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THE MICHIGANDAILY TURSDAY, JAI

LLOF- PRINCEl
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lonsent To ( Rve Oll I Id
iWith Priie
fs FAVOR CAROL
Associated Press)

INAUGURATED, WOMAN STATE OFFICER ASSUMES 5V "ery often our work is andi- is faith in the Republican party anl(] AT THIE DETROIT THEATERS
HER NEIA( WORK WITH ENTI-JUSIASM capped by a few women who carry IILHaim, loyalty. Ifelteids-__________
revolutionary ideas aggressively into Ithroiiow n Tof eiciganhae I ns-
politics, thus discrediting our cause.rcnie.Aa saoni onr G dA R. IC
(By Assocatcd Press) the respoibil~iity of women and ex-f The organization which I represent, ii rc 'eireure Aas a th m." issioner,;SAII
LANSING, Jan. _19.-Isabel Larwill,' pressed the belief that the women 's; as president of the Feeration, at-'1,, Irpec te. tA F Ail
the first woman to hold a position on' viewpoint on labor quesions as well tempts but one task, that. o organiz- - In a n *mling Comedy uccss
."..the state commission of iab~or and in- as in other fields, s valutable. I shralli lu, Politically, Repblx, ican uomrja ,.}. iirVILEngad-li new "T+E SHELF"
dustry, assumes her diutie s with I hze endeavor to interpret miy problemns We contribute our services and mriney cases of smallpox have been reported with riJr ByronDonald Meekft0
Ssame enthusiasm that has' brought with the view of women." in social and welfare w.ork trough here, bringing to 138 the number of; and 'a Gret Cast
Kher recognition in the political ~anks M~iss Larwiill's uties consist largely i other organization. Our one thought such cass reported in a we e. iO S
of Republican women. of pealing coinp~sation claims and N(~T
Miss Larwill feels a responsibility in this work she comes in frequent! a o%)
(]PLAYHOUSE Tus., Thurs.Sat
no n cnatbut the womene whosee backinghmadle various industriesiothhtae i~ n ~
it possible for her to broaden her( "When I have become acquainted rT t- AT II or ih o 0ioti
t 1responsibilities, with the dluties incident to this o~ffie ,-J: - New York Sook with Laughter

reiicttionin her long wsrggesor."and take advice and study my work: suggestions from the women in a con-;
rehbiltaton f hr aywr~lson *.'.carefully. I feel that in this appoint-' structive attempt to better their posi-'
PicCal.PritnrotfromI { iment Governor Green has recognized t ion as employes.
sources far fromrnengligible, together ..
with veiled allusions in the news-
papers, all tend to show the .govern- ~
ment has been conviinced, the only
way to clear the atmosphere, persis-
tently overcast since Carol renounlced l
his rights,. is to recall him. IIIE!" , _~i
Premier Alvcrescu and cabinet men-'
hers are understood to have decided
to consent to a reconciliation with y'vo
Carol, subject to certain conditions, to o
obtain' necessary support to combat
the opposition. In this connelPction,
the party of the Bratiano brothers, Where Character Clothe, Are Mande
Ionel and Vintilla, for years a power-
ful influence, and the party of Premiei. K-
Averescu are said to be negotiating
for a fu.sion with the national peas-;l.:N
ants' party, which supports Carol, for O RSRN O L N R
the formation of a solid bloc.:: . .
Everything is dependent on meetings I ARRIVING EACH DAY-
of the political parties fixed for the~
end of the week, but in any case, the -
understanding is that. a- reconciliation
between Carol and his family will = I
take ,place, even if the contemplated ".. COME IN AND SE THEM-- =
party fusion fads. John S. Fisher, above, took: office I~L
It remains to be decided when and as governor of Pennsylvania Tuesday. 11=
how public announcement of h;Ms ar ihr isduheis YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION
reconciliation shall be made. 1' shown below. .
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