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August 10, 1938 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1938-08-10

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Board Approves
PWA Will Help Finance
New Hospital Building
Program In Michigan

News The World As Illustrated In ssoiAttd Press iure
Crew O f :anish Steamer Rescued O ff S pain A fter A nonymrous Bombing Attack Ethic pi SriFlyer h., [.S.

LANSING, Aug. 9.-(IP)-The State
Administrative Board flashe the
green light today for $5,000,000 worth'"
of construction projects.
Formal approval of a first batch of
contracts in connection with the Fed-
eral-State Hospital Building Program
accounted for the bulk of the work.
They totalled $4,700,000, of which
$2,115,000 will be provided by PWA
'"gants and the rest from state funds.
Projects to receive approval were:
Expansion of the Coldwater Chil-
dr'en's Village, $1,525,000.
Construction of a receiving hospital
and infirmary buildihgs at the Kala-
inazoo State Hospital, $1,450,000.
To increase the capacity of the
V~psilanti State Hospital by 500 beds,
$950,000, and for miscellaneous addi-
tions, $150,000.
A new residence for employes in
the Traverse City State Hospital,
Construction of a school and audi-
torium in connection with the New-
berry State Hospital, $150,000.
A new dormitory for the Ionia
Mtate Hospital, $150,000.
The board also approved a $108,120
program of PWA improvements, in-
cluding the construction of a new
lath house, for the Grand Haven Margin between life and death wa
'State Park and endorsed two high- bdrely manned boats. Ready to take
way constructipn contracts which had
been held up for study by the U.S.
Bureau of Roads. SOVlet Artill
Payment of a $2,800 bill submitted
by Frank N. Isbey, Director of the
tht thPowihcosse fte ounds At Japs
State Fair, was refused on the ground
;hat the job, which consisted of the
decoration of a stage set at the fair- >Warfare In Dead Earnest
grounds, was not awarded through
the proper channels. Charles S. Web Begins On Frontier
er, secretary of the board, said he (Continued from Page 1)
also was withholding bills for $5,000C u-
in purchases for the State fair which day and no casualty list has yet been
-had not gone through the hands of published.
the State purchasing department. While Foreign Commissar Maxi
Litvinoff and Japanese Ambassador
Mamoru Shigemitsu had not resumed
* * R I peace talks at a late hour this after-
314 S. State St. noon, there was another diplomatic
Typewriters,Stationery, exchange between the two powers.
Funao Miyakawa, first secretary of
Student and Office Supplies the Japanese Embassy, visited the
Since 1908 Phone 6615 Foregin Office and talked with the
- __=_ _ _ chief of the Far Eastern section, but
it was understood their conversation
was limited to discussion of the re-
cent Russian-Japanese clash at Shi-
fenho, 250 miles north of Changku-
Fighting at Suifenho between Rus-
sion and Japanese troops was men-
Si at tioned Sunday by Litvinoff in his lat-
t t1est talk with Shigemitsu. It could
Sanot be learned when Litvinoff and the
Japanese envoy would meet again.
;.,.Soviet circles regarded what they
termed a lack of collective sincerity
on the Japanese side as the kernel
of the crisis.
They conceded that the Tokyo gov-
ernment might sincerely wish a ces-
sation of hostilities, but asserted that
unless the Kwantung (Japanese-
Manchoukuoan) and Korean armies,
as well as Tokyo, collectively desired
peace little could be accomplished.j
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hire $7.50 Styles . $3.66
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f Unusual NEWS jBuck - Doeskin - Calf
Coming Saturday Air-o-pedics
LLOYD BEWARE" Wuerth Theatre Lobby


s so close for survivors of Danish steamer Bodil, sunk off Spain by plane marked with a black cross, that they
z to water is crew of Britain's Shropshire, which rescued Danes.

j China's 'Civilian Trenches' Of fer Protection From Bombers



Pitfalls for the wary, these pits are dug every few yards along Kaifeng, China, streets so that pedestrians
can drop into them at the first sound of air raid.
D Y F ANew York Bank In China Threatened
(Continued from Page 2)
Hares. A grand time for all, dehcious
food, entertainment and dancing. The
largest social event for the "Treble-
aires" and "Kingfishes" this summer.
Let's all be there 100 per cent.
Commercial Education Students:
Tour of the Burroughs Plant Friday
afternoon, Aug. 12. Cars will leave
University Parking lot at 12:15 p.m.
Tickets 50 cents at University High
School Office.
Elizabeth Davis Weds On Hankow waterfront stands branch building (above) of National
City bank of New York-in possible line of fire should Japan storm
Dr. Dugald Maclntyre China's provisional capital. The U.S. envoy and staff have already left
Elizabeth Davis, daughter of Mr. Hankow for Chungking.
and Mrs. R. W. Davis, was marnied
to Dr. Dugald S. Maclntyre, also of 7Vplans of the reception committee
to D. Dugad S Malntye, lsoof o L kes with his ad-lib wit and homely wise-
Ann Arbor in a ceremony Monday. ®n-stop Likeshcracks.
The couple spoke their vows before Eight hundred persons, jammed in-
Rev. Mr. Sherman of Negaunee. The M ob But H ow to the Newark Athletic Club, laughed
bride attended the University as did with him. They laughed each time he
Dr. MacIntyre who received his B.S. About A Job? was presented with a new trophy.
He got four and accepted each
from Carleton College in Minnesota __Heg __ fourandaccetedeach
and his medical degree from the NWR,.JAu.-(P-tte - _____-- _________
Unvrstdie93.He i now an in- NEWARK, N. J., Aug. 9-(P)--Little
Unvriyi 95 ei o ni-Doug Corrigan survived his latest,
structor in the department of surgery manhandling today with only minor
of the University hospital. casualties and, as he put it, had a
lot of fun but still no job.
NIGHTS The reception, a 250,000-persons'
~5c affair b~y the city of Newark and 80
7:0{,-9:O0 it Corganizations, wound through ten
s head- miles of city streets and five hours
of time.
t-break h The casualties were two aching
nforget- hands-from handshaking and auto-
graphing-and a slight bruising of an Plan part
injured chest, memento of the wel-
asteur come New York gave the wrong-way After the theatre or dance,
flier last week. come down and enjoy some fine
The job, which Corrigan said is his beer and sandwiches at Flautz.
prime interest, continued in the fan-
tastic and nebulous stage. Closed Evern Monday
"I've had a lot of vague offers," he
said, "but no one has come through BEER Braught & W1N E
with any talk of what I'd have to do Draught
-or how much I would get.
"I'm ready to take any job-in avi- FLAUTZ's Cafe
ation--if," and he grinned hugely, 122 West Washington
"I don't have to work too hard, and Corner Ashley
it pays a lot of money."
From the minute he landed this Hours 11 A.M. - 12 P.M.
morning until he took off for Balti- Lunch 11-4 p.m. Dinner 4-8
more, Corrigan upset the poise and
Vacation SPECIALS & T


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