U. . C iIata
Pu~bcafioit Is Mandatory
Under R elief Laws, He
Declares its Statement
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17.-(/P)-
The clerk of the house is ready to
over-rule President Hoover and make
public the details of loans by the
$3,800,000,000 Reconstruction Finance
Corporation since July 21.
The corporation's first report on
the loans is due to be submitted to
congress this week. South Trimble,
house clerk, has written an eight-
page brief giving his reasons for in-
terpreting the relief law as making
Trimble feels, as do speaker Garner
and Representative Rainey, Demo-
cratic leader, that he has no choice.
He disagrees that further congres-
sional action is necessary.
The publicity provision got the re-
lief bill into a snarl that threatened
to prevent adjournment. At the in-
sistence of Garner and Rainey, the
measure included instructions that
monthly reports of loans should be
transmitted to the clerk of the house
and the secretary of the senate.
President Hoover summoned lead-
ers of botha'parties to the White
House to ask that the publicity
phase be omitted. A statement from
the executive mansion explained the
President favored 'fullest publicity
to all government activities" but that
the then directors of the relief cor-
poration "advised the President of
the danger that would result to the
credit structure if this (publicity pro-
viso) were insisted upon."
"The responsibility in the last an-'
alysis for whatever might happen
must necessarily rest upon congress,"
the statement said.
Garner renewed his fight for the
provision. Rainey said it "must be
included or there will be no relief
bill." The completed law contained
the phraseology, in outline at least,
demanded by Garner.
President Hoover then said in a
statement announcing he would sign
the bill that "the obnoxious features
which had been injected into the
legislation from time to time by
members of the house of representa-
tives and had so long delayed action,
have been eliminated."
Shreveport, La., uses daily 30,-
000,000 cubic feet of gas.t
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bought,
sold, rented, exchanged, repaired.
O. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.
TYPEWRITING AND M I M E O-
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
done. O. D. MORRILL, 314 So.
State St. -c
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Tau Beta Pi and Mu Pi Sig-
ma keys. Please return to R. W.
Drier, 192 E. Geddes. Phone 8717.
RIDE-For two, to Upper Peninsula
or Frankfort. Will share expenses.
Call Olson, 8657. -0
CLOSING OUT-All camp and tour-
ing equipment, folding cots, blank-
ets, duffel bags, breeches, etc.. at.
Surplus Supplies store, 217 N. 4th
FOR SALE-New 1932 and 1933 fur:
and fur coats at lowest prices in
our history. Zwerdling Fur Shop,
Ann Arbor, since 1904. -c
FOR RENT-Second floor, light and
clean, four rooms, bath, electric re-
frigerator, gas stove, tubs, garage,
heated. 514 Pauline St. -0
ROOMS FOR RENT for next year.
These are not cheap rooms but
quality rooms for quality men. 928
WASHING AND IRONING WANT-
ED-Will call for and deliver.
Soft water used; washing done
separate. Phone 2-3478. -c
WANTED-Laundry. S o f t water.
21044. Towels free, socks darned.
WANTED--Young woman, university
graduate, to share apartment in
Detroit for coming school year. Call
2-2266 between 5:30 and 8. -0
WANTED - Students for part-time
work. Apply at American Hotel be-
tween 5 and 6 p. m. -0
WANTED - Student wants ride to
Des Moines this week end. Share
expenses. Phone 9568. -0
WANTED-Two men passengers to
Washington, D. C., leaving Satur-
day, share expenses. Call 4333.
FOR RENT-Four-bedroom, modern
seven-room house, across Hoover
from Intramural building. Good
decorations, just painted, large
lawn. Rent very reasonable to
University people. A. E. Gibson,
phone 7683. -0
FOR RENT-Modern seven room
house, four bedrooms across Hoo-
ver from Intramural Bldg. Good
decorations, just painted, large
lawn, rent very reasonable to Uni-
versity people. --0
Want Seabury to Probe
HARRISBURG, Pa., Aug. 17.-(/P)
-Samuel Seabury, of New York; was
suggested today as counsel for the
projected Public Service Commission
investigating committee. The probe
was approved by a senate committee.
Senate Williarimo D. Mansfield, of
Allegheny County, said Seabury's em-
ployment would be a guarantee of
the inquiry's completeness.
FOX THEATRE BUILDING
Phone CAdillac 2070
NOW, AT LAST, ANY MAN OR WOMAN MAY HAVE COMFORT-
ABLE SHOES AND RELIEF FROM FOOT TROUBLES.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO WASTE ANY MORE MONEY LOOKING
FOR FOOT COMFORT for I have the correct last and shoe con-
struction for your particular type or condition of foot.
The NEW LASTS I have finished perfecting and the NEW SPECIAL CON-
STRUCTION FEATURES I have added to my shoes the past two years .make
them THE MOST WONDERFUL SHOES IN THE WORLD for any foot to wear.
THERE ARE NO OTHER SHOES LIKE MINE IN CONSTRUC-
TION AND MEASUREMENTS and they are the only shoes you
can really afford to wear if you consider your health, comfort and
cost by the year (For Sale no other place).
MORE THAN 30 YEARS
I will be at my residence in Ann Arbor, 1120 Lincoln Ave.. Saturday, Aug. 20
to 27, for Evening Appointments. Phone 5862.
BALLOON ASCENSION and
Newport Bothing Beach
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