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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Small Offers Wyatt Authority 14 Michigan
For Non-Housing. Building Counties Are
Sustaining State OTn
By The Associated PressSuaiigttePCUE IEW
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17-Produc- ing materials away from veterat's
tion boss John D. Small, in response homes, requested Small by letter to Washienaw Included
to a new demand for deep cuts in cut it down further. If this is not In Taxpaying Group
non-housing construction, has offer- done, he said, he would issue a di-
ed to Housing Chief Wilson Wyatt rective making a cut mandatory. FLINT, Mich., Aug. 17-UP)-Four-
full control over the bulk of such Full Authority for Wyatt teen Michigan counties and an equal
building. Small replied that the obvious an- number of cities contained in thosez\
The tangle between the two big swer to Wyatt's dissatisfaction is for counties paid the entire cost of state
The angl e bdnth two Wyatt to take full authority. Small government for the other 69 counties
terials has been amicable enough, would retain control only over in- in one year, G. Keyes Page, executive
high officials revealed, but tonight dustrial construction, in line with secretary of the Genesee County Tax-
hig ofiil2eeld uttngt .~~:
his reconversion responsibility as payers Association, contended in s
head of the Civilian Production Ad- :eport released today.
Wyatt, feeling that school, com- ministration.
mrilndthruidnisri-mns n.Cities bearing the brunt of govern-x
rneriaiand ther building is drain-ksra
le offered to turn ,over to the ment expen e, according to the re-
Housing Expediter his staff, money Port, were:
St and authority for the regulation of Bay City, Benton Harbor, Battle
churches, stores, office buildings, and Creek, Flint, Lansing, Jackson, Kala-
public works, along with housing. mazoo, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, F, ..
Wyatt, officials reported privately, Pontiac, Saginaw, Part Huron, Ann
L gm is reluctant to take such a big new ha , n a"o'
I'or 1" slice of responsibility, even though Counties were: Bay, Berrien, Cal- V".1
r perty it would permit him to pass judg- houn, Genesee, Ingham, Jackson,
ment on the various types of con- Kalamazoo, Kent, Muskegon, Oak-
GRAND RAPIDS, Aug. 17-()- struction projects and channel ma- land, Saginaw, St. Clair, Washtenaw
rhe American Legion was urged by t s as he believes proper. and Wayne.
Sen. Homer Ferguson tonight to take Wya tt Fears Slowdown _______ __
the leadership toward prosperity in The Housing Chief, it was stated,
America and peace in the world. fears that such wholesale adminis- Noted W riter
Michigan's junior senator, address- trative shift might slow up the hous-
ing the state Legion convention, said ing drive temporarily, instead of Dies Suddenly
the legionnaires as a cross-section helping it. fli
of America "can spearhead a move- The two men have conferred pri-A
went toward a sound economy and a vately, without reaching a decision, Pollock Stricken at FRI
prosperous America." since Wyatt's letter was delivered toF
Ferguson said the Legion occupied Small last week. Home on Long Island veltr
a similar position in the internation- The letter requested, among other dian
al picture. things, that CPA tighten up its en- NEW YORK, Aug. 17- P-Chan- N.gS.,
"More countries have less liberty forcement machinery over the coun- ning Pollock, author, and dramatist,
oday than before World War II," try to bring about better compliance died of a cerebral hemorrage at his P R E S I D E N T I A L P O R T R A I T- President Truman sits for his portrait by Artist John
bie said. "A year has gone by and with the building.controls. summer home in Shoreham, Long Slavin (right). The -ting now hangs in the conference room of the White House.
Island, today at the age of 66.
yet no peace. More people are en- Small has repeatedly and publicly Psla ocktas tricenieoreham
slaved today than before the war- stated his belief that new non-resi- sterday a reain unonisam
but the world must have peace." dential construction-trimmed down yesterday and remained unconscious
The Senator said the "first pur- two-thirds at Wyatt's request late lived with him at Shoreham.Heen
Pose" of the Legion was to "promote In May-is already at "dangerously Hehlso maintained a home in New
eace and good will among the people low" levels. He apparently is un- York City.
of the . United States and all the willing to take responsibility for cut- Yor Ciy.ashington, D.C.,P k
Born in Washington, D.C., Pollock ° r<« ,
nations of the earth." ting it further started his career as a dramatic
Ferguson complimented his Michi- critic for the Washington Post in
an colleague in the Senate, fellow-- 1 1 1898. He turned to writing plays at
Republican Arthur H. Vandenberg, Explod g ing an early age, and was the author of
or his work for peace. Vandenberg more than 'thirty, most of them suc-
ilso was a Legion convention guest. cessful
With reference to the domestic JHis works included "The Fool,"
cene Ferguson said the United States 1922; "The Enemy," 1925; "The
was "at the cross-roads where pro- Two P ersons House Beautiful," 1931. He also wrote
luction and production and more the script for the Ziegfeld Follies of
roduction is the only answer to our PORTLAND Me Aug. 17-(P)- 1915 and 1922, produced six books
economic security." Fumes of short stories and essays, and two
Fmsexploding with terrific frcenoes
He said the war was fought partly blasted the 16,000-ton tanker Dia- Hesa
o protect the "right to strike" but mondH Ind h Portland rbo Haa ecture ld tr erandeoted
dded this right would not always dytkigth ivsoftolrw-m ctofehistoimh heoted < aa
xist "if it is not used with dis- much of his time. He conducted a
retion" or if it is used to "destroy men and injuring threeothers. weekly page for the Sunday New : m'o=
he general welfare." Killed in the blast was first officer York. Journal-American, and miade
Avid Stenberg, 42, of (34 West 65th many radio broadcasts. > ?3 ; "r F D
Street) New York, who was thrown 1________ ___
Michigan Veterans up through the ship's super-struc-p "
. tu r e Met odist, Ba testT N ETStephen Dewey of Av
ichgan C Veta n up throug r the ship's suerstc Metht A P0 0 C H I N B 0 T S - Lanny, a wire haired fox and water to two baby hummingbirds wi
aa th ving for only a few hours' at G l M terrier, wears a couple of pair of riding boots and' the cap of his mother, Mrs. Wells Dewey, found the bird
the Marine Hospital, where he and sMoay master, Mike Corona, a jockey at Rockingham park, Salem, N. H. been torn from a tree, and made
GRAND RAPIDS, Aug. 17-(A')- his injured mates were rushed in a
'housands of Michigan's veterans of city fireboat, was John Trembacz, 45, The Methodist and Baptist Guilds n
wo world wars donned resplendent of Philadelphia, Pa., who died of head . will hold a joint meeting at 6:00
arade dress as they stepped out with injuries. p.m. today at Barton Hills.
lasting bugles and pounding drums The ship ,operated under charter A talk by Rev. Walter Van Hoek
oday to provide the feature attrac- from the War Shipping Administra- on "The Realm of Fate" will high-y
ion of the 28th annual state conven- tion by Tankers Company of New light the meeting.
ion of the American Legion. It was York, was under command of Capt. Cars will leave from the Baptist
heir first mass parade since 1941. L. E. Dorflinger, New Orleans. Guild House at 5:00 and 5:30 p.m.
the three-piece suitaa t
in dIl-wool tweeds by
W . ,

BUNDAV, AUJGUST 18, 1946
E N D S--Fala, pet Scot-
makes friensitha Capa-
tar at Campebello Island
near the Roosevelt Cana-
dian summer home.
4y 45
'on, Conn., feeds honey
th an'eyedropper. His
s, after their nest had
pets of them.
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'Round the Corner on State.r
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Wherever you go - the 3-piece suit is adequate R E P A Y I N C A D E B T - Lt. (jg) George Tweed, who hid on Guam for 21 months while under
Wnececks, so treo-oids, .it isetey, f the Pacific island was in Jap hands, watches an auto being loaded aboard a ship at San Francisco. presid
-In checks, stripes or, solids, it is extremely He is sending the car to Antonio Artero. native Guam rancher, who cared for him.' Publis
smart - The well tailored top coat is ideal with
the suit, or separate. The Suit 29.95. The
Coat 32.95.
Perfectly adorable x
new blouses that
will send you into
Smart new arrivals ecstasies - White.
everyday in Hand- black and colors.,
bags, Gloves, Belts, ^t.
Costume Jewelry.M£
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0 R I T E - President
an appointed Keen John-'
above) the first U. S.
-secretary of labor. He is;
ent of the Daily Register.
hing Co., Richmond, Ky.

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