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Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (Newspaper) - December 11, 1930, Fairbanks, Alaska MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS FAIRBANKS ALASKA THURSDAY DECEMBER 11 1930 PRICE TEN CENTS Flare Brings Rescue Airplane To Lost Airmen UPPER HOUSE OF CLOSE BANK PLAYING POLITICS WITH CHAIN IN EMERGENCY LEGISLATION ASKS LAWS TO KADIG INCREASE FROM LACK FOOD LIVED NEW YORK EMPLOYMENT HOUSE COMMITTEE EXPECTED TO SLASH MILLION DOLLAR FUND CREATED BYJ SENATE FOR DROUGHT RELIEF PROVE FOR PURCHASE SITE V EC T COAST DIRIGIBLE BASE I WASHINGTON Dec 11 The Senate relief to debate the emergency unemployment and the interstate commerce committee considered the nominations of new federal commissioners At the same time Senators continued to smart under President Hoover's accusation that some of them were playing politics at the expense of un- fortunates in misery iThe committee considered the Cap- to distribute bushels of wheat for While the House debated the interior ment appropriation the appropriations tee prepared to slash Senate's drought relief measure The naval committee is considering the ing program to bring the United States up to the London naval treaty basis The agriculture committee was holding drought relief hearings while the public buildings committee worked on a to expedite federal construction A to a Sunnyvale California site at five million dollars for a west coast dirigible base was approved by the naval committee Chairman Legge of the farm board warned that approval of the Capper might affect wheat es adversely BANK OF UNITED STATES PLACED IN HANDS STATE BANKING I 59 BRANCHES i By Associated Press NEW YORK Dec 11 Notices stating the Bank of the United tes not connected with the LONG TREK INDICTMENT TION PRESENTED TO SENATE j BY WAGNER OF NEW IN DEMANDING By Press WASHINGTON Dec 11 lation to prevent further ment was demanded by BURKE SO WEAK WHEN KADING SHOT BOU THAT HE WAS UNABLE TO EAT AND DIED FIVE DAYS LATER SNOWSTORM FORCED PLANE DOWN TWO MONTHS AGO TODAY Y T Dec 11 in the hands of the Wagner Demoncrat or New York Burke plane a snowstorm after leaving state banking department appeared m the Senate he Post October 11 for Atlin They doubled Loping to reach Wolf down by murky weather on the Liard River this The action was this morning after a flurry of withdrawals day The bank has 59 bracches and specialized in small deposits The bank was not connected with Wall street September statements showed re- j sources of and deposits Of It is understood de- posits have neen considerably re- since then controlling the effect of slack They again the same day but were cf the most clearly legible forced to return The pontoons were damaged expressions la election returns
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