THE MICHIGAN DAILY'
The News Of The World As Illustrated'In Associated Press Pictures
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This picture, flown by Wiley Post himself from Flat, Alaska, to Edmonton, Canada, shows the
record breaking globe-flier's plane, the Winnie Mae, as it nosed over on the landing field at Flat, break-
ing the propellor and damaging the landing gear. Another Associated Press Photographer met Post at
Edmonton and brought the picture by plane to Chicago.
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"FLAME OF LOVE"
Ralph Graves and
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H. B. Warner -- Bette Davis
* One of the most recent additions to film colony's very young set
is Gary Evan Crosby, three weeks old, who is shown here with his
parents, Bing Crosby, singer and actor, and Dixie Lee, former actress,
at their home in Los Angeles.
Michigan Civic League
Acts To Oust Comstock'
DETROIT, July 24.-(A)-Nearly
1,000 letters were in the mail today,'
officers of the Michigan Civic league
said, carrying invitations to attend
a meeting here Wednesday night to
discuss the proposed recall of Gov.
William A. Comstock.
Walter A. Trost, a member of
the group which has gone on rec-
ord as favoring the recall, said a
citizens recall council would be or-
"It is obvious that concerted ac-
tion is necessary to obtain 450,000
signatures to the recall petition,"
Trost said. "This can be done only by
discussion and agreement upon the
grounds cited for this action."
He said H. J. Bowersox of Jackson,
who has started a recall movement
there, would be invited to attend.
Trost said that the criticism of
Gov. Comstock "possibly may be nar-
rowed down to something resembling
Among other grounds upon which
Trost said members of the organiza-
tion attacked the governor were: His
repeal of' the small loan bill, his at-
titude on the chain store tax, his
conduct of the state police, that he
exceeded his authority in proclaim-
ing the Michigan bank holiday, and
that he failed in leadership toward
devising corrective legislation.
First of the petition blanks seek-
ing the recall of Gov Comstock was
received in Detroit Sunday night by
George W. Brooks, Wayne county
manager of the recall campaign in-
stigated by Bowersox. The ship-
ment included 20,000 blanks, each
with room for 25 signatures. Brooks
was to receive 30,000 more blanks
today, he said.
May, 1933, was the hottest May in
St. Petersburg, Fla., since- . the
weather bureau was established there
19 years ago.
Florine McKinney, 20 year old
actress, signed a contract with a
Hollywood studio and then had it
approved bly a Los Angeles court.
She starts her fim kcareer at a
salary of $125 a week.
Bob Angell Is Defeated
In Final Of City Match
Robert Angell, sociology professor,
was defeated in straight sets, 6-1,
8-6, 6-1 by Steve Lewis in the finals
of the all-city tournament Saturday.
Angell's hard-hitting attack was
gradually worn down by the consist-
ant play of the defending champion.
PUBLIC BE PLEASED
SHARON, Pa., July 21.--()--Just
to satisfy that irresistible American
urge, a business man placed a big
daub. of paint at the bottom of a
sign on his freshly-beautified store
The sign said, "If you must touch
this paint, touch here."
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