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THE MICHIGAN DAILY, TUESDA

Ship Subsidy
Bill May Die
In Committee
Faces Bitter Opposition
In Senate; Democratic
Majority Split
WASHINGTON, July 1. - (A) -
Senate enemies of the bill to subsidize
the American merchant marine aim
to kill it in committee if they can.
As the Senate, moved to consider
the bill today Senators Wheeler
(Dem., Mont.) and Clark (Dem., Mo.)
said they would try to refer it to the
commerce committee, with Clark add-
ing: "It will never get out."
The House passed the bill last week
by the slender margin of eight votes.
After an attack by opponents - main-
ly from inland cities -the big house
Democratic majority split over the
legislation designed to pay ship com-
panies the difference between foreign
and domestic operating and construc-
tion costs.
Clarksasserted the measure was
"full of loopholes" which would enable
the shipping lines to obtain graft.
Senator Copeland, (Dem., N.Y.)
sought last week to bring a similar
bill before the Senate, but withdrew
his mdtion because of what he believed
was an adverse sentiment.
Without the legislation, Copeland
argued, "there is a probability that
the merchant fleet would be wiped
out."
But in the House, opponents led by
Reps. Wearin (Dem., Ia.), and Moran
(Dem., Me.), branded it as "unwork-
able," "vicious," and as opening the
treasury to the "shipping trust."

Given Life Sentence
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Extend NLRB And Steel,
Textile Labor Boards
WASHINGTON, July 1. -(P)-
President Roosevelt issued executive
orders today extending the national
labor relations board until Aug. 1, and
continuing indefinitely the national
steel labor relations board and the
textile labor relations board.
Apparently ready to sign the new

Wagner labor board bill, the P
continued the national labor r
board for only a month.
A new board would be est
under the Wagner bill now be
President.
The executive orders for
tional steel labor relations bo
the textile labor relations boa
tinued these agencies "until
order."

Why Is The Parrot AiwaI
Crowded at Meal Ti me?

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An unusually large selection of
fine foods at reasonabl'e.prices.

LUNCHEON.

3Oc to 45c

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Detroit police held as material witnesses three girls arrested at
Fort Wayne, Ind., with William Lee Ferris, wanted in connection with
the slaying of Howard C. Dickinson, New York attorney. Two of them,
Dorothy Miller (left) and Loretta Jackson, tried to shield their faces
from the camera when thdy were brought to Detroit, but only one was
successful.
Several Weddings Of University
Graduates Solemnized Recently

-Associated Press Photo.
Convicted of second degree mur-
der in connection with the slaving
of Jahn Williams, second hand store
proprietor, Walter L. Jackson
(above)* of Mason City, Ia., was
sentenced to a life term in Stillwater
penitentiary. His stepson, Lyle Da-
vis, previously had pleaded guilty.
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Luncheons ...... 11:30 - 1:30
Dinners .........5:30 - 7:30

DINNER.

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Meal Tickets:

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