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City May Sue
For Mack Park
A resolution to authorize rit>
condemn a i ton proceedings to .♦<•-
quire Mack Park was undei prepa
ration today by the corporation
counsel for presentation to mrn
mon council.
The ownejs of the park have
bad several offers for the right -
acre area, according to ("ounnl
rr.an Dnraisc vs ho proposed tire
condemnation.
Dora is pointed out that Iho
park is the only site in the area
suitable for recreational purposes.
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Ke f n s—Women's Shoes—S>*th Floor
Pledging to End a Nightmare
YsiiiltK in A>\v 4hism-:?
Ask 4 oloman Lamp
If anybody in Detroit has a
C't*v*n: • n lamp in his attic oi
tticked away in his summer cot
tage, there are some boys over
on New Guinea who need it
badly.
Pvt. Harry Joseph Frederick,
24, has written his mother Mrs
Joseph A. Fredrrirk of 801 ft
Kenny, hogging her to buy some
of the precious lamps for his
outfit.
SHOES
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(ien. Douglas .MacArthur, with a revol
ver stuck casually in hi> hip pocket,
shaking hands with Maj. (ion. \ erne
kludge, commander of the ank First
( availy Division, as both pledged the lib
eration of Manila and the rescue of (ion.
Wainwright, Mudge's former commander,
held prisoner by the .laps since Corregi
-1 dor. Mudge’s men were the first in Manila.
Said the mother:
"I’ve been all ever. There
Isn t h lamp to he found in a
Detroit store. The army has
bought them all up. Harry
even sent the money some of
his special pals got together.
"We'd he su grateful to find
even one. We’ll hip it if some
body has such an Item."
If you have such a lamp for the
hoys, telephone Mrs. Frederick at
IVanhne 8217.
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Native Filipino nurses in the Tahlac Provincial Hospital on Luzon ministering to
starved and emaciated Filipino youngsters whose plight was found by the liberating
\anks to he the typical result of three years of Japan’s “New Order” in the Philippines.
American internees were found to he in similar condition when rescued by the anks.
Army Ignores
Wheeler Probe
CAMP RORFRTS. Cal.. Feb. 8
(INS) Army officials had no
comment to make today on Sena
tor Wheeler’s demand that a Sen
ate military affairs committee in
vestigate a court-martial sen
tence to hang an army private for
refusal to drill.
The soldier. Pvt. Henry P. Web
ber. 27. of Lincoln, Neb., was
sentenced to lie hanged by an
army court-martial hoard after he
allegedly refused to carry out the
orders of his commanding officer,
t first lieutenant, last Jan 11.
Wheeler said that if the Sen
ale committee failed to take ac
tion, he would introduce a resolu
tion into the Senate calling for
an investigation.
Itoiiofils
Plain I |»
! An ordinance sotting up a $910,-
294 program to provide all city
employes w ith death and disability
benefits and hospitalization was
presented to common council to
day by Mayor Jeffries.
Council will vote tomorrow night
to place the proposal on first and
second reading and set dates for
a series of hearings before taking
final action.
The program i- based on cover
age for 34.319 employes including
the water board sewage disposal
department, housing commission
and the DSR.
DIYIDK COSTS
Cost of admmist i ation included
in the estimate of $940.294, was
figured at SIB,OOO annually. The
city'would contribute half of the
necessary funds to put the plan in
operation and the employes would
be assessed for the 01 tier half.
Mayor Jeffries xatd the cost j»*r
employe would he a year for
the city and for the employe, SI
deduction from each of the 26
annual pa.v checks.
M W INC M Hi; I Y'lll.V
The employe would have the
right to include his wife m hus
band and children under a family
plan at a co-t of 81.37 from each
pay check
The plan provides death benefits
of 82.000 if occurring beioie irtire
ment and SI,OOO if following retire
ment. Disability benefits would
amount to sl3 a week, not to ex
ceed 26 weeks, and following a 13-
dav period The hospital clause
includes hoard and room not ex
ceeding $6 a day up to 31 days and
fees not to exceed S3O.
.‘I >l»rc* Admirals
4lf »la|t \avy Slain
NKW YORK. Frh. 6 1 IN’S) -
Rear Adms. Ko/o Kimura. Yoshi
yuki Kishi and Fichiro Jo have
heen killed in action the Japanese
Domei agency announced today.
This raises to 87 the number of
Japanese naval officers of Mag rank
whose deaths have been announced
hv Tokvo since Mav 1911
EYESTRAIN
IS A THIEF tbs’ msy rob you of
health, happineit and iueceii in
life, Propar giants can correct
this condition and an n»n" r - na*-on
will lhow whether you need them.
Why not eorna in now and lat
our 95 yee'i' i« qual
ity optical larwica ba your »a ( «
quid** to vijion the’ i* jha r p and
elaar.
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OPTOMETRIST I* CMARf.E
THE
L. BLACK CO.
CLIFFORD AT GRISWOLD
Wants Nurses
Under Draft Law
WASHINGTON. Feb. 8 < INS)"!
Surgeon (lon Parian today'
m'nmmcndcd to {’unstwss. that all
mire's he placed under selective
M-iAire and required to perform
essential civilian well as mili
tary tasks.
The bead of the U. S Public'
Health Service, speaking in favor!
of rmi>es‘ (frail legislation, told ■
tlie House military affairs com-;
mil tee:
*\\ c 'ixHilrf have ;» real se lec
tivp service under which each
nurse would be required to con
tribute in proportion to her skill
on the rnilit.irv or civilian
front.”
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red. blue, green and gold
plaid taffeta hat and bag
ensemble worn with a navy
blue suit and white glows.
Pay Only $1.25 Weekly.’
OPEN MONDAY 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
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28 Miehi9*n Ave- Opposite City H«B
PLAID ENSEMBLE
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Attractive, modern bed, sturdily
built of solid fruitwood in sunny
natural finish, comfortable mattress
and resilient all-metal coil spring . . .
a smart and practical bed outfit that
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