,Y, AUGUST 7, 1935
T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Men Called To
Arms By Duce
GOrders Mobilization Of 2
Regular Army Divisions
And Fascist Core
Totals Near 195,000,
14 Screen Beauties Given Hollywood Film Contracts
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Ethiopian Emperor Directs
Of Empire's Red Cross
ROME, Aug. 6. - (P) -Premier
Mussolini called 75,00 more men to
arms today "as a consequence of
heavy Ethiopian mobilizations."
Specifically, he ordered the mo-
bilization of two regular army divi-
sions and a volunteer Fascist black-
shirt division and created two re-
The long-expected "communique
No. 9" announced the new increase in
Italy's fighting strength.
It stated the Asietta division of the
regular army, commanded by Gen.
Riccardi has been called.
The mobilization order brought the
number of divisions already sent to
East Africa or in training for service
there to seven regular army and six
Total Near 195,000
Estimating the strength at an av-
erage of 15,000 men to a division, the
order will bring Italy's white forces
in Eritrea and Italian Somaliland to
A check of southern embarcation
points indicates that almost 100,000
of these already have departed.
Two divisions of natives, raised in
East Africa early this year, increased
the regular territorial forces of 10,000
Thus, it is estimated that 140,0001
troops already are in line in the two
With the arrival of the new con-'
tingents in training, or about to start
training in Italy, the total figure will
be swelled to 235,000.
Launch Red Cross
ADDIS ABABA, Aug. 6. -- ()-Em-
peror Haile Selassie directed person-
ally today a new phase of Ethiopia's
preparations for possible war withI
Italy-the ceremonial launching off
the empire's Red Cross.E
An imperial tent, lavishly decorated
in oriental style, was erected in the
court of the building especially leased
as the new Red Cross home. Addis<
was built for the king of kings.
The first meeting was called today
to press the camping for Red Cross
subscriptions, elect a board of di-
rectors and complete organization of
the body. Foreign Minister Bellaten
Gueta Herouy was named president
by the emperor.t
From the humanitarian viewpointE
Ethiopia's adherence to the red crosst
was understood to mean there would
be no repetition of the sequel to the
crushing of an Italian expedition at
Adua 40 years ago, when many Ital-
ian prisoners allegedly were mutilat-a
Laugoh Aoain In
MINNEAOLIS, Aug. 6. - (P) -
Minnehaha, the fall of laughing wa-
ters, made famous by Longfellow and
reduced to a snicker by the drought,
may once again ripple in merriment
- ifcertain work relief projects are
Except on special occasions when
the historic cataract has been arti-
ficially fed with city water, the falls
during summer months have been
no more than a trickle.
The work plan involves the raising
of Lake Minnetonka, near here, by
construction of a series of channels
to'divert water from the Crow River
into the lake. Restoration of the
lake level, now six feet below normal
after years of steady rec'essio'n, would
again cause Minnehaha creek, Min-
netonka's natural outlet, to gurgle
over the historic falls on its way to
Detailed plans for the diversion
project have been completed and filed
at SERA headquarters in St. Paul.
Engineers estimate the development
Will Rogers To
Join W Post In
Latest Air Hop
SEATTLE, Aug. 6. -(R) -Two fa-
mous cronies of -the air - Wiley Post
and Will Rogers - were nearly ready
to take off in Post's new red mono-
plane for Alaska, the first jump in
the plane's journey to Siberia and
-Associated Press Photo.
These fourteen girls who have been students of a screen training school at one of Hollywood's major
studios are to bepromoted and have been given seven year contracts. Top row, left to right: Lynn Bari,
Roanoke, Va.; Esther Btodelet, Chicagb; Dorothy fearing, Parachute, Colo.; Anne Nagel, Boston; Florine,
Dickson, San Bernardino, 'Calif.; Iris Shunn,"Sioux City, Ia.; Julie Cabanna, Hollywood. Front row, left to
right, Anita Thompson, Dallas, Tex.; Geneva Sawyer, Minneapol is; Marian Weldon, Duluth, Minn.;
Philippa Hilber, Los Angeles; Mary Blackwood, Alexandria, La.; Patricia Farr, Kansas City; Shirley Aaran-
son, Fresno, Calif.
EngineerAdvises Tht Women Be
Motion Minded' And Save Energy
Detroit Women Decide To
Extend Meat War Over
DETROIT, Aug. 6. -(A - Detroit
neat dealers turned over to a com-
:nittee of 11 today the task of finding
an answer to the demands of striking
housewives that meat prices come
down 20 per cent.
The committee, named at a meeting
3f 250 dealers last night, was em-
powered to draft immediate plans to
protect the interests of the harassed
butchers during the strike, now en-
tering its third week, and to request
the aid of police and the county
While the butchers met, the strik-
ers also were busy. Mrs. Mary Zuk,
chairman of the group initiated the
strike, presided at a meeting of Ham-
tramck, Dearborn and west side direct
action committee at which a general
Wayne county strike was declared in
The strike was expanded to include
poultry, with the decision to include
it in the banned meat list left to
Proposals were made at the meeting
of the dealers that marketing author-
ities be asked to meet with the strik-
ing consumers and explain the pres-
ent meat prices.
Daniel A. Ford, of the United States
bureau of agricultural economics, told
the dealers their prices were com-
parable to those of Chicago and oth-
er mid-western cities, and said there
was little prospect of a reduction by
packing houses. Market conditions
are such, he said, that in spite of
strike activities most wholesale prices
probably will be increased 20 per cent
. Picketing activities were at a stand-
still today as Mrs. Zuk announced the
strikers- would concentrate their ef-
forts on the weekend marketing days.!
California's orange crop has been
estimated at 42,115,000 boxes, an in-
crease of about 37 per cent over last
Tells Of Death Party
-Associated Press Photo.
The story of the drinking party
which preceded the death of How-
ard C. Dickinson, New York attor-
ney, was related by William Lee
Ferris, shown as he testified in his
own defense in his trial at Detroit
with three women for the holdup
Where To Go
MONTCLAIR, N. J., Aug. 6. - (?)-
A mechanical engineer, the mnother of
11 children, is going to Purdue Uni-
versity in the fall to teach students
to become "motion minded."
"Motion minded persons," says Dr.
Lillian M. Gilbreth - she has been
called America's outstanding woman
engineer - "are those who know how
to conserve energyby eliminating
waste motion and effort in their work.
Analyze your daily chores and you'll
(Continued fromP age 2)
Wassily Besekirsky, will givethe fol-
lowing Graduation Recital, Thursday
evening, August 8, to which the gen-
eral public, with the exception of
small children is invited. Mr. Achilles
Taliaferro will be the accompanist:
Concerto in D major, Mozart-Jo-
Hora Staccato, Dinicu-Heifetz.
Danse Du Diable Vert, Cassado.
The Annual Summer Banquet of
the Men's Education Club and Wom-
en's Education Club will be held this
evening at 6:30 oclock at the Michi-
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
U. S. Civil Service examinations:
Chief Explosives Chemist, $5,600.
Area Medical Director (Indian Ser-
Notices are on file in 201 Mason
jAn Excellent Opportunity
Awaits Summer School
Students in our
End of Summer School
Together with our
Dresses of light shades to fin-
ish the Summer, that may be
worn into late fall, are now
on sale at greatly reduced
prices, giving Summer School
Students an excellent oppor-
tunity 'to ,shop before< exam
Sports, Street, Travel,
Sizes 12 to 46.
Two groups of Dresses and
Suits - darker shades of
knits ... prints ... crepes
. aid chiffons.
At/2 Off '
All White, Pastel, Crepes
and knit Suits & Dresses.
All Cotton Dresses.
Sizes 12 to 46
A few Swaggers, Fitted
be surprised at the amount of energy
you waste with useless motion.
Hint For A Housewife
"Housewives can save energy by
studying their tasks," she holds.
"Why, for instance, should a laundry
be in the cellar and a sewing room on
the second floor? The two tasks are
closely related. Put the sewing ma-
chine in the laundry and you save mo-
"I go to the city to buy a dress. I
try it on and buy it. The dress is
takcn from the hanger, pressed,
wrapped in yards of tissue after it is
folded. Then it is placed in a box
which is tied with string, and de-
livered to me. I untie the box, I take
the tissue off. I unfold the dress. I
press it again. Then I place it back
on a hanger, just as it was in the
store. Why couldn't the store leave
the dress on the hanger, hang it in
a truck, and deliver it to me? Waste
motion and lost energy."
Her husband, the late Dr. Frank B.
Gilbreth, who died 11 years ago, was
the originator of "motion study." It
was not his purpose to increase a
worker's production. He taught men
how to do a day's work with less
effort and fatigue. He photographed
bricklayers at work, and told them
how to make their jobs easier by
eliminating certain arm and leg
He experimented before his shav-
ing mirror, and concluded that task
could be accomplished with less effort
and motion if two brushes were used.
Now his widow is carrying on his
work. She lectures, teaches, and is
employed as a consulting engineer by
numerous large industries. She is a
world authority on the subject of mo-
tion as it relates to the conservation
of energy in industry. Pencils and
other implements are arranged on the
desk of her office-laboratory so they
can be reached and put into use with
a minimum of effort and motion.
True Of Leisure, Too
"Go through the proper motions in
doing your task," she says, "and you
can be less worried about the kind
of a product you are going to turn
out. That is true of leisure as well as
"Every person knows that if he goes
through the proper motions when
hitting a golf ball, he need not worry
about where the ball is going. Waste
motion doesn't improve the shot. On
the contrary, it harms it. The same
is true of the industrial product."
At Purdue, Dr. Gilbreth will be
professor of management.
2 p.m. Majestic
Young and Charles
Boyer in "Shang-
2 p.m. Michigan Theater, Janet
Gaynor and Henry Fonda in "The
Farmer Takes A Wife."
2 p.m. Wuerth Theater, Claudette
Colbert in "Private Worlds" and Ed-
ward Horton in "$10 Raise."
7 p.m. Same features atthe three
8:30 p.m. Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater, "The Chocolate Soldier."
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