need of two
technicians, Men or Women, with a
degree in Chem. or Zoology.
FARM JOURNAL AND TIME JOUR-
fBldg., ext. 371,.
SPECIAL NOTICE FOR REGISTRA-
TION WITH THE BUREAtU
A meeting will be held on Mon., July PER
2, at 3:00 p.m., in Room 231 Angell Hall
for students who are interested in reg- ENGINEERING
istering in either the Teaching or the ride from Mid
General Division of the Bureau of Ap- Arbor Sunday
pointments. All students who are in- day P.'s. Wi
terested in having the Bureau assist W. C, Zachari
them in finding employment after leav-
ing school are urged to attend, and
registration material will be given out Life ...,.
at the meeting. Men who are still fac- Newsweek.
ing military service are also encourag- Tnie.......
ed to register with the Bureau because Sports 11.
employers are interested in talking to Other specials
them with an eye to employment after Reporter, New
service. dent Periodica
STUDENT would like
land Michigan to Ann
P.M.'s and return Fri
lling to share expenses.
as, NO 2-4401, Ext. 102.
.....$4 (reg. $6.75)
3 (reg. $6)
3 (reg. $6)
.,4 (reg. $7.50)
to Sat. Eve. Fost,
Republic, etc. Stu-
al, NO 2-3061. )F
Ann Arbor Farmergs Market
Detroit St. between Catherine & North 5th Ave.
FARM FRESH PRODUCE
sold directly to contumer
by the producer.
Open every Wednesday & Saturday 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.
and every Monday evening from 5 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
"MAN WITH A GUN"
University of Michigan
Summer Session presents
THE. SALINE MILL THEATRE
on U.S. 112--12 mile west of Saline, Michigan
delight edity presents
a farce by NOEL COWARD
Opening tonight thru July 8th
ADMISSION: Week nights & Sunday $1.65; Sat. $2.20. Closed Mon-
days. Curtain time 8:30 Reservations held until 8:20. For reservations
phone Saline 31. Tickets on sale: Giltrow's in Saline, Mellencamp's in
Ypsilanti, Bob Marshall's in Ann Arbor, and at the box office. Children
half-price. Student season tickets $5.00.
AMERICA'S GENIUS OF MODERN MUSIC
"The Saline Mill Theatre.. .
place tovisit . ..
-TOM ARP, Michigan Daily
. . "Blithe Spirit"
Friday at 7 and 9
"THE GREEN PASTURES"
and an all-Negro cast
For your enjoyment at the
SNACK BAR: Air Conditioned
7 A.M.-1O P.M. Mon,-Thurs.
7 A.M. -8 P.M. Fri. andSat.
8 A.M.-7 P.M. Sun.
CAFETERIA: Air Conditioned
11:30 A.M.-1 P.M. Daily including Sundays
5 P.M.-7 P.M. Daily including Sundays
And His World Famous Orchestra
The "Duke" Is Applauded By His Fellow Musicians . ..
"THERE SHOULD BE A BETTER WORD THAN MUSIC - tapestries, perhaps, a blending
of vivid colors-to describe what Duke Ellington writes. His musical moods induce a hypnotic effect
in the listener, transforming him into the party of the first part. The 'Duke's' fans follow him around
the world to hear him play some of his 2,000 compositions. Whatever he writes is inimitably
Ellington." -JACKIE GLEASON
Saturday at 7 and 9
Sunday at 8 only
7:30 A.M.-9:30 A.M. Mon.-Fri.
12:00 Noon-i :30 P.M. Mon.-Fri.
6:00 P.M.-7:30 P.M. Mon.-Fri.
Closed Saturday and Sunday
"IT IS THE RARE ARTIST who has the imagination to continually meet the challenge of change.
Duke Ellington who predates swing has not only met this challenge but projects into the future."
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