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November 06, 1937 - Image 2

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SATURDAY. '" TOV. 6, 192)7

Straus Directs Housing

executive secretary of the party.
"there will be a realignment in poli-
LANSING-Gov. Frank Murphy tics and possibly a third party in the
launched the annual Red Cross roll tind i Rdspartyeinthe
call yesterday with a proclamation nation in 1940 Rose added thatI
urging citizens of the State to con- labor first began to support Presi-
tribute to the , organization. The dent Roosevelt in organized fashion;
proclamation hailed the work of the ? when reactionary forces started crit-
Red Cross in providing relief in the!

China's Red General

Average Student Here Receives
As Much Mail As Local Family
The average student gets as much freshman is just as obviously a fresh-
mail as a whole family in Ann Ar- man to the postoffice employes as
bor's industrial district-take it from he was in the good old days.
Mrs. Florence Abbott. local post- Students may try not to appear
mistress. sentimental but the postoffice is
And besides that, he gets a, ma- beseiged with special deliveries on
jority of his letters from members of Mothers' Day and Easter. During the
the opposite sex. The post office school year special delivery letters are
can't definitely prove that but they're much more common than in the av-
nretty sure. ease city of this size

i17ing the adminrsra ion,
Ohio-Mississippi flood zone. ixngWilliard L. Burris, superintendent
of mails, doesn't know how iuch of
DETROIT-The Federal Bureau of Alabama their annual business (and it's over
k Investgation here announced today$ ) dh ds
that Ira Coulter, held in Columbia, MO$TGOMERY-W B. Hilhouse s250,000) is due to the studet busi-s
ess but it was enough to estblish
S.C., as a bank robbery suspect, has Chief State Mine Inspector, yester- a branch office on State Street with
been identified as a participant in day blamed failure of "responsible Karl C. Kern in charge.
the $6,000 holdup of the First Na- mine officials" to obey safety regula-Tc
tional Bank in Plymouth, May 5. tions for the Mulga Mine explosion sma bramch t E E C on-
Oct. 15, in which 34 men lost their.k.
GRAND RAPIDS-The Bradley lives. General Ho Lung, commander of ducted in his drug store because of
lives.the increase in mail for students and
Laundry Co. plant here was destroyed Hilihouse's official report was de- Chinese Communist armies, smiles, mail from State Street stores. Now
by fire yesterday at an estimated loss livered to Gov. Bibb Graves. Frank--
of $100,000. Residences in the neigh- Cash, district engineer for the U. . flt his face is determined. His this office handles thousands of stu-
borhood were menaced and one fam- Bureau of Mines, said he "concurred" forces have crippled Japanese in dent letters and 150 bags of parcel
ily was forced to flee until the fire with the mine inspector's report. the north, post each day-the latter mostly
2 r was brought under control. I made up of laundry bags often
________ brought down by pledges and fresh-
F T'Travis, United Au- men. Incidentally Mr. Kern says the
Nathan Straus, New York phil- the General Motors Corp. strike last s i
anthropist and business man, is winter, was sent yesterday to a n CONTINUOUS 1:30 - 11:30
shown in his Washington office as post as UAW organizer at Muncie 20c to 5 - 25c after 5 --
he took charge of the government's Ind. He was removed from his Flint WANTED LOST: Brown lather zipper note- TODAY and SUNDAY!
$526,000,000 low cost housing and position' in September by Homer A Ln-Cd book. Call Frank Wilkinson, 2-4481.
A CELLO PLAYER of moderate abil- I.
ilum clearance program. Martin, whom he opposed at the Mi ity to play for pleasure in a string157
waukee convention, quartet. Box 4 Daily. 147FOR SALE
Utilities Board To Review -- DRESSMAKING: Alteration and --- -- -G
Bids For Incorporation New York repairing. Expert alteration of knit A BED davenport and oak dining
NEW YORK-The lusty, young wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath- room suite and several rugs-quite 'A Four Bell Picture I will
ANPubicGiliti.sC.- miss)- e c- American Labor Party, training its erine. Call 4726. 133 reasonable. Call 3909. 167 AForeR Pdee e6 wil
igan Public Utilities Commission de- political siege guns on targets higher me deeply
cided today to exercise its right of than the mayoralty of New York, TYPING, neatly apd accurately done. ANTIQUE exhibition and sale. Harris It strikes ome!"
reiwovrteaplctin fMrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone Hl, one taean urn Nv
review over the applications of gas, yesterday traced its birth to reaction 5244. 3 Hall, corner Stae and Huron. Nov.
telephone and electric companies for of workers against the Liberty League. 4, 5, 6 inclusive. Open 10 a.m. to 10"Shockingly C[OS to us toda
articles of incorporation. "We are convinced," said Alex Rose, CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any P.m. 145 ,A truly great picture!
Anoinedrpyira - - old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,1
An order signed by Chairman Paul $8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- NOTICES "ensly absorbig!"
H. Todd requires such firms to seekj Sloss n Declares ers, old gold and musical instru--- "e lyborbin!"
the Utilities Commission's approval MWTments. Ready cash waiting for you. MEOYBIRD SHOP. Canaries, "To vital, too gr~at an emotii
before filing applications with the Press War Phone Sam. 6304. 2x finches, parrakeets, love-birds.
corporations and securities commis- Seeds, cages. 1420 Washington
sion. An act of the 1919 Legisla- (Continued from Page 1) LAUNDRY Heights. Call 3838. 160 "A thrilling picture that sti
ture established this right of review, ---------_----- _----- EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu- the mind!"
Todd said, but it has never been ex- A possibility of this nature, he sug- dent laundry. Will call for and de_ MODERN Beauty Shoppe - Week The New Universal presents
ercised. gested, might be our attempting to i liver. 4863. 162 Special fitch or drene shampoo and
keep out of the present crisis in -- finger wave with lemon ring. $50.
China, which would result in strained LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned. End permanent $1.00 up.
EVENING RADIO relations with Great Britain. " The I Careful work at low prices. TYPING-Carefully and accurately
pacifist press, he went on, is really LOST AND FOUND done. L. M. Heywood. 803 E. King-
PROGRAMS working against peace in this sense. - -- sley St. Phone 8344. 106
I _________________________ Although Prof. Slosson admitted LOST: Large mottled red Rider foun- ___- - -__
Atthe importance of th press at a time tain pen. Name on barrel. Charles EXPERT radio service by U. of M.
WWJ of crisis, he stressed the point that P. Spicer, Jr. Lost Wednesday eve- student. College Radio Service. 522
P.M. its attitude was much more impor- ning. Reward.1201 Granger. 165 Packard. Call 6049. 155
6:00-Ty Tyson.t d t i ws- - I _--- __
6:15-Dinner Music. tant during the period between crses. LOST: Kodak (Recomar 16) in tan FOR RENT
6:30-Press Radio News. These periods, he emphasized, are the t s em
6:45-Art of Living,.ie hndmgigpbi pno leather case somewhere on cam- - I
7:0-Top-Hatters times when damaging public opinion pus Thursday. Liberal reward. Tom I SUITE with private bath and shower
7:30-Girls of the west. can be formed by the press. As Lavery. 2-2285. for men. Steam heat, quiet house.
j 7:45-soloist, a means of improvement, the speaker;159aPhone 544.-4225.
8: ieI rNtma O rvmn~S159 Phone 8544. 422 E. Washington._
8:0-Believe It or rNot, sgetdta vr esae e ______ 6
8:30-Jack HaleysEe-1
9:00-NBC Feature. vote one page every day to com- LOST: Black purse containing val- - -__ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ EX
10:09-BC :30-Special Delivery. plimenting some foreign country. uable receipt, identification card, DESIRABLE single room for girl in CARTOON
: scb . r rhhfr . sB e,2 league house. Ideal location. 222 "FARMERS P4CNIC"
11:0-Newscast, ens ot Scheaffer pen. Betsy Baxter, 4624.:FRES IC C
s HReward. 158 S. Ingalls. Phone 8142. 168
11:30-Dance Music.
12:00-Dance Music. Lawrence A. Fernsworth, corre- LOST: Friday, Oct. 29 Gold st
spondent for the New York and the
WXYZ London Times related some of his ex-
P.M. periences as a newshawk with the Engraved Stuart Low. Call 6735.
6:00-Day in Review. Loyalist armies in war-torn Spain.
6:15-Keyboard Kapers.
6:30-Press Bulletins. According to Fernsworth, a sincere
7:00-Message of Israel. effort is being made by the Loyalists
7:-Town Taik.I
7:45-Sandlotters. ( to maintain a republican form of gov-

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8:00--Governor Murphy.
8:30-Linton Wells.
8:30-Fray and Braggiotti.
8:45-Victor Arden.
9:00-National Barn Dance.
10:00-Gunsmoke Law.
10:00-Light Opera Gems.
11:00-Tomorrow's Headlines.
11:30-Sandy Williams Orch.
12 :00-Graystone.
12:30-Rudy Vallee Orch.
6:00-Turf Reporter.
6:15-Vincent York Orch.
6:30-Vincent York Orch.
7:45-Stanford-So California.
8:00-Hi, There, Audience.
9:00-Dance Rhythms.
9:30-Louisiana Hayride.
9:30--Utah Ambassadors.
9:45-Hancock Ensemble.
10:00-Dramatic Program
10:30-George Olsen Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11 :15-Horace Heidt Orch
11:30-Billy Swanson Orch.
12 :00-Isham Jones Orch.
12:30-Wayne King Orch.
6:00-Football Jamboree.
6:15-Stevenson News
6:30-Sports Review.
7:00-News Comes to Life.
7 :30-Carborundum Band.
8:00-Your Unseen Friend.
8 :30-Phillip Morris.
9 :00-Professor Quiz.
9:30-Saturday Night Serenade.
10:00-Your Hit Parade.
11:00-Benny Goodman Orch.
11:15-Wismer Sports.
11:30-Frankie Master Orch
12:00-Emery Deutsch Orch.
12:30-Bob Crosby Orch.

(Continued on Page 6)
Wells And FordI
British Novelist Sees No
Alternative To New Deal
DETROIT, Nov. 5.-(A)-H. G.
Wells, the British novelist, lunched
today with Henry Ford.
He declined to say, in a subsequent
interview, what they discussed. Wells,
however, had kind words for Presi-
dent Roosevelt and the New Deal in
his interview, while Ford supported
Alf M. Landon in the last presidential
election and has criticized New Deal
policies in subsequent interviews.
Wells, here on a lecture tour, said
"I can't see any alternative to the
New Deal" and "certainly you can't
afford to have one of the old-fa-
shioned figureheads" succeed Roose-
Asked who he meant by "figure-
heads," Wells replied "you know what
I mean."
He .said the present rate of re-
armament will probably culminate in
a major world war about 1940 or 1941.


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