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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 60! MILLION DOLLAR FUND CREATED BYJ SENATE FOR DROUGHT RELIEF AP-! PROVE BILL FOR PURCHASE SITE FORJ V EC T COAST DIRIGIBLE BASE. I WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. The Senate relief fcili to debate the emergency unemployment and the interstate commerce committee considered the nominations of new federal powei1 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 -agricultural committee considered the Cap- per-bill to distribute bushels of wheat for While the House debated the interior depart- ment appropriation bill the appropriations commit- tee. prepared to slash -the Senate's drought relief measure. The naval committee is considering the build- 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 bill to expedite federal construction. A bill to -purchase 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 bill might affect wheat pric- 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 Sta- tes not connected with the gov- LONG TREK INDICTMENT TION PRESENTED TO SENATE j BY WAGNER OF NEW YORKJ IN DEMANDING LEGISLATION! (By Press) WASHINGTON, Dec. 11, Legis- lation to prevent further unemploy-' ment was demanded by Senator! BURKE SO WEAK WHEN KADING SHOT CARI- BOU THAT HE WAS UNABLE TO EAT AND DIED FIVE DAYS LATER SNOWSTORM FORCED PLANE DOWN TWO MONTHS AGO TODAY. WHITEHGIiSE, Y. T., Dec. 11. emment-is in the hands of the Wagner (Demoncrat) or New York. Burke plane enccwitered a snowstorm after leaving state banking department appeared m adch-essing the Senate he cnt-! Llard 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 yester- 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- duced since then. controlling the effect of slack They took-off again the same day but were cf the most clearly legible forced to return. The pontoons were damaged expressions la election returns lj 1 Ij1MI jii '.TV ITALIAN BOXER GIVEN DE- CISION OVER FORCES FIGHT FEOM FIFTH ROUND TO END (By Associated Press) CLEVELAND, Dec. 11, Eddie Shea, rough and ready Italian youngster from Chicago, bounded :nto the front ranks of feather- weight challengers last night when he was.awarded a 10-round decision over Fidel La Barba of Los Angeles. The decision was unpopular with ans but Shea carried the fight to La Barfaa from.the fifth round on. (By Associated Press) PARIS, Dec. 11, Theodore Steeg, Radical-Socialist, was called to form a cabinet by President Doumergue to replace that of Tardieu, which resigned a week ago. Steeg said he would give a reply soon. Barthou and Laval were block- ed by Radical-Socialists in their at- tempt to form a government and IEENE SCHKOEDEK AND W. GLENN DA CUE TO BE ELEC- TROCUTED CN JANUARY 12 OF NEXT YEAR the two men with slimbulants and j or-. a 40 cent annual basis. the four set out for Wasson's plane, i in expectation of this move, stoct: they camped Tuesday night. of the bis Juneau mine has been Ths party reached here yesterday. iis own and ever: rising in Martin is in good condition ex- face of .a falling- market. TiU' cept for exhaustion caused fay lack Lock Tuesday touched a new high- er focd and two slightly frozen toes. for the year of S7 per share. It fell Hading suffered a frost bitten hand, i to per share and remained a: (By Associated Press) HARISBUHG, Pa., Dec. 11, January 12, 1931, was set by Gover- nor Fisher as the date of execution of W. Glenn Dague and Irene Schrceder in the electric chair for the slaying of Brady Paul, state po- liceman, near New Castle on Decem- ber 7, 1929. The only food the party had was what they could shoot and the hunt- ing was poor. Formerly Lived Here "Three-fingered Bob" Martin K well known to Interior oldtimers. Ke lived here in the early days o. the Fairbanks camp, at one time op- erating a saloon at Cleary. He was at Rampart before Fairbanks was dis- covered. Poincare health. refused because of poor FEWER TEXAS TURKEYS AUSTIN, Tex., (ff) Despite a heavy reduction in hatching of turkeys in Texas, the 1930 output will be only 8 per cent under the 1929 production. CORN WITHSTANDS WIND AMES, Iowa, Studying hea- vy wind damage, corn breeders have found th.it cresses of inbred strains were not even leaning while in adjoining rows of ordinary corn as much as to 60 per cent had besn Kowi, down. The minimum expense of a law student for one year averages a survey by the bureau of education shows. The patent received m ;h.n applications for pa tenU 121 10 GETS SOOZE IN PEN BUT PRICE HIGHER VANCOUVER, Wash., Dec. 11, Prohibition is a joke, even behind the bars of the state penitentiary, declared Schneider, who arrived in Vancouver Tuesday after serving 3 year in Walla Walla for moonshin- "There's no trouble getting liquor in the Schneider said. 'It costs more, that's all. you ;an get good liquor outside for tuao i_gui'ti today, while many other stocks were suffering much mon. severe losses. Fronts of the mine, which have continued without interruption lor niany months, have applied to pay- ing off the bonded and it is sud this mil bs wiped out by the first of the year. The October surplus was EL PASO, Texas, Dec. 11, Sa- lute guns boomed at intervals at Fort Eliss in honor of Major Gen- eral George Earnhardt, 62 years commanding officer of the post, wfac-- died last night from blood poison- ing. A round of golf Friday is be- lieved to have aggravated a toe In- fection, federal government annually purchases approximately pint, it costs a pint worih of tires and tubes.
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