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SU~1NDAY, MAY2, 1926

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*1T EII XEUUIIVE
/OEE[KS FO URTH TER M
iAlex Groesheck Becomes Candidate
I "To Complete His Program" Of
-Varied improvements
"PI'C IES WELL KNOW}' N"
(By Associated Press)
D ZDETROIT, May 1.-Gov. Alex J.
",nroesb~eck today announced his can-
didacy for a fourth term as chief
executive of Michigan.
A; desire to see to,,their completion
programs .of highway, conservation,
and agricultural, improvements .is giv-
en =as the, reasoni the governor has de-
cided to become a candidate again, he
said..
The statement folliows:
"The rapid growth -in population
and the extraordinary development in
all branches of commercial and indus-
trial activity have placed us in a lead-
ing and commanding position in the
nation. This has been due primarily
to the enterprise and industry of our
citizens and their loyalty to the state.
"It always has been my idea that
state work should measure up to the
demands of the times and appropriate-
ly reflect the progressive sentiment of
the people, and for five years my ob-.
ject has been to make it so. During"
that short period. the legislature has
sensed the necessity of incorporating'
in our statutes. the autbority and,
ground-work, as it were, for placing
public finances on a sound and perma-
nent basis, without the imposition of
onerous and unnecessary- taxes, pro-
vide for the economical and efficient
administration of departments, make
the elected. officers responsible for, the
proper management of state business,
and to insure the early rehabilitation
of all educations, charitable, and re-
forinatory institutions, so that by ele-
vating their standards of offieiency
and service they would more adequate-
ly reflect the purposes of their estab-
lishment.
"While the program along the lines
indicated has not been completed, yet
sufficient, has been accomplished to
amply demonstrate the wisdom of the
policiA iadopted.
"It is for this reason I have decided
to again become a candidate.
"Naturally, I would like to see this
through, and have no hesitancy, in
saying so. I have always cherished
the good will andi support the voters
of the state have extended to me. They
are full compensation for everything
I have done, or undertaken, as a pub-
lic servant."

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Beginning SUNDAY NIGHT, MAY 2
O)peninlg of s4pi lg awitd Smamer Seas~on
THE GARRICK COMPNY
Ann HrdingRollo Peters
And I)Istiiiguishcii 'New Yorkl; layers
In Gilbert Emiery's Vitaal PIRY of 'iOdhzy
Big Broadway
SITHIER. PRICES
-Nights, 24e to $1.5-W''oed. and Sat. JMats., 25c, 40c 75e
A Coan'y That Promiises
.TQ ..fa ke Tl ietriea41 istory inM1etroit

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WILLIAM FAVERSHAM
(14 Arraiigemientt nitli Sheesgren:anyd Vroni)

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Phone (Gails Only Through Glendale 9792

Nights, 50c to $2.50

SYDI)NEY SHIIEL~DS and Augmiented-$Company
Thurs. Mat. 50c to $1.50 Sat. Mat. 50c to'$2.00

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ital theater, to cost $900,000, which. will
have a ,seating capacity of 2,000, will
begin June 1, it is announced by W.
S. Butterfield, owner of a chain of
Michigan theaters.
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Critis Are Unanimous!I
From the New York Dailt) Neivspapcrs:
NEWS- (Julia Harpmnan) -You may spendl all the pra ises at your1 commuand
and still feel that you haven't done the piece more than half justice.
IW!ORNING TELEGRtAPH-(Norbert Lusk)---It shouldl be seen by every
serious follower of the screen, and will undoubtedly crowd the theatre for
weeks to come.
THE EVENIN'G WORLD-(Palmer Smith)-A tense melodrama of the sea,
affording John Barrymore opportunity to revive and vary his "D[r. Jekyll and
Mr. RJyde" in the more picturesque surroundings of the whaling industry.
.TELEGRA1- (Frank Vreel and) -The picture is greater than "Down to the
Sea in Ships" and it is one of the finesit seascapcs on record. You can't afford
to miss seeing John Barrymore.

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