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THE MICHMAN O TI:Y

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The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

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CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY

After more than a week of political and economic revolts Cuba returned to work under the new
government headed by Dr. Carlos Manuel de Cespe dies. Members of the new Cuban cabinet are shown
after their installation with President de Cespedes (at head of table).

Paul Maxim, 25 (left), Ohio youth who "went straight" under an
assumed name and won a responsible job with a Chicago advertising
concern in the six years after he escaped from the Ohio reformatory,
was pardoned by Gov. George White (right) of Ohio-after his ident-
ity was discovered in Chicago and he had been returned to Ohio
to finish his reform school sentence.

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WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD AND
new suits and overcoats. Will pay
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GRADUATE-Students or instructors
to rent furnished an exceptionally
attractive suite of two rooms, large
and airy, fireplace, private toilet
and lavatory, steam heat with oil
burner-also one or two single
rooms. 26
NOTICE
CAPY'S BEAUTY -SHOP. Shampoo
and fingerwave, 75c. Phone 9025
for appointment.
FOR RENT
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rooms for housekeeping; private
bath, pric,; reasonable. Phone
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graduate or employed women. 1328
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Tulane will dedicate a new gym-
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season.
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Members of a secret Cuban revolutionary society raided the
Cuban consulate in New York, assaulted the acting consul general
and carried off a bust of Gerardo Machado. The bust was made a
target for mud and soft fruit. The Cubans also had framed portraits
of the former Cuban president which were torn to bits. Above picture
shows the end of a Machado portrait.

Albert L. Bates, 39 (above), five-
time convict, was arrested in Den-
ver where; a warrant was issued
charging him with the kidnaping
of Charles F. Urschel, wealthy Ok-
lahoma City oil man.

Purdue Expecting A Backfield
With Four Triple-Threat Men

Start Nude Colony
On A 'Shoe String
SPOKANE, Wash., Aug. 17.-(R)-
A two-boy nudist colony is flour-
ishing here, and if city authorities
attitudes are unchanged, it may not
be suppressed until snow flies.
Inspector A. C. White of the
health department found the young-
sters, aged 7 and 8, had been play-
ing undraped all summer. He passed
the case to Public Safety Commis-
sioner A. C. Colburn, who said:
"I've got more important busi-
ness than running after naked kids.
Looks to me like its a job for the
health department."
Health Commissioner Ralph Hend-
ricks investigated. Said he: "I've
never seen a healthier pair. It's out
of my jurisdiction."
ASK SMOKING ROOMS
EVANSTON, Ill., Aug. 17.-()-In
a student mass meeting here last
night, co-eds of Northwestern Uni-
versity requested that smoking rooms
be set aside for their use.

Wilson W. Mills (right), former chairman of the First National
Bank-Detroit, testified regarding forme-. President Hoover's efforts to
aid the Michigan banking situation. Shown with him are Circuit
Judge Harry B. Keidann(left), conducting the grand inquiry, and
Harry S. Toy, prosecuting attorney.

Killer Escapes
'From Jackson;
Car IsMissing
JACKSON, Aug. 17-()-A widen-
ing search was in progress today for
Byron Paul Somerville, who escaped
Wednesday afternoon from Michigan
State prison, where he was serving a
life term for the slaying of two men
in a gun fight in Detroit three years
ago.
Somerville, who was transferred to
the prison from the Ionia reforma-
tory last year, asked permission to
visit the prison physician while in-
mates were being moved from the
old prison to the new. Then he
secreted himself in the deserted old
prison and apparently made his way
to freedom.
Theft of an automobile parked near
the old prison was accepted by offi-
cials as an indication Somerville fled
in it, probably to, Detroit.

SHARK SCORES STRIKE
SANTA CRUZ, Cal., Aug. 17-P)-
Jim Baird was angling for rock cod
off the Santa Cruz coast. He got
three bites and two six-foot blue
sharks. The third bite occurred when
he was taking the hook from the
mouth of one. It bit his finger.

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"Does it cost more to cook

with . Electricity?"

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Radio Orchestra
Nightly Except Monday i .I
NANKIN MILLS"
On Ann-Arbor Trail, 5 miles east of Plymouth between Wayne
and Middle Belt Roads
BEER- DINNERS - OTHER REFRESHMENTS
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MatineesMSEASON
He bent the law into a pretzel-but a
woman srtaightened him out.

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MANY PEOPLE ask us -"Does it cost more to
cook with electricity?"
In general we can say: "YES, cooking with an
electric range costs more in most homes-BUT
WITH CARE IN USE NOT GREATLY
MORE." Some families find it CHEAPER TO
COOK ELECTRICALLY.
We cannot say --"An Electric range will in-
crease your bill by so many cents a month,"
because no two families cook alike, and families
vary in size from two to ten people. But we
can say-"Electric cooking costs less than a cent
a meal a person," because we studied several
thousand electric bills before and after an electric
range was installed and found that it averaged
less than that. Thus, in a family of four, a meal
should cost less than four cents to cook with
an electric range.
Once you have enjoyed electric cooking, we
believe you will never again go back to any
other kind. Its many advantages-its cleanliness,
coolness, convenience, healthfulness, and the
delicious flavor of the electrically cooked food

"THE NUISANCE"
with LEE TRACY - MADGE EVANS
SUNDAY
BARBARA STANWYCK in "BABY FACE"

* Double
* FPeature-
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