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DAY, BECEyIBER. 6, 1938
CITIES; STATE JOINI
IN DRIVE TO HELI
Millions. Being Spent by Both
Governments to Relieve
WORK ALREADY BEGUN
Extensive Highway Construction
to be Continued Through
(By Associated Press),
DETROIT, Dec. 5. - Fully con-j
scious of the emergency created by
nearly a year of depression, the en-
tire state of Michigan is extending
a helping hand to the unemployed
Leaders Plan Survey.
From the state government down
to the villages, leaders in public,
industrial and business life are giv-
ing relief and are planning addi-
tional means of aid, a survey con-
ducted by the Associated Press re-
The relief vorr:, for the most
part, has not been a disorganized,
emotional expansion of charity.
Rather, therm has been a concerted
effort to find jobs and make jobs
and to supply material assistance
to -hose for whom work cannot be
found. Millions of dollars are being
spent in these efforts.
The state government itself is
doing things never done before. For
the first time extensive winter
highway work is being attempted.
Bridge construction also will be
continued through the cold months.
Emnployes are being worked in two
weekly shifts of three days each
in order to spread the benefits. Gov.
Fred W. Green and Senator James
Couzens are asking the federal gov-
ernment to make available some
$4,500,000 in federal highway aid
funds which ordinarily would not
be sent to the state until next year.
Contracts Are Let.
Contracts for $3,000,000 worth of
construction work on institutions
have been authorized by the state,
arid this work will go on through
the winter. About $50,000 from the
Michigan-Chicago football game
Will be distributed throughout the
state by Gov. Green. The state de-
partment of labor and industry is
conducting a state-wide employ-
Practically every city of the state
is organized for unemployment re-
lief. The practice of registering the
name; and needs of the unemploy-
ed has been adopted in most of
them, and many "odd jobs" cam-
paigns have been held.
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F7! 00VER'S ANNUALL MESSAGERAD University Expends
AS HOT ESIONBEIN WRK $745,285 on Local ._ __
Concerns, Payroll TETR
Majestic--Eddie Cantor showing
Ann Arbor firms during the last i"Wope.
year have received $745,285.56 fromE Michigan-Spencer Tracyan
th Y.,..-r e University, itwsrva e e-CaeLueiU h River."
tidybySile .Smtvce Wetl-o'ty Mc ili
f y .'u president of the University. This "The Love Racke j,,xith Sidney
sum is exclusive of the annual pay- Blackmer and Myrtle Steadman.
"'^^ Ament of $6,891,943.25 to individual Lydia Mendeli. l -"Thoe Fool ,"
citizens in the city employed by the presented by the Wesley Playecrs,
.~ ~Uniersiy. 7:15 o'clock.
## : VriIncluded in the total payment to
Ann Arbor firms is $29,500 to theI GENERAL~
water department, $24,738.17 to the
yDetroit-Edison company, $44,225.22 Dan- ni 1ocoka h
t to the Michigan Bell Telephone Legeyo asnsoceta
company, $7,941.28 tz5 the Pn'ly Lxii h-,Etcin gs ~and engrav-
.: ~f w Express agency, and $2,758.29 to i ngs by Chamberiain 'and D. saris;
the nite Staes aymater.Theopen daily from 9 until 5 o'clock,
IWashtenaw Gas company received west gallery, Alumni Memorial hall.
= ' $14,632.90, the Western Union Tele- Sophomor'e Cabaret--O pen after-
1 $ graph company received $4,237.26, noon and evening at Barbour gym-
and the Ann Arbor railroad receiv nasium; also Women's League,
Y ~ed $6,104.69. bazaar, open all day.
.i s o tdPress I hoto MI I C
Scene in the house of represen t ie-,'u 1.e r esident's annual 1 1
message was read to congre s Pat rick .'ala~iom.a for many years JOY M ONTH -fSP .CIAL
reading clerk" of the ihouse, is ho- n :ra1 WW hereads the. chief All Seats lc to 2 o'clockc
executive's comxmunica~tion. Sc ted b~x.ipj iijIs Speaker Lone worth.
(Continued fromn Pa )e Si& z'8i . ,_S vice willr
All-Campus Ftrum.: Pahl Pc c L °'Co~' ; a J, d ,,Dc)c. 7. by (
-1 C(-hi c o Calvini Semi-
field secr etary of the Leacm,' 'nary. i ihI hdONt
dustrial Democracy, will ta l aon the u 1)j)(_ oen('' lofLane Ball 'at
"W hy I Am a Socialist,"' M onday p10:'10af er oo a 4 15 'cocairp.tr
aferon t :5 'lok a.ro i''.i :AmY-y LoomisN
D, Alum ni Memorilal hall. ~R~
_a se o d p o r m o th 'The Baptist G uild: Su r)ctay, ~ ~ Rea dirig series
The Reverend Paul E. Alden, ren --e bIth Lage ibar
L Cceini . at 3:30 Sunday after- ,s
senting the Foreign Mission Society: ,n iiiJ the Grand Rapids room of
of New York, will speak. th rLaue building. 7
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Daily at 2:00-3:40-7:00-9:'0'
Sunday Continuous 1:30-11:00'
Daily Except Sunday
A LAUGH A MINUTE!
A rib-tickling cnte:-t~i nent with the
6 p iaster of mirth and 'a bvy of gor-
art geous beauties.
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A story of a daring girl wh o eci sa d-,rc flpst 'o save' the life
of a girl she never mnet.
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Zane Grey's thrilling story of the ~etr his with George O'Brien
as the hard riding, swift shooting, square c'i "Bu'~ick fDuane."
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