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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16,1945

Government To Pus
Housing Plan Ahead
Labor, Management Representatives
To Discuss Problems at Conference

cials hope to thresh out construction
problems with labor and manage-
ment representatives of the industry.
Two Purposes
Called by the National Housing
Agencysat the direction of reconver-
sion boss' John W. Snyder, the con-
°erence has two broad purposes:
1. To speed up home building.
2. To find ways of combatting in-
flation.
Later on, at two more conferences,
the government will seek suggestions
on the same problems from leaders
in the home financing field, and from
"onsumer organization and other
public interest groups.
Sharp Criticism Expected
At Monday's opening session, of-
dicials of various government agen-
ties will outline the general goals of
he new housing plan disclosed this
week by the President.
On one segment of that program-
Administration-endorsed legislation
for price ceilings on new and exist-
ing houses-the government expects
a repetition of sharp criticism voiced
earlier by realtors and builders.
But the home construction indus-
try has supported vigorously another
najor part of the program providing
for restoration of building materials
o a priorities system.
New Priorities Regulation
The new priorities regulation, ear-
marking 50 per cent of all building
upplies for homes costing $10,000
or less, will be announced about the
middle of next week after the con-
erence delegates have had a chance
o suggest changes in it.
The regulation may be presented
o the conference with a provision
,hat was not in the original draft-
one aiming at assurance that home
muyers get their money's worth.
Be a Goodfellow
'Kidnapped'
Baby Beaten
Court Accuses Mother
Of Murdering Child
By The Associated Press
CHELSEA, Mass., Dec. 15--Mrs.
Rose Carlan, 23-year-old mother of
"kidnaped" Ronald Carlan, whose
body was found yesterday beneath a
china closet in his parent's home,
was held tonight on a charge of as-
saulting and beating to death her
six months old baby.
Chelsea District Court was packed
with spectators today as Assistant
Clerk Stephen White read the charge
that Mrs. Carlan "did assault and
beat one Rnald Carlan with intent
to murder him, and by such assault
and beating did murder the said
Ronald Carlan."
The baby's mother replied to the
charge immediately in a strong voice:
"That is not true, what you just
aid." a,
No formal plea was entered and
Judge John W. McLeod ordered her
held without bail for hearing Dec.
M4 and committed her to the psycho-
oathic hospital for observation.
As she left the police station for
he Boston Phychopathic Hospital,
Mrs. Carlan told newsmen that she
couldn't understand how she was able
to carry out the kidnap hoax.

France Auxi us RUMBLING:
To Break Witl og eveals
Franco Regime islike of Art
By The Associated Press A sudden ferocious, rumbling sound
PARIS, Dec. 15-France, anxious interrupted students studying and
to break with the regime of General- slumbering in the periodical room of
issimo Francisco Franco, asked the the General Library Saturday after-
United States and Great Britain to- neon.
day to consult with her on rupture of One after another, startled stu-
relations with the Spanish govern- dents lifted their heads and looked
ment. around for the source of the dis-
The Foreign Office announcement tracting sounds, and their eyes came
recalled a report last Saturday from to rest on a little brown dog. It
a French constituent assembly source seems that Fido had taken a hearty
that France had asked Britain and dislike to the bust of SanLorenzo'
the United States to state their posi- by Dornatello which rests on top of
tions on the question of continued one of the cabinets in the room, and
relations from the Franco govern- 1 he was making no secret of his feel-
ment. ings toward this classic.
All three of Prance's major par- The little dog steod petrified, his
ties-the Communists, the Popular nose pointing in the air, and gazed at
Republican Movement (MRP) and the bust. Then he walked slowly back
the Socialists-have been advocat- and forth, muttering canine curses
ing a break. to himself. Finally satisfied that
CLASSIFIED ADVFR1TISING

Attentioni Goodfellow Salesmen:
Here are your instructions for the Goodfellow Sale to-
morrow:
Goodfellow Dailies will be sold from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Those coeds who have signed to sell from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
should report to the Student Publications Bldg., 4 O Maynard,
before 7:45 a.m. to pick up their supply of Goodfellow Dailies
and buckets for coins.
All other salesmen should report directly to their assigned
posts promptly at their scheduled time. No salesman is to leave
her post until someone comes to take her place. Materials are
to be turned over to each succeeding salesman. The last sales-
man leaving the post at 3. p.m. should bring his remaining
papers and receipts to the Student Publications Bldg.
Periodic collections of receipts will be made by the Good-
fellow Committee. Paper stocks will also be replenished at that
time.
Any questions or difficulties should be reported immed-
iately to. the Goodfellow desk at the Daily, phone 2-3241.

PVT. GEORGEL. MARK, Cleve-
land, 0., leaves after attacking
"Army brass hats" during testi-
mony before house committee in
Washington, during hearing on un-
iversal military training. He op-
posed the measure and attacked
what he called "the Pentagon Boy
Scouts," "bemedaled fourflushers"
and "aristocratic phoneys of the
Pentagon castle."
HIGHLIGHTS
ON CAMPUS
Students To Be Eleted . .
Students of the School of Busi-
ness Administration will elect a
committee of seven members Tues-
day to head the newly-formed stu-
dent organization of the school.
Two committee amembers will be
elected by the seniors, two by the
juniors, and one each by candidates
for master's degrees, special stu-
dents, and the NROTC.
Russian Club To Meet.. . .
A meeting of the Russky Kruzhok,
Russian Circle, will be held at 8 p.m.
Monday in the International Cen-
ter.
Highlighting 'the program for the
evening, according to Derjus Sekali,
program committee chairman, will be
the presentation of Prokofiev's "Peter
and the Wolf." Sonny Drews will be
the narrator and will give a brief
sketch of the composer's life.
Holiday Meeting Planned
A Christmas short story by Dau-
det, read by Prof. Charles Koella,
and French songs sung by B. Eliza-
beth Moore will highlight the
Christmas meeting of Le Cercle
Fraficais at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the
,Assembly room of the Rackham
Building.
Besides these features, the meet-
ing will include refreshments and
informal social dancing.
Verein Will Sing Carols
Deutscher Verein will present a
program of German Christmas songs,
charades, and the reading of the
lriginal Christmas story at 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, in the Hussey Room of the
League.
"Die Weihnachtsierien," the Ger-
man Christmas celebration, will con-
tinue with refreshments and ex-
2hange of inexpensive gifts later in
the evening. Verein members and
all German students are 'invited to
attend.

HELP WANTED
STENOGRAPHER: Argus Incor-
porated, West William and
Fourth Streets.
WANTED: Assistant cook. Experience
not necessary if capable and willing
to learn. Meals furnished, six-day
week, vacation with pay. Apply Miss
Tomlinson, University Health Ser-
vice-24531.
WANTED
WANTED: Ride to Chicago. Leave
on Dec. 21. Two women veterans.
Please call 2-6295.
PARENTS: Young woman in pre-
med course desires a room in pri-
vate home in exchange for taking
care of small children at night.
Parents interested write Miss K,
% Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard
St.
DESPERATE: Soldier needs ride to
Chicago Saturday, December 22nd,
about 10:30 A.M. Must attend Jap
Language Graduation and get to
own wedding 7 hours later! Will
share expenses. Contact Cpl. Rudd,
8610.
WANTED: Male help. Boy with no
eight or 11 o'clock classes to wash
dishes. Apply any morning. Martha
Cook Building.
EXCHANGE

FOR SALE: Linguaphone language
courses (records). German and
Hebrew. Never been used. Contact
PFC Alfred Baum, 214 Hinsdale,
E. Quad. Tel. 9143 at 12 noon or
5:15 p.m.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Two earrings, one single
pearl. One three-pearl clip. Phone
4517. Mrs. Masters.
LOST: Two pens, one with initials
J.L.P., other with name Joan
Pereles. Call 2-2565. Reward.
LOST: Blue wallet with initials H.K.
Reward. Lost on S. State. Call
4121-114.
LOST: green and gold Parker 51 pen
belonging to set. Reward. Senti-
mental value. Call-Estherlou Carl-
son, 22539.
REAL ESTATE
WANTED-Pasadena trade. Home at
852 So. Oakland Ave., one mile from
Cal. Tech., one mile from downtown
Pasadena, four blocks from Los An-
geles Speedway, two blocks from
interurban, 50x150 lot, seven rooms
and two baths-to trade for Ann
Arbor home - will exchange floor
plans, etc. Box. No. xxx Michigan
Daily.
MISCELLANEOUS
CRISPY Christmas tidings - Your
Reader's Digest subscription (at
special rates) via Dick (Santa)
Cortright, 405 Tyler House, 2-4591.

Goodfellow posts will be staffed
by the following groups:I
Engineering Arch: Oakwood House I
Center of Diagonal: Stockwell Hall!
North Entrance to Angell Hall: Vic-
tor Vaughan Residence
Center of Northi University and
State Street: Mosher HallI
Alumni Memorial Hall: Adams
House
Front of WAB: Martha Cook Bldg.
Hospital: Couzens Hall and Beal
Residence
Main Street and Washington: New-
berry Residence
Main Street and Ann: Barbour Res-
idence
East Quadrangle: Jordan Hall
In front of Arcade: Alpha Delta Pi
North "U" Entrance of League: Al-
pha Gamma Delta
Corner North University and East
University: Alpha Epsilon Phi
Angell Hall Steps: Alpha Phi
Center of Law Quad: Sorisis
West Quad: Alpha Omicron Pi
Union Steps: Alpha Chi Omega
Lane Hall: Delta Delta Delta

State and Liberty: Kappa Delta
Behind Main Library: Chi Omega
Main and William: Sigma Delta
Tau
Main and Liberty (SW corner):
Zeta Tau Alpha
Main and Libert-" (NE corner):
Gamma Phi Beta
North "U" and State: Alpha Delta
Conditin Excellent
FRANKFURT, Germany, Dec. 15 -
MP)-Gen. George S. Patton, Jr., im-
proved steadily today and "his gen-
eral condition is excellent," Army
bulletins announced.
The U. S. 15th Army Commander,
who suffered a broken neck last Sun-
day in an automobile accident near
Mannheim, showed "slight but sig-
nificant improvement in sensation"
over night, a bulletin said, and
he maintained the improvement
throughout the day.

AROUND THE CLOCK WITH WPAG

SUN., DEC. 16, 1945
8:00-News.
8 :05-Organ Music.
8:15-Jimmy wakely.
8:30-Frankie Masters.
9:00-News.
9:05-Ralph Ginsburg.
9:30-Ave Maria Hour.
10:00-News.
10:15-Michigan Highway

Department.
10:30-Charlie Barnett.
10:45-Veteran's counseling
Service.
11:00-News.
11:05-St. Luke's Episcopal
Church in Ypsilanti.
12 :00--News.
12:05-Mario Morelli.
12:30-Music and Verse.

12:45-Bible Hour.
1:00-News.
1:15-Boy Scouts of
America.
1:30--Football (Eagles-
Redskins).
4:00-News.
4:05 -Milt Herth.
4:15-Song Spinners.
4:30--Boston Blackie.

TO EXCHANGE: Four round-trip
coach reservations to New York
City for Friday 21 on the "Empire
State." Will exchange for tickets
dated December 22. Call Mrs. Joan
Mankowski 8:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
Tel. 4121 Exchange 748.
FOR SALE
BEAUTY COUNSELOR GIFT PACK-
AGES for mother, dad, sister or
brother. $1.00 and up. Ph. 7447
or call at 923 Forest.
COATS FOR SALE: Exceptionally
fine cloth coat new, never worn.
,Green-blue Forstman's wool, ex-
cellent quality persian lamb trim.
Tuxedo style. Greatly reduced
now $150.00. Size 18 (36). Also
black seal fur coat, used, but in
good condition. Size 18 (36).
$60.00. Call 3936 evenings after
6:15.
A NEW army officer's battle jacket,
size 38. Contact person or Daily.

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