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THE MICHICAN DAIUV

TE EXIcUiTIVES
P a
shot Points Out Possibility
of Political Domination
by Money Forces.
)OSEVELT IS SPEAKER
'n Wants Powers of General
Business Manager for
Governors.

Great Northern Train Wrecked by Tornado

AGAINST flVERN
Articles Added to Impeachment
Complaint Against Norton,
Tennessee Head.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 2.-(iP)
-Seven new impeachment articles'
against Gov. Henry H. Norton were
ready today for presentation .to the
house of representatives.
The article filed last week charg-
ed that Horton entered into a con-
:piracy with Rogers Caldwell, fin-
ancier. and Col. Luke Lea, publish-
er and politician, by which Horton.
was to receive their political sup-
port and was in turn to direct the
state government for their finan-
cial gain.
Five of- the new charges were
made public late last night by John
Tipton, chairman of the special
committee that prepared them.
One Hof the new articles alleges
that Gov. Horton issued a pardon'
to "Billy" Wilkerson, former Mem-
phis night club operator,. II

Today's Radio Programs
(Eb.tern Standard Time)

W heel and Tire Taken
From Car of Libraria
A wheel and a tire were stol
Monday night from the car

Tonight's best dance orchestras-
Peter Van Steeden, IV rton Down-
ey, Freddie Rich, Vincent Lopez,
Will Osborne, Grenadiers, and Felix
Ferdinando.
The International Singers will
appear on the Palmolive program
as guest artists tonight over sta-
tions WWJ, WTAM, and WGY at
8:30 o'clock tonight. On the sup-
porting program, Olive Palmer,
Palmolive's featured soprano, will
sing several songs. Paul Oliver, ten-
or, and Gus Haenschen and his or-
chestra will also be heard in the
broadcast.,

5:00-Peter Van Steeden and his orchestra-
WJZ, WREN
5:30-Roy Atwell's Tide Water Inn-WEAN,
WOKE), WABC
5:45--Lite Jack Little-WEAF
6:00-'Kate Smith and herSuanee Music-
WOKO, WFBL, WLBW
6:15-Mne. Alda, "Boscul Moments"-WEAF,
WGY. WRCt
The Phantom Caravan-WJZ, WREN
6:20- Final baseball scores-WJR
6:45-Morton Downey, Anthony Wons -
WXYZ, WEAN, WFBL
7:00-Bobby Ja.nes-WWJ, WTAM, WGY
7:15-Barbershop Quartet - WXYZ, WEAN,
WFBL
7:30-Mobiloil Concert-WWJ, WTAM, WGY
Musical Crusaders-WREN, KDKA
Freddie Rich, Rhythm ChoristAers -
WXYZ, WEAN, WFBL
Ben Bernie and his orchestra-WJR
S:00-"The House of Terror"--KDKA, WLS
8:30-PalmoliveAHours. Gus Haenschen -
WWJ, WTAM, WGY
9:00-String orchestra, Grantland Rice -
WWJ, WTAM, WGY
Grenadiers dance orchestra-WJZ
Lee Morse on Vitality Personalities
program-KMOX, WEAN, WFBL
9:15-Symphonic interlude -WXYZ, KMOX,
WFB L
9:30-Sa Lanin's orchestra-WXYZ, KMOX,
WFBL
9:45-Bon Bons, Negro quartet -WXYZ,
WEAN, WFBL
10:00-Don Bigelow and his orchestra-WXYZ,
KMOX, WFBL
10:15-Vincent Lopez and his orchestra-
WWJ, WTAM, WGY
10:30-Will Osborne and his orchestra-WABC,
WORC
1 :00-Continentals, dance orchestra - WGY,
WENR

Frederick C. Hamil, assista
charge of the graduate re
room in the Library, 'while tl
was parked in front of his
at 216 S. Ingalls str eet.

WEDDING
FLOWERS

OF

LICK, Ind., June 2.-(/-P)
anklin D. Roosevelt of
and Gifford Pinchot of
ia were headliners of
Governors' Conference

D1 TI1C

he Pennsylvanian chose to de-
r a warning against domination
public utilities in political af-
s.
ov. Roosevelt, speaking on land
zation and state planning, told
state executives that in time of
ning industry "we can overlook
defects of organization and
ger~ signals from industry and
culture, but in times suchas
present, these symptoms attain
importance and show us the
ncy of the new problems we
e to face."
Utah Governor Speaks.
nother speakerrat today's ses
was Gov. George H. Dern of
h, who advocated that a chief]
utive be given the duties and
ers of a general manager, and
nade the real business head ofl

Associate dPresPh ot,
Blown off the track by a tornado near Fargo, N. D., the wrecked
coaches of the crack Great Northern train are shown above. Peculiar
enough, only one person was killed, although a score were injured.
NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION PRAISES {
SUPREMI, COURT'S RULING ON LAWI

In the final program of the Can-
adian Pacific Crusaders the Bytown,
Troubadors, a mixed chorus, an in-
strumental trio, and an orchestra
under the direction of Alfred Hea-
ther will come before the micro-
phone to say a musical farewell un-
til some future time. Listen to them
over stations WREN and KDKA at
7:30 o'clock.

ANN ARBOR
FLORISTS, INC.
122 East Liberty
Phone 6215

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Minnesota's Law, Suppressing
Newspapers, Declared
Unconstitutional.
ATLANTA, June 2.-(P)-Leaders
among the editors here for the an-
nual convention of the National
E d i t o r i a 1 asssociation expressed
gratification upon learning of the[
supreme court decision Mondayl
holding the Minnesota newspaper
suppression law unconstitutional.
"When restriction is started there
is always. danger that it may de-
velop into a gag," said George B.
Dolliver of Battle Creek, Mich.,
president of the association. He
said, however, that "newspapers of

the country are satisfied with the1
freedom of the press as they now
have it."
M. C. Hotaling of St. Paul, Minn.,
executive secretary 3of the associa-
tion, expressed approval of the de-
cision.
"The press should not be confin-
ed in its expression," he said.
"There is no need for restriction
of reputable newspapers."
He added that some Minnesota
editors feel that regulation of "cer-
tain types of publications would
not be undesirable," but believed
that regulation could be accom-
plished through statutes other than
the one declared unconstitutional.

Cleaning

Pressing

Repairinj

Alterations by expert tailor

"ALL IS WELL
You will feel
~ ~I '~'THAT WAY
~About the safety oif your
~ ~valuable if you, place ther
in a

OSWALDKATZ
SUITS AND TOPCOATS PRESSED

ads, pipe lines, tele-
ne and radio services,
s and trucks are law-
to federal control
d in interstate busi-
nchot said. "The wa-
velopment of our
vered by the federal

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Co-operation Needed.
"But the interstate transmission
electric power is still in a twi-
ght zone in which the states are
nable to assume control, while the
deral power, although it has been
serted, has not yet been exer-
sed."
The governor expressed' the con-ta.teqeto.o ul
tion that theaunb essne ofthepubic
;i4 ties cannot be settled by indi-

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