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June 29, 1935 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1935-06-29

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THE MICHI'GAN DAILY

Bor glum Begins Jef ferson Lead In Rushmore Project

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Associated Press Photo.
The task of carving the head of Thomas Jefferson on Mt. Rushmore in the Black Hills near Rapid City,
S. D., has been begun under the direction of Gutzon Borglum, who plans monuments of four famous presidents.
The profile of the virtually completed head of George Washington can be seen at the left.
Ann Arbor To Evidence Reveals Call For Third
e L octio Of Big Part weather P ye
Orphan Home Plays In Country O h J
10u aJu I 8V

ted Battle
Utility Bill
eingWaged
nistrative Advocates
Old 'Death Sentence'
use Are Cheered
IINGTON, June 28. - (W) -
tration leaders in the House,
to restore the "death sen-
the utility holding company
ressed belief today that they
ning ground.
bate over the measure pro-
n the floor,13 representatives
erent sections of the country
on a "cloakroom campaign"
votes for abolishing all ex-
cessary" holding companies
enate recently approved such
on and President Roosevelt
retained, but the bill reported
:ouse by its commerce com-.
would leave the fate of the
ompanies up to the securities
on.
entative Rankin (D e m.,
ne of the leaders in the fight,
ay that the majority which
he "death sentence" appeared
and - on the basis of a re-
ate poll - probably had been
to 20 members through the
om" drive and that it would
more than that."
pening debate lined up more
for us," he said.,"The at-
the administration haven't
any, either. Of course, the
ans are making a political
n's reference to attacks on
inistration apparently was
n part at least, at remarks
esterday by Representative
Rep., O.), a member of the
e committee Cooper called
ition proposal "one of the
ious ever submitted k to an
Congress."
w no member of Congress
e bill that was presented to
per asserted. "It was writ-
he smart young men in our
ent bureaus * * * Who are
ernment experts? They never
experience in industry in
S."
med Benjamin Cohen of the
orks legal staff and Thomas
, reconstruction corporation
as among those responsible
ng the original bill.
committed to shorter hours,
and convict labor, guaran-
ective bargaining and repeal
deral employers' liability act.
predicted a representative
Armer-Labor party, the Lib-
y, Technocrats, Utopians, and
r progressive forces" would
he convention.

WASHINGTON, June 28.- (P) - the adm
The voluminous mailing list of the aimed, in
Michigan Orphan Institute United States weather bureau is evi- OMAHA, June 8. - (P) - A clarion made ye
dence, if needed, of the important part call for "all persons at odds with the Cooper (
TO Be Tran1sferred TO weather still plays in the nation's life, principles of the two major parties" commerce
This Locality W. R. Gregg, the bureau director re- to meet here July 8 to 12, to form a the aboli
ports. third party was sounded today by Roy most vic
Ann Arbor is to be the site of the The warnings sent out by Gregg's M. Harrop, national chairman, Farm- American
Michigan Children's Institute, a new staff include: Labor party."
state bureau provided for by the Leg- Warnings of frosts to growers of "'Wewant to form a people's party," wrote th
islature for the adoption and provision citrus fruits who light some two mil- said Harrop, "which will treat every- us," Coo
of orphan children, it was announced lion heaters when the weatherman We want to abolish all taxation, ex- governme
yesterday by George R. Thompson, tells them of oncoming cold waves; cep at on ae incomes, and these gone
state budget director. warnings of storms to capt'ains of get hat on unearned incomesan ths g
The present headquarters for the ships both at sea and in port; hourlygetthich rth sentside lyta
management is the 60-year old public weather reports to airplane pilots both' overnmont which represents only a their live
school of Coldwater, which is to be in the port and aloft; longtime wea- part of the population is worth any- He na
put to other uses. thef histories to engineers who are thing to any of us." public wc
The Institute will be under the di-. building culverts and bridges; flood The biggest plank in the proposed Corcoran
rect control and supervision of the warnings to industrial plants in cities platform is one that guarantees a $2,- attorney,
state welfare commission. The com- and to farmers who have crops and 500 annual income to every American for writi
mission will have the duty of selecting cattle in lowlands; and reports to rail- family. Another board in the third
the place of location for the Institute. roads and shippers of perishable foods. party structure is democratic control program,
There is a possibility, according to of industry, based on issue of govern- no child
Thompson, that the state will buy a ment money derived from "soaking teed colle
building in ' Ann Arbor or its sur- PROFITS $38 A STEER Ithe rich." of the Fei
rounding territory capable of housing CLEVELAND, N. C. (P) - In an Other proposed plans included es- Harrop
between 20 and 30 children. official test to determine feeding costs, tablishment of a national marketing of the Fa
To Name Supervisor C. A. Brown, a livestock producer, system, government ownership of util- eral party
The commission will also have made an average profit of $38 a head I ities, a public works four-year pro- "all othe
the power of naming the supervisor on 50 steers. gram of $20,000,000,000, and- a labor attend the
of the Institute, subject to the con- __ _-__ __ __
firmation of the governor. The com- 1411 --

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End Of Month SALE
DON'T MISS THESE VALUES SATURDAY
STORE OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
18 SPRING COATS

This group includes silk lined, tan polo, plaids and navy blue coats.
They are values. to $35.00 and may be found in the Main Store.

$10

DRESSES for ALL OCCASIONS
Here's a chance to fill the gaps in your wardrobe, because you'll find
a frock for any occasion in this group. Choose from prints, navy, rose,
black. and acqua. Dinner and formal frocks included. Former values
to $25.00 -- Main Store.

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8 KNITTED
DRESSES and SUITS
Values to $25.00
*10
MAIN STORE

ROBES - PAJAMAS - NEGLIGEES

Silks and crepes, plain and
$12,95 Values, $9.95

combination colors. - Main Store
$6.95 Values, $4.95

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Two- and Three-Piece PLAY SUITS
Here's a fine Fashion Annex value: Two- and three-piece play suits
(shorts, halters and skirts) of seersucker and gingham. Formerly $3.95.
ONE GROUP of DRESSES

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Don't overlook these bargains in the Fashion Annex. This group in-
cludes both silks and cottons and formerly were priced to $7.50.

$4.95

COTT N and SILK BLOUSES
These fine cotton and silk blouses were $2.95. Make your choice early $ 59
because there is just one lot left. - Fashion Annex. *
Al 1 CAI CC Cr-IiA

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