T1HE MICHIGAN DAILY
NEWS IN BRIEF
Michigan 1offices of the Rock Island, Railroad.
FORD EMPLOYES STAND MUTE Washington
ON. ASSAULT CHARGE. Harry S.
Toy, former Justice of the Michigan JIMMY ROOSEVELT GETS BIG-
Supreme Court, at present attorney GER JOB. "Little Jimmy," President
for seven or eight men charged with Roosevelt's six-foot son, already one
assault with intent to do great bodily of his father's secretaries, yesterday
hain in connection with a riot at the became the man whom the heads of
Ford Motor Company's Dearborn "independent" governmental agen-
plant on May 26, said yesterday that cies must see before they can see the
he would present a motion early next President.
week to quash the charges. The idea, it was announced, is toz
All of the eight men charged with reduce the number of Mr. Roosevelt's
assault stood mute when arraigned engagements, and keep his desk clear
before Judge Ira W. Jayne, yester- of problems that his subordinates can
day. Pleas of innocent were entered handle.
for them but no date for trial was set
in view of Toy's statement. Potts C" a ges
HEARINGS ON POWER COM-
PANY POSTPONED. Hearings on the Drawng Labs
State's petition for an injunction re-
ptaing ro tennsum r'apower orn- iTg
lines in Eaton and onia counties ve B d Lig
were postponed yesterday until Nov.
9. The hearing, to be held in Cir- (Continued from Page 1)
c 'tCourt, is a test ease to determine installed, there is no way that better
the State Public Utilities Commis-
~9Waau~horty o reulae rrallighting can be secured, he declared.
electrification projects With the present efficiency of light
bulbs, not enough light can be pro-
Chicago duced; therefore the only thing to
do, is to carry more current into
ROSS RANSOM BILL FOUND. each room, he continued.
Finding of a ransom bill gave federal An unofficial estimate from in-
agents in Chicago a fresh clue in formed sources placed the cost of a]
their hunt for the kidnapers of new wiring system for the building
Clarles S. Ross, missing for 26 days. between $30,000 and $40,000.
The $10 bill-one of the 5,250 notes Professor Potts stressed the fact
in the $50,000 ransom sum paid to that if plans for the future are car-
gain the release of the retired man- ried out, the intensity of the light will
ufacturer-was discovered by Mrs. be greatly increased and shadows
Clara Ludwig, 41, clerk in the freight almost entirely eliminated.
Although agreeing with Professor
Potts that lighting is not entirely
=k Building Gets ideal in the drafting rooms, Col.
Balcony Extensions H. W. Miller, head of the engineering
drawing department said:
Work will start immediately on the "Illumination on the desks in the
extension of the balcony of the first drawing department is as great as
floor- quarters of the First National possible under the present wiring sys-
Bank Building, Main and Washing- tem in the West Engineering Build-
ton Streets, into a complete second ing. Everything to improve the fa-
floor, it was stated yesterday. cilities that can be done, has been
The present ceiling, which is richly done. Walls have been painted near-
decorated will be retained for the ly white, light colored desks were in-
second floor, while the new ceiling stalled, the highest powered lamps
for .the first floor will be plastered. available under the circumstances
Remodeling, which is expected to be: have Peen secured and the best style
completed within 50 days, will also of globe possible is used. Provision
change the Washington St. exterior, to. use current provided by the heav-
which now has two-story windows ier cables when they are put into
for the banking room. service has already been made.".
Celaning -Up for The Special Session
Classified pireecto y
night between Superior Restaurant
and G.P.B. House. Reward. 119
LOST: Diamond wrist watch. Re-
ward. Phone 7717. 124
FOR SALE: English bicycle, new
light, special gear, pneumatic tires
double brake. Phone 4807. 120
MODERN Beauty Shop-Shampoo
finger wave 50c. End permanent,
$1.00. Oil Croquignole, $1.50. Phone
8100, 117 S. Maine.
open at $15 to $20 for three days'
work in selling and cahvassing.
Fifty men and 25 women will be
hired. Men apply at the Mich-
igan Union at 4 p.m. today; women-
at Michigan League at 5 p.m. to-
WANTED: Agent to take orders for
monogrammed smoking sets. Call
3452 for appointments. 27
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
STUDENTS to work in fraternities
and sororities. Call 2-1777. Ask for £LACK caracul swagger coat, size
Ed or Norm, 736 S. State St. 118 14-16. Phone 6580. Almost new.
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any1
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3, T
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- 4UXEDO Like new. Size 36. Phone
ers, old gold and musical instru- 6594. 115
ments. Ready cash waiting for you. TUXEDO-Size 37, excellent condi-
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x tion. Inquire 609 Packard. 121
LAUNDRY FOR RENT
EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu- HEATED GARAGE, 820 Hill St. Call
dent laundry. Will call for and, 3497, after 5 p.m. 117
d , rp.r
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
TYPING-Carfully aid promptly LOST AND FOUND
done L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106 LOST: Gamma Phi Beta pin. Sunday
IEN and women: Sales job for three
days. Commisison plus' bonus.
Should average $15 to $20. Apply
at Michigan Union Thursday at
5:00 p.m. Inquire at desk.
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
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REPAIRS and ALL SUPPLIES
533 East Liberty, Phone 601 1
Raising living standards of America's senators and representatives,
workmen rush about with paint, soap, hammer and nails to refurnish
the halls of Congress before the start of the special session. This group
is trimming one of the arches, of which there are dozens at the capitol.
Hold Dance Classes
A modern dance group
the dance committee of
Park Committee Control
Of Cemetery Considered
A lengthy ordinance vesting control
of Fairview cemetery, city-owned
burial grounds, in the board of park
commissioners, and setting up regu-
lations for the cemetery, was passed
to its third and final reading by the
city council Monday night.
The ordinance would replace three'
existing ordinances relating to the
- also -
Soviet Sport Pageant
Mickey Mouse Cartoon
Friday and Saturday 8:15 p
All Seats Reserved Tickets 3
sive Club will meet for the first time
at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow at Unity Hall.1
"We expect to have men as well as
women in the group," Winifred Law,
'39, temporary teacher of the group,
stated yesterday. The modern dance
is a medium well suited to masculine,
interpretation. We plan to utilize'
the theory that the modern dance
can be used to express -a social view-
Detroit dancers will serve as in-
structors later in- the season, accord-
ing to Miss Law. The class is open
to beginning and advanced dancers.
3 BIG DAYS !
Continuous 1:30 to 11:30
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
20c to 5 -25c After 5 p.m.
6:15-D-ews and Sports.
7:30-United Press Bulletins.
8:15-Harold Stokes Orch.
8:30-Sleepy Hollow Gang. ;
9:00-Joe Sanders Orch.
9:30-Barnes Opera House.
10:00-"How About It?"
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Mickey Alpert Music.
11:30-Leo Reisman Orch.
12:00-George Olsen Orch.
12:30-Vincent Lopez Orch.
6:00-To Be Announced.
6:30-Day in Review.
8:00-Grand Central Station.
8:30-Death Valley Days.
9:30-To Be Announced.
10:00-Tommy Dorsey Orch.
11:30-Eddie Varzos Orch.
12:30-Jesse Hawkins Orch.
MUSICAL: "SOMETIME SOON"
COLOR CARTOON: "BOSCO AND THE PIRATES"
Dazzling formals with low necks, tiny
waists, smooth hips-madly swirling skirts.
Satins, moires, velvets and crepes.
Which Can Be Had in
WHITE or COLORS
Ma rq ua rdt's
Tailoring and Furnishings
334 South State Upstairs
j 7:00--Amos 'n' Andy.
9:30-True Story Hour.
11:15-Northwood Inn Orch.
12:00-Webster Hall Orchi.
6:00 -Stevenson Sports.
6:30-Press Radio News.
6:45-Clem and Tina.
8:00-Hammerstein Music Hall.
8:30-Alice Faye; Hal Kemp Orch.
10:00-Kitty Carlisle; Gus Haenschen.
12:00-Emery Deutsch Orch.
12:30-Ted Fio Rito Orch.
Dramatic princess lines in
c r u s h resistant velvet
wraps. Black and black and
DAILY AT 2:00 - 4:00-
- 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
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