Clipped From The Escanaba Daily Press
THE ESCANABA (MICH.) DAILY PRESS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 10 It ALIEN TRAINING FLANS OUTLINED Citizenship Education I’ r og r a m Allotted 0,000 Uudjiot t ion to 2 y i, ( m i % “fi ulnta tit ■ in Gii I»«' r in n rii wh tu ni Elliot! nubile isinfî. Ort 3 0 (A1) -Sponsor* lut 1 y by the tat»• depart* «It public Instruction, the Immigration and mituraliza- • t vit *» and t )i<i Works I' ior - uiministration, a 12-member ¡I was orKanixed here todny iviil»* citizenship trainine for it aliens in Michigan. I(«*n ja min J. Muik^ma, aa- xiiperintendiTit of schools lid Rapids, was named i»>nt chairman of tlie colm ili, according to Dr Eugene state superintendent f»t" Instruction, uiil d«*sianate Detroit Defense Plants See Duke In Speedy Tour Detroit. Oct, SO (AT) In ani tout-age almost breathlesH. eight-hour span-- on** working Pausing only to shale hand« shift—-the Duke of Windsor to-iwith an oll-fltalned workman or dav mad» a whirlwind tour of this to wave to cheering workers, th» motor city’s huge defense plants I duke, with an engineering back to see for hlrnst If how Instruments | ground gained from four years a of warfare roll off assembly linen. I » naval cadet, fired questions at Wtlhln n few minute« after laborers and guide* nllkf a I i g lit i nr from a train that had | machine-gun rapidity, brought him from N< w York and through Canada a dominion lie once ruled a» King Edward VIM of Great Hritain the duke was dodginp overhead cranes and bobbing bobbing in and out of aisles of whirring whirring ma< hiñe» and -pinning wheels in Chrysler corporation's $30.000,000 $30.000,000 tank arsenal. Grading Of Foods Six Hip Dogs Maul To Be Enforced Boy, Age J, To Death Lansing, Oct. ?,0. Alex V Chatham, Ont., Oct. SO. i/Py Koslosky. director of the state ¡ The death penalty was imp« bureau of foods and standards, to-1 today upon six St. Bernard dogs day ordered rigid enforcement of that mauled to death five-year-old food grading standards with the Ward Stanworth in their pen last admonishment lo inspectors to use night. “common horse sense.” hoy was believed to have In a letter to all Inspectors, climbed apple tree and to have Koslosky asserted Michigan’s ef- fallen Into the dots' compound forts to gain favorable position In t}lf, fnrtn of his grandfather the struggle for the nation's mar* ;irbv Raleigh. kets depended upon enforcement _ — —— with °f grading standards. pn. KITCHEN APPOINTED He pointed out that wholesalers ( Lansing, Oct. 30. (/P)—The When he came to the end of ior retaller8 compelled to dump 20 executive office announced the asembly line in the tank ,n 50 Iu*r rr nt of their _fruit be-1 polntment of Dr. Arthur S. Kltch- arsenal he climbed into a 2Mon His dashes I another, fittiru’ medium tank. Shaken, but grinning, grinning, he bumped his head as he emerged after a ten-minute inspection inspection ride. The tank’s test driver, the duke learned, was Joseph (Scotty) om one plant to Meneck. who had served In with the training district. -chools in each school of defens« "speed-up." left his en u nder asked an,«»ani m. Hnd ln Kle- F »'ho<d« ” i “Th*1 1 S'a t louai Lliiott said the work is part of a national citizenship education progratn for whlch the President has ear marked f11.000.000 of WPA funds. Michigan was as- slgtied $235,000 whlch will he ns< d to pay Instructors from WPA roll» who will he etnployed hy local local hoards of education, he said. PLANE BOUND FOR DETROIT FALLS, BURNS (Continued from Page One) Idea | him In World War I. "Do you play the pipes? the duke. “I canna do that," Meneck replied. replied. "You sing, then?" "Nor sing, either." "No? What a Scotsman!" Dispensing with a police escort I —-It was explained his highness doesn’t like sirens—the duke was j whisked to a corporation proving ; grounds where army trucks cause inspectors consider it in- Hi, of Kscanaba, today as an edible would be slow to offend amining physician for the Delta again. ¡county draft board No. 1, While stressing need for Improvement Improvement of the quality of Mich- PHOTOOHAI’HS l,E(*AT/ ignn apples, he said, dose inspec- Lansing, Oct. 30. (¿P) Photo- tion also should he made of egg. graphic case histories of patients poultry and potato production. 1 may be kept at state hospitals in— - i stead of currently-used volumln- The moon doesn’t rotate on its ous paper records, an attorney nxin. | general opinion held today. Other members of the state council Include M. A. Kopka,. Jerome TL C.ldillns, base material I chugged through wheel-deep mud Ifiuniratmk tiperintendent of officer; Lieut John Muse, and and climbed steep grades. «■bool , and Paul Werner, assist-! these enlisted men: Master Ser- After a buffet lunch with auto- ant director r»f immigration and geant J. C. Sahreck, Staff Ser- mobile chieftains, the duke visited naturalization service, Detroit, geant R. J. Riddle, Corporal Fer- i General Motors corporation’s and F. S. De Galan, director of ioaille and Privates II111 and Nan- Cadillac division, where airplane adult education, Detroit board of etta. education. 11 nient. I advanced came from a Grange the reso- year so danger of MA DA NAZI ASSAULT IS TORTUROUS SLOW MOTION (Continued from Pago One) clpal cl tv PASSENGEIt 1,1ST New York, Friday, Oct. 31, (/P) American Airlines announc'd today the following list of 20 persons, persons, Including a crew of three, who were killed In the crash of an American Airlines transport plane last night; Boarding the plane at New York were: Robert Sowers. A. Bigda, Bridgeport, Conn. A L. Lewes, Bridgeport. John Kay, South Fiend, Ind. E. J. Beuz. Watt. n the region, already] had been acknowledged by the Russians. In any event this third one of three German off«>nslv«‘s In tin* parts are being made, and then ‘-pent the remainder of the afternoon afternoon with Henry Ford. The niot»>r magnate, who was host to the duke when he visited the city as the Prince of Wales In 1924, escorted him through the Ford Motor company's airplane plant in suburban Dearborn and then toured the company’s $4 0,000.000 0,000.000 plant at Willow Run where, at capacity operation, 00.000 workers will turn out four- motored Consolidated B-24D bombers bombers on a mile-long assembly line. The duke, who was not accompanied accompanied by the duchess, left for New York early tonight. AT THE THEATRES MICHIGAN TODAY and TOMORROW NIGHT Matin»« 2 O'clock—Adnltn 32c Tin Inc. Children lie T«i Ine. Nirht 7:00 A i :00—— Adult* 12c Tm Inc. Ch Idrcn 17c T»* Inc. Their BLITZ Will Give You “FITS”!