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October 06, 1931 - Image 2

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Prime Minister, Lloyd George
Expected to Decide Plans
for Election.
LONDON, Oct. 5. -(P)-Prima
Minister MacDonald went to see
David Lloyd George, Liberal leader,
at his country home today for a
conference which is expected to
decide the matter of a general
Mr. MacDonald left No. 10
Downing St. shortly after breakfast
for the ailing Liberal chief's re-
treat at Churt, in the Surrey hills,
making what was interpreted as a
final gesture to win him over to
the national government's election
The consensus was that the
meeting would not result in calling
off the impending election but
would afford Lloyd George a closer
view of what has happened behind
the political scenes in recent weeks.
The Prime minister's invitation
from two small groups of Seaham
Harbor Laborites to run for re-
election in his present constituency
greatly heartened him. It was ex-
pected he would wait until opinion
there is better cystallized.
Two branches of the Seaham
Harbor p a r t y-Murton Mipers'
lodge and Mutton-have decided to
renominate Mr. MacDonald from
that division, accepting the prime
minister's offer to run if invited
and challenging , the local execu-
tive's intention to suport another
Alumni Officers Plan
Meeting in Ann Arbor
A meeting of the officers of the
10th alumni district to talk over
district plans will be held at the
Union on Saturday noon, Oct. 10.
Officers who will be present are
C. C. Goodrich Of Battle Creek;
L. J. Richards of Midland, district
president; A. S. Kurkjian of Grand
Rapids, vice president, and F. P.
Lourim of Jackson, secretary-treas-

Today's Radio Pro rars
-jj _(Ebdern Standard Time)
Up to the present time the Co- over WXYZ. Columbia's cuckoos of
lumbia Broadcasting system has the air, the Nit Wits will bring
enjoyed great success with theirmr
regular weekly programs. Feeling ''oe of their nonsensical music
the lack of a good sustaining pro- and drama to the microphone, to
gram at the rather difficult hour be broadeasI at 10:30 o'clock over
of 6:30 o'clock when people are still WXYZ.

i dining Cnlnmhin. hq-, rimip n rsrpat I


U11I Y. (llll , I'vvlll iu IIrn (~llE 1Li ,
deal of searching for a sketch of AthoughLih-Majority of Wis
the type which it has finally signed good programs come over the NBC
up for that time each Tuesday wires, still WJR has a few programs
night. Charlie and Oscar, owners worthy of note, foremost among
and managers of station PME, op- which i the Phantom announcer
erated in connection with the Pree-
bles Music Emporium, at Friendship with his Ballyhoo type of advertis-
Junction, will make their debut ing at 6 o'clock. However, just so
over station WXYZ at 6:30 o'clock much of his patter can be stood;
tonight, to fulfill the need which this as a warning. At 7:15 o'clock
Columbia has long felt. Puffs of Rhythm come floating over
the air to make a rather enjoyable
Another special for tonight is the program. The inimitable Red Apple
appearance of Norma Terris, who Club at 11:30 o'clock complete,
played the ingenue in "Show Boat." WJR's program for the day.
She will sing "Song of the Soul,"
never before heard over the air, at ' Tuesday night brings a preposing
8:45 o'clock over the Detroit station array of radio talent to the air
WXYZ. Tony Parenti and his cele- from the two chains of the National
brated Singing Saxophones-will be Broadcasting System. On the WEAF
heard tonight at 7:15 o'clock also side &nt throu h WWJ Frank
____----__________ Crnm ilt a nr J.T n . 5L

Administration's Stand Toward
Finance, Will Be Dccided
by Investigation.
WASHINGTON, O c t. 5.-(/P)-
Burdened by declining government
revenues and the urgent need of
raising more money, administra-
tion offlicals are studying closely
the many revisions of the income
tax law which have narrowed its
application to comparatively few
Among these officials, including
President Hoover. will be evolved
soon now the, administration's at-
titude toward the government's fis-
cal course in 1933. They will de-
cide whether tax increases will be
recommended to' congress.
Into their survey, the first quar-
ter of the 1932 fiscal year has
brought its complications with a
$244,000,000 drop in the treasury's


Maj. Gen. Smedley D. Butler has just retired from the United States
marine corps, put away uniforms and swords. He recently purchased a

Canadian Youths Get Treasure
in Tom Sawyer Fashion.
WINDSOR, Ont., Oct. 5.--(P)-
'Four boys playing "hookey" from
school last Wednesday found $4,-
000 worth of virgin gold, in true
Tom Sawyer fashion, hidden in a
woods near here.
The father of one of the boys
told police about it Sunday.
The gold was cached in two to-
bacco humidors, hidden in some
weeds, with a strip of white clothI
hanging from a tree over it--pro-
sum ably to mark the spot. It was
iL cloth which attracted the at-
tention of the boys--Lyle Dotzert,
Charles Morris, Stanley Durham
ard Gordon Tuck, each 13.
It took themonly a short time
to turn up the two humidors. One
cortamed seven pounds of precious
metal, the other eight. Virgin gold
is worth $17 an ounce.

3 o'loc, to be F
lyb the Jubilee
Wa Henstein's orc
at 9 o'clock and
rspectively bri:
(lasiland po
Va lie a mldnig
Icy a half hour I
gram to a eonclu
Fr 'ed P(
ration, l-nwr n
dent ivn; in /A
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Sunia on ii.
throgh a red Ii
was dr'i in er
: e Ad'!,
Three :nre
5saiiiecJ ii' juric
Betty 9'celloff
fracirc skul1.

oIrut wil?nent at Of this decrease, $240,543,267 was
llowed immediate- due to falling income tax pay-
Singers and Alfred ments which amounted to only
Whestru. Erno Rapee $267,257,654 as compared w i t h
Don Voorhees and $498,520,395 in the same quarter
30 and 10 o'clock of the previous year, during the
ng a contrast of calendar year these hve dwindled
nular music. Rudy until officials foresee that more
hit and Lloyd Hunt- revenue must be obtained from
ater, bring the pro- some source.
miOn. At the end of the first quarter
last year the government had a
. + surplus of $55,148,170 but finished
CC ra sh the year with a deficit of $903,000,-
4 2 g' yrob 000., For the present year it end-
ed the first quarter with a deficit
ng; further investi- of $380,495,854 and indications
de, University stu- pointing to a greater deficit.
m A':bor, was free Meanwhile, Representative La-
''; ;; t in DEtroit Guardia has proposed increasing
irge of driving federal income $750,000,000 annual-
, :fer the car he ly by imposing taxes on products
6l wi that of of now industries and raising as-
, ,f 1 I8 ualle sessments on large incomes.
The New York Republican draft-
', ' r Mdlr's car ed his plan at the request of both
,w o' . of them, Republican and Democratic inde-
19, may ha.v' a nendenis in the house and it will
Ti d!rivers escaped be considered by them at a meet-
ing before congress convenes

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