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?PAGE TWO

T'EII MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCT. 19, 1937

PAGR TWO TUESDAY, OCT. 19, 1937

NEWS IN BRIEF

1

Dresden
EDWARD LEARNS ABOUT
HEADACHES. The Duke of Windsor
devoted his attention today to learn-
ing how headache powders are made,
in a visit to Heyden and Company's
chemical laboratory at Dresden.
The Duke, studying social condi-
tions in Germany, also inspected a
school where carpenters, masons and
other skilled workers in branches
where there is a labor surplus, are
taught to handle iron and other
metals.
The Duchess spent the day visit-
ing Dresden's famous art gallery.
The Duke and Duchess spent the
morning in Leipzig, where the former
king attended a confidential session
of the council of wool spinners and
the Duchess visited the monument
to the Battle of Nations.
Washington
fO^E STATIC FOR DETROIT.
The Voice of Detroit, Inc., and the
Cadillac Broadcasting Corp. sub-
mitted testimony today to the Com-
munications Commission for author-
ity to establish two new radio sta-
tions in Detroit.
Chicago
PUSH 'EM UP LAZZERI. Tony
Laz eri, recently given his uncondi-
tional release by the New York Yan-
Jees, has accepted an invitation to
come to Chicago for a conference
relative to his signing with the Chi-
cago Cubs, Phil K. Wrigley, owner of
the Cubs said today.
Indianapolis
MILK-FED INDIANAPOLIS. Door-
EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS
WWJ
P.M.
x:00-Tyson's Sports.
6:15-Dinner Music.
6:30-Bradast.
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
7:15-Souvenirs.
7:45-Concert Violinist.
8:00-Phillip Morris,
8:30-Lady Esther Serenade.
9:00-Vox Pop.
9:30-Hollywood Mardi Gras.
1030-Jimmy Fidler.
11:00-Newscast.
11:15-Webster Hall Music.
14 30-Dance Music.
12:00-Northwood Inn.
WJR
P.M.
.:00-Stevenson Sports.
6:15-Comedy Stars.
:30-Glen Gray Orch.
8:5-Whispering Jack Smith.
700-Poetic Melodies.
"7:15-Modern Miracles.
730-Helen Mencken.
8 :0-Edward G. Robinson.
8:30-Al Jolson-Martha Raye.
8::00-Al Pearce.
6.:30-Jack QOlae College.
10:30--News Comes to Life.
11:00-HeadlineNews.
11:5-Meditation.
12:00-Bob Crosby Orch.
12:30-Ted Flo Rito Orch.
CKLW
P.M.
6:00--Turf Reporter.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30--Exciting Moments.
6:5-Thbe Johnson Family.
7:00-Vincent York Orch.
7:15-Luigi Romanell Orch.
7:45-Crime Clinic.
J:00-Jazz Nocturne.
8:30-Sleepy Hollow Gang.
9:0-Fred Waring Orch.
9:30-Let's Visit.
10:00-Symphonic Strings.
10:30-Aloha Islanders.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
1115-Ted Weems Orch.
11 :30-Leo Reisman Orch
12 :00-:brace Heidt Orc.
WXYZ
P.M.
6 :00-harry Helmann.
6 :15-Factfinder.
6:30-Day in Review.
6:45-Lowell Thomas.
7:00-Easy Aces.
7:15-American Home Products.
7:30-Green Hornet.
8:00-Husbands andnWives
8:30-It Can Be Done.
9:00-Ben Bernie.,
9:30-Good Times Society.
10:00--Hugh Johnson.
1,0 :15-Victor Arden.
10:30-WPA Detroit Orch
11:00-Tomorrow's Headlines.
1 30--Eddy Varzos O.ch
12 :00--Gray stne.
12'.3-Biltmore Boys.

--- LAST DAY
KAY FRANCIS
"CONFESSION"
STARTING WEDNESDAY!

to-door milk deliveries, suspended
for 11 days will be resumed by "all
dairies" in Indianapolis tomorrow
morning, C. Winfield Hunt, secretary
of the Indianapolis Milk Council, said
tonight. Strikes of drivers at the
Weber Milk Co., and the Furnas Ice
Cream Co., brought an order from
the Council, made up of 26 dairies,
to cease deliveries on Oct. 8. Since
that time families and business es-
tablishments have been forced to buy
milk at dairies and grocery stores.-
[Chinese Cheek
Japanese Drive
Down Railroadl
Threat To Tsinan Reduced
By Removal Of Troops
From East China Front
(Continued from Page 1)
Chinese supply bases at Tazang. The
Chinese commander, 27-year old Col.
Chin Ching-Wu, and his entire com-
mand was reported to have been
wiped out in a 33-hour battle.
Having failed to break the Chinese
resistance in the Chapei sector on the
northern border of the International
Settlement in 57 days of continuous
assault by land and air, the Japanese
began a concerted bombing campaign
against all Chinese communication
lines and supply bases.
(A Japanese military communique
issued at Peiping said a Japanese ar-
mored train crossed the Honon Prov-
ince frontier at 4:30 a.m. Monday,.
invading the sixth province of North
China.)
(The Peiping communique said the
main body of the Japanese had ad-
vanced from Shunteful to Kwang-
pingfu, a distance of 30 miles, in the
last 24 hours).
Esimate Of Budget
Deficit Is IncreasedI
(Continued from Page 1)
the RFC will make no further com-
mitments for loans. In addition, he
said, commitments already on its
books which may later be cancelled
will not be used for expenditure on
other commitments, but will be com-
pletely cleared fom the books, thus
insuring the elimination of such po-
tential charges against future bud-
get.
Although saying cancellation of
any commitments it is not called upon
to meet will not make the RFC return
money to the treasury, the President
said that "the ultimate effect of such
action would relieve the treasury of a
substantial potential liability, and to
this extent the budget outlook would
be improved."
Ei TYEAR'S BIGGEST
WJSICAL... TODAY!
Topping every tune-filled
triumph of the past...M-G-M's
Giant Show floods the screen
with stars... hit songs. .. ro-
mance. . .laughs . . girls!

CLASSIFIED
NOTICES
MANTY responsible manufacturers are;
seeing new lines of products to
supplement their present line of
production. We are interested in
receiving suggestions. Have you an
article to offer? In your reply state
clearly the nature and purpose of
your article, material used, has the
article been patented or is it pat-
entable, what investigation have
you made for the purpose of prov-
ing the economical necessity of the
article you have to offer? If we
are interested in the article you
have to offer, we will communicate
with you; otherwise no reply will be
made to your letter. Address Wis-I
consin Manufacturer's Association,
First Central Bldg., Madisont Wis.
116
MODERN Beauty Shop-Specializing
in Fancy Hairdresses. Shampoo_
and finger wave 50c. End perma-
nent. $1.00. Oil Croquignole, $1.50.
Phone 8100, 117 S. Maine.

TYPING, neatly and accurately done. LOST: Parker fountain pen on cam-
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone pus near Angell Hall Dial 5534.
5244. 3x 99
WANTED LOST: Elgin wrist watch. Gold case,
- -- - brown leather strap. Call 6856, ask
TYPING-Carefully and promptly for Tom. 105
done. L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106 LOST: Brown key case, initialed
- -R.T.G., Tuesday near Architectural
STUDENTS to work in fraternities Building. Phone 6539. Reward.
and sororities. Call 2-1777. Ask for 112
Ed or Norm. 736 S. State St. 118______._I

Music from Hollywood

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CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: AnY
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
LAUNDRY
EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
,dent laundry. Will call for and
deliver. 4863. lx
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Ring with large green stone
and silver setting. Phone 22543.
Anabel Avery. 109
LOST: Gold Elgin watch with gold
band. Reward for finder. Anne
Kingston. Phone 2-3159.

PHI GAMMA DELTA pin. Findei
leave at Union. Name on back. Re-!
ward. 114
FOR SALE
CORONA portable typewriter like
new. Silent. Original price $72.00
20 per cent off. Price for sale $57.60.
Phone 2-1536. 108
NEW KODAK (retina) with the at-
tachments. Original price $72.50.1
20% off. Sale price $58.00. Call
2-1536. 107
TUXEDO, like new. Size 26. Phone
6594. 115
TAPPING TO LEAVE
T. Hawley Tapping, general alumni
secretary, will leave Thursday for
Iowa City to establish a registration
bureau for Michigan alumni attend-
ing the Michigan-Iowa game

"Music from Hollywood"
... songs of the movies
... sung by the stars-
and played for dancing
America. That's the idea
behind the popularity of
Alice Faye-Hal Kemp's
Chesterfield radio pro-
grams, heard over the
Columbia Network every
Friday evening at 8:30
E.S.T. (Western Stations
8:30 P.T.).
Kemp's famous dance
orchestraand MissFaye's
charming voice make one
of the smartest and
brightest programs on
the air.

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