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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

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CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY

Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindb
establishing a trans-Atlantic air rou
as she arrived at College Point, Long3
after he gave his plane a final test bef

Enagement of Laua Elizabeth
.- ."::-::: Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ergh are on a flight to Greenland to investigate the possibilities of James Freeman Curtis of New
te to Europe. Mrs. Lindbergh, clad in flying togs, is shown at left York, to George Herbert "Pete"
Island, for the start of the flight. Picture at right shows Lindbergh Bostwick, noted horseman, was an-
ore the takeoff. nounced recently.
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Economic fate has dealt them a new hand--employes of a large textile mill at Lawrence, Mass.,
icave the factory after a day's work. Many of them have been unemployed for months but increased
industrial activity has made it necessary to increase New England payrolls.

George H Dern, secretary of war,
was former governor of Utah and
is now playing. an important part
in President Roosevelt's economic
recovery program. On Independ-
ence Day Secretary Dern, as sen-
ior Cabinet member, was President
for a day in Mr. Roosevelt's ab-
sence.
Research Men
Give Chromium
Clean Record
The gleaming chromium plate
which has been coming rapidly into
favor for dishes,- eating utensils, and
all sorts :of .restaurant fixtures has
been given a clean bill of health as
a perfectly harmless substance to
come in- contact with human foods,
setting at rest any rumors such as
hampered the use of aluminum uten-
sils when that metal first became
popular years ago.
The very thing that makes chrom-
ium plate good looking and easy to
clean, its untarnishability, is the,
reason why it cannot be harmful as
a food container; Tarnish means
that a metal is being affected by
chemicals ii the air or in a liquid.
To all chemicals found in foods or
drinking water chromium turns a'
smooth and unaffected cheek. Sul-+
phur, in the air or in food, is the
bane of some metals, but chromium
resists it perfectly, report Richard
Schneidewind, research engineer for
the University department of engi-
neering research, and Dr. Willis S.'
Peck of ,the University Hospital.
Hydrochloric acid is the only thing
which will attack chromium in any
noticeable degree. Soap and washing
alkalis, natural food acids, even in+
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Tuesday afternoons or phone 4917.
MANICURES - 35c this week and
next .week. only. Raggedy Ann
Beauty Shop. 7651,
The expenses of the United States'
President and the upkeep of the
White House involves about $450,000;
King George's civil list normally ap-
propriates $2,888,900.
DANCE Jack Nelson's Bandg
Free adn. Park plan
QCEAN or 50c couple a
BEAC H Via Saline, Clinton,
P I ER and Brooklyn, to
Clark's Lake
Mats. 15c - Nights 25c
Last Times Today
DOUBLE FEATURE!
JACK HOLT in
"THIS SPORTING
AGE"
and

Pat O'Brien and
Mae Clarke
"FINAL EDITION"
Friday and Saturday
James Murray and
Joan Marsh in
"HIGH GEAR'"
also
"DEVIL HORSE"
Mickey Mouse Cartoon

One of the important accomplishments of the world economic conference in London was the prog-
ress made on agreements for restricting wheat output by the United States, Argentina, Canada and Aus-
ralia. The United States wheat delegation is shown at the American headquarters. Left to right: Fred
E. Murphy, Henry Morgenthau, Dr. George Hass and L. V. Steere.

the heat of cooking, produce next
to no effect on it Water in which
a large chromium plated sample had:
been immersed for a month was
found to have dissolved only five
thousandths of a part in a million
parts of water. This is much less
than most metals would lose, and far
below any concentration which could
conceivably be considered harmful,
they state. To supplement their find-
ings, the.investigators polled munic-
ipal health officers in all parts of the
country and found that none had
ever had any reason to blame chrom-
lum for ill effects.
Montana, in proportion to popula-
tion, showed the country's highest
membership gain in the latest Red
Cross roll call.
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Bantam hens can be used success- There are nine institutions of
fully to hatch and mother baby quail, higher learning in Montana, an av-
Dr. W. H. Disney of San Diego, Calif., erage of one for each 60,000 of pop-
has reported. ulation.

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