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MAETWO

THE MICHICAN AILY

WEDNESDAY, UNE 13, 1945

House

Passe Anti-

'U' STUDENTS ELIGIBLE:
Midwest Writer's Conference
Offers Awards in Many Fields

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Ex-Premiter Reynaud Delivers
Notes to Frencb High Court,
Will Give Further Ffe ,tjImony Against Petain
Tlis Week; Blum, flerriot To Testify Later

Bill Goes to Senate
Southerners Prote
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, June 12 - Over-
riding objections of southern Dem-
ocrats, the House passed today
and sent to the Senate legislation to
abolish the poll tax as a requirement
for voting for federal offices.
It was the third time in successive
congresses the house has approved
the measure, and-as in the past,-.
foes predicted it would die in the
Senate.
251 to 105 Vote
Passage came on a 251 to 105 role
tall vote, after hours of sharp debate
Clare Hoffman
Balks Against
Poll Tax Bill
WASHINGTON, June 12-(A)-
Clare E. Hoffman, Allegan, Mich.,
Republican, was the only Michigan
representative who voted today
against outlawing poll tax payment
as a prerequisite to voting in any
election for federal office.
The measure was passed by the
House and sent to the Senate.
Voting for the bill were the fol-
lowing Michigan Republicans: Black-
ney, Bradley, Crawford, Engel, Jonk,-
man, Michener, Shafer, Wolcott and
Woodruff, and the following Demo-
crats: Dingell, Hook, Lesinski, O'Brien
and Sadowski.
Paired for the bill were Dondero, a'
Republican, and Rabaut, a Democrat.

; Foes Predict Defeat;s
:s% 1onstilutioua ity iOlOII IS
before a crowded house. Spirits ran 0f i l
high during the argument, and at -
one time the chair had to admonish
spectators not to applaud. :4
Most Southerners, and a few Re-
publicans, assailed the legislation as
an invasion of states' rights and __ I
termed it unconstitutional. Propo- New (GoverHmawid
nents denied this ,and contended the
bill is needed "to provide freedom of By The soeiated Pre's
the ballot" for millions of Southern- 1ROME, June 12-litalian Ir emier
ers. Ivanoe Bonomni resigned tonight in
Only Federal Elections an apparent effort to speed a solu-
The measure declares illegal any ion of Lh deadlocked talian politi-
regulation imposing the poll tax as tino h edokdIainplti
requirement of voting for president, cal crisis, arid an announcement said
vice president or congressmen. Such p ince Umbertowould."tte"ri"t" to
laws are now in effect in Alabama, form a new government tomorrow.
Arkansas, Mississippi, South Carolina, Seventy - two - year - ol( Bonomi
Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. I handedin his resignation to Uaberto,
Several southerners told the House Lieutenant-General of the Realm, at
they opposed the levy, but did not 7 p. m., carrying out a pledge that he
think the federal government had the would step down when all Italy was

University students are eligible for
prizes totalling more than $3,000, be-
ing awarded this year by the Mid-
western Writers' Conference, in the
fields of poetry, fiction, short story
and review.
The Conference, s:ponsored 1by dtie
Medill School of Journalism, Nortrr-
western University, is held annually,
and this year, because of ODT regu-
lations limiting attendance at Lhe
July session, writers not attending
the Conference may compete for all
Drizes except the Ciicago TriIne
Award which is open only to armed
fores personnel.
$750 fer Book Manuscripts
Two awards, each for $750, will 1;e
granted for book manuscripts, which
must be completed by January 1,
i (46, A $300 prize will be given to
the writer of the best personalityv
article on a. living Midwesern yer-
Refund Order
Is Set Aside
LANSING, June 12 -(A')- Circuit
Judge Leland W. Carr today entered
a formal order setting aside a State
Public Service Commission order is-
sued last December directing the
Michigan Bell Telephone Company
to refund $3,500,000 to its 1944 sub-
scribers.
Judge Carr earlier had issued an
opinion declaring Lbe commission or-
der illegal on the grounds thatitwas
retroactive.

son, the article to approximate 2,500
words. If it is accepted by Coronet
magazine, the prize will be increased
to $600, the article becoming the
property of Coronet magazine, who
will Purchase at its regular rates
other suitable manuscripts.
For the best 400-word book review
on any book published in May or
June, the Chicago Daily News will
award $150, and the Chicago Sun will
award $150 for the "most evidence of
promiu: or increasing improvement
in a Midwestern writer."
1;hicago Triliie Award
The Chicago Tribune award of
$150 will be given to the writer of the
best short story (2000 words). The
Tribune will also award $150 for the
best fact story. The two contests are
open eny to men and women in the
U.S. armed services.
The best short feature, 100 to 300
words, on a unique business or profit.-
al e hobby, will bring to its author a
$75 Coronet Magazine award. Coro-
net will pay $25 for the best caustic
retort, 20 to 100 words, and will pur..
chase other usable short itens at
ten cents a word.
Copy of Rules
Those who wish to enter the con-
test may receive a copy of the rules,
instructions and list of prizes, by
mailing a stamped, addressed envel-
ope (10-inch length) to the Mid-
wei.tern Writers' Conference, Dept.
X, Fayerweather Hall, Evanston, Ill.
All contest entrees, with the excep-
tion of those entering the book con-
test, must mail their manuscripts by
July 1, to the above address.

By The Associated Press
PARIS, June 12-Former Premier
Paul Reynaud, who recently branded
Marshal Henri Petain as a defeatist,
delivered two notes today to Pierre
Bouchardon, president of the high
court encharged with preliminary in-
terrogations in the coming treason
trial of the former Vichy chief of1
state. The contents were not dis-
closed.
Reynaud, whose government was
replaced by Petain's armistice re-
gime in 1940, will give further testi-
mony later this week. Next week the
court expects to hear from former
Premiers Leon Bum and Edouard
Herriot,
Trial Will Be Sooi.
The trial of 89-year-old Petain now
is expected to take place between
June 28 and July 5 in the Palais
Bourbon, former Chamber of Depu-
ties and unused since 1940.
Andre Mornet, French state prose-
cutor who sent the glamorous spy
Mata Hari to her death during the
first world war, announced recently
he would demand the death penalty
for the 89-year-old Marshal-and
then ask clemency.
Petain has completed the prelimi-

nary outline of the defense he will
offer.
Mornet Wants Supreme Penalty
"Petain deserves the supreme pen-
alty," declared Mornet, who is al-
most as old as the Marshal. He ad-
ded, however, that he would ask for
conviction, then suggest clemency.
"I think lie has reached the age
where consideration of humanity
should prevail," he explained.
The Supreme Court, before which
the former national hero will be
4tried, might pronounce the death sen-
tence and then suspend it, or it
mnight be left to Gen. De Gaulle to
invoke clemency.
Psicr Pla eng
Meewangs To Be Held
LANSING, June 12-U)-A series
of 11 meetings will be held through-
out Michigan beginning June 19 to
acquaint local officials with the plan-
ning aid program, administered by
the Federal Works Agency, to assist
communities to prepare plans for
postwar public works.

power to abrogate it.
Sooth Wants Time
"The evidence before us is that the
states themselves one by one are abol-
ishing the tax," Chairman Summers
(D.-Texas) of the judiciary com-
mittee commented. "Give us time."
Longest Brige Built
hi Combat Is Opened
NAHA, Okinawa, June 10.- (De-
layed-U-(A)-A steel bridge believed to
be the longest ever built in combat by
the Marine Corps was opened todayI
to truck and jeep traffic despite ene-
my fire.

liberated. Umberto reserved deci-
sion, an official communique said.
Last Friday, Bonomi, who be-
came head of the six-party Com-
mittee of National Liberation a
year ago, had agreed to remain in
office if a swift solution of the
official crisis-in which the Libera-
tion Committee has been unable to
decide on a successor-was found.
There was no indication tonight,
however, that political leaders, who
have been deadlocked .for a month,
could quickly form a new govern-
ment.
The communique said that Prince
Umberto would begin consultations
tomorrow on the formation of a new
government. The Bonomi cabinet
meanwhile will remain in office for
'ordinary administration," the com-
munique said.

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the Lassen Advocate in Susanville,
Calif.
Towe, who will leave the Service
July 15, was publisher of the Jones-
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coming to the University, and was
secretary-treasurer of the Michigan
Press Association from 1937 to 1939.
He became director of the News Ser-
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Towe also was formerly with the
Lansing Capital News, ,e Daily Okla-
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